Mars Viking Caller Regarding Men on Mars in 1979

by bluesbaby5050 on September 6th, 2014

The May 11, 2006 interview of John Lear with Coast-to-Coast's George Noory Has Recently Been Making the Rounds of Late is Anybody's Guess ForbiddenKnowledgeTV
By Alexandra Bruce
September 4, 2014. John Lear is the son of the famous inventor of the Lear Jet. He is a Lockheed L-1011 Captain and is highly regarded in aviation circles. He has flown over 150 test aircraft and has won every award granted by the Federal Aviation Administration. John also holds 18 world speed records and has worked for 28 different Aircraft Corporations, including CIA front companies.
In the early 1990s, I personally saw John speak in New York City at the Hotel Pennsylvania during a UFO conference, at a time when John began coming forward with some startling revelations concerning the subject of Unidentified Flying Objects.

Why this May 11, 2006 interview of John Lear with Coast-to-Coast's George Noory has recently been making the rounds of late is anybody's guess. In this interview, has asserted that the Earth has mining operations on the Moon, Mercury and Mars, the latter since at least the 1960s.

During the program, a former woman employee of NASA named Jackie called in from North Las Vegas. She was hoping to solve a 27 year old mystery. Jackie stated that she used to handle the downlinked telemetry, back in 1979 and states that one night, while watching the monitors coming from the Viking probe on Mars, that she and at least half a dozen other co-workers saw two men in suits walk toward the probe from the horizon. The feed ended up getting cut off and NASA quickly covered-up the incident, with her superiors literally locking she and the workers present out of the their offices.

Lear responds by suggesting that the men were merely part of the human ground crew on Mars, cleaning the dust off and maintaining the equipment of the Viking probe.

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Tim Lovell: im sorry but you DO need a

im sorry but you DO need a suit to walk on the moon it is a complete vacuum you wwould die , and the same for mars you would need a suit that guy speaking in the background is talking absolute rubbish sorry.

Tarheel: Well

Remember, knowledge is forbidden by them. .)

Tim Lovell: well yeah but I think its

well yeah but I think its obvious the moon has no atmosphere lol

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