Colonel Steve Wilson
1933 - 1997
Col. Steve Wilson's statement
Wilson followed the Lieutenant Colonel, and
they eventually wound up two stories down at the super-secret "S-4"
UFO technology area. As they came out on a landing there, Wilson saw eight
different kinds of UFOs! There were intellectual-looking people all over
the area, whom he guessed were scientists. He glanced at Bennett, who cut
off his implied question with a curt "Forget it." The Colonel
and the Major went into a cubicle where there were about twenty officers
and civilians sitting around. Wilson was startled, when a woman came in
who was at least eight feet tall. There was not an ounce of excess fat on
her body, he recalls. She wore a strange-looking jump suit, which had a
"HI" pattern on the right side above the breast line. To this
day Wilson recollects the details of this striking encounter.
"The woman had finely-chiseled
features. Her blonde hair cascaded neatly past her shoulders. Her eyes were
the bluest blue I'd ever seen. Somehow she was different. Little did I know
then, how different! She sat a large crystal on the table, and without warning,
her fingers began to glow as she ran them over this crystal. A 3-D hologram
began to form above it! I looked around the room and everyone's mouth was
hanging open, and suddenly I noticed mine was, too. Little did I realise
that at that moment my life would forever be changed. My past teachings
slipped from me as I stared. My whole concept of life did a 180-degree turn,
as I watched the Hologram, complete with sound, unfold the mysteries of
the past and the present, and of other worlds."
Colonel Wilson related that among the
scenes, which the female extraterrestrial's crystal hologram displayed for
the assembled group, was the history of the Earth and of extraterrestrial
involvement with it.
included fashioning the consciousness of Jesus and sending him to live among
Earthlings to point to a better way to understand life and to live.
woman also showed the officers and scientists scenes from inhabited planets
of other star systems.
Wilson was transformed by this experience.
"When it was over, I knew that, whatever part I was to play in all
of this, my life as I knew it had ended forever."
[Data from Col. Wilson's Form DoD214 discharge
Name: Col: Steve Wilson. U.A.F.R.
Date of Birth 4/5/33
Ser# AO 325727
Length of service U.S.A.F. 40yrs 19 days.
(1) 2 Distinguish flying Medals.
(2) 2 Purple Hearts.
(3) 1 Joint SVS Commendation Medal
(4) 13 Good Conduct Medals.
(5) 1 National Defence Service Medal.
(6) 1 Korean Service Medal
(7) 1 Vietnam Service Medal
(8) 1 Pow Medal
(9) 1 USAF Commendation Medal
(1) University of Oklahoma 1956 to 1960
(2) USAF Academy, Colorado Springs Col.
(3) Advanced Flight Training, Kelly AFB.
(4) High Weapons School, USAF.
(5) High Tech. Advanced Combat Computers,
MIA/POW 12/07/50 to 01/08/51
He would go on to become appointed executive officer
Created in the final days of
December, 1980, Project Pounce is an elite group of Air Force Black Berets
and military scientists who rush to the scene of any UFO crashes, cordon
off the area, retrieve the extraterrestrial spacecraft and any occupants,
then "sanitise" the crash site back to its pre-crash appearance,
and intimidate any outside witnesses into silence.
Eventually rising to the rank of Colonel, and receiving
a Ultra Top Secret, Cosmic Q, level-27 security clearance, Wilson learned
much about the inner workings of the Majestic-12 agency. Wilson's UFO-secrecy
duties included interacting with covert "MIB" enforcement goons
from the Wackenhut private security firm on contract to MJ-12. Wilson came
to despise the "Whack"-enhut killers. The Colonel learned about
secret space warfare operations, conducted by military astronauts trained
at a covert Air Force Special Academy. He found out that these military
astronauts fly U.S.-manufactured antigravity aerospace craft, such as the
two-man Lockheed X-22A disc, out of Vandenberg and Beale Air Force Bases
in California up into space. These military astronauts then interdict UFOs
deemed "unfriendly", and fire Star Wars weapons to disable or
Colonel Wilson even came to know some things about the
top command of MAJI, including the identity of two of its executive board
members, Chairman Henry Kissinger and advisory scientist Edward Teller,
both of whom hold the top-most Level 33 security clearances. He eventually
learned enough about their avarice and hunger for power to sicken him. He
discovered that the MAJI were "so powerful that they acted as though
they were above the President, and the laws of nature and mankind."
To his distress Wilson found out later that they were to be known as the
New World Order.
Finally sickening of the unconstitutional and unethical
the Majestic 12 agency
and of his
involvement in "one of the most dastardly and heinous coverups the
world has ever known", Wilson got out.
At retirement, after 40 years
in the Air Force, Lt. Colonel Wilson was Flight Commander of the First Special
Forces Air Command, Vandenburg Air Force Base.
After musing for 15 years, he decided to risk his life and tell all. The means he used is
the global communication tool of the
Internet. After years of military and intelligence
career-building by playing by the rules, Lt. Colonel in retirement displayed
the highest patriotism of all, whistle-blowing on the corrupt MJ-12 parallel
government. Now stricken with cancer,
Steve Wilson assesses the price of his years in the "Black World"
of the UFO Cover-Up.
"I have no
feelings, truthfully. My association with MAJI has left me dead inside.
I feel myself still cold and calculating".
"I never let anyone
get close to me. I feel like a human robot. I have killed mercilessly and
lied for the good of God and Country, or so I believed at the time."
His final comments cryptically hint at what everyone
will soon know about extraterrestrial visitation, and the profound changes
society will make as a consequence... "The things I have seen are beyond human understanding and totally
unbelievable... I only have a desire to help humanity
somehow through what is bound to come soon."
Col. Steve Wilson sadly passed away in 1997.