Alien Technology/ The History of the Mainstreaming of Alien Techology Explained - Full Film Video

by bluesbaby5050 on December 2nd, 2014

Alien Technology - Full Film Video.
The History of the Mainstreaming of Alien Techology Explained ONE EXAMPLE OF MANY SHOWN OF ALIEN TECHNOLOGY IN PHOTO:
This Is The Closest Gadget We Have to the StarTrek CommunicatorBlog by MistaPrimeMinista Blogging in Gadgetsstar-trek-communicator.
Much like old-school Star Trek communicators are often credited for being the inspiration of the smartphone, the devices used by Captain Picard and his crew on Star Trek: The Next Generation have apparently given rise to a new wearable communication gadget developed by San Francisco startup OnBeep. The Medical TABLET is another used on the Star Trek Next Generation TV show. There are too many to lists that we take for granted that we use everyday in our modern world of alien technology.

Actor, Stacy Keach presents this documentary by first asking questions, such as, "Could the quantum leap in technology represent alien technology? Could technology like the microchip, which is ubiquitous in our lives have come from an extraterrestrial source? Is it alien technology?"

He is followed by one Major David K. Doyle (no military branch noted), who avers that alien technology entering the mainstream was most likely "a fact," and he surmises that this was done in an extremely secretive facility, with very few workers, on a "need to know" basis.

A brief discussion unfolds about the formation of the Majestic 12 by President Harry S. Truman and how this group was dedicated to finding applications for alien technology in everyday human life, where these could be safe and they sought ways to
distribute this back-engineered alien technology into the hands of private industries.

The rest, as they say, is history...
Explained.

ForbiddenKnowledgeTV
Alexandra Bruce
December 1, 2014.

- See more at: http://www.forbiddenknowledgetv.com/videos/ufosinterdimensionalbreakaway...

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