Dec 20, 2021
The Lonnie Zamora Incident closely examines NASA satellite instruments to the National Radio Astronomical Observatory Station, where the VLA satellites are located. As authentic locals of New Mexico, Alex-Jason invites us to their home state, and in 1964, police officer Lonnie Zamora pursued a reckless speeding driver when he passed by a dynamite storage shack exploding. He abandoned the chase and turned up toward a perlite mine. Unbeknownst, this hot chase turned into another remarkable extraterrestrial phenomenon. He saw an egg-shaped spacecraft.
The Air Force investigated the case, who believed that a military aircraft is what Lonnie saw. UFO expert and researcher Jerome Clark does not accept the Air Force's explanation and believes that Lonnie saw a UFO. The Air Force officials brought Dr. J. Allen Hynek, a prolific NASA astronomer and agency consultant for USAF’s Project Bluebook. Hynek found that the physical evidence was convincing, along with the witness, Lonnie Zamora, himself. Lonnie believes what he had seen was not from this Earth, and the UFO sighting has never been explained. A similar encounter with Dr. Fry’s in New Mexico’s barren desert landscape brings us fresh insights for a deeper understanding of Alien civilizations. Moving forward from White Sand’s 20 episode saga, Alex- Jason instills to investigate new clusters of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena further as they connect the puzzles to understand the bigger picture concerning USAF’s Project Bluebook. The pilot episode left us poise for the opening stages of this Extraterrestrial Incident. We traverse the crossroads of evolution in each micro perspective of every individual involved in this incident.
This fourth episode continues the discussion regarding the Department of Defense's strategic interest in Alien Technology. The frontliners were deployed from White Sands Missile Range, hinting some connection with Dr. Daniel Fry’s contact. Army Cap. Richard Holder and his colleagues are on a hellbent undercover intelligence operation to provide military information and data to develop technological superiority while informing governmental policy machinery for outer-space relations. The Lonnie Zamora Extraterrestrial landing has just got bigger. Let us join Alex and Jason to discuss Unidentified Aerial Phenomena, Space-Time Travel, and Spacecraft architecture. www.higherdensityliving.com