posted on Jul, 3 2007 @ 08:16 PM
Originally posted by Lexion
Originally posted by Evasius
or it could be an ARV (alien reproduction vehicle) that's lost control.
I'm sorry, but I've got to ask.
Where did you hear of an Alien Reproduction Vehicle ?
Believe it or not, I ask out of curiosity, not sarcasm.
Thanks in advance,
Steven Greer and the Disclosure Project. It refers to a man-made craft created by reverse engineering a captured or crashed alien vehicle. Supposedly
the government has had these for years, and if this is true they do need to test them. And most assuredly, accidents will happen, especially when
testing a technology you could have never thought up in the first place.
A man named David Adair was interviewed on Coast to Coast and in this interview he gives his account of seeing an actual propulsion system (search
David Adair on youtube and look for parts 9 & 10 of the interview - posted by username theduderinok
) better yet, here are the links:
Regarding the craft pulling up before the first impact (it was under some control) and not exploding until second and much less violent impact, David
Adair in part 10 at around 1:50 refers to what's called a "Symbiotic Engine." This is an engine that is controlled by the mental energy of the
pilot. The pilot has to tap into this system in some way with an interface and must remain focused to maintain control of the craft. Imagine what
would happen if you're testing this thing & you lose focus. Then imagine what would happen if you're injured from the initial impact after losing
that mental control - the pilot might be rendered unconscious, mental control of the craft would be released, and thus the structural integrity of the
craft would be greatly weakened allowing it to explode.
I know this video has been around awhile. The problem is, everyone is looking at this as being an alien crash landing in some desert which just
happened to be caught on tape. Not the case at all. It's a video from a test of our take on alien technology. This footage was originally given to
Jaime Maussan in the hope that it would be interpreted for what it is, showing that we have the technology - technology not man-made but recreated
from having studied it for decades prior. It's laughable that people still call this a missile test ten years on, given the info that's been made
available during the last 6 years or so.
By now they have probably perfected this and have entire fleets of these things at their disposal - your tax dollars at work to fund this, one of
, black budget projects.
[edit on 3/7/07 by Evasius]