posted on Mar, 25 2005 @ 03:35 PM
Here's a more likely spot for black triangle craft, the TR-3B is what Edgar Rothschild Fouche calls them (he worked on them). Fouche says they're
hangared at the DARC facility, the ten story underground base next to Papoose Dry Lake on Nellis Air Force base--they're in a hangar built into the
side of the mountain (Bob Lazar first exposed this site). Also look at Beale Air Force base, near Marysville CA, just north of Sacramento. The X-22A,
an "antigravity" two person flying orb, is based there, says Richard Boylan and his sources. Also look at the new Space Command located 70 miles
southeast of Salt Lake City, in Utah--in the Wasatch mountains. Boylan's sources say that some of the craft from the DARC site were transferred to
the new Space Command site, to spread them out. They appear to land in England, at times and they probably go at night to other bases. But, if the
TR-3B is really 600 feet long on each side, it would take a huge hangar. It's not as advanced as you might think. It isn't capable of travel to a
distant star. We're still the scum of the universe, not able to go far, because we have a garbage regime of narco dealing privateers, at present.
Until we get rid of the worst, we aren't going anywhere, it seems.
Re: Fouche--why is he the first to be able to talk about the TR-3B and more, without being killed? Could it be that he's a Rothschild, from one of
those self-dealing money families that has kept this all secret, but is now trying to open up just in time to let the direct "federation" operatives
in our ranks capitulate to alien basing here? Fouche's book Alien Rapture features a Fouche-like protagonist who is "the chosen one," who brings
the aliens down to "rescue" humans. Very strange. It's Edgar Rothschild Fouche, again. He makes no mention of his family's money background.
That's a weird omission, isn't it? If my name was George "Du Pont" Lo Buono, wouldn't that seem suspicious?