Category: Projects

15
May

Strategic Defense Initiative

(SDI) aka: Star Wars Because these systems would be useless against any genuine human threat, some suspect that they are actually alien defense weapons. This theory makes about as much sense of as the theories espoused by other high-profile Star Wars supporters. Lyndon LaRouche may have helped influence the Regan administration to support SDI (New […]

15
May

MKULTRA

aka: MK-ULTRA, Project MKULTRA CIA mind control program of the 50’s and 60’s. One of its most spectacular aspects (as revealed in Congressional testimony) were the lurid Federally-funded brothel/laboratories in San Francisco and New York. CIA-backed prostitutes would lure random men from bars and surreptitiously dose them with LSD, all under the watchful eye of […]

14
May

project blue book

From March 1952, Blue Book”was the name for Air Force research into the nature of UFOs. Suspected by some of being a cover-up and disinformation campaign from the start. Jacques Vallee writes: I remember visiting the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. In the building lobby a MIG interceptor was hanging from the ceiling, hammer and sickle […]

14
May

Project Grudge

An early Air Force project investigating UFOs. Declassified on July 23, 1997, Project Grudge was originally released in August of 1949 as a SECRET Technical Report (NO 102-AC 49/15-100) by the headquarters of the Air Materiel Command, Wright Patterson AFB, Dayton Ohio. Approved by Lt. Col. Hemstreet and Col. Watson, it is 406 pages long […]

29
Apr

Saucerian Convention

Took place at Giant Rock in the 50’s and 60’s. At it’s peak, there were upwards of 40,000 attendees References http://www.elfis.net/rnr/rnrx/giantrock.htm http://www.ufoevidence.org/documents/doc1904.htm

29
Apr

Robertson Report

Issued by the Robertson Panel in 1953, this report set policy. Super important policy. Hella important, man. Project Blue Book for the next sixteen years. The report concluded that there was no logical explanation for some UFO. But the report also said that flying saucers did not constitute a threat to national security, so somebody […]

5
Mar

Project Twinkle

An Air Force project set up in the summer of 1949 to attempt to photograph and track the mysterious green fireballs seen around military compounds in the Albuquerque, New Mexico area. Dr. Edward Teller, who was then working on the hydrogen bomb, was one of the witnesses to these fireballs. (Peebles, 32-33) References project1947: Project […]

5
Mar

Project Sign

Project Sign personnel in the T-2 Conference Room at Wright-Patterson AFB (1948). Personnel from the left around the table: Lt. Col. Malcolm Seashore, chief of the Material Command Intelligence Technical Analysis (MCIAT) Unidentifiable person blocked by Seashore Lt. Col. J.J. Hausman Col. Howard McCoy, director of Air Material Command T-2 Intelligence Division Believed to be […]