Area 51, truth or myth?

As many already know, Area 51 has been part of the Alien conspiracy as far as we can remember. There is little known about the facility and what is going on there, but rumor has it that there is Alien activity and research into Aliens is being made there.

Officially, Area 51 is an Air Force base that researches and develops new technologies for the Air Force sector. It is a detachment of Edwards Air Force Base, within the Nevada Test and Training Range. The facility is also called (officially) Homey Airport and Groom Lake, but the term Area 51 was used in a classified CIA document from the Vietnam War. Let’s not forget that it has been referred to as Dreamland and Paradise Ranch, among other nicknames.

And of course, the airspace around the area is highly restricted.

As mentioned, the primary purpose is unknown to the public, but based on historical evidence, the facility supports the development and testing of experimental aircrafts and weapons systems, referred to as black projects. With the secrecy surrounding the base, it has made frequent news on conspiracy theories and has become the central component to Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs).

Although in June of 2013, the CIA publicly acknowledged the existence of the base for the first time, following a request of Freedom of Information Act. So, they decided to declassify documents detailing the history and purpose of Area 51. With this in mind, we all know that there is something mysterious going on at the Airforce Base.

How was the base established?

The history of the base is quite interesting. It all started when the development of the Lockheed U-2 aircraft (Strategic and Reconnaissance aircraft) was still in its infancy, lead by the CIA, for the project called AQUATONE. The director of the CIA at the time recognized that they needed a new testing-facility for the project (the project was extremely secretive), since the testing could not be conducted at Edwards Air Force Base or Lockheed’s Palmdale facility. He informed Lockheed to send a team of inspectors out to Groom Lake and see if it was fit for the purpose. They instantly knew that it was the right place after just flying over it, and then testing out the field for landing and taxi.

The Lakebed made an ideal landingstrip without anything done to it, and it was very unlikely that they would have any visitors since Emigrant Valley’s mountain range protected it from unwanted visitors.

It got the name “Area 51” from the Department of Energy since they thought that they would never have to use such a high number for an area.

Since then, many aircrafts have been developed and tested at this facility, such as the A-12 (dronelike aircraft for reconnaissance).

Later years

Due to its high secrecy, Area 51 has become somewhat of the go-to place when it comes to Alien activity. Some of the things that they are doing at the base include:

  • Storage, examination and reverse engineering of crashed alien spacecrafts (including the material recovered at Roswell), studying of alien pilots, and the manufacture of aircraft based on alien technology
  • Meetings or joint forces with extraterrestrials
  • Development of exotic energy weapons
  • Development of means to control the weather
  • Time travel and teleportation technology
  • Development of unusual and exotic propulsion systems related to the Aurora Program
  • Supposed activities related to shadowy ‘one world government’ or projects related to the ‘Majestic 12’ organization

Many suggest that there are a huge number of tunnels connecting many underground facilities to each other, including a railroad network with some speculations of a transatlantic railroad connecting to it.

We know that something shady is going on at this airbase and the truth will show itself sooner or later.

Ragnar Larsen