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Space Weapons & ETs

Date Wednesday - March 8, 2006
Host George Noory
Guests Michael E. SallaCoach Bob

Researcher Michael Salla discussed the possibility that space-based weapons are being used against ET civilizations. The reason for this may relate back to an Eisenhower-era treaty that purportedly traded ET technology for the permission to test humans, along with other concessions. Many in the military were unhappy with this arrangement and sought to use space-based weapons to give them leverage against the aliens, said Salla.

He cited the work of Ryan Wood who has found evidence for 74 cases of UFO crash retrievals, and in many of these instances the propulsion or navigation systems of the craft were damaged. Salla suggested that some of these craft were either shot down or targeted by the US military using advanced radar, nuclear detonations, laser weapons or black project exotic weapons.

Directed energy weapons such as written about in the book E Bomb as well as discharges of plasma from Project HAARP might also have been harnessed to attack ET ships, commented Salla. He believes a preponderance of testimony from whistleblowers like Philip Corso, Robert Dean, and Charles Hall, along with statements from such notables as Canada's Paul Hellyer, give credence to reports about alien interactions. Further, he argued that if the military is indeed using weaponry against ETs, it should be presented as a policy issue so the general public can debate the merits of such actions.

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First hour guest Coach Bob discussed ways in which people could make positive adjustments in their lives. Through coaching, he said, individuals can learn to alter the energy in problematic situations and thus effect change.

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