10 Rock Solid Evidence That Reveal The Secret Space Programs

According to some experts, these declassified documents of covert space operations are just a tip of the iceberg. There exists another world concealed from the eyes of the regular people and most of the Government officials too.

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10 Rock Solid Evidence That Reveal The Secret Space Programs

Historians all agree that the Nazi's had dozens of saucer like projects and that the origin of the first fuselage rocket comes from that time period. After WW2 trials for Nazi war crimes took place under what was known as Nuremberg. But not before the U.S. smuggled in 10,000+ of the smartest SS minds through project paperclip.

These are some of the evidence which will confirm the secret space projects that the American

Government was running allegedly, are in fact true.

1) Ronald Reagan’s Diary Entry

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Another puzzle piece to this whole jigsaw that is the SSP is that President Ronald Reagan in June, 11th 1985 wrote in his diary that he had been told about a "space shuttle that carries 300 men" when having lunch with five of the top scientist at the time.

Interestingly enough, this was just four years before the New York Times reported that the Air Force's space program had been cancelled by the Pentagon.

2) Dyna-Soar, An Advanced Reusable Space Plane

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In the late 1950's, the USAF spent billions on the Dyna-Soar, an advanced, reusable space plane. They then quietly announced its cancellation in 1963. Today the U.S. Air Force has another plane that has been documented to have been in space four times the X-37B. However, the X-37B is an unmanned craft and its mission purpose is classified and unknown.

In 1989, the New York Times reported the Air Force had shut down another planned manned space program, with a staff of 32 astronauts and a space shuttle launching facility in Colorado. It's important to note that modern space shuttles only carry 8 passengers maximum so 32 would be an accomplishment Indeed. The space facility and project costed an estimate of at least $5 billion dollars.

3) A Working Saucer Called Avrocar Was Made Using Nazi Saucer Design

SOURCE = "US National Archives"

They brought Wernher Von Braun to the U.S. to work on their project to conquer space NASA, and several other scientist were scattered throughout the government who later went on to work on projects like the CIA's MK Ultra.

In the 1950's - 1960's some time around that time frame we began to recreate the Nazi saucer projects one of which was deemed the "avrocar" which a video was later released displaying the saucer's ability to hover a short distance above the ground using propellers allegedly. The avrocar was developed by the U.S. Air Force and Avro Canada.

4) A Cancelled Secret Project Of Dropping Nukes On Moon To Show-Off the Nuclear Arsenal

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The Air Force was also interested in space weapons and considered a plan Project A119  according to a declassified report by the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center from June 1959. The report shows they wanted to investigate the capability of weapons in space.

5) This Is Proof Enough That China And Europe In A Joint Mission Are Trying To Make A Military Base On Moon At Present

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Project Horizon was the need to establish an Army control base on the moon by 1966, that operation was allegedly shutdown and cancelled and the idea never materialized.

6) Proposal Of ‘MOL’ To Spy For Intelligence On Soviets With Secret Astronauts

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Establishing evidence of a Secret Space Program is the proposal of the MOL (Manned Orbiting Laboratory) during the cold war which would serve as a base in space.

The MOL ran from December 1963 until its alleged cancellation in June 1969. Its mission was to use an elite corps of secret U.S. astronauts to gather intelligence on the Soviets during the Cold War. This historical fact proves that secret astronauts existed and may exist today.

7) A 5 Billion Dollar Secret Star Trek Shuttle Project

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In 1989, the New York Times reported the Air Force had shut down another planned manned space program, with a staff of 32 astronauts and a space shuttle launching facility in Colorado. It's important to note that modern space shuttles only carry 8 passengers maximum so 32 would be an accomplishment Indeed. The space facility and project costed an estimate of at least $5 billion dollars so why would they shut it down?

8) Staged Accidental Deaths Of European Scientists

SOURCE = "20C History Project"

In the 1980's there was a problem that plagued all the European scientist engaged in top-secret military and defense projects that worked on the American Starwars Project or SDI (Strategic Defense Initiative). They all began having mysterious accidents as 20/20 documents below. The SDI was allegedly a project to setup satellites with lasers that could destroy any ballistic missiles which threatened the U.S.

9) Whistleblower Edgar Fouche

SOURCE = "Richard Hall"

In the late 1990's another whistleblower came on the scene by the name of Edgar Fouche. Fouche a former contractor with the Department of Defense began leaking information pertaining to the existence of a U.S. Air Force triangular shaped craft known as the TR3-B or the Aurora project. He alleged the aerial vehicle an advanced version of the SR-71 had been developed in secret by the N.S.A. and U.S. Air Force and had been flying since at least the 1980's.

“The  Aurora comprises the SR-75 capable of speeds above Mach 5, and acts as a  mother ship for the SR-74 that can travel at speeds of Mach 18 or more  into space to deliver satellites.”

10) Gary McKinnon Hacked NASA And U.S. Navy Computers Only To Discover The NAmes Of “Non-Terrestrial Officers”

Source = Express

In 2001, a hacker named Gary McKinnon used a remote access program to gain access to several government computers, including - NASA and U.S. Navy computers potentially confirming Solar Warden. His original purpose for  hacking U.S. computers was to uncover hidden data regarding the existence of free energy, or “zero-point” devices, he told Wired in a 2006 interview. Instead McKinnon allegedly discovered an excel spreadsheet with a list of names and a heading of “non-terrestrial  officers,” he told Wired. (14.1)

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