Undisclosed, p.21

Undisclosed, page 21



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  “Getting back to the Interstellar Tracking System, I swapped out a first-generation zero-point-energy generator with one of the more advanced ZPE units reverse-engineered from the ET craft. These devices use nano-crystals as opposed to rotating gyros, thus eliminating the wobble. The results from my CHIL lab were perfect. Once we replace all twenty first-gen ZPE units with the nano-crystal generators, the satellites should be ready to launch. Are there any questions?”

  Lydia Gagnon signaled from the vacant first row. “Dr. Marulli, we have multiple requests for you to expand upon how interstellar craft travel through space.”

  “First let me state that a rocket is a very inefficient method of propulsion; you’re essentially pushing a craft through space. Interstellar craft travel by phasing in and out of higher dimensions where time and space do not exist.

  “Think of these higher dimensions as an intergalactic short cut, linking any two points. To enter these higher dimensions requires an electromagnetic propulsion system which draws energy from the zero-point field. The process creates an anti-gravitic effect, or what we refer to as a bubble in space-time. Traveling inside the bubble allows a craft to access the higher dimensions. When it’s accessed in the physical dimension, a craft can travel 20,000 miles an hour and then suddenly execute a 90 degree turn with no deceleration effect. All of this falls under what Einstein referred to as ‘spooky magic.’ It’s what makes interstellar travel possible.”

  The event coordinator waved once more from the front row. “Dr. Marulli, several Council members would like to know why we haven’t used zero-point technology to send our own ARVs on missions across the galaxy.”

  “Do we have the means to accomplish this? The answer is yes … in fact we’ve had that ability since 1956. As to why we haven’t gone … it seems our Interstellar visitors have quarantined us.”

  From her vantage behind the lectern, Jessica could see Lydia’s iPad screen light up like a Christmas tree.

  “Dr. Marulli—”

  “They want to know why humans have been quarantined.”


  Jessica Marulli stared back at Lydia Gagnon. The event coordinator had warned her on the elevator ride over this morning that this line of questioning would probably come up—that it was a litmus test for all new Cosmic Clearance members—the MAJI equivalent of asking a Supreme Court nominee their feelings about abortion.

  “Dr. Gagnon, I don’t think any member of Zeus is qualified to speak for an Interstellar. However, since it was the testing of the atomic bomb during World War II, and the hydrogen bomb a short time later, that appeared to summon our galactic visitors in droves, I think we can safely make a few assumptions.

  “First, by our own definition, Interstellars are Type-3 civilizations, the highest rank a species can achieve on the evolutionary scale. By contrast, humans are the definition of a Type-Zero civilization—the lowest rung on the ladder. Violent and self-centered, we have yet to advance beyond the planet-polluting era of fossil fuels, while we continue to teeter between advancing as a species and initiating our own self-destruction. If you question that evaluation, pick up a newspaper. On any given day we’re either bombing or shooting or stabbing one another. To be fair, the Interstellar communities that have shown interest in humanity have been around a lot longer than we have—maybe ten thousand years, maybe a million … who knows? At some time during their own history, they no doubt dealt with their own equivalent of hatred, prejudice, and violence. Homo sapiens also had to evolve from the violent end of the gene pool, our primate brains are wired for conflict. Lest we forget, we did acquire the ETs’ technology by force, shooting down their vehicles. Whether that gives them the right to quarantine the entire human race is a matter of opinion … a quarantine, let me remind you, that includes our own moon. The Interstellar community made it quite clear during the last Apollo missions that they will not tolerate any more lunar landings or flyovers of the far side where their bases are located.”

  “One last question … one of our senior Council members is asking about these CE-5 encounters where civilians—acting as self-appointed ambassadors for humanity—have been initiating contact with Interstellar species. Up until now, the efforts of our Air Force to discourage this unauthorized contact has been rendered ineffective by the speed of these ET craft and their ability to move into transdimensional space. The question, Dr. Marulli, is how effective will a fully-functioning Zeus satellite array be in discouraging these CE-5 encounters?”

  Jessica flashed a grin. “You’ve heard the expression, ‘like shooting fish in a barrel?’ After Zeus vaporizes the first UFO foolish enough to cross into third dimensional space, I sincerely doubt our Interstellar guests will be responding to Dr. Greer and his followers.”


  The Pentagon

  Washington, D.C.

  Monday 8:27 a.m.

  THE PENTAGON IS A CITY UNTO ITSELF—6.6 million square feet of office space supporting 23,000 people, all contained in a five-sided, five-story (with two basements) facility, its 17.5 miles of corridors laid out in ten wedges so that any two points can be reached on foot in ten minutes or less. The building is divided into five concentric rings, from A-Ring out to E-Ring, with the two basement levels extending out to G-Ring. There are ten entrances, a central courtyard, thirty fast-food restaurants, a gym, and a concourse in close proximity to the Metro-bus and Metrorail stations.

  Senior officers have their choice of locations, most of whom have the opportunity select E-Ring which has the only offices with windows. The wedge housing the Secretary of Defense and his five under secretaries was considered prime real estate; its office windows facing the Potomac River.

  Adam Shariak’s office was located on the third floor, two floors directly below that of his boss, the Secretary of Defense. Seated behind his desk, he reread the document he had just revised for the sixth time in the last two hours. Satisfied with the last edit, he glanced at his watch.

  Meeting’s in forty-five minutes Are you going through with this or not?

  * * *

  Steven Greer had answered every question Adam Shariak had, save one—why had William Jefferson Clinton selected him to bring out zero-point-energy? He was neither a politician nor a military insider, held a low security clearance, and knew just enough about the private defense sector to be annoying.

  The obvious answer was his brother. As head of the Appropriations Committee, Senator Randy Hall was the perfect person to lead an investigation into whether a compartmentalized entity within the DoD was secretly spending $80 billion a year on illegal Unacknowledged Special Access Projects.

  As Dr. Greer had said, “Expose the USAPs and you’d expose the cabal … and with it—the black-shelved energy programs.”

  “Okay, but how do I convince my brother that these programs even exist? I need something to show him—a project name … something?”

  Dr. Greer had unlocked a tall steel file cabinet, removing a manila folder from a file and made a black and white copy. “In 1997, Admiral Tom Wilson, the Head of Intelligence for the Joint Chiefs of Staff, asked me to hold a briefing at the Pentagon. Before we met, I had my military advisor send the admiral this top-secret document.”

  He’d handed it to Adam. “As you can see, it originated out of Nellis Air Force Base—the place the public mistakenly calls Area 51. The document was actually a security alert—some UFO spotters had managed to penetrate the perimeter of Nellis and the administrators were forced to shut down test flights of their EMG’s—their electromagnetic, gravitic anti-gravity vessels. What makes the document so valuable is that it came from the National Reconnaissance Office. The NRO is the super-secret spy satellite operations part of the Air Force. As you can see, the document lists a number of compartmented operations by their code names.”

  “By compartmented operations, you mean—”


  Adam had stared at the list. “Red Flag, Dark East, Dark South, Black Jack Team, Black Jack Contr

  “All originating out of Edwards Air Force Base. There were also teams at Nellis and Apertec, as well as other sites. All the important USAP stuff is handled by defense contractors—Lockheed-Martin, EG&G, E-Systems, Raytheon, Northrop-Grumman, Booz Allen Hamilton … Edward Snowden worked for Booz Allen Hamilton; they contract for the National Security Agency. The corporate world is where most of the USAPs get centered; from there they interface with other USAPs within military and intelligence. Attempt to approach them from the government side, and a project gatekeeper will tell you it doesn’t exist. Approach from the corporate side and it’s privatized… a corporate secret, like Microsoft’s code. In this way it’s hermetically sealed from all inquiries—clever yes, but very illegal. Of course, the mafia is always very clever, and this is the biggest mafia in the world.”

  Adam turned to the second page, scanning the names of the defense contractors. “Holy shit … Kemp Aerospace?”

  Greer nodded. “Maybe that’s why Clinton’s people chose you as their Trojan Horse; they wanted someone on the inside who could testify that these USAPs are real.”

  “I need a pen.”

  Adam had read through the list of projects again, circling any code names he recognized. “I count six projects that Kemp Aerospace was subcontracted to work on while I was managing director, another three that were grandfathered in by my predecessor, Brian Coker.”

  “Are any of them zero-point-energy projects?”

  “I have no idea. My clearance wasn’t high enough to sit in on any of these meetings.”

  “But you knew the defense contractors involved and their budgets. You could provide that information to your brother … unless of course he already knows it.”

  “What’s that supposed to mean?”

  “Adam, it’s possible your brother is a gatekeeper. The covert government always keeps a few operatives in key positions to maintain the secrecy and deny the truth. Former Congressman George Brown of California was a member of the Science and Technology Committee, but he was also on MJ-12’s payroll. Same with Porter Goss, the former CIA Director and Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee. When asked about ETs or Roswell, or any of these USAPs, a gatekeeper assures the person inquiring that he’s checked it out thoroughly and nothing exists. Congressmen never question a gatekeeper, and you only need a few of them overseeing key points of control in these institutions to maintain secrecy.”

  “My brother isn’t a gatekeeper for the cabal.”

  “There’s only one way to be sure. Give him the list. If he tells you he checked into it and it’s not true, then he’s either on the payroll and he’s lying or he’s afraid of going up against Big Oil.”

  “You don’t know my brother.”

  “You’re right. But I know Dennis Kucinich. The congressman knew all about UFOs, hell, he’d seen them with his own eyes. Yet he refused to touch the subject—too afraid of the ridicule he’d be forced to endure—and he chaired the House Oversight Subcommittee on Information Technology. James Woolsey … the guy was once a huge ally, now he’s a gatekeeper.”

  Adam contemplated this. “Okay. I’ll meet with Randy about this on Monday—”

  “No. You can’t take this information directly to your brother; you have to follow proper protocol.”

  Adam nodded. “The new Secretary of Defense.”

  * * *

  It had not taken long before General James “Mad Dog” Mattis had butted heads with President Trump and his “personal advisors.” The Defense Secretary’s first “come to Jesus” talk took place on his tenth day in office when Trump began issuing Executive Orders without consulting the departments of government that would be affected by these decrees … especially the military.

  A few days later, Trump’s chief strategist, Stephen Bannon, was predicting war with China and the general knew his days as Secretary of Defense were numbered.

  Jordan T. Denny, the newly confirmed Secretary of Defense, stared at the document in his hand, his body trembling as he read.

  August 7, 2017

  TO: The Honorable Jordan T. Denny, Secretary of Defense

  FR: Adam Shariak, Under Secretary of Defense–Comptroller

  Mr. Secretary of Defense:

  In preparation for an extensive audit of the Department of Defense, Fiscal Years 2000 through 2016, I pulled the contracts and sub-contracts awarded to Kemp Aerospace during the period I served as managing director (August 2013 thru February 2017), as well as those projects grandfathered in by my predecessor, Dr. Brian Coker (December 1999 thru March 2011). The point of this exercise was to cross-check the Pentagon’s numbers against Kemp Aerospace’s account receivables, in order to verify the reliability of the DoD’s reporting system.

  To my surprise, I could find no DoD records pertaining to the funding of nine (9) projects subcontracted to Kemp Aerospace through larger defense contractors during the sixteen years in question. In referencing Kemp’s receivables, I was able to identify the name(s) of the lead defense contractor(s) involved, and the amounts received by Kemp Aerospace. Based on these figures, I have estimated the aggregate value of these projects, all of which were clearly funded by the Department of Defense—despite the fact that no records pertaining to any of these transactions “officially” exists, either in the public record or inside the Pentagon. While I do not know the specific nature of these projects, I do know the individuals to subpoena to obtain this information.

  Project Name / Amount Subcontracted to Kemp Aerospace / Estimated Project Budget

  Royal Ops / $14.4 million / $75 million

  Cosmic ops / $1.2 billion / $18 billion

  Maj ops / $1.7 billion / $6 billion

  Maji ops / $1.2 billion / $7.5 billion

  Pahute Mesa MOC / $680,000 / $5 million

  Sally Corridor MOC / $1.5 billion / $5.5 million

  Groom Lake MOC / $3.8 billion / $18 billion

  Dreamland MOC / $2 billion / $12 billion

  Ground Star MOC / $27.5 million / $150 million

  Private Corporate Entities involved:


  Bechtel Corporation

  Booz-Allen and Hamilton Inc.

  The Boeing Company



  Lockheed Martin

  McDonnell Douglas Corp.

  MITRE Corp.

  Northrop Grumman

  Phillips Labs


  SAIC—Science Applications

  International Inc.


  Village Supercomputing

  Wackenhut Corporation

  Military Bases Receiving Kemp Aerospace Goods and Services

  Edwards Air Force Base and Related Facilities:

  Government Facilities:

  Edwards Air Force Base

  Haystack Butte

  China Lake

  Table Mountain Observatory—NASA

  Blackjack Control

  Aerospace Facilities:

  Northrop “Anthill”—Tejon Ranch

  McDonnell Douglas—Llano Plant

  Lockheed-Martin—Helendale Plant

  Phillips Labs—North Edwards Facility

  The Nellis Complex:

  Area 51/S4, Pahute Mesa

  Area 19, Groom Lake.

  New Mexico Facilities:

  Los Alamos National Laboratories

  Kirtland Air Force Base

  Sandia National Laboratories—SNL

  Defense Nuclear Agency

  Phillips Labs

  Manzano Mountain Weapons Storage Facility and Underground Complex

  Coyote Canyon Test Site (N. end of Manzano)

  White Sands Complex

  Arizona Facilities:

  Fort Huachuca, underground storage facility, NSA and Army Intelligence complex near Fort Huachuca underground


  Cheyenne Mountain Colorado Deep Space Network

  Lawrence Livermore Labs

  Pine Gap underground facility in Australia
Majestic; U.S. and Australian Redstone Arsenal underground complex; Alabama

  Utah underground complex southwest of Salt Lake City; accessible only by air.

  Dugway Proving Grounds outside Provo, Utah; classified airspace


  Based on Kemp Aerospace’s share of Defense Appropriations during the years in question, I have estimated that $80 billion to upwards of $100 billion of taxpayer monies are being channeled annually into these USAPs (Unacknowledged Special Access Projects). Because they are being funded without the knowledge, consent, or oversight of the U.S. government, they have been operating illegally and unconstitutionally, and are in direct violation of the RICO Act.


  As Under Secretary of Defense–Comptroller, I am moving forward with an immediate investigation into these matters. I am also recommending inquiries into these Unacknowledged Special Access Projects, as well as the facilities, agencies and entities listed above, by Senator Randy Hall, Chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee.

  Thank you for your assistance in this important matter.

  Adam Shariak

  Adam Shariak

  Under Secretary of Defense–Comptroller

  * * *

  Jordan Denny reread the document twice and then massaged his eyes, as if not believing his Under Secretary was starting his week like this. After a few moments, he returned to the list of project names. “Mr. Under Secretary, which defense contractor subcontracted services to Kemp Aerospace in regard to this first project, cited here as ‘Royal Ops?’ ”


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