Tuesday, June 12, 2007

4) For reference, including five eyewitness reports beyond those who have submitted images, please see Earthfiles below:

• 06/08/2007 —
More Drone Photos and Other Eyewitnesses
• 05/30/2007 —
Birmingham-Type "Drone" Seen At Barksdale AFB, Louisiana, in Mid-1980s
• 05/28/2007 —
Letters About Unidentified "Drone" Aerial Objects
• 05/25/2007 —
Two More Eyewitnesses of Aerial "Drones" in 2005 and 2006
• 05/21/2007 —
Updated: Odd Aerial "Drone"? Photographed Again Over Capitola, California
• 05/16/2007 —
Updated: Odd Aerial "Drones"? Over Lake Tahoe and Central California
• 05/16/2007 —
Updated: Engineer Comments About Odd Aerial "Drones"? Over Lake Tahoe and Central California

Linda Moulton Howe

On Jun 12, 2007, at 4:59 PM, Celtic Grail Scholar Courtney Love's Dad Hank Harrison http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hank_Harrison wrote:

Jack et al: for list: Its about time. As you know I have been in
correspondence with several people on your list about the drone
technology for several years.

All the while you were bashing your brains at SRI trying to peer into
the distant Sargasso, I was working on a black project down the
Peninsula at Lockheed. It was known at the time as Aquila. That drone
turned out to be the Predator, but in those days it had a carburetor
Briggs and Stratton lawn mower engine and couldn't make the needed
altitude, still we all knew it was going somewhere when Lockheed
sealed our lips with nice bonus bribes and sold the whole thing t the

That was 1978. Now here we are nearly 30 years later and you dummies
are entranced by these drone sightings....hey man they never stopped
doing the drone research at the Skunkenwerken... the reason you see
them up in Big Basin and near AFB installations is because that State
Park is in a straight line to Lockheed.Martin down in Santa Clara and
the AFBs are launch locations

The basket drones reported by Linda Howe absorb electricity from
various sources close to the ground then go back up to the
stratosphere because they don't need an aspirated engine to fly, this
means they don't need a jet or a gasoline pack.

They are electromechanical and they fly with the wind and compressed
air. The pictures you showed were during the absorption deployment
mode, but all of that wiring and cage like apparatus folds up and the
"wings" fly the thing in the jet stream etc.... they are not
anti-gravity devices, but a gullible mind could easily be lead to
believe that they are.

The spec was to build a flying drone that could perpetually stay aloft
in the atmosphere without detection...ultimate stealth. They are
currently being used to detect satellite signals and are guided by our
own satellites and/or our own microwave and radio inboard computers.
They also have compressed air propulsion units, photovoltaic cells,
micro gyros and are launched In a folded configuration from planes. In
other words they are almost like kite based solar wind satellites that
make their own power. One future deployment is for the manned Mars
expedition, but I assure you they are currently terrestrial and they
are ours.... hank

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