Monday, June 7, 2010

The Unspeakable Lightness of Boeing; or Terry Hansen, I Love You

This article  by journalist Terry Hansen, Author of The Missing Times, News Media Complicity in the UFO Coverup, was posted online back in 2005. It is one of the best and most objective summaries of what we know about  the work of Townsend Brown in relation to the  idea that the B-2 bomber may be capable of solid-state gravity propulsion.

Reading Hansen today reminded me of still more instances where various folks have left big fat pointers to Townsend Brown's name or person. First there was this reference to The Day After Roswell by NSC advisor, Col Philip Corso:
Corso describes the clandestine seeding of recovered alien technology into major U.S. corporations, and specifically mentions (on pages 110-111) the antigravity flight technology research of Townsend Brown.
And, then there was more than one reference to the1956 British "Gravity Research Group" report obtained from Wright-Patterson AFB by Paul LaViolette. Hansen says that it "strongly suggests that aerospace firms and the Pentagon had become believers in the value of this technology and were preparing to take the research black. So a reasonable alternative hypothesis is that the technology not only worked, just as Townsend Brown claimed, but went on to become the basis of a completely new but highly classified propulsion system."

According to recently uncovered correspondence between Townsend and Ed Hull in England, (copies currently held in the Gray Barker archives in West Virginia and online by researcher Pladuim) it was Hull himself who authored the British report. And yet, the Ed Hull that Linda remembers meeting in Washington DC was Townsend's metallic disk fabricator, the man who built the units seen in the Bahnson video.

There is a maxim of clandestine intelligence that goes something like, "Don't think what you want to think until you know what you want to know." My personal "want to know" list grows longer by the day. Today I want to know why the writings of these folks, well connected insiders in the Intelligence world, all point to one man. While I am certain that Townsend inspired great affection, admiration, and affection among those privileged enough to know him, I am also certain that there are other reasons for this consistent pattern of pointers to the empty spot on the map that gravity research supposedly became.

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