Have you ever seen the footage of a UFO mothership sending out smaller UFOs?
Well, DARPA is finally unleashing the truth to the entire world with their own Motherships who will disperse smaller reusable drones to scout hostile environments (like for war) and other stuff like that.
Man and his brute beast flesh developing all kinds of evil to murder people is beyond evil – but it is something that we Christians have to deal with until Jesus Christ returns.
Mark 7:21 – For from within, out of the heart of men, proceed evil thoughts, adulteries, fornications, murders,
We explained to everyone that there are no such thing as UFOs and that “aliens” are a perfect PsyOp for the military to create new technology.
Motherships To Fly Around USA and World As Soon As 2019
The Defense Advanced Research Project Agency plans to demonstrate the ability to launch and recover swarms of drones from a C-130 sometime in 2019.
Gremlins — an initiative DARPA says is named after the imaginary, mischievous imps that became good luck charms for British pilots in WWII — is intended to give the U.S. military “improved operational flexibility at a much lower cost than is possible with today’s expensive, all-in-one platforms,” according to a DARPA statement.
“When the gremlins complete their mission, a C-130 transport aircraft would retrieve them in the air and carry them home, where ground crews would prepare them for their next use within 24 hours,” the DARPA statement reads.
The hope is that the gremlins could be reused up to about 20 times. In the end, the goal is for the drones to provide a cheaper alternative to larger aircraft platforms with heavier payloads and higher maintenance costs over their lifetimes.
Launched from an aircraft carrier, a more advanced mothership would fly stealthily into hostile airspace, undetected by radar. Suddenly, enemy radar screens would light up as dozens of unstealthy Gremlin drones appear seemingly from out of nowhere to conduct strikes, then return to their mothership and simply vanish into radar-invisibility once again.
At which point the mothership would return to base, never having been detected.
Further down the road, though, as the need for a stealthy mothership becomes more urgent, I’d expect further development money to be awarded — probably going to a company with proven abilities in building stealthy aircraft. Northrop (maker of the B-2 and B-21) and Lockheed (which builds the F-35 and F-22) appear to be the most likely prospects in this regard.