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|Application number||US 11/017,093|
|Publication date||Jul 6, 2006|
|Filing date||Dec 20, 2004|
|Priority date||Dec 20, 2004|
|Inventors||John St. Clair|
|Original Assignee||St Clair John Q|
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Ive seen this with my own eyes - it sailed quietly across Kaikoura one evening. We dubbed it Prince Harry's Party Bus - as it was seen at the time his Highness was gracing NZ with his presence.
Who is in our skies? https://www.youtube.com/user/IndustrialSurrealism/videos
This contraption looks awfully familiar. The name Eugeny Podklektnov comes to my mind and the name "Electrogravitic Lifter".
I will hunt it down.
These are small unmanned thingies that I remember and very simple in construction. I'm almost certain I've seen them demo'd on Youtube.
Here ya go: One of many home built triangular "lifters" demonstrated:
pretty comprehensive overview of the whole TR3-A and TR3-B story:
Thanks Martin, ( and Rose for this discussion )... fascinating, with excellent diagrams and illustrations.
Personally, even though I've been a sky-watcher since childhood, I don't recall seeing anything this triangular in the sky, but always keeping my eyes peeled for any anomalies!
I remember telling Ian I spotted one of these over our house in Dallington one night with a university educated mate with a masters who couldn't explain what he was seeing then a month later I spotted three off the coast of New Brighton so I called him to go have a look telling him I thought they were experimental aircraft the one world order were in the final stages of development. That went down like a lead balloon with him but to this day he still cant provide an explanation of what we saw. The day we saw the three they were hovering in the air while doing complex manouvers around each other and Ian thought I had smoked to much whacky backy on those occasions intill he started to spot strange unexplainable objects after the Christchurch quakes. Like the stealth technology, we plebs don't get to find out until about 30 years after they develop it.
I thought I'd smoked to much whacky backy on those occasions to Lee.
The best evidence for these triangles comes from the "Belgian wave" of the 1980s and early 90s.
It's interesting to pursue the history of the "TR3-B" mythology. It was initially referred to as the "Northrop F121", until Popular Mechanics Magazine showed a speculative illustration of a clandestine Technical Reconnaisance Aircraft: The TR3-A "Manta" built (allegedly) by Lockheed Martin. UFO researchers immediately pounced on this to speculate that the triangular aircraft being seen hovering around Eauropean skies was an advanced version, the TR3-B.
In actual fact, a triangular aircraft was indeed being developed at that time, the US Navy A12 Avenger, but it was a conventional jet. The fabled hypersonic Aurora, we now know, is the Lockheed Falcon Bomber UAV (which was accurately described by John Lear years before it became public knowledge). Another candidate for the Flying Triangle sightings was ASTRA, which was probably the "real" TR3-A never revealed to the public officially.
The most likely culprit for the silent, hovering, triangles, in my own opinion, is in fact not US technology at all, but British! BAE has had a low-key antigravity research department on the go for quite some time, close to Orford Ness and Porton Downs research facility. The codename is HALO: High Agility Low Observability, and may well be the identity of the triangular vehicle that caused such a fuss at Bentwaters USAFB on British soil when encounterd by US airmen on the ground at Rendlesham Forest. What better way to test British Psychotronic Stealth tech than on their unwitting US allies?
If the designation TR3-B is correct, on the other hand, then it's old or obsolete, as the "B" designation in a USAF aircraft denotes it's retirement from active service!
Perhaps that's why Price Harry came to mind when I saw it. I still reckon he was up there having a drive by his new real estate while entertaining his buddies in a flying nightclub. Harry probably picked it up in a Military auction when it became obsolete.
Great Scott! I think you have the answer there Rose