MARS: REMOTE VIEWING, LOCKHEED-MARTIN AND HIGH OCTANE SPECULATIONMarch 11, 2018
Mr. V.T. spotted this one, and it's one of those things I have to speculate about, because I've speculated both in blogs and in my book The Cosmic War: Interplanetary Warfare, Modern Physics, and Ancient Texts about its main subject matter - Mars - before. Here's the story(note, the first story is from July, 2017, and the second from March 6, 2018):
My concern for the first stage of today's high octane speculation concerns the second article, this this little revelation:
hat being said, we recently came across some interesting documents regarding Mars via the Stargate files. As mentioned above, remote viewing was not limited to distance. The viewer could be trying to determine what’s in the next room, or the contents of an envelope they were given, or they could be tasked to remote view, not only another countries defence installations, but planets like Jupiter, as mentioned above, the moon, and now we know that the same thing happened on Mars.
Now what intrigues me here is the time frame being mentioned by this targeted remote viewing session: approximately 1 million years BC. For those who've read my Cosmic War, I noted that the former US Naval Observatory astronomer, the late Dr. Tom Van Flandern, posited dates for the explosion of a now-missing-planet in our solar system's asteroid belt of 65 million, and 3.2 million years ago (the latter being my preferred date, for various reasons articulated in my book). What's intriguing is the relationship of this date to whatever cataclysm Mars may have suffered in its distant past, and 1 million years ago is certainly more in the ball-park of 3.2 million years ago than 65 million years ago. But I also pointed out in my book that other researchers - Dr. Mark Carloto, one time collaborator with Mr. Richard Hoagland on the Mars Project, and Mr. Hoagland himself on occasion - had speculated on dates even later than 1 million years ago. In their case, they argued that various celestial alignments memorialized in the "Cydonia ruins" and other factors pointed to a date of approximately 650,000 years BC. That date, it should be noted, would be much easier to square with the Mesopotamian and Egyptian "king's lists", which indicate dates of "when the gods came to earth" or approximately 250,000 years BC. The underlying assumption of my speculations then, and now, is of course that all of these events - the explosion of the missing planet, the concussion of Mars, the "coming down to Earth of the gods" or the arrival of the "Nephilim and sons of God" of Genesis 6 - are all connected and part of one overarching scenario. That assumption has tended to carry with it, in the alternative research community, the idea that all these events are parts of one phase or act within that drama, but they may indeed point to different phases or acts in that drama. While I still tend to the view that they are components of one act or phase, these caveats must be mentioned.
With that said, it's now time to introduce the second component of today's high octane speculation with this article or March 7, 2018 shared by Mr. T.M.:
Here's what piqued my interest:
Lockheed Martin is one of several legacy companies working to be a part of future Mars missions, while SpaceX and its founder Elon Musk are pushing to begin colonizing Marsas early as 2022. Despite the newcomers, Lockheed Martin CEO Marillyn Hewson is undaunted in her outlook for the company's future in space.
Hewson pointed to two of Lockheed Martin's ongoing projects for NASA as backing for her declaration that the company will remain on any future Mars missions: the InSight lander and the Orion deep space capsule. The former is set to launch this May, while the latter awaits its firstflight aboard the Space Launch System rocket in 2020.
InSight will assess "the environment of Mars," Hewson noted, while Orion is not anticipated to make the trip to Mars until after several SLS flights. The deep space capsule will fly uncrewed until at least 2022, when the second SLS mission is expected to take four astronauts around the moon.
"Someday, it'll be going to Mars," Hewson said of Orion.
Now as I pointed out in last week's blogs, the presence of Lockheed-Martin in the InSight project raises a number of speculative red flags, for as I noted, InSight is designed to probe beneath the Martian surface. This could have two very likely possibilities, neither mutually exclusive: (1) a search for sub-surface life or indications of life on that planet, and (2) a search for possible sub-surface structures. The Lockheed-Martin company would certainly be the company to lend its expertise in either category. But putting this more recent statement that Lockheed means to be "on every Mars mission" into all this context, including the context of ancient wars and Martian ruins and remote viewing projects of ancient Mars, then this means not only that "they're looking for something," but that they expect to find something (based on those remote viewing sessions), and that what they expect to find is of a national security-defense related matter. Hence, Lockheed-Martin's "presence."
That much, I suspect, most readers of this website have already concluded on their own. But there's a possible deeper layer here, for as always, I suspect that ancient and medieval templates are in play. And herewith my most outrageous high octane speculation of the day. In my book The Financial Vipers of Venice, I noted that there is a body of evidence - including statements from the famed late medieval Turkish admiral Piri Reis and Queen Isabella herself - that would indicate that Columbus' "voyage of discovery" was not, as the official spin would have it, a voyage to find an alternative route to the spice islands of the Orient, but that it was intended ab initio as a voyage of discovery of the New World. And as such, it was not even a voyage of discovery, since there is some indication that Columbus, among others, had undertaken secret voyages to the New World prior to his "voyage of discovery". It was, rather, a sort of contrived exercise, a voyage of revelation rather than a voyage of discovery, a carefully managed bit of theater to disclose to the wider European public what certain people in the papacy, in certain monarchies, and in certain Italian city-states like Genoa and Venice, already knew to be there. It was a secret they could keep no longer with the growth of private seafaring capabilities, so they had to regain control of the narrative, and of the process of the exploitation of those discoveries. Genoese bankers and the Spanish monarchy partnered to create a precedent in international law to lay claim to the vast riches of the New World. France, the Netherlands, and England followed shortly thereafter.
Something like that process of a "voyage of revelation" is, I believe, at work here, for if one considers the other body of evidence and argument that more exotic forms of space propulsion have been around for some time, it stands to reason that some sort of space-faring version of the Templars might, indeed, have been voyaging to New Worlds long before such things become matters of course and public record. One might go so far as to say that perhaps some modern version of a Prince Henry Sinclair has discovered some modern version of Martian Miqmaq Indians, who reveal to him books in Latin that some predecessor left behind...