“Deep Throat” Hinted at Exotic Antigravity Project?

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This is actually a fairly old story, having first surfaced a couple of years ago when Mark Felt outted himself as Woodward and Bernstein’s "Deep Throat" informant during Watergate.  But it surfaced in my Google alerts this morning so I figured, ah, what the hey….

Which covert project back in 1971-2 was more important than Watergate? Government whistle-blower and former head of Air Force Project Pounce, Col. Steve Wilson, told researcher Richard Boylan that "the first successful U.S. antigravity flight took place July 18, 1971 at S-4 (on Nellis Air Force base in Nevada), wherein light bending capabilities were also demonstrated to obtain total invisibilities. Present at this flight were notables such as Admiral (Bobbie Ray) Inman (former National Security Agency director), who is now head of SAIC (Science Applications International, Incorporated) in San Diego, CA, which makes the antigravity drives."

 

You have to read through a lot of arcane, seemingly unconnected history before you get to the money quote above, but any story that combines national security intrigue with classified military research is worth taking into account.

In fact, when I ran this story past Morgan when it first came out, his reply to me was something along the lines of "Yes, Woodward… why do you think you were given that particular code-name?  It wasn’t purely coincidence…."

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