Thursday, November 3, 2016

GAIA PORTAL: Softness of Inner Gaia inhabitants transmits to the surface



Softness of Inner Gaia inhabitants transmits to the surface
by ÉirePort

Softness of Inner Gaia inhabitants transmits to the surface.

Hue-beings respond in the moment.

hu-beings collapse the veil.

Fraternities are acknowledged.

Gaia is freed.

ÉirePort | November 3, 2016 at 10:01 | Categories: Uncategorized | URL: http://wp.me/p2sFUY-AB

Sphere Alliance Message #215
Abandoned in space in 1967, a US satellite has started transmitting again




[11/3/16, 12:10:12 AM] Terran: https://m.thevintagenews.com/2016/10/31/abandoned-in-space-in-1967-a-us-satellite-has-started-transmitting-again/  (SEE BELOW)

[11/3/16, 12:11:18 AM] Terran to Denice: Can you inquire of Stan what data they have on the nature of this satellite?

[11/3/16, 12:11:47 AM] Terran: And why it would begin working again?

[11/3/16, 10:58:07 AM] STAN X: DEAR ONE/TERRAN. THE SATELITE IS A MILITARY GRADE RELIC DESIGNED TO BROADCAST SIGNALS TO UNDERGROUND BASES.  THE RESURGENCE OF THE SATELLITE IS NOT AN ANOMALY.  

IT APPEARS TO HAVE BEEN DESIGNED FOR THIS FINAL MOMENT WHEN THE FORMER CONTROLLERS BELIEVED THEY WOULD BE SAFELY HARBORED UNDERGROUND. DATA COLLECTORS. STAN.X. END.


Abandoned in space in 1967, a US satellite has started transmitting again


Oct 31, 2016

An American satellite abandoned in 1967, now assumed to simply be space junk, has started transmitting again after 46 years.

This was one of the satellites designed and built by Lincoln Laboratory at MIT between 1965 and 1976, for testing techniques for satellite communication.

They made the series of satellites easy to recognize by naming them LES1 through to LES9. LES1-LES4 suffered different launch issues. LES1 and LES2 were supposed to be delivered to the same 2800 x 15000 km orbit, but a failure of a boost stage left LES1 in a 2800 km circular orbit.

LES-1

LES3-LES4 were supposed to land in geostationary orbit, but didn’t make it due to a launch problem which left them in transfer orbit. Even though the first four satellites in the series ended up in the wrong orbits, they all produced remarkable results. LES 5, 6, 8, and 9 all ended up where they were supposed to. LES7 never made it anywhere due to the funding drying up and the program being canceled.

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