Alien Artifacts: Evidence of Off-World Vehicles Examined

In Brief

  • The Facts:

    The Pulse has uncovered documents from University of California that indicate Dr. Russell Vernon Clark in fact worked for UofC. Dr. Clark was purportedly involved in examining Roswell UFO crash debris.

  • Reflect On:

    Was Dr Clark a target of a disinformation campaign to discredit his findings?

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The Los Alamos National Laboratory was founded in 1943, just a few years after World War II began, with a single goal in mind: to design and produce an atomic weapon. It only took 27 months. The world’s first atomic bomb was exploded at Trinity Site, 200 miles south of Los Alamos, on July 16, 1945. This test demonstrated that the Laboratory’s scientists had effectively weaponized the atom.

During this era of nuclear development, there were numerous claims from respectable scientists and physicists regarding the existence of odd lights performing impossible maneuvers near Los Alamos. Several memorandums from Director of Military Applications James McCormack Jr. have been obtained through FOIA requests.

“The motion of the bodies (estimated at between 14 and 20 in number) appeared to be a swirling nature, not unlike a flock of towering geese or a handful of leaflets in an up-draft. Either due to distance or size, it was impossible to resolve individual shape however, the general impression was gained that bodies were white.”

Memo to Lt. John G Albert, Operations & Projects, Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico

Soon after the letter was written, the military would be dealing with what appears to be the greatest secret ever kept by a Government against it’s citizens. The manner the United States ruled would alter forever for reasons only known to the gatekeepers of the National Security Complex. Diana Walsh Pasulka, author of the Oxford-published book American Cosmic, refers to New Mexico as a sacred site since it is considered to be the spot where alien intelligence revealed itself to humans. In religious studies, such an occurrence is known as hierophany. A heirophany is a holy manifestation. It happens when a nonhuman intelligent being falls from the sky to the ground or otherwise manifests itself. In American Cosmic, a NASA Engineer with one of the highest degrees of security clearance in the United States Government explains that extraterrestrials are gifting humanity technology by purposefully crashing off-world vehicles. It’s tough to accept such a claim, but the procedure should begin by analyzing any debris to establish its origin.

Seven unknown craft crashes (gifts?) would occur in New Mexico between 1945–1950. Starting in August 1945, when two boys, Jose and Reme, ages 9 and 7, were searching for a cow that was ready to deliver a calf on a ranch west of Trinity Site in San Antonio, New Mexico. They heard a thunderous explosion, identical to the one they had heard a month earlier. They followed the sound and spotted a 25–30 foot avocado-shaped vessel containing two living beings. The youngsters hid for many days, watching while the military collect the crashed wreckage. Jose and Reme extracted a piece of this spaceship, which one of them still possesses today.

This incident is documented in Scientist and US Air Force Project Blue Book Consultant Jacque Valle’s new book Trinity: The Best-Kept Secret, which was released in June and co-written with Paola Harris. Featuring an investigation that took over 20 years. The artifact, which had been retrieved and concealed all these years, is currently being peer-reviewed in a controlled scientific study.

The Famous Roswell Incident

Mac Brazel discovered a significant amount of debris on the Foster Ranch, where he worked as a foreman, in July 1947. Mr. Brazel traveled a few miles to the town of Corona and asked Jesse Wade, the owner of a bar, to close his establishment and follow him to the debris field. Jesse was informed by Mac Brazel that his sheep would not cross the rubble to get to the water. Mr. Wade turned down Mac’s request, but he did advise that Mac Brazel report the incident to the military in Roswell. Mac then went up to the Corona Drug Store and asked Geraldine Perkins, the shopkeeper, to accompany him to the ranch. He also declined, but Geraldine assisted Mr. Brazel in making a phone call to Roswell. The rest of the story is history.

Jesse Wade subsequently admitted to Chuck, his son, that he wished he had gone to the ranch with Mac Brazel. One has to wonder how history would have been written if this had happened.

Until now, the Department of Defense has insisted that the Roswell event was caused by a crashed test balloon. A story that has evolved numerous times and has all the hallmarks of a coverup. Over 90 people have come forward to confirm Mac Brazel’s testimony, which has also been confirmed by Mac’s son Bill Brazel. Bill’s “disc pieces” collection was taken by the Air Force in 1949 after he “spoke too much” the night before at a Corona, New Mexico pub.

Plains of San Augustine UFO Crash

The son of the bar owner who was contacted by Mac Brazel in 1947 has been on a lifelong quest to see what his father refused to see back then. When Chuck learned from Bill Brazel about the confiscated artifacts and if they were genuine, he became determined to delve more into the UFO issue. Chuck was particularly curious a crash that allegedly occurred on the morning of July 2nd, 1947.

Gerald Anderson, his father, brother, uncle, and cousin traveled from Albuquerque to the Plains of San Augustin on July 2, 1947.

The Andersons came upon a 32-foot crashed UFO while hunting for moss agate. Gerald informed Chuck Wade that there were four aliens: one alive, one injured, and two dead.

Artist depiction of UFO crash at Plains of San Augustin

An archaeologist and his five students came shortly after this find, followed by Barney Barnett in his Soil Conservation Service vehicle. This crash site on the Plains of San Augustin has been dubbed the “Barney Barnett site”. When a military staff car came, followed by a truckload of military men, the citizens were crowding around and discussing the wrecked item. The army encircled the people and was quite harsh with them, telling them they were not authorized to be there and that if they told anybody what they had witnessed, they would be killed. Mr. Wade was informed by Gerald Anderson that the military had constructed a flatbed truck, a crane, tanker vehicles, and truckloads of supplies. A bulldozer was even present. Gerald accounted that it appeared to be an invasion force. This invasion army pitched tents and remained for many days.

“We took a military canteen and an army cot from their centre of operations”

Chuck Wade shared casually.

Chuck Wade and Nancy Wade have visited the UFO crash site three times with Gerald Anderson, who was a youngster when he and his family observed the crashed UFO in 1947.

The Dig

Chuck Wade along with another UFO researcher set out to dig for artifacts that could still be present from the crash site at Plains of San Augustine. In preparation for the dig, they made four 12ft high tripods that each held a 2′ x 3′ basket of dirt. They hired four workers to help screen the dirt while looking for artifacts.

In the spring of 2004, UFO researcher Art Campbell, Nancy and Chuck Wade along with four other workers retrieved 8 pieces of foil that they numbered 1–8.

Artifact retrieved from crash site

Off-World Isotopic Ratios

A ground-breaking study led by Material Physicist Steven Colbern, currently the CEO and Co-Founder of Neutron Star Nanotechnology in Oxnard, California. Mr. Chuck Wade of the crash at San Augustine, New Mexico, submitted six metal samples. A dissecting microscope at 8x-40x magnification was used to capture digital pictures of the materials.

The samples were then photographed using a considerably greater magnification microscope (100x-400x). Small portions of each sample (10 mg) were then cut off, dissolved in nitric acid, and examined by inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) to determine the concentrations of the principal component elements in each sample, as well as the abundances of trace elements. The raw ICP-MS data was then used to calculate the relative abundances of three isotopes in one of the samples. To establish if the samples are ferromagnetic, they were also subjected to the field of a Neodymium-Iron-Boron (NIB) magnet.

According to the study’s findings

These samples include very rare alloying elements that were not found in aluminium alloys in 1947. If these samples are from an aircraft that crashed that year, they are quite uncommon.

The coatings on the samples are especially unique since conformal coatings of this sort, rich in silica, titania, magnesia, sulphate, phosphate, and chloride and mixed with the metal, were almost definitely not accessible in 1947.

The presence of carbon nanotubes in the Raman spectra of the samples suggests that the samples might be “smart metal” materials using carbon nanotubes as electronic components or to reinforce the materials. Because the mechanical strength of these samples was not out of the ordinary, they should be examined for out-of-the-ordinary electrical properties.

The isotopic ratios of three elements in sample W-1 (antimony, copper, and nickel) were highly skewed in comparison to their terrestrial values, suggesting that the samples came from an unknown source.

Isotopic ratios from study.

Alleged Piece of Roswell Crash Debris

While researching for this essay, I came across an intriguing analysis of an artifact supposedly retrieved from the famed Roswell crash site. Both the purported items discovered at San Augustine and Corona (Roswell) are quite similar in composition. Dr. Russell Vernon Clark performed the investigation of the purported Roswell item.

“The composition of this material was found to be greater than 99% silicon. Therefore it should be considered that this material is both manufactured and extraterrestrial in origin.”
– Dr. Clark wrote in his study.

Dr. Clark appears to have been the target of a disinformation campaign as a result of his participation in the Roswell artifact study. The University of California issued a statement through its acting Director of Campus Communications stating that Dr. Clark was not a university employee. This is either a mistake or an outright deception to the public. The Pulse has uncovered documents from the University of California that clearly indicate that Dr. Russell Vernon Clark was a Campus Departmental Representative.

Media Accountability

Prominent members of the academic and intelligence communities have frequently attempted to convince the American people that the US government is in possession of wrecked off-world vehicles. Diana Pasulka, American Cosmic author and researcher, claimed in a podcast interview in 2021 that the materials in Chuck Wade’s possession are legitimate. Former Pentagon officials Christopher Mellon and Luis Elizondo have recently spoken out in favor of crashed UFO material.

There appears to be legitimate scientific research on items recovered from claimed crash locations in New Mexico in the public domain. The narrative and stories continue to be passed down through generations. As a result, it is perplexing why the mainstream media has chosen to overlook genuine assertions that have the potential to alter the paradigm. Simple small-town folks are allowed to convey their fantastic tales to the rest of the world, with no aid from the scientific community to clarify the message or put a stop to the misconceptions.

Is the entirety of the media suffering from cognitive dissonance?

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