1968 a Permanent Mars Base!
According to a retired US Astronaut, a permanent mining base on Mars was established in 1968. The spacecraft used to transport workers is triangular and takes 33 hours each way from the US Army Proving Grounds, Dugway, UT.
During the late 1980s, I was asked to haul a semi-trailer load of “boat trailers”, hand crated from this facility to meet a ship at Wilmington, NC. This “High Security” shipment was going to Saudi Arabia. Not one boat trailer was I allowed to see, just stay in the truck and be ready to roll when loaded. How many small boats in Saudi Arabia need boat trailers? Saudi Arabia is sand dunes and oil wells.
Marlon Brandy, studied at University of California, Santa Barbara; Answered January 13, 2020; I worked at NASA for four years and with the U.S. Air Force for three in the field of Exo-Psychology. Yes, aliens exist. They haven’t crashed anywhere. They aren’t from some other planet. They are from “somewhere else” and my team was never told where or why they are here. The Soviets, Chinese, and U.S., and probably other countries, have been in contact with them. They look like us. They don’t care if we know they are here. From what information we were given, they are mentally and emotionally very different than us. We could never obtain direct data. So what? Knowing anything about them changes nothing.
See any tentacles or rubber skin? I’m just cute, smart, a little stronger than most, and do not age like ordinary humans. Both of my parents are over one billion Earth years in age, created on the planet Ex-Es in the Gia-Con D.I.A. galaxy.
In the Getty image above, this transport pictured above is the T-528, a design first produced at the end of the Universal War one billion Earth years ago. Don’t waste your time looking for crash sites, not one has crashed in all of this time. Willie and I own one he was given by his father Michael, it’s 5,280 feet in diameter, has a full-time crew of 1,000 under the command of a General. This craft has been in his possession for over 17,300 years.
We keep our T-528 in a stationary orbit over the state of Missouri, always ready for our immediate use. It’s never brought into the Earth’s atmosphere, we use smaller versions for travel here. The smaller transports range in size from the T-3.3 (33′), T-33 (330″), T-132 (1320′). A T-132 is my favorite for trips to South Africa, Colombia, and the Orient. Our T-528 is used for our trips to the Intergalactic Conference each month; I have to help my mother with her reports.
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