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Former Head of Israel’s Space Program Says Aliens Asked Not to Be Revealed as Humanity is Not Ready

Article by David Israel                                       December 5, 2020                                    (jewishpress.com)

• Professor Haim Eshed, 87 (pictured above), is a highly decorated aeronautical engineer who served within the Israeli Defense Force’s Intelligence Division since the 1960s. Retiring from the Israeli military in 1980 with the rank of lieutenant colonel, Eshed then worked with the Israeli Ministry of Defense as the head of Israel’s Security Space Program until 2011.

• Professor Eshed recently told Israel’s largest daily newspaper, Yedioth Aharonoth, that President Trump was on the verge of revealing the existence of extraterrestrial beings in our midst, but the alien beings asked for a delay in the announcement as “humanity is not ready yet.” According to Professor Eshed, “[T]he aliens in the Galactic Federation are saying: Wait, let people calm down first. They (the aliens) don’t want to start mass hysteria. They want to first make us sane and understanding.”

• The highly advanced extraterrestrial beings of the Galactic Federation have been waiting for humanity to evolve and reach a stage where the people on Earth understand what space and spaceships truly are. “There’s an agreement between the US government and the aliens,” says Professor Eshed. The US government signed a contract allowing the extraterrestrials to research and do experiments on Earth and in this solar system. The ETs are trying to understand the fabric of the universe, and want Earth humans to unite with them in this galactic endeavor.

• Professor Eshed went on to reveal that there is an underground base on Mars, inhabited by extraterrestrial representatives of the Galactic Federation as well as American astronauts.

• Professor Eshed holds a bachelor’s degree in electronics engineering from the Technion, a master’s degree in performance research. In 1965, he served in the technological unit of the Israeli Defense Force’s (IDF) Intelligence Division in research and development. In 1969, he was sent by the IDF Military Intelligence division to the US to earn a doctorate in aeronautical engineering. Eshed was then appointed as head of the research and development department in the Israeli Intelligence Corps, achieving the rank of lieutenant colonel.

• Following his military service, Eshed was employed as a professor at the Technion’s Space Research Institute, and in 1981 became the first director of the Challenge Program – a unit of the Administration for Research, Development of Weapons and Technological Infrastructure (Mapat) in the Israeli Defense Ministry, which is responsible for satellite projects. He retired from the Defense Ministry in October 2011, having commanded the launching of 20 Israeli satellites. Professor Eshed has received the Israel Security Award three times, twice for confidential technological inventions.

• “If I had come up with what I’m saying today five years ago, I would have been hospitalized,” says Professor Eshed. “Wherever I’ve gone with this (extraterrestrial revelation) in academia, they’ve said: ‘the man has lost his mind’. Today, they’re already talking differently. I have nothing to lose. I’ve received my degrees and awards, I am respected in universities abroad, where the (extraterrestrial) trend is also changing.” Professor Eshed has recently published a new book and audio book entitled: The Universe Beyond the Horizon – conversations with Professor Haim Eshed.

[Editor’s Note]  Learn more in Dr Michael Salla’s insightful 12-minute video critique below.

 

Prof. Haim Eshed served from 1981 to 2010 as the head of Israel’s security space program and over the

Eshed’s book: “The Universe Beyond the Horizon – conversations with Professor Haim Eshed”

years received the Israel Security Award three times, twice for confidential technological inventions. So if he went nuts, and this possibility is always open, it had to have happened over the past decade. And the reason we think the good professor may have lost his marbles has to do with an interview he gave 7 Days, the Shabbat edition of Yedioth Aharonoth, Israel’s largest circulation for-pay newspaper, in which he says, “The aliens have asked not to announce that they are here, humanity is not ready yet.”

Prof. Eshed told Yedioth, among other things: The UFOs have asked not to publish that they are here, humanity is not ready yet. Trump was on the verge of revealing, but the aliens in the Galactic Federation are saying: Wait, let people calm down first. They don’t want to start mass hysteria. They want to first make us sane and understanding.

  depiction of Galactic Federation ETs

They have been waiting for humanity to evolve and reach a stage where we will generally understand what space and spaceships are. There’s an agreement between the US government and the aliens. They signed a contract with us to do experiments here. They, too, are researching and trying to understand the whole fabric of the universe, and they want us as helpers. There’s an underground base in the depths of Mars, where their representatives are, and also our American astronauts.

If I had come up with what I’m saying today five years ago, I would have been hospitalized. Wherever I’ve gone with this in academia, they’ve said: the man has lost his mind. Today they’re already talking differently. I have nothing to lose. I’ve received my degrees and awards, I am respected in universities abroad, where the trend is also changing.

To those of us who have grown up following the history-altering warp flight of Zefram Cochrane, which was witnessed by a Vulcan spaceship and soon enough began Earth’s acceptance into the more evolved planets of our galaxy, Prof. Eshed’s teachings are familiar, even trite, with one important proviso: we know Cochrane is a fictional character (born in 2013 or 2030, Star Trek is not a very organized universe). Eshed may not be distinguishing so good between reality and fiction.

Eshed, 87, holds a bachelor’s degree in electronics engineering from the Technion, a master’s degree in performance research, and a doctorate in aeronautical engineering. In 1965, he served in the technological unit of the IDF Intelligence Division in research and development positions. In 1969, he was sent by the IDF Military Intelligence to study for a doctorate in aeronautical engineering in the United States. When he returned, he was appointed head of the research and development department in the Intelligence Corps. He retired with the rank of lieutenant colonel. Following his military service, he was employed as a professor at the Technion’s Space Research Institute, and in 1981 established and became the first director of the Challenge Program, a unit of the Administration for Research, Development of Weapons and Technological Infrastructure (Mapat) in the Defense Ministry, which is responsible for satellite projects. He retired from the Defense Ministry in October 2011, having commanded the launching of 20 Israeli satellites.

All of which does not mean that at age 87, Prof. Eshed can’t don a Hawaiian grass skirt and communicate with the Alien base in the depths of Mars. His new book, The Universe Beyond the Horizon – conversations with Professor Haim Eshed, as recorded by Hagar Yanai (published by Yedioth Aharonoth), is available in print at just NIS 68.6, with a kindle version for a laughable NIS 48. An ideal gift for Chanukah.

 
12:39 minute video of Dr Michael Salla on Haim Eshed’s ET disclosure (‘Michael Salla’ YouTube)

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America’s ‘Star Wars’ Against China

Article by Tom Fowdy                                 November 25, 2020                                  (news.cgtn.com)

• The Trump administration has announced that it is adding an additional 89 Chinese aerospace companies to the list of those prohibited from acquiring US-made components and technologies without approval, linking them to a “national security threat.” The obvious goal is protectionism – to stifle China’s own development in the aerospace sector, forcing China to rely on US firms such as Boeing.

• The Trump administration has made the decision that China represents a competitor in space exploration and technology, and that Beijing wants to militarize outer space. As China sends its Chang’e-5 lunar module to the Moon, Trump is trying to undermine China’s entire aerospace industry to gain the upper hand.

• In 2018, Trump created Space Force “to protect US and allied interests in space and to provide space capabilities to the joint force” including satellite-orientated warfare and missile technology. Is this not the militarization of outer space contravening the 1967 Outer Space Treaty? The United States wants to gain unchallenged military hegemony over the entire world and sees China as a “competitor.”

• The US defense community claims that it is Beijing that is militarizing space as it works on its own satellite and exploration programs. As an article from Defense News claims, “China wants to dominate space, and the US must take countermeasures.” Beijing, however, claims to uphold the consensus that space is for peaceful development only.

• In December 2019, Foreign Ministry Spokesman Geng Shuang condemned the US Space Force, stating, “The relevant US actions are a serious violation of the international consensus on the peaceful use of outer space, undermine global strategic balance and stability, and pose a direct threat to outer space peace and security.”

• The “China threat” narrative is about maintaining US strategic supremacy as the only major player in outer space. This view predates Trump, with the Obama administration banning coordination of China’s national space agency with NASA in 2011, and excluding China from participating in the international space station.

• More attention should be focused on America’s emerging “Star Wars” against China. Space Force is a new strategic frontier for American militarization, aimed at competitor states such as China, in contravention of international law. The development of outer space exploration and technology ought only to be for peaceful purposes for “the common heritage of mankind.”

[Editor’s Note]   Can the Chinese Communist Party be trusted to be peaceful? The CCP has come under the control of the Deep State and President Trump knows this. As the white hat Alliance is in the process of dismantling the Deep State – in America, in China, and everywhere else in the world – the Deep State would like nothing better than to trigger a global war in order to maintain its long-standing global domination. The Deep State-controlled CCP is desperate as the Chinese people, and even President Xi Jinping himself, see the Chinese government’s corruption and are turning against the established Communist Party. So as things come to a head now in this five-dimensional chess game, Trump and the US military may have a very good reason to keep the pressure on Beijing.

 

A few days ago the news was announced that the Trump administration was preparing to add an additional 89 Chinese companies to the commerce department’s entity list, prohibiting them from acquiring U.S.-made components and technologies without approval and claiming they are linked to the military and represent a “national security threat.” The firms were noticeably all in the aerospace industry, with an obvious goal of attempting to stifle China’s own development in this sector and force Beijing to be reliant on U.S. firms such as Boeing. Given the Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China (Comac) (a firm being listed) is launching its own domestically made alternative to the 737, the C919, next year, it is difficult to see the move in any other light. It’s obvious protectionism.

But there is another angle, a strategic one too, of outer space. The Trump administration has long made a decision that China represents a competitor in space exploration and technology, and claimed falsely that Beijing seeks to militarize the cosmos as a pretext for their own militarization plans, contravening the 1967 Outer Space Treaty which pledges that space and “celestial bodies” may only be used for “peaceful development” and not military means.

In doing so, the administration has over the past few years put in place plans to transform space into the newest “strategic frontier” and now, as China launches Chang’e-5, seeks to undermine China’s entire aerospace industry to gain the upper hand. As a result, this is a sphere worth watching.
The U.S. “Space Force”.

In 2018, Trump announced the creation of a “U.S. space force” or “space command.” Although the idea was ridiculed for sounding like something out of a science fiction novel, it is, in fact, something serious. The strategic objectives of such a command is, as is stated on its website, “to protect U.S. and allied interests in space and to provide space capabilities to the joint force.” That is the militarization of outer space. This includes things such as satellite-orientated warfare and missile technology. The United States wants to gain the upper hand in this sphere in order to maintain unchallenged military hegemony over the entire world and with that viewpoint comes the designation of China as a “competitor.”

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No, Trump Isn’t Blocking UFO Disclosure

Article by Jazz Shaw                                     November 24, 2020                                   (hotair.com)

• In an article by Andrew Daniels in Popular Mechanics, Daniels accuses President Trump of jeopardizing the momentum of UFO disclosure over the past two years by threatening to veto the 2021 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), the annual bill that sets the budget and policies for the U.S. military, if lawmakers don’t remove a bipartisan amendment to rename military bases named after Confederate leaders. The NDAA includes language designed to bring secret military UFO information out to the public. The NDAA must be passed and signed before Congress adjourns on January 3rd.

• Nevermind that Trump has probably spent more time talking (albeit benignly) about UFOs than any President before him, and that the most stunning government revelations on the subject of UAP/UFOs in the history of our country occurred on his watch.

• Firstly, the protection of Confederate monuments and related historical notations is a pet project of Trump’s because it polls well with his base. It is unclear whether the President is even aware of the UFO/UAP language tucked in there. So it’s a bit misleading to say that the President is thinking of “blocking the public from learning” about UFOs.

• Secondly, the way this subject is being framed by Daniels assumes that the public has any realistic chance of learning “the truth about UFOs” even if the NDAA bill is passed. The Senate is calling for the UAP Task Force to better define how it collects and internally shares information, and to release a public report with any non-classified material they can provide. That sounds great on paper, but it doesn’t mean we’re actually going to learn anything. There’s no funding attached to that language so Congress has nothing to hang over the Pentagon’s head. The Pentagon could simply ignore this order, if passed.

• A Pentagon UAP spokesperson has already made it clear that the Department of Defense has no intention of discussing “details of either the observations or the examination of reported (UFO) incursions.” It’s highly unlikely that the Pentagon will be sharing any new information on UFOs any time soon, no matter what the NDAA says.

• Despite President Trump’s promise to “check into” UFOs, we have yet to see any indication that he carried through on it, or that this is really any sort of a priority for him at all. And given how the recent election court cases have been going, the President probably doesn’t have much time left to do it even if he wanted to. So there doesn’t appear to be any real move toward UFO disclosure here to block.

 

                Confederate monument

A curious article showed up at Popular Mechanics yesterday that immediately caught my attention. The title was, “Trump May Block the Public From Learning the Truth About UFOs.” That sounds like a rather ominous accusation, considering that Donald Trump has probably spent more time talking about UFOs than any president before him. I’m not saying that he’s actually revealed anything of interest beyond some hints and suggestions that he would “look into it.” But the most stunning government revelations on the subject of UAPs in the history of our country definitely took place on his watch.

   Robert E. Lee statute in Richmond VA

The article is from Andrew Daniels, and what he’s talking about is a valid concern for those interested in this subject, but the reality isn’t quite as dire as the title makes it sound. Here’s part of Daniels’ pitch.

President Donald Trump says he’ll veto the 2021 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), the annual bill that sets the budget and policies for the U.S. military, if lawmakers don’t remove a bipartisan amendment to rename military bases named after Confederate leaders, according to an NBC News report.

The NDAA, which must be passed and signed before Congress adjourns on January 3, covers troop pay raises and funding for new equipment, among other items. But it also includes language that could ultimately change what the American public knows about UFOs in a significant way. A Trump veto of the NDAA may stall the momentum of a movement that has rapidly captured mainstream attention over the last two years.

So it turns out that Daniels is referring to the same subject that we discussed here on Saturday. The NDAA should (though this isn’t a 100% sure thing yet) contain the language regarding the Pentagon’s UAP Task Force generated by Marco Rubio and the other members of the Senate Intelligence Committee. But the President is still threatening to veto the NDAA if provisions ordering the renaming of certain military bases named after Confederate leaders aren’t removed.

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