Solar Warden is the name given to a classified space program designed to keep Earth safe against malevolent extraterrestrial forces. Such a project could have only been completed with the help of advanced alien technology provided by the aliens looking out for us.
Conspiracy theorists claim it has been in existence for over 30 years, operating without the general public’s knowledge. And if you’re thinking “well, that’s just another loony theory unfairly built on people’s credibility,” we should remind you about British UFO hacker Gary McKinnon’s unbelievable story.
In 2001, McKinnon, a systems administrator at the time, hacked his way into almost 100 U.S. military and NASA terminals. He was searching for the government’s files on free energy but inadvertently chanced upon something much, much bigger.
Prior to illegally accessing the government’s computers, he had become involved with the Disclosure Project, a nonprofit organization “whose goal is to disclose to the public the government’s alleged knowledge of UFOs, extraterrestrial intelligence, and advanced energy and propulsion systems.”
Among the files he found there was information about “non-terrestrial officers” numbering in the thousands, as well as data regarding “fleet-to-fleet transfers.” As he kept searching, McKinnon an enigmatic kept popping up: Solar Warden.
There are some very credible, relied-upon people, all saying yes, there is UFO technology, there’s anti-gravity, there’s free energy, and it’s extraterrestrial in origin and they’ve captured spacecraft and reverse engineered them.”—Gary McKinnon, the UFO hacker
George W. Bush’s Justice Department eventually discovered the UFO hacker’s intrusion and accused him of committing “the biggest military computer hack of all time.” If the United Kingdom were to extradite him to the U.S. he would have faced up to 70 years in prison and millions of dollars in fines. But that never happened and many suspect it was only because McKinnon still possessed crucial information that he used to leverage himself out. More so, his lawyer even had government officials testifying under oath about the existence of the Navy’s Space Fleet. Never heard of it?
According to McKinnon, the ultra-secret Solar Warden maintains a fleet of various spaceships. It consists of eight massive cigar-shaped mother ships and about four dozen smaller “scout vessels.” Hundreds of “Space Marines” are in service aboard these ships and each mother ship has an additional crew of approximately 300 scientists and technicians on board. The Space Fleet is operated by the NNSOC (United States Naval Network and Space Operations Command).
No information exists on how Solar Warden was established and what extraterrestrial specie(s) contributed to its creation but rumors about the implication of various earthly agencies and corporations abound. It’s been said that various Black Projects contractors in the U.S. aerospace industry are actively involved in the program, with countries like the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and Russia chipping in as well.
Secret facilities such as Area 51, Dugway Proving Grounds, S4, Wright Patterson AFB and the infamous Dulce Underground Base are routinely used in testing and developing Solar Warden technology.
The reality is these claims cannot be verified and a theory as interesting as this one is sure to pick up a lot of additional, untrue details along the way. But before labeling it as just another crackpot idea, take a look at this:
In 1993, former Lockheed Martin Skunk Works CEO Ben Rich held a lecture at the UCLA’s James West Alumni Center in Los Angeles. He spoke about the progress registered in space engineering during the previous four decades. The last image in his presentation was that of a black disk “zipping out into outer space” and Ben concluded with the words:
We now have the technology to take ET home.”
Those who attended said he wasn’t joking.
Lockheed’s Skunk Works have been operating for over 70 years and are credited with designing and building high-tech aircraft like the U-2 bomber, the SR-71 Blackbird, the F-22 Raptor and the F-117 Nighthawk. Rumors say they have plenty more futuristic flying machines in the making.
More than 20 years have passed since the Skunk Works’ former CEO claimed they had already achieved what we can only assume to be faster than light travel. If he was telling the truth, how advanced would their technology be now?
Could it be responsible for the ever-increasing number of UFO sightings. Whether these mysterious flying saucers are part of Solar Warden, top-secret military experiments or entirely alien, one thing is sure: tens of thousands of people are certain about what they saw.
If Solar Warden really exists, the implications are earth-shattering. Or should we say earth-defending?