posted on Aug, 22 2004 @ 08:20 AM
Alright...even though I posted this, I just got done reading it...lol...anyway, here is what I think...
He mentioned that if the public found out what was going on in Area 51, that the people would panic. He also mentioned that 95% of what was going on
at Area 51 was uninteresting. If the public would panic over the 5% of what was at there that makes me believe that that 5% is more than
Here is a quote: "I saw some things in Area 51 that, objects, that were strange, didnít seem to be something that, at the time, we had the
capability of manufacturing. I donít know where they came from, I donít know much about them. But I saw what I saw with my eyes. I did ask, on 2
separate occasions, one of caretakers, thatís what we called them, and I was told the first time - donít ask. Now, remember, I had to have a Top
Secret clearance, I had a "need to know". Our group, 80 of us, could go anywhere. We could ask any questions because of what we did. But that was
one subject that I was told, donít ask. The second time I asked, I was warned that if I asked again, some rather dire things might happen. So I never
asked again. Iím familiar with the Roswell incident in 1947 in New Mexico. I have every reason to believe that the Federal Government found something
there. I have every reason to believe the Federal Government will never tell what they found there. We have so much paranoia of humans, anyway, if
there was any leak that some sort of life form had visited this planet, the Federal Government is convinced that people would panic and that anarchy
might prevail for awhile. Thatís about all I can say."
You can tell he is just gutting it out here. He wants to tell the public something, but he knows things will happen to him if he does, and whatever
the gov't says goes. But I do believe he was giving us the wink here when he mentioned the aliens and anarchy. That is the only reason why he would
mention anything like this.
"Iím not really at liberty to talk about that except it may be interesting for you to know that I now live in South Dakota, I donít live in Nevada
I don't find this interesting personally...but for those of you who believe in a South Dakota base...chew on that.
And about Roswell: "All I can say is sometime, during my tenure at the Nevada Test Site, there was debris from Roswell, New Mexico stored away at
Area 51. I was lucky enough or unlucky enough to see some of it. I donít take any pleasure in that knowledge because it puts a constrain on me I donít
like to have."
He says he thinks he was either lucky or unlucky...but most of us would consider ourselves lucky to see what the debris was. I can't make any
statements...but I really find that statement interesting.
When he was talking about Quantam physics and going beyond the speed of life...he mentiond that humans were just exiting their mud homes...like we
were primitivie. This leads me to believe that he knows about some other life, and they are far more advanced than us. Of course, this is all
speculation, but that's what went through my mind here.
"To someone else may be very common, very explainable and very ordinary. Iím just about to walk over the edge here . . . they may not be . . . if you
were to see a person, you may not recognize that person as someone you thought might live on the face of this planet. And thatís all Iíll say about
that, I swore to God I wasnít going to say that."
He gives it all away here.
All I have to say is that he indirectly answered a lot of our questions...if it is legit...which I believe it is.