Can you imagine that the government of a great power will publicly announce that it will devote part of its time and resources to investigate whether we have extraterrestrial technology on Earth?
Well, it is no longer necessary to dream it, because the United States has just officially announced that it will get down to work to determine whether we have materials from other civilizations on our planet that are not listed as such. Almost nothing.
Just a few days ago, the United States Army published a document confirming a collaboration agreement with an association called the Academy of Arts and Sciences Towards the Stars (TTSA), a non-profit corporation dedicated to the investigation of the UFO phenomenon, but from a scientific point of view.
And they claim to have in their possession a series of elements impossible to replicate on our planet.
But it is not an organization of simple fans, but it has people of important cultural and intellectual level, such as scientists of all kinds, former CIA workers, former army officers in charge of analyzing their X files or even experts in technological research at Lockheed Martin. A good squad
First, this organization claims to have achieved a series of very advanced technologies that could have some short-term application.
These are techniques related to propelled energy propulsion, anti-gravitational technology, quantum or metamaterial communications, among many others.
But the TTSA claims to have in its possession a series of physical evidence to which its experts have not been able to give an explanation.
There are seven strange ‘metallic stones’, composed of an alloy of zinc, magnesium and bismuth, in addition to another that also includes aluminum.
Its origin is, at least, rocambolesca: today, they are owned by Tom DeLonge, who was given by Linda Moulton Howe, a renowned journalist of the world of mystery.
And, in turn, she was given by another journalist, Art Bell , who bought them from a man whose grandfather was involved in the Rosswell case, according to Gizmodo.
Thus, seven strange stones that a military man found in that strange incident in the New Mexico desert – and that he hid his superiors or, in the worst case, stole without his consent – will be analyzed by the US Army.
The great curiosity is that these materials have not been found again on Earth, they are not a human creation and they have a series of characteristics that are unique on our planet.
Specifically, they have a thermal resistance well above the known materials of the Earth and, in addition, show antigravitational properties when exposed to a certain frequency of electromagnetic radiation.
“Its structure and composition do not come from any existing military or commercial application. In some cases, the required manufacturing technology is now only available , but they are metals discovered in the forties,” they explain.
And, most importantly, the relevant investigations will be carried out without an economic agreement in between, that is, completely free.
It will be in the coming months when we know if it was something extraordinary or if, on the contrary, everything was a simple ‘magufada’.
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“Exotic Material in possession of @tothestarsacademy has evidence of extreme heating – the material shows distortion and damage that appears to be caused by exposure to very high temperatures, but did not burn. We have some very strategic plans to help turn the science of these pieces into advanced capabilities. Wave Guides, mass reduction, all new meta-materials, and many more potentials are within view of new studies, some of which are already happening, and more studies we are planning” – Steve Justice Head of Aerospace and Technology at TTSA – INVESTMENT for TTSA is now available to the public at www.ToTheStarsAcademy.com
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EXOTIC MATERIALS FROM UNIDENTIFIED VEHICLES ACQUIRED by @tothestarsacademy “The structure and composition of these materials are not from any known existing military or commercial application,” says Steve Justice, current Head of Technology and Aerospace at To The Stars Academy and former head of Advanced Systems at Lockheed Martin’s ‘Skunk Works,’ — “We currently have multiple material samples being analyzed by contracted laboratories and have plans to extend the scope of this study.” Www.ToTheStarsAcademy.com Link in bio to offering circular.