Originally posted by MAC269
reply to post by desert_eagle
It is obvious that TPTB did not want this out, ie weather balloon which we know it was not. Since there is little difference between that and project
mogul they amount to the same.
Super solders that are 3 to 4 feet tall well that is a quaint idea.
I'm sorry MAC269, I'm a bit of a newbie here, unfamiliar with the lingo. What is TPTB?
Project Mogul was a balloon train with the mission to listen in on Soviet nuclear weapons testing. The balloon train was long and equipped with
microphones and radar reflectors. It was not very high tech. In fact it was so not-high-tech that they used civilian reports to track its progress.
Project High Dive was not all that amazing either and it used balloons as well.
There are different methods employed to cover up a covert operation.
Plain sight: this is not usually a lie. It means holding back some of the truth or lying or exaggerating a part of the truth. It is used when the
operation is not too far removed from normalcy. That big dish? It's a satellite dish (don't specify the satellite). The pill you just swallowed?
It's an antiviral (don't say what virus). That balloon? It's a balloon (weather? other?)
Deflection: this is a lie that involves transference of attention to something plausible. That boom? It's fireworks (sonic boom from aircraft). That
light in the sky? It's a flying saucer from Antares (Mogul balloon).
The "3 foot super soldier" is hysterical and I want to reuse that. Can I?
The 3 foot pilot isn't a pilot but an unlucky passenger. The 3 foot pilot is engineered and has a very short unfortunate lifespan even if it wasn't
riding what amounts to an occupied missile. The payload is an undisclosed weapon. The strategy is deflection. The saucer is not from outer space and
the weapon is not the "super soldier."
The saucer AND the occupants are meant to crash and cover for the origin of the weapon that is onboard. Notice I said occupants and not pilots because
the occupants' job is only to be lifeless untraceable corpses at the scene of the crash. To what end? What is the purpose of any weapon?
The balloon experiments were explained away as UFOs when they didn't crash because there was nothing to examine. But the real crashed "flying disk"
could not be explained as a flying disk because no such thing existed officially. "Plain sight" was not an option then, and "deflection?" Well a
flying disk doesn't look like a balloon or even another airplane. Even worse it was linked to another project that had NO precedence.
So there were 2 options. Confirm the disk story and risk the discovery of the occupants, or claim it was a weather balloon and nobody would ever be
able to say it was carrying a nuclear explosion detector or a barometer.
A balloon is a balloon regardless of what it is used for. The public will buy it. But a saucer (disk) has no precedent and draws a lot of attention
(even today). So if a flying disk project is linked to a biological project that CAN NOT be deflected, what do you do?
You push the weather balloon story because that would result in debris and nobody would ask questions about flying disks that we didn't have. Stories
of bodies? Well you use Project High Dive's crash test dummies. You now have preserved two black projects that were never meant to interact at their
inception, covered by two declassified black projects that were also never meant to interact.