Here’s the cover of our soon-to-be released book ANTIGRAVITY PROPULSION: Human or Alien Technologies? by James & Lance Morcan with contributions by leading scientist Dr. Takaaki Musha.
Roswell, that infamous event that occurred near Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947, when a mystery craft crashed on a ranch and debris was recovered, receives a chapter to itself in Antigravity Propulsion.
To give you a sneak preview, here’s some excerpts (abbridged) from the Roswell chapter:
Of all the conspiracy claims surrounding and interrelated with Area 51, one stands out above all others: Roswell.
The Roswell event occurred near Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947, when a mystery craft crashed on a ranch and debris was recovered. That much at least is true. The official explanation – courtesy of the United States Armed Forces – is the debris was the result of a secret US military Air Force surveillance balloon crashing…
…However, it’s the unofficial explanations that most interest us. They obviously interest a lot of others, too: the public at large have been intrigued by the enduring theories the incident spawned – the most prominent being that the mystery craft was in fact a spaceship and that it contained extraterrestrial life…
…In fairness, it should also be noted there are other conspiracy theories about the Roswell incident that have nothing whatsoever to do with aliens or otherworldly technologies.
One such alternative explanation involves Japan and the aftermath of WW2. This report, which apparently has/had many credible witnesses just like the alien body accounts, says that US military personnel did indeed find a crashed UFO with survivors in it.
However, the crucial difference compared to other Roswell reports is that military personnel claimed the survivors were not extraterrestrials but Japanese people.
This seemingly unlikely theory suggests the Japanese had access to their own antigravity propulsion technology – either manmade or extraterrestrial in origin – and that they were attempting to attack the US with advanced flying craft to enact revenge for the atomic destruction of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945.
Whether this story was a result of post war propaganda or paranoia on behalf of US military personnel, or whether the Japanese really did have antigravity propulsion systems of their own and were looking to exact justice, is anybody’s guess.
Many who believe this to be true say that the popular ET conspiracy theories were purposefully leaked to journalists by the US Government to conceal the Japanese attack, and more importantly their exotic technologies, which the military felt needed to be kept hidden from the American public.
There have been several UFO researchers and independent Roswell investigators who have written about this counter theory involving Japan and believe it to be true or at least treat it very seriously.
For example, the 2005 book Body Snatchers in the Desert: The Horrible Truth at the Heart of the Roswell Story by Nick Redfern emphatically states that there were never any dead alien bodies.
“The crash-site discovery of prototype military aircraft would expose a damning secret,” the intriguing book’s synopsis mentions, “a highly confidential, U.S. government-sanctioned program to conduct medical experiments on deformed, handicapped, disfigured, and diseased Japanese POWs, exploited as “expendable” victims by their captors.”
Watch this space for more updates on the pending release of Antigravity Propulsion !!