“What’s the difference between NASA … and a REAL space program?”
The scientific understanding … and ultimate control of–
As we’re going to explore — in-depth tonight — with eminent aerospace historian, Michael Schratt.
Michael has been personally researching the science behind “the ultimate control of Gravity” for more than a quarter-of-a-century; he has subsequently applied that fascinating research to some of the most baffling “UFO cases” of our time … including, the most recent admissions by the US Navy (complete with stunning video, published in The New York Times!) — of “fleets of gleaming ‘Tic Tac-shaped’ vehicles, ‘falling’ from the stratosphere in seconds … deliberately intruding on recent US fleet maneuvers … all at hypersonic speeds.”
Only gravity-controlled, inertialess space vehicle, Schratt argues, could technologically accomplish THAT.
So, whose are they — “ours” … or “theirs?”
Is an “alternate, gravity-driven, human space program” … the Ultimate “Deep State Secret?!”
Join us … and find out.
Richard C. Hoagland

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Trump Administration Suddenly Announces
Return of American Astronauts to the Moon …
Before End of President Trump’s Second Term!

Find Out “Why” Here:

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The Presidential Briefing


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Show Items

Richard’s Items:


1- Chandrayaan 2: India’s Moon Mission – A Failure or Not



2- ‘Storm’ Area 51: UFO enthusiasts descend on area near secret US military site



3- A ‘turning point’ on UFOs: Physicist Michio Kaku tells ufology conference the truth is out there



4- BOOK link : Secrets of Antigravity Propulsion: Tesla, UFOs, and Classified Aerospace Technology


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Michael’s Items:


1- 1897 Mystery Airship



2- The History of Gravity Research

                                 The History of Gravity Research



3- 1966 Temple OK Project Blue Book case

                                PDF document : 966 Temple OK Blue Book UFO



4- 1983 Mobile AL case



5- 2001 Chicago O’Hare case



6a- 1979 Colusa CA case



6b- 1979 Colusa CA case



6c- 1979 Colusa CA case



7a- 1972 Venezuela case



7b- 1972 Venezuela case



7c- 1972 Venezuela case



8- 1951 Gordon Cooper intercept



9- 1957 Gordon Cooper/Edwards AFB encounter



10- 1967 Falcon Lake (scene 3)(version S)(door open)r2



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Jim’s Items:


1- Warning Sign



2- Giant Alien Sculpture and at Entrance to Facility



3- Open Base Camp



4- Base Camp Photographers Ready to capture Event



5- Fox News Van at Base Camp



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Michael Schratt

Michael Schratt (private pilot/military aerospace historian) has been investigating UFO encounters for over 25 years. Between 2008 and 2009, Michael meticulously reviewed a minimum of 50,000 cases which were preserved at the CUFOS (Center For UFO Studies) archives in Chicago. In an effort to maintain an important part of our national history, Michael has re-created dozens of highly credible UFO cases by the use of drawings, illustrations and commissioned artwork. Many of these include USO (Unidentified Submerged Objects), actual extraterrestrial encounters, and pre-UFO history cases which have never seen the light of day.


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James Goodall

Spooky Skunk Works Airplane Bio for Jim Goodall

How did a kid who grew up in the middle of a former apricot orchard that is now called Silicon Valley end up as one of the worlds’ leading experts on the Lockheed Skunk Works, Area 51 and things that go “bump” in the night? It started with a handful of random events.

My very first exposure, and ultimately my love for all things Skunk Works and airplanes in general, began with a brief encounter that cemented my fascination and love for airplanes.

The time was 1950/51. We lived in a duplex not far from what was the small San Jose Municipal Airport. I was about 5 years old and had gone to bed just before sunset. I was getting settled in when my Dad came into my room and said… “There’s something coming, and I think you should see it.” We went outside looking toward the Coast Mountains. Low over the peaks came not one, not two, but twenty-four Convair B-36 Peacemaker heavy bombers on the way to Travis AFB. I was hooked.

Move forward a few years and our family now calls Los Altos, CA home, In 1954 my best friends’ dad was commander of Moffett Field Naval Air Station; at that time one massive base with over 400 aircraft assigned there. The Marines, who guarded the base, always referred to Danny and myself as … “Captain Smith’s son and that friend of his!” We had the run of the place.

On this particular day, Danny said he had something to show me. We headed over to the Big Hangar 1 and went to the far end nearest to the Bay. There was an area that was roped off with curtains shielding something very special behind the veil of secrecy. There were no guards, just a sign that read… “Off Limits.” Too tempting for a couple of seven-year old.

Behind the curtain was the still secret Lockheed XF-104 Starfighter. We walked around in awe, as this was right out of science fiction. Danny then through down the gauntlet; “Get in the cockpit!”, so I did. Danny closed the canopy and the latch malfunctioned. I was stuck!
We both tried to open it for a few minutes when I began to panic. The only way out was to call the Marines and the Shore Patrol; boy, were they pissed or what! Nearly 70 years later, my butt still hurts.

Fast forward to March 1964. I’m an 18-year-old Airman Second Class (name of the rank was changed for PC reasons) in the Air Force and was sent TDY (Temporary Duty) to Edwards AFB to install and maintain their ground base telemetry system for three Category One testing programs. The first two were public knowledge; the YC-141 Lockheed Starlifter and the North American XB-70 Valkyrie, plus a classified program. That program was Kelly Johnson’s ultimate interceptor, the Mach 3+ YF-12A.

On March 10, 1964, at approximately 1515 hours (3:15 PM), I saw what was to change my life forever. On the XB-70 test pad was what I first thought was the North American X-15 rocket plane, but the people were way too small. Much to my amazement, I had my first glimpse of Kelly’s incredible Mach 3+ Blackbird in full afterburners, the YF-12A. I’ve never been the same!

In the spring of 1968, via the US Postal Service, I formally asked Lockheed, the United States Air Force, the Department of Defense, and the Central Intelligence Agency for unclassified photos the of the SR-71 on the ground or in the air. I was willing to pay the published rate for color 8x10s. I was turned down and never received any of the photos I had requested.

The year 1975 was a watershed year; my dear friend, John Andrews, introduced me to an aviation character named John Lear, the son of the “Father of the Lear Jet,” William Lear. It was through Lear that we discovered a path to the top of White Sides Mountain, 2,000 feet above our camp site location. On top of the mountain was an unobstructed panoramic view of the once very secret, Area 51.

November 1988: After seeing and photographing the Lockheed Skunk Works F-117 for the first time along the fence line at Tonopah Test Range (TTR), John Lear and I headed back to Las Vegas. We arrived at John’s home about 9:15 PM, and ten minutes later a young man showed up. I had print film that needed to be processed and all of the FotoMats (way before digital photography) were closed. I wouldn’t know if any of my images were any good until well into the next day. John’s friend told me he had a Kodak C-41 film processor at his home. That friend was a guy named Bob Lazar.

We needed to head back to John’s friend’s home to process some film. There in living color was the very first non-DoD, or Lockheed photo, of the first operational stealth fighter, the F-117A Senior Trend.

Had the Air Force, Lockheed, DoD and the CIA honored my photo requests in 1968, I would have been happy to just move along. But, as with all things government, their unofficial “official” policy was to not cooperate; so, I started digging, the more I dug, the more I found out and the deeper I dug.

I would not be where I am today, in the field of spooky programs, if our government had given me what I wanted in 1968. I would have remained happy and my name would never have been associated with Area 51, the Blackbirds, the F-117 or the Skunk Works. And, Ben R. Rich and I would never have been friends.

That’s how a young kid from Los Altos ended up 60+ years later being an expert on much of what has come out of the brilliant minds of the men and women at the Lockheed Martin Skunk Works.

Cheers...Jim Goodall



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6 Comments so far:

  1. Brandon says:

    Great show Richard!

  2. garius says:

    Try invading Pine Gap!

  3. garius says:

    Nasty evil societies, a mistake to allow them propagate in our wake.

  4. Steven Mensh says:

    Richard & Co, 
    Relating to the thoughts of possible unknown engine technology of LM takeoffs. Please read the Twitter feed & specifically the linked thread of Dr Phil Metzger . NASA Veteran rocket scientist etc

  5. Richard, This is VERY cloudy in my memory but I think some feature on Mars is named for someone from Amarillo, TX. ?????????? I have been searching the internet but cannot find anything. Nevertheless I vaguely remember something once said about this!?!?!?!?!?!

    Also, I have reviewed the movie made of Apollo 17 liftoff from the moon. For YEARS I have the ascent module launch to be oddly “smooth”. I never really thought of it before but your theory of antigravitic technology

  6. Derek says:

    Truth hidden in Epcot?? So is Disney’s ‘Plus Ultra’ a real thing?? Haha

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