Saturday, 11 November 2017


The Betty Cash case shows that the U.S. Military was testing a nuclear thermal rocket craft with some kind of active camouflage. It was a landing vehicle of some kind.

Thursday, 9 November 2017

Project ICEWORM and Project HORIZON moon base have similar layout

Project ICEWORM was a cover for an experiment to learn how to build an extraterrestrial base. This experiment took place one year from the publication of the Project HORIZON document calling for a secret moon base. Camp CENTURY was built at the North Pole. This would also be useful in gaining an understanding how to build a base at the Martian Poles, where rocket fuel could be manufactured to fuel satellite weapons platforms like the CAMAL.


Wednesday, 8 November 2017

911 & RUSSIA

Cognitive dissonance is a real thing. When I tell people that 911 was blowback from Chechnya. They do not know what to make of it. It's like I am speaking Chinese. The majority of American's have no idea where Chechnya is on a map. Nor do they know about the secret war America fought there. Tens of thousands of Russians died there because America funneled arms and fighters into the region. And there were no consequences for this? Come on....


The Moscow Times
August 22, 1997
Air Show Attendees Hail Cooperation
BYLINE: By Sujata Rao
SECTION: No. 1277
LENGTH: 697 words
Cooperation rather than competition is the mantra for the future of the international aerospace industry, representatives of Russian and international companies participating in the Moscow International Air Show said Thursday. "We are a state-owned institution but we are surviving on foreign orders," said Vladimir Lensky, a representative of Moscow's Khrunichev design bureau. Khrunichev has a partnership agreement with rocket maker Energiya and U.S.
-based Lockheed-Martin to sell the Proton rocket abroad. Orders worth nearly $ 3 billion have been procured, mostly from communications satellite launchers such as Motorola
and Immersat, Lensky said.

The representative of Russian avionics company Aviapribor was not quite as optimistic, given that domestic airlines are increasingly equipping their aircraft with Western engines and avionics.
The representative, who wished not to be identified, said Aviapribor, which supplied 80 percent of all avionics in Soviet times, is going through lean times. Russian-made airframes are perceived as being not only inexpensive, but also reliable and high-quality, as opposed to Russian-made avionics and engines. But he said Aviapribor signed an agreement in June to make components for Honeywell, the U.S. avionics-makers whose equipment is being used in the new Tupolev and Ilyushin jetliners. The 10 Tu-204 planes ordered by KrasAir on Wednesday use Honeywell and Allied Signal avionics.
"Naturally when Russian airlines choose Western-made avionics, it is rather hard on us," the representative said. "We were unable to finance research and modernization and when orders fell off the situation became worse."

Foreign companies are increasingly turning to Russia as a cheap and efficient manufacturing location as well as a source of raw materials. Russia's large pool of scientists also provides good joint research opportunities. At the air show two years ago, Aviapribor entered another joint venture, DAVIA, with Germany's Daimler-Benz Aerospace, or DASA, although production has not yet started.
"We want to improve relations with the aerospace industry in Russia," said Theodore Benien, spokesman for Daimler-Benz Aerospace. "We think our presence at (the air show) is a good platform to get closer contacts withPage 2474 Air Show Attendees Hail Cooperation The Moscow Times August 22, 1997 Russian companies." DASA has two other joint ventures with Russian companies: Eurockot Launch Services, a project with the Khrunichev design bureau to market Khrunichev's small rocket launcher, the Rockot-SS-19, and MAPS, a venture with MiG
manufacturer MAPO to service its aircraft in Germany.

In a clear sign that DASA is not pushing sales at the air show, it has decided not to display its fighter planes or combat helicopter in Moscow. "Our main purpose is cooperation rather than sales," Benien said, adding that his company is working with Tupolev to develop a plane powered with liquified hydrogen. He would not say, however, if DASA is advancing money to its Russian partners to commence production. Benien said Russia is particularly important to European aerospace companies as a counterbalance to the giant aerospace corporations in the United States. The European Union is actively promoting the creation of a European-Russian Aviation Center.

"In Western Europe we are looking very carefully at the restructuring process in the aerospace sector in Russia and CIS states," Benien said. "We hope in future Russia's contacts with Western Europe can be intensified instead of with the United States." Tickets to MAKS-97, which runs through Sunday, cost 25,000 rubles per person, with free admission for children younger than 8 years old. The bus ride into MAKS costs 10,000 rubles extra. Both tickets can be bought at the entrance. Zhukovsky is 60 kilometers east of Moscow and can be reached by car via the Volgogradsky and Ryazansky prospekts. A car pass, which costs 70,000 rubles, must be procured at the administrative complex, a 5-minute drive away from the entrance. Pedestrians are required to line up to board a bus into the exhibition complex. Another option is to take an express bus or marshrut-taxi from metro Vykhino.

LOAD-DATE: August 25, 1997
Copyright 1997 Independent Press


"I don't think that anybody could have predicted that these people would take an airplane and slam it into the World Trade Center take another one and slam it into the Pentagon. That they would try to use an airplane as a missile; a hijacked airplane as a missile." 
-Condoleeza Rice

Dr. Rice gives it away and then makes a save. 
Missiles are guided by electronics. Hijacked airplanes are not. She corrects herself to stay with official story. The Russians have had a long standing relationship with Honeywell the manufacturers of Boeing 757-767 electronics suite. And Honeywell was penetrated by Russian intelligence (Lunev 158). What the government is covering up is that America's industrial controls have been compromised by Russian hackers. The malicious code is probably still in the avionics suite.

Monday, 6 November 2017


In light of the fact that the federal government had been electronically decapitated on 911. We can now see the beheading of Daniel Pearl, a likely CIA agent working under a journalist cover, from a new perspective. This was the FSB/GRU dog-whistling to the American leadership. While America does have an ace up it's sleeve with its off world bases and laser armed satellites that does not mean we will come away from this unscathed. It appears as though the whole line of Presidential succession would have been wiped out on 911, if Russia had decided to follow up their commando raid with ICBM's. So, I believe that Daniel Pearl was captured by the Russians or their proxies and used as a prop in a PSYOP aimed at President Bush, the National Security Council and everyone else in the know about the communications jamming that took place on 911.