Solar Warden – The super secret space program engineered using extraterrestrial technology
Someone thought that malevolent extraterrestrials would one day try to conquer the Earth, and so was set up, or rather in orbit, the top secret space program known as Solar Warden.
A futuristic project of such magnitude could only have been accomplished with the aid of advanced extraterrestrial technology, whether through the reverse engineering of salvaged artifacts or craft, or the direct help received from benevolent extraterrestrial species that seem to support human kind.
The Solar Warden space program was launched about 30 years ago and has since been operational in Earth orbit without the general public knowing about it. It may seem a bit far-fetched, but let’s look at what British hacker Gary McKinnon found in 2001 on the US military’s digital shelves.
After sneaking into a hundred U.S. military and NASA terminals looking for government records on free energy and other technologies potentially useful to the public, McKinnon came across an unexpected result: records secrets mentioning “non-land officers”, as well as information on “fleet-to-fleet” transfers. During his research, another term came up more often than the others: Solar Warden.
There are very credible, reliable people who all say ‘Yes’, there is UFO technology, there is anti-gravity, there is free energy, and that’s extraterrestrial origin and they captured spaceships and reverse-engineered them,” said Gary McKinnon.
The hacker was involved with the Disclosure Project prior to his illegal intrusion into the servers of NASA, a non-profit group “whose goal is to release to the public supposed government knowledge of UFOs, extraterrestrial intelligence and advanced energy and propulsion systems”.
You can imagine the hassle it caused within American institutions, then in the service of George W. Bush, who was the head of state. After the Justice Department identified the perpetrator, a ruthless prosecution claiming it was “the greatest military hack of all time” demanded McKinnon’s immediate extradition.
The result, if honored by the UK, would have sentenced the hacker to life in prison and millions of dollars in damages to be paid. Fortunately, after a series of legal proceedings in Britain, McKinnon was exonerated thanks to the information he still had, but was not allowed to reveal due to the agreement reached. .
However, none of them could go back on the previously disclosed information, which remains available to the public today. Here is what the British hacker revealed about the top secret space fleet known as Solar Warden:
It integrates many spaceships with various particularities. There are eight huge, cigar-shaped motherships, and about four dozen smaller “scout ships.”
The fleet is operated by the US Navy Network and Space Operations Command (NNSOC), with hundreds of Space Marines serving aboard the three vessels. Each mother ship has about 300 researchers and technicians on deck.
Not much is known about the Solar Warden’s initial phase, or the agencies and companies involved in its funding and design, but rumors within the UFO community speak of direct assistance from other extraterrestrial species. .
Other terrestrial benefactors consist of various US aerospace contractors engaged in “black budget programs” who are actively working to develop the Solar Warden. The other countries contributing to this top secret mission are the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada and Russia.
Solar Warden technology is constantly being tested at secret bases such as Area 51, S4, Wright Patterson AFB, Dugway Proving Grounds and the infamous Dulce Underground Base. The claims can’t be probed easily, given their secretive nature, but here’s why this whole story is closer to fact than fiction.
In 1993, former Lockheed Martin Skunk Works CEO Ben Rich gave a speech at the James Alumni Center at UCLA in Los Angeles about advances in space engineering over the past 40 years.
The final image featured offered a glimpse of a black disc-like object “soaring through space”, followed by Ben’s enthusiastic words that “we now have the technology to bring ET home”.
The public did not take this statement at face value, but rather with a grain of salt.
Little did they know, however, that Lockheed’s Skunk Works have been designing and manufacturing high-tech aircraft for more than 70 years, their achievements reminiscent of the U-2 bomber, F-22 Raptor, SR-71 Blackbird and F-117 Nighthawk.
With that in mind, coupled with the technological innovations we see today, it’s natural to assume that Skunk Works is also responsible for other futuristic flying devices we haven’t heard of.
It’s been over 20 years since Ben Rich boasted of his company’s accomplishments, and if his statement was accurate, we can only speculate on the capabilities of current devices. Should we then blame terrestrial manufacturers for the skyrocketing number of UFO sightings in recent years?
Are flying saucers part of the famous Guardian of the Sun? If so, the existence of a super-secret space program far beyond our human imagination would certainly explain a number of things on this planet that don’t add up, and of course, cleanse the reputation of anyone who are called conspiracy theorists.