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Wernher von Braun and the Roswell Incident

 

Article by Christina Stock                           March 2, 2020                               (rdrnews.com)

• At the end of World War II, the U.S. Government brought a number of prominent German scientists to America under what was called ‘Operation Paperclip’. One of these scientists was the now legendary Wernher von Braun (pictured above), who functioned as a key figure in the design of American rocket technology, including the Saturn rocket that first took us to the moon in 1969.

• When a UFO crash occurred northwest of Roswell in early July 1947, President Harry Truman needed to make some quick decisions. As we all know, he ordered the military to cordon off the area and take control of the crash site. Truman also decided to bring in civilian scientists to examine the crashed UFO. This may have included Robert Oppenheimer and Wernher von Braun. In his book, “Is E.T. Here?”, UFO researcher Robert Trundle indicates that von Braun was indeed one of the scientists Truman brought in on the Roswell UFO crash.

• In the book, Trundle cites an account given by Clark McClelland, astronaut and former science officer with the Kennedy Space Center, who describes a memorable exchange he once had with von Braun. During one of many meetings of Cape Canaveral launch crews, McClelland and von Braun stepped outside onto a patio for a chat. The conversation drifted to the 1947 Roswell incident. Von Braun and his colleagues were working at the White Sands Testing Range near Roswell, testing captured V-2 rockets. McClelland asked von Braun whether the rumored Roswell UFO crash really happened.

• On condition that McClelland wouldn’t repeat any of it while von Braun was still alive — a pledge which McClelland kept — von Braun told McClelland that in fact he had been asked to help inspect the crashed UFO. Von Braun described the craft’s material as being a thin, unfamiliar substance more resembling some sort of skin than metal. Some pieces were like silvery chewing gum wrappers, von Braun said.

[Editor’s Note]  Wernher von Braun died in 1977. In 1978, investigative reporter Stanton Friedman interviewed former Air Force intelligence officer Major Jesse Marcel, a Roswell eye witness who said that it was no weather balloon that crashed in the desert, but a UFO. Thus, the legend of the Roswell UFO crash entered the public zeitgeist. And the silvery ‘chewing gum wrapper’ like material that von Braun mentioned? Jesse Marcel hid several sheets of it in his hot water heater at his home in Houma, Louisiana. It may still be there today. (see ExoArticle here)

 

When the UFO crash northwest of Roswell occurred in early July 1947, President Harry Truman, upon receiving that fateful phone call in the wee hours, must have needed to make some quick and shrewd decisions about what to do. As we all know, this obviously ended up including a cordoning off of the crash site and the control of that site by the military.

                     Clark McClelland

Some other actions must have been needed as well, notably including the decision to bring in some civilian scientists to examine what had to be the most remarkable object ever encountered in human history.

Various speculations and inferences over the years have been made as to who some of those experts might have been, for example, my own conclusions about consultation with Robert Oppenheimer. In addition, another interesting choice has come to light.

At the end of World War II, the U.S. Government brought a number of prominent German scientists to America, in what was called Operation Paperclip. One of these scientists was the now legendary Wernher von Braun, who functioned as a key figure in the design of American rocket technology, including the Saturn rocket that first took us to the moon in 1969.

Recently, UFO researcher George Filer has explored, published in his online journal Filer’s Files, an account given by Ufologist Robert Trundle in his book, “Is E.T. Here?” to the effect that von Braun was one of the scientists Truman brought in on the Roswell UFO crash. Trundle cites an account given by Clark McClelland, astronaut and former science officer with the Kennedy Space Center, who describes a memorable exchange he once had with von Braun.

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Project Blue Book Episode 4 Review: Operation Paperclip

Alejandro Rojas                  January 30, 2019                          (denofgeek.com)

• Episode 4 of the History Channel series, Project Blue Book, is entitled “Operation Paperclip” and delves into the events in Huntsville, Alabama in the late 1950’s, when the former Nazi rocket scientist, Wernher von Braun, was heading up the US military’s development of its own rocket weaponry. The show’s protagonist, J Allen Hynek, is led to Huntsville after he sees a UFO darting around his commercial airplane and his partner, Air Force Captain Michael Quinn, feels certain that it was a rocket from the Huntsville base. While there, they are introduced to Von Braun and other Germans that were brought here under Operation Paperclip to assimilate into American society and work on the rocket program. They see a humanoid alien floating on a vat of liquid, and a UFO or replica that disappears when a force-field is activated around it.

• Operation Paperclip was real, and Wernher von Braun was a real rocket scientist brought to the U.S. The German rocket scientists were first brought to Fort Bliss, Texas, but in the ‘50s, von Braun and his team were moved to Huntsville, Alabama. The Americans wanted the Germans to create the world’s first ballistic missiles for them.

• During WWII, the Nazi’s communicated with aliens (Draco Reptilians) and were able to develop technologies based on alien technology. There are pictures online of saucer-shaped craft with Nazi symbols and guns mounted on them, although firing the weapons disrupted the propulsion systems and would not work. The Germans were able to develop rudimentary anti-gravity propulsion with a “Nazi Bell” craft. The propulsion system consisted of two cylinders filled with a mercury-like substance that spun in opposite directions.

• In 1943, the USS Eldridge, a 300 ft long Navy destroyer, was used to experiment with cloaking technology. When the invisibility machine was enabled, the ship disappeared. When it reappeared crewmen reported feeling sick, and some were killed by somehow being embedded into the bulkhead of the vessel. Known as “The Philadelphia Experiment”, this is the technology alluded to in this episode of Operation Blue Book when the prototype spaceship disappears at the end of the show.

• This Project Blue Book episode seems to suggest UFO sightings are actually due to civilian sightings of our own experimental aircraft, or in this case, experimental rockets. This is a ruse that the CIA has often used. The problem is that the U.S. Air Force began investigating UFO sightings in 1947 with Project Sign and Project Blue Book began in 1952. The U.S. did not conduct test flights of the U-2 spy plane until the mid to late 50s. So it is not possible for the U-2 test flights to have been the UFOs that caused the creation of Project Blue Book.

Project Blue Book, the TV show, is getting more exciting. This particular journey into conspiratorial sci-fi is intelligent in that it is expertly incorporating the UFO and conspiracy mythologies while making the viewers think about alternate explanations to the UFO mystery.

 

Project Blue Book episode 4 takes a nosedive into the rabbit hole, but the wild storylines follow real conspiracy and UFO mythologies that are popular on the web. It also presents an intriguing alternate theory to the idea that UFOs have anything to do with aliens at all.

   the real Wernher von Braun

Take an odd part of history, add a bit of conspiracy mythology, then sprinkle with magic Hollywood dust and up sprouts a huge, beautiful tree of fantasy. That would sum up my feelings on “Operation Paperclip.” I am a student of history, so I relish in historical accuracy. However, I am also a sci-fi buff, and this latest episode frustrated the history buff in me while exciting my sci-fi side.

Let’s get into it. The show begins with Hynek on an airplane. The first mystery presented was that the passenger cabin of the aircraft looked more like a train with curtains over the windows and seats that faced one another. However, in a tweet, show creator and writer David O’Leary wrote: “Yes, these old 1950s planes really did have train-like booths that faced each other. And lots more leg room!” Score one for historical accuracy! Granted, it’s one of the few points that I will award in this category for this particular episode.

Hynek then sees a UFO flying around the airplane. We are lead to believe Hynek is experiencing this sighting, but then he wakes from a dream. He was dreaming about his most recent UFO case – a sighting by the passengers and crew of a commercial aircraft near Huntsville, Alabama.

          the real J. Allen Hynek

Quinn feels certain he knows who is responsible for this UFO incident and he is not very happy about it. Quinn explains that after World War II, German scientists were snatched up by the U.S. as part of Operation Paperclip. He says Huntsville was set up to house German scientists working on rocket technology, led by Wernher von Braun. Having fought in World War II, Quinn is with the situation.

Hynek and Quinn travel to Huntsville to find out what the Germans are up to. Quinn is convinced that the UFO that buzzed the airplane was a rocket built by the former German scientists, who he believes were not concerned with endangering the lives of the passengers.

Security denies Hynek and Quinn access to the base, but Quinn crashes through the barricades anyway. This does allow them an audience with Von Braun but also lands Quinn a suspension. Von Braun says he is familiar with Hynek’s work, shows them a secret rocket launch and offers Hynek a job. He admits it was one of his rockets that buzzed the airplane, but Hynek doesn’t believe him.

To make a long story short, after leaving, Hyenk and Quinn break into the base again. This time they sneak around and find a body floating in a suspended animation container. It looks like an alien. The base alarms sound, so the two race off, only to be caught. Von Braun tells them what they saw was a monkey that had been sent into space and was undergoing testing as to the effects of space on its body. Hynek tells him he is suspicious of their project because the rocket explanation for the UFO sighting did not fit the witness testimony. There is something von Braun is hiding.

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An Alien Investigator Reveals Which ‘The X-Files’ Storylines Are 1000% Legit

by Matt Galea                     September 21, 2018                     (pedestrian.tv)

• Alien investigators are almost unanimously in agreement that The X-Files tv show portrays the most accurate image of how extraterrestrials look and act, according to Mary Rodwell, founder of Australian Close Encounter Resource Network.“Many may call this information a conspiracy theory but in fact it is often based on hard evidence,” says Rodwell.

• “In many sci-fi series’, the non-human beings are… conveyed as negative and this is not the case. Many thousand, if possibly millions, are having benevolent interactions and communication with these beings if my clients information is credible,” says Rodwell, “and I believe it is.” According to Rodwell, “In a recent academic study of over 4,000 people, 85% said their interactions [with ET beings] were benevolent against only 15% who said they were not.”

• So just how much is the X-Files tv show based on fact? “Far more than you would probably like it to be,” says Rodwell.

• Rodwell notes that the eleventh season of the X-Files tv show explores the Mandela effect, the phenomenon where some people have a memory that isn’t part of the overall consensus reality. For example, some people had recalled that Nelson Mandela died at an earlier time than the consensus recalls. Some say this is because they have tapped into a parallel universe or different timeline.

• In Rodwell’s work with over 3,000 people who claim to have encountered non-human intelligences (NHI), a high number mention that they feel and sense they are part human/ part non-human hybrids. There is a wealth of data which suggests that there are numerous covert programs that are exploring and doing genetic research like cloning, mixing species and hybridisation. On the X-Files, FBI Agent Scully has a hybrid son.

• Another X-Files episode explores the treatment of military personnel exposed to biological weapons, vaccinations, and nuclear weapon radioactivity as test subjects to see what effect they had on the body and mind. This is based on the many governmental programs that were eventually revealed in real life.

• Operation Paperclip brought scientists from Nazi Germany who were experimenting on humans to America, although England and Russia took their share of Nazi scientists as well. Since the 1940’s under MK-Ultra and Project Bluebird, the CIA has conducted mind control testing with drugs such as LSD, even using disabled children and prisoners as test subjects. This has been a subject of the X-Files show.

• The X-Files show that deals with Scully’s ET hybrid son also refers to such children having telepathic abilities. Whistle-blower Emery Smith claims that there is a covert military program that experiments with telepathy.

• There are many people who believe that there are protocols being implemented to reduce the population, including Chemtrails which are not only used for weather control, vaccinations that cause infertility, food deliberately polluted with insecticides and preservatives, and the neurotoxin fluoride which is put into our water supply to dumb us down. The X-Files exposes our exposure to this sort of biological weaponry.

 

Of all the sci-fi films and TV shows out there, alien investigators are almost unanimously in agreement that The X-Files portrays the most accurate image of how extraterrestrials look and act.

So with the 11th season of the popular series now on DVD, Pedestrian.TV asked Mary Rodwell, Founder and Principal of Australian Close Encounter Resource Network, to analyse the series and separate the fact from the fiction.

Scarily, there is more truth in the show than there is BS.

“There is always an aspect of sensationalism in all fiction but being involved as a researcher in this field for over 25 years I can tell you that many of the concepts covered in The X-Files are based on real information that most of the public may be unaware of unless they are exploring what is hidden from them,” Mary says.

“Many may call this information a conspiracy theory but in fact it is often based on hard evidence.”

As Mary states, the show obviously exaggerates concepts to make it entertaining, so I asked her if she feels like the series is helpful or a hindrance on the study of the unknown. Brace your fkn selves for her response…

“I believe there is much more truth in fiction than the mainstream realises,” she says. “The series helps to open minds and get people thinking. On the other hand, it can also promote fears that may be unfounded as with the alien abduction scenarios which are not a reflection of the truth.”

Adding, “In many sci-fi series’, the non-human beings are in a majority of instances conveyed as negative and this is not the case, however, many thousands – if possibly millions – are having benevolent interactions and communication with these beings if my clients information is credible and I believe it is.”

Which leads to one of the greatest alien-related questions that believers have: are extraterrestrials benevolent or malevolent?

“In a recent academic study of over 4,000 people, 85% said their interactions were benevolent against only 15% who said they were not,” she says.

Here, I’ve asked Mary to take the reins and discuss some theories explored in The X-Files’ 11th season that ring true.

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