As Gen. Jay Raymond was formally sworn in as the inaugural chief of Space Force Operations at a White House Ceremony led by Vice President Pence, engineers at Tonopah Test Range finalized plans to send a reverse-engineered alien spaceship on a historic mission to the Nibiru system, with the goal of determining why the dark star and its orbiting planets have yet to reach perigee, an event that ought to have seen fruition in 2012, according to a Washington insider speaking under condition of anonymity.
Ever since President Trump announced his intent to create a 6th branch of the United States military—for which he was heavily mocked—civilian, military, and NASA engineers have worked tirelessly to finish construction on an intergalactic ship that allegedly is powered by a gravity generator that warps the fabric of space-time. This non-linear mode of transport allows rapid travel between two points without violating Newtonian physics or Einstein’s Special Theory of Relativity.
Discussion on this method of transportation is not new, and was first breached in 1989 by Bob Lazar, a physicist with questionable credentials who claimed to have briefly worked at “S-4,” a top-secret subsidiary of Nellis Airforce Base (Area-51) in Nevada. There, Lazar said he worked on a highly compartmentalized project that involved reverse-engineering a circular craft’s (sports model) propulsion system. His explanation of a craft generating a gravity wave that allows flight and avoids physical detection by bending light around it closely matches a ship the Space Force intends to send to Nibiru. If true, Lazar’s claims will be vindicated.
According to our source, President Trump is deeply concerned about Nibiru and has relied on the advice of scientific advisor Kelvin Droegemeier, a meteorologist by trade, to determine what threat, if any, Nibiru poses to Earth. Droegemeier and NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine told Trump the Nibiru System seemed to have stalled in space. They said optical viewing and radio frequency analysis provided inconclusive answers and that a manned trip to the Nibiru system is needed to determine whether the celestial interloper will achieve perigee and wreak untold havoc on the planet.
Trump told Gen. Raymond that investigating the mysteries of Nibiru would be among Space Force’s top priorities. He handed Raymond a structured plan that included names of three astronauts he had handpicked for the mission and said he wanted the ship en route to the Nibiru system by the 3rd quarter of 2020. The ship is expected to make the 160-million-mile journey in under 16 hours, a milestone for astronomical travel. It will approach to within nine million miles of the brown dwarf, steering clear of Nibiru’s fiery twin tails that contain trillions of micrometeorites and impenetrable clouds of red iron oxide dust, and collect imperative astronomical data to either prove or disprove a longstanding scientific belief that Nibiru will get close enough to earth to pelt it with meteorites and to gauge whether its impressive magnetic field is powerful enough to fracture Earth or cause irreparable geomagnetic and geophysical pole shifts that could tear the Earth asunder.
If information Is accurate, the U.S. now possesses an extraterrestrial-inspired vehicle that will not only command the domain of space but also give it a decisive advantage over its earthly adversaries, as it seems certain the military will exploit the technology for weapons development platforms. Regardless, there is a zero percent chance the government will share its findings with the public, as it has tried with limited success to conceal existence of the rogue solar system for nearly forty years.