by Michael E. Salla, Ph.D
Clark McClelland is a former Space Craft Operator with NASA who recently revealed that he witnessed an extraterrestrial interacting with two astronauts during a Space Shuttle mission.
He has just released an artist's recreation (above image) of what he witnessed together with the following statement:
As the graphic makes clear, this was not
simply a third astronaut since no publicly known astronaut has been
anywhere near as tall as the eight to nine foot being depicted. The
size strongly suggests that the being between the two tethered
astronauts was an extraterrestrial.
This indicates some kind of antigravity propulsion system using the Biefeld-Brown effect.
According to Dr Paul La Violette, the B-2 bomber (above image) also has an electromagnetic haze around the leading edge when in flight due to the positive ions being generated by the antigravity technology to produce an ion sheath as evidenced in the photo of the B-2.
This is a distinguishing feature of the
Biefeld-Brown Effect which uses the principle of capacitors stored
with tremendous electrostatic charges to generate an anti-gravity
effect. The question that arises is whether the craft behind the
Space Shuttle belongs to an extraterrestrial civilization or to
secret fleet of antigravity space vehicles.
In his book, The Hunt for Zero Point, Jane's Defense Weekly analyst Nick Cook writes about the Aurora:
Other whistleblowers such as Edgar Fouche, a former contractor with the Department of Defense, have come forward to claim that the Blackbird's [or SR-71] replacement, the Aurora actually comprises two types of hypersonic aircraft used for space flight.
The idea of a secret space fleet using advanced technologies was boosted by a British hacker, Gary McKinnon, who faces extradition to the U.S. for hacking into U.S. government and military computers. McKinnon claims that he came across secret Pentagon and NASA files that contained a list of 'non-terrestrial officers', and a spreadsheet detailing 'fleet-to-fleet transfers'.
Could the tall being depicted
with the two Space Shuttle astronauts actually belong to a group of
"non-terrestrial officers" that periodically give assistance to
Space Shuttle programs through the US Air Force's Space Command?
The Space Command team was honored for giving:
The problem is that Space Command officially only tracks space debris and other hazards and does not have the capacity to do anything more than give warning of possible collisions.
However, as researcher Ted Twietmeyer points out:
So if only small course corrections can be made to avert space debris or other problems tracked by military satellites and radar, then how can the USAF Space Command give Space Shuttle missions "exceptional support" in dealing with "inherent hazards of orbit operations?"
A possible answer is that the USAF Space
Command has a secret fleet of antigravity vehicles, like the
alleged Aurora, that can give assistance when urgently needed.
Was tall being giving the two tethered astronauts assistance in a hazardous situation confronting the Space Shuttle mission?
If the delta wing craft witnessed by McClelland was part of the USAF Space Command giving assistance, then the question still remains,
McClelland's 34 year service in NASA has resulted in him compiling many awards and testimonials, meetings with a long list of VIPs, scientists, celebrities and politicians concerning NASA missions, McClelland's long interest in UFOs apparently led to his abrupt termination from NASA in 1992, denial of his retirement benefits, and an ongoing legal effort to restore these.
Did NASA take preemptive action to discredit McClelland by sacking him prior to his retirement, and denying him benefits since he had seen and knew too much about secret NASA operations?
Clark McClelland's testimony cannot be glibly dismissed as a fiction concocted by a disgruntled former Space Craft Operator.
His revelations are first hand testimony
of secret NASA operations involving possible extraterrestrial
life and advanced spacecraft technologies that have yet to be
disclosed to the American public.