LATEST FROM FTIR
Courtest of Antony C. Sutton, FTIR Editor
LATEST FROM FTIR Courtest of Antony C. Sutton, FTIR Editor
The Future Technology Intelligence Report is a monthly newsletter (see Information Sources, end of this issue) devoted to technical predictions. In the June 1998 issue, FTIR discusses Col Philip J. Corso's revelations on the role of the U.S. Government (specially through DARPA) to put selected parts of alien technology (from one or more downed UFOs) into the scientific community for reverse engineering. According to Col. Corso (USArmy, retired) the Roswell crash was for real and the end result was a string of inputs for contemporary technologies (integrated circuits, fiber optics, lasers, particle beam weapons, and surgical lasers). For further info, read The Day After Roswell.
This issue of FTIR also provides a "Yellow Light Ahead...Caution" article which lists a few questionable sources for new-energy information. One of the questionable sources listed is the U.S. Dept. of Energy. On the positive side, FTIR says, "Trends Institute believes that 1998 will see the first major announcements on new energy technologies." The Trend Research Institute and its staff and 25 members are cited for their help by Gerald Celente in the Acknowledgements portion of Celente's book, Trends 2000 - How to Prepare For and Profit From Changes of the 21st Century.
FTIR also has this tidbit, "We anticipate a surge of interest in Wilhelm Reich as the Corso revelations on alien UFO technology become more widely known." The "Orgone" energy discovered and investigated by Wilhelm Reich might be termed as zero-point energy in today's more acceptable physics. However, Reich's books were destroyed during his life.
[NEN does not normally report on UFO-related information, but if Corso is correct and we did get some of our advanced technology from UFOs, the story is too good to omit. Ed.]
FTIR REPORTS ON SECRET ENERGY
The May 1998, issue of FTIR reports on the various media and government rejection of the ongoing new-energy revolution. FTIR cites BlackLight Power as being the current leader in funding and development. Sutton also castigates the DOE for its blindness in refusing to accept any new-energy developments. FTIR cites DOE's position: "Grant applications pertaining to cold fusion will be declined as will those pertaining to other fusion energy concepts not based specifically on magnetic or inertial confinement of plasmas...." FTIR is contacting 1,000 science writer directly over the next few months to tell them about the new-energy revolution. Hopefully, that will make a difference. More power (new-energy power) to you, Antony Sutton.
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Sep. 8, 1998.