CONTINUOUS TESLA FIREBALL
CIA REPORT RELEASED UNDER FOIA
Here is another incident that represents a stimulus to the British government, to see if the British are
aware of scalar electromagnetics.
Again, this is a CIA report released under the Freedom of Information Act, so the details are reliable.
On Sep. 10, 1976 British European Airways flight 831, flying between Moscow and London and over Lithuania at the time, observed an intense ball of light above the clouds below the aircraft. The light was so intense that it lit up the sky in the entire vicinity.
The concerned pilot reported the glowing object to the Soviet ground authorities with whom he was in contact. He received the harsh instructions to ignore the light, and essentially to continue on his way out of there.
Here we see an incident involving a small, intense Tesla globe, of the kind with which the defense could "service" objects that had already penetrated a large midcourse globe, or aircraft approaching the defended area.
Obviously the Soviet authorities were tracking the aircraft, and knew it was in the vicinity. It seems logical, then, that they deliberately placed the brightly glowing ball beneath the aircraft so that the pilot and crew could not fail to observe it.
The strange message to the pilot was simply designed to increase the intensity of the stimulus. The stimulus was to be something like, "The Soviets are doing something in research and development that allows them to create intense balls of glowing light at a distance, and place these objects in the air in and around aircraft, possibly to intercept them." The purpose, of course, was to observe the British government’s reaction after the incident was reported by the pilot upon his arrival at London.
Again the reaction of the British -- and the U.S. as well -- was as predicted. Again we showed that we knew nothing of scalar electromagnetic weapons, and did not recognize one when we encountered its effects.