7/31/19: BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA LAKE W/ TYLER ROGOWAY AND JOHN CARMAN
BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA LAKE
MONOLOGUE WRITTEN BY CLYDE LEWIS
As I had reported in my program last night, we received word there would be some breakthrough information about the UFO concerns that many of our congressmen have. While much of what is being talked about is classified, there seems to be a yet more peculiar activity that is happening at Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake.
The facility which has been considered another contender for possible UFO and exotic weapons mysteries has been making headlines as it was particularly close to the area where California recently had their swarm of earthquakes that eventually led to two major earthquakes during the fourth of July weekend.
China Lake is roughly equidistant between Los Angeles and Las Vegas. The air space above it is restricted. It is larger than Rhode Island: more than 1.1 million acres of desert and mountains.
Since the final years of World War II, virtually every American airborne weapon has been developed or tested there.
On Google Earth, you can see China Lake’s runways and buildings, plus hundreds of cars and tanks and boats and planes that look like game pieces and are used as targets. Certain things are concealed from foreign surveillance satellites; they are covered or retracted underground.
Today it was reported that A US Navy fighter jet crashed near the base in an area known as Star Wars Canyon.
The status of the pilot is currently unknown.
A rescue effort is currently underway, Navy officials said, though it is unclear whether more than one pilot was involved. The aircraft was reportedly a Navy F/A-18E Super Hornet.
The F/A-18 is both a fighter and attack aircraft in one, originally developed by McDonnell Douglas, now Boeing and Northrop for the US Navy and Marine Corps. It is still the workhorse of both service branches, as its fifth-generation replacement the F-35 continues to be plagued by design flaws and performance problems.
Coincidentally, the plane involved is similar to the planes that engaged the Tic Tac UFOs that were stalking the U.S.S. Nimitz in 2004.
What is most curious is that the China Lake facility has been the focus of many conspiracy theorists as the facility has amped up its tests on electromagnetic weapons and its ability to jam GPS systems.
On June 7th, 2019 the Air Force issued a Notice to Airmen that the facilities at China Lake were about to test new electromagnetic jamming technology.
GPS jamming took place on June 9, 21, 23, 28 and 30.
It was speculated that this was a testbed for some new anti-jamming technology under development and being flown overhead. With the ability to jam GPS getting easier and cheaper each day, the military is keen to develop new systems that would still allow aircraft, drones, and missiles to defeat jamming signals.
There’s was no word from China Lake as to what the hardware was that used for the tests only that coincidentally two major earthquakes were felt in that area and it was reported that prior to the quakes residents within tens of miles of the facility claimed that they were seeing UFO’s near the Goldstone Deep Space Communications Complex.
Recently there was a UFO flap where snake-like UFO’s and more cylindrical Tic Tac UFOs have been spotted in an area called Twenty Nine Palms which is 182 miles away from the China Lake facility and is also near the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center.
UFOs have been seen in the general area as it is the original site of Contact in the Desert an annual UFO convention held in the spring.
The recent plane crash near the China Lake facility has again stoked conspiracy theory fires as to what is really going on at that base.
For the moment, the mainstream media has been focused on another clandestine facility, Area 51.
While the allure of finding aliens has distracted many people and there seems to be a million people interested in the adventure, serious investigations have shown that the base was in the spotlight for a brief period when it was reported that a number of aircraft crashes were happening there in the late summer of 2017.
The Air Force public affairs group at Nellis AFB reported that Lt. Col. Eric “Doc” Schultz, a decorated combat and test pilot and the 28th pilot to fly the F-35—was flying a “classified aircraft ” when it crashed killing him.
Meanwhile, two A-10 Warthogs crashed on the range a day later and that accident was quickly disclosed. Then the fact that the Air Force would not identify the aircraft type in its belated media releases turned the event from strange into a full-on mystery. The original crash had not been reported by the press or the US Air Force and it appears that another cover-up was underway.
While fortunately in the two A-10 crashes, the pilots were able to eject from their planes and thankfully survived their ordeals, nearly every story on the original deadly crash and their ‘unnamed sources’, are saying that the pilot killed was a highly experienced ‘Red Hat Squadron Commander’ named Lt. Col. Eric Schultz.
This all happened the week of September 5th, 2017.
The question is what test aircraft and weapons programs are being carried out at these secret bases and do they have connections to engaging in UFO combat?
If the USAF can find a way not to disclose one of these programs after a major mishap it won’t, and in this case, remote crashes do not demand such demand from a mainstream media caught up in politics, and climate change.
We have been currently watching for any responses from Congress with regard to the intelligence briefings on UFOs that happened two weeks ago. I was prompted to look into any and all inquiries about UFO activity and military because we are coming up on the meeting of the International UFO Congress in September. If there is any information to be had – it most certainly would come up soon.
There have been a number of stories not necessarily perused by the mainstream media with regard to Navy reports of UFO activity continuing and how these reports may indicate an ongoing invasion or even an occupation can be happening.
That is of course if we come to the realization that the unexplained phenomena can directly be connected to extraterrestrial intelligence.
This would be remarkable and somewhat unbelievable and yes the idea of trickle-down disclosure has become the most compelling topic ever since the New York Times reported that the Pentagon was investigating UFO activity in order to assess its threat to national security.
Mark Walker, a Republican from North Carolina, has now written an open letter to Secretary of the Navy Richard Spencer asking for more details about what that branch of the service is doing to record and assess sightings of what are increasingly referred to as unidentified aerial phenomena or UAP.
Walker, who is a member of the House Committee on Homeland Security and the ranking Republican on its Subcommittee on Intelligence and Counterterrorism, wrote the letter to Spencer on July 16—he made it public on his website just a few days ago.
The letter states in part:
“The detailed news of the encounters comes on the heels of an announcement by the Department of Defense in 2017 that noted the end of the Advanced Aerospace Threat and Identification Program (AA TIP), which was tasked with investigating UAP encounters. As a member of the House Committee on Homeland Security and the Ranking Member for the Subcommittee on Intelligence and Counterterrorism, these reports are concerning from a national airspace and domestic security perspective.
While I am encouraged by the Navy’s proactive decision to draft new guidelines for reporting, I am concerned these reports are not being fully investigated and understood. Since the decision to end the AA TIP, has the Department continued to both log reports/sightings and fully investigate the origins of the accounts? Does the Department continue to dedicate resources to tracking and investigating the claims? If so, to what measure? Has the Department found physical evidence or otherwise that substantiates these claims?
Lastly, does the Department have any information regarding private companies or foreign nations who have made significant advancements in aero physics?”
There has always been a compelling argument that the military is fully aware that unidentified aerial phenomena exist and that the objects in question seem to have a connection to our oceans. There has also been the latest news that Navy pilots and others have engaged with UFO’s over the oceans and there have also been reports that many of these UFO’s have been seen in the Middle East.
Throughout history, unexplained aerial phenomena (UAPs) have shocked, frightened and fascinated sky watchers. And in the last century, more than a few have been reported in military contexts. In late World War II, U.S. airmen called them “foo fighters”: strange orange flying lights by the French-German border. During the Korean War, some soldiers claimed a blue-green light-emitting “pulsing rays” made their whole battalion sick with what, to some, resembled radiation poisoning.
In the last 75 years, high-ranking U.S. military and intelligence personnel have also reported UFO’s near sites associated with nuclear power, weaponry, and technology, from the early weapons development and nuclear test sites to active nuclear naval fleets.
Observers can only speculate about the origin of these unexplained phenomena. But the repeated proximity to sensitive defense sites connected to our nation’s most powerful weapons has raised the question of whether they might originate from adversaries, known or unknown.
Whenever there appears to be high strangeness surrounded by secrecy there always seems to be a conspiracy theory that follows. There has been high speculation in the alternative news about unidentified aircraft and what the government knows about a possible incursion of many strange UFOs that have been stalking our military.
We also know that the Air Force has been testing technologies bound for the next generation of spy satellites and other platforms that would aid in full-spectrum dominance, needed for a tactical advantage for war.
The secret processes of preparing for future war has triggered numerous anomalies and unanswered questions about just what is the military preparing for and is there a new kind of war looming – a war that can only be described as similar to what we see in many science fiction movies.
With the reports of UFOs engaging with Navy pilots, nothing is beyond possibility and if we dig deeper into the history of secret military projects and what can be called mysterious encounters we can learn a lot about how extraterrestrial machines have always been involved in stalking military groups on the high seas.
A particularly interesting series of UFO reports came from the vicinity of the “Operation Mainbrace” NATO maneuvers held in September 1952.
The maneuvers commenced September 13th and lasted twelve days. According to the U. S. Navy, “units of eight NATO governments and New Zealand participated, including 80,000 men, 1,000 planes, and 200 ships in the vicinity of Denmark and Norway . . . .” Directed by British Admiral Sir Patrick Brind, “it was the largest NATO maneuver held up until that time.”
On September 13th, the Danish destroyer Willemoes, participating in the maneuvers, was north of Bornholm Island. During the night, Lieutenant Commander Schmidt Jensen and several members of the crew saw an unidentified object, triangular in shape, which moved at high speed toward the southeast. The object emitted a bluish glow. Commander Jensen estimated the speed at over 900 mph.
Within the next week, there were four important sightings by well-qualified observers. (Various sources differ by a day or two on the exact dates, but agree on details. There is no question about the authenticity of the sightings; the British cases were officially reported by the Air Ministry, the others are confirmed by reliable witnesses. All occurred on or about September 20).
On September 19th, a British Meteor jet aircraft was returning to the airfield at Topcliffe, Yorkshire, England, just before 11 A. M. As it approached for landing, a silvery object was observed following it, swaying back and forth like a pendulum. Lieutenant John W. Kilburn and other observers on the ground said that when the Meteor began circling, the UFO stopped.
It was disc-shaped and rotated on its axis while hovering. The disk suddenly took off westward at high speed, changed course, and disappeared to the southeast.
About September 20, personnel of the U.S.S. Franklin D. Roosevelt, an aircraft carrier participating in the Mainbrace maneuvers, observed a silvery, spherical object which was also photographed. The pictures have never been made public. The UFO was seen moving across the sky behind the fleet. Reporter Wallace Litwin took a series of color photographs, which were examined by Navy Intelligence officers.
The Air Force project chief, Captain Ruppelt stated: “The pictures turned out to be excellent judging by the size of the object in each successive photo; one could see that is was moving rapidly.” The possibility that a balloon had been launched from one of the ships was immediately checked out. No unit had launched a balloon. A poor print of one of the photographs appears in the Project Blue Book files, but with no analysis report.
On September 20th At Karup Field, Denmark, three Danish Air Force officers sighted a UFO about 7:30 P.M. The object, a shiny disk with metallic appearance, passed overhead from the direction of the fleet and disappeared in clouds to the east.
On September 21st Six British pilots flying a formation of RAF jets above the North Sea observed a shiny sphere approaching from the direction of the fleet. The UFO eluded their pursuit and disappeared. When returning to base, one of the pilots looked back and saw the UFO following him. He turned to chase it, but the UFO also turned and sped away.
On September 27and 28th Throughout Western Germany, Denmark, and southern Sweden, there were widespread UFO reports. A brightly luminous object with a comet like tail was visible for a long period of time moving irregularly near Hamburg and Kiel. On one occasion, three satellite objects were reported moving around a larger object. A cigar-shaped object moving silently eastward also was reported.
Since existing documentation shows that U. S. Navy and Air Force Intelligence, and the RAF, were studying these incidents, it is a safe assumption that more information exists in the files of NATO, the British Air Ministry, the U. S. Navy, and the U. S. Air Force.
The sightings remain unexplained.
There was speculation that the strange aircraft they encountered was actually phantom saucers that may have been leftovers from the German Luftwaffe.
Over the years, open-source intelligence has also given us some insight as to the volume of classified programs being executed that include what some people may call back-engineered craft.
Bob Lazar has been in the news as his new documentary has him restating that saucer type craft were being retooled and rebooted at the underground S-4 facility at Area 51.
In and around area 51 at any given time, there are volumes of secret test programs that number closer to triple digits than otherwise, with large but murky operational budgets set aside for the facilities that host them.
The same goes for the facility at China Lake.
There are people who stake out the test ranges for UFOs and spin stories about weather-modification projects and mind control.
Now we can add to the list major electromagnetic weapons tests or geophysical weaponry, and now a coincidental F-18 crash in the middle of a UFO flap.
That is a lot to take in all at once, it looks like we have seen seeing some big trouble in little China Lake and as the situations mount we may find out more about the clandestine site that is trying hard to stay out of the public eye.