Monday, December 27, 2004

Secret [Black] Aircraft Projects

I have recently been reading some posts that came out on an email list I subscribe to , this group discusses aliens and UFO's as a rule, moderated by a Dr. Richard Boylan. It interests me for a number of reasons, but not the Secret Government Aircraft, so this post peaked my interest.

Secret Air Force Mach-50 Plane, Other Exotic Classified Aerospacecraft, And the U.S. Antigravity Fighter Discs Deployed With Star Wars Weapons To Fight In the Gulf War

(Or, Everything you wanted to know about anti-gravity, but is classified)

by Richard Boylan, Ph.D.
Let me start this report with a word from UFO investigator Doug Parrish, who states: "On very good authority I have been told in the last year from someone who knows but obviously must remain unidentified) that the United States Air Force currently has in its hanger(s) (an) aircraft which (is) (are) capable of Mach 50. That's 50 times the speed of sound. If we regard the speed of sound as somewhere around 770 mph, then Mach 50 becomes 38,500 mph. That's three times around the world in two hours. As far as I know, this is an intra-atmospheric aircraft that takes off from a large base in the Far West." - Doug Parrish
Dr. Boylan states: Now I am going to present some information I have obtained elsewhere. Some of the unacknowledged “exotic” aerospacecraft in the military inventory are:
  1. the Aurora,
  2. the TR3-A, (“Pumpkinseed”), and
  3. the military X-33A spaceplane "prototype" of Lockheed-Martin's X-33, a single-stage-to-orbit aerospace vehicle, as well as
  4. the Lockheed X-22A two-man antigravity disc fighter. A fifth, about which almost nothing has been revealed, is:
  5. the Nautilus, a secret military spacecraft which operates by magnetic pulsing. It operates out of the unacknowledged new headquarters of the U.S. Space Command, deep under a mountain in Utah. It makes twice-a-week trips up to the secret military-intelligence space station which has been in deep space for the past thirty years. The Nautilus also is used for superfast surveillance operations, utilizing its ability to penetrate target country airspace from above from deep space, a direction not usually expected.

    Arguing for the craft being described as being the Aurora would be its speed, which would make it capable of achieving, (I believe the German rocket scientists' term is brenschluss), escape velocity, i.e., ability to leave the pull of Earth's gravity. National Security Council scientist Dr. Michael Wolf, (of NSC's unacknowledged SSG ("MJ-12") subcommittee,) has stated that the Aurora can operate on both conventional fuel and antigravity field propulsion systems. He further stated that the Aurora "can travel to the Moon", a statement I doubt he would make unless it has already made the trip. The TR3-A, which has also been identified as the Pumpkinseed, a reference to its thin oval airframe, has been reported to be a superfast plane. Whether the TR3-A is the plane which Doug Parrish’s informant mentioned, which can do Mach 50, I can't say. But it is reported to be quick.

    My ex-NSA informant, "Z", also confirmed what black-projects defense industry-insider Edgar Rothschild Fouche wrote about in his recent book, Alien Rapture : the existence of

  6. the TR3-B, a large triangular anti-gravity craft within the U.S. antigravity fleet. This fleet also includes:
  7. the B-2 Stealth bomber, made by Northrop, the Lockheed X-22A two-man antigravity disc, the large space- faring Nautilus, manufactured by Boeing and EU's Airbus Industries,
  8. Northrop's disc craft, (designation unknown, which I have dubbed the “Great Pumpkin” from its brilliant golden-orange glow), and the
  9. XH-75D or XH Shark antigravity helicopter, made by Teledyne Ryan Aeronautical Corporation of San Diego. Here is what "Z" had to say about the TR3-B triangular antigravity craft.

"Z" says: "TR3-B. This is the code name for what everyone on Earth has seen. It is a very large triangular-shaped re-entry vehicle with anti-gravity. It is what the November issue of Popular Mechanics identified as the Lenticular Reentry Vehicle, a nuclear-powered flying saucer, the first version of which went operational in 1962, [the version Popular Mechanics illustrated.] It was used in Gulf War's early hours with electromagnetic-pulse/laser cannons. It literally sat mid-air, firing long-, medium-, short-range to take out antennas, towers, communications, air traffic control towers, TV dishes and centers, etc. For three hours, these three triangles [TR3-Bs] just sat there blowing up everything in sight. Then the Stealth fighters had fun for the rest of the day into the early evening next night. Then [followed] carpet bombings from high altitude B-52 Strato-Fortresses. They dumped all the old, aged Vietnam-era crap [munitions]; a third blew up and the rest [were] duds.

Anyways, the TR3B has been in testing since the '60s. BUT it has only been perfected for the last 8 years [1992]. It is a good remake of what Truman first saw, [the Roswell semi- circular craft]. It is compartmentalized, built by the Skunk Works {Lockheed-Martin's classified plant at Palmdale, CA) and Boeing.

It is housed in Utah. "Remember Utah?" ("Z" was reminding me of his earlier revelation that the U.S. Space Command has located its prime headquarters and antigravity space-launch fleet facility beneath the tallest mountain in the Wasatch Range east of Salt Lake City, Utah.[Ed.: King Mountain] .)

Lockheed-Martin does not say too much about its winged, delta-shape X-33 VentureStar, the single-stage-to-orbit, reusable National Spaceplane, except to say that "we are building it." To be at that stage of development for its public-program Spaceplane, clearly Lockheed-Martin has already long since built prototypes, as well as an unacknowledged military version, which I have dubbed the X-33A. The A suffix stands for antigravity. Colonel Donald Ware, USAF (ret.) told me that he recently learned from a three-star General that the X-33 has electrogravitics (antigravity) system on board, [as the unacknowledged military version I estimate exists must surely also have.]

This antigravity electrogravitics system has already been operationally proven on the B-2 Stealth bomber, which Colonel Ware has revealed also has electrogravitics system on board. As for the "large base in the West" which your Mach 50 airplane operates from, that leaves several possibilities.

If the mystery Mach 50 craft is the Aurora, NSC's Dr. Wolf says that the Aurora operates out of Area 51, (Groom Dry Lake Air Force Station), at the northeast corner of the Nellis AFB Range, north of Las Vegas, Nevada.

The late Colonel Steve Wilson, USAF (ret.), Skywatch's founder, stated that military astronauts trained at a secret aerospace academy separate from the regular Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs, Co. These military astronauts operate out of Beale and Vandenberg Air Force Bases, Northern California From those bases, these military astronauts regularly fly trans-atmospherically and out into space.

One of the aerospace craft they use, Colonel Wilson reported, is the X-22A, a two-man antigravity discoid ship. Whether they also fly the Aurora and the military version of the X-33A spaceplane has not been confirmed, but likely. During my recent travel to Washington state, I had a conversation with a former Boeing executive who worked in their Phantom Works, Boeing's black projects division, (roughly the equivalent of Lockheed's Skunk Works). The executive confirmed what I had earlier learned from an intelligence insider: that Boeing had teamed up with Europe's Airbus Industrie to manufacture the Nautilus, (one of America's most advancd antigravity craft, which regularly travels into near space, and services the secret undeclared international military space station in orbit for over 30 years, and manned by U.S. and USSR military astronauts.)

Recently I also heard from an Army engineer, formerly TDY'ed to NASA, who confirmed that Lockheed had made the X-22A, the two-man antigravity fighter disc, which I had seen test-flown in a canyon adjacent to the main Area 51 operations zone. He explained why I had seen the X-22A so nervously flown during that test flight. He said that the original X-22A had had a standard altimeter hard-wired into it, but that such an instrument would give faulty readings in the antigravity field which bends space-time. He had recommended that they instead use a gradiometer, which would function better. Apparently his suggestion was finally taken up, since in more recent years I have seen the X-22As flying more smoothly and confidently at high altitude over and near Area 51.

This business of assigning anti-gravity to all these aircraft/spacecraft is irrational from an aeronautical point of view and a physical one. To start with, the B2, TR3-B and the Aurora aircraft all have huge wings, which give them, without any aother augmentation, substantial lifting capacity, they don't really need any ant-gravity devices. These anti-gravity devices can only be found on UFO related web sites, there is no scientific or engineering literature about them, and what literature there is, indicates ant-gravity is far from building a device that can lift tonnes, only a gram or two, I understand.

It is interesting the response one gets to a query from these people. I sent an e-mail to Dr Boylan about this e-mail to his list and the response I got was instructive.

Here's my e-mail:

Just a friendly set of questions, please don't take offence. 1. The anti-gravity devices on the B-2, Why do they need them? That huge wing should be more than enough to lift anything, bombs or ?, to a very high altitude, remembering this is strictly a subsonic machine. 2. I know the B-1 had problems, but it doesn't seem to hav eroom for any substantial additional lift compensation devises. 3. The X-22A was built by Bell Aerospace, first flight 17 March 1966, so the designation of this Lockheed aircraft with anti-gravity has me confused as to what you are talking about. Just a friendly comment, the X-33 and X-34 are exciting aerospace vehicles aren't they. They certainly make the spaceshuttle look antiquated!

Here is his response:
>Just a friendly set of questions, please don't take
>> 1.  The anti-gravity devices on the B-2, Why do they need
>> them?  That huge wing should be more
>>than enough to lift anything, bombs or ?, to a very high
>>altitude, remembering this is strictly a subsonic machine.  Clifford,   

Anti-gravity has many tactical advantages: increased  range, maneuverability,
invisibility cloaking,  imperveousness/deflection to weapons fire. It is rumored
that the B-2 Stealth Bomber in anti-gravity mode can fly  around the world without
needing refueling.

>> 2.  I know the B-1 had problems, but it doesn't seem to
>> have room for any substantial additional
>> lift compensation devises.    

The B-2 is not an upgrade of the B-1.
It is an entirely  different aircraft, costing US$2 billion dollars a copy.
Now  you know why.

>>3.   The X-22A was built by Bell Aerospace, first flight
>>17 March 1966, so the designation of this Lockheed
>>aircraft with anti-gravity has me confused as to what you
>>are talking about.   

It is common in the black projects world to give an  undeclared project
the same or similar name as a  conventional declared program, in order
to disguise the  black project.
>>Just a friendly comment, the X-33 and X-34 are exciting
>>aerospace vehicles aren't they.  They certainly make
>>the spaceshuttle look antiquated!
>>Clifford M Dubery   

The U.S. antigravity fleet make the "experimental  aircraft" NASA gingerly
showcases look like Icarus's  wax-and-feather wings.
Notice how dramatic the assertions are, and how unreferenced these are. I tried hard to find bona fide references from aeronautical libraries in London (Imperial College) Australia (RMIT) and US (MIT) without success. Why would NASA be building new single stage to orbit vehicles using chemical propulsion, when another government agency is allegedly building anti-gravity machines. Black aircraft projects like Aurora and others have in the past been conventional in their lift methods (they have wings). Which now prompts me to ask, why big wings when you can levitate against gravity standing still? Further to that, although not a US citizen, I do admire the work NASA has done during my lifetime, and do take offense at the characterization given in his last paragraph. Such commentary only indicates a high level of ignorance when it comes to physics and aeronautics. Should these people (UFO antigravity) ever produce real evidence (a scientific paper perhaps) then possibly I will believe them, in the mean time, antigravity is an interesting subject, and I observe it with interest. One day they may solve some of the equations that are required to describe the effect and then better understand what is going on. Live long and prosper Clifford M Dubery References:


Clifford said...

I will fix up the parsing error probably tomorrow.

gravity control said...

Dr Boylen claimed that the X22A was an antigravity fighter yet we found info to the contrary. Please check gravity-control blog at