Are UFOs/Aliens A Cover For A Secret Space Program?
UFOs As A Cover?
The Project Starlight Initiative (PSC)
Anyone familiar with the name Dr Steven Greer will be familiar with the Disclosure project.
The Disclosure project is an organization started by Steven Greer, consisting of compelling testimony from high-level government and military witnesses, which seeks to bring about the safe disclosure of UFOs, advanced extraterrestrial intelligence and zero-point technology, whilst simultaneously opposing the weaponization of space.
What many people familiar with Greer might not know, is that prior to the Disclosure project, Greer had already attempted to push for UFO disclosure back in the 1990s. As part of an initiative called the Project Starlight Coalition (PSC), Greer arranged meetings with military consultants in order to initiate a safe disclosure of what he claimed was an extraterrestrial presence.
As part of the Project Starlight Coalition, CIA Director James Woolsey and Senior Clinton administration officials were initially briefed on the topic with recommendations of ending the secrecy and eventually briefings were arranged for White House officials, members of US Congress and Senior military figures in 1997.
As part of the initiative, NASA officials had come forward to testify to finding 'man-made' structures on the moon, in addition to a moon-base where it appeared that some kind of mining operation may be taking place. It was claimed that NASA regularly airbrush such anomalies out of their images before releasing them to the public.
When asked why the discovery was shrouded in secrecy, the NASA officials claimed that they didn't know how the public would react and that there were also other reasons beyond NASA.
Project Horizon: Moon Base
Perhaps rather coincidentally, perhaps not, official government documents were declassified and released by the National Security Archives in July 2014, which show how the US military were planning to have a functional military base, with twelve soldiers, on the moon by 1966 which was estimated to cost as much as $6 billion.
On 8th June 1959, ten years before man had even stepped on the moon, a report entitled Project Horizon, A U.S. Army Study For The Establishment of a Lunar Military Outpost, was produced for the U.S. Department of the Army. The report had been prepared by a group at the Army Ballistic Missile Agency (ABMA).
According to the proposals for Project Horizon:
"The lunar outpost is required to develop and protect potential United States interests on the moon; to develop techniques in moon-based surveillance of the Earth and space, in communications relay, and in operations on the surface of the moon; to serve as a base for exploration of the moon, for further exploration into space and for military operations on the moon if required; and to support scientific investigations on the moon."
According to Wikipedia, Project Horizon never passed the feasibility stage "in an official capacity" - but what about in an unofficial capacity? The fact is, that NASA claim to have found a base on the moon. The question is, whose base is it and how did they manage to put it there so discreetly?
During the early 1950s, in the years following the infamous alleged UFO crash in Roswell, New Mexico in 1947, the field of electrogravitics started taking the US by storm. Plenty of research was being carried out into electrogravitic technology and the subject was garnering major mainstream media attention. Research into electrogravitics had, however, started as early as the late 1920s and carried on throughout the 1930s.
Then, according to Dr Steven Greer, in 1954 the field of electrogravitics suddenly went black (i.e. covert) and no more was said about it publicly. For this reason, the field of electrogravitics has become popular with UFO enthusiasts and conspiracy theorists who believe that the truth about breakthrough research into the subject has been covered up since 1954.
It has been suggested that the work of inventors such as Thomas Townsend Brown, who began experiments into what he believed to be antigravity in 1921, have been intentionally suppressed. Of course, there is a lot of controversy surrounding the Biefeld-Brown effect. However, rather questionably, the field of electrogravitics does seem to be gaining more traction once again in recent times thanks to scientists such as Thomas F. Valone, who has recently written about electrogravitic and zero-point technology.
Could it be a possibility that there really was breakthrough research into electrogravitics in the 1950s and that the military decided to keep it secret?
And could it be possible that they used this electrogravitic technology to quietly set up base on the moon as part of a secret space program?
After all, sending man to the moon in a rocket in 1969 would be the perfect public relations program to divert attention away from the secret space program and the moon base...
... and we all know about the conspiracy theories about the moon landing. Was it faked? And if it was real, what exactly was it that Neil Armstrong claimed to have witnessed during those two minutes of silence?
Hacking The Pentagon
Gary McKinnon is a UK citizen who used the hacker name, Solo, in what is now known as the biggest military hack of all time, to spend thirteen months hacking into NASA, US Army, US Air Force and Department of Defence computers and was arrested by the UK's National Hi-Tech Crime Unit in 2002.
It was claimed that Gary had caused as much as $70,000 damage to critical system files - Gary, who suffers with Aspergers Syndrome, denied the allegation but admitted to the hacking claiming that he was merely looking for evidence of zero-point (infinite) energy technology, after seeing Dr Steven Greer's Disclosure project testimony.
Gary spent over ten years fighting a legal battle against the US, who wanted to extradite him whereby he would have had to face up to sixty years in a federal US prison. After much campaigning on the grounds of high risk of suicide, Gary became well known within the UFO community and gained a lot of support, including the support of David Gilmour from Pink Floyd and Chrissy Hynde from The Pretenders.
Gary also managed to attain the support of the UK government and home secretary, Theresa May, announced that he would be staying in the UK to face charges.
Gary eventually walked away from court a free man.
During this legal battle, Gary took part in a video interview with Project Camelot, in which he revealed details of what he found during his cyber-expedition; an image of some kind of gigantic spacecraft, with geodesic domes above, below and on the sides, suspended above the Northern hemisphere, which he claims doesn't look Earthly, a list of non-terrestrial (off-world) officers as part of some kind of secret space program and evidence of fleet-to-fleet transfers taking place in space.
Could it be that the secret space program Gary found evidence of is directly related to the alleged secret base on the moon and that antigravity technology has secretly been used to do so? And if so, what are the implications?
It seems that the US government were extremely concerned about what Gary might know.
The Search For Antigravity
Whilst research into electrogravitic antigravity technology may date back to the 1920s, official research into antigravity dates back to the late 1940s and plenty of official research was carried out on throughout the 1950s. Although, in 1921, Thomas Townsend Brown claimed that the research he was working on showed antigravity properties, following experiments and research were carried out by others with no successful results.
Experiments for the US Air Force which appeared to disprove Townsend Brown's antigravity research were not carried out until 1990, then again in 2003 for NASA. However, during the 1990s, not long after Area 51 whistleblower Bob Lazar had come forward to speak about Element 115 (Ununpemtium) claiming it had antigravity properties and was used in the propulsion of UFOs, research into antigravity technology started to gain traction once again.
In 1992, whilst experimenting with superconductors, Eugene Podkletnov claimed to have discovered that a fast rotating superconductor reduces gravitational effects. Once again, further experiments were carried out supposedly with no successful results. Between 1991 to 1993, Ning Li and Douglas Torr claimed to have successfully produced gravitomagnetic and gravitoelectric fields using a time dependent magnetic field. Although they appeared in Popular Mechanics magazine in 1999, no further evidence was offered.
Despite the fact that no further evidence was offered, Douglas Torr was also involved in the development of a 'gravity generator' at the University of South Carolina.
A leaked document originating from the Office of Technology Transfer at the University of South Carolina, which was allegedly confirmed by Charles Platt, a news reporter for Wired, in 1998, the device was capable of creating a 'force beam' in any direction and there were plans to patent the design. After this, no more was said about it publicly.
Another whistleblower who had spoken out about antigravity technology and UFOs in recent times is former Senior Research Engineer for Lockheed Martin, Boyd Bushman. In video interviews, Bushman had demonstrated Lenz Law and had hinted that there may be more to the Hutchison effect than meets the eye. Of course, many people did not believe him.
Bushman also spoke about dark matter and the 'neutrino universe' and claimed that the (Bob) Lazar tapes were real. Experiments carried out by the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and Joint Institute for National Research in Russia in 2004 had confirmed the existence of Lazar's Element 115, whereas researchers at GSI from Lund University in Sweden went on to confirm an island of stability in 2013.
Despite the claims that we still haven't mastered antigravity just yet, UFO sightings are becoming increasingly more abundant and significant, with many of them being captured on video, being corroborated by multiple reliable eyewitnesses and sometimes also being tracked on radar; UFOs which appear to display antigravity properties.
Could it be that antigravity was actually cracked a long time ago and was then used to secretly set up a base on the moon as part of a secret space program, whilst presenting disinformation to the public in the form of the Apollo landings?
And if so, is it possible that all these people coming forward now to speak about antigravity technology are doing so as part of an ongoing disinformation campaign?
Could it also be possible that they are also using allegations of UFOs and aliens as a cover for the secret space program and the moon base?
To quote former CIA Director, William Casey, "We'll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false."
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