Earth: An Alien Enterprise by Timothy Good

Earth: An Alien Enterprise by Timothy Good

Author:Timothy Good [Good, Timothy]
Language: eng
Format: epub
Publisher: Pegasus Books
Published: 2015-06-07T16:00:00+00:00

Chapter Fifteen

Technology Transfer

On returning from the United States to his native Germany in 1959, following three years of studying information on alien spacecraft supplied by his own and other governments, the outspoken pioneer Professor Hermann Oberth revealed to newsmen waiting for him at the Frankfurt airport that there was a “world-wide effort to learn how antigravity could be put to use as a form of energy,” adding that he expected “men would be traveling to the Moon in electrically driven devices within five to ten years.”1

Captain Bill Uhouse served ten years as a fighter pilot in the U.S. Marine Corps, then four years with the U.S. Air Force as a civilian at Wright-Patterson AFB, flight-testing exotic aircraft, including—he claims—flying discs. “While I was at Wright-Patterson,” he told Steven Greer’s Disclosure Project in 2000, “they had selected several of us, and they reassigned me to A-Link Aviation, which was a simulator manufacturer. At that time they were building what they called the [Link] C-11B [jet flight trainer] and F-102 simulator, B-47 simulator, and so forth. They wanted us to get experienced before we actually started work on the flying disc simulator, which I spent thirty-some years working on. I don’t think any flying disc simulators went into operation until the early 1960s—around 1962 or 1963….

“The simulator that they used was for the extraterrestrial craft they had, which is a thirty-meter one that crashed in Kingman, Arizona, back in 1953.2 That’s the first one that they took out to the test flight. This ET craft was a controlled craft that the aliens wanted to present to our government. It landed about fifteen miles from what used to be an Army airbase. But that particular craft, there were some problems with—getting it on the flatbed to take it up to Area 51, which was just being constructed at the time. They couldn’t get it across the dam because of the road. It had to be barged across the Colorado River, then taken up Route 93 out to Area 51.

“There were four aliens aboard that thing, and [they] went to Los Alamos for testing. They set up Los Alamos with a particular area for those guys, and they put certain people in there with them—astrophysicists and general scientists—to ask them questions … there was only one alien that would talk to any of these scientists [and] the rest wouldn’t talk to anybody … first they thought it was all ESP or telepathy [but] they actually speak—maybe not like we do—but they speak and converse. But there was only one who would.

“The difference between this disc, and other discs that they had looked at, was that this one was a much simpler design. The disc simulator didn’t have a reactor [but] we had a space in it that looked like the reactor that wasn’t the device we operated the simulator with. We operated it with six large capacitors that were charged with a million volts each … the largest capacitors ever built [and] they’d last


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