by Andrew Arnett
There is a plethora of mounting evidence supporting the thesis that such things as portals and “Stargates” do in fact exist, and that interdimensional beings are entering our world through said portals. This evidence comes from no less an authority than our government’s military and intelligence agencies and, though some would relegate the entire business to science fiction, it appears that such things are being taken very seriously by certain branches of our government and their counterparts in the private sector.
The New York Times article revealing the existence of a secret Pentagon program utilizing millions of taxpayer’s dollars for the purpose of studying the UFO phenomena proves that the government is quite serious about the subject. And it turns out not just UFOs but also other off beat subject matter that is often grouped under the heading of “paranormal.”
Documents obtained by CBS affiliate KLAS-TV in Las Vegas revealed that the Pentagon program was studying, in addition to UFOs, the subject of dark energy, warp drives and extra dimensions as well. A representative for Bigelow Aerospace Advanced Space Studies (BAASS), an aerospace firm that worked with the Pentagon’s UFO program, issued a statement elaborating upon their mission:
The investigations by BAASS provided new lines of evidence showing that the UFO phenomenon was a lot more than nuts and bolts machines that interacted with military aircraft. The phenomenon also involved a whole panoply of diverse activity that included bizarre creatures, poltergeist activity, invisible entities, orbs of light, animal and human injuries and much more.
To this end, BAASS hired and trained 50 full-time staff which included retired law-enforcement and military intelligence officers, engineers, technicians and Phd level scientists, creating, according to the report, the largest full-time multi-disciplinary team in history, for the purpose of investigating the UFO question. That’s an impressive line-up, but what kind of information have they uncovered?
So far, the public has gotten only drips and drabs in the way of some grainy videos of the Air Force intercepting alleged UFOs. However, if we comb through the data that has been released by various government agencies in the past decade or so, we find there is quite an impressive body of literature regarding these esoteric matters. Let’s take a closer look at some of these reports.
Inside The FBI Vaults
A startling revelation comes to us via FBI documents, declassified in 2011, concerning the discovery of extraterrestrial spacecraft capable of materializing and dematerializing in our own atmosphere. The report, filed in San Diego, California, on July 8, 1947 by a special agent (name redacted) with the rank of Lieutenant colonel, proves the FBI has been aware of, and have been studying, the phenomena of alien visitations, for years.
The report warns that “a very serious situation may develop at any time with regards to the ‘flying saucers.’ If one of those should be attacked, the attacking plane will almost certainly be destroyed.” Here is a portion of the transcript:
1. Part of the disks carry crews, others are under remote control.
2. Their mission is peaceful. The visitors contemplate settling on this plane.
3. These visitors are human-like but much larger in size.
4. They are NOT excarnate earth people, but come from their own world.
5. They do NOT come from any “planet” as we use the word, but from an etheric planet which interpenetrates with our own and is not perceptible to us.
6. The bodies of the visitors, and the craft also, automatically “materialize” on entering the vibratory rate of our dense matter.
7. The disks possess a type of radiant energy, or a ray, which will easily disintegrate any attacking ship. They reenter the etheric at will, and so simply disappear from our vision, without trace.
8. The region from which they come is NOT the “astral plane,” but corresponds to the Lokas or Talas. Students of esoteric matters will understand these terms.
9. They probably cannot be reached by radio, but probably can be by radar if a single system can be devised for that apparatus.
There is really so much for us to unpack here — from the remarkable declaration that aliens come from a planet which “interpenetrates” our own, to the observation that these visitors are “much larger in size” than us. The information, if true, is at the very least nerve racking, when not paradigm shattering to the core. In retrospect, it is little wonder that the intelligence community, at least initially, felt it necessary to sit on this kind of information, rather than release it for public consumption.
If the public’s reaction to the 1938 radio broadcast of The War of the Worlds serves as litmus test, then widespread panic to alien disclosure would be assured. Would it be any surprise if the plethora of science fiction books and movies inundating us over the decades has been, at least in part, an attempt to condition the public into accepting the alien presence?
The Army Has A Close Encounter
The UFO investigating group known as Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) has on file, thousands of reports of UFO sightings. Many hundreds of them come from military personnel. One of these files, MUFON Case #55741, caught my attention for its similarities to the interdimensional spacecraft we are discussing.
On the night of May 10, 2004, an Army Special Forces unit specialist reportedly witnessed a UFO while on security detail outside of Kabul, Afghanistan. He was “pulling roaming security” from a traffic control point south of their military base to a point north. He was seated in the passenger seat while a fellow soldier was driving. The witness claims that a “huge” craft seemed to “come out of nowhere,” floating over a mountain from the south, east of their military base. The object was spherical and translucent like a glowing light bulb and, perhaps most significantly, could not be seen with the naked eye, but could be seen with night vision goggles.
The witness stopped their vehicle and watched as the object hovered 50–100 feet in the air, moving slowly at about 5 to 10 mph. The UFO was about 100 yards from the outside perimeter of their base camp. The witness then made contact, by radio, with their base commander, who was located a quarter mile southwest of their position. The base commander acknowledged seeing the object, but then ordered the unit to “get back to work, it’s nothing.”
The unit then observed the object for another ten minutes before turning around and going north. While continuing to watch the UFO, they saw it had stopped a quarter mile north-east of their position, then fire a beam of light, which landed behind a mountain. Shortly after, the UFO took off at an “alarming” rate of speed, straight up at a 90 degree angle and then, disappear into the sky.
If the incident, as related to us in this MUFON case, is true, then we have to wonder if such a craft is of interdimensional origin? If it is, how does it travel to and fro between dimensions? It is alleged that Aleister Crowley contacted an extraterrestrial by means of a portal. Are “portals” merely the poetic whimsy of occultists with over-active imaginations and too much time on their hands? Or is their scientific proof behind their existence?
NASA Makes A Remarkable Discovery
To begin, we need to first understand what is meant by a “portal,” at least in theory. Also referred to as a stargate, wormhole and vortex, the portal offers a means by which one can traverse great distances, as great even as many light years, in but a short amount of time and, possibly as quick as the blink of an eye. To whit, portals and stargate technology connect two points in space/time by a method akin to folding a piece of paper onto itself.
Remarkably, a NASA-funded researcher at the University of Iowa has found evidence that supports the portal theory, and he has discovered ways for us to locate them.
“We call them X-points or electron diffusion regions,” explains plasma physicist Jack Scudder of the University of Iowa. “They’re places where the magnetic field of Earth connects to the magnetic field of the Sun, creating an uninterrupted path leading from our own planet to the sun’s atmosphere 93 million miles away.”
Observations made by NASA’s THEMIS space probe show that these connecting points, or “portals,” between the sun’s magnetic field and the earth’s magnetic field, open and close dozens of times a day, can be small and short-lived or vast and sustaining. These points, where the earth’s geomagnetic field connects with the onrushing solar wind, are typically located tens of thousands of kilometers apart.
To help us locate these portals, Scudder suggests looking for signposts. The report explains:
“Portals form via the process of magnetic reconnection. Mingling lines of magnetic force from the sun and Earth criss-cross and join to create the openings. X-points are where the criss-cross takes place. The sudden joining of magnetic fields can propel jets of charged particles from the X-point, creating an electron diffusion region.”
Certainly, if a means to exploit the portal were to be found, it would become an invaluable tool, or weapon, depending on who has their hands on it. To dig deeper into this phenomenon, we need to ride the rabbit hole elevator down to the sub-basement, where we will find stargate conspiracies galore.
Stargate, Nazis And The Iraq War
In February 2003, a month before the the start of the US-led coalition invasion of Iraq, a little noticed research paper by Dr. Michael E. Salla was published on the Exopolitics website. The report discussed the “real” motivation for war which, at the time, was being billed by the White House, and mainstream media, as a push to rid Saddam of the dreaded Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD).
As it turns out, the claim was bogus – there were no WMDs in Iraq. Critics of the Bush Administration, such as political commentator Robert Fisk, argued that the Iraq War “isn’t about chemical warheads or human rights: it’s about oil.” But what if that too is not the real motivation behind the Iraq War. What if, as Dr. Salla asserts in his research, the real reason for the Iraq War was — Stargates.
To understand this concept, we must go back in history. The Sumerians, who lived in ancient Mesopotamia (which covers parts of modern day Iraq) in 3000 BC, worshiped deities called the Anunnaki. According to writers such as Zecharia Sitchin, the Anunnaki were not “gods” but rather, extraterrestrials, who possessed advanced technologies. One of these technologies was the Stargate, which they bestowed upon the Sumerians.
If this theory sounds absurd to you, consider the fact that the Great Pyramid of Giza lies at the coordinates 29.9792° N, 31.1342° E. The speed of light in turn is 299 792 458 m / s. Now how are we going to rationalize that?
According to this theory, there are at least a couple of Stargates located in Iraq. One reputedly sits inside a Ziggurat in the ancient city of Ur, while the other is located in the basement of one of Saddam’s palaces inside the Green Zone. But of course.
In an interview with Vice, Sallah explained, “The Bush administration recognized that Hussein had some very, very valuable relevant information concerning the ancient history of the planet . . . I think that was a big part of the reason why the Bush Administration went into Iraq, to stop Hussein from revealing this information and to also get control themselves.”
And according to this theory, this isn’t the first time that war broke out over control of the Iraq Stargate. Apparently, the Nazis were aware of and very much interested in this technology. Some researchers claim Führer Directive №30 dealt with German intervention in Iraq, fighting the British in Iraq, for control of the Stargate during World War 2.
As you can see, the rabbit hole goes deep. Certainly, it counters everything we’ve been taught in school but in light of recent revelations by the government, we have to at least consider the possibility that such things as portals and Stargates may exists.