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posted on Jun, 18 2004 @ 12:09 PM
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APOLLO 10 GETS GLIMPSE OF AN EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL MONOLITH IN SPACE LATER A SECRET MILITARY SPACE SHUTTLE RETRIEVES THE SPACE BEACON By Richard Boylan, Ph.D. © 1998 The following information was disclosed to me by a reliable confidential informant, who previously worked on contract for the National Security Agency, and maintains connections within the Intelligence community. This informant, whom I shall call "Jesse", has over 40 years of notes from a very close relative, who served as CIA liaison to the National Security Council on UFO/ET matters. This information has been confirmed by a second source, Dr. Michael Wolf of the National Security Council's unacknowledged subcommittee, the MJ-12 Special Studies goup. I have talked with Dr. Wolf about the notes' author, Jesse's relative. Dr. Wolf said that that CIA official "was like an uncle to me." The reports which follow are thus not "leaks", but rather based on planned releases of information. These releases are part of a public Acclimation Program, an official though unacknowledged U.S. Government policy of "processed release of information", as Dr. Wolf described it. According to "Jesse", in 1969 the Apollo 10 astronauts Stafford, Cernan and Young were the first to film an extraterrestrial space beacon, dubbed The Monolith, somewhat like, but smaller than, the one in Arthur C. Clarke's book/movie "2001". They were not, however, the first astronauts to spot this ET beacon. The Monolith was first sighted by Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin, the first man in space, in 1961. He was followed into space that same year by American astronaut Alan Shephard, who also sighted the beacon. Apollo 10 went to it, and filmed it from every angle. The Monolith acted like a communication beacon. Jesse said, "It sort of acts like the message received in the movie "Contact". It had a message on it, in addition to a map of the extraterrestrial civilization which placed it there], and how to get to them." The Apollo 10 astronauts brought back the message captured on film. The Monolith's energy affected Apollo 10's instrumentation, so that its crew almost didn't get back. As soon as the film Apollo 10 took came back to Earth, those Intelligence compartments which deal with UFOs were busy poring over information from the Monolith. The government then used an early secret military space shuttle to go get the Monolith itself. This covert military spacecraft flew years before the first "official" NASA Shuttle's public flights in 1981. The spaceplane is operated by a secret military astronaut program out of Vandenburg Air Force Base, California, among other locations. The second flight mission of this unacknowledged military shuttle retrieved the Monolith, and brought it back to Earth in 1972 for study. [1] After being retrieved, the Monolith was then transferred to a secret research facility. Scientific analysis of the Monolith was conducted at this domed underwater facility located north of Abaco, the northernmost of the Bahamas Islands. RCA Corporation is in charge of that experimentation research, Jesse says. Jesse stated, "They did it underwater, after they saw people dropping like flies. They figured that there would be better containment [of the Monolith's suspected cosmic energy emanations] underwater." He noted that the space beacon "has a sound to it, like it talks. It also gives off a light show." Dr. Michael Wolf shed additional light on the beacons. "They are 'postcards from the rim'. They emit both light and tone signals, sending a mathematical language. There may be five or more ET civilizations involved in setting up these beacons." Among the scientists who worked on it were famed astronomer Dr. Carl Sagan, U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command General William Stubblebine, (ret.), National Security Council consultant Dr. Michael Wolf, and a former division head of CIA. Everyone who had prolonged close physical contact with the Monolith got cancer, Jesse says. "And those who tried to dissect it [the Monolith] died right there on the spot." The CIA Counter-Intelligence official and Dr. Wolf got colon cancer. The CIA man required surgery, but Dr. Wolf's cancer later went into a spontaneous remission. Dr. Sagan eventually died of his cancer. Jesse feels that there are many more space beacons out in space, acting as "postcards". "I'm sure Mother Russia had one." [2] Jesse also revealed a 1973 formula for gravity control, used by the military to construct antigravity aerospace vehicles.[a] He disclosed that noted quantum physicist Jack Sarfatti was in a position to be familiar with this gravity formula used by the government. Jesse observed, "With regard to Sarfatti, as I can determine it [from the notes], he was on site doing work on the relationship between downed UFO's and back-engineering, to the degree that he assisted in the gravity makeup formulae." Jesse added that Sarfatti noticed that the captured UFO's field propulsion guidance was focused on the ET pilot. "[The UFO pilot console] had the hand placement with micro holes and light-emitting senses [sensors] to feel the impulse of the sudden hand movement; hence it [pilot and UFO] became as one. The driver always feels the outer skin's 'road feel', so it [the UFO] can handle better than a Corvette at 125 mph in fifth gear in the big curve." Jesse added, "Then again, Sarfatti has these [formula] numbers...he can attest to the numbers and even affirm that [antigravity field propulsion] is in use today! Matter of fact, the formulae even tell a story of the skin association between flyer and craft." [3] They [ET pilots] think [a ommand]...and go. Sort of like...point-click and ship! Boom...you're there." The RAND Corporation (a CIA think tank) holds the key to the [gravity-control] formulae." Jesse revealed. "Our Navy even set up the United Earth Space Naval Forces. I believe this group to be in existence today." [4] U.S. Government's old gravity-control formula: [a] phi(x) =<0lphi(x) l0 > + &phi(x), where <0lphi(x)l0> is the vacuum expectation value, and m2^<0lphi(x)l0>^2 represents the particle's density of the ground state in the non-realtivistic limit. The action of this field in the presence of gravity is...intrinsic gravitational cosmological constant Lambda/ 8piG receives a contribution (1/2) m2^<0lphi(x)l0>^2




posted on Jul, 1 2004 @ 10:19 PM
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When someone starts a grand revelation by saying the info came from "...a reliable confidential informant...", that's your first sign that it's dubious. Next, something even funnier - this anonymous informant has "...40 years of notes from a very close relative..." also unnamed. I could go on and talk about the increasingly preposterous story, but I don't think I need to. According to this article, this conspiracy covers nearly half a century and certainly thousands of people either directly involved with the
monolith or with the covert technologies and unacknowledged programs that go with it. Yet in all that time and after all those people, there is not one shred of information about this or the peripheral subjects besides what you read on conspiracy boards. You'd think at least one person would have snuck out a photo or somebody would have blown the whistle on the cancer deaths. I bet the USAF Space Command is pretty pissed off too, what with the Navy starting up the United Earth Space Naval Forces. This is despite the fact that the earth is not united and Space Command has complete jurisdiction over space matters. And where did they get the name for this new branch of the military? Robotech? Come on.



posted on Jul, 2 2004 @ 02:54 PM
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Ok, it has to be said by someone....

"My god....it's full of stars!"



posted on Aug, 13 2004 @ 11:40 PM
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Not only does this whole conspiracy sound entirely fictional with not a single shred of evidence to support any of these allegations, but for humor's sake, even if we assumed if this was all true, and if more beacons were located in deep space, then would none of our hundreds of government and privately-sponsored radio listening stations at least pick up some type of intelligent signal from space, an intelligent signal meaning some type of recurring pattern or important clue indicating it is not coming from another star or another galaxy? Surely, human beings in the last 50 years have developed the technology to pick up a strong radio or laser signal, especially if these beacons are serving as relay stations for a stellar-wide "internet" to connect all the ET bases together. And if these beacons are serving as listening stations to eavesdrop on our civilization, then surely they would give off some type of electrical or radio noise that our satellites or ground-based dishes would detect. Even if these beacons are using an advanced form of telecommunications that human beings have not yet developed, at least our Hubble space telescope or any # of our ground telescopes would be able to see such an object in space. Even basic logic is against this off-the-shelf conspiracy thinking.



posted on Aug, 14 2004 @ 03:55 PM
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Originally posted by LoneGunman69
Not only does this whole conspiracy sound entirely fictional with not a single shred of evidence to support any of these allegations


Has there ever been any proof of a conspiracy? All we know is that there has been alot of money invested into black world science and technology. We have no idea if there really is a conspiracy...



posted on Aug, 19 2004 @ 09:40 PM
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The following information was disclosed to me by a reliable confidential informant, who previously worked on contract for the National Security Agency, and maintains connections within the Intelligence community. This informant, whom I shall call "Jesse", has over 40 years of notes from a very close relative, who served as CIA liaison to the National Security Council on UFO/ET matters. This information has been confirmed by a second source, Dr. Michael Wolf of the National Security Council's unacknowledged subcommittee, the MJ-12 Special Studies goup. I have talked with Dr. Wolf about the notes' author, Jesse's relative. Dr. Wolf said that that CIA official "was like an uncle to me."


No offense, but are you saying that people from a secret, organized, government group (like the NSA, NSC, and MJ-12) has disclosed this kind of information to someone like you?

[edit on 19-8-2004 by monstervoid8]



posted on Aug, 20 2004 @ 08:13 AM
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Originally posted by AboveTopSecret.com
...According
to "Jesse", in 1969 the Apollo 10 astronauts Stafford,
Cernan and Young were the first to film an extraterrestrial space
beacon, dubbed The Monolith,



Here's a document on US astronauts & UFOs.

Cernan is included.

astronauts & ufos



posted on Aug, 20 2004 @ 06:16 PM
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It is a good read but i have to agree with the LoneGunman69 that if there were others out there and so close to earth then why havent there transmissions been picked up. Unless we have been up there and removed them all. Was seti in operation in 1972?

Also if they were so close to earth then surely they would have been spotted by telescope. Unless, i heard they were placing large mirrors out in space, cant remember what for but this could shield the objects by creating an illusion.

Cheers senshido i have been looking for that supposed ham radio interception of the conversation between NASA and Apollo 11 regarding aliens on the moon. Just recently, after seeing certain evidence, i decided that they did definatly land on the moon no question, but what i have always had trouble with is why Neil Armstrong one of the most famous men in history has been so quite and why have they never been back [the cost argument doesnt convince me].



posted on Feb, 1 2005 @ 02:30 AM
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well, if the monolith wasn't that large, i doubt a telescope would pick it up. Wasn't the one nasa send out smaller then the average human?

[edit on 1-2-2005 by malakiem]



posted on Feb, 1 2005 @ 08:02 AM
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It's not even an original sci-fi story. It quite blatently steals from 2001 and Contact - and even mentions them in the post! If you took this as a pitch to Hollywood they would laugh at you for presenting a combination of about 10 films that have already been made. You would certainly get sued by the people who own the copright on 2001.

Why can't any of these tales at least be original? The whole reptilian thing is quite obviously V and the Greys are out of Close Encounters of the Third Kind.

I love good sci-fi, it makes my spine tingle when it's excellent (Ian M Banks is God), but hackneyed rubbish like this post just bore me silly. To all you "tall tale" tellers out there: please come up with something original that will make me go "Wow!"

Also, ulitimately what is the point of these posts that present no evidance whatsoever? I could just go "I met this ex-military intelligance bloke in a bar who'd had too much to drink. He told me that Tony Blair keeps a UFO in his basement and regularly visits other solar systems." If you believe this then you will believe anything, however it doesn't further humanity's understanding of "life, universe and everything". It's just boring.



posted on Feb, 1 2005 @ 08:27 AM
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"I met this ex-military intelligance bloke in a bar who'd had too much to drink. He told me that Tony Blair keeps a UFO in his basement and regularly visits other solar systems."


Tony Blair has a ufo in his basement?
Wow, i bet its the one from Rendlesham forest, and I bet His wife is really the shapeshifter alien they found in it, cause it couldnt get its seatbelt off after the crash. Its pretenting to be a human wife with big teeth and bad hair so it can be privvy to political information without the [public knowing !! I bet Cheree means extra terrestrial in some secret nwo language! WOW! you've uncovered it! cool!






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posted on Feb, 1 2005 @ 08:54 AM
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I tend to beleive this becasue there is no 'invasion' angle, nor is there installation of any type of fear or talk of using it as a weapon. There are things out there that have been bought back, that are not explainable, and we should hav a more open mind. There is too much evidence out there to disprove anymore. IT used to be that not everyone had a camcorder, of something to capture UFOS's with. Now they cost next to nothing, and there are people watching the slies with a vengence, wanting to find an ET.

Find some books that were written in the 50's about UFO's and read one, and it will change your mind. Do we all think Armstrong would lie about something like this?

A great uncle of mine was a test pilot in the 50's and early 60's, and he told stories of the "foo Fighters', as they were dubbed in WW2. Talking to another relative after his death, he was alwasy tight lipped, I was told he was instructed "by his country to keep it quiet', and he did. OLd school thinking I guess, when a secret was a secret it goes to the grave



posted on Feb, 1 2005 @ 09:40 AM
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Originally posted by shrike2000
When someone starts a grand revelation by saying the info came from "...a reliable confidential informant...", that's your first sign that it's dubious. Next, something even funnier - this anonymous informant has "...40 years of notes from a very close relative..." also unnamed. I could go on and talk about the increasingly preposterous story, but I don't think I need to. According to this article, this conspiracy covers nearly half a century and certainly thousands of people either directly involved with the
monolith or with the covert technologies and unacknowledged programs that go with it. Yet in all that time and after all those people, there is not one shred of information about this or the peripheral subjects besides what you read on conspiracy boards. You'd think at least one person would have snuck out a photo or somebody would have blown the whistle on the cancer deaths. I bet the USAF Space Command is pretty pissed off too, what with the Navy starting up the United Earth Space Naval Forces. This is despite the fact that the earth is not united and Space Command has complete jurisdiction over space matters. And where did they get the name for this new branch of the military? Robotech? Come on.


The UFO gang is preparing to release information that will scare the willies out of everyone. This will keep us all running to them for protection and make sure they are not themselves rendered unnessesary.

Why always like argue with "reason" like "if this or that was true someone would have blown the whistle"?

And when 500 blows one giant whistle, do we take the time to listen....?


Sincerely

Cade



posted on Feb, 1 2005 @ 09:42 AM
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An "open mind" does not mean believing anything you are told. That is just a confused mind.

Being open minded means you don't get tied down to dogma and can change your mind if the evidence points to something other than your previously held beliefs. I like to analyse stuff with a skeptical and open mind. Evidence is still the key.

The original post presents no corroborating evidence for the story and we've no idea about the credibility of the poster, so there is no reason to believe them. However I have an open mind, and if they were ever to start posting convincing evidence to back it up I may well believe that there is alien technology orbiting the earth.



I tend to beleive this becasue there is no 'invasion' angle, nor is there installation of any type of fear or talk of using it as a weapon


There was none of this in my Tony Blair story either, he just visits other solar systems for a laugh - do you believe that?



posted on Feb, 1 2005 @ 09:50 AM
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Cool and interesting story


And I do believe you, if the ETs were anything like us then they would have probably sent one of these ''postcards'' as they are affectionality known as now. I mean, we did. Why would they be so different? Just because their not from this world, or gloaxy, for that matter, dosnt mean that they are stuck up meanies and want to take over your planet.

Just because there is no obvious evidence it dosnt mean its bunk straight away. Most religions dont have any obvious evidence of a ''greater being'' except of what is written in a book.

Jesse is probably not named as people dont like there real name posted on the net or it is for her own safety. Would you post your name around the internet? No, you wouldnt, thats why we have screen names.

Also, just because there was probably hundreds, maybe thousands of people working with the monolith it dosnt mean that they all had direct contact with it. An extreme majority of them probably just served the tea and worked at a computer. And many scientists and engineers that may have studied and worked on it probably were very proud of what they were doing and didnt want people either ruining their research or being told that they are ''lying'' and ''mad''.

There is more evidence pointing towards this story being fake, or made up, but I think that we should give people a chance when they post and not staright away say that its fake just because you think so.

Thanks,
Zanzibar



posted on Feb, 1 2005 @ 10:19 AM
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I tend to beleive this type of activity occurs, not neccessarily how the story here is told, that is what I meant of open mind.

A Confused mind means you can't make a choice or entertain other ideas other than your own or what you have been taught.

There is no correlation between "Tony Bliar has a UFO in the basement " and the fact that the US government may have bought back objects not of this earth from space.

You are not bieng open minded by attempting to simply debunk this, right?



posted on Feb, 1 2005 @ 10:30 AM
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its official. Every sci-fi movie has been delared true or factual on these boards or the movie was put out to "prepare us"

I'm waiting for the cherry on top, "the force" is real



posted on Feb, 1 2005 @ 11:18 AM
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Originally posted by esdad71
There is no correlation between "Tony Bliar has a UFO in the basement " and the fact that the US government may have bought back objects not of this earth from space.


I think you may be missing my point a bit. The correlation between the stories is that there is absolutely no evidence to support either of them, they are just tales. Why should you believe one and not the other? If you choose to believe the original post (or my tale) it is down to pure faith, nothing else.



You are not bieng open minded by attempting to simply debunk this, right?


I don't think there is anything to debunk in this case.

I have an open mind and there is a chance our galaxy might be teeming with intelligant life, some of which may have visited our world. However this still would not make the original post true, and until I'm shown some supporting evidence that will continue to be the case.

Good debate by the way, so please don't anyone take this as a personal attack.



posted on Feb, 1 2005 @ 12:38 PM
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I agree, if everyone can get along on this and not just start flaming each other, this could start into a really good debate.



posted on Feb, 1 2005 @ 12:46 PM
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It brings up an interesting idea though. If the best place to hide something is in plain sight, then why not make a movie about it and then anyone attempting to come forward with secret information will be seen as a nut-job who saw the movie one too many times.

Darth Vader is after me! I swear!





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