Mr. G.B. shared this story about NASA's SLS booster system of rockets, and in the wake of the strange space news coming out, it's worth sharing here, especially as the news concerning space has seemed to emphasize the collateralization and commercialization model we've been exploring on this site, and especially as some countries (Japan in particular), have released stories concerning their plans to build solar-microwave powerplants based either in Earth orbit or on the Moon. Construction and maintenance of such platforms will require a heavy lift launch capability (If one is wedded to the idea of the latest chemical and pump updates to ancient Chinese rocket technology), and that will require boosters.

Here's the story, and note as one scrolls down the article the comparison graph of the two new launch vehicles on the left, comparing the new rockets to Apollo's old Saturn V and the Space Shuttle system:

NASA's New Mega-Rocket, Orion Capsule on Track for Future Test Flights

Now, for those who do not think there is any hidden or secret technology, much less a full-blown hidden "secret space program," the announcement will come as corroboration: after all, why bother building and testing such massive rockets if in fact other more viable and practical propulsion technologies exist? The argument is a simple one and formost people, a compelling one. Yet, it only works by dismissing or ignoring a growing body of evidence that something is amiss with the global Rocket Theater.

On the other side of this equation, for those who think there is such a capability, howsoever rudimentary and secret it may be, the story will be seen as more of the same theater that we were treated to during the 1950s-1970s.  For my own part, I adhere to this second school of thought, and that for a very simple set of reasons.

We may begin by pointing out - yet again - that NASA's own study, commissioned in the 1950s, and known popularly as The Brookings Report, made clear and explicit reference to the development of technologies under way in its day that would spell the end of the chemical rocket, specifically, various forms of fusion engines, ion propulsion, and, most significantly, something it referred to as "magneto-hyrdo-dynamic drives," a reference, perhaps, to the work of T.T. Brown and others. Brown is, of course, the darling of both camps, for the first portrays him as an eccentric crank, and the second as an unsung genius. What cannot be gainsaid is that Mr. Paul Schatzkin, whose work I reference in Covert Wars and the Clash of Civilizations, has made a good prima facie case that Brown was neither, and that he was involved in black projects research.

A more sobering account of the situation was gathered together in an excellent study by Dr. Paul LaViolette, in his book Secrets of Antigravity Propulsion: Tesla, UFOs, and Classified Aerospace Technology(available through my website's webstore, incidentally). Any attempt to review this thoroughly-researched and detailed and well-argued book would be impossible here, but it's worth pointing out its thirteenth chapter, titled "Black Hole Discovered at NASA." But for that part of the story, we'll have to wait until tomorrow...

See you on the flip side...


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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. johnycomelately on June 1, 2014 at 8:15 pm

    Having witnessed a vehicle fly off into the atmosphere and split into two, my guess is that the technology might be a two staged propulsion system.

    First stage old school chemical rockets and the second stage electro gravitic when it is out of sight.

    Best way to hide something is to keep it plain sight.

    Interestingly most free energy devices based on momentum amplification rely on an initial ‘push’ to get the system going.

    • Joseph P. Farrell on June 1, 2014 at 8:32 pm

      Actually johnycomelately, that’s also what I think is going on…! I’ve thought the same thing about Apollo.

  2. DownunderET on June 1, 2014 at 3:25 pm

    NASA again huh, I wonder how many NASA employees apply to Lockheed for jobs, must be boring working for a limp organization like NASA.
    Of course this will go on for years to come, and NASA will continue to put out disinformation as it tries to show the world that they are the “exceptional” space agency of the world.
    Ben Rich must be up there somewhere laughing his a** off.

  3. marshallgeese on June 1, 2014 at 11:06 am

    Wasn’t Jimmy Carter a nuclear engineer involved with the MHD project before he was in politics?

    • Lost on June 2, 2014 at 6:54 am

      He was a sub commander for a while–when the Navy was beginning to use nuclear power.

      Magneto Hydro Dynamics, at least officially, makes too much noise and leaves a trail of gas bubbles, so isn’t useful for keeping a sub quiet and undetected. Various boats driven with it have been built since the 1960s.

      I’m stuck by the term “magneto”–that’s significantly different than the work T. T. Brown is supposed to have pursued. And magnetism isn’t known for creating gas bubbles in liquids–whereas high voltage would.

  4. marcos toledo on June 1, 2014 at 9:58 am

    We have three of these retro-Apollo command capsules Orion four man crew, Boeing CT-100 four man crew. Dragon V2 seven man crew the best of the three reusable capsule, rocket Soyuz landing on ground not water like the first two. But as I said before this back to the future technology is a costly Rube Goldberg circus. Remember the X-15 it was doing Mach 5 when it was officially cancelled then there is the rumored Aurora Mach 6 pulse engine. God knows what other techno goodies our government have under raps we paid for if we want a decent space program the government needs to come clean with us and move forward.

    • Robert Barricklow on June 1, 2014 at 1:01 pm

      I suppose the “costs plus” Potemkin Reality, keeping the Hoi Polloi in check; is worth it, as the oligarch know those cost$ will never come close to touching themselves: The Untouchables. (I wonder what they’re called in India?)

  5. basta on June 1, 2014 at 9:46 am

    The vast number of witnesses who describe black triangles, orbs and other rather “mundane” or run-of-the-mill advanced antigravity-powered objects is proof enough that lots of what passes for UFOs are indeed of terrestrial origin.

    Add to that to the scientific literature–or rather lack thereof– and NASA’s extreme disinterest in developing a replacement for the shuttles and reliance on aging Russian rocket technology for launching astronauts into space and there is your answer plain as day.

    I saw a rather large metallic orb zip by overhead last summer (it was the size of a car and only about 1000 feet up and zipping/jittering along at about 2-4000 mph).

    I was so underwhelmed by the experience that I forgot to tell friends until days later that I’d seen my first “UFO.” Well, I know that ET wasn’t scrunched inside that overgrown Sputnik; it had all the hallmarks of what you’d expect from human-engineered tech–and frankly the secret that we have this stuff is so badly hidden that it’s “secret” in name only.

  6. Robert Barricklow on June 1, 2014 at 8:24 am

    It makes no cent$ and/or sense, when the technologies do exist that are much more efficient and much less expensive; & everybody knows it. The Saturn Rockets are winked t, like the Kennedy magic bullet. So it becomes a Potemkin financial vehicle hiding the black projects going on behind the mainstream media facade.

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