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Blue Planet Pulsar Project

  1. 1. PULSAR PROJECT Alien Technical Research - 25A Westchester Camp Office of Central Research #3 CODE: ARAMIS V - ADR3-24AT
  2. 2. The following document is a continuation of the Blue Planet Project, and again, is believed to be the personal notes and scientific dairy of a scientist who was contracted by the government over several years to visit all crash sites, interrogate captured Alien Life Forms and analyze all data gathered from that endeavor. He also wrote notes on or about any documents which he came in contact with, which in any way related directly or indirectly to the organization, structure or operation for the collection of such data. This individual was discovered to have kept and maintained such personal notes and therefore was scheduled for termination. He narrowly escaped termination by the government and is currently in hiding out of this country. We believe his involvement in these investigations span over a thirty-three (33) year period. He was soon discovered and immediately went into hiding in 1990. We modified his personal notes only so slightly, and only when necessary to make them flow together and read correctly. When you read this document, it may disturb you. The real facts have a tendency to do exactly that, but this information needs to get to the general public. I caution you to use your best judgement when allowing a minor child to read this document. At this time, to the best of the data we have available, there are at least one hundred and sixty (160) species or races of Aliens from different galaxies, stars and planet we have encountered. You will find as much data (as we have available thru 1990) on each race in the following pages, as each race is discussed. There are still more Aliens we haven't encountered yet, but we feel it won't be long before we do... There will be more to come later ...... '/
  3. 3. TABLE OF CONTENTS ALIEN PHARMACOLOGY FOR HUMANS • lterated Adrenalin A • Alterated Coradrenalin Cordrazine • • Cortropinex • Formazinye • Hyronalinx • Masiform DX • Melanexy • Pituitary Hormone • Ryetalyn (Vrietalyn) • Sterilex • Stokalinex 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 ALIEN PSYCHIC ABILITY • Psionics • Aura • Cosmic Rays • Tewric Energy • Psychokinesis • Plasma Reorganization 15 15 15 16 16 16 16 ALIEN CRAFT ENGINES • The Impulse Propulsion Engine • The Speed Gear Propulsion Engine 18 18 18 ALIEN SERVANTS FOR THE GREYS • Servents from Rigelian • Servents from Z-Reticulae 1 • Servents from Z-Reticulae 2 20 20 23 25 MK-ULTRA PROJECT • The Controllers Affair • Remote Hypnosis 26 27 28 (ii)
  4. 4. NORDIC PHYSIOLOGY • The Nordic Body • Nordic Internal Organs ALIEN LANGUAGE • Examples of Alien Writing • Nordic and Pleiadian • Vegan Ancient and Syrius • Syrius • K'Thai and Orion • Antarian The Grey Universal • The Universal Communication Symbol • VEGAN LANGUAGE • • • Understanding their written language • Orthography • Tenses • Accentuation • Punctuation • Sentence Structure Capitialization • Understanding their numbers Understanding their Time Measurement 29 29 31 33 33 33 33 33 33 34 34 34 35 35 35 36 37 37 38 38 39 40 THE REVISED PERIODIC TABLE 41 THE GREY REPRODUCTION SYSTEM UPDATE 46 THE GOVERNMENTS PHILOSOPHY ON ALIENS 48 48 48 48 48 49 49 50 51 • • • Are the Aliens Hostile or Not ! • Non-Hostility Situation Misperceived Intentions • • An Analysis is Needed • Protective Measures ? • Possible Benevolence Polarization Tendency Long-term Survival A ROSWELL CRASH UPDATE 52 NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY (NSA) - SECURITY CODES 55
  5. 5. ALIEN PHARMACOLOGY FOR HUMANS Medications, (drugs) are an essential part of human and/or humanoid patient care. Safe and proper administration of drugs requires sound and current knowledge of their action, side effects, toxicity, onset, and range of dosage. It must be remembered that drugs have the power to help or harm, and the required knowledge of pharmacology involves integrating a careful understanding of many different disciplines, including anatomy, physiology, pathology, microbiology, organic and inorganic chemistry, sociology and psychology. Every drug should have a specific use as well as a general classification. Some of the more common classifications or categories of medications are as follows: Autonomic Nervous System Drugs - work on the autonomic nervous system, which regulates many physiologic tasks necessary for the preservation of homeostasis, a constant internal environment, such as digestion. Cardiovascular System Drugs - are usually used to treat disturbances in cell metabolism and in the circulatory system, i.e. veins, arteries, capillaries, and the heart muscle. Central Nervous System Drugs - can act either to increase or to decrease activity of nerve centers and conducting pathways. Psychotropic Drugs - are usually used in psychiatric treatment and therapy. Anesthetic Agents - are central nervous system depressants that posses these characteristics: • They have an affinity for nervous tissue • Their action is reversible, with cells returning to normal upon elimination of the drug. Antimicrobial Agents - are drugs which destroy or inhibit bacteria or other harmful microorganisms.