My, oh, my.
After being drafted into the Vietnam conflict, I initially went through a year of electronics, communications, intelligence, and cryptological
OOOOk. I don't know how AF does it...some of you USAF guys chime in. Army would put you through the school(s) relevant for your MOS, but the first
thing you'd do would be to go through basic and whatever out-of-basic MOS that would relate, for infantry it would be AIT, for example. That would
eat up some time...and does AF really do such a mixed up MOS? Electronics, comm, intel and crypto? In what would probably be half a year if you factor
in basic, your first MOS school and whatever your first post is, you'd be an airman, right? Like a PFC? Do you put PFC's through that many schools
in their first year? Any one of those would take more than a year, much less could you do all four on top of your first school and posting.
Even if you assume he's being loose with his wording, and 'after being drafted' means 'after boot and my first school and assignment', doing all
four in a year? And it's still not focused enough, most guys would do ONE of those, unless AF is real different than I think. There are some Army
comm related MOSs with electronics, comm and crypto but they're specialty and you had to be an E5 to open at that time. Even now, it's 28 months for
that one after you get past a couple of other gating functions. I call shenanigans right off the bat for this statement.
And it's not like he had a physics degree or something going in, right? He was a machinist, so you couldn't say he had a comm theory EE degree and
got waived through the training somehow.
During the years 1967-1974, I was stationed or worked at many Tactical Air Command, Air Training Command, and Pacific Air Command Air Forces
bases. During the Vietnam conflict, I assigned to special projects at Kadena AFB Okinawa; Udorn AFB Thailand; Ben Hoi AFB Vietnam, and spent anywhere
from a day to a month at many other South East Asian military bases.
Uh, again, any AF guys...this is seven years. The first year, if he is to be believed, he did basic and four specialty schools. That leaves six years
for being posted at TAC, ATC, and PAC. But also special projects at "many others". Do you guys really do 'special projects' with one day TDY's?
You couldn't draw housing that fast. This guy is a fast mover. I've seen them fly people from one base to the next on training gigs but this guy is
completing projects in A DAY. Dayem! How DOES he do the paperwork that fast?
That was his cover, but he really worked for the NSA. His job required him to ‘watch employees’ with Top Secret and "Q" clearances at the
Nevada Test Site and the Nellis Range which includes Area 51.
Two things, I'm surprised you have 'employees' with just TS at Nellis Range. I can imagine having military personnel with TS but any contractor
that's there will most likely have SCI+lifestyles. At least scopes. The point of having an isolated test site is that you can segregate up projects,
isolate the workers, and keep the public out. That is, every bit of it, a butt pain for all. The guys that know the project's technical bits you do
NOT want fraternizing cross projects; the ones that don't understand the technical bits can have TS, like the security guys (no offense).
For lesser projects that are just TS, there are other less expensive, less restrictive and less painful sites at which to test.
Second, the "Q" clearance. That's not a generic term for secret clearance. It's DOE's equivalent to a TS-scope. You only need Q at a base that is
running a DOE project, and then only when certain types of nuclear materials, typically live nuclear weapons, are involved. We know they don't test
nukes there. Now, that doesn't mean nukes aren't out there, there are some at several Army bases and test facilities that I know of, but DOE
doesn't have Q clearance folks there. Moreover, it's not like you had a scientist or engineer that had HAD a Q leave a DOE project and go there,
because they tend to suspend Q's when you aren't actively using them. It's not like a driver's license. If you worked at LANL with a Q, and left
to do a temp assignment at some Nellis-like facility, your Q would most likely be downgraded until you needed it again.
Next, the real brainiacs that are doing development have Sigma 15's, not Q's. You have a Q when you work on some aspects of it, but are not a
developer. I would assume you'd have developers or megawonks there if you're doing some sort of nuclear work that required you to be at the range,
so why have a Q guy?
I do know that in the time frame he's discussing there were some projects at Nellis that used isotopes but other than accountability, I don't know
why DOE would have been involved. That was a Lockheed issue, they had a license for the application.
I'm guessing he tossed in this "Q" thing because he didn't think you'd know what it was.
Sal, was a person who had worked directly for the NSA with Electronic Intelligence (E lent)
Um, that's "ELINT". Weren't you in the super sekret krypto klub? No one would write it that way.
I undertook this trip to do research for the Alien Rapture, which included a meeting with five close friends who had agreed to release
confidential information to me, and discuss their closely guarded personal experiences. I also interviewed other contacts who had worked classified
programs or flown classified military aircraft to gather information about UFO sightings and contact.
The first hint of any of this, and they'd have gotten your phone records, tracked down everyone you'd contacted, and had their way with you all.
I've posted the relevant law you signed up for (if you did) on other threads. It includes the death penalty without trial by jury for exposing this
class of intelligence to the public.
Has Anyone Ever Heard of the super strong foil like Material recovered after the Roswell Crash?
Always got to hum in Roswell or Tesla in order to make a story like this play to the crowd.
The plasma was cooled to super-conductive temperatures, rotated at 45 thousand revolutions per minute, and pressurized at 150 thousand
This doesn't make sense in so many ways. First, yes, mercury in its solid form can be chilled until it becomes a superconductor, but it's one of
those that's not a GREAT superconductor, and you have to get it really really cold, like 4 degrees K. Plasmas conduct, but it's because the
electrons and ions are free to move in an E field, sort of like the way a gassy vacuum tube conducts, or a fluorescent light. That's not
Superconductors don't conduct like that. Superconductivity is a bulk phenomenon. It has to do with the behavior of the electron 'fluid' in a
conductor like a wire.
Next, the degree of ionization of a plasma depends on the temperature of the plasma. If it's supercooled, it ain't a plasma anymore.
Then you have to rotate it at 45,000 RPM? Ok, and how do you get that to happen? In order to move it at that speed, you'll have to add energy in the
form of pump losses, but you're also trying to keep the stuff at 4K, wow, sort of a difficult time.
It sounds good, but it's wrong. He's tossing out a lot of technical mumbo-jumbo. I thought about telling you something here but I've rewritten it
about six times and gave up. Anyways, some words are used as codes for other materials, mercury is occasionally used to mean something else. At one
time long ago Los Alamos used the term, sort of, to mean Lithium-6 Deuteride, if you were discussing it in public.
I noticed while inside the bay checking out the wiring, that it contained a sealed unit about the size of a large brief-case. It had a National
Security Agency ID Plate on it.
Ur, that wouldn't be that surprising. Almost any military encryption gear today has parts in it that were designed by NSA, even if it's not
To my amazement, there were some half-dozen large hybrid integrated circuit chips inside.
Wrong. Hybrids are not integrated circuits. Hybrids are made out of integrated circuits.
The largest chip had over 500 hair-thin leads attached and was approximately the size of a Zippo lighter. The paper inspection stamp on the
chip was dated 1975.
Again, not right. This thing with 500 hair thin leads attached...you'd never see that. Inside the chip's packaging, there are bond wires that run
from the die (NOT a hybrid..) down to the package lead frame, from there to pins. The package itself is covered or encapsulated. The "hair thin
wires" would be inside this, and not visible. No purpose would be served to expose them, they're fragile and easily ruined, and to leave them
hanging out would prevent attachment of a heat sink.
During this period of time, there were sort of "processor kits", if you will, where the processor was built out of multiple chips. The phrase at
that time was "bit slice processors". You assembled as many as you needed to get the word widths you wanted. They DID look sort of like this, at
least the hot-shot military ones, they were on white ceramic and looked like a hybrid, which at the time were also on that same white alumina stuff.
And you WOULD use bit slice parts on a number crunching task like crypto.
My guess, he saw a custom built encryption engine made out of those military bit slice processors that were pretty hot stuff at the time. Or someone
described it to him, he didn't remember/misunderstood/embellished it until he ended up here.
In 1975 the most advanced processor speeds, on the most classified projects were equivalent to a IBM 8088 which ran at 4 million cycles per
seconds. This unit had a processor speed of 1 billion cycles per second. It wasn’t until more than a dozen years had passed before I saw comparable
technology with integrated circuit chips.
Bull puckey. How did he know it "had a processor speed of 1 billion cycles per second"? They don't come with speedometers, and it's not like he
could run benchmarks on some piece of NSA crypto gear. He's making it up, or someone told him a "this ain't no s--t" story. That would be pretty
much SOP, too.
I heard words like Lorents Forces, pulse detonation, cyclotron radiation, quantum flux transduction field generators, quasi crystal energy
lens, and EPR quantum receivers.
Isn't the punch line for this "and 17 other Japanese words!"?
Two, maybe three of these terms might have been on people's lips in 1975, but you'd have to have gotten AF and Navy at the same table, and only
maybe one would have been proper discussion at a flight test facility. I guess it might be possible they were discussing other classified projects
that they weren't working on there but it would be atypical.
I wrote down everything I saw, heard, and touched in my log every night before going to bed.
Whoop! Whoop! BS alert! Ok, this guy is supposed to be Mr Lifer in crypto and intel right? We would have been castrated for keeping written logs.
Keeping a diary is a number-one violation, grounds for the Captain removing your nads with a spork. That may be looser now but then it was a Big Hairy
Deal and a major infraction. Actually, I bet it's still a Big Hairy Deal.
The Hillary platform, the Avro saucer, and the Northrup wings were aerospace vehicles, where advance technology was developed and
Each emulated some characteristic of UFOs as described by the late Dr. Paul Hill. Hill was a NASA UFO investigator who talks about the UFO’s
technology in his book Unconventional Flying Objects.
Lockheed's Advanced Developmental Projects Division, known as the "Skunk Works," developed the A-12 for the CIA, and a later version called
the SR-71 for the USAF in the early 60s. Thirty years later, the SR-71 was still breaking world speed records.
True. And bees smell fear.
There are new Rumors that we’ve placed two new vehicles in permanent orbit. One of these is the Space Orbital Nuclear - Service Intercept
Vehicle (SON-SIV). It is code named Locust. The SR-74 and the TR-3B can deliver spares replacement units or SRUs, service fuels, fluids, and chemicals
to the SON-SIV.
Then, the robotic SON-SIV uses these deliverables to service, calibrate, repair and replace parts on the newer NSA, CIA, & NRO satellites, which are
built to be maintained in space.
Oi. Actually, in this section something is true and something is not. Someone needs to be in trouble.
The TR-3B vehicle’s outer coating is reactive to electrical
Radar stimulation and can change reflectivity, radar absorptivity,
and color. This polymer skin, when used in conjunction with the TR-3Bs Electronic Counter Measures and, ECCM, can make the vehicle look like a small
aircraft, or a flying cylinder--or even trick radar receivers into falsely detecting a variety of aircraft, no aircraft, or several aircraft at
Another one of those things wherein he's got bits of real and bits of not. I get the impression he's got someone telling him stuff he's either
extending into what he wants to be true, or he's not understanding it and making up bits to fill in.
Sandia and Livermore laboratories developed the reverse engineered MFD technology. The government will go to any lengths to protect this
So, if they'll go to any lengths, why are you able to tell the story?
At Groom Lake their have been whispered Rumors of a new element that acts as a catalyst to the plasma.
At Bedlam Manor, there are whispered rumors that you don't know what a catalyst is, nor a plasma.
According to Jerald’s account, the technology developed at Papoose far exceeded any known within the world scientific community. Technology
that we can assuredly assume was developed, from reverse engineering of recovered alien artifacts.
So by saying you can assume, you don't know. Why not assume that there were some real breakthroughs some time back, but no way to implement them
physically until some time, we'll say the late 60s?
Before Jerald died, we had a long conversation. He was sure he had documentation that would prove the existence of the MJ-12 committee and our
using crashed alien vehicles to reverse engineer their technology.
The dog ate my homework...a common enough tale.
The complete documents are attached to Brad Steiger’s and my book, Alien Rapture - The Chosen.
Which, of course, this entire screed is geared to sell.