The Top Secret US Military Space Program. Is The Future Already Here?

“And apparently, NASA must be used to convince the public that our current technology, such as with our very old and decrepit Space Shuttle program, is the best we have, while our military conducts space missions with technology that we can only fantasize about while watching Star Trek.” – USAF Medic, 1980s

An artist’s impression of X-20 Dyna-Soar being launched on top of Titan booster allegedly operated only from 1957 to 1963. But is that where the American military’s secret space program began, continuing to this day?

Courtesy: Earthfiles

At the outset, I would like to thank Linda Moulton Howe who has allowed me to reproduce portions of her article Secret American Military Space Program? first published in Earthfiles.

I have brought out certain crux issues that would help one to see what is really going on around us. The bottom line is, if this is what it is made

out to be, then it is a conspiracy of huge proportions. And probably the US is not alone in this. Are top secret space programs being run by Russia too?

Linda had interviewed Richard Sauder, Ph.D. author of three books: Underground Bases & Tunnels: What Is the Government Trying to Hide? © 1995; Kundalini Tales © 1998; and Underwater and Underground Bases © 2001 in late 2007. I am reproducing some portions that point to the possibility of an ongoing top secret military space program that has been kept under wraps for decades!

If that’s true, then what about those secret space stations that John Lear, Zorgon and others have said are up and running since the 60s? What about Dr Richard Boylan who has given a detailed account of the secret air/space craft that are routinely being flown by top secret projects?

Considering the available evidence from multiple sources, what is the degree of truth in these reports? If it is true then all I can say is that this could be one of the biggest on-going conspiracies.

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