- The document you are looking at was given
to me by a person I have come into contact with in the past few months,
and will only describe as being "on the inside." Because I am
convinced as to the authenticity of the document, and the position of the
source, and don't actually know what the status of the document is (classified?),
I am taking great steps to hide the source's identity.
- What you see is the front page of a brochure
put out by Norjen, Inc., or possibly just a mini-brochure in its entirety.
Norjen is an aerospace firm that does design, engineering, fabrication
of prototypes, and testing of prototypes for the military and NASA (as
if there's really a difference between the two anyway!) Their sister company,
Advanced Soaring Concepts, Inc., seems to be more publicly accessible (http://erast.arc.nasa.gov/erast/alliance8.html). Norjen itself has no Web presence whatsoever,
from what I can tell. Apparently these people like to keep out of the spotlight.
- What you immediately notice are three
pictures of triangular "flying-wing" aircraft. The top seems
to be a pretty basic rendering, the middle is a wireframe model, and the
bottom is a photograph. These aircraft are presumably related to several
black aircraft projects that have been talked about in the past few years,
those being the Tier and TR-3 projects, which are probably related anyway,
and may indeed be the same thing. The TR-3B is supposedly around 600 feet
long. Black Manta is probably a similar program.
- A quick note: If you start looking into
black aircraft, the first thing you'll notice is how every possible new
design and project is going by several names. All an attempt to hide the
budgets and confuse the public and congress. The point is, don't dwell
on the names, because they will probably never be known. Look at the general
direction research seems to be heading, and you will probably come away
with a good idea of what is up there, and what is going on.
- Much information on these projects and
others can be found at the Federation of American Scientists' site (http://www.fas.org/irp/mystery/resource.htm)
and Black Dawn (http://members.macconnect.com/users/q/quellish/dawn.spml), so I won't get into them here in detail. These
sights are both excellent, so I encourage you to check them out. Back to
- The bottom triangle is, according to
my source, an RCS (radio cross-section) model. It looks to be about 20
or 25 feet long, and is most probably not to the scale of the final version
of the aircraft. RCS models are how designers determine the visibility
of a craft to radar. They don't have to build it as large as the final
product, just the same shape. As my source told me:
- "The size of the model is important
for the radio frequency being modeled. Example: If someone wanted to determine
the RCS of a B-2 bomber at 10 GHz, but didn't'have an RF darkroom that
big, they would, for example, make a 1/5 scale model and scale of the frequency
to 50 GHz."
- So really we have no way of knowing how
large the craft is. The fact is, the military is flying all sizes of triangular
flying wing craft. Some are supposedly tremendous (my source alluded to
a 2000 foot long prototype!), and some are quite small. Some are probably
manned, many are probably not. Many craft, many missions.
- However, my source did go into a little
bit of detail about the pictured craft on the brochure. First of all, the
craft is a modified dirigible. That's right, it employs lighter than air
gas to lift it off of the ground. This explains why witnesses of such triangular
craft usually describe them as being silent or nearly silent, and able
to make bizarre maneuvers such as turning on a dime while hovering.
- There are intakes on the bottom of the
craft - this is why the RCS model is leaning in the manner it is. My source
wouldn't go into detail about the nature of the triangle's propulsion system,
but it isn't "anti-gravity" or anything like that. It may be
fairly exotic, however, at least in terms of its quietness.
- My source also verified rumors that some
of these craft are able to change their appearance, both visually and to
radar, maybe other spectra as well. Again, the source wouldn't go into
- And now comes the mission, according
to my source, at least for some of these triangles. Remember a month or
so ago the U.S. Senate passed a resolution that now makes it policy for
the U.S. to build a "missile-defense shield," as soon as it is
technologically possible? Well these triangles, folks, are part of that
system. According to my source, these stealth craft would actually get
in close to the origin of a missile (or missiles), and acquire target data
on the missiles in order for other elements of the system to be able to
knock them out of the sky. A continuation of Regan's Strategic Defense
Initiative. "Star Wars," as it was dubbed, did not just go away!
They've been working on it for over a decade now, and these large flying
triangles that are being spotted all over the place are part of it.
- This also explains why this is such a
secret program: It's breaking a number of rules set by international arms
treaties! If the Russians knew we had the capability to knock out nukes,
they wouldn't be too happy. Yes, the Cold War as we knew it is over, and
so relations aren't as strained as they were then. However, anything relating
to nuclear weapons quickly becomes a touchy issue for nations, and as such,
some elements of the military, government, and big business pressed ahead
and developed these capabilities, far away from the public eye and foreign
(AND domestic!) intelligence agencies.
- The technology that is starting to be
discovered by (or revealed to?) the public is, for lack of a better word,
awesome. Most people assume that the huge flying triangles that have now
been seen by thousands of people (remember the Phoenix lights?) have got
to be aliens, because there's no way that we could have such amazing technology.
But remember, folks: The stealth bomber is in essence 20 years old! Many
advances have been made in the meantime. Just because they haven't been
made public, doesn't mean they don't exist. Keep in mind, though, that
every time the government or military denies knowledge of the existence
of these aircraft: THEY ARE LYING TO YOU.