A Survival Colony on the Red Planet?
June 24, 2014
This presentation by Jim Nichols claims that there is evidence of a secret colony of Earth humans on Mars, which has been in existence for several decades and it seeks to present the best evidence available that there is, indeed life on Mars.
Part of his evidence is based on the claims, in recent years by President Eisenhower’s great-granddaughter and others of a survival colony on Mars, constructed in case of imminent natural- or man-made catastrophes, which could decimate the Earth’s population.
There are several publicly-known projects for *future* exploration and colonization of Mars.
Earlier this year, a Netherlands-based corporation, Mars One, released a public relations campaign, announcing that they were seeking applicants to be trained as astronauts for their proposed one-way ticket to a colony on Mars, to be established by 2023. (Currently, this astronaut program is closed to new applicants).
In April 2010, at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, President Obama announced plans for a manned mission that includes a trip to orbit Mars and return to Earth in the 2030s.
Coincidentally, I met an engineer at JPL, who is the nephew of a longtime family friend from Brazil just a few weeks before Obama’s announcement, of whom I later heard he was relieved that he no longer had to keep secret that he’d been working on this project for years.
I was recently contacted by someone who is working in a private enterprise to enable commercial projects and tourism on the Red Planet. Ironically, he contacted me to categorically deny the claims of Laura Eisenhower, of attempts to recruit her into an existing Mars colony. His email address was associated with this web domain:
He wrote, “This is the case of the Little Girl who cried Mars, my dear. You should let people know…”
This contact occurred in response to a video that I broadcast of an Exopolitics interview of Eisenhower, last May:
Richard D. Dell, Jr. wrote to me that he had been her romantic partner, at the time of her alleged recruitment attempt:
“…she watched me studying diagrams in a notebook, sent to me by a friend who had found the designs for a Moon base by Werner Von Braun, from 1959, recently released from a FOIA request. At the time, I often talked excitedly about my passion; to build a settlement on Mars. Neither myself nor anyone I know has been to Mars. Furthermore, I wish I could convey the chagrin and humor of receiving a phone call from Hal Puthoff asking me to ask Laura to stop telling people he has a teleportation pad to Mars. I can assure you, I have been to his office, he does not have a teleportation pad to Mars, and I have never been to Mars myself, as much as I would like to go…”
He wrote that he’d “…be happy to sign an affidavit,” to all of the above, in addition to the following:
– Her real name is Laura Mahon. Her mother’s maiden name is Eisenhower.
– Laura has two adorable sons. (I’ll leave out the comments he made, which could be construed to be disparaging, except to say that he expressed that Laura was extremely unwell, at that time). He stated that, “I stayed with her for a year because of pity for the boys.”
A Google search reveals that a Richard D. Dell, Jr. is associated with an inactive website, dating back to 2008, called ‘International Association of Space Entrepreneurs,’ as well as a 2011 interview he gave, describing his plans to build an “Inertial electrostatic confinement fusion-powered” spacecraft with physicist, George Miley:
In that interview, Dell claimed that, “This technology will change everything. By 2020, we could be actively implementing commercial settlement and/or tourist expeditions to Mars.”
Given Richard Dell’s association with Hal Puthoff, an electrical engineer by training who holds patents for high-tech lasers and electron beam devices and who has recently been involved in privately-funded projects related to energy generation and space
propulsion, Puthoff is notorious for having been the Director of the CIA/DIA-funded Stargate Project at Stanford Research Institute, during the 1970s and 1980s, which investigated psychic abilities, such as remote viewing.
Puthoff collaborated with Russell Targ, in a study of the abilities of Uri Geller, Ingo Swann, Pat Price, Joseph McMoneagle and others, where they became convinced that some of their subjects possessed genuine psychic powers.
Any seasoned student of urban legends relating to Martian colonies and a “breakaway civilization” knows that these always seem to go hand-in-hand with alphabet mind control projects, such as those overseen by Hal Puthoff – and one is definitely left wishing that one had the psychic skills to know the truth behind such legends!