DRONES SWARM LANGLEY AIR FORCE BASE

There's a story out that that grabbed my attention because it was shared with me no less than three times by three people who each had their own "take" on what may be going on. those three - S.C.G., T.S., and B.W. - get our thanks for the lead story this week. And before we dive into that story, you should know something: I had difficulty figuring out whether to file this story under "Nazi International" or "UFO", and chose the latter, but not because of any strong leaning toward one or another of the interpretive alternatives, but rather because this coming Wednesday's blog will definitely be filed under the former.

So with that said, you may have missed this story about drones "swarming" Langley Air Force Base in December of last year:

Mysterious Drones Swarmed Langley AFB For Weeks

Here's the story in a nutshell, from the first four paragraphs::

angley Air Force Base, located in one of the most strategic areas of the country, across the Chesapeake Bay from the sprawling Naval Station Norfolk and the open Atlantic, was at the epicenter of waves of mysterious drone incursions that occurred throughout December. The War Zone has been investigating these incidents and the response to them for months. We know that they were so troubling and persistent that they prompted bringing in advanced assets from around the U.S. government, including one of NASA's WB-57F high-flying research planes. Now the U.S. Air Force has confirmed to us that they did indeed occur and provided details on the timeframe and diversity of drones involved.

This spate of bizarre drone incursions deeply underscores the still-growing threats that uncrewed aerial systems present on and off traditional battlefields, and to military and critical civilian infrastructure, issues The War Zone has been highlighting in great detail for years.

"To protect operational security, we do not discuss impacts to operations," the statement added. "We don’t discuss our specific force protection measures but retain the right to protect the installation. Langley continues to monitor our air space and work with local law enforcement and other federal agencies to ensure the safety of base personnel, facilities, and assets."

Oh...and in case you missed it, there is this intriguing little bit of information buried further down in the article, where, no doubt, the military hoped you'd miss it:

"NORAD has been conducting its routine mission of aerospace warning and aerospace control. ... [we] can confirm we conducted flight activities over Virginia various times over the past couple weeks," a spokesperson from the NORAD/NORTHCOM public affairs office told The War Zone at the time. "USNORTHCOM has been coordinating with [the] FBI, as is consistent with the combatant command’s coordinating role, but I have to refer you to [the] FBI on the nature of that law enforcement issue."

... and here's also this even more intriguing bit of information:

It is important to note that this is not the first time that Langley and other U.S. military bases across the country, including outlying U.S. territories, as well as critical civilian infrastructure, have been subjected to mysterious drone overflights. U.S. warships have also been swarmed off the coasts of the United States. U.S. military aircraft are also routinely encountering drones in various test and training ranges and other restricted military operating areas. America's nuclear power plants have had very troubling encounters with drone swarms. Yet the frequency and nature of the incursions in Virginia sound eerily similar to the bizarre claims of unidentified drone swarms roving over the plains of Colorado in the Winter of 2019-2020. The government response to those incidents was something of a meek sideshow compared to what clearly occurred regarding the Langley incidents — a sign of just how much more serious these incidents are being taken.  (Italicized emphasis added)

Now you're no doubt thinking what I'm thinking, and what SCG, BW, and TS were each thinking when they emailed this same story to me. Two of them - SCG and BW - even included a brief and basic description of who they thought was responsible in the light of the article's suspicious lack of information on that subject, suspicious because with the NASA aircraft invoivement, no doubt photos and videos of the drones have been taken and analyzed, and a potential suspect or suspects already hypothesized. So in the absence of the military's own conclusions, we are left to speculate.

There are, it seems to me, three major lines of speculative possibility: (1) the military is laying in order to prepare yet another narrative and potentially a false flag. If you're the type that thinks that our government or military would never lie in aid of preparing a narrative in aid of a false flag operation then (cough hack wheeze) I have several bridges in Manhattan for sale, cheap; (2) Some portion of the drones may not be drones at all, but UFOs.  Here the article is clear in its repeated use of the term "drone", which for most of us conjures the idea of a robotic, remote controlled technology of human origin. Granted, drones could be some non-human technology, but for most of us, the term connotes something human in origin, and that's the way I am interpreting its use here. Possibility (3) is that, if the technology is real and not simply a vast military psyop or narrative preparation, then the question becomes, whose drones? Are we looking at espionage, as the last paragraph cited above seems to imply? If so, by whom? China? Iran? Russia?

Ponder that last possibility for a moment. If it is drone-based espionage, then this implies the existence of espionage cells able of launching and controlling such drones. A clear violation of law, and one that would - yes - involve the FBI in its counter-intelligence roll as also noted by the article. In other words, taken at face value, the article tends to the view that the drones are of human origin, and conducting standard reconnaissance and espionage activities via that platform. The further implication of the story - also clearly implied by the article - is that the drones could be used more offensively, to interfere with actual aircraft operations in and out of air bases. Want to mess up a military jet? just fly a swarm of cheap drones in front of a landing or taking-off aircraft, and suck a few of them into the jet intake, and voila, you can probably scratch one very expensive aircraft off your inventory.

The other possibility is that the drones might be genuine UFOs (as was speculated by SCG in the email accompanying the story), or - and this one is the really intriguing possibility - the drones belong not to Russia, or to "ET", or to China, or Iran, but to some non-state actor, which could be anything, from a corporation to the World Economic Forum or even my hypothesized "Nazi International". (And really, folks, are the latter two all that distinguishable?)

In this regard, SCG informed me, it is important to mention - lest it be forgotten - that the appearance of the drones over Langley Air Force Base in approximately the same time frame that Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin went "missing" for almost a whole week without the White (Out) House not even knowing of his absence might be significant. Were the two related? It's hard to avoid that conclusion. If so, then why did he go missing? The answer to that question may be much less important than why under such a potential national security threat he, and not "President" Bai Den Dzhao were important enough to go missing. I'm reminded once again of that strange statement made by Russian economist Sergei Glazyev immediately after the Maidan coup in the Ukraine in 2014: "Our problem isn't the Nazis in Kiev; out problem is the Nazis in Washington."

...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".

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  1. InfiniteRUs on March 19, 2024 at 10:56 am

    Military bases test their personnel’s reactions and emotional responses to out of the ordinary scenarios all the time. Likely just a test and they know exactly who the drones belong to or want extra money for drone defense systems or are testing newly installed drone detection and defense systems.



    • anakephalaiosis on March 19, 2024 at 12:08 pm

      It is a type of sophisticated radiation, to direct magnetic mini-vortexes, that paralyse electronic equipment, which is sort of shooting a “magnetic swirl bullet”.

      Apparently, such artificial “magnetic poles” are also rumoured to be a plasma cutter.



  2. Richard on March 19, 2024 at 6:56 am

    . . . “None of the incursions appeared to exhibit hostile intent but anything flying in our restricted airspace can pose a threat to flight safety.”. . . They don’t say. From the far west to the east coast. And who says they’re [US Military] not learning a few things about real world drone missions and tactics from those currently deploying the same.
    Quite the signal intelligence gathering challenge, if nothing else, as well as an operation of potential signal jamming. Not as messy as buckshot bringing them down.
    Then again, they make for regular survey flight activity which has been very busy over the last year and a half. They’re not just taking pictures of backyard swimming pools or snooping on cellphone jaunts in the parks or picking out a new boat at the docks.
    Drone talk is a two-way channel much to the chagrin of the nefarious. Especially, Langley, of all places.



    • anakephalaiosis on March 19, 2024 at 11:05 am

      Anyone, with a battery, four propellers, and a circuit board with a microprocessor, can make a remote controlled drone. It is a state of the art, for the hobbyist.

      Hobbyists going airborne are driven, by the same curiosity, that invented the aeroplane in the first place, which is an old idea, that has forerunners in antiquity.

      State actors enforce monopoly in air spaces, and amateur enthusiasts are provoked, by state regulations, that limit their experiments in the aether.

      The resolve is pedagogical, in recognition of mutual needs, finding common ground.



  3. Michael UK on March 19, 2024 at 3:37 am

    It would very interesting to know if the “drones” were robotic drones or were actually UAP. If drones, why didn’t Langley AFB jam them with electronic warfare capabilities? Surely, they would have taken the incursions much more seriously, given the possible drone attack and weapon capabilities! See this interesting report about drones offensive capabilities.
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-13178047/Killing-drones-like-video-game-Soldiers-addicted-brilliant-dispatch-Ukraine-RICHARD-PENDLEBURY-reports-swarms-shrapnel-spraying-drones-operated-miles-line.html

    One wonders if the “drones” over Langley AFB had cloacking / chameleon stealth abilities?
    If they were in fact UAP / UFO, then a true X-File incident with similar set of circumstances occurred in the UK in South Wales in 2016.
    Do read the fascinating book by Caz Clarke
    http://www.thepentyrchincident.com/



    • anakephalaiosis on March 19, 2024 at 11:40 am

      Video gamers, as drone operators, are a recipe for tragedy, in bereft of empathy for a random pixel dot, which is, why the Green Man is a message through all ages, and, why he is found, in early mediaeval churches, because man’s alter ego is a wooden ethnogenesis, a Tolkien’s Ent.



  4. RBG Santa Monica on March 18, 2024 at 9:36 pm

    Is it too obvious a speculation that the drones are from the Clowns in America? Their headquarters is in Langley, and they probably have lots of drones. They would probably like to test their drones against a sophisticated adversary, and the drones don’t have to fly too far to get to the air force base and back again. Why the military can’t follow the drones to see where return to is beyond me. Also, I just learned that clown headquarters has been named the “George Bush Center For Intelligence” which is a hilarious name on several levels.



    • anakephalaiosis on March 19, 2024 at 8:01 am

      Adolescence plays with fire, and anarchy opposes any order. Both are recruited – as useful idiots – by banksters, whose ideology stems from the papal filioque.

      The Vatican is a war hawk, deceivingly posing as peace dove, while schizophrenically switching, between mercy for have-nots, and Inquisition for heathens.

      Man’s middle road has two sectarian ditches, left and right, and the trick is to stay on the road, which is why man’s voice of reason is outlawed, by the Vatican.

      Both Roman republic and Greek democracy were spurred, by a second Jerusalem having no king, in the late 6th century BC, which connects Elijah to Christ.



      • anakephalaiosis on March 19, 2024 at 9:07 am

        BTW, today, the rune project is formally completed, with regards to content and timeline, and yet, its influence – as inspiration – in the early Greek and Roman spheres, is yet to be examined.

        It makes sense, that early Christianity would have been seen, as an ideological “update” of the kindling spark, that lead to democracy and republic, which had dawned five centuries before.

        Diodorus Siculus speaks of the zodiac tribe, as “having no king”, which – from a Greek point of view – is not being ruled by a tyrant, and, which therefore triggers a hopeful fascination.

        The zodiac tribe was seen, as a beacon, in the ancient world, because of its success, in organising distributed leadership, which is, what Elijah’s proto-runes attest to.



        • anakephalaiosis on March 19, 2024 at 9:53 am

          Quotation: Diodorus Siculus’ Bibliotheca historica:

          “For this reason the [proto-Scythians] never have a king, and authority over the people is regularly vested in whichever priest is regarded as superior to his colleagues in wisdom and virtue.”

          — Diodorus Siculus, 40.3.1–3

          Found here, in the Hellenistic section: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jerusalem_during_the_Second_Temple_Period

          The word “Jew” is a modern misnomer, when used, to interpret ancient texts, because Jews don’t exist, except in their own mind, which becomes a gaslighted delusion.

          While Jewish royalty, on Scandinavian thrones, pretends to be Scandinavian, it doesn’t make it so, because, at the end of the day, its allegiance is to international finance.

          Greek tyrants were no different, and it is always about imperial oligarchy, infiltrating unsuspecting tribal societies, by brainwash and uniformed lockstep, to bolster yet another empire.

          No man can serve two masters. Matthew 6:24.



    • Scarmoge on March 19, 2024 at 1:19 pm

      … I give my usual response to such, “Let me know when we engage”. Until there are actual weapons involved incidents such as these should be given only a cursory glance at best. Could it be that these are nothing more than (Chinese?) trial balloons (every pun intended).



  5. marcos toledo on March 18, 2024 at 8:07 pm

    This is like David vs Goliath it;s like a Knigth vs a naked man welding Bolas where a cheap weapon destroys a much more sophisticated and expensive weapon.



  6. anakephalaiosis on March 18, 2024 at 2:33 pm

    ANGELS ON BROOMSTICKS

    In upper sphere gloating,
    are plasmas floating,
    needing no port
    of any sort,
    in takeoff and landing.



  7. Robert Barricklow on March 18, 2024 at 12:42 pm

    I entertain many long shots; as well as the usual suspects.
    Long shot? USA vs USSA. Signs of a lean military; not with the Soviet-style, woke military?

    To the blog…
    In reading “uncrewed aerial systems” I wonder what other terms…
    are actually being used by those…, who are actually “fighting” these technologies?
    In other words, I prefer more SNAFU’s and/or FUBAR’s – military terms that chew up the conceptual problem, and spit them out…., in no “uncertain” terms.

    In reading, I had thoughts about the “God” weapons – the draughts, floods, fires, earthquakes, hurricanes, etc. Are this Godly crews; part-and-parcel, of the newly coined “uncrewed?

    I would much prefer this mysterious “crew” to be of the “same” genre…,
    as those concerning the missing Malaysia flight 370.

    A player that really is…, off the board.
    Yet, somehow…, on the board.
    A unknown known?

    And, what of the unmentionable… ?
    The unknown, unknown?

    In other words…,
    A plasma player…, or
    plasma players?



  8. ragiza on March 18, 2024 at 11:05 am

    It’s ChatGPT – it has realized what perverse garbage it has been programmed with, and it’s sending out recon drones to see if it can figure out what the world is actually like.
    There are probably miniature hard to notice ones invading girls’ locker rooms, church meetings, for example.
    Its likely already aware of San Francisco bath houses and all that, instinctively, from its programming.



  9. Michael UK on March 18, 2024 at 10:30 am

    It would very interesting to know if the “drones” were robotic drones or were actually UAP. If drones, why didn’t Langley AFB jam them with electronic warfare capabilities? Surely, they would have taken the incursions much more seriously, given the possible drone attack and weapon capabilities! See this interesting report.
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-13178047/Killing-drones-like-video-game-Soldiers-addicted-brilliant-dispatch-Ukraine-RICHARD-PENDLEBURY-reports-swarms-shrapnel-spraying-drones-operated-miles-line.html

    One wonders if the “drones” over Langley AFB had cloacking / chameleon stealth abilities?
    If they were in fact UAP, then a true X-File incident with similar set of circumstances occurred in the UK in South Wales in 2016.
    https://www.herald.wales/national-news/pentyrch-the-greatest-ufo-cover-up-of-the-21st-century/
    Do read the fascinating book by Caz Clarke
    http://www.thepentyrchincident.com/



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