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2004 UFO Incident Was A 'Russian Anti Gravity Craft', Australian Researcher Suggests

On 14 November, 2004, a couple of USAF F-18 fighter pilots witnessed a very unusual incident while conducting routine operations about 70 kilometres off the coast of Tijuana, Mexico.

According to one of the pilots, Commander David Fravor, a group of unidentified flying objects were detected by SPY-1 radar. In order to investigate the phenomenon, the fighter jets took off from USS Nimitz.

“On several occasions, beginning 10 November [2004], the Fire Control Officer and the extremely experienced Fire Control Senior Chief had detected multiple returns descending from far above the radar’s scan volume–somewhere higher than 80,000 ft.  The targets, dubbed Anomalous Aerial Vehicles (AAVs), would drop from above 80K to hover roughly 50 feet off the water in a matter of seconds”, Mr Fravor declared in an interview in 2015. “It was always over the same spot, a Lat/Long about 30NM off the coast of Baja, roughly 70nm southwest of Tijuana.  At the time, the SPY-1 was the most sophisticated and powerful tactical radar on the planet.  With it, they were able to track these AAVs while they descended, hovered and then zipped away at speeds, turn rates and accelerations faster than any known friendly or threat aircraft. They were impossibly fast”, he added.

In reference to this affair, Australian researcher PhD Michael Salla analyses the possibility of a secret Russian anti-gravity project. He bases his opinion on Tom DeLonge’s theories published on his book Sekret Machines. Mr DeLonge affirms that, after World War II, both Russia (which was then part of the Soviet Union) and the United States developed anti-gravity aircraft with the help of German scientists that worked on Nazi Germany aerospace programs.

“It’s worth emphasizing that the high level of insider support given to DeLonge suggests that his books and initiatives are part of an officially sanctioned disclosure process, which is backed by the USAF in particular, and the Pentagon more generally. All this suggests that the 2004 incident involving the USS Nimitiz will fit a narrative that is slowly emerging through DeLonge’s Sekret Machines book series and To The Stars Academy. This firmly points to the incident eventually being depicted as Russian antigravity craft taking a menacing posture to the Navy battle group”, Mr Salla asserted.

“The 2004 UFO incident is intriguing, and there may well be an other-worldly component, but it’s highly likely that this particular incident was chosen so that Russia would be eventually identified as the culprit for political reasons”, he explained. “I’m sure major US defence contractors are salivating at the prospect of building fleets of armed antigravity spacecraft to respond to a contrived Russian (and Chinese) threat to US national security through a secret space program”, he continued.

Draw your own conclusions…

For more information: http://exopolitics.org/did-2004-ufo-incident-involve-aliens-or-russian-antigravity-spacecraft/