Whistleblower claims he served 17 years at secret Mars military base

April 8, 2014
1 Title-page-image-650A new whistleblower has come forward to claim that he spent 17 years on Mars serving at a secret military base whose main mission was to protect five civilian space colonies. In exclusive testimony released today on ExoNews TV, the whistleblower, who uses the pseudonym, Captain Kaye, said that the Mars Defense Force recruits personnel from different military services. He claims that he was recruited from a covert branch of the U.S. Marine Corps called “Special Section.”

Captain Kaye’s testimony reveals that the main human colony on Mars is called Aries Prime which is located inside a crater. Aries Prime serves as the headquarters for the Mars Colony Corporation. According to Captain Kaye, the air is breathable on the surface of Mars, and the temperature could be warm at times.

He claims that there are two indigenous species on Mars, both of which are highly intelligent. One of these was a Reptilian species that was very aggressive in defending its territory. The other was an Insectoid species that was equally capable of protecting its territory. He said that indigenous Martians are not particularly interested in expanding their territory, only maintaining it. Captain Kaye said that as long as the Mars Defense Force and Mars Colony Corporation did not encroach on the territory of the indigenous Martians, there would be stable relations.

After serving 17 years of a 20 year tour of duty, events changed dramatically when virtually all combat personnel from the Mars Defense force were asked to retrieve an extraterrestrial artifact from a cave sacred to the indigenous Reptilians. Captain Kaye described how over 1000 men and women were killed in a subsequent battle and only 28 of his colleagues, including himself, survived.

Captain Kaye is currently seeking documents to verify his incredible experiences, and for now offers his testimony as evidence of a break away human civilization based on Mars. Parts of his testimony is consistent with the claims of other whistleblowers who have previously come forward to reveal secret events on Mars. Michael Relfe, for example, claims that he also was recruited for a 20 year tour of duty that involved covert operations on Mars. Also, Laura Magdalene Eisenhower, the great granddaughter of President Eisenhower, claims that covert efforts were made to recruit her to join a colony on Mars that was headed by famed physicist, Dr Hal Puthoff. Finally, Captain Kaye’s claims that Mars has a breathable atmosphere is supported by a number of NASA images revealing small animals on the surface.

To watch the ExoNews TV episode exposing Captain Kaye’s Mars experience, click here.

To listen to the audio of Captain Kaye’s first hand testimony, click here.

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  1. ShaunS on April 9, 2014 at 2:13 am

    The assumption here is that these people, that make such claims, are trying to establish their credentials as Psychological Warfare operatives. So if lots of people believe their dreamed up stories they will be seen to be skilled in this area and get highly paid jobs, where they are required to spread stories that an enemy could believe that would lead an enemy into a trap.

    How can a psyop demonstrate his ability other than this kind of method? In general the truth is a smaller simpler thing. A collection of rocks not a Duck. Ducks are found near a river (point to the river). Squirrels eat nuts (point to the oak tree). That’s not to say that there are things going on with Mars, but probably the prisoners in space deal, and those would be the people who in their right minds would opt for Mars instead of an earthly prison cell.

    Agent K was from MIB if you recall?

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