Part 3 – U. K. Engineer Describes Some Real NASA Secrets.

 “For several years prior to fiscal year 1962, the Air Force had studied a proposed satellite inspector (SAINT) system, which would examine unidentified objects in space and determine their characteristics, capabilities or intent.”

—  July 2015 FOIA-released NRO document from June 1966 archived in the USAF Historical Division Liaison Office entitled, “The Air Force in Space. Fiscal Year 1962,” that identifies SAINT as an acronym for Satellite Inspector

We are indeed in conflict with various alien beings — some of which are cybernetic. We continue to lose many good men to this quiet ‘conflict.’ Different types of alien craft have been located on Earth, the moon and on Mars. Some alien craft we still can’t penetrate or board.”

U. S. Navy Special Ops analyst to Earthfiles, December 2018Click for report.

Tune In January 17, 2019 LIVE PHENOMENON Radio

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Tune In January 17, 2019 LIVE PHENOMENON Radio  with co-hosts Linda Moulton Howe, Reporter and Editor of Earthfiles.com, and retired USAF Tech Sgt. John Burroughs. Our guest will be Nick Redfern, author of a January 2019 published book entitled:  AREA 51: The Revealing Truth of UFOs, Secret Aircraft, Cover-Ups & Conspiracies. 

His 400-page book include chapters ranging from “Something’s On the Moon” to “Secrets, Souls and Area 51” to “Area 51’s Underground Realms” to “Supernatural Dangers.” We will dig into all of it!

Part 1: Trying to Separate Facts from Fiction in Strange Jon Lavine Tale

“Is it possible that during the evolution of NASA’s space programs that the CIA was actively controlling leaks with MKULTRA methods? Is Lavine’s now 71-year-old mind incapable of telling the difference between implanted false memories and real truths from nearly 50 years ago?”

–  Linda Moulton Howe, Reporter and Editor, Earthfiles.com, Albuquerque, New MexicoClick for report.

China’s Chang’e-4 Made History Today By Landing On The Far Side of the Moon

China’s Chang'e-4 lunar rover is now moving on the back side of the moon after landing at 10:26 AM Thursday, Beijing time, on January 3, 2019, in what Chinese scientists call the flattest spot at the moon's South Pole. It's the huge Von Karman crater that is 1,553 miles wide (2,500 km) and 8 miles (13 km) deep. Image by China National Space Administration (CNSA).
China’s Chang'e-4 lunar rover is now moving on the back side of the moon in the large Von Karman crater at the South Pole after landing at 10:26 AM Thursday, Beijing time, on January 3, 2019.  Chinese scientists say the crater is the flattest spot to try a safe landing.  Image by China National Space Administration (CNSA).

 

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See Amazing First Ultima Thule Photos Unlike Anything Ever Seen Before in Our Solar System! — — —  Then Tomorrow China’s Chang’e-4 Robotic Spacecraft Will Try Landing On Moon’s Far Side.

“Chang’e-4 will be humanity’s first landed exploration of the lunar far side. The challenge faced by a far side mission is communications. With no view of Earth, there is no way to establish a direct radio link. So a relay satellite named Queqiao was launched to the LaGrange Point between Earth and the Moon in May 2018 to orbit 40,000 miles (65,000 km) from the lunar surface and can communicate with ground stations in China.”

– Dr Long Xiao, China University of Geosciences, Wuhan, ChinaClick for report.

New Year’s Eve Update On Gatwick — Police Still Baffled and No Drone Suspects.

“I don’t think we have found the drone responsible for this at this time. But I am absolutely certain that there was a drone flying throughout the period that the airport was closed.”

— Chief Constable Giles York of Sussex Police, Brighton and Hove, England, to U. K.’s BBC Radio on Dec. 28, 2018

Gatwick Airport is about 29 miles south of London, England, the second busiest airport in the United Kingdom.
Gatwick Airport is about 29 miles south of London, England, the second busiest airport in the United Kingdom. From December 19 to 21, 2018, it was shutdown off and on because of “drone reports” over the airport.

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