Source: Don Robertson (GBR262@aol.com)
Over the last few years there have been an increasing
amount of reports of antigravitic craft developed with Black Project
money (since the Roswell crash in 1947) by extraconstitutional groups
run by the industrial/military complex. In November I wrote an article
about a piece in Popular Mechanics magazine about a disc-shaped, space-capable
bomber: the Lenticular Reentry Vehicle, (LRV). In recent years Boylan
and his sources have made reference to several anti-gravitional craft:
Lockheed's X-22 two-man disc, and the triangular TR3B produced by
Lockheed-Martin, and a large space craft named "Nautilus",
produced by Boeing and the European Union's Airbus Industries.
Dr. Steven Greer, the head of CSETI, also makes reference
to secret, Black Projects, using back-engineered
alien technology, to make the public believe UFOs are real, and also
foster the idea that the ETs are "evil" beings. He claims
these extra-constitutional groups are behind what many claim to be
ET abductions and cattle mutilations, to further the cover-up. Greer
mentions such programs in his book Extraterrestrial Contact, a very
good read. CSETI believes the ETs are peaceful beings here doing research.
"These beings have bases within this solar system", Greer
says in his book, "and may maintain temporary bases on Earth,
particularly under water." Those claims are based on work CSETI
does quietly in the field interacting with alien craft. This reporter
has seen video tape of such an encounter filmed in the Santa Monica
mountains. It was very impressive.
Does the US, along with international partners have
the capability to go to the Moon, or Mars?
The Roswell UFO crash happened fifty-three years
ago. "Far from digging an ET vehicle out of the sand, we're now
flying now flying our own anti-gravity copies thereof; crude but but
effective copies," Dr. Boylan stresses. "Far from wishing
someday we could go out into space where those vehicles come from,
we've not only been out there with reconnaissance vehicles, but secretly,
with advanced astronaut teams to the Moon, Mars, and perhaps, beyond."
I wish I could prove this is true. I can't. I do think we have the capability. I do know Greer's book, and conversation's with Richard Boylan sure have made me think about it. I hope you will too.
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