LET THEM EAT STATIC
Ronald Reagan Speech About Alien InvasionWe all remember what Ronald Reagan said when he spoke at the United Nations general assembly about a possible alien threat and how world differences would vanish if we were ever in the crosshairs of a malevolent alien infiltration.
With all of the war coverage and building up of political buffoonery, the alien arrival whether it be benevolent or malevolent will be drowned out by the silly political correctness check of Donald Trump or the whining doom-saying of the global warming climate change disruptive cult.
Fair and balanced and no spin is just lip service —politics as usual and no real intrigue for what is beyond our trivial newspeak here on planet Earth.
Our planet has come a long way in scientific breakthroughs and discoveries. Mainstream science is beginning to discover new concepts of reality that have the potential to change our perception about our planet and the extraterrestrial environment that surrounds it forever.
Star gates, wormholes and portals have been the subject of conspiracy theories and theoretical physics for decades, but that is all coming to an end as we continue to grow in our understanding about the true nature of our reality.
Reality should always be a word that we use in quotes. It changes every day and sometimes so many things happen on a day-to-day basis that it is hard to keep up with what may be happening and to pass judgment on what appears to be happening. Moreover, there’s a lot of derision from those who believe they have a logical brain yet, can’t seem to wrap around what they feel, which is nonsensical or uncomfortable.
There have been plenty of stories making the rounds about what is happening above us – the volume of stories are remarkable, however, the media is avoiding them and it is time to stop saturation of political banter and social division and make way for what may give us a reason to dream.
It is unfortunate that media will let us eat static when the void of space shows us miracles and signs indicating that we are on the verge of hearing about something on a cosmic level that could very well change our lives.
The concept is thrilling, if not fascinating, and needs to be addressed as we have now discovered that the heaven’s can open and someone can have direct contact with planet Earth – no matter how far away they may be.
A few days ago while we were on the subject of Disney’s Tomorrowland and the Breakaway Civilizations secret space program for the elite, PepsiCo, the well-known soft drink giant, released a video on You Tube about the Black Knight satellite.
BLACK KNIGHT DECODED: A Pepsi ProductionThe video called “Black Knight Decoded” seemed to be an odd way to promote soft drinks, especially when the so-called “alien” satellite has been a badly kept secret by NASA.
In his 1995 book, ‘Disneyland of the Gods‘, famed paranormal researcher John Keel wrote about this enigmatic Black Knight orbiter:
“While both the United States and the Soviet Union were racing to launch relatively small satellites into orbit in the late 1950s, astronomers and military tracking stations were following the course of something huge. In February 1960, the US detected an unknown object in polar orbit, a feat that neither they nor the USSR had been able to accomplish. As if that wasn’t enough, it apparently was several sizes larger than anything either country would have been able to get off the ground.”
And then, the oddness began. HAM operators began to receive strange coded messages. One person in particular said he managed to decode one of the transmissions, and it corresponded to a star chart. A star chart which would have been plotted from earth 13,000 years ago.
The origin of the Black Knight legend is often “retrospectively dated” back to natural extraterrestrial repeating sources heard during the 1899 radio experiments of Nikola Tesla and long delayed echoes first heard by amateur radio operator Jorgen Hals in Oslo, Norway in 1928.
According to the Daily Express, “the noises from 1899 and 1928 remain a mystery, but the possible causes do not so far include an alien satellite, according to scientists.”
In 1973, Scottish author Duncan Lunan analyzed the long-delayed radio echoes received by Hals and others and speculated that they could possibly originate from a 13,000 year old alien probe located near the star Epsilon Boötis. Lunan later retracted his conclusions, admitting he’d made “outright errors” and characterizing his methods as “unscientific.”
In 1954, newspapers ran stories citing a statement by UFO researcher, Donald Keyhoe that the US Air Force had reported that two satellites orbiting Earth had been detected. At this time no one had the technology to launch a satellite; however skeptics have noted that “Keyhoe had been promoting a UFO book at the time” and the news stories were likely written “tongue-in-cheek” and not intended to be taken seriously.
In February 1960, TIME reported that the US Navy had detected a dark object thought to be a Soviet spy satellite in orbit, however a follow-up article confirmed that the object was “the remains of an Air Force Discoverer VIII satellite that had gone astray.”
In 1963, astronaut Gordon Cooper supposedly reported a UFO during his 15th orbit in Mercury 9 that was confirmed by tracking stations.
NASA used to have pictures of the Black Knight probe on its website, but they removed them because they didn’t want their little secret to be speculated about – especially when it came to the possibility of something of that enormity has been circling the Earth and sending messages to something out there in the cosmos.
We all know that NASA is not that good at keeping secrets about alien artifacts from the public.
In the 1960’s, there was a plan devised by the U.S. Government to have in place a conspiracy of denial with regards to the possibility that a new space program would discover the possibility of life elsewhere in the universe. This plan, provided by the Brookings Institute, was completed in December of 1960 and pointed out the very real fear of social disintegration if humanity discovered in its cosmic journey proof of extra-terrestrial life.
The Brookings statement speculated that there would be discoveries of artifacts on Mars, Venus and the Moon.
The Brookings Report was very clear when it suggested that “Anthropological files contain many examples of societies sure of their place in the universe which have disintegrated when they had to associate with previously unfamiliar societies espousing different societies in different ways.”
Needless to say, the guardians of intelligence suggested that if the U.S. space program found evidence of alien life or technology that it would be advisable to withhold that information.
However in 1968, NASA released a document that is accessible to the public called the TR R-277. At that time this document was the single most complete listing of all observed lunar anomalies that were recorded by observers from the year 1500 until 1967.
The report refers to over 450 years worth of notes recording observations of unique or unusual phenomena seen on the lunar surface and in the surrounding area between the Earth and Moon. They include reports of seeing areas on the moon’s surface with strange colors, streaks of light, the appearance of mists, or even possible volcanic activity. It also indicates that there is evidence of ancient structures that were detected up by Lunar Orbiter II in 1966.
The document reports that there is an obelisk-shaped object on the moon that is a staggering 1.5 miles high. There is also a 5 mile high tower located in the Sinus Medii region of the Moon.
There are also blinking lights seen in craters and very bright flashed coming off the Moon.
With all of these possible ancient anomalous structures on the Moon, it is not too far-fetched to understand that a large abandoned satellite orbiting the earth like Black Knight could exist.
In February of 1974, science fiction author Phillip K. Dick claimed that he was being contacted from a computer probe that he claimed it was from the future. Once again he heard an electronic voice that called itself Valis. Dick claimed that he was hit by a pink beam of light. It happened while opening the door to the delivery girl from the pharmacy. When asked what VALIS meant Dick had mentioned that a metallic voice claiming to be a probe from the future called itself a Vast Artificial Living Intelligence System.
VALIS helped the author turn his life around with highly-accurate advice, provided a range of deep mystical insights and even found him a new literary agent to help give his career a boost. However, in the wake of his contact with VALIS, Dick found his mail opened, his phone tapped, his house broken into and himself under surveillance from shadowy government agents and individuals connected to companies conducting scientific research for the US Department of Defense.
Until his death in 1982, Dick struggled to understand what had happened to him, writing more than two million words of a document called Exegesis that tried to analyze much of what VALIS had revealed. While he had many theories about the nature of his experience, one of the strongest was the one portrayed in his 1980 novel, VALIS. In the book, VALIS is suggested to be a sentient computer from the future in orbit around Earth, beaming messages to selected individuals.
Could this computer probe be the Black Knight? Was it the same probe that sent signals to Nikola Tesla in 1899?
An object photographed in 1998 during the STS-88 mission has been widely claimed to be the Black Knight satellite. However, there have been statements given by skeptics like James Oberg that state that it could be a lost thermal blanket.
Pepsi’s latest video is about the ancient Black Knight satellite sending a message to Earth. The protagonists who decode the message seek to unite the world in anticipation of the Black Knight’s revelation to Earth.
Relying on support from communities around the world, those who found the message race against time to decode the signals and respond before the government attempts to shut them down.
Weeks after the release of the film, astronomers picked up five mysterious unidentified radio signals and are baffled as to where they are coming from and what is making them.
The “fast radio bursts” included one “double signal” never heard before and have left astronomers buzzing with excitement over the possibility of it being a message with alien origins.
Only 11 of the unidentified transient radio pulses have been recorded before around the world.
It is the curious new double blast – which was accompanied by four “singles” – which has baffled astronomers analyzing data from the Parkes Radio Telescope in New South Wales, Australia.
The discovery is being compared in significance to the recording of the “Wow Signal” – a strong narrowband radio wave found by Jerry Ehman in 1977.
That radio burst, picked up by the Big Ear radio telescope of The Ohio State University in the United States, bore all the expected hallmarks of non-terrestrial origin but has not been detected since.
We know that signals like this will eventually be dismissed as frequencies from microwave ovens or janitors sweeping the dishes of the radio telescope.
However, we have been sweeping the heaven’s for signals for decades. With so many wrong numbers we get trying to phone the E.T.’s, there has to be at least one where they answer. The most amazing thing is the connection may not be all that far from home.