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Richard Dolan & Bryce Zabel. (2010). A.D. After Disclosure: The People’s Guide to Life After Contact. Keyhole Publishing.
In the 1950s, retired Marine Corps Major Donald Keyhoe called the secret-keepers the “Silence Group.” If certain documents leaked in the 1980s are to be believed, the group had the name of Majestic-12 or MJ-12. These days there is no direct evidence that name is still in use. “The Breakaway Group” is our name for them. We believe they are still at work today, having become a quasi-private, quasi-public group. To a large extent, these people have their own rules, their own secrecy protocols, their own technology. As the following pages will suggest, they have probably developed their own society, separate from the one that spawned it, yet still interacting with it. The existence of the “Breakaway Group” is nearly as important a secret as that of the non-human intelligences themselves.
Worlds Within Worlds
By now, the classified world has moved far beyond the reach of the public world, and far beyond in its power and capabilities. This has great implications for UFO secrecy.
The existence of the “Breakaway Group” is nearly as important a secret as that of the non-human intelligences themselves.
Consider the story of a former NSA scientist who spoke with the authors. According to this individual, the NSA was operating computers during the mid-1960s with a processing clock speed of roughly 650 megahertz (MHZ). To put that in perspective, it took 35 years for personal computers in the consumer market to reach that speed. Indeed, in 1965 there were no personal computers at all. Immediately, the near-fatal Apollo 13 mission in 1971 comes to mind, with its reliance on slide-rulers by mission specialists to guide the damaged NASA spacecraft back to Earth.
When presented with this image, the NSA scientist shrugged and stated that secret computational capabilities were too important to share with NASA. So, in computing, the National Security Agency was an amazing 35 years ahead of the rest of the world. This leads one to wonder not only what its computational capabilities are today, but what might be the capabilities of an organization charged with managing the UFO secret (in which the NSA is almost certainly involved). With a head start in studying exotic properties from materials obtained, say, at Roswell in 1947, is it not likely that some scientist would have a Eureka! moment at some point? Perhaps he might not be able to duplicate all the features of the object under study, but could important improvements be developed toward such things as better integrated circuits, high tensile fibers, laser technology, and fiber optics?
But what if some of the innovations derived from such exotic technologies were so advanced, so radical, that their very existence was deemed to be too sensitive to share with the rest of the world?
Naturally, such claims have been made—and denied—for years. But there is a logic to them. Here is where it becomes interesting. For sure, there would be a great profit motive at work. One would assume that there would be spin-off products introduced at great commercial value as a useful money-making venture. Ideal ground-floor business opportunities.
But what if some of the innovations derived from such exotic technologies were so advanced, so radical, that their very existence was deemed to be too sensitive to share with the rest of the world? What if, for instance, a true breakthrough was made with propulsion technology, and the black-world scientists produced some form of field propulsion—in other words, anti-gravity? Or biotech breakthroughs such as super-longevity? Such developments would transform the world (which we will return to).
The F-117A was so radically advanced that keeping it secret was more important than using it for this military mission.
If the clandestine world did invent a “flying saucer” of sorts, as an example, something that operated on principles of gravity-negation, why would the U.S. military refrain from using it during warfare? Surely, such a technology would be of immense value in fighting the wars that have severely strained the U.S. economy, to say nothing of the immense damage caused to Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, and elsewhere during the past decade as a result of military actions. Would it not be logical, sane, and even humane to employ such technology to end warfare in a region that is being destroyed by it?
Cynics would state that the prospect of never-ending warfare is desirable to certain groups that influence U.S. policy. True, but there is another reason to consider. Within the history of U.S. military technology, we have examples of the military withholding the use of its best weapons because their existence was classified.
One of the better-known examples of this was the U.S. air strike against Libya in 1986. The raid employed F-111 fighter aircraft. Left out of the mission, however, was the F-117A Nighthawk, better known as the stealth fighter. It had been operational since 1983, but was still classified in 1986. In a form of logic both perverse and rational, the F-117A was so radically advanced that keeping it secret was more important than using it for this military mission. As it turned out, the strike on Libya failed to achieve its main objective, which was the elimination of Libyan leader, Muammar al-Gaddafi. The stealth fighter was reserved for a more important military engagement, which turned out to be the U.S. invasion of Panama in late 1989.
By applying this logic to the world of reverse-engineered UFO technology, one might see how something even more exotic than the stealth fighter would be reserved for missions considered more important than mere geopolitical struggles. If, as may very well be the case, some form of flying saucer was “made in the U.S.A.,” what possible missions would it have?
The answer is obvious: to deal with the beings responsible for the UFO phenomenon in the first place.
And so, the years turned into decades, the world entered the 21st century, the U.S. military structure became dominated by private contractors, and the world became a global village.
Meanwhile, the secret-keepers of the UFO mystery became more fully international, and also became private to a large degree.
Given the mixture of a treasure chest of government money, private connections, and an extraterrestrial secret, the likelihood exists that six decades later there is a clandestine group that possesses:
Technology that is vastly superior to that of the “mainstream” world. The ability to explore areas of our world and surroundings presently unavailable to the rest of us. Possible interactions or encounters with the Others who are here in our reality. Scientific and cosmological understandings that give them greater insights into the nature of our world. A significant “built-off-the-grid” infrastructure, partially underground, that affords them a high degree of secrecy and independence of action.
Technology that is vastly superior to that of the “mainstream” world.
The ability to explore areas of our world and surroundings presently unavailable to the rest of us.
Possible interactions or encounters with the Others who are here in our reality.
Scientific and cosmological understandings that give them greater insights into the nature of our world.
A significant “built-off-the-grid” infrastructure, partially underground, that affords them a high degree of secrecy and independence of action.
This might well qualify them as a separate civilization—one that has broken away from our own, in effect, a breakaway civilization. Still interacting with our own, its members probably move back and forth between the official reality of what we are supposed to believe, and the other reality which encompasses new truths and challenges.
When Disclosure finally comes in the future, it will reveal the existence of a group that has pulled the strings on the UFO secret for years. It probably has a name, one that we are unaware of now, that will be exposed and become infamous. In this book, we refer to the leadership council and those men and women who answer to it as the Breakaway Group.
These have been the quiet leaks from the classified world which have reached both of the authors for years, and which have reached many other researchers of this topic. With the Breakaway Group in mind, one might be tempted to dismiss our formal government as mere window dressing. That would be a mistake.
The Breakaway Group is able to exist in part because it draws from established, powerful institutions of government, finance, and military authority. Nationalistic governments exist, and they are powerful, even if they are infiltrated and co-opted by the Breakaway Group and individuals who serve it. In fact, most of the people who work in these existing institutions have no knowledge of their own manipulation.
The point is that, despite their co-option, the world’s institutions still have a life of their own. In an A.D. world, they will still be engaged in the debate, held accountable for actions taken by their members, and will still be reactive to their constituencies—sometimes with and sometimes without the direction of the Breakaway Group. Let us hope that those people in the Breakaway Group who are dealing with the presence of the Others are doing so in a way that is responsible to humanity as a whole. For now, we have no way of knowing whether this is so, and no way of holding them accountable to the people.
Disclosure presents the opportunity for structural change in how the world does its business. The Breakaway Group fears the public blowback and loss of power from such an act of honesty, however, so they will maintain the secret as long as possible. They will do this because once their existence is intuited, then acknowledged, and then scrutinize, their long-standing role as puppet masters may be coming to an end.