DATELINE: Round & Round We Go!
In the thirteenth fake cycle season, Ancient Aliens seems to have come full circle. Have we not already seen an episode on Area 52? Have we actually seen many episodes about the secret installation?
Oh, wait, you are one step ahead of us. Area 52 is ahead of the game. Area 51 is so passe, apparently, as if it really was anything but a show horse to throw us off.
We were confused by that 1947 Roswell newspaper headline that seems to appear somewhere in every episode of the series. It’s like a Hitchcock cameo from one of his movies.
Ancient Aliens has moved on to underground bunkers and high-speed rail stations that will carry you anywhere fast. You can’t get a monthly pass, and no one ever sees the train. There are deep underground tubes on Long Island to Montauk Point, and from Roswell to Area 51 in Nevada.
These rails beneath the surface of America are more advanced than the newest rapid transit tubes. You can now de-centralize the alien secrets. Smaller bits of the spaceship are back engineered, and they are sent where no man or journalist can go, nor can the rest of us.
Government agencies are no longer viable. To keep the snooping public out of it, private companies are now in charge of research and development. This undercuts Freedom of Information seekers—and producers of the cottage industry of secret alien hideaways on TV shows.
Apparently the government is also back-engineering an Egyptian pharaoh’s time travel chair.
The show’s episodes for this summer will continue later after a hiatus, but they stressed the government research into telekinesis, mind control, and other devices are the keys to unlocking the universe. Stay tuned for ESP reports on the next go-round.