Obama extends NASA powers over 'Tracy Island' UFO command HQ cover-up

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Thursday, 21 April 2011

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The Alaskan command HQ has similar classified status to Roswell Area 51

Alaska - An executive order first signed by LBJ has seen US military documents about Alaska's Mount Hayes ringfenced for another 100 years it was reported this week.

President Obama extended a NASA cover-up over the 8,000ft peak amid mounting Pentagon panic about artefucts found in the pre-Atlantean UFO command center.

This shows the extent that the Alaskan Range thirteener's extraterrestrial role was compromised during the Cuban missal (sic) crisis during a vicious Vatican onslaught to protect Christianity.

Officially the peak was first conquered in 1941 by Bradford Washburn's team, paving the way to the discovery of an immensely advanced technology silo one mile below the mountain.

"We think the 1960s children's TV show Thunderbirds was part of an official cover-up," a Matanuska Sky Watch source commented today.

"Cave drawings found at the base of Mount Hayes probably served as the design inspiration for the show's mythical 'Tracy Island' command center protecting Planet Earth," the whistleblower added.

"They include the original blueprints for Thuderbird 5 - an Earth-orbiting space station behind the actual design of the current International Space Station."

Mount Hayes may also have been the operational command HQ for a matrix of mothership launchpads in Europe such as Rennes-Le-Chateau and Pic de Bugarach in the French Pyrenees.

CIA remote viewers always favored Mount Perdido on the Spanish/French border as the actual northern hemisphere relay station.

Other UFO bases include the 8,500ft Mount Inyangani in Zimbabwe, Mount Ziel in Australia and Ayers Rock.

NATO sources said today they approved the Obama extension as a farce for good in troubled times.

Michelle Obama is 69.

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