Now, these two links were shared with me by Mr. S.R., and when I read them, I had to do a bit of a doubletake. For one thing, I read the second link below first, and then I read the first link below after reading the second one. Thus, when I read the second link, I thought, "So what, just another alleged 'insider' saying the usual sensational things without much specific (in fact, with no specific) detail." Except, in the case of this insider, Wayne Hale, he really is, or rather, was an "insider," having worked for NASA in a variety of positions, many of them having to do with propulsion systems. Then I read the second link, and one or two things made me realize why Mr. S.R. had sent them together. As you read these, bear in mind the statements allegedly made by Mr. Ben Rich, late head of the Lockheed-Martin Skunk works, to the effect that we had "found an error in the equations," and that "now we can take ET home." Recall, as well, the arguments of Dr. Harold "Sonny" White, that warp drive might be just barely within the feasibility of human achievement, and recall DARPA's own "100 year goal" to have the USA "warp capable" in a century, for it would seem that DARPA's space ambitions might be another example of "full spectrum dominance."

5 New Space Programs on DARPA’s Agenda, But Funding Down

Peeking Behind the Curtain

Among the first article's list of wild and weird DARPA space projects, the two that really caught my eye were these:

  • Optical Aperture Self-assembly in Space, or OASIS, which calls for constructing large optical apertures from smaller, modular components that have self-organized in orbit.
  • Robotic Servicing of Geostationary Satellites, which builds on nearly a decade’s worth of agency work to establish a robotics operation in geosynchronous orbit to perform servicing tasks.

Self-assembling "optical apertures" of a large nature? What are we talking about here? Optical apertures for large space-based telescopes? And why would DARPA be interested in those? Perhaps as long-range detection and warning systems? (It is, after all, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency). Or are these large optical apertures for enormous directed energy weapons? In either case, the ability to "self assemble" such things would be a clear boon.

Now, with that in mind, consider this bit of technological wizardry already accomplished by   - you guessed it - DARPA, shared with us by another individual, Mr. S.D.:
Quadriplegic woman flies F-35 with nothing but her thoughts
Now note what DARPA has been able to achieve:

"Scheuermann—who is quadriplegic because of an hereditary genetic disease—was recruited by DARPA for its robotics programs. Scientists and doctors implanted electrodes in the left motor cortex of her brain in 2012 to allow her to control a robotic arm, which she did successfully. But she's not using the robotic arms to control the joystick in the Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II simulator used for the tests. She is controlling the plane with "nothing but her thoughts," according to Prabhakar, pure neural signaling:

"Instead of thinking about controlling a joystick, which is what our ace pilots do when they're driving this thing, Jan's thinking about controlling the airplane directly. For someone who's never flown—she's not a pilot in real life—she's flying that simulator directly from her neural signaling."

In other words, DARPA has demonstrated the capability to control and fly and airplane, and a complicated military one at that, solely through thought, no human motor-mechanical skills needed. Would such a capability be useful for building "self-assemblining large optical apertures from smaller, modular components that have self-organized in orbit"? Answer: indubitably.

So in the context of (1) remote-control and assembly of large modular space components (for large optical apertures, remember), (2) one hundred year stated goals of warp-capability, (3) weird statements from a former late head of Lockheed-Martin's skunk works about errors in the equations, and so on, we now come to these statements from Mr. Hale:

"While I’d like to blog about what my clients are doing, well, you will just have to wait for them to tell you themselves; I’m not authorized

"But what I can tell you is that it’s amazing. There are so many organizations working on so many aspects of space flight: new vehicles, new engines, new capabilities. Whew. I don’t know if they are all going to make it but I’m sure at least some of them will. There is a renaissance coming in space travel. Some of it is from the government, yes, but a lot of it is not. Some of it is coming from garage shop inventors and some of it is coming from the biggest industrial corporations, and a lot of it is coming from folks in between. Much of the really interesting advances won’t be the big jobs programs that the politicians like. If you are a politician and want to help the space program – you can send money, but better to open doors to private industry, remove barriers, reduce red tape. Now that made me sound like I read the Wall Street Journal too much. Lest you think I’ve gone over to the ‘anything goes’ camp, I will quickly say that there is a very real place for the government to make sure that adequate safety precautions are followed. Not exactly like what is done for airliners, but something more fitted to this new, higher risk, higher energy field.
"Anyway, I’ve got to say it’s been a great ride: all those years working on the forefront of the big government space programs, and now helping all the industry geniuses break through to the future.
"Just stand by.
"You will be amazed."(All emphases added.)

A renaissance in space travel, compared to the "dark ages" of the 1940s to the close of the shuttle era? Garage shop inventors? A need for government safety regulations in this "new, higher risk, higher energy field?" I don't know about you, but it does not sound like Mr. Hale is talking exclusively about rockets... In fact, I don't know about you, but it sounds to me as if we're being gently prepared, over the past few weeks, with all the strange space news, for some heavy duty changes in our culture, science, and society over the next several years.

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. Blue Dragon Lord on April 5, 2015 at 1:37 pm

    One of the interesting projects is the self repairing station for ships up there and another is the multi-lens idea these are of special interest as they say more than meets the eye for example they must be expecting lots of damaged ships soon this must be the 3 squadrons of saucer ships that the USA have out there so that is 45 ships to save you wondering these solar wardens they fly around up there protecting you all or were they the ones to play the role of false flag attack on Earth oh dear was that another secret oops. But the Lens by it very implication is also or easy repair which linked with the other make sense now but they will be able to see much more detail now are they looking out into the solar system or down on the planet as that was the simple question asked why 40% of the surveliance satellites are looking out and not as one would think down just interesting i guess.

  2. yankee phil on March 27, 2015 at 5:22 am

    Thought controlled flight is more than 40 years old. Reading thought with out verbalization is more than 60 years old. This was the technology used in the MK ULTRA program that started in the 60’s to be used on the public,who knows how long it was used in the laboratories or in Regimes like Hitlers. In the 70’s when they started to install this equipement in flying aircraft it was difficult for the pilot to stay focused and hard to stop random thoughts from springing up in the middle of a flight so they had to make software to assist and monitor the pilots thoughts and keep the aircraft flying within its flight envelope limitations. When they finally start using this technology for people instead of armies the blind will see and the crippled will walk. I’ve been waiting 37 years for the government to turn humane with the technology,I hope this is a ray of light coming through the clouds.

  3. Rickster on March 26, 2015 at 11:53 am

    Interesting Clint Eastwood made a movie called Foxfire in 1982 about this very thing, a mind controlled mig he had to steal from the Russians. In the movie he was hired for the job as an ex military pilot because he spoke Russian giving him the ability to fly it out of Russia and giving it to the US. It’s often said Hollywood telegraphs the future in the movies, if it is indeed true this movie would fit the bill.

  4. old97polarcat on March 26, 2015 at 9:35 am

    My guess is we’re not far from a more-detailed “limited hangout” from the corrupt NASA/JPL crew about their actual inventory of space vehicles and capabilities, and along with it a similar limted hangout about Mars. This man’s two accounts sound like an effort both to prepare people for that hangout and to spin the act of operating a secret space program in a positive “garage inventors” direction and away from the breakaway civilization direction.

  5. Robert Barricklow on March 25, 2015 at 10:47 am

    He’d certainly be “Amazed”…
    if he really knew 1/2 what they’re holding back.

  6. marcos toledo on March 25, 2015 at 9:22 am

    Yes the disabled woman flying the F-35 with her thoughts shades of the Jedi-Sith old sci-fi meme The old Krell civilization without instruments anyone. As for the budget for this you know it’s gone black not down. Just wondering what other goodies our elites have had under rapes since the last third of the 19th century. By the way do you have any thoughts on the crash of that easy to fly German passenger airliner the other day good old CIA job maybe just speculating.

    • Blue Dragon Lord on March 25, 2015 at 12:45 pm

      She was on 60 minutes TV show some time ago as having the brain implant on top of her head as i recall moving robotic arm squeezing a tennis ball and shaking hands with the presenter.

  7. Aridzonan_13 on March 25, 2015 at 9:18 am

    It will be interesting to see how the sell the re-invention of the wheel / anti-gravitics. Where there will be a critical amount of people that will realize that anti-gravitic propulsion has been fact since Klatu told Gort to barenga out of here. They are trying very hard to thread the needle with this one. And I don’t believe Joe Public is going to buy it.

  8. DanaThomas on March 25, 2015 at 8:38 am

    The look-mom-no-hands flight mode was already said to have been achieved with eye movements. And the neural control method seems to make all this talk about brain implants superfluous (or does it…).
    Well, for some years now according to UFO rumors some “craft” are “flown” (or should we say dimension-shifted?) using mind-machine interfacing, or biological machines. These rumors might simply hint at real research being done down here on Earth.
    There is one sad thing about this jet fighter story: the breakaway crowd using a disabled person to test a deadly weapon. But on the other hand, since “we are many, they are few”, a massive neural circuit of compassion could and maybe is tipping the balance.

    • DanaThomas on March 25, 2015 at 8:43 am

      The space program headline “but funding down” is of course meaningless if what Farrell, Fitts and Dolan say about hidden finance is even just 50% true.

      • Blue Dragon Lord on March 26, 2015 at 1:22 pm

        perhaps they do not need any more funding as the project has been completed for anti gravity engines and the ships they fly in is actually the simple answer.

  9. basta on March 25, 2015 at 6:12 am

    Back in the day, when I first “went down the rabbit hole” and began seriously reading on alternative topics, UFOs among them, one thing always stuck with me, which was that it was claimed that the EBEs who crashed at Roswell piloted the craft by thought. There were even photos of the supposed control panel, which was nothing more than a spidery (six-fingered) hand print embossed on what looked liked a sheet of aluminum. So there you go…

    As for propulsion tech, I think it is high time that the black ops propulsion systems are made available to everyone. When people look at me askance when I mention them, I like to point out that it took roughly sixty years from a wood and canvas contraption to a pressurized aluminum fuselage with jet engine propulsion. Another sixty years on and we are STILL flying in that same pressurized soda can with jets stapped to its wings, and with worse food and even less legroom. Time stands still? I think not; TPTB simply glued the hands to the clock face.

    • Guygrr on March 25, 2015 at 8:22 am

      I always mention to people, “NASA landed on the moon in 1969, 66 years after the Wright brothers first “flight” (more like a glide in my opinion, but I digress). Do you think they’ve been sitting on their hands for close to 50 years?” That usually sets their wheels turning. As egotistical as it is sounds, I still plan to throw a grand “I told you so” party, possibly Star Wars themed (costumes required), when the time comes… That is, if the breakaways don’t piss off the wrong people out there and destroy our planet in the process.

      • basta on March 25, 2015 at 11:07 am

        Sounds like a fun party; hope you get to throw it in our lifetimes !

        Personally, I prefer to reference a Boeing 707 rather than Apollo 11 (same era), as I have no idea if Armstrong and Aldrin really did land on the moon–though I am a sympathetic agnostic. However, I am sure that if Apollo really did happen, it was done with exactly the black propulsion systems this guy is hinting at. No way the LEM could have worked otherwise… and this alone would do a great deal to explain all those persistent anomalies in the Apollo “record,” such as it is. So, on balance, I think Apollo probably happened, but not at all like Never-A-Straight-Answer said it did.

        As for those goofballs destroying the planet, I really don’t think they have one-tenth the range of action they think they do. It’s like Russian dolls, and they are only the second layer of many overlords.

        • Blue Dragon Lord on March 25, 2015 at 12:56 pm

          Now this 100 years they are talking about when do you guess they actually starting counting that 80, or 90 years ago perhaps all this action and openly talking about these things is surely as the big man said all too convenient and not an without cause these guys do not say much but when they do it has all ready happened usually.

    • DownunderET on March 25, 2015 at 12:50 pm

      Hi Basta:
      I’m sure your right about the Roswell crash. I remember Phillip Corso mentioning in his book, that one of the artifacts they found was a “headband” of some sort which they thought was used to pilot the craft by “thought”. Who knows what DARPA has come up with, these crazy scientists are just as likely to make ground braking scientific discoveries, AND then tell nobody about them, the breakaway civilization marches on.

      • Blue Dragon Lord on March 26, 2015 at 2:02 am

        I read somewhere that these grays who they say were in the two Roswell craft did not have vocal cords perhaps it is also an extension of that but logical the mind works faster for the quick response than the hand eye or even voice command reaction time so i also think this is correct but instead of marching ahead it has been a slow crawl.

        • Bobanonymous on April 2, 2015 at 9:28 pm

          V2K (Voice to skull) technology is many decades old, giving the appearance of telepathy, but the machine interface is relatively new, I think, within the last thirty years or so. But if we are at the public level of brain-machine interface, how far ahead of the public is the Breakaway civilization? Doesw anyone out there knowhow to talkto Dr. Farrell directly?

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