Source – Discerning The Mystery
by Shem El-Jamal, October 21, 2016
There are few other subject matters, I imagine, that both intrigue and astound the open-minded than the subject of UFOs and ET encounters. To add, there are few other people whose accounts of these otherworldly experiences are able to capture the interest of an audience than retired Sergeant Clifford Stone.
In the recent past, we have heard the mind-stretching accounts of this distinguished veteran whose stories may top most others as far as strangeness is concerned. We have heard of Stone’s experiences as he was introduced into the world of black ops—a world so secretive that his official rank bore virtually no indication of his true job description.
As we may remember from past episodes, Stone’s intuitive abilities combined with his life-long experiences as a contactee would make him the perfect candidate for his role as an intuitive interpreter. As we will see, this role held within it a wide variety of experiences, some of which were exciting, while others were a bit hazardous.
Exploitation of E.T. Technology with Sergeant Clifford Stone – Show Transcript
David Wilcock: All right. Welcome back to “Cosmic Disclosure”. I’m your host, David Wilcock. I’m here with Corey Goode. And in this episode, we are doing a special investigation into Sergeant Clifford Stone.
I was fortunate enough to meet him at the Disclosure Project event in May 2001 when he first came forward as a member of a UFO crash retrieval team and someone who has gotten his hands dirty in terms of actually releasing documents through the Freedom of Information Act that had never before seen the light of day.
So what we’re going to do now is show you some footage of our interview with Stone. And then we’re going to have some comments on it.
In this first round you’re going to hear him describing two of the classified programs with the code names that he was involved with involving crash retrieval and his work in getting those documents out. Let’s take a look.
Clifford Stone: I had to go on a search for the documentation to kind of sort of validate me to my family. They were there. My wife knows more about it than my kids do. But, you know, I’ll be criticized by my kids because I wasn’t there for that game. I wasn’t there for this social event – things of this sort.
And see, I was a clerk. I wasn’t supposed to do all this stuff. I wasn’t supposed to go to the field all the time. They did not know what went on.
Now, my wife did, because, like I said before, she was there from the beginning. But I initially wanted to go ahead and validate myself. I wanted to validate myself to my family.
But also towards the end of the time that I was getting out, I saw all the horrible things that were happening to people who were witnesses of UFOs. I saw the people who were ridiculed. I saw the people who lost their families because they just happened to be a witness to an event of high strangeness.
I have known people who have killed themselves. I know people who have lost their jobs. I know people who have become recluses because society in which they live rejected them because they happened to be involved in an event of high strangeness, and they made the big mistake of talking about it.
And since at least 1973, Operation Ridicule – and that’s what I call it, because it really is a directed effort by our government and other governments of the world to ridicule ANYONE who comes out and talks about having ANYTHING to do with UFOs.
And you’re even encouraged in the military if you have an event, or if you’re an airline pilot, DON’T TALK. It will destroy your career. It will ultimately destroy your life.
So the whole situation is, I had to try to get some confirmation that it’s okay to have these incidents, these events to occur in your life. And if I could get that confirmation officially from the record, it’d go a long way to help people.
I think the most amazing documents that I have unearthed, and I have to put them together, is the confirmation of Moon Dust and Blue Fly as they pertain to objects of unknown origin.
Moon Dust is the overall field exploitation program for only two items – objects of non-US origin that survive re-entry into the Earth’s atmosphere. And, of course, these would have an intelligence value to the intelligence community to determine what the state of technology is that went in to that particular craft from a potentially hostile government to the U.S.
The other item is objects of unknown origin. Within unknown origins, UFOs fall into play there. Okay.
These documents went ahead and show where we recovered various objects of unknown origin. And we brought them back to the states, and we were looking at them.
As a matter of fact, the NSA even had what was called a fractology lab where they would look at fragments.
Now there was a great debate between the intelligence community and NASA, because NASA felt that they should have total control.
The CIA made it quite clear that while NASA sometimes works hand in hand with the CIA, NASA is primarily a scientific endeavor.
Covert operations of an intelligence nature lies within the intelligence community.
So initially all these objects would go to the intelligence side of the house. If NASA was to get an object of unknown origin, they were without question to turn it over to various agencies within the intelligence community.
Then after the intelligence community did what they could with it, they would turn it back over to NASA for NASA to turn it over to the launching authority of the country that put the spacecraft up there to begin with.
But here again, if it was an object of unknown origin and it turned out not to be of this world, NASA would not get anything back on it. But NASA did have debris of unknown origin that was within their fractology lab.
1985, the name Moon Dust and Blue Fly – and Blue Fly was the actual field teams that went out to the field to do the covert extraction and also be there in case there was a need for a cover story, or what have you, and get it back to a safe haven area in a rear echelon area and ultimately back to facilities in the United States.
So I went ahead and I did a 178 page report entitled “Operation Blue Fly Research Project Report to Congress”.
And I went ahead and I sent it to 27 various members of Congress – the Senate and the House.
And our senator here, he took it to several other senators that were involved in the Armed Services Committee that was holding hearings actually on some – and remember, this is ’94. This is when the big questions about what really happened here at Roswell came into play.
Some of the people, behind closed doors – because UFOs is not a good subject to get messed up with if you’re an elected official – asked some people about, “Whoa, wait a minute. They did recoveries. This document shows that. We need to know what really is going on.”
In short, I know for a fact that report that I did in ’94 caused them to expose the National Reconnaissance Organization.
And the reason they had to expose it was real simple. They wanted Congress to understand that, “Well, you know, we have highly classified reconnaissance activities that involve highly sophisticated and highly classified manned, – I’m going to say it – unmanned – manned and unmanned satellites.
And there aren’t supposed to be any manned satellites, but there are.
And the situation is, with this being the case, if they fall back to Earth, it is imperative that we get them before any potential enemy of the United States get them or any potential future enemy of the United States gets them. And we must get them and get them back here to the States or to a safe haven area.
So they started talking about the nice activities on a very low key, but at least it got the exposure that it needed.
Then, of course, little demons like me went in and started to ask, “What more do you have on the NRO?”
There seem to be few other aspect of the UFO and ET cover-up that I find more annoying than what Stone refers to as “Operation Ridicule.” Long before anyone ever knew how common ET encounters were, there was reportedly an intense effort to conceal every aspect about ET and off-world technologies.
It would be understandable if there were some kind of strategic, military necessity to hide any potential advantage of advanced technology from an enemy. However, the very thought and position which yielded such thoughts may be a clear sign that we as a planet were not yet ready for such advanced technology, or at least we weren’t at that time.
David: All right. So this is a little bit more of a down-to-earth-type of UFOlogy than some of the stuff we talk about up in space, but still a very important part of what’s being done in order to keep the UFO coverup going.
In the clip he described Moon Dust as the umbrella program that is essentially looking at threats to the United States. Blue Fly is the actual team.
What’s the amount of prevalence that you think is happening with these types of programs? How many retrievals are being done in, let’s say, a given year?
Corey Goode: And I haven’t seen information for some time on . . . so I don’t know currently, but back before the time of about 1986, they were occurring on a semi-regular basis. I don’t know . . . You know, there’d be like maybe 4 to 12 in a year.
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