UFO sightings and the case for manmade technologies

Posted: January 26, 2015 in Antigravity Propulson, Underground Knowledge
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There’s no denying the Roswell event (the documented 1947 crash landing of a mystery craft in New Mexico) unearthed some convincing evidence and very credible eye witnesses, and there have been innumerable reported UFO sightings from around the world since that incident.

This wasn't Photoshopped at all... *shifty eyes*

One of innumerable UFO sightings…source/authenticity unknown.

A likely explanation for those sightings in and around Area 51 air space (that recently declassified US military zone in the Nevada desert) in particular is that they are in fact manmade machines – such as the once-secret U-2 spy plane – primarily originating in the Cold War in which America was a willing participant.

We expand on this in our new release book ANTIGRAVITY PROPULSION: Human or Alien Technologies?

An excerpt from the book follows:

Since the U-2’s development and subsequent unveiling, the public have become familiar with other cutting-edge aviation developments – such as the Stealth Bomber.

But what else out there is manmade?

Rumors of government-sponsored craft capable of traveling at unearthly speeds and resembling flying saucers have been around since World War Two. That includes the legendary Nazi foo fighter flying saucers, which scores of Allied pilots reported witnessing in-flight.

Given the many thousands of UFO reports logged around the world every year, such rumors shouldn’t be dismissed too lightly. Certainly, manmade craft would be a more logical explanation for UFO sightings than alien craft. Not because it’s unlikely there’s life beyond our planet. Rather, because it could be argued it’s unlikely other beings have discovered our little corner of the universe just yet.

This thinking suggests the odds of the Earth being discovered are astronomical given the size of our Universe. It’s a rather large 28 billion light-years in diameter, according to scientists, although that doesn’t take into account the Universe’s expansion since this book underwent its final proofing.

Furthermore, if there’s one thing our research has taught us, it is that it’s naïve to believe the latest technology in the public domain is truly the latest. There are numerous examples of products or technology being introduced as new, or cutting-edge, whereas they had already been secretly used – for years or decades in many cases – by the military or by certain government agencies, or both. The Internet was one such case, first being used for a number of years by the military before eventually being released to the public.

If we can accept that, we should be able to accept that there are new technologies, both in development and in existence right now, the average person couldn’t even begin to imagine.

This idea of futuristic science existing in the present as classified science is likely to be as true in earlier eras as it is today. Earlier eras that include the post-WW2 period of Roswell, according to many UFO researchers.

 

“I heard you had reports this morning of an unidentified aircraft. Don’t worry it was just me.” –George W. Bush speaking to the Military Academy in Roswell, New Mexico, January 22, 2004

 

Researchers like Colonel Philip J. Corso, whose 1997 book The Day After Roswell does, in places, present convincing evidence to support the theory that antigravitational propulsion systems and related technologies could be manmade.

In fact, Colonel Corso is not so much a researcher but a Roswell insider who claims to have handled all the wreckage from the incident’s crash site. Corso was a member of President Eisenhower’s National Security Council and former head of the Foreign Technology Desk at the US Army’s Research and Development department.

Philip J. Corso ( right) receives the Bronze Star in Rome, 1945.

“As early as September 1947,” the book states, “scientists who had gone to the Air Materiel Command at Wright Field to see the debris were speculating that the electronic potential of the Roswell craft reminded them of the German and British antigravity experiments of the 1920s and 1930s.”

If the 1947 flying saucer crash debris stored at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base was strikingly reminiscent of earlier scientific theories, experiments or inventions, then it only seems logical to conclude that whatever the strange technology was at Roswell it did not come from some far away galaxy. Rather, the more plausible assumption would appear to be that the craft was entirely a product of Earthbound science, but classified science not known of by the general public.

Colonel Corso continues, “General Twining was reported to have said more than once that the name of the Serbian electrical engineer and inventor of alternating current, Nikola Tesla, kept bubbling up in the conversation because the scientists examining the damaged craft described the way it must have converted an electromagnetic field into an antigravity field. And, of course, the craft itself reminded them of the German experimental fighter aircraft that made their appearance near the end of the war but that had been in development ever since the 1930s.”

Some pertinent observations were made about the The Day After Roswell by UFO researcher Michael Lindemann in an article he wrote for CNI News.

“In the course of describing his handling of the wreckage,” Lindemann writes, “Corso makes numerous interesting side comments. For example, he says he soon realized that a small hand-held laser he found in the filing cabinet must be a surgical cutting instrument, which was probably used in cattle mutilations. He also says he learned that the Roswell UFO was “a delta-shaped object,” a claim that fits recent speculations by Roswell researchers Randle and Schmitt and forensic investigator William McDonald.”

Colonel Corso also mentions in his book other pre-WW2 experiments that allude to the potential of ordinary human science being capable of creating UFO-type crafts.

“If the magnetic field theory experiments carried out by engineers and electrical energy pioneers Paul Biefeld and Townsend Brown in the 1920s at the California Institute for Advanced Studies were accurately reported – and the U.S. military as well as scientific record keepers at the Bureau of Investigation kept very close tabs on what these engineers were doing – then the technological theory for antigravity flight existed before World War II.”

Colonel Corso continues, “In fact, prototypes for vertical takeoff and landing disk shaped aircraft had been on the drawing boards at the California Institute since before the war. It was just that in the United States nobody paid them much attention. The Germans did develop and had flown flying disks, or so the intelligence reports read, even though they had no impact on the outcome of the war other than stimulating a race between the United States and the USSR to gather as much of the German technology as possible.”

Many researchers, historians and scientists alike have postulated that the Nazis successfully developed antigravity technologies during or even before WW2 – and as per Corso’s aforementioned statements, US intelligence reports confirm this.

A purported Nazi spacecraft on its maiden flight in August 1939.

As Nick Cook mentions in his 2007 non-fiction title The Hunt for Zero Point: Inside the Classified World of Antigravity Technology, there seems to be ample evidence to show flying saucer technology was indeed developed by the Nazis during the war. In his book, Cook mentions Polish researcher Igor Witkowski, who apparently discovered evidence of a secret Nazi antigravity project.

Witkowski informed Cook of a strange Nazi experiment known simply as The Bell. And, in The Hunt for Zero Point, Cook informs readers about Witkowski’s discoveries.

“A series of experiments had taken place in a mine in a valley close to the Czech frontier,” according to Cook. “The experiments required large doses of electricity fed via thick cabling into a chamber hundreds of meters belowground. In this chamber, a bell-shaped device comprising two contra-rotating cylinders filled with mercury, or something like it, had emitted a strange pale blue light … A number of scientists who had been exposed to the device during these experiments suffered terrible side effects; five were said to have died as a result. Word had it that the tests sought to investigate some kind of anti-gravitational effect.”

In other words, the Nazis were deep into developing antigravity propulsion systems aka flying saucers aka UFO’s! And if the Nazis had such technologies, then the Allies (especially the United States) could have gained possession and control of them at the end of WW2 and begun developing antigravity flying machines in their own militaries.

It also appears there may once again exist a possible connection with Japan in regards to these technologies. Japanese scientist Dr. Takaaki Musha informed us of an interrelated UFO account during our research. The story concerns Dr. Musha’s father, Haruo Musha (1924-2011).

“My father, Haruo, who was a military officer at the time of World War Two, told me that he was ordered to be trained in Manchukuo (the wartime Japanese-occupied Manchuria in Northern China) to become the pilot of a super advanced fighter plane delivered from Germany with other advanced technologies such as the atomic bomb. The Japanese Imperial Army had secret facilities there and developed weapons including advanced fighters.”

Dr. Musha continues, “General Kanji Ishiwara, who established Manchukuo, had a plan to develop an advanced fighter which would be able to fly at high speed around the world without refueling. He wanted to prepare for the last war with the United States in Manchukuo.

Kanji Ishiwara…ambitious flight plans.

“As a younger man, Ishiwara had studied in Germany and it is possible he connected with the Nazis at some point in his career and learnt about their antigravity technologies in active development.”

It seems there could be some kind of connecting thread between the Nazis, the Japanese and the Roswell UFO crash.

To our way of thinking, when early-mid 20th Century science is analyzed in its totality, it will be obvious that science of that era had already evolved to the point where sophisticated antigravity UFO technologies could be built by Man. Obvious clues to support that assertion include the classified antigravity experiments conducted by the Nazis, British and Americans, and semi-secret (since classified) scientific experiments like those of Nikola Tesla’s.

 

“We already have the means to travel among the stars, but these technologies are locked up in black projects, and it would take an act of God to ever get them out to benefit humanity. Anything you can imagine, we already know how to do.” –Ben Rich, former senior engineer in Lockheed Martin and former Director of Lockheed’s advanced aerospace technology division Skunk Works.

 

To check out ANTIGRAVITY PROPULSION: Human or Alien Technologies? go to – http://www.amazon.com/ANTIGRAVITY-PROPULSION-Technologies-Underground-Knowledge-ebook/dp/B00RSF22SI/

 

 

To view the discussion thread on antigravity propulsion (the phenomenon) in our ‘Underground Knowledge’ group on Goodreads check out: https://www.goodreads.com/group/show/142309-29-conspiracy-theories—a-discussion-group >>> Everyone’s welcome!

 

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Comments
  1. misfit120 says:

    But…….what about the local people who viewed the Roswell site and described aliens beings?

    • lancemorcan says:

      Yep, we have posted about that indepth and that presents a very valid case for ETs (but not conclusive). There are sooo many counter theories that we thought it right to do a post that supported the manmade non-ET theory surrounding the technologies.

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