Richard Dolan

ScioAgapeOmnis

The Living Force
It seems odd that Wilson didn’t make the list but the gatekeepers (security and lawyer) gave a nod to just tell him some things because why not right? They don’t “just” reluctantly groan and reveal some stuff and basically improvise the parts they want to reveal on the spot. How do they know what to say and what not to say? Why do they have to say anything at all? They weren’t feeling any kind of pressure, it wasn’t improvised, the groan and the head nod to give info was all just a performance for Wilson. Wilson did not surprise them with a scenario they haven’t considered - that a semi high level executive of a public government branch may decide to poke around. That’s like Bush saying that no one imagined prior to 9/11 that terrorists could fly planes into buildings and were caught off guard. It’s so far from reality, “it’s not even wrong”.

I think they have a cover story pre-selected for every scenario - depending on who is probing. The meeting that took place before Wilson flew down was most likely investigating his background and connection, the nature of his inquiry, what he already knows and doesn’t know, which cover story is appropriate for the situation, and whether they want to use him as a patsy to allow this to leak later and what impact said leak will have. They had his full psychological background and history reviewed by then, also knowing that he angers easily. I’m sure they didn’t expect Wilson to keep a secret - he didn’t sign anything, there were no death threats on him or his family, they didn’t even say “hey please don’t tell anybody, pretty please”. They knew there was nothing guaranteeing that what they said won’t be passed on and eventually leak to the public.

These types have wishful thinking but they’re not stupid, and while they cannot predict or control cosmic forces, public accessing channeled info, and many other things outside their control, a government suit probing above his “need to know” is a pretty basic scenario to plan for. So I tend to agree this smells like disinfo, a “controlled disclosure” of sorts, which pacifies people but also makes the government seem largely out of the loop and not responsible for these projects.

I do think at a high level there is no difference between private and public - tax money, drug money, every kind of black market money, and simply just cooking the books from legitimate/front companies, it’s all just sources of funding and it makes no difference to those groups how the bills are paid. Not to mention, money is probably irrelevant at certain levels - how many people work on reverse engineering UFO’s and then get their paycheck and go shopping with the wife and kids later? Maybe they do, or maybe their entire lives are removed from normal society to be extra safe.
 

Woodsman

The Living Force
FOTCM Member
I've been wondering about other kinds of alien tech which might have made its way into common industry besides the holy grail stuff, (anti-gravity and free energy).

Specifically, I've been thinking about Phased Array antennas and broadcasting. That stuff has been in a few big places recently. Namely Elon Musk's Starlink satellites use it -and it is also apparently the fundamental tech which allowed recently upgraded Navy planes to detect the Tic Tac, GoFast and Gimbal objects...

"The AN/APG-79, and other AESA radars like it on fighter aircraft, offer a huge leap in capability in virtually every respect. This included a massive improvement in reliability as a steerable radar dish is no longer needed with electronically scanned arrays. Mechanically scanned arrays have to quickly sweep in all directions physically and even under heavy G forces and buffeting, and they have to survive crashing down on a carrier deck after missions over and over. So, migrating to a system with few moving parts was a massive coup in terms of reliability for Navy fighters". ~https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/28231/multiple-f-a-18-pilots-disclose-recent-ufos-encounters-new-radar-tech-key-in-detection

Wouldn't it be ironic if alien-inspired radar tech is what allowed, in a circuitous manner, for alien detection? Most of the stuff the Navy has been reporting recently was apparently invisible to the naked eye, and only became apparent when the new phased array radar systems were installed.

Anyway, I was wondering about this stuff because when looking at Musk's Starlink satellites; it was driving me a little nuts that no classic dishes were in evidence:



They just have those four flat panel antenna which somehow achieve precision accuracy from 500 km in orbit. Huh?

Anyway, turns out it's not that hard to grasp. Here's an animated graphic from the Wikipedia page on phased array tech which illustrates the general concept:



And it's nothing new, apparently. Humans have understood the concept for over 100 years. Karl Ferdinand Braun won a Nobel Prize in 1909 for demonstrating that you could aim radio beams using this method. But the tech has come a loooong way in the interim.

Wikipedia also notes:

"By 2014, phased array antennas were integrated into RFID systems to increase the area of coverage of a single system by 100% to 76,200 m2 (820,000 sq ft) while still using traditional passive UHF tags."

-That means with a standard reading system an RFID tag, (like those found in the dust jacket of a book or a can of beans or in the seam of your shirt), without any battery power source to make it go 'Ping!', can be ambiently read from up to 275 meters away. -That's about three city blocks! -Not that you'd need anything so mundane as RFID to track people when everybody is walking around with a smart phone, but it still illustrates just how advanced the technology is.

However if Karl Braun was figuring this stuff out 110 years ago, maybe none of it was ever truly beyond the reach of good ol' human knowhow, though.., I have to wonder if perhaps we're just seeing the tip of the iceberg in terms of what can be done. -I wouldn't think, after all, that TPTB would allow the truly alien stuff into consumer products for fear of causing a stir; but being able to install granular, ubiquitous surveillance in the population presented enough of a lure for them to endeavor a careful, reasonably explained release, while holding back the really advanced stuff...


Q: (L) I want to ask about this crop circle supposedly that was created here on or around Aug. 15, 2002 and I guess the first thing I'd like to ask is “who done it?”

A: It was produced via 4th density technology.

Q: (V) STS or STO 4th density technology?


A: STS.

Q: (L) Okay. You said via 4th density technology. However you did not say via 4th density beings...

A: Correct. There has been much advancement in 3D realm tech due to 4D interaction.


Q: (V) Between whom and 3rd density?

A: Consortium.

Q: (L) Well, I noticed that last year, on or about the same date, the crop circle appeared with the woman's face and the so called signal thing. Was that also the production of 4th density?

A: No.

Q: (L) I noticed also that Aug. 15 is, in fact, an ancient feast day of the Mother Goddess and therefore the appearance of the face last year was somewhat appropriate. This one, produced on almost - if not exactly - the same date, seems almost like it is a response to the face image last year. The message deciphered from this new crop circle is - and Ark has checked it and confirmed the deciphering - "Beware the bearers of false gifts and their broken promises. Much pain but still time - and then an unknown word - there is good out there. We oppose deception. Conduit closing. (bell sound)." What is the meaning of this message?

A: The first thing that was intended was to demonize the crop circle phenomenon. The second thing was to give those who are susceptible the impression that their favorite gray aliens might be "good guys." The third thing intended was to send a message of doubt directly to this room.

Q: (Atriedes) 'The conduit is closing.' Since the C's have talked about creating a conduit since the beginning, they are trying to convince us that the conduit is closing. What was the garbled word, was it believe, or is it believe?

A: It was believe. However the glitch was due to the application of the technology. This provides the clue to the STS source.

Q: (Atriedes) Okay so their amateur fumbling caused the glitch. (Ark) The guy is probably the glitch in the software. There was a noise...

A: Wishful thinking will get ya every time.

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The idea of EM induced heart attacks on demand was also quite alarming, (as per last session's comments about all those mysterious elephant deaths being "target practice"). -And one of the cats at the Chateaux succumbing to EM toxicity, though I don't know if that's related.

In any case, I'm not sure that flying saucers are really the alien bugaboo the UFO community should be primarily concerned about. Would "Disclosure" include a footnote: "Oh, and by the way, we can eliminate wrong-thinkers from orbit on a case by case basis."..?

They'd probably leave that part out, I'd guess.

Anyway, I found the 5 hour Dolan interview about those documents to be a valuable listen if only for the illumination shone on how corporate compartmentalization works.
 

lilies

Dagobah Resident
Based on my reading over the years, "aloof and casually disinterested" is how I'd best describe those in the know. Dolan lost me a bit when he wrote AD After Disclosure with Bryce Zabel, but pretty much all of the rest of his CV checks out. His main idea is that this breakaway civilization operates in this aloof manner, and has little to no interest in bringing anyone from the wider public along. They are on their path and screw anyone who tries to interfere with their efforts.
These are lessons in basic human psychology taught here especially well! Tax evasion is the real-world equivalent of Deep State UFO technology. So widespread that almost everyone is doing it and screw the IRS! Any kind of secretly & technologically achieved advantage over the neighbors means leaving the competition in the dust. Once someone has this advantage and enjoying The Power of Privilege it lends to its owner.. of such secret methods / secret machines, then I think basic human psychology kicks in:
- Screw everyone else! I fly where-ever the hell I want! I also discovered the secret of elongating my life and now I am above everybody!

The Break-Aways, I think, simply distanced themselves from the Human Condition on this Prison Planet Earth.
Imagine getting hold of a flying car that is invisible to radars and does not require oil nor a Tesla Supercharger Station.

No more buying gas! Just pouring good old groundwater from a puddle into the tank and you can remain airborne for a week and fly in All-Weather!
No more fear from volcanic ash in the air, storms can't touch you. No extreme speed gusts-of wind nor hurricanes can harm your brand-new secret-tech flying car either!

Nazi's allegedly had this All-Weather capability + more than 7x24 hours continuous flight-time with one refuel only: on their largest saucer craft in WW2 already. Screw the stupid cops hunting for drivers [prey] on traffic-heavy streets. Haha! That old & Ridiculous rat-race of ground-bound road network!

I still remember that 20+ year old story about the Inner-Earth girlfriend, how she said that from time-to time, she has to go back and repair her body with the machine-tech they have, because living on the surface damages tissues more and toxins accumulate way faster. That is another example of being BreakAway.

I think coming into possession of such **just two** different technologies and using them can affect the psyche so much, that anybody might seriously start to lose: The Human Condition.

Not an accident that allegedly Alchemists built their own colony. Psychological separation of the two-worlds - because of change in personal environment - becomes too great, I think.

Any group becomes BreakAway, once acquiring technology that becomes indistinguishable from Magic. "Magic" for a contemporary human who still has a social security number and is burdened with the usual marriage problems exhausted by his numerous children and he is paying tax in a blue-collar job.
 
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