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WATCH: ‘Directed Energy’ Weapons In The Antarctic? Raytheon Whistleblower Comes Forward

The testimony of Eric Hecker can only be summed up in one word—unbelievable.

I am not saying his claims are false or that he is lying—merely that what he is alleging truly boggles the mind, though I believe he is telling the truth about what he saw.

Hecker claims to have been a firefighter for Raytheon at a facility in the Antarctic, as a firefighter he had complete access to every single room within the facility.

While he was under contract he claims to have witnessed a high-energy green laser blast into space. Hecker says that this facility is used as a sort of air-traffic control for UFOs.

He also alleges that this communication station doubles as a directed energy weapon that can trigger earthquakes.

I believe Hecker is telling the truth because this man testified before Congress regarding what he saw.

Eric Hecker presented his whistleblower testimony at Dr. Steven Greer’s UFO symposium earlier this year. If the video does not immediately start with his testimony, it begins at the 2:00:40 mark.

Hecker likewise spoke to retired Navy SEAL Shawn Ryan on an episode of the Shawn Ryan Show and provided more details on the Antarctic base.

According to Indy 100:

Hecker went further by talking about “digital optical modules” buried a mile beneath the surface under the ice.

He claims they were buried in order to detect neutrino interactions while being deep enough not to interfere with radiation readings.

Acclaimed independent journalist Clayton Morris sat down with Hecker and dissected his claims on the Redacted with Clayton Morris YouTube show.

Dr. Anna Neufeld highlights this specific portion of Hecker’s story: “Directed Energy Weapon System is something
that people need to get in their vocabulary FAST.”

Daily Star reports:

Hecker says he had been told these bizarre secrets because he was trained to put out fires.

“When I arrived to the facility as a tradesman and firefighter I was read into how everything worked because I needed for the safety of my crew to be able to battle fires and and engage things appropriately,” he explained.


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