Aerospace engineer and UFO author T.L. Keller looked over the room of about 50 members of theMutual UFO Network, or MUFON, in Studio Cityand said, “Some of you will to like what I have to say tonight.”
His talk was about the mysterious Area 51 in the desert and the Antelope Valley as well as technology that the military may be developing that has anti-gravity capability.
“Some of you will say ‘I can’t believe it,’ some of you will say I don’t know about that, and others will say, ‘I’ve known it all the time,’” said the UCLA engineering grad who has spoken to groups such as the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics and appeared on dozens of talk shows. He worked for the Jet Propulsion Lab on a team researching interplanetary exploration and wrote the book, The Total Novices Guide to UFOs.
Keller said he has been fascinated with Area 51 and the rumors surrounding it since he was 8 years old, and showed a series of photographs and slides from the Nevada area where some say hold remnants of vehicles from outer space.
Keller discussed the possibilities of the “super-secret” black projects that are tested in the area, and other technology that might just be harnessing alien propulsion technology. He presented slides and photographs of the area, and the closest that people can get to the area cordoned off in the desert, where he believes is built a large underground research facility.
One of the chilling things he said is quoting from a speech that Ben Rich gave in 1993 at UCLA about his work at Lockheed Martin. The retiring CEO told the audience, “If you can imagine it, then Lockheed-Martin has done it.” Keller said that signaled that a lot of the science fiction devices that are depicted in movies are already being created, or have already been created.
(See a video above of Keller discussing his book, the Total Novices Guide to UFOs in the video section of the photo gallery.)
Richard Lawrence is the next speaker this coming Tuesday at the Unitarian Universalist Church. He will be discussing his book: UFOS and the Extraterrestrial Message and said there is a spiritual insight into UFOs and cosmic transmissions.
Lawrence's book reveals how UFOS are more than strange shapes in the sky and that they may be part of universes. He said a lot of the ideas have become common concepts in everything from quantum physics to Star Trek.
Lawrence's book has been translated into many languages, including French, German, Italian, Russian, Japaneses and Portuguese. He has lectured around the world and is a member of the Aetherius Society.
The meeting starts at 8 p.m. and costs $10 for members, $15 for nonmembers.