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American intelligence recognized the potential to use UFO tales as cover stories for their real-world activities as far back as the early 1950s, when CIA Director W.B. Smith noted the utility of flying saucer sightings for psychological and counterintelligence operations.….
In 1972, the U.S. Navy submersible Trieste II recovered a valuable object from the depths of the Pacific Ocean.
Based upon his research into the Glomar Explorer recovery operation… the object recovered by the Trieste II had been stored in an on-deck refrigeration unit and placed under manned guard-- had bodies been recovered? And what, exactly, was under guard?
…. UFOlogists suspected, what they found on the ocean floor had arrived from space…..
….. "I don't know who besides the two of you know that Hal, myself, and Rick are working an issue together on Serpo (with the two of you...who are mysteriously missing from the addressee line.) No one else...ever in the entire period has ever sent a note like this linking specifically the three of us.....
Dr. C. Green – SERPO Emails
“…..Other interests in naval subjects have included his [Green’s] work on the Glomar Explorer project”
".... there was no way to accurately determine who might have released the video”.
A few days ago, To The Stars Academy of Arts and Science (TTSA) filed its latest set of documents with the US Securities and Exchange Commission. One of the documents filed, is titled "The Company's Business." Previous editions of "The Company's Business" have provided such information about aspects of TTSA's operations, as Linda Moulton Howe's transfer of "Arts Parts" to TTSA; previously unknown details about SCOUT; and financial aspects of the ADAM Project. What do these latest documents provide, which previous editions have not?
The Entertainment Division
The "Monsters of California" feature film script has been completed and production is scheduled to commence in the Fall of 2020.
The plans for the release of a short film, "Poet Anderson" has been paused to allow for discussions on a full length movie.
Science and Technology Division
* The VAULT contents "...have been viewed over 24 million times."
* Projects still under consideration, are advanced quantum communications; aerospace technology; Beamed Energy Propulsion Launch Systems, and Space-Time Metrics Engineering.
* SCOUT (Signature Collection of UAP Tracker) is scheduled to launch in the summer of 2020, now delayed. Available via the iTunes App store and Google Play, later in 2020.
* ADAM (Acquisition and Data Analysis of Materials) "The next series of scientific analysis on these metamaterials requires access to specialized equipment and our goal is that the tests will be conducted pursuant to the CRADA...the company is unable to estimate the scope, timeline, and cost of such efforts."
originally posted by: KansasGirl
a reply to: mirageman
....Did/does MUFON have any recourse for Bigelow bugging out on their contract? ..... Did MUFON attempt any legal measures to get the rest of the money from Bigelow...
Remember when Bigelow had that big interview on 60 Minutes or 20/20 or whichever Sunday night news show? Maybe 5-8 years ago, with the blonde chic “reporter?” He said “ET is here.” And they showed some big bouncy-house “pod” he was creating for space. Anyway, I guess that PR was prepping the dumb masses for the TTSA launch a few years later.
By befriending a retired punk rock singer and making reality TV together they would grease the wheels of Congress and also warn the rest of the free world.
But many of those who still believe will be believing in another year and then another decade. Long after TTSA has vanished with the money. Waiting for the US government to disclose. American ufology got lazy the day it decided to take that path. Even though it was being manipulated long before the likes of Bob Bigelow and TTSA arrived.
originally posted by: mirageman
You could probably write a book about it all.