Senior Scientist and Former Head of Lockheed Skunkworks Reveals All About Area 51, UFO’s and Aliens Before Dying
Many people who are not UFO “occultists” so to speak have heard something about what Ben Rich said shortly after retiring as the head of Lockheed Skunkworks while he was giving a presentation of all the things Lockheed accomplished while he was head. As you’ll learn in the video below, on the last slide, he causally said to the audience, “We now have the technology to take ET home.” First listen below, then let’s review precisely who Ben Rich was.
That is not the only HIGHLY controversial comment Mr. Rich made before he passed away. He also famously said, “We already have the means to travel among the stars, but these technologies are locked up in black projects and it would take an act of God to ever get them out to benefit humanity… anything you can imagine we already know how to do.” – Ben Rich, Former Head of Lockheed Skunk Works
Your first question ought to be, “Is this guy a fruitcake?” Has he gone off the deep end? That would be a logical thing to ask if you aren’t familiar with Skunkworks, and what Ben Rich did as the head of Skunkworks. The following video introduction and information below is taken right from Lockheed’s website.
Conceived in 1943, the Skunk Works division—a name inspired by a mysterious locale from the comic strip Li’L Abner—was formed by Johnson to build America’s first jet fighter. German jets had appeared over Europe. Uncle Sam needed a counterpunch, and Johnson got a call. As with virtually all Skunk Works projects that followed, the mission was secretive and the deadline was remarkably tight. Johnson promised the Pentagon they’d have their first prototype in 150 days. His engineers turned one out in 143 days, creating the P-80 Shooting Star, a sleek, lightning-fast fighter that went on to win history’s first jet-versus-jet dogfight over Korea in 1950.
Just four years later, amidst growing fears over a potential Soviet missile attack on the United States, Skunk Works engineers—who often worked ten hours a day, six days a week—created the U-2, the world’s first dedicated spy plane. It cruised at 70,000 feet, snapping aerial photographs of Soviet installations. This vital reconnaissance, unobtainable by other means, averted a war in Europe and a nuclear crisis in Cuba.
But high altitude was not enough. By 1960, Soviet radar and surface-to-air missile technology had caught up with the U-2. President Eisenhower needed something quicker, stronger, and more elusive. Using sheets of titanium coated with heat-dissipating black paint, engineers created the SR-71 Blackbird. On July 3, 1963, the plane reached a sustained speed of Mach 3 at an astounding 78,000 feet, and remains the world’s fastest and highest-flying manned aircraft.
Though lightning-fast, the Blackbird was not invisible. By 1973, Pentagon officials were calling for the creation of an attack aircraft that could fly undetected past enemy radar. Building on obscure research that showed radar beams could be diverted by angled triangular panels, the Skunk Works team designed the F-117 Nighthawk. Unusual looking and aerodynamically challenged, the Nighthawk wasn’t pretty, but it did what no aircraft had done before. Slipping past Iraqi radar on the morning of January 17, 1991, Lockheed’s Nighthawk bombed thirty-seven critical targets across Baghdad, a surgical strike that led, in just forty-three days, to the successful conclusion of Operation Desert Storm.
Now that we’re all on the same page, and I know that YOU know how important these men were, I feel comfortable saying without any doubt, Ben Rich was no fruitcake. Arguably he was single handedly responsible for and trusted with this nation’s darkest and most classified secrets for decades. If he was losing his marbles, there is NO WAY they would have let him go around giving presentations. Period.
Now you can take Ben Rich’s comments and you can file them away in your mind as either credible or not credible based on what you’ve just learned. The reason I shared all that was to lay the foundation for what Boyd Bushman said before his death. Boyd was a senior scientist and engineer for Lockheed’s Skunkworks for almost 40 years. The question I had to ask myself was, “After a lifetime invested with Lockheed Skunkworks, after all the things these men designed, built, and were part of, things that are so advanced that you and I will probably never see them in our lifetimes, what would possess them to destroy their own credibility and say something that was patently false? Does that strike you as the mold our top operatives were cut from at the height of the cold war?”
If you are like me, then you do NOT believe these men would discredit their life’s work just before death. That leaves only one alternative: They were clearing their conscious before they left this world. Think about that as you read the following.
Not long before Boyd Bushman passed away on August 7, 2014, he agreed to be video recorded for a short documentary where he openly spoke about his personal experiences with Area 51, UFOs, aliens, and anti-gravity ideas. (Video below)
Boyd Bushman was a retired senior scientist for Lockheed Martin. He had an impressive forty year career where he was awarded many patents while working with defense contractors Hughes Aircraft, General Dynamics, Texas Instruments, and Lockheed Martin.
**You can view some of those patents here. There is also another one you can view linked in this article below.**
In the last video footage (ever) of him, recorded right before his death, he shared some fascinating information and photos about Area 51, Aliens, UFOs, and anti-gravity. His images of aliens will of course raise controversy given the mixed beliefs that exist amongst people about their existence, but could perhaps be among the most fascinating evidence out there – and from a decorated and credible source.
After all, this wouldn’t be the first time highly ranked individuals have spoken out about this type of stuff. The statements made by them seem to corroborate with all of the official documentation about UFOs that has already been released for public viewing. Dozens of governments around the world have already disclosed this information.
“We already have the means to travel among the stars, but these technologies are locked up in black projects and it would take an act of God to ever get them out to benefit humanity… anything you can imagine we already know how to do.” – Ben Rich, Former Head of Lockheed Skunk Works
“Nature never uses English, it doesn’t speak any language, but yet it’s talking to us all the time. The key thing is to identify what it’s saying.” – Boyd Bushman, Former Senior Research Scientist Engineer and Inventor at Lockheed Martin Aeronautics
Boyd’s Wikipedia page has been disputed for accuracy. The reason given is that the information is not properly sourced. The controversy seems to stem around Boyd’s actual involvement in Lockheed Martin. Researching around for a while I was able to find patents filed by Lockheed Martin with Boyd Bushman’s name on them. Again, there are more linked earlier in this article as well.
As per Bushman’s claims, below is an image of plans for the first reverse engineered space craft that Lockheed Martin, and himself, put together.
Below is the video of Boyd’s final thoughts on some really fascinating subject matter. If this information is intriguing to you, you may want to check out the archives of articles we have on UFOs and other related topics. The UFO topic is one that could be very compartmentalized. This information might not even be the tip of the iceberg, we’ve heard other statements from interesting people about multiple races.
Former NASA astronaut and Princeton physics professor Brian O’Leary has also spoken out about UFOs and aliens which could lend more substance to what Boyd is saying above.