The NSA before and after Roswell- more secrets, more UFOs

(This is an excerpt of an interview transcribed by journalist Sarah interviewing a member of a secret research organization two levels deep, unknown and unaccountable to the NSA…this is not recent breaking news, but will be news to most of Americans in the wake of the NSA scandal…)

Dr. Neruda: “There was, within our government, a newly formed intelligence agency — it was the forerunner of the NSA. It was known as the General Services Special Projects Laboratory, and to this day, very little is known about it. The SPL was later folded into the NSA in 1953 as an unacknowledged department, and ultimately the ACIO was folded into the SPL as an unacknowledged research laboratory. So, the ACIO was two levels deep or what is called, black root.”

Sarah: “What was the motivation for all the security? The war?”

Dr. Neruda: “It may surprise you, but the war wasn’t of great concern to the forces that the ACIO were dealing with. The concern was ETs and who would be able to first utilize their technology in military applications. In the early 1940s, UFO sightings were quite common — even more so than today. And our government was convinced that these sightings were real and that they were indeed off-planetary forces. They wanted two things: Steal the technology from downed spacecraft, or establish an alliance. They weren’t too particular about which way it happened.”

Sarah: “But how did all of this pertain to Shockley?”

Dr. Neruda: “I got off track a bit. Mr. Shockley was introduced to the SPL and was made privy to many of the secret initiatives of the SPL. If not for his personality traits, he would’ve been recruited to join the SPL, he was that brilliant. Anyway, he was given access to some of the research in field effect transistors that was underway within the SPL. This was before the Bell Labs’ discovery of the joint transistor, which was made by colleagues of Mr. Shockley.

“Mr. Shockley was allowed to utilize some of the research within the SPL to create his own version of the field effect transistor and become widely known as its inventor. This was done in exchange for his cooperation in helping Army and Navy strategic operations during the war. He was aware of the SPL and knew part of their agenda, and I was told that he wanted to join the SPL after the war because of its superior laboratories, but again, his personality traits prevented his admission.”

Sarah: “So, Bell Labs receives the patent for the transistor in exchange for Shockley’s assistance with the war. What exactly did he do that was so important?”

Dr. Neruda: “I don’t know for certain, but in general, his role was helping to optimize weapons deployment.”

Sarah: “What was the role of the NSA during all of this?”

Dr. Neruda: “The NSA wasn’t in existence until November 1952. During this time, the SPL and ACIO were the two most advanced, secretive labs in existence. And they each had only one private sector lab they worked with: Bell Labs. And this is because Mr. Kelly was a friend with the executive director of the SPL.”

Sarah: “So what was the relationship between the SPL and ACIO?”

Dr. Neruda: “You mean in the 1940s?”

Sarah: “First, how far back does it go?”

Dr. Neruda: “The SPL was formed in 1938. There was a strong development — particularly throughout Europe — in fission energy. The SPL was initially conceived to examine fission as an alternative energy source as well as its possible military applications.”

Sarah: “Why was it kept so secret?”

Dr. Neruda: “In the late 1930s there was significant political unrest in Europe, and the U.S. wasn’t sure whom it could trust. It had a notion that fission was the answer to superior technical warfare, and didn’t want to share it unwittingly. It was also alarmed at some of the sudden advances that were taking place in the European physics community, and felt it needed to concentrate some of its best resources to equip a world-class laboratory, and staff it with some of the best minds of the planet.”

Sarah: “How could the best minds of the planet suddenly be plucked up by the U.S. government and not be noticed by the scientific community? I mean, how do you keep this a secret?”

Dr. Neruda: “They didn’t take established leaders in the field of physics. They sought out the young, budding geniuses that were still relatively unknown, but under the right guidance and with the best available technology, could produce something extraordinary.”

Sarah: “Like the transistor?”

Dr. Neruda: “Like the transistor.”

Sarah: “So if the SPL was established in 1938, when did the ACIO come into existence?”

Dr. Neruda: “It was established in 1940 shortly after the SPL was organized.”

Sarah: “Why?”

Dr. Neruda: “In part it was because management within the SPL feared discovery by Congress, so they decided to construct Black Root, which was the codename of the ACIO, in order to build a laboratory that was untouchable by political forces or the media. Secondarily, they didn’t want the research agenda of the SPL competing with ET issues. When all of this first occurred, ETs and UFOs were still a subject of great debate within the SPL. Most of the SPL leaders didn’t believe in them. There was no hard evidence.

“But when the first spacecraft was found intact, it changed the minds of everyone within the SPL and it was decided that a separate research agenda needed to be developed, and that it was the more urgent and secretive of the two labs. So, Black Root, or the ACIO as it became known later, was established behind the SPL at a deeper level of secrecy. It was unacknowledged two levels deep.”

Sarah: “Were you referring to the Roswell incident just then — about the recovered spacecraft?”

Dr. Neruda: “No. This was an abandoned spacecraft found in waters off the coast of Florida in 1940.”

Sarah: “It was just abandoned? Who found it?”

Dr. Neruda: “As the story goes, a recreational diver found it in waters about sixty feet deep. It was perfectly preserved.”

Sarah: “Whatever happened to the diver?”

Dr. Neruda: “It was an anonymous tip given to the Navy. The person who discovered it was never found. However, we later learned that the discovery was a staged event.”

Sarah: “A staged event?”

Dr. Neruda: “Meaning that the discovery was orchestrated by the Corteum.”

Sarah: “So this was a Corteum spacecraft left behind to be discovered by the Navy?”

Dr. Neruda: “It’s how they chose to make first contact.”

Sarah: “By leaving behind one of their spacecraft in the ocean, and then calling our Navy and telling them where to find it? Shit this is strange!”

Dr. Neruda: “Yes, but it took three calls to get someone to investigate according to the log entries.”

Sarah: “Okay, so this is how the ACIO came about. When did you get involved?”

Dr. Neruda: “In 1956. My father discovered a damaged spacecraft in the jungles of Bolivia during a hunting trip. It was a triangular vessel about seventy meters from end-to-end, nearly equilateral. It included twenty-six crew. All dead.”

Sarah: “Corteum?”

Dr. Neruda: “No, this craft was later confirmed as a Zeta ship. It was on a scouting mission similar to my father — hunting for animals. Unfortunately, it malfunctioned in flight during an electrical storm. My father was an electronics dealer, mostly for the Bolivian military.

Sarah: “I know you told me this story before, but please repeat yourself for the sake of the record.”

Dr. Neruda: “My father recovered a specific technology from the ship, and then contacted a military official within the Bolivian government that was a trusted friend. Initially, my father was interested in selling the craft to the Bolivian military, but it quickly became a concern of the U.S. military — specifically the SPL. A director from the SPL met with my father, ascertained the ship’s location, and performed a complete salvage operation in the span of three days.

“This was done in exchange for U.S. citizenship and a role within the SPL for my father.”

Sarah: “Why did your father negotiate for this instead of money?”

Dr. Neruda: “He knew it was the only way to preserve his and my life. He retained control of a navigational technology that was aboard the ship, and turned everything else over to the SPL.”

Sarah: “And what about the Bolivian government?”

Dr. Neruda: “They were handsomely paid.”

Sarah: “That’s it?”

Dr. Neruda: “In the seven years between 1952 and 1959, six additional spacecraft were found under similar circumstances as in the case of my father. Only one of these was found in U.S. territory. The other five were willingly handed over to our military in exchange for money.”

Sarah: “I take it these countries didn’t want to deal with the political implications?”

Dr. Neruda: “That, but they also wanted the money and a friendly alignment with the U.S. military. They saw future benefits in the form of shared technologies, military protection, loans, and many other intangible benefits. In short, it was smart politics. Besides, no other country, outside of the Soviet Union, had any laboratories like the ACIO. What would they do with these spacecrafts?”

Read the entire third interview:
http://www.wingmakers.com/neruda3.html

Read the first interview:
http://www.wingmakers.com/neruda1.html

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