Project Serpo - Mystery Revealed?
What is Project Serpo anyway?
It's an alleged government project that took place from 1965-1978. Project Serpo is one of those "black projects" you might have heard about. Super top secret...and super duper strange. The claim is this: 12 military personnel were specially trained and then involved in an exchange program with an alien planet, Serpo, in the Zeta Reticuli System (not to be confused with the Zeta-Jones Necrophilia System).
The chosen 12 represented three of the branches of the military, each highly trained in their respective specialty. The group consisted of 10 men and 2 women. In Nevada, the aliens came and picked up our 12, and left one entity behind. The original plan was for the exchange to last 10 years, and the Serpoians would return the 12 Americans.
But apparently, there was a delay. The aliens returned 3 years later than agreed, in 1978. Maybe it was a time zone issue??? Not all 12 made it back. 7 men and1 woman returned to Earth. 2 died on Serpo, and the other 2 decided to not come back. The remaining 8 Americans were isolated among various military installations until 1984.
Sounds like a bunch of science fiction, right?
Fast forward to late 2005, and suddenly Project Serpo has resurfaced. Apparently, a website created by a retired mathmatician Billy Ryan is home to incredible pieces of information being sent by some retired Defense Intelligence Agency person that calls himself "Anonymous." He's been sending bits and pieces of information to the website for a few months now, and the stuff he's revealing is just absolutely amazing.
If you want some good reading that I promise will make the hair on your neck stand up and captivate you for hours, go HERE and read it for yourself.
Since the website began receiving this information, two other DIA retirees have stepped forward with their own testimonies. It seems their experiences match up quite well with "Anonymous'." Then again, these guys could be playing an elaborate hoax.
Here is just a tiny sample of the revelations brought forward by these DIA retirees:
1) The 1947 UFO crash at Roswell, New Mexico didn't happen as many believe. There were actually two crashes - one in near Corona, NM and the other at Pelona Peak, NM.
2) In the first crash at Corona, the military at Roswell investigated and removed all evidence. One entity was found alive, hiding behind a rock. It refused food, and was transferred to Los Alamos. The other bodies were taken to Roswell and the pieces of the craft were transported to Roswell, and then Wright Field in Ohio.
3) The second crash was discovered in Pelona Peak in 1949. Sandia Army base investigated. 6 alien bodies were recovered, and transported to Roswell.
4) From both crashes, one alien did survive. The military was able to establish communications with this being. The creature died in 1952. What communications were exchanged between this alien and the U.S. military? Go to serpo.org to find out for yourself!
5) Ever see the Steven Spielberg movie, Close Encounters of the Third Kind? What event do you think inspired this film? Hmmmmmm?
You can learn more about the exchange program, what the planet Serpo was like, what happened to the 12 person crew, and what amazing discoveries our government made about intelligent alien life from this and other clandestine projects at the website.
Is this a hoax? Is this truth? You be the judge. It could be a massive PSYOP, or psychologal operation, to confuse the public about what's going on. You take a little bit of truth, a little bit of fiction, wrap them up together and release it to the public. It creates great confusion, and makes us all just dismiss the entire thing alltogether.
A mix of accurate information and total disinformation is a very effective way to keep secrets. Many believe that the government is allowing this slow trickle of information as a way to soften the blow for us when they finally reveal the truth.
We are not naive enough to believe our government doesn't have any secrets...and of course, only certain people with the highest of clearance protocols have the proper authority and "need to know" such things.
Here's the question...do we, as citizens, have a "need to know?"
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