US NAVY LEAGUE CONDUCTED EXTRATERRESTRIAL SPECIAL PROJECTS FROM 1985 TO 1999
WRITTEN BY DR MICHAEL SALLA ON JUNE 6, 2016. POSTED IN EXOPOLITICS RESEARCH, FEATURED
Former aerospace engineer, William Tompkins, has revealed that from 1985 to 1999 he was given permission to create a number of special projects involving extraterrestrial life and technology at a council of the U.S. Navy League established in Medford, Oregon.
Tompkins has supplied a document confirming that a Special Projects Committee was created and gave reports at meetings of the Medford “Rogue Valley” council of the Navy League. In addition, two retired Navy officers who attended these meetings have been contacted, and confirmed that Tompkins did discuss extraterrestrial related issues at the Navy League meetings as he contends.
Tompkins created the Navy League Rogue Valley Council in January 1985, and became its inaugural President. Prior to this, Tompkins had worked for the U.S. Navy and leading aerospace contractors from 1942 to 1984. During this period of over 40 years, he has stated that he worked on a number of advanced spacecraft designs based on information that was developed with the assistance of extraterrestrials.
Of particular importance, during his time at Douglas Aircraft Company (1950 – 1963), Tompkins was involved in designing naval space battle groups with spacecraft carriers and cruisers that were as much as two kilometers in length. He has described in his book, Selected by Extraterrestrials, three Nordic aliens that were embedded in the Douglas Company, that quietly assisted him.
Later in his aerospace career with companies such as Rocketdyne, TRW, Lockeheed, and General Dynamics, Tompkins says that he participated directly in various aspects of the Navy’s secret space program as it went from the early design phase, leading to detailed architectural plans, and finally to the space battle groups eventual deployment in 1984.
On January 1, 1984, Tompkins moved to Medford, Oregon where a high concentration of reserve and retired Navy Officers resided. In February 1984, he attended the Navy League National Convention in Seattle.
Prior to the Convention, Tompkins briefed Rear Admiral Hugh Webster, a President (San Diego) and corporate director (national) of the Navy League, about some of the extraterrestrial projects he had been involved in during his aerospace career. Tompkins received the Admiral’s full support for his plans to develop a series of Navy led special projects dealing with the alien topic.
Later, in 2001, Webster would give Tompkins permission to disclose all he knew about the Navy’s involvement in extraterrestrial related projects in a future autobiography – published in December 2015 as Selected by Extraterrestrials.
Tompkins subsequently received permission to create the Navy League, Rogue Valley Council, formally established on January 1, 1985, using Navy Reserve Center facilities. As its inaugural President, Tompkins was soon after promoted to Vice President of the Navy League for the entire State of Oregon.
In his autobiography, Tompkins describes his main mission in January 1985:
Created Southwest Navy League Council [Medford] with 37 top Navy officers, the “special projects” group, pilots from various employers, all working on alien interaction projects.” (p. 431)
In an unpublished video interview from March 2016, Tompkins said:
You’ve got a hand out of Navy people responsible for this Navy League Council that I started up in Oregon, and we had specific missions up there with extraterrestrials, particularly in large mountains up there. It’s interesting that if you read that little list of names how many of these personnel, who were out of the Navy, but are still in the Reserve, are pilots, Navy pilots, Commanders or Captains. I happened to have one of the largest groups in the country in this Navy League, supporting extraterrestrial missions.
One of his immediate tasks was to set up a Command, Communications and Control system for the Navy League’s Medford council. To achieve this, he set up the “Sea Cadets” where junior high school children of navy officers and others, would be given a basic education of naval maritime and aerospace operations.
Tompkins has supplied a number of documents to support his remarkable claims. One confirms the computer systems given to him by the Miramar Naval Air Station.
He refers to the operations system that was being set up as a “special project”.
Another document confirms that special projects were indeed being discussed, and conducted at the Navy League in Medford, as Tompkins claims.
Most significantly, the minutes confirm that an item on the agenda was a report by a Special Projects Committee. Tompkins says that this Committee was in charge of six “special projects” which each had their own sub-committee.
One was the Inter-galactic operations special project discussed above.
In private interviews, he has described some of the other special projects that he says he was directly involved in.
One special project involved reports of UFOs seen entering and leaving Mount Shasta which was believed to be an extraterrestrial base. Pilots affiliated with the Navy League would fly around the mountain to find entrances, and all-terrain vehicles were also used for the same purpose.
Another special project was a contact program where personnel could meet and interact with aliens at a remote mountain location in the Cascades. Tompkins has described how holographic technologies were used to help participants learn about the history of extraterrestrial life, and interactions with Earth.
Corroborating Tompkins Testimony and Documents
Tompkins has privately supplied a November 1995 list of Navy, Marine and Air Force officers, and local officials who participated in the Navy League, Medford council. From this list, I was able to locate two Navy Officers so far, and each confirmed serving with Tompkins. Both of their names also appear in the October 1993 meeting document described earlier.
I spoke with Art Lumley (Commander, USN ret.) on May 19, 2016, who is the current President of the Rogue Valley Council Navy League. Lumley served for 20 years with the US Navy and Navy Reserve, and then worked for 26 years as a pilot with United Airlines retiring as a Captain.
Captain Lumley says that he recalls that extraterrestrial life was a topic discussed in special projects that were areas of interest for the Rogue Valley Council during the time Tompkins was President. He said that Tompkins would raise the extraterrestrial topic in discussions, and it was known among Council members that he was an expert on the topic. Lumley said he does not recall any direct involvement in such projects himself, but did recall Tompkins discussion of them.
I also spoke with Larry Boeck (Captain, USN ret.) on May 24, 2016. His naval service spanned 25 years and he retired as a Captain in the U.S. Naval Reserve in 1995. During his career he commanded five Naval Reserve units.
Boeck says that Tompkins was very knowledgeable about the extraterrestrial topic, and researched it a lot. He said that due to Tompkins knowledge and contacts, he found him very credible when it came to the topic of extraterrestrial life.
Bill Tompkins revelations about his knowledge of extraterrestrial technologies acquired during the Second World War, and secretly developed by select U.S. aerospace corporations are ground breaking. In Selected by Extraterrestrials, he has supplied documents that corroborate his claims.
Tompkins has publicly revealed some of the information about his time in Oregon with the U.S. Navy League in a May 31, 2016 radio interview on Rense. In a future volume of his autobiography, Tompkins plans to reveal more information about his involvement with the Navy League in Oregon from 1985 to 1999.
With regard to his claims about the U.S. Navy League in Oregon being involved in a number of extraterrestrial related special projects from 1985 to 1999, Tompkins has provided additional documents that support this. The most important being the 1995 Minutes of a Meetingdiscussing reports by a Special Projects Committee, and the names of officials attending the meeting.
Critically, two officials of the Navy League at the time that are identified on the Minutes document, are both retired Navy officers. They have confirmed their participation in the Rogue Valley Council meetings, and Tompkin’s reports and discussions concerning extraterrestrial related projects.
Both Captain Boeck and Commander/Captain Lumley acknowledged that Tompkins was viewed by members of the Rogue Valley Council as an expert on the extraterrestrial issue and advanced aerospace technologies.
What adds further credence to Tompkins claims is the testimony of Catherine Austin Fitts, a former Assistant Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development. She says that in 1998, the US Navy had initiated a plan to adjust its operations for a future where it is openly known that extraterrestrials exist and live among us.
Fitts was asked to participate in strategy sessions that were being conducted by the Arlington Institute, a non-profit organization headed by John Peterson that was assigned a number of US Navy contracts. Fitts says:
John asked me to help him with a high level strategic plan Arlington was planning to undertake for the Undersecretary of the Navy… I met with a group of high level people in the military in the process — including the Undersecretary. According to John, the purpose of the plan — discussed in front of several military or retired military officers and former government officials— was to help the Navy adjust their operations for a world in which it was commonly known that aliens exist and live among us.
In support of her testimony, Fitts released the Minutes of a March 26, 1999, Board of Directors meeting which confirm that discussions of extraterrestrial life were being conducted by the Arlington Institute as at least one of its contracts – very likely with the US Navy – required.
It is more than coincidental that while Tompkins was conducting extraterrestrial Special Projects out of the Rogue Valley Council of the Navy League from 1985 to 1999, aiming to educate Navy personnel and their children about extraterrestrial life, that the Arlington Institute was doing something very similar on the other side of the country in 1998. In both cases, senior Navy officials had authorized these initiatives through private civilian organizations.
Consequently, documents and the supporting testimony of two Navy officers confirm that from 1985 to 1999, the Medford Council of the U.S. Navy League did discuss extraterrestrial related activities that were occurring in “special projects”.
This supports Tompkins claims that he had set up a number of special projects aimed at educating Navy and other military personnel, along with their children enrolled in the Sea Cadets, about extraterrestrial life and technology. In doing so, Tompkins had the direct support of senior leaders in the national organization of the U.S. Navy League, and almost certainly, the tacit support of high level officials in the Department of the Navy.
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