FIRE FROM THE SKY
Battle of Harvest Moon & True Story of Space
by "One Who Knows"
As I begin writing this report, the news is telling about a strange
USAIR airplane crash in Pennsylvania. Next day a plane crashed in
CNN told about a fireball that was reported from
Bakersfield, California, to Medford, Oregon. They said it occurred
about 6 or 6:15 in the morning on Saturday, September 10 (1994) and
was so bright that the light shining through windows woke up some
people. They showed a house in San Rafael with a hole in the roof
from a piece of something falling from the sky.
An Ariane rocket was launched from French Guyana and was lost, a day
before. Several earthquakes have occurred in California, including
one that CNN showed on a map, southwest of Lake Tahoe. About 15
minutes later, CNN began telling about the Space Shuttle firing
lasers at Earth and showed a view of Earth, with Lake Tahoe in the
upper right corner of the screen. If you put the two together, then
you see that the Columbia Space Shuttle is firing laser beams at
Earth "for environmental purposes," precisely where the earthquakes
The President went to Camp David, then when the
President returned (?), a plane crashed into the White House. Later
he gave a speech in a room of the White House, then just after he
left a fire broke out in the room. Rosh Hashanah is recently passed
(September 6-7, 1994), and Yom Kippur is coming up (September 15,
The President has ordered 8,300 Navy, 1,800 Marine and 4,000
Army personnel along with 15 or 20 warships to [prepare to] invade
SECRET WARS BETWEEN POWERS THAT BE
If what you are about to read does not scare the pants off you, then
you must not be wearing any.
Pay attention and this information may
save your life. The purpose of this article is to inform you briefly
about some of the secret wars that are going on between
the Powers-That-Be that are struggling for control of the world.
In 1978, I was head of a Mensa special interest group called the
Doomsday Club News and Intelligence Report.
I wrote a newsletter for
the Club. In the May, 1978, issue I said:
"WAR is an ever-present danger, much closer than most people
realize. Now Russia is testing ’killer satellites’ and laser and
particle beam weapons, while the U.S. is undertaking a major program
to develop counterbeam weapons - a real Star Wars battle is taking
shape. War in space is now possible and the likelihood of it grows.
A program is now under way to determine the feasibility of using the
Space Shuttle for defense purposes."
What I did not know at that
time, was the fact that the space war had already started.
manuscript will provide more details. In the same newsletter, I
mentioned that Richard Helms of the CIA had been fired by
Carter, and recommended that the reader contact the Security &
Intelligence Fund (at address included) for more information.
listed the staff members as James Angleton, Elbridge Durbrow,
Gen. Robert Richardson, Former Secy. of Navy and Treasury Robert
Anderson, former Chief of Naval Operations Admiral G. W. Anderson,
and other names that become important later in this story.
SHIFTING DEFENSE STRATEGIES
On page 10, I said:
"The U.S. is shifting its defense to
sub-launched ballistics missiles and air-launched cruise missiles,
as silo-based ICBMs become vulnerable to a pre-emptive first strike
by the Soviet Union."
The B-52, F-14, F-15, and F-16 will be
equipped with cruise missiles over the next five years, in the
This posture indicates admission that nothing
standing still in the U.S. can be protected - only aircraft and
submarines have a chance of surviving a first strike.
"Independent congressional studies already have been completed that
show that by 1980 the Russians could conduct a first strike against
the Minuteman force with a strong probability of being able to
destroy the majority of U.S. ICBMs, and that by as early as 1981 the
U.S. will no longer have a sufficient deterrent to preclude a Soviet
I continued with a quote from Aviation Week & Space
Technology, (p. 14, Apr. 3, 1978), about the numbers of missiles
that we and Russia had.
Later on the page I mentioned about Defense
Secretary Harold Brown proposing a sharp increase in civil defense
spending, including funding a study to plan faster evacuation of
cities during threat of a nuclear attack. What was going on? Why was
the U.S. shifting its defense strategy, and suddenly emphasizing the importance of civil defense?
In my July issue of the DCN&IR newsletter, I quoted
General George S. Brown, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, who said:
Soviets are doing is unsettling, principally because none of us know
"General Alexander Haig, Supreme Allied Commander in Europe, warned
Washington in March of the fundamental change in the Warsaw Pact Air
Arm to "an offensive character."
I continued by saying that I felt
that Russia was preparing to defend itself from the threat of a
rearmed Germany. I mentioned that most of the U.S. nuclear force was
on German soil. On page 7 I said that,
"Japan, for the first time
since World War II, has ordered its armed forces to prepare defense
plans to protect itself from foreign attack."
On page 10, I quoted Alexander Solzhenitsyn as saying,
no matter how powerful, can help the West until it overcomes its
loss of willpower. To defend oneself, one must be ready to die."
PARTICLE BEAM TECHNOLOGY RIDICULED
The cover headline article of my October 1978 issue was NUCLEAR
WEAPONS - SOON OBSOLETE! The following is what that article said:
General George Keegan - grad of Harvard, flew 56 combat missions in
WWII, earned Distinguished Service Cross in Vietnam, Executive VP of
U.S. Strategic Institute, Chief of U.S. Air Force Intelligence.
About two years ago he retired from the Air Force, because he saw
some critical dangers to the U.S. that he was not allowed to reveal
to the public.
He tried to warn the Powers in the White House but
they laughed at him. So about 19 months ago he made the first public
references to secret Russian research on "charged-particle beam
weapons." Aviation Week & Space Technology magazine followed up on
his information and determined that he was essentially correct.
However, President Carter and Defense Secretary
Harold Brown, both
badly briefed by the CIA, ridiculed Keegan.
U.S. scientists at Lawrence Livermore Lab (bicycle riding distance
from me) undertook Project See-Saw to determine if the U.S. could
build particle beam weapons. The decision was that it was presently
impossible to build such a weapon and since we are so far ahead of
the Soviets technologically, it was ridiculous to think they were
building one. Keegan revealed his findings on Soviet particle beam
developments to CIA head William Colby in 1975.
Colby convened the
Nuclear Intelligence Panel which determined that, since the US could
not build such a weapon, it was impossible that the Soviets were
doing it. Colby never passed the information from the Air Force
intelligence on to the President or Secretary of Defense. Keegan
retired and started making the information public, through the
American Security Council (of which I am a member of the National
Advisory Board) and other groups.
His story was greeted with
high-level official sneering, the most acrimonious sneers coming
from the self-styled "nuclear engineer" President Jimmy Carter and
Defense Secretary Harold Brown (formerly from Lawrence Livermore
"But despite the official denials, the Soviets continued their
work, carrying at least eight electron-beam experiments into space
on board Cosmos, Soyuz and Salyut spacecraft..."
(AW & ST) and
conducting tests at Semipalatinsk and Sarova.
"At the same time,
younger U.S. physicists, uninhibited by the ego problems of their
elders, also were making progress on the key techniques required for
beam weapons development.
Now the tide has turned. A full-scale U.S. effort to tackle the
technology required to determine the feasibility of beam weapons
development is being organized at the highest level in the Pentagon.
Even the most stubborn skeptics now acknowledge that leaving this
field uncontested to the Soviets is a risk the U.S. cannot afford to
Because of the extreme public embarrassment this series [of
articles] will bring to... President Jimmy Carter, and Defense
Secretary Harold Brown, who saw his contemporaries try and fail in
Project See-Saw, there is still an attempt to shroud the program in
(Aviation Week & Space Technology, Oct. 2, 1978).
The article states,
"Experts on Capitol Hill, who have surveyed all
the evidence including secret data not available to us, have
concluded that Gen. Keegan’s assessment was essentially correct..."
Edward Teller has informed key senators that Gen. Keegan’s analysis
was right on the core of the matter."
The Soviets have already successfully tested
particle beam weapons
(as has France!).
"U.S. particle beam weapons experts who have
access to U.S. intelligence information and personal contacts with
Russian physicists involved in magnetic and plasma physics programs
believe the Soviets will field a ground-based proton beam weapon
The Pentagon has initiated a program called "Chair Heritage" to
field our own system by about 1982.
It formerly was mostly a Navy
program at the Naval Post-graduate facility in Monterey, CA, but is
now being combined with the Army SIPAPU project (space beams, as
opposed to beams carried on Navy vessels) and others - it seems that
now everybody who is anybody is getting involved (Lawrence Livermore
Lab, Sandia Corp., Defense Nuclear Agency, CIA, Hughes Aircraft,
Lockheed, University of Texas, Austin Research Associates, etc.).
If you remember, Russia beat us into space with Sputnik, then we
went into a crash program to get ahead of them. Vannevar Bush once
said that it was impossible to build a ballistics missile capable of
going 3000 miles, but within 10 years Russia had them and we were
just beginning a crash program to catch up.
Now we are once again in a race for strategic superiority, but this
time Russia may field their system in 2 years while it appears that
we require at least 5 years - but then things can change quickly.
A problem we now have is the top leadership - the President and
Secretary of Defense - may hold back progress because they do not
like to admit their mistake. In the past, there were several
intelligence services, all in competition with each other trying to
be the most accurate and when one service goofed, the other pointed
Now, Carter has unified the intelligence services under
Stansfield Turner and all intelligence reports must be through
Turner before they get to the Defense Secretary or President from
men such as Gen. Keegan, Gen. Singlaub, etc. It also creates the
chance that the President can be considerably misinformed or
This, in the long run, could be an even greater danger
to the U.S. than the particle beam weapon!
PARTICLE BEAM CAPABILITIES
So what is a particle beam weapon?
It is similar to a
laser, but it
is not a laser. Lasers shoot a beam of electromagnetic radiation
(light), while particle beam weapons shoot a beam of sub-atomic
particles (electrons, protons, ions, etc.). What this means is that
NUCLEAR WEAPONS MAY SOON BECOME OBSOLETE.
Whoever puts satellites with particle beam weapons into orbit first
(property controlled by complex sensors and computers) can control
world. ANY GUIDED MISSILE OR AIRCRAFT CAN THEN BE ZAPPED OUT OF
IN A FRACTION OF A SECOND AFTER LAUNCH.
Under those conditions, we will still have nuclear bombs, but it
would be impossible to deliver them against an enemy who is
protected by particle beams.
An editorial in AW & ST said,
"For beam weapons offer the promise of
reducing strategic nuclear weapons to a negligible factor in the
future. If successfully deployed, beam weapons can end the long
reign of nuclear terror introduced by the ballistic missile and its
thermonuclear warhead. If the Soviets achieve this capability first,
it will give them enormous crucial leverage in imposing their
political will on the rest of the world.
If the U.S. achieves it
first, there will be no need for flimsy SALT agreements, and in a
dead heat, the citizens of this planet can look forward to a
shifting of international tensions from the strategic nuclear area
to more conventional and less devastating weapons."
If you want to
know what particle beam weapons are like, just watch "Star Wars" or
This is the end of the quote from my 1978 newsletter. And now, as
Paul Harvey would say, for the rest of the story!
Russia launched the Intercosmos 17 octagon space vehicle on
September 26, 1977. The "Encyclopedia Britannica" says its purpose
was for "international scientific research in charged particles and
What, a charged particle satellite? Already in
space? What did we just read above?
"If the Soviets achieve this
capability FIRST, it will give them enormous crucial leverage in
imposing their political will on the rest of the world."
WAR IN SPACE
The Battle of the Harvest Moon began on September 17, 1977. Russia
began destroying our spy satellites using "killer satellites."
September 27, Russia destroyed our SECRET MOON BASE. On September
29, 1977, Russia launched the Salyut 6 manned space station into
orbit. First, let’s explore a little background.
The book "War In
Space" by James Canan, 1982, Harper & Row, p. 153 says:
weapons, their perils and their promise, began penetrating the
congressional consciousness in the late seventies, and it was Major
General George J. Keegan USAF - ’crazy George’ to his critic,
’brilliant George’ to his admirers - who started it all. Keegan
undoubtedly harbored one of the very highest IQs ever to grace the
military establishment, which is, stereotypes to the contrary,
saying quite a lot.
Keegan was in Air Force intelligence for many years, and in charge
of it, starting in 1972, for five... By the mid-seventies, Keegan’s
Air Force intelligence empire, as his critics dubbed it, had a
population of about 50,000 and was spending nearly $3 billion a
year. Keegan had access to HUMINT sources inside Russia and
elsewhere, to all the albums of the photorecce satellites and all
the tapes of the ELINT satellites."
"In 1972, a young
civilian scientist in the employ of Air Force intelligence had come
to Keegan with ’evidence of a Soviet effort to develop one of
the greatest strategic weapons of all time - a beam weapon of
great, high energy that would be used to destroy ballistic
missiles in flight for the ultimate defense of the Soviet
Having spent three years studying nuclear physics at the graduate
level, Keegan took it upon himself to team up with that young
scientist in the examination of evidence gleaned from unclassified
Soviet scientific papers.
He concluded that the young man was onto
something, and he put his troops to work. With Keegan in direct
control, an Air Force intelligence team sifted and collated reports
from inside Russia and from satellite photographs and communications
intercepts concerning a sprawling complex of buildings, pipes, and
what-not at Semipalatinsk in south-central Soviet Asia.
What the Soviets had built there - starting with their underground
positioning of two huge spheres in the early 1970s - was a facility
for the testing of charged-particle beams... a sizable segment of
the U.S. scientific community jumped all over Keegan, accusing him
of trafficking in paranoia."
"In 1974, two years after General Keegan began sounding off
in top-secret circles about the Russian work at Semipalatinsk,
particle beams came back into vogue at the Pentagon. A Defense
Department document described what happened: the Navy initiated its
"Chair Heritage’ program involving electron beam development [for]
’application to defense of ships against all forms of attack by
aircraft and missiles... The Army also began a separate program
to demonstrate the production of high-current ion beams.’
The first Army program, called ’SIPAPU’ (an American Indian word for
sacred fire) is controlled by the Ballistic Missile Defense Command
at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama, and centered at the Los Alamos
Scientific Laboratory. Chair Heritage, transferred to DARPA control
in 1980, is being conducted by the Lawrence Radiation Laboratory at
I trust that some of my readers will take note of that
Until mid-1979, I worked for Control Data Corporation in Sunnyvale,
California, in the "skunk works" division. One of the projects on
which I worked was Chair Heritage.
For confirmation for researchers, I will provide the following
My boss was Phil Myers. Program Managers were,
Some of the projects were code named STC, RFREDA, BRONCO, MARE
LATFAC, DALFAC, RKYDSO, etc.
It would do you no good to know what
these names stood for - TIGS stood for Terminal Integrated Graphics,
IOS was Integrated Operating Systems, DALFAC was Dallas Facility,
etc. Just suffice to say that we had the world’s most powerful
computers (Star 100 which was a Cray computer, etc.) and we were
involved in the U.S.’s most secret projects.
Our customers included
the weather facility at Monterey, CA, (weather satellites do more
than observe the weather), Cheyenne Mountain in Colorado, DARPA
(Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency), NASA, and, oh yes, THE
IRS. One of my friends spent all his free time away from the job
studying anti-gravity, so it was not too hard to guess what his job
General Keegan and Carter’s Secretary of Defense
Harold Brown did
not see eye to eye - could the fact that Brown’s father was a
Russian Jew (I forget his real name) have had anything to do with
it? As a military officer, Keegan was forbidden to say anything to
the public, so in January 1977 Keegan resigned and set up the
American Security Council and began traveling over the
country giving speeches to try to awaken everybody. He failed.
Keegan died in March, 1993. His obituary in the
"New York Times"
"He asserted that the Soviet Union was building a
civil-defense system that would ensure a reasonable rate of survival
from nuclear exchange. He also believed that the Russians were close
to deploying futuristic charged particle-beam weapons."
The book "Deep Black: Space Espionage and National Security" by
Burrows, Random House, a history of spy satellites, has more
information on Keegan.
Have you ever REALLY wondered why the U.S. never went to the moon
again? Do you remember "Skylab?"
The official story is "Skylab" was
launched May 14, 1973. It was to be America’s manned space station.
On 5/25/73 a Saturn rocket carried the first crew (Conrad, Kerwin &
Weitz) to "Skylab," a mission that lasted nearly a month.
The second crew (Alan Bean, Owen Garriott, and Jack Lousma) was
launched 7/28/73, a mission that lasted nearly two months. Both
missions were plagued by failures, leaks and other problems.
The third manned "Skylab" mission began November 14 with Gerald
Carr, William Pogue and Edward Gibson. It was said that the mission
was delayed six days because of cracks in the Saturn rocket’s tail
Russia had launched a space station on April 3, but on April 14 it
blew up, what was described as a "catastrophic malfunction."
"BAD LUCK" AT NASA
After the amazing successes of the Apollo missions, for some reason
NASA started having all kinds of bad luck.
"In the U.S. the success
of the first flight of the Space Shuttle orbiter was clouded by two
catastrophic failures of previously reliable rocket launch vehicles.
After preliminary taxi test on the runway and flights mated to its
Boeing 747 jet carrier plane, the Shuttle orbiter Enterprise was
pronounced ready for release from its mother plane.
On August 12, at
Edwards Air Force Base in California, astronauts Fred W. Haise, Jr.,
and C. Gordon Fullerton guided the Enterprise to a ’superslick’
landing on the floor of Rogers Dry Lake 5 minutes and 23 seconds
after being released from the 747. A second flight, with astronauts
Joe H. Engle and Richard H. Truly, on September 13 was equally
successful. Haise and Fullerton put the Enterprise through yet
another landing ten days later.
An ill omen appeared at the Kennedy
Space Center in Florida in mid-May, when a small, strap-on
solid-propellant booster rocket fell from its bracket on the first
stage of a Delta vehicle and damaged it. The booster was being
prepared to launch the Orbital Test Satellite for ESA.
The satellite was destroyed on September 13 when its Delta launch
vehicle exploded one minute after lift-off, apparently because one
of its solid-propellant strap-on rockets detonated. Only 16 days
later, a Centaur booster with an Intellsat 4A communications
satellite on board also went up in flames only one minute after
"Encyclopedia Britannica Book of the Year," 1978, p. 638.
Friends, it’s time you learned the real story.
In October, 1977, a
newly operational Russian Cosmos Interceptor shot down "Skylab.
Skylab," along with its crew of five American astronauts secretly
aboard, died in a giant fireball over the United States. NASA
immediately initiated a prolonged cover-up of what had happened.
do I know? Suffice it to say, I have a very high-up source of
END OF PART 1
NASA wanted everyone to forget about that mysterious headline-making
fireball, so they pretended that "Skylab" was still in orbit but
sinking unexpectedly. NASA used stories about the Space Shuttle as
part of their "Skylab" cover-up.
They pretended that perhaps the
Shuttle would come along in time to save "Skylab." This was simply a
double lie by NASA. First, "Skylab" could never be saved because it
had already been destroyed. Secondly, the United States was in no
position at that time to launch the Shuttle or anything else of a
military nature into space. Russia was deploying her secret new
Space Triad of advanced manned space weapons.
Russian Cosmos Interceptors had starting sweeping the skies clear of
American Spy Satellites, and Russian hovering electrogravitic
weapons platforms, the Cosmospheres, were making headlines by
creating enormous air booms along the coasts of America, and still
All of these things took place just as America’s Space
Shuttle Program was getting off the ground.
AMERICAN BOLSHEVIKS - MASTERS OF DECEPTION
The result was a complete reorganization of the Shuttle Program. The
old plans to bathe it in continuous publicity were tossed.
"Bolsheviks" in our government, who had replaced the
cartel in many areas of power, cast a net of secrecy over all the
new military plans. We were never told about the capabilities of the
training Shuttle "Enterprise," and we were never told about the many
things which were going on at White Sands in the military Shuttle
By keeping these things secret, the Bolsheviks placed
themselves in a powerful position to deceive us and the deceit has
We were never told about the modified NASA 747 which carried a
complete replica of the crew quarters and cargo bay of a Shuttle -
and still does. We were unaware that that airplane, originally
intended for training, was to become a Bolshevik tool of deception
When we saw video tapes of astronauts in the simulated
Shuttle cockpit, we naturally thought it was the real thing. Seeing
a notebook float in mid-air for a few seconds next to the
astronauts, we were supposed to think they were weightless because
they were in orbit.
We were given no clue that those moments of weightlessness had taken
place months earlier in a mock-up. Further, what would you do if you
were an astronaut faced with the fact that Russia has just turned
the corner and can destroy your nation with one blast? Do you not
think that a good patriot would go along with the game?
that brings us to a serious problem - perhaps the pictures fooled a
lot of Americans and the world - they did not fool the new rulers of
They had learned the previous fall what the flight of the
"Columbia" was really all about and, when the "Columbia" was
launched on April 12, the Russians were ready and waiting!
LAUNCH OF THE COLUMBIA INTO ODD ORBIT
The real mission plan was for a short mission. The astronauts were
supposed to get into orbit and deploy the military satellite from
the "Columbia’s" cargo bay very quickly; then they were to return to
Earth - not aboard the Shuttle but in a very special re-entry
Two days later they were supposed to land the disguised
Shuttle "Enterprise" at Edwards Air Force Base as the final act in
the falsified drama staged for our benefit.
For the first time in three years the Pentagon was hoping to get a
Spy Satellite into orbit that could not be shot down immediately by
Russia. This attempt was destined to continue by our nerdniks into
disaster after disaster.
You must know what happened in the front end to have any idea what
continues. If you can think back to American space launches of the
past, some may have noticed something very unusual about the launch
of the "Columbia." In the past, manned space launches from Cape
Canaveral were always made toward the southeast, toward the equator,
but not so with the "Columbia."
It was launched to the northeast,
away from the equator. The reason for this was the secret space
reconnaissance mission of the "Columbia." In its public news
releases, NASA told everyone that "Columbia" was launching into a
44-degree orbit - that is, it would never go farther north or south
than 44 degrees above and below the equator. But the actual orbit
chosen for the "Columbia" was a 69-degree orbit.
A 69-degree orbit
was chosen because it would take the "Columbia", and the Spy
Satellite inside it, all the way north to the Arctic Circle and
beyond. That is the kind of orbit that is necessary if a spy
satellite is to fly reconnaissance over Russia.
The northeast launch of the "Columbia" was done in order to enable
the Spy Satellite to start gathering data over Russia only minutes
after the "Columbia" reached orbit. Time was of the essence in any
attempt to spy on Russia. Every American spy satellite launched at
Russia during the prior three years had been blinded or shot down
before gathering much data.
The secret flight plan for the "Columbia" was completely different
from what NASA claimed in public.
The plan called for "Columbia" to
be launched on an initial northeast course in the general direction
of Bermuda, then roughly 2-1/2 minutes after launch, "Columbia" was
to begin an unorthodox course change - a wide sweeping turn into the
north. This unprecedented curving launch was intended as an evasive
sneak past any Russian Cosmospheres that might be waiting overhead.
Still accelerating on its curving course, the "Columbia" was
supposed to pass about 100 miles east of Cape Hatteras, North
Roughly 200 miles east of Washington, D.C., the Shuttle’s
main engines were to cut off. After coasting in silence for a few
seconds, the fuel tank was scheduled to cut loose as the "Columbia"
passed 100 miles east of New Jersey.
For the next two minutes the
Shuttle and its fuel tank were to be coasting onward past the east
tip of Long Island, over Boston, and onward toward Maine.
that time the Shuttle was supposed to maneuver away from the fuel
tank, using small maneuvering jets. Finally, just as the "Columbia"
passed over New Brunswick, Canada, the flight plan called for the
orbital maneuvering engines to be fired. Somewhere over the Labrador
Sea, flying upside-down, the "Columbia" was scheduled to reach Earth
As soon as it did so, the flight plan called for astronauts Young and Crippen to go to work fast.
COLUMBIA’S SPY MISSION
In less than ten minutes time they were supposed to open up the
cargo bay doors and turn on the sensors of the Spy Satellite resting
As they did these things, the "Columbia" was to be racing
over the south tip of Greenland, out over the middle of the Denmark
Strait between Greenland and Iceland, above the Arctic Circle, and
then dipping back southward toward northern Norway, Finland, and
According to the flight plan, the "Columbia" was scheduled
to cross the Russian border just south of the strategic Kola
Peninsula. This would be only some less than 23 minutes after
lift-off. At that instant initial reconnaissance over Russia was to
be under way. The Spy Satellite inside the cargo bay, even though
not yet deployed, would have had a perfect view downward through the
open doors of the upside-down shuttle.
The "Columbia" was intended to fly over a course across Russia that
began just west of the strategic White Sea in extreme Northwestern
Russia. From there the planned course of the "Columbia" was to take
it southeastward over some 2500 miles of strategic Russian
During the first minute alone, the satellite was expected
to see parts of the highly sensitive Kola Peninsula, the White Sea,
including the super secret submarine yards near Kazan, one of the
bases of Russia’s flying ABM system.
This system uses charged
particle beams carried by supersonic TU-144 Transports.
Toward the end of the first pass over Russia the Spy Satellite was
expected to gather data on two more of Russia’s four Cosmodromes -
those of Baiokonur and Tyuratam. In between, numerous other war
targets were also to come under scrutiny. The spy satellite in the
"Columbia’s" cargo bay was expected to see all that during its very
first pass over Russian territory. It would all take only 8-1/2
Then the "Columbia" would have crossed the border with
Afghanistan, heading toward India. Barely 10 minutes later, the Spy
Satellite was to be radioing its data down to the American receivers
at Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean.
Now, that WAS the plan. The military planners were confident that
their Spy Satellite would get at least this planned first look at
Russia. They were sure that "Columbia’s" curving launch and the
short time involved would prevent Russia from thwarting the mission.
"Columbia" took off from Cape Canaveral at 7:00 A.M. Eastern Time,
that Sunday morning. By 7:23 "Columbia" was expected to be over
By 7:31 "Columbia" was expected to be leaving
Russian skies, and by 7:45 that same Sunday morning the military
planners expected to have their first reconnaissance data from
RUSSIANS FOIL PLAN
The plan sounded plausible but the ’planners’ were falling victim to
the very intelligence gap which they themselves created in America
Russian Intelligence agents were able to learn the
general outlines of the "Columbia" mission plan some six months
prior to launch. It is worse today, for there are more KGB agents in
the CIA than there are "loyal" Americans.
Fully a month before the public roll-out of the "Columbia" at the
Cape in November of 1980, the Russian Space Command was studying the
problem. There was no question about one thing: The "Columbia’s"
mission could not be allowed to succeed.
Given even a shred of up-to-date reconnaissance data, the Bolsheviks
in America were determined to set off a nuclear war. Even so, there
was a question about the best way to spoil the mission. Several
possibilities were considered, including sabotage or simply blasting
the "Columbia" out of the sky. All were rejected because they shared
one weakness. Each alternative would halt one Shuttle mission, but
it would not stop the Shuttle Program as a whole, and Russia’s goal
was to completely shut down the Space Shuttle Program.
At last they hit upon the solution. What was needed was a Space Age
version of the famous U-2 incident of two decades prior. In the
waning days of the Eisenhower Administration, Russia had publicly
accused the United States of invading its air space with spy
That was before the era of Spy Satellites, and invading
other countries’ air space was a serious charge in the eyes of the
American spokesmen tried to diffuse the growing furor while
carefully avoiding a definitive denial of the charges; but the
Russians kept it up. Finally President Eisenhower became so
exasperated that he flatly denied, in public, that America was
flying spy planes over Russia. That was exactly what the Russians
were waiting for.
The Russians promptly did what American
Intelligence specialists thought they could not do - they shot down
a high-flying U-2 on a flight over Russia. The name of the CIA
pilot, the late Francis Gary Powers, filled the headlines world-wide
overnight. The Russians had made a liar of the President of the
A summit had been scheduled between President Eisenhower and
Nikita Kruschev, but the Russians icily called it off. In studying the
"Columbia" situation, the Russians decided to make the focus of
similar nature. After all, all they would need would be to land that
Shuttle intact. Russia protested continuously about the military
nature of the Shuttle Program, and perceived they would be able to
shock the world with the truth of it by simply proving it.
would put the crashed Shuttle on public display together with its
nuclear-powered, laser-firing Spy Satellite. The Kremlin liked the
plan, and agreed to it. To further emphasize the parallels with the
1960 U-2 incident, Russia had recently proposed a summit with the
The plan was to withdraw the summit proposal in
protest after shooting down the "Columbia."
The Russian Space
Command went to work several months earlier to get ready. They were
faced with a big order: to bring down the "Columbia" on Russian
Territory without totally destroying it. As recently as only a year
prior it would have been totally impossible to even consider such a
thing. However, the Russians now had a new space tool to do the job.
It was the third version of the Russian levitating weapons platform,
They were and are called "Super Heavies" by the
Russian Space Command.
"SUPER HEAVIES" MAKE READY
The Russian Super Heavy Cosmospheres were still considered
experimental in nature but had vast improvements integrated since
the early 1980s.
Even so, by ’80/81 the Russians had already built
seven of them. In terms of volume, they are bigger than the Goodyear
Blimp, they are even bigger than the biggest dirigibles
("zeppelins") of the ’30s. They could carry a payload of more than
50 tons, far more than the Space Shuttle; and they were equipped
with powerful electromagnetic propulsion which could take the Cosmosphere all the way to orbital speed.
In short, the jumbo Cosmosphere was actually Russia’s Space Shuttle. It was fully
In order to carry out their attack on the Space Shuttle "Columbia,"
Russia’s entire fleet of seven jumbo Cosmospheres were made ready.
Five were outfitted with special grappling equipment to enable them
to seize a very large object in space. The other two were outfitted
with neutron particle beam weapons.
These weapons were the same type
as were used in the "Battle of the Harvest Moon"
in September 1977.
"COLUMBIA" BLASTS OFF
At 7:00 A.M. Sunday morning, April 12, 1981, the rocket engines of
the Space Shuttle "Columbia" roared to life.
Moments later the giant
solid boosters were fired, and the "Columbia" took off. As it
climbed, it rolled around and started leaning into the flight path
toward space. As we watched on television, it rapidly dwindled off
into the northeast. The solid boosters separated and peeled away to
each side. Moments later the "Columbia" vanished from the TV screen.
The television scene then shifted to the alleged Mission Control in
Houston - all of this had been set up well in advance. Yes, I know
you will find this hard to believe!
The NASA computer-controlled map started tracking the alleged course
of the "Columbia." According to the map, "Columbia" was heading out
over the Atlantic toward Bermuda; but at that moment, free of the
solid boosters, "Columbia" was already starting its long sweeping
curve to the north.
One hundred fifty miles east of Charleston,
South Carolina, Russia’s fleet of 7 jumbo Cosmospheres were hovering
high over the ocean as the Space Shuttle approached on its elaborate
curving path, upside-down with the huge fuel tank on top.
COSMOSPHERES INTERCEPT SHUTTLE
The two Cosmospheres armed with neutron beams closed in on the
"Columbia" from below and a bit to the rear, where they could not be
seen by Young or Crippen.
The other five jumbo Cosmopheres with
their grappling equipment, flew in formation above and well behind
the fuel tank to be out of the line of fire. The Cosmopheres pace
the Shuttle until it reached a predetermined altitude and speed.
Then the armed Cosmospheres opened up with their neutron beams.
Firing at point-blank range, each Cosmosphere fired just two bursts
from its beam weapon, "WHOOMP! WHOOMP!"
The first salvo flooded the
cockpit area and an area near the engines in the rear. Young and
Crippen died instantly, the neutron radiation having totally
disrupted all activity of their nervous systems, brains, eyes, and
At the same time the Shuttle’s engines shut down. A fraction of a
second later, the second salvo flooded neutron radiation into the
nose and an area beneath the cargo bay. These shots were calculated
to derange and shut down the "Columbia’s" flight computers - that
is, all the computers except one. The Russians wanted the backup
computer to take over and do its job - that is, make an emergency
automatic re-entry and crash landing in Russia.
that it would do so because the backup computer is heavily shielded
against radiation. The shielding is a material more efficient than
lead. It is GOLD!
The Russians fully expected that "Gold Computer," as it is known in
certain circles, would take over after the engines shut down. Within
some 10 seconds after the engines shut down, the fuel tank, still a
third full, was automatically cast loose. The Gold Computer was now
flying the Shuttle. The five jumbo Cosmospheres with grappling
equipment, fastened onto the fuel tank.
Then using their powerful
electromagnetic propulsion, they veered away with the tank. From its
northeasterly course, the tank was swerved around over the North
Atlantic in a great arc until it was heading southeast instead. The Cosmospheres then accelerated to orbital speed and cast the fuel
tank loose. Three years prior to this the First Cosmospheres had
a message by way of enormous air booms along America’s East Coast.
Do you remember hearing the discussion on the news about the
mysterious "sonic booms" that were being heard along the coast? Now
Russia’s newest Cosmospheres were using the Shuttle fuel tank to
send a chilling new message to America’s Bolshevik war planners.
Meanwhile the armed Cosmospheres followed the "Columbia" itself.
Having had its engines shut down prematurely, the "Columbia" was
well below orbital speed. It was following a ballistic path, just
like an ICBM, into the heart of Russia. It looked as though the
Russian plan was going to work to perfection - but then the
A NO-WIN SITUATION
One of "Columbia’s" deranged computers apparently began to function.
The brief shut-down had thrown it out of synchronization with the Gold Computer, so the two computers apparently did not communicate
with one another. As the "Columbia" passed over the border of
Russia, it was flying right-side-up instead of upside-down under
control of the Gold Computer.
But the other computer opened up the cargo bay doors right on
schedule. As the Shuttle began to re-enter over Russia, hot air
flooded the cargo bay. Heat sensors in the Spy Satellite detected
the heat build-up, which was programmed into the Satellite’s
computer as a sign of "attack damage." Finally, the temperature
built up to a critical point, activating a self-destruct circuit in
The Spy Satellite exploded, blowing the
The Russians had hoped for a crash landing in recognizable form.
Instead, the "Columbia" ended up in wreckage strewn along a line
some 85 miles long in central Russia southeast of the City of Kazan
and the citizens had to be told a research satellite had fallen out
of orbit. As it turned out, neither the American Bolsheviks nor the
Russians got what they wanted.
But there were destined to be more
attempts, each just as foolish as the one before it.
END OF PART 2
On November 24, 1980, America’s Manned Space Program suddenly
started showing signs of life after near death.
It was the day when
the Space Shuttle "Columbia" was rolled out into public view at the
Kennedy Space Center in Florida. It was the first public appearance
by the Shuttle in almost two years. The Shuttle arrived at Cape
Canaveral two years prior, in March of 1979.
From then until November of 1980 the Shuttle "Columbia" remained in
hiding in a very large metal cocoon called the "Orbiter Processing
Facility," but on November 24 suddenly the cocoon opened up and out
popped the Space Shuttle.
It was not a very long trip set for that day - about 300 yards to
the nearby Vehicle Assembly Building, where it disappeared once
again as if by magic. For the first time in nearly six years the
United States was committing itself in public to manned missions
into space. The roll-out of the "Columbia" took almost everyone by
America’s Space Shuttle Program was a full three years behind
schedule. Since late in 1977 we heard about nothing but problems,
delays, and more problems with the Space Shuttle.
In fact, just five
days before, Dr. George Low, former director of the "Apollo" Moon
Program, summarized it all in total disgust when he said,
"Today I wonder whether we could
start another "Apollo," much less accomplish
The "Apollo" moon landing program was another program
lies, smoke and mirrors, but I will save that story for some other
time. For now, the centerfold of "Spotlight" newspaper for September
5, 1994, will give you some hint of the lies involved.
POST-LUNAR "QUARANTINE" FARCE
Another recent source of information on this subject was an article
called "The Great Lunar Quarantine" in "Air & Space" magazine for
If you remember, when the moon-landing
astronauts came back they had to be quarantined for three weeks.
Thinking minds questioned the reasons for this.
On page 39, the article states:
"The problem was that [the
quarantine] was all show," says Gerald Wasserburg, John D. MacArthur
professor of geology and geophysics at the California Institute of
Technology, who is still fuming 25 years later.
"It really didn’t
prevent contamination. The people from Fort Detrick [the Army’s
biological warfare facility], who really knew how to contain
pathogens, though it was ludicrous. It was all part of a fraud, but
it couldn’t be stopped because it was coming from such a high
political level. Do you suppose there was some other reason for the
debriefing, er, quarantining?"
SPACE SHUTTLE COUNTDOWN TO NUCLEAR WAR
After three years on hold, the countdown was under way.
There was a
total air of urgency about it. Corners were being cut, safety
precautions were being overstepped, unheard of risks were being
taken; and when reporters asked why these things were being done,
they received only double talk instead of answers.
The Space Shuttle was the most complex American spacecraft built to
that point. There were more things to go wrong than ever before, and
the entire future of America’s Manned Space Program depended on the
shuttle. In fact, we were told that within a few years the Shuttle
would be launching practically all American satellites.
As far as we were told, America had put all its eggs in one basket.
The old NASA would have proceeded step by step with the greatest of
care. Every manned spacecraft had made its first trip or two into
space without astronauts to insure no loss of life in case of
INVISIBLE FACTIONS AT WAR
In 1981 things were done in a very strange manner indeed.
were, our American Bolsheviks were getting ready for nuclear war,
and a wartime rush mentality dominated. They wanted to take out the
Russians before they got any stronger. It was a case of certain
Russian and American forces at war with other Russian and American
forces! The very first Shuttle was to be manned and was to go all
the way into high orbit.
There was no regard for the safety of the
astronauts; however, we did not know that they had been training in
the "Enterprise." Remember the "Enterprise?" Whatever happened to
it, do you know? I was telling people at that time that something
fishy was going on.
For all intents and purposes, the new rocket engines of the Space
Shuttle were radically untested, as far as anyone was aware. There
were three main engines called SSMEs by NASA. Those engines had
never flown into space prior to that time; in fact, they had never
so much as been fired all together until just eight days prior to
On that day, the three engines were fired for only 20 seconds on the
pad at the Cape. NASA did not run the risk of running them longer
even though those engines were supposed to be reusable, launch after
launch. Instead, based on a mere twenty-second test, NASA would have
two astronauts risk their lives on the engines and, in the actual
launch into space, the engines would have to operate full-bore for a
minimum of nine minutes.
NASA knowingly gambled that the three fresh engines on "Columbia"
would last long enough to get into orbit. The engines were only one
example of NASA’s unexplained haste because if "Columbia" didn’t
reach orbit, the next question was: Could it return? NASA didn’t
have the foggiest notion.
The recent launching of the Hubble telescope smacks of the same
subterfuge for the "duplicate" scope which was launched was truly
another attempt to fool the Russians and again the attempt was total
disaster as only an evil empire can create.
In 1980 the new Thermo Protection Systems was radically new.
the previous spacecraft had "heat shields" which carried away heat
by burning away during re-entry, therefore they could be used only
once. But the Shuttle was supposed to be reusable over and over, so
it required a different kind of shield. They developed a lightweight
ceramic, broken up into more than 30,000 small pieces called
"tiles." Strange thing, they said a "few" fell off each time but not
to worry, it was OK.
How could it be OK?
The heat would have burned a hole where
the tile was missing. I remember they said they could not fly the "Enterprise" because they "forgot" to put heat shields
on it, then the "Enterprise" just sort of faded from the picture.
Then the "Columbia" flew with heat shields dropping off of it?
Remember? Did you notice? Did you smell a rat? I did!
For at least two years before the original launch we had been
hearing tales about problems with tiles. It began when the Shuttle
"Columbia" arrived at Cape Canaveral in March of 1979 on the back of
a jumbo jet.
Many tiles had been lost or damaged
during the flight and the "Columbia" looked like it had smallpox - and that was just
from riding piggyback in the atmosphere.
GROUNDED BY THE BEAR
The tile controversy made a perfect cover story to explain away the
3-year grounding of the Space Shuttle. The real reason was that
America had been locked out of military space missions since late
1977. In August of 1977 the first pre-flight tests of the Space
Shuttle took place. A Shuttle was carried aloft aboard a jumbo jet
and cut loose and guided to a landing by the astronauts. It seemed
that the age of the space shuttle was about to dawn.
RUSSIAN COSMONAUTS IN SPACE
Russia’s space program seemed completely silent. What we didn’t know
was that Russia had been deploying her secret particle beam weapons
in space, and on September 17, 1977, Russia started smashing our spy
satellites in what was called the Battle of the Harvest Moon. They
launched their "Salyut-6" Space Station into orbit on September 29,
1977, and thus began a steady stream of Russian cosmonauts back and
forth into space. They even took cosmonauts from at least seven
other countries including Cuba and Vietnam into space with them,
while we just wrung our hands.
RUSSIAN BOLSHEVIKS FLOCK TO AMERICA
The Bolsheviks had been kicked out of power in Russia, and the
American Bolsheviks had been waiting long and watching for a moment
of weakness among their enemies - the secret new rulers of Russia.
The Bolsheviks wanted desperately to regain their former positions
of power in Russia; but for years, Russia’s new rulers had been
expelling the Bolsheviks, who then flocked mostly to the United
The Bolsheviks had originally been put into power in Russia by the
Rockefeller Cartel in November 1917. They were called Communists but
were merely sadistic dictators and later had been kicked out of the
Kremlin. By the last half of 1980, they began to regain power in
Russia so the decision was made to go ahead with the space shuttle
A top secret American spy satellite had been developed by the
National Reconnaissance Office, a secret project that Control Date
worked on (I did the paperwork for the people who programmed the
OVERT FIRST-STRIKE BY U.S. - ALMOST
Russia destroyed an American spy satellite on September 20,
and a week later put our secret Moon Base out of action.
months later, Russia finished destroying all our spy and early
warning satellites. Since then, we have tried several times to
deploy spy satellites to get targeting information to launch a
nuclear war, a war we have come very close to starting several
All we found out was the Russia had moved the targets around
and we dared not launch (although some wanted to anyway).
BOLSHEVIKS PLAN NUCLEAR FIRST STRIKE AGAINST RUSSIA
Yes, there was a full-blown plan for the U.S. to launch a
first-strike nuclear war against Russia.
The nuclear first strike
against Russia relied heavily on missiles, including America’s
secret Minuteman TX mobile missile (not the MX that the media talked
about), but it could not succeed without up-to-date information on
the targets in Russia. The American Bolsheviks were doing all they
could to get us into a nuclear war, while they had survival shelters
for themselves (but not the rest of us!).
Russia had and has
extensive survival shelters, working civil defense plans, and great
storage facilities full of wheat, corn, oats and other supplies we
gave to them (we "sold" the supplies to them, knowing they would not
pay us back).
U.S. CITIZENRY TOTALLY EXPENDABLE
In the book "Deep Black: Space Espionage and National Security" General George Keegan tells of the Russian civil defense shelters.
He found that every factory in Russia had a shelter. The city of
Moscow had 75 underground command post/shelters, each one the size
of the Pentagon. Yes, that’s what he said. They were each covered
with 100 feet of reinforced concrete and four hundred feet of dirt.
He said they were each 2 or 3 times as strong as Hoover Dam.
Every military city in Russia and most other cities had them. Keegan
said that it would take five hundred billion dollars to build just
one. I typed that right, billion with a "B," read it again. He said
they were "plush," they even had railroad trains going into them.
They have shelters along the road from the airport into downtown
Russia is fully committed if necessary to fighting a nuclear war and
surviving. The United States, however, has no civil defense system
at all - except for a very exclusive system for the Elite. Our
program was officially called MAD, "Mutually Assured Destruction."
However, we would have been the only ones destroyed. If you had 20
minutes warning that hydrogen bombs were about to be dropped all
across America, WHAT WOULD YOU DO?
I know what many of you will say.
"I don’t worry about it, whatever
is God’s will, will be."
That type of brainwashing has gotten us
into this mess.
God’s will, is for us to have free will. If you want
to step in front of a railroad train, God will let you. He will not
stop you! And if you do nothing about the mess you/we are in, God
will let you die! If the Russians want to attack this country, or if
we want to attack them, God will allow it - He allows free will to
The American Bolsheviks were doing all they could to get set for
nuclear war, so they were desperate for new, up-to-date
reconnaissance data from Russia. Russia knew this, that is why they
finished perfecting a survival plan. We, however, were totally
expendable, then and now. We filled their silos with survival
supplies and emptied ours.
The elite Bolsheviks had, by this time, developed a satellite which
they believed could survive in orbit for a while if they launched it
in secret and took devious routes of flight.
END OF PART 3