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Lasers From Space

Are We Pawns In a Matrix After All?


A strange story from Nexus Magazine contains a lengthy interview with American space weapons expert Dr. Carol Rosin who once worked with Wernher Von Braun during the last years of his life.


Rosin, who served as corporate manager of Fairchild Industries and founded the Institute for Security and Cooperation in Outer Space, reportedly said in this interview that Von Braun told her of a long-range plan to justify putting weapons in space by staging various events, including a terrorist attack on the United States, the Gulf War, and a threat by both asteroids and extraterrestrials.


It is interesting to note that the interview with Rosin was made in December, 2000, months before the Sept. 11, 2001 attack that sparked Americas so-called "War on Terror." Also, all of the events predicted by Von Braun have happened, right on cue, except for the alien threat event.


 The interview, conducted by Dr. Steven Greer, identified only as a representative of something called Project Disclosure, was long and printed in its entirety.  


Rosin said she met Von Braun when she was a corporate manager for Fairchild in the mid-1970s. "At the time, Von Braun was dying of cancer but he assured me that he would live a few more years to tell me about the game that was being played that game being the effort to weaponize space, to control the Earth from space and space itself.," she said. 

Von Braun appeared to have taken Rosin into his confidence so that he expected her to carry his message of warning and attempt to prevent the plan for being carried out. As a German scientist involved in the early stages of rocketry, she said Von Braun considered the concept of space-based weapons "dumb, dangerous, destabilizing, too costly, unnecessary, unworkable and an undesirable idea."


The plan, Rosin testified, was to use a strategy of fear. We created fake enemies against which we needed to develop and build a sophisticated weapon system that utilized space technologies.


Our first false enemy, of course, was the Russians. They were demonized as the evil "Commies," with nuclear bombs and "killer satellites" and that they were out to control the world. Thus we lived through the Cold War years, with two so-called "super powers" spending untold fortunes developing and building intercontinental ballistic missile systems and enough nuclear and hydrogen bombs to obliterate the planet at the push of no more than two buttons.


That was going on during the 1970s when Rosin was hearing this fantastic plot from the lips of the dying Von Braun. What they did not yet know, of course, was that the Russian "killer satellites" did not exist. But Ronald Reagan's Star Wars plan to counteract these satellites launched a whole new era of war weapon development in the United States.


To Rosin's ears, the Von Braun story probably started sounding a little like a science fiction film from that point on. He predicted that an event would occur that would turn our attention away from the Russians and against terrorism. He called them third-world country "crazies," against whom we would build space based weapons of attack and control. The United States has launched the development of just that kind of weapon, capable of preemptive bomb strikes anywhere in the world within minutes, and at the push of a button.


But Von Braun said the fear machine will not stop with the terrorist story. He warned that the next enemy would be asteroids. And we all recall seeing those scary television documentaries about how an asteroid strike killed the dinosaurs. In fact, we have astronomers scanning the skies even today, looking for that possible "killer asteroid" that might bring on the Biblical apocalypse. And guess what the plan is to stop such a thing from striking Earth? That is right. Rocket guided nuclear bombs.


The final scare, Rosin said, will be a threat of an alien invasion. "Over and over  and over during the four years that I know (Von Braun) he would bring up that last card. 'And remember Carol, the last card is the alien card. We are going to have to build space-based weapons against aliens and all of it is a lie,'" she said.


"I think I was too na´ve at that time to know the seriousness of the nature of the spin that was being put on the system," Rosin said. "And now, the pieces are starting to fall into place. We are building a space-based weapons system on a premise that is a lie, a spin."

She said that after 26 years of watching this drama unfold, she is convinced that Von Braun was right, and that he knew much more than he even told her.


"I have concluded that it is based on a few people making a lot of money and gaining power. It is about ego. It is not about our essence and who we really are on this planet and loving each other and being at peace and cooperating. It isnt about using technology to solve problems and heal people in the planet. It isnt about that. It is about a few people who really are playing an old, dangerous, costly game for their own pocketbooks and power struggle. That is all it is."


Rosin said she attended a meeting in the War Room at Fairchild Industries in 1977 where military men were talking about then obscure names to her, like Saddam Hussein and Khadafi. "We were talking about terrorists and potential terrorists." No one had ever talked about this before but this was the next stage after the Russians against whom we were going to build these space-based weapons.


She said she heard then of a long-range plan to launch a war in the Persian Gulf, but not before a $25 billion dollar space-based weapons program was completed. "They were planning a war in the Gulf and it happened exactly as they planned it, on time," Rosin said.


Rosin said she is just waiting for stories of a possible threat of alien invasion and expects to hear yet another lie. "When I look at the history of thousands of years of possible ET visitations, and hear the disclosures of honest military-intelligence-industry people who have had experiences with UFOs, with crashes and landings . . . if I am ever told that these are enemies against whom we have to build space based weapons systems, I am going to know it is a lie.


"They (the ETs) have not taken us away yet. We are still here after thousands of years of visits. If in fact they are still visiting us now and we have not been harmed then we have to look at this as something that is not a hostile occurrence," she said.


"It would be my hope and my intention to do everything I could to work with people who are working to communicate with and cooperate with these extraterrestrial beings. They are clearly not hostile. We are here. That is enough proof for me."



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