Monday, August 12, 2013

Project Blue Beam





Have we been sold out?

Certain shadowy sections of the Internet certainly seem to think so.  There is the running theory that President Eisenhower cut a deal with aliens after the UFO era began.  The breakdown is basically something like "we of Zeta Reticuli give you technology, you of Earth give us your cows...and a few of your humans.  And we both agree to keep it all quiet."  But what if that was not the extent of our government's betrayal and machinations against us?

Dig if you will a picture.  One with the name "Project Blue Beam." This is a UFO conspiracy theory that I've come across from time to time but have not delved into that much.  Until now.  Apparently the idea is to create a massive set up for the New World Order (yes, those guys that I'm certain Duran Duran know all about) to take over with its "one world government." What is it, you may ask, that would allow us to become such willing sheep to the slaughter?  Why alien invasion of course.

It would start with a significant increase in UFO sightings.  Then through the use of 3D projection, laser holograms, and devices that can beam voices directly into our heads, the world's populace would be made to believe that an alien attack was underway.  This evidently has a bit of basis in fact.  In the link above, it is asserted that military planners once considered doing this in Iraq.  A massive image of Allah would appear over Baghdad and convince the Iraqis to overthrow Saddam Hussein.  Freaky.

There would supposedly be a religious angle to Project Blue Beam as well.  There would be Jesus-like figures amid the invasion, I presume to help convince fundy Christians that the Rapture was happening.  There is even said to be a device that the government has built that will allow for mass abductions of people, thereby giving greater appearance of the Rapture.  This technology has already been field tested in alien abductions, just as the Blue Beam projections have already been shaken down by creating UFO sightings.  This would act as the matador for our bull, if you will.  After witnessing all of this, we would...in theory...surrender all rights to a one world government so we would be protected.  Strength in numbers, you know.

A fake alien invasion perpetrated by our government has all the hallmarks of taught thriller...or a cheesy made for SyFy original, I can't decide which right now.  It is fiction, however, that presents one of the most intriguing aspects of Blue Beam.  For me, anyway.  And it has to do with Star Trek.  Here's what is printed at the link above, Rational Wiki:

In May 1975, Gene Roddenberry accepted an offer from Paramount to develop Star Trek into a feature film, and moved back into his old office on the Paramount lot. His proposed story told of a flying saucer, hovering above Earth, that was programmed to send down people who looked like prophets, including Jesus Christ.

It's even thought that this incident placed the whole Project Blue Beam into the public consciousness.  The geek in me is actually enthralled by this idea of Star Trek confronting either a fraudulent invasion or a hoax rapture.  Fascinating.

As for Project Blue Beam as a legitimate, shadowy plan?  I doubt it.  Seems like a lot of work. 

Wouldn't staging a more down to earth disaster be easier?

And less expensive?

And less sweaty?

But admittedly...nowhere near as cool.




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