By Jon Kelly
Vancouver, BC – An exclusive new video published to YouTube on January 28, 2016, purports to reveal how sleep talking-like mirror-encrypted messages in NASA’s communications link between ground control and seven crew members of the Space Shuttle Challenger anticipated both death and search and recovery operations prior to what has been described as the disintegration of the vehicle’s launch assembly 30 years ago today. Mission STS-51-L Flight Director Jay Greene along with Data Processing Systems Engineer A. F. Algate, Flight Dynamics Officer Brian Perry and Ground Control Engineer N. R. Talbott are named in the video as sources of the involuntary disclosures.
CBS News reported earlier in their coverage of the anniversary of this historic event how the mother of astronaut Christa McAuliffe wept openly during the launch before any sign of danger in what reporter Lesley Stahl termed a “premonition” of her daughter’s passing. It was CBS Television who would later audit the analytic procedure used to detect what had remained secret Challenger premonitions undiscovered until the publication of today’s new video.
In multiple closed-door on-camera sessions, journalists and investigative reporters from Cleveland, Ohio’s 19 Action News attempted to discern the mechanism by which this reporter was shown to reveal the secrets of on-air staff and local newsmakers prior to running a story that would garner the station a number one position in the Nielsen sweeps for November, 2006. A sober reading by the anchor who introduced that segment on-air spoke volumes to the lasting impression and respect felt throughout the station for what became one of the great moments in local television news for that season.
Premonitions of death and disaster populate literature of ancient cultures including Ovid’s “Metamorphoses” and the “Mahabharata” (Skr. “Great India”) of Veda Vyasa. Such portrayals resound with faculties of mind transcendent of time possessing extensive knowledge of the past, present and future intrinsic to human experience of the everyday and the extraordinary. The “Bhagavad Gita” contained within the Mahabharata offers possibly the world’s oldest Remote Viewing transcript as the entire text is composed of a narrative uttered by the seer Sanjaya concerning events taking place on a distant battlefield.
The presence of previously undiscovered forensic information concerning secret premonitions in NASA’s ground control communications feed was detected while monitoring mirror-filtered renderings of the ground crew statements. The NASA video soundtrack from the space agency’s commemorative resource tape was loaded in the edit bay of a digital audio workstation then subjected to mirror-filtering and time-expansion in preparation for a detailed auditory study. The conduct of this procedure was informed by best practices refined through repeatedly providing military, forensic and medical-grade intelligence that had been successfully vetted through practical real-world feedback over nearly 20 years of unmatched research and reporting.
NewsInsideOut.com has previously reported how the same procedure publicly revealed details of the Iraq War, identified the BTK Killer, named Russian spy Anna Chapman’s accomplice and uncovered the UFOs and ETs in Edward Snowden’s NSA cache weeks, months and years before such information became widely-accepted public knowledge. Below is a partial transcript of NASA ground control’s statements from January 28 1986, preceded by the pre-incident and post-incident secret messages encrypted backwards therein.
A death: Data processing systems (DPS) engineer A.F. Algate, mission control, Houston: “Liftoff confirmed.”
Big mess. A large search for body: Booster systems engineer: “Three at 65.”
Nesbitt: “… Three good fuel cells. Three good APUs (auxiliary power units)…”
Flight Director Jay Greene: Sixty-five, FIDO…”
Flight dynamics officer (FIDO) Brian Perry: “T-del confirms throttles.”
Greene: “…Thank you.”
Your crash. Dead now: “FIDO, trajectories…”
FIDO: “Go ahead.”
Greene: “Trajectory, FIDO.”
FIDO: “Flight, FIDO, filters (radar) got discreting sources. We’re go.”
Ground control engineer N.R. Talbott, mission control: “Flight, GC, we’ve had negative contact, loss of downlink (of radio voice or data from Challenger).”
Greene: “OK, all operators, watch your data carefully.”
FIDO: “Flight, FIDO, till we get stuff back he’s on his cue card for abort modes.”
Greene: “Procedures, any help?”
Unknown: “Negative, flight, no data.”
President Reagan in his address to the nation concerning these events affirmed how “The future doesn’t belong to the faint-hearted. It belongs to the brave.” Website Spaceflight Now offers their version of a NASA Challenger incident timeline along with a complete transcript of voice communications conducted that morning’s events.
Meanwhile in the blogosphere, the astronauts never died but instead lived on to resume normal lives.