Hackers Expose Government UFO Research
Unidentified Flying Objects. Secret Space Programs. Anti-gravity machines. Ancient aliens found on Earth. This is not a line-up of next week’s television programs on the science fiction channel, but real events, discoveries and projects documented in government files. Two different hackers, separated in time by nearly a decade, as well as a physicist who worked in Area 51 and the Los Alamos National Laboratories at one point, have seen these files.
Matthew Bevan: Teenage Hacker and UFO Aficionado
By the age of 16, Matthew Bevan, a British citizen from Wales, knew two things about himself for sure: he was fascinated by computers and he was fascinated by UFOs, specifically Area 51 UFOs. It was 1992 and Bevan was using a dial-up internet server. Calls to the U.S. were free, but calls within his own country were expensive. He learned how to gain access into supposedly secure U.S. government networks using the online name of “Kuji.” By 1994, he had hacked into computers belonging to NASA, the U.S. Department of Defense, and the secret files of Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio.
He was astonished at how easy it was to hack into the Wright Patterson site, a government base that has a long history of involvement with UFOs, including Project Sign, Project Grudge and Project Bluebook. It’s also rumored that saucer occupants’ remains and Roswell Area 51 debris are at Wright Patterson.
Project Sign was established in late 1947. The military determined that reports of flying saucers indicated they were either built by Soviets using technology gleaned from the Nazis or knowledge they gained from extraterrestrials. This secret project was dedicated to assimilating all “sightings and phenomena in the atmosphere” that could “be of concern to national security.” It did not last long and in 1949, segued into Project Grudge. Project Grudge focused on debunking UFO sightings to the public while secretly investigating the validity of the sightings.
In 1952, Project Bluebook replaced Project Grudge. Since more and more citizens were reporting UFO sightings and alien encounters, the government had to acknowledge them in some way. The April 7, 1952 cover of Life Magazine featured Marilyn Monroe, who shared cover space with a news report claiming, “There is a place for interplanetary saucers.” Project Bluebook received a total of 1,501 UFO reports in 1952. More than 300 of them could not be explained.
Although a lot of information was public, Bevan discovered many secrets. He claims he found a working prototype of a saucer-like, anti-gravity “flying machine.” The machine used an ultra-heavy element for the propulsion system and could travel at incredibly high speeds.
Bevan thought he got away with his hacking knowledge, but he was wrong. In 1996, he was arrested by Scotland Yard and charged with hacking into NASA and Wright Patterson computers. He was forthcoming with his answers to extensive questioning. He was interrogated repeatedly about whether he had hacked into Hanger 118 at Wright Patterson. He had not. It was only later that he learned that Hanger 118 is allegedly where the Roswell debris and alien remains are stored. He stood trial, but the government dropped its case against him before the trial was over.
Gary McKinnon: Searcher of UFO Data, Hacker of Top Secret U.S. Information
In the early 2000s, Gary McKinnon, another British citizen who was fascinated with UFOs, hacked into more than 2,000 Pentagon computers, including those used by the military and NASA. He was searching for proof of UFOs and alien existence. He found rosters and tables for the organization and for the development of a secret space fleet. According to McKinnon, he also found evidence that an “inexhaustible source of power” existed for these secret spaceships.
Photos of UFOs viewed by McKinnon
McKinnon says he was most astounded by actual photographs of UFOs he found in files at the Johnson Space Center Building 8. There were between 200 and 300 photos taken by military aircraft or satellites, but since he was using a dial-up connection, he could not download them. He described one UFO specifically as cigar-shaped with geodesic domes on all sides, above and below. It was “hanging in space” with the Earth’s atmosphere clearly below it. Its structure was clearly not man-made.
McKinnon took at least one screenshot of the spacecraft, but his computer was seized when he was arrested in 2002. When it was eventually returned to him, the photo had disappeared. He vividly remembers what he saw, which he says proved the government uses Photoshop to edit photos and remove UFOs from the images before releasing them to the public.
Military Officers Form a Secret Space Battalion.
McKinnon reported that he also found a list of military officers that were part of a secret military space battalion of “off-world space stations.” Rumor has it that during interrogation, he revealed the names of two military spaceships. He surmised the military officers were off-planet personnel for the fleet of military spaceships. He also found evidence that the government has discovered a “limitless and infinite energy source,” which it is also hiding from the world.
In 2002, the U.S. government arrested McKinnon in his British home. The government fought for 10 years to have him extradited, alleging he caused “serious damage” and his hacking was not “some harmless incident.” Finally, in December 2012, the British Government issued a final denial of the U.S. extradition request and all charges were dropped.
Bob Lazar: Area 51 Physicist
Bob Lazar was not a computer hacker but worked for the government as a physicist in Area 51. His experience verifies the accuracy of the discoveries made by the hackers. He said the UFO wreckage at Roswell was real and that he helped to retro-engineer the technology to try and find a way to build an anti-gravity propulsion system for a U.S. spacecraft.
Lazar claims that that he also worked in an area called “S4,” which is located at the Los Alamos National Laboratories, a few miles south of Area 51. There, he viewed a spacecraft that “displayed technology that was hundreds of years in advance of us.” He also said that Element 115, an element required to build the anti-gravity propulsion system, does not exist on Earth and can only be found in a double-star system. Anti-gravity propulsion breaks Einstein’s rule that nothing can travel faster than the speed of light. It allows flying saucers to be invisible while traveling great distances in a short amount of time.
At times, the government denied Lazar’s employment. However, recently, another physicist whose employment at Los Alamos has been verified, confirms that Lazar worked there. Other employees have said they remember working with him in Los Alamos. Many are now asking whether Lazar is intentionally trying to deceive people so that the U.S. can continue its secret space program while he turns public focus to “alien aircraft.”
The Dark Net Sheds Light
Taken individually, the stories of Bevan, McKinnon and Lazar may seem random or unsubstantiated. Reviewed together, their stories corroborate one another. They lend credibility to the existence of UFOs, to the idea that a UFO crashed in Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947, and that there is now a secret space program, perhaps using the technology learned from the Roswell alien spacecraft. As new information from the dark net is released, it will undoubtedly shed light on the extent of government interaction with extraterrestrials.
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Ben Rich, Lockheed Martin and UFOs
Ben R. Rich, brilliant scientist, aeronautical engineer and Father of Stealth is more of an enigma now than he was during his lifetime. He is most noted for designing a stealth fighter-plane that flew undetected by radar and for his role as the second director of Lockheed Martin’s top-secret Skunk Works program. Born in 1925, Rich passed away in 1995 with controversy still brewing among his friends, critics and those who heard him speak publicly about whether or not he believed in UFOs and extraterrestrials.
Many questions remain unanswered. Was there a Ben Rich deathbed confession where he admitted that he knew that extraterrestrials and UFO visitors are real? Did he publicly mean it when he claimed that, “We now have the technology to take ET home,” or was it a joke? Is there credibility to other statements attributed to him in which he allegedly claimed technology learned at Roswell was used to influence the development of top secret U.S. aircraft? Are the alleged communications from Rich to his friend John Andrews credible?
With Rich’s last breath, definitive answers to these questions were lost forever.
Ben Rich and Skunk Works
Lockheed Martin’s Advanced Development Projects (ADP), known officially as Skunk Works, was a secret aeronautical research facility in Burbank, California. The founder and first director of Skunk Works was Clarence “Kelly” Johnson, who was the designer of a U.S. spy plane called the U-2. Ben Robert Rich joined Skunk Works in 1954 and helped design various aircraft, including a prototype that could reach speeds more than 1,300 mph. He became the second director of Skunk Works, holding that position from 1975 until his retirement in 1991.