UFO NASA Connection
There are indications the space agency NASA is so pregnant with the UFO secret it can hardly contain the secret much longer.
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It seems people who work at NASA are feeling used and uneasy about having to keep the UFO secret, and that in fact some of these people have decided to let the secret out. For example, a former NASA director says point blank in the April issue of Int'l UFO Library Magazine that the Mars Observer probe is not dead but is in fact sending pictures back to NASA. Furthermore, says the author Maurice Chatelain, some of these pictures will be published soon "despite the official cover-up."
This may tie in with a current rumor that a month ago two people from NASA took information on the cover-up to the BBC in England. The expectation was the BBC would air the information by now, but they haven't. Is this what Chatelain was referring to?
In the meantime, the west coast edition of NBC TV news broadcast
this remarkable story May 3: the NASA-DOD Clementine mission now leaving the moon has been diverted to Mars instead of going to an asteroid, as previously planned. This information was not broadcast on the east coast. Mars researchers who phoned a video clipping service for copies were first told copies were available and then told they weren't. Next day the New York Times reported that due to "budget cuts," DOD is trying to kill the Clementine mission entirely.
For some time now we've been hearing about cliques in the bureaucracy-- groups of people in DOD, NASA, and intelligence who meet unofficially to talk about UFOs. My hunch is some of these cliques have decided to take matters into their own hands, and the astronauts are involved. For example, Gordon Cooper is now reported to have given an interview in which he discusses the back-engineering of ET craft.
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Richard Hoagland, the dogged pursuer of NASA, is responsible for some of this pressure. Another factor is it looks like NASA is in a struggle with another agency. For example, there were two attempts to sabotage the Mars Observer camera before the Observer left.
Hoagland brought this story out. Trash was twice dumped inside the camera's lens.*
Seems like somebody was screaming a big "No!" to NASA about going to Mars at all, and indeed they might--because it is the fallout from the "failed" Mars Observer mission that has accelerated NASA's loss of control over the Big Secret.
If NASA hadn't gone back to Mars last year, the agency could have
kept a lid on the controversy over the anomalous landforms on Mars (the Cydonia "face" and associated structures). But once in the air, NASA came under intense pressure to re-photograph the face.
Speculation is the unexpectedly strong pressure is why NASA decided to claim the mission was lost. And just before the loss was announced, a new element for NASA to cope with had arisen -- the formidable Stanley McDaniel.
Some people think the McDaniel Report on NASA and the Cydonia
landforms drove NASA to take its desperate step. A report may not
sound like much, but that's only until your read the McDaniel
Report. It is a devastating critique of NASA and also exposes Carl
Sagan as a disinformation agent. Why haven't Mr. Lichtenstein, Mr.
Rockefeller, Mr. Bigelow, Mr. Andrus, or Mr. Hall funded this high
quality academic report for distribution to Congress?
If NASA has lied about the loss of the Mars Observer, it is the
most audacious act of political deception this century. Whether
decisive or not, McDaniel added to the heat on NASA. One NASA
spokesman went on TV showing signs of stress, and 10 minutes later
NASA announced the Mars Observer was lost. Right away the leaks
began. Hoagland, McDaniel, Bob Oechsler, and others received calls
saying the announcement was a cover story. Now former NASA
Director of Communications Maurice Chatelain has put it into print.
Some people who work at NASA are acting strangely. For example,
they meet with relative strangers in crowded public places and
speak in loud voices about the top secret deception. NASA
scientists are accompanying some ET researchers on UFO-watching
expeditions and seeing UFOs with them. When the interview with
Gordon Cooper comes out in which Cooper talks about
back-engineering alien craft, the cover-up will surely be near its
end. And the astronauts have been sidling up to this for a while.
MARS NASA PHOTO
Three years ago Cooper's 1978 letter to the UN calling UFOs
"extraterrestrial vehicles" was published; and in 1991 Edgar Mitchell talked about government extraterrestrial secrets on Oprah Winfrey.
Now comes Maurice Chatelain. His article details 9 separate occasions when UFOs observed, stalked, or assaulted US spacecraft, including the exact date, names of the astronauts on the mission and what occurred.
We have recently learned that the Ringling Bros extravaganza "Cosmic Journey" has been revived. Astronauts were involved in original concept, in the story brought out by Bob Oechsler and Tim Good.
The concept was a public exhibition of US space technology--and UFOs/ET. The project was cancelled. But about a month ago, a Cosmic Journey staff member bought $150 worth of UFO books at a Washington DC bookstore. One researcher made inquiries and reached a Ringling Bros contractor, Ed Buckbee of Huntsville, Alabama. Buckbee said that Cosmic Journey "will not get into the UFO issue until later."
And according to Reuters Dec. 1, 1993, one of the current
astronauts says he is "trying to communicate with the life out
there." Astronaut Storey Musgrave, member of the Hubble repair
mission, told a reporter: "When I'm circling I try in whatever
ways I can to get them to come down and get me." Mr. Musgrave
sounds like an "experiencer," doesn't he?
Richard Hoagland says some Congresspeople were about to get
together recently for a conference on Mars, but NASA exerted
"tremendous pressure" to get the conference cancelled. Stan
McDaniel, who was also involved, says, "We were told government
people would be there, and then they disappeared." McDaniel could
not confirm Hoagland's claim that threats were made against
members of Congress.
Hoagland says that people who are talking to him have been offered
jobs to shut them up. "Come and work with us on the 'dark side',"
Hoagland says they were told.
Instead of Mars, Hoagland now is focussed on the moon. There are
artificial structures on the moon, he claims, and so does Maurice
Chatelain. In his article, Chatelain casually drops the bombshell
that the Apollo mission found "several mysterious geometric
structures of unnatural origin" on the moon. And in fact some sort
of startling new picture book has just been published:
Extraterrestrial Archaeology, by David Childress.** Chatelain says
he's going to reveal what happened to the astronauts on the moon in
a forthcoming article.
According to UFO researcher Bill Hamilton, x-space programer Brian
O'Leary says the Air Force has "its own secret space program and
its own military astronauts." Hamilton's 1991 book, Cosmic Top
Secret, reports on an amazing newspaper article: August 7, 1989
the LA Herald-Examiner ran a story which stated DOD was
dismantling a secret $5 billion coast-to-coast space complex and
would now begin collaborating with NASA's civilian space shuttle.
The article stated that a secret cadre of 32 military astronauts
based in LA was disbanded in 1988. If this story is true, it
sounds like DOD moved a major clandestine operation into NASA in
1988-89, and that may be the key to what is happening now at NASA.
Whoever in NASA put the two Viking pictures of the face on Mars
into the open record 17 years ago is an unsung patriot. From what
I've heard, however, not all the interesting pictures were put
out. Hear's what Mars researchers Vince DiPietro and John
Brandenburg told me happened a few years ago. A graduate student
at the Univ. of Louisiana phoned DiPietro excitedly several times
and described a numbered NASA Viking photo of Mars on display in
the department. The Martian surface photo showed a group of 6
faces. Each looked just like the Cydonia face. When DiPietro tried
to get the photo, a professor told him it was "lost."
Another thing that's happening is that UFO researchers are
beginning to realize that the network of surveillance satellites
the U.S. had in orbit is fully capable of tracking UFOs and
therefore, researchers are realizing, NASA must be tracking UFOs.
This introduces a new dimension into the cover-up.
It means much of the data coming into NASA has ET information, and this has to be scrubbed out. Data from the space probes and the Shuttle missions,as well as the vast intelligence product that pours in from the surveillance satellites--including the orbiting telescopes, the commercial and environmental satellites--has ET evidence that NASA has to get rid of before the data can be released to anyone.
There has to be a gate keeper first in line for all incoming data who captures and reroutes ET evidence into black channels. And this is just what we saw in the form of Michael Malin, whom NASA put in charge of all Mars Observer photos and said he could keep them for 6 months before release. An example of scrubbing is related by Maryland resident Don Ratsch from Houston researcher Don Madeley. They say a female NASA employee was shown how NASA technicians air brush images of UFOs which show up on NASA's pictures of earth.
Don Ratsch was the one who recorded the apparent voice of a shuttle astronaut from space saying, "We have the alien spacecraft under observation"- -but the authenticity could not be proved. Ratsch went on to record the STS-48 tape from NASA TV Sept. 1991. The tape shows inexplicable moving lights in the upper atmosphere, one of which appears to be shooting at the other. Adding to that, Linda Howe says a military officer told her he's hearing reports of "some kind of war in space." Could it be? Naw.
Still, the leaks are everywhere. Even Rush Limbaugh. He told his radio audience in late 1992 that a trusted friend in NASA said the Hubble telescope was never broken, but was being used to study ET in some way. In the meantime, I personally learned of a fellow at McDonnell-Douglas who also said the Hubble was operating in the black.
This fellow reported he was doing interface programs that enabled innocuous-sounding instructions from the ground to translate into different, secret directives to the telescope. He said the output was not broadcast to the ground, but was downloaded by hand on Shuttle missions.
So who's squeezing NASA the hardest? The CIA? Hoagland and McDaniel? The aliens? A friend of mine called NASA recently and cajoled a press officer into a confidential conversation.
According to my friend, the press officer said, "NASA is very fragmented and many people in NASA want the truth." And then added, "NASA is no longer running itself.
A major intelligence group is now running NASA."
So there you have it ladies and gentlemen. Your tax dollars at work!
Let's hazard a theory. In 1988 DOD moved clandestine space operations into NASA, and since then DOD or some "major intelligence group" has been trying to run NASA. As a result, NASA
is now in a power struggle with this other group. The two groups violently disagreed on how to run the Mars Observer and the Clementine missions, and evidence of this conflict broke into the
In the ranks at NASA, there are several sources of discontent. People who want to run a civilian space program, not an intelligence operation. People who are angry at being shut out of
the Big Secret but who still have to tell lies to the public. And people who are worried they could be indicted and go to jail for their roles in maintaining the Big Secret.
Even though the ruling groups disagree, they are still determined to maintain their hold on the Big Secret. But the ranks at NASA are breaking and the ruling groups are losing control over the
It's about time!
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April 23, 2006
Life can serve up a good mystery every once in a while. Weird things happen that defy explanation, that make us wonder how much we really know about the world.
Something of the sort happened in San Diego County shortly before 9 a.m. Tuesday, April 4, and so far no one has come forward with an explanation.
“My garage door is double steel and it weighs about 500 lbs. It was rattling back and forth like a leaf in the wind for about 3 or 4 seconds.”
– e-mail from University City resident on April 4 disturbance
Whatever it was, it caused a woman's bed to shake in Lakeside. It created waves in a backyard pool in Carmel Valley. It set off car alarms in Kearny Mesa and rattled windows from Mission Beach to Poway to Vista. At various spots throughout the county, people reported a rumbling sound or a booming noise.
Scientists insist it wasn't an earthquake. The Federal Aviation Administration has no record of any planes producing a sonic boom by breaking the sound barrier.
Camp Pendleton officials say no activities on the Marine base could have created such a disturbance. There were no large explosions in San Diego County that day, and no meteor fireballs were reported in the sky that morning.
Maybe it was the same thing that caused a strange disturbance in Mississippi on April 7, when the locals heard a loud boom that rattled windows all over Jackson County, throwing emergency workers “into a tizzy,” said Butch Loper, Jackson County's civil defense director. Authorities in that state still don't have a clue as to the cause.
Nor, to this day, can anyone explain what was behind similar episodes in Maine two months ago, or Alabama three months ago, or North Carolina four months ago. In each of those cases – as well as in other incidents around the nation over the years – residents reported hearing windows rattle and feeling floors shake even though no earthquake was detected.
There's almost certainly a simple, unromantic, “Aha!”-type explanation for each of these odd occurrences, something that everyone has overlooked for whatever combination of reasons.
Maybe we're not being told everything. Maybe the Earth still does things that present-day humanity doesn't understand.
The morning of April 4 was cloudy in San Diego County, with rain in some areas and temperatures in the low to mid-60s. In Lakeside, Judi Mitchell, an emergency medical technician who works the night shift at a hospital, had returned to her home on Lakeshore Drive and was just about to fall asleep. It was 9 a.m., give or take a few minutes.
Suddenly, the earth started to vibrate.
“The windows shook; my bed moved,” she said. “It moved my bookcase.”
The rattling lasted a few seconds. Mitchell, 44, has lived in East County all her life and considers herself an expert at judging the size of an earthquake. She quickly guessed this one was a 4.5 on the Richter scale.
But to the astonishment of everyone, a quake wasn't the culprit. Within hours, both the U.S. Geological Survey in Pasadena and the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in La Jolla issued statements saying no earthquake had been detected.
Last week, USGS spokeswoman Stephanie Hanna said the agency stands by its initial conclusion.
“No, it wasn't an earthquake,” she said. “We haven't changed our minds about that.”
By noon on the day of the incident, The San Diego Union-Tribune was being inundated with e-mails from people wondering what could have caused the strange tremors.
“My garage door is double steel and it weighs about 500 lbs.,” a man in University City wrote. “It was rattling back and forth like a leaf in the wind for about 3 or 4 seconds.”
A Mission Beach resident compared the sensation to “somewhere in between an explosion and an earthquake.” A woman in Carmel Valley noted that the rattling was very distressing to her cats.
In recent days, the Union-Tribune has tried to get to the bottom of this mystery. Our efforts haven't met with much success.
Was it a sonic boom? If so, it didn't come from any aircraft at Miramar Marine Corps Air Station, Maj. Jason Johnston said. And it didn't come from any Navy planes in San Diego, said Cmdr. Jack Hanzlik, a Coronado-based spokesman for the Naval Air Forces.
“There were no Navy aircraft operating in this area during that time capable of flying at transonic speed,” he said.
Officials with the California National Guard and several Air Force bases also insisted their planes weren't the culprit, as did a Colorado-based spokesman for the North American Aerospace Defense Command.
If a plane had been traveling over San Diego County at supersonic speeds, the Federal Aviation Administration would have picked it up on radar, said Cheryl Jones, the FAA's San Diego-based liaison to the Marine Corps.
Jones checked with FAA control centers in Palmdale and San Diego, which monitor 180,000 square miles covering Southern California, southern Nevada and western Arizona. The agency has no records of any plane, military or civilian, breaking the sound barrier on the morning of April 4, she said.
Under federal law, Jones added, the military can fly at supersonic speeds only in certain restricted areas, three of which exist in Southern California. One is 150 miles to the north of San Diego, the second is 220 miles to the east and the third is 27 miles off the coast. The odds of a plane in any of those areas creating a sonic boom that could be felt all over San Diego County are virtually nonexistent, she said.
Could some sort of rocket be the cause? A spokeswoman at Vandenberg Air Force Base, 60 miles north of Santa Barbara, said the base didn't launch any rockets that day. Neither did NASA, a spokesman for that agency said.
Was it a meteor? Unlikely, said Ed Beshore, a researcher at the University of Arizona's NASA-funded Catalina Sky Survey, which monitors asteroids and other heavenly objects.
Every few months, a meteor enters Earth's atmosphere and produces an “airburst” that can cause a disturbance on the ground, Beshore said. In one recent case, an airburst over the Mediterranean Sea broke the windows on a ship, he said. In the most extreme incident ever recorded, a 1908 airburst over Siberia flattened trees for thousands of miles.
But an airburst powerful enough to cause tremors all over San Diego County would have been noticed by scientists, Beshore said. And the American Meteor Society reported no fireball sightings over California on April 4.
A spokeswoman for Camp Pendleton scoffed at speculation that some sort of Marine mortar training exercise at the base might have caused the countywide rumbling. “It was not us,” 2nd Lt. Lori Miller stated flatly.
Miller was home in Vista on the morning of April 4 when her windows began to rattle. There is no possible way, she said, that a Pendleton training exercise could have caused a sensation like that.
Two months before the San Diego incident, Robert Higgins, the emergency management director of Somerset County, Maine, was confronted with a nearly identical set of puzzling circumstances. In February, panicked residents in a 15-mile radius reported feeling earthquakelike tremors. Authorities quickly ruled out an earthquake, explosion or industrial accident.
“I've called it the mystery of Somerset County,” Higgins said in a telephone interview last week. He still hasn't figured out the cause.
“I'm not done with it,” Higgins said. “I don't forget.”
Then there was the incident in Mobile, Ala., on Jan. 19, when residents in two counties reported hearing what sounded like an explosion and feeling “quakelike tremors,” according to news reports. To this day, no one is certain of the cause. By process of elimination, authorities have settled on the sonic-boom theory, even though no branch of the military has owned up to it.
There have been other similar unexplained events over the past few years. Something of the sort happened in Wilmington, N.C., on Dec. 20, 2005; Winston-Salem, N.C., on March 5, 2005; Charleston, S.C., on Aug. 1, 2003; and Pensacola, Fla., on Jan. 13, 2003.
“The large boom that shook walls and windows from Century to Milton on Monday remains a mystery, and probably will stay that way,” a reporter for the Pensacola News Journal wrote after the Jan. 13 episode.
On those occasions when a logical explanation is wanting, it's sometimes necessary to consult that archive of wisdom otherwise known as the Internet.
Among bloggers and Web-based conspiracy theorists, one of the leading explanations for the San Diego disturbance is that the military is testing a top-secret spy plane called the Aurora, which supposedly can travel several times the speed of sound.
“Sir, I've never even heard of that plane before,” an Air Force spokeswoman in Virginia responded when asked about the possibility.
Even UFO experts are baffled by what happened in San Diego. Asked whether a flying saucer might have caused such an event, Peter Davenport of the Seattle-based National UFO Reporting Center said, “Probably not.”
“UFOs almost never generate sonic booms or shock waves,” he added. “They accelerate so rapidly that they leave a vacuum in the sky, much the way lightning does.”
What happened in San Diego on April 4 seems destined to remain one of life's little mysteries, as inexplicable as those Bigfoot sightings in the Pacific Northwest.
Mitchell, the Lakeside hospital worker, remains convinced that an earthquake was the culprit, regardless of what the experts say. The tremors were too strong, she said, too violent to be anything else.
“The earth actually moved,” she said. “You could feel it. If it moved my bed, it moved the earth.”
If anyone out there has any answers, would you please be kind enough to share them with the rest of us? A lot of folks are really curious.
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