Wednesday, February 20, 2008

A Hyperdimensional SDI Test?

Later today, at approximately 10:30 PM Eastern time (3:30 AM Universal), the United States Navy will (weather permitting) attempt to shoot down a US spy satellite using a modified sea launched SM-3 missile. The three-stage, solid-fuel Raytheon missile will be launched from a from a Ticonderoga class Aegis cruiser some 600 miles west of Hawaii. The Navy has decided to take this rather drastic action because the satellite, dubbed USA-193 for purposes of the shoot down (its real designation is apparently classified) contains a fuel cell full of hydrazine, a volatile and potentially hazardous chemical that could cause sickness or even death to humans if they were exposed to it upon re-entry. By destroying the satellite in space north of Hawaii, the hydrazine will be harmlessly released in orbit, and the resulting satellite debris likely scattered harmlessly over the northern Pacific Ocean and remote areas of Canada and West Africa, greatly reducing the chances of exposing populated areas to low altitude hydrazine residue.

At least, that’s the publicly stated reason.

There is, naturally, a degree of skepticism about this whole plan from the usual cold war suspects. Russia, led by former KGB officer Vladimir Putin, has speculated that this shoot down proposal is just a convenient excuse for an “off-budget” SDI test. Under this scenario, Washington would be using the obsolete satellite as target practice for a live fire exercise of new guidance technology developed under the SDI program. This notion is supported by the fact that the missiles to be used (there are three missiles and three launch windows over the next several days) are to be launched without explosive warheads. The Navy plan actually calls for a fully ballistic intercept (at over 22,000 MPH). Not only that, but the objective is to not just hit the satellite (which is as big as a school bus) but to pierce the spacecraft’s fuel tank specifically. A public demonstration of such technological proficiency would undeniably change the balance of Anti Ballistic Missile power greatly in favor of the US.

By using the hydrazine contamination as an excuse, this technological demonstration can be conducted without the international diplomatic complications that a similar -- though fully acknowledged -- SDI test would bring. Democrats in congress have always opposed any deployment or testing of SDI hardware, preferring (for reasons we find unfathomable) to leave the US naked to a ballistic missile attack. It is unlikely they would support such a test if it was openly acknowledged as such by the Administration. Further, it would be very hard for subsequent administrations to abandon a system which had proven its superiority to such an impressive extent.

We here at Enterprise always have a slightly different read on such mundane matters, of course. What caught our eye were not so much the real-world political implications of this technological muscle flexing, but rather the strange and ritualistic pattern under which it was being carried out.

Those of you who have read our current book, “Dark Mission – The Secret History of NASA,” are certainly aware of the constant repetition by that Agency of the ritual numbers “19.5” and “33.” As we repeatedly document in “Dark Mission,” over and over again we see these numbers inexplicably expressed in the landing site coordinates of innumerable NASA planetary missions, over the last half century; in the positions of certain key “ritual stars” over these planetary landing sites; and even in the timing of Cape Canaveral NASA launches, landings, and other key mission events – both manned and unmanned.

So we knew “something” interesting was happening, when we saw the location and time of the launch of the first SM-3 Missile.

Under the ideal circumstance, the launch will take place at 3:30 AM Universal time from somewhere very near 19.5 degrees latitude. In fact, in what senior military officials acknowledge is a highly unusual move, Defense Secretary Robert Gates will “just happen” to be in the area, in Hawaii, at the official Navy Command Center, at 19.5 degrees. And, in a most unusual command decision, the Secretary -- not the Captain of the Aegis cruiser Lake Erie -- will be the one giving the firing orders from the Hawaiian Command Center -- personally.

Oh and by the way -- all of this will be taking place during a total Lunar Eclipse.

Although we don’t yet know exactly what is going on here, we can say this:
There are just too many “Hyperdimensional coincidences” around this event for our comfort. While we don’t know what yet, we suspect something pretty spectacular is going to take place when and if the shoot down actually happens.

Stay Tuned.

Update 7:30 PM Pacific

We received this communication earlier this evening, from a source we’ll just call “very reliable.”

“Today [February 20, 2008], there were several escorted military caravans coming through Socorro [New Mexico]. I witnessed two of them: one at noon, the other about 2:45pm. They turned off I-25 at San Antonio for the Stallion Gate at White Sands. Many were trailers about the size of a semi-truck trailer, painted plain sand color, only a few with desert (Iraqi) camouflage. Quite a few of them were clearly large generators. Additionally, there were a few large diesel generators on flat bed trucks. Others had weird assortments of metal work, covered with tarp hinting at long metal poles and "Rohn tower" sections. A few other trailers had the appearance of a field command center thing, and a couple clearly communications trailers. Of course, everything had the 6-8 foot long whip antennas. I assume they were coming down from Kirtland in ABQ. Also, some flatbeds carrying 2 Hummers each, and other trailers carrying several smaller dune-buggy type vehicles, which I noticed said SCORPION on the back.

“The one I saw at 2:45pm pulled into the Lemitar truck stop. I followed. The military personnel, all in desert cammo gear, took turns entering the truck stop for refreshments ... that is, no vehicle was left unattended - one guy taking a turn, then the next. Several wore side arms, but they did not enter the store.

“I've seen military caravans through Socorro before, but never caravans of this size (or seriousness) since the landing of the space shuttle many years ago. Those did NOT enter White Sands at the Stallion (north) gate.

“There's always been local rumors how they built a massive laser weapon at White Sands, capable of taking something out of orbit. I know for a fact construction was begun as part of Reagan's star wars initiative, but supposedly 1/2 through construction, it was scrapped. Few around here believe that, and built at White Sands in conjunction with the GEODDS satellite tracking network (now called something else).

“There is a mysterious phenomenon at White Sands. Every few months, you will see MILES of strobe lights illuminated, running north-south (maybe 20-30 miles long) in two perfectly straight lines, maybe 20 miles apart. They illuminate these lights every few months late at night. They are not visible from I-25 (except a few miles around San Marcial), but very visible farther east of the Rio Grande, like along US 380. They blink in sequence running north to south, as if painting a huge runway. Some say it is to alert military pilots to stay out of the airspace when they are testing the laser weapon. Regardless, it is illuminated tonight, the first time I have seen it on since mid December.

“Sorry for rambling, but the point is, makes you wonder if some secret weapon at White Sands isn't being mobilized as a backup for tomorrow's shoot down.”

Of course, anyone who has read “Dark Mission” knows that the White Sands Missile Range is located at 33 degrees North latitude -- a ritual location of the same type outlined in our earlier post. It initially occurred to us that the missile test in Hawaii might be just a cover story for a real, covert weapons test … being conducted from White Sands. However, one look at the orbital plots told us that there was no way a laser or particle-type beam weapon could get a clean shot at USA-193 -- at least not on the current orbital trajectory, and in tonight’s “window.” They did have such a window several hours ago, but that has passed. And, it seems likely -- with everyone outside looking at the lunar eclipse -- somebody would have noticed if the satellite had been shot down already.

But, there is one other possibility – back in the early days of SDI, one of the proposals was to shoot a laser off of an orbiting mirror, giving such a weapon a true “over the horizon” capability. It is possible that such a system has been developed and deployed, and is awaiting its first functional test tonight?
We shall see.

Late Word: The NY Times is reporting that the missile successfully struck the satellite.

Update: Here is a link to a video of the USA-193 strike. Pretty impressive. -- MB


  1. For emphasis about the shot being originally scheduled for the middle of the eclipse, you might point out in the article that 3:30 Universal Time (UTC) is 10:30 P.M. EST
    (for the time zone challenged readers) ;)


  2. I noticed the Shuttle Atlantis came in this morning (Feb. 20)from the south, over Central America, and passed just west of the western tip of Cuba before entering Florida airspace near Fort Meyers.

    It then landed from the north-norhtwest on Runway 15 (the other end of Runway 33).

    A couple minutes out HOUSTON gave this cryptic message:

    "Atlantis, Houston, Touchdown twenty-five hundred feet at one nine five." (195) ;)


  3. Speaking of the Hyperdimensional...

    What ever happened to the 2012 video that Enterprise was going to put out like 2 years ago?

  4. Thanks for your perspective on this. There is something about this that just isn't sitting well with me in my gut and once you add the hyperdimentionals into it coupled with the particular astrological/astronomical happenings right now I think we should all be keeping an eye to the sky.

  5. Do you suppose the 6.3 magnitude quake in Nevada is related to the missile launch or the Eclipse?


  6. I thought all these "spy sats" were supposed
    to be equipped with "self-destruct systems"
    to prevent them from falling into enemy
    hands, whether in space or on the ground
    (i.e., following descent from orbit).

    Or was that just a little "James Bond" PR
    from the Pentagon?

  7. I wonder why they didn't use THEL?
    Inter-Service rivalry?

    Or maybe they're just testing other parts
    of the new "Triad?"

    I wonder what they'll call it if it ever has
    FOUR components?


  8. To The Hoagy - The Nobel Prize for Physics you so richly deserve

    I assume you are talking about his work on HDP. For science to be truly "revolutionary", it has to be able to be put into practical application. When is HDP going to be able to be put into use to rid us of our dependency on the antiquated forms of energy that enslave us? Until that happens, talk of a Noble Prize is folly.

  9. When is HDP going to be able to be put into use to rid us of our dependency on the antiquated forms of energy that enslave us?

    HDP is ?

    There is no "there" there.

  10. There are tons of papers here:

    You can't expect me to sift through all of that when it is TEM making all the assertions, right?

    Since RCH has been at this for around 15 years, he should be able to distill all that information and come up with a working device that will save us before 2012, right?

    But that won't happen because as has been said so eloquently:

    There is no "there" there

    If there was a "there" there, we'd have something here and now after 15 years.

    Btw, I did not see any work by RCH in that laundry list you provided. Nobel Prize?

    Where's the beef?

  11. I'm not going to do your homework for you. If you are too lazy to read up on the papers that are out there, that's your problem.

    As to the "beef," read the book.

  12. As to the "beef," read the book.

    Enrich MB so that he might buy things - "preparation" for the End of Oil.

  13. Well fool, it's been nice haveing you here on the blog. Bye.

  14. Mike Bara,
    We all know, those of us that blogged with RCH for a long time at the captains blog at TEM, what Hoaxland is made of. After much effort and research, he just left us all hanging. POOF!! He disappeared without a word. He wouldn't even answer any emails from any of us. It sucks to know that we were nothing more than an experiment. As for your arrogant attitude, you need to chill. You were not there and have no idea what you are talking about. Fool was one of the long term members at TEM as well as BU and. How are we supposed to believe anything that you two have to say. CC was also a long term member as well as many of us.

    you have NO idea what we all went thru.

    MB your attitude sucks. You act as if you know it all and it is quite apprent that you do not know it all. I have followed this blog since it started and have refrained from posting. Now, I feel the need to tell you that if I had to bet on who is right and who is wrong, my money is on Fool, BU, and CC. They do their research and have been straightforward all along.

    Maybe you need to take a look at yourself in the mirror and SEE the arrogant ass that you are. I have yet to see you answer a quesstion. You always devert the conversation or attack the poster. Great work Mike....that is the way to handle things for sure.....NOT!!!!

    Ms. T

    former member of The Captain's Blog at TEM, the the spinoff to Drydock, then to FSHOD. Now I have found my home with CC at his blog named Place. It's a great home and fair without attacks.



  15. Ms T.,

    Gee, I'm sorry you got your feelings hurt when Richard left the Captain's blog, but it simply reached a point where he got sick of devoting so much time to something that was so little appreciated. Having put up with Fool's idiotic rantings about the electric universe and BU's sickening anti-semitism, I'm begining to understand why he did it.

    Frankly, I have better things to do than put up with such nonsense. If I thought either of them had the slightest bit of true intellectual curiosity, it would be different. But let's face it, they don't. Fool's constant nonsensical posts about HD physics are all answered in my book and in the papers I led him to. There are only so many minutes in the day and I simply don't have time to nursemaid someone who has already made up their mind anyway.

    Frankly dear, if you think those two guys are the ones to put your money on, I'm glad you haven't posted before.

    Frankly, I'm the one who has been under attack here, and if you'd seen half the posts I didn't permit from those two bozos to go through you might appreaciate that.

    This blog is for people who are truly curious, not for anti-semitic Moon Hoax and 9/11 conspiracy kooks. If you don't like it, go hang around the Jeff Rense BBS. They'd love you over there.

  16. This blog is for people who are truly curious, not for anti-semitic Moon Hoax and 9/11 conspiracy kooks.

    So I should be Pro-Semite (who hate according to their beliefs), Pro-NASA-MEN-going-to-the-Moon numerous times during the Ancient Seventies and 911 was done by a Guy in a Cave ?

    That's Curious, indeed.

  17. Mike you are losing me here. Of course researching Mars images is the last place I expected to argue conspiracy theories never-the-less your latest book with Hoagland "Dark Missions" does go down that path and makes a good case.

    If I am to believe your book then our government was indeed capable of conspiracy to such an extent it assasinated a president. But now you say "hold on there". They may be evil but don't even consider they might have carried out 9/11.

    It seems like you and Hoagland unleasehed the possibilities and now are trying to reign us back to the plantation. Cherry picking what conspiracy theories are politicaly correct for us peasants seems strange.

    I can understand you may not think certain conpiracies do not add up but to call people "kooks" who do think there is some merit to them is confusing to me.

    Many people would call me a "kook" for believing many of the things that you and Hoagland say. Its tough for people to question anything that comes from the government today and you are playing the same game they are.

    It seems to me that your base of support comes directly from people who are "keeping open minds" to the possibilities of conspiracies. It makes no sense that you would now bash these same people because of their open minds to listen to such things.

    "anti-semitic"? How does that happen when discussing "space"? I have yet to see a image from Mars that looks like the ancient ruins of a Synagogue. Of course I have not checked out MarsRevealer website lately so I could be wrong on that.


  18. For what it's worth, been keeping tabs on Uncle Hoagy since the Alan Feinstein days...

    I'm still not sold on why or how, but the demo-like freefall speeds of the 2 towers, the molten steel that remained for months, and building 7 don't sit right with me. So I'm just curious why some of these things wouldn't get your conspiracy interest Mike. 9/11 and Moon Hoax really belong in the same box?

    Sorry to add to an already off topic tangent.

    Great book and great responses, keep 'em coming...

  19. RS,

    I'd recommend you read up on some of the literature on the collapse of the towers. It explains everything in great detail.

    The collapses as they happend are exactly as I would have expected.

    And building 7 was badly damaged in the collapses, not "pristine" as some of the CT's claim.


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