March 24, 2012
SECRET NSA BASE REVEALED IN JAMES BRAMFORD ARTICLE FOR WIRED MAGAZINE
This is the latest article by the author of the "Puzzle Palace", "Body of Secrets" and other books on the NSA. There are direct links to the info in this article and my recent livestream with Stew Webb where we talk about the technology being developed by Raynond Lavas and Michael Riconosuitto that could bend light and sound waves allowing them to create what has become known as the "death ray". According to Stew Webb this technology is linked with being able to turn a human being to dust in a matter of seconds and the disintegration of the Twin Towers in 911.
Note: It is apparent that most of the information in this article regarding surveillance capability and breaking encryption is not as up to date as the info obtained a couple of years ago from our whistleblower known as Jake Simpson. Click here for the testimony from Jake Simpson regarding the real state of this technology:
…"The AI surveillance system, Jake told us, was literally "out of this world". It operates hyperdimensionally, based on a highly advanced quantum computing model that is basically our development based on acquired alien technology. This system is so advanced that the ETs themselves are unhappy that we have it.
Not only does it enable access to what any given person is saying, or even thinking – if targeted for investigation – it can also transcend time itself and thereby access information about the thoughts and words of historical figures. Whether this system can look into the future – the Tom Cruise movie Minority Report, based on a story by the prolific author Philip K. Dick, comes to mind – we omitted to ask."
CELL PHONES USED IN CONNECTION WITH PROJECT ARCHANGEL
"…We can reveal that the U.S. NSA (National Security Agency) has been fingered in using laser radiation technology to interfere with and contaminate cell phones of American citizens. The program is called "Archangel" and is funded directly on behalf of the NSA through Pentagon defense procurement programs." — Stew Webb