US Space Force Must Trip The Light Fantastic

By James Fitzgerald

Social and political affairs on Earth may currently be heated and divisive, but spare a thought for the US Space Force cadets who will soon be venturing into a place where “no one can hear you scream”.

President Trump signed an Executive Order early last year that created a sixth branch of the US Armed Forces, to “marshal its space resources to deter and counter threats in space”. It seems America’s historic technological advantage may be under threat from China or Russia, or other private commercial interests. The global space industry already generates annual revenues of $350 billion, according to Morgan Stanley, with those figures set to reach $1.1 trillion by 2040.

The first crewed space launch from US soil in a decade was hosted by SpaceX in May this year. Elon Musk has already posited 60 500-pound satellites in orbit, creating the controversial Starlink array for 5G internet provision. Until this week, the rather formulaic and staid business of sending rockets to space was light years away from “conspiracy theories” around UFOs and extraterrestrials. But a week ago, in an interview with Donald Trump Jr., the POTUS revealed that he had “interesting” information on Roswell, after his son asked him about extraterrestrials. The site in New Mexico was linked to a crash in 1947 that raised widespread public interest in UFOs, and which spawned the term “conspiracy theory”.

“Before you leave office, will you let us know if there’s aliens?” his son asked. “Because this is the only thing I really want to know. I want to know what’s going on. Would you ever open up Roswell and let us know what’s going on there?”

When quizzed on the possibility of declassifying records on Roswell, Trump said he would “have to think about that one.”

“There are millions and millions of people that want to go there, that want to see it. I won’t talk to you about what I know about it but it’s very interesting. But Roswell is a very interesting place, with a lot of people that would like to know what’s going on,” said the President. 

This week the Senate Intelligence Committee voted to allow the public to view the government’s UFO records — even though elected officials seem to know less about anomalous sky events than anyone else. The committee’s vote requires the US Defense Department and security agencies to provide a public analysis of any data related to “unidentified aerial phenomena” as soon as 2021.

As social media has democratized access to information, so too have the reported incidents of quite spectacular — and inexplicable — aerial phenomena. 

Several years ago I was introduced to the late Sergeant Major Robert Dean, who served in US Intelligence Field Operations in the 1950s and ‘60s and was stationed at Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe, the military arm of NATO. He claimed that his Cosmic Top Secret clearance gave him access to a 1964 NATO report called “An Assessment”, which acknowledged and analyzed the implications of an alien presence on Earth.

“The study concluded this: Is there a threat to Allied forces in Europe? Apparently not. They concluded that planet Earth and the human race had been under some kind of observation for hundreds, if not thousands, of years. They concluded in 1964 that there were at least four different groups coming here, surveying us, analyzing us. They concluded that there didn’t appear to be a military threat involved, because the repeated demonstrations of incredibly advanced technology demonstrated to us that if they had been hostile, there would have been nothing we could have done about it.”

Contrast that with the wording of the current briefing, part of the intelligence authorization bill: “The [Intelligence Committee] remains concerned that there is no unified, comprehensive process within the federal government for collecting and analyzing intelligence on unidentified aerial phenomena, despite the potential threat,” the senators wrote in their report on the bill.

Here we are in 2020 with another vague statement from the security apparatus about investigating aerial phenomena. Either government is so compartmentalized as to render frontline officials utterly inept in this sphere, or they are engaging in a huge deceit, or they are all quite stupid — with the possibility that all three of these variables co-exist.

Whispers in the twittersphere suggest that Trump’s uncle, John Trump, worked with Nikola Tesla, and eventually came into possession of his notes on free energy devices, antigravity and sonic healing machines, among other technologies. If so, Trump’s promise on taking office to “unlock the mysteries of space, to free the earth from the miseries of disease, and to harness the energies, industries and technologies of tomorrow” may be more than just political bluster.

This week alone social media has featured home movies of giant craft skimming the surface of the moon, a planet-sized pink sphere in Birmingham, UK, emitting glowing craft and an aerial display of “light craft” dispensed from a larger ball of glowing amber over the skies of Miami, and a large circular rainbow cloud in the Philippines, among many others.

Some established commentators on UFOs immediately dismissed these filmed events as CGI or augmented reality, which may be so, or attributable to professional envy. What is curious about these latest, and increasingly large phenomena, is that their appearance is more ethereal and dynamic — they glow with soothing pastel colors and can disappear in an instant — unlike the more conventional “bell craft” and shiny metallic “saucers” of the 20th century.

For those of us who have witnessed more than one “plasma-type” phenomena in the skies — sometimes on our command, blanket dismissals based on CGI modification of footage hold less weight.

Steven Greer, whose uncle helped design the first lunar module, is a director of the Center for the Study of Extraterrestrial Intelligence (CSETI). During a presentation, he showed footage of himself with a group of 50 people gathered at a car park in Pensacola, Florida. They signaled into the night sky with a high-powered laser pointer. Amazingly, what were a group of white specks among the stars begin flashing back. Their monitoring equipment suddenly sprung to life, with patterned beeps, not unlike Morse code signals. Dr. Greer identified the source of the signals as coming from the direction of the Orion constellation.

He says the Phoenix lights incident in 1997 was a close encounter of the fifth kind — orchestrated by his team ahead of a briefing with President Clinton and members of the US Congress. Thousands of people reported seeing a triangular formation of lights pass over the state, which were broadcast live on Fox News. “When we asked the ETs for help, this is what showed up… a huge craft. It was a beautiful sight.”

Dr. Greer maintains that the speed of light is too slow for galactic communication. If ET wanted to phone home using BT or AT&T, then even for a call to a nearby star, say a thousand light years away, it would take 2,000 years — half that time to arrive and the other half to be returned.

“All interstellar technologies are transdimensional. And the heart of that science is consciousness, because they have technologies that interface directly with thought — coherent thought … We have discovered the Rosetta stone of extraterrestrial contact, and it’s not the SETI project, it’s not radio telescopes, it’s not rockets, and it is not even pulsed microwaves. There are technologies that transcend directly into thought and awareness,” said Greer.

Dr. Greer has developed protocols for ET contact that involve deep states of consciousness where, he says, it is possible to remote view the location of ET vehicles, and then contact them with a coherent stream of thought. They can then be “vectored” into a location, the same way a jet is directed into an airport. “They almost always come,” he says.

“People need to understand that if it’s interstellar, then it’s going to be strange. If it isn’t strange, then it’s probably a man-made device … Each of us carries within us the universal communicator, and it’s called conscious awareness.”

Dr. Greer cites the work of Erwin Schrodinger, the Austrian physicist and the father of quantum mechanics, to support his assertions. Schrodinger said “the total number of minds in the universe is one; that is, it is a singularity. And so we see all these hundreds of people … we all have our individualities, but shining through that unique window is the same light of consciousness. We divide it up and separate ourselves, but we can just as easily become still and peaceful, and become one again.”

Before the days of widespread CGI, Sgt. Major Dean found himself in the possession of photos from the Apollo era. Before his death, he travelled and lectured on what he called the “hoopty-doo” of putting a man on the Moon.

Back in 2009, he told me: “Thanks to the fact that there were a few employees in NASA, forty years ago … decent people, honest people … I have some film that they preserved.”

One such photograph carries the reference “Foto NASA # AS-12 -51-8553”. Roll 50, negative number 7,348 shows the curved lunar surface taken from the Apollo 12 orbiter. However, hovering above the surface is a large saucer-shaped object.

Another one is tagged “Cigar-shaped image taken by Neil Armstrong”. It is just that; a long, luminous shape, with the moon’s surface in the background.

“While they were looking out of the window of their craft, this object flew by. Neil took out his camera and snapped this picture,” he explained.

A photograph released by the Japanese space agency, which had an agreement to buy images from NASA, shows three luminous objects between the moon and the Apollo 13 craft. One is another cigar-shaped object which, we are told, is five miles long; the other two are more cylindrical, but are still huge, at about two miles in diameter.

Another slide — shot during NASA’s 1980 Voyager mission to Saturn — captures the “A” ring of the planet, with a cylindrical object sitting just outside the belt. Sgt. Major Dean said the program was launched to investigate “anomalous events” around Saturn. “The pictures they got back from Saturn were so stunning, so shocking that they simply locked them up in the safe.”

The cylindrical object is self-luminous, “obviously man-made”, and is larger than the moon. According to Sgt. Major Dean, it was photographed moving in between the rings and around Saturn’s moons.

These days you don’t need “cosmic clearance” to get the best views of interstellar spectacles, just an account on Twitter or Parler. Ordinary citizens are eclipsing their elected officials and security commanders with unencumbered views of otherworldly objects in the skies, with the agenda for ET disclosure seemingly in the hands of the little green men from outer space. An open mind and gentle nature may be the advantage these “normies” have over senior military or government figures. Afterall, would socially and technologically advanced beings not have a preference for and an affinity with individuals of a peaceful, spiritual nature? In covering up incidents such as the Roswell crash in 1947, and failing to advance the pursuit of truth over these now prolific anomalies, have not the security services rendered themselves anathema to any open, honest contact with off-world visitors?

Dissenting voices, who perhaps realize that what they are seeing defies mundane physics, and only has precedent in the movies, say that the shadow government alluded to by John F. Kennedy and Dwight D. Eisenhower may have activated Project Blue Beam, a plan to use holographic technology to create a false flag alien invasion in the skies as a means of terrifying the population into submission, and as a precursor to removing religions in favor of a one world government.

However the scale and beauty and variety and geographical dispersion of these recent visual enigmas suggest something less centralized and more benevolent is making its presence felt like never before; one would hope that the bad guys’ creations would look and feel worse, if Project Blue Beam really was the origin. 

Chemical rocket technology is about a hundred years old, but how will we reach beyond orbit into intermediate space and the stars beyond without technologies that meet space on its own terms — and trip the light fantastic?

On June 25, President Trump ended a tweet with the words, “Knowledge comes from the most unusual of places.”

In a society where truth is caustic to the ears of many, a gradual, incremental disclosure may be the only way to pull back the veil without causing more division and chaos in the world.

James Fitzgerald is a senior editor and cutting edge journalist who has worked on national newspapers for 16 years.


  • Sgt York

    I would of thought tho if the outer space gents were this close and overhead they would of shown us more of themselves but then maybe were not on the same wavelengths they have and we didn’t get it or they feel we’re in no way ready to understand their advanced Thinking and systems. My wife said they aren’t the political fools we are by being just that much ahead of us and all working together for a better Universe

  • Steven Lee

    I think there are groups of none terrestrial’s that are good or maybe just not interested in us period. There are others who have their own agenda, and contacting us directly is not in their best interest’s. So to find and contact a group who would help us is problematic at best. language barriers, and misunderstandings would plague any interaction. But I believe any contact would be in Humanity’s best interest, for no other reason than to WAKE the public. I saw a UFO as a kid, being young, My life had a different focus from that moment on. When ever I heard “we are alone in the universe” My interest in listening any further waned. But it gave me an intense love of sci-fy.
    President Trump just inaugurated the “space force”…..now did we have a navy before we had boats?…no. So I believe we have space ships….faster than light? maybe….but still SPACESHIPS….

  • Maryl Hanson

    I have seen some very curious things in my years on this journey, one which haunts me…
    Stories abound around our area of UFO sightings…
    There used to be an Air Force base located inbetween the small communities here, it is now abandoned…

  • James Fitzgerald

    Great to read these comments. Just to clarify the remark about 5G: the newest generation of satellites are built in concert with 5G architecture, as part of an integrated move towards connectivity, IoT, etc, and to fill gaps in 5G coverage in rural areas. The Starlink sats are controversial for a number of reasons, but I didn’t feel this was the article to explore those. This was a general discussion about degrees of technology that eventually blend with consciousness. What we see now and in future in our skies might well be examples of this electro-plasma tech from other worlds, or our own. https://www.futurithmic.com/2020/03/10/5g-from-space-role-of-satellites/

  • Bilbob Skeptic

    Color me a skeptic. I don’t doubt great signs & wonders in the sky. The Bible addresses it numerous times. To deny that the heavens are filled with intelligence of sources “unknown” or not of God Almighty, is a fools errand.

    “Aliens from outer space” is a deception of the fallen angelic realm.

    There, NOW you have the FULL TRUTH, the dilemma you face is, do you accept HIM.

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