What Is Really Happening With US Space Program?
cuts and public bickering in Washington over deficit worries has almost put America’s space program on the shelf. Or
has it? Rumors have been circulating about a secret black ops military space program that has gone far beyond anything NASA
ever accomplished for the public eye.
strange but failed test flight of the Falcon HTV-2, an unmanned experimental aircraft designed to climb into the upper reaches
of the Earth’s atmosphere and reach speeds of 20 times the speed of sound, suggests that something very interesting
is still going on in the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
say that if a project like the Falcon HTV-2 becomes known to the public, it means that the secret technologies may be so advanced
it may be another 50 years before we hear about them . . . if ever.
late Ben Rich, former director of the highly classified Lockheed Skunk Works, a secret advanced development program that produced
amazing technical advances in high speed aircraft, once suggested that the United States has been involved in a highly classified
space program that far exceeds anything NASA has accomplished.
was quoted as saying: “We already have the means to travel among the stars, but these technologies are locked up n black
projects and it would take an act of God to ever get them out to benefit humanity . . . anything you can imagine we already
know how to do.”
of the more interesting revelations came from UK computer hacker Gary McKinnon who claims to have uncovered evidence of secret
off-world galactic fleets when he hacked into American military computers. McKinnon said he saw an image of what appeared
to be a space fleet ship plus a list of military officers involved in the space flight program. The U. S. and UK governments
are in the process of cooperatively prosecuting McKinnon.
what are we to believe after hearing such rumors and reading stories like these? Anyone that has studied military warfare
tactics knows that deception is among the arsenal of effective weapons. If the enemy believes, or even suspects that you have
a secret powerful weapon in the shadows, it might deter an attack, or even prevent open aggression.
was said that the rumors surrounding the “crashed UFO incident” at Roswell, New Mexico, during the height of the
Cold War, was no more than a ruse. The story was circulated to make the Russians believe that the United States had their
hands on an alien space craft and that we were reverse engineering the craft to design better and faster military aircraft.
was Roswell a hoax or was there some truth behind the story? Behold the appearance of Northup Grumman’s B-2 Spirit “flying
wing” stealth bomber in 1993. This extremely high-tech aircraft can penetrate sophisticated air-defense shields, can
carry out bombing missions from any altitude up to 50,000 feet, and is so fast it can reach any point in the world within
there has been the story of the Aurora hypersonic spy plane said to be capable of a Mach 6 performance. While so top secret
even the name of the craft is unclear, the story of the Aurora has been circulating for the past 10 years.
the technology for such machines come from the minds of human engineers or did we, indeed, reverse engineer the workings of
a crashed alien craft to develop such amazing weaponry?
if we have supersonic aircraft like these in our military, can we really be sure we haven’t also conquered space? Has
NASA been a front designed to appease the public, while the real secret development was going on behind closed doors? And
if they did it, where did they get the money?
Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld questioned a missing $2.3 trillion in military money one day before 9-11. The question
was never answered. Since then, billions of dollars have gone missing in the Pentagon in the midst of the wars in Iraq and
Afghanistan. Was it redirected to America’s secret space program?
if we have developed a means to fly to the stars, and have a fleet that is capable of doing it, what is the military objective?
Some of these issues may lead to frightening conclusions.