We have all heard of government and military officials steadfastly deny any paranormal-related investigations or coverups. Perhaps they are telling
the truth as much as they know of it. I assembled a list of quotes from famous people at => www.stealthskater.com...
Look at what Ed Mitchell said in implying today's government may honestly not know much more than the public if important documents were destroyed
decades ago after determining the "threat" was benign and too advanced to pursue. Futher down in this document, Katchem says that UFOs were
cluttering up SAGE radar screens so much in the 60's that special filters were built into the circuitry to keep them from appearing on the scopes.
It had already been determined 'they' were not a potential enemy; and the military only wanted to scan for conventional (e.g., Soviet) threats. So
a subsequent new radar operator could truthfully say he/she had never seen a UFO on their scopes.
The descriptions I've read about retrieved UFO craft fall into two general categories. One describes a craft that isn't anything extraordinary
and uses huge capacitors to ionize the air to create a temporary vacuum for electrogravitic flight. The other is so advanced that it is beyond
anything that our best scientific minds can contemplate. A statement like this was made by former Skunk Works' engineer/president Ben Rich (and is
repeated in the above document).
Clark McClelland reported ( www.stargate-chronicles.com...
) an exchange with Wernher von Braun in which the latter
admitted to a brief examination of the Roswell wreckage and said the hull's skin appeared to be more "organic/biological" than metal. Corso made a
similar coment about the ship seemed to be some sort of "mental extension" of the crew. At first I thought he meant it was navigated by such
"mental extension" (e.g., 'thought control' such as in the Clint Eastwood movie "FireFox"). Maybe not. The Montauk Project's Preston Nichols
(admittedly an object of current public discredition) talked about these craft generating an "artifical reality" on the inside to "create" more
physical volume than was actually there (reminds me of a StarTrek-like "holodeck" ; see #4 in the 'Green section' at the bottom of
). I recall reading where a member of one of the recovery teams (Project Pounce) said he would "would
rather taken a rocketship to hell than to go back inside that thing."
The hopelessly "large gap" beween this alien science and our's was also made in separate statements by Wilbert Smith and Steve Wilson in the
aforementioned "Quotes_1" document. I know our leading physicists have made great strides incorporating new superstring and M-string theories that
postulate "extra" dimensions which may allow "wormhole-like" quantum tunneling for interstellar travel or be "home" to all forms of
"consciousness" in the universe/Multiverse. I keep asking myself what 'science' could be so magic-like that it confounds our brightest minds? I
mean, we have some really SMART people in the physics world today.
I just wonder if it has more to do with some new physics involving "thought" or consciousness, perhaps even making thought forms take on
physical existence as in the mythical Montauk Project or as Col. Bearden claims might be possible at #14 on
. This would be as radical a concept to even today's 11-dimensional physics as radioactivity was in
Madam Curie's time. If true, then I can readily see why it would stump our brightest (albeit conventionally-trained) minds to the point of utter
bewilderment. Outside of a few pioneering efforts (such as Dr. Sarfatti's post-Quantum physics), I have yet to see much public mathematical
development concerning consciousness. Although I have run across an example of someone's investigation on the "Effects of Hyperspace on Human
Consciousness" ( #7 in the 'Green section' at the bottom of www.stealthskater.com...
The Bentwaters and Puerto Rico reports of UFOs "exploding" or "combining" into entirely different objects continue to haunt me. More than
mere "morphing", as multiple objects were created from just one. I used to think they tunneled into some "extra" dimension and others came out to
take their place. But I'm not so sure anymore if they are somehow "organic" or consciously-manipulated "thought-into-matter". Just because our
science doesn't understand how such a thing could be possible doesn't mean some advanced substance could not be "psycho-active" (for lack of a
better term). The only "proof" I offer to this postulation is the same statement repeated many times by world-class researchers about an
"impossible-to-comprehend alien science". I'm just grasping at straws here -- who am I to offer a solution to what confounds the sum total of all
Earthly science -- and bringing it to the readers' attention for discussion.