"Anything you can imagine; we already know how to do."

Updated: Oct 31, 2020

The beginning quote was by Ben Rich of Lockheed Martin in1993.

Edgar Dean Mitchell was born in Hereford, Texas in 1930. Mr. Michell has a Ph.D. in aeronautics and astronautics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, is a former NASA astronaut and holds the record for the longest Moonwalk, more than nine hours. Mr. Michell was the pilot of the Apollo 14 lunar module which landed near Fra Mauro crater on February 5th, 1971.

In a radio interview from England on July 23 on the Kerrang Radio show with Nick Margerrison, Mr. Mitchell shocked the host by saying that the U.S. government did recover wreckage from a crashed alien craft along with alien bodies in Roswell, NM, in 1947.

In July of this year, it will have been 73 years since that discovery at Roswell, NM, and it is still officially denied. Why? Initially, due to the fact that it was felt the public might panic at such an announcement.

Of course, the military and the politicians did not panic, and they are recruited from the general populace. Like most individuals who witness such extraordinary events, they were amazed, fascinated, and frightened at the prospect of a highly advanced alien civilization.

The world's people could have handled such an announcement. After all, much of the world's population have coped with world wars, floods, famine, devastating earthquakes, hurricanes, the prospect of nuclear annihilation and survived.

What such an announcement could have done is lift human consciousness to a new level. It could have united the world as a single race with a common purpose. That purpose is to meet a common challenge in the discovery that the human race is not alone in this vast universe and to embrace an extraordinary opportunity for humanity.

At the time the military believed that the alien craft may have been a scout ship and perhaps only recently discovered our planet. Naturally, the military leadership suspected that the aliens could be hostile and needed time to learn all they could about the aliens and their technological capabilities.

After more than 72 years, it is now widely accepted that the alien beings have been around long before mankind developed civilization on this planet, that they are not militarily aggressive, however, more scientifically oriented and if they had wanted to conquer our world, they could have easily done so.

Human beings, however, are militaristic and the Pentagon and the military-industrial complex have used the alien technology to their advantage. The 'black' budget has been used to fund many projects to research italien technology and engineer what they could and develop it for military purposes.

Reportedly a "new" physics has been discovered and the unified field theory has been completed. That too is being kept under the tightest of security.

Marion Williams, a former CIA officer who had spent time at Area 51 during the 1970s, confided to a friend just before he died of cancer that the B-2 Stealth bomber incorporated anti-gravity design principles recovered from the alien craft discovered at Roswell. Imagine that! Do we now know how to overcome gravity?

An American physicist, Thomas Townsend Brown, was the first to demonstrate anti-gravity propulsion as early as 1950. In 1953 or '54, in the presence of a group of admirals at Pearl Harbor, Brown flew two metallic disks tethered to a 50-foot pole inside a gymnasium achieving speeds that were several hundreds of miles an hour.

This science is known as electrogravitics. It uses high static voltages in conjunction with high k dielectrics to create a gravity 'hill' and gravity 'well' to propel the craft forward. It was probably due to Townsend Brown's own anti-gravity research that scientists were able to understand and back-engineer the alien craft's propulsion system in a relatively short time.

There is an extraordinary world of technology buried deep within these 'black' projects that the American public has paid for, however, are not allowed to benefit from it. Scientists working within these 'black' projects have estimated that the technology being used is 50 to 100 years in advance of what is now commercially available.

Many scientists, military as well as civilian personnel, have come forward in recent years to give oral and video testimony to what they have seen and done. They are deeply concerned in regard to what is being kept from the American public. They also recognize that this technology could solve many problems that the world now faces and in good conscience they can no longer remain silent. Many of these individuals were interviewed by "The Disclosure Project" which is produced by Steven M. Greer, MD.

In 1993, Ben Rich, the man who led the team at the world-famous Lockheed Skunk Works that developed the F-117 Stealth Fighter, said the following in a speech he gave at his alma mater, UCLA:

"We already have the means to travel among the stars, but these technologies are locked up in black projects, and it would take an act of God to even get them out to benefit humanity. ...Anything you can imagine; we already know how to do."

The time is long overdue for the truth to be acknowledged and there is no better time for our nation's economy or for future generations who will confront the greatest challenges to their survival ever faced by humankind.

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