Saturday, October 15, 2011


Intelligence Report: Russian Cosmospheres in the 1980s

This is part of Dr. Peter David Beter Audio letter No. 64 (of 27 April 1981!). Up to now, we don't have this information available to the public.

Topic #2--A month before the shuttle "Columbia" blasted off from
Cape Canaveral, the two astronauts who were to ride in it held a
news conference in Houston. The day was March 9, 1981.
Astronaut Robert Crippen caught the attention of the reporters
when he said:

"I think the odds, with the way we've designed the mission
right now, are that we will probably come home early."

Then he added, quote:

"As far as John and I are concerned, if we get up and get down,
it's a success."

Those words of astronaut Crippen about a short mission were more
accurate than most people realized.

The real mission plan, which I had already made public in
AUDIO LETTER No. 62, was for a short mission. The astronauts
were supposed to get into orbit and deploy the military satellite
from the Columbia's cargo bay very quickly, then they were to
return to Earth--not aboard the Shuttle but in a special re-entry
capsule. Two days later they were supposed to land the disguised
shuttle "Enterprise" at Edwards Air Force Base as the final act
in the falsified drama staged for our benefit.

In AUDIO LETTER No. 62 I described the military purpose of the
mission in detail. For the first time in three years the
Pentagon was hoping to get a Spy Satellite into orbit that could
not be shot down immediately by Russia. I also outlined
important features of the flight plan which had been conceived
for the Columbia. Now I want to give you more details about that
and tell you how it turned out because, my friends, the
Bolsheviks here in the Government are now planning to try it
again with a second shuttle flight presently scheduled for the
fall of this year 1981.

Knowing what happened this time, I believe you will be far
better prepared to see through it all next time. If you can
think back to American space launches of the past, you may have
noticed something very unusual about the launch of the Columbia.
In the past, manned space launches from Cape Canaveral have
always been made toward the southeast, toward the equator, but
not this time. The Columbia was launched to the northeast, away
from the equator. The reason for this, my friends, was the
secret space reconnaissance mission of the Columbia.

In its public news releases, NASA told everyone that Columbia
was launched into a 44-degree orbit--that is, it would never go
further north or south than 44 degrees above and below the
equator. But the actual orbit chosen for the Columbia was a
69-degree orbit. A 69-degree orbit was chosen because it would
take the Columbia, and the Spy Satellite inside it, all the way
north to the Arctic Circle and beyond. That is the kind of orbit
that is necessary if a spy satellite is to fly reconnaissance
over Russia.

The northeast launch of the Columbia was done in order to
enable the Spy Satellite to start gathering data over Russia only
minutes after the Columbia reached orbit. These days time is of
the essence in any attempt to spy on Russia. Every American spy
satellite launched at Russia during the past three years has been
blinded or shot down before gathering much data.

The secret flight plan for the Columbia was completely
different from what NASA claimed in public. The plan called for
Columbia to be launched on an initial northeast course in the
general direction of Bermuda, then roughly 2-1/2 minutes after
launch, Columbia was to begin an unorthodox course change--a wide
sweeping turn into the north. This unprecedented curving launch
was intended as an evasive maneuver. Planners of the Columbia
mission believed this would enable Columbia to sneak past any
Russian Cosmospheres that might be waiting overhead. Still
accelerating on its curving course, the Columbia was supposed to
pass about 100 miles east of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina.
Roughly 200 miles east of Washington, D.C., the Shuttle's main
engines were to cut off. After coasting in silence for a few
seconds, the fuel tank was scheduled to cut loose as the Columbia
passed 100 miles east of New Jersey. For the next two minutes
the Shuttle and its fuel tank were to be coasting onward past the
east tip of Long Island, over Boston, and onward toward Maine.
During that time the Shuttle was supposed to maneuver away from
the fuel tank, using small maneuvering jets. Finally, just as
the Columbia passed over New Brunswick, Canada, the flight plan
called for the orbital maneuvering engines to be fired.
Somewhere over the Labrador Sea, flying upside-down, the Columbia
was scheduled to reach earth orbit. As soon as it did so, the
flight plan called for astronauts Young and Crippen to go to work
fast. In less than 10 minutes time they were supposed to open up
the cargo bay doors and turn on the sensors of the Spy Satellite
resting inside. As they did these things, the Columbia was to be
racing over the south tip of Greenland, out over the middle of
the Denmark Strait between Greenland and Iceland, above the
Arctic Circle, and then dipping back southward toward northern
Norway, Finland, and Russia. According to the flight plan, the
Columbia was scheduled to cross the Russian border just south of
the strategic Kola Peninsula. The time: a mere 22 minutes, 42
seconds, after lift-off from Cape Canaveral. At that moment
initial reconnaissance over Russia was to be under way. The Spy
Satellite inside the cargo bay, even though not yet deployed,
would have had a perfect view downward through the open doors of
the upside-down Shuttle.

The Columbia was intended to fly over a course across Russia
that began just west of the strategic White Sea in extreme
northwestern Russia. From there the planned course of the
Columbia was to take it southeastward over some 2500 miles of
strategic Russian territory. During the first minute alone, the
Satellite was expected to see parts of the highly sensitive Kola
Peninsula, the White Sea, including the super secret submarine
yards at Archangel and the Plesetsk Cosmodrome. The Shuttle was
also to pass near Kazan, one of the bases of Russia's flying ABM
system. This system, as I revealed a year ago in AUDIO LETTER
No. 54, uses charged particle beams carried by supersonic TU-144

Toward the end of the first pass over Russia the Spy Satellite
was expected to gather data on two more of Russia's four
Cosmodromes--those of Baikonur and Tyura-Tam. In between,
numerous other war targets were also to come under scrutiny. The
Spy Satellite in the Columbia's cargo bay was expected to see all
that during its very first pass over Russian territory. It would
all take only 8-1/2 minutes! Then the Columbia would have
crossed the border with Afghanistan, heading toward India.
Barely 10 minutes later, the Spy Satellite was to be radioing its
data down to the American receivers at Diego Garcia in the Indian

That was the plan, my friends. The Bolshevik military
planners here were confident that their Spy Satellite would get
at least this planned first look at Russia. They were sure that
Columbia's curving launch and the short time involved would
prevent Russia from thwarting the mission. Columbia took off
from Cape Canaveral at 7:00 A.M. Eastern Time, that Sunday
morning. By 7:23 Columbia was expected to be over Russia
already. By 7:31 Columbia was expected to be leaving Russian
skies, and by 7:45 that Sunday morning the military planners
expected to have their first reconnaissance data from Russia.

The plan sounded plausible, my friends, but the Bolsheviks
here are falling victim to the very Intelligence gap which they
themselves created in America years ago. Russian Intelligence
agents were able to learn the general outlines of the Columbia
mission plan some six months ago. Fully one month before the
public roll-out of the Columbia at Cape Canaveral last November,
the Russian Space Command was studying the problem. There was no
question about one thing: The Columbia's mission could not be
allowed to succeed. Given even a shred of up-to-date
reconnaissance data, the Bolsheviks in America are determined to
set off nuclear war. Even so, there was a question about the
best way to spoil the Shuttle mission. Several possibilities
were considered, including sabotage or simply blasting the
Columbia out of the sky. All were rejected because they shared
one weakness. Each alternative would halt one shuttle mission,
but it would not stop the Shuttle Program as a whole, and
Russia's goal is to completely shut down the Space Shuttle

At last they hit upon the solution. What was needed was a
Space Age version of the famous U-2 incident of two decades ago.
In the waning days of the Eisenhower Administration, Russia had
publicly accused the United States of invading its air space with
spy flights. That was before the era of Spy Satellites, and
invading other countries' air space was a serious charge in the
eyes of the world. American spokesmen tried to defuse the
growing furor while carefully avoiding a definitive denial of the
charges; but the Russians kept it up. Finally President
Eisenhower became so exasperated that he flatly denied, in
public, that America was flying spy planes over Russia. That was
exactly what the Russians were waiting for. The Russians
promptly did what American Intelligence specialists thought they
could not do--they shot down a high-flying U-2 on a flight over
Russia. The name of the CIA pilot, the late Francis Gary Powers,
filled the headlines world-wide overnight. The Russians had made
a liar of the President of the United States! A summit had been
scheduled between President Eisenhower and Nikita Khrushchev, but
the Russians icily called it off.

The Russian Space Command proposed to the Kremlin that the
shuttle Columbia be made the focus of a similar incident. All
that was necessary was that the Columbia be made to crash land in
Russia reasonably intact. Having protested continuously about
the military nature of the Shuttle Program, Russia would be able
to stun the world by proving it. They would put the crashed
Shuttle on public display together with its nuclear-powered,
laser-firing Spy Satellite. The Kremlin liked the plan, and
agreed to it. To further emphasize the parallels with the 1960
U-2 incident, Russia has recently proposed a summit with the
United States. The plan was to withdraw the summit proposal in
protest after shooting down the Columbia.

The Russian Space Command went to work several months ago to
get ready. They were faced with a tall order to bring down the
Columbia on Russian territory without totally destroying it. As
recently as a year ago it would have been an impossible task, but
now Russia has a new space tool to do the job. It is a third
version of the Russian levitating weapons platform, the
Cosmosphere. They are called "Super Heavies" by the Russian
Space Command.

The Russian Super Heavy Cosmospheres are still considered
experimental. Even so, the Russians have already built seven of
them. They are mammoth machines, the largest flying machines
ever built. In terms of volume, they are even bigger than the
biggest zeppelins of the 1930's. They can carry a pay load of
more than 50 tons, far more than our own space shuttle; and they
are equipped with powerful electromagnetic propulsion which can
take the Cosmosphere all the way to orbital speed. In short, my
friends, the jumbo Cosmosphere is Russia's space shuttle. It is
still experimental, but it is operating already.

In order to carry out their attack on the space shuttle
Columbia, Russia's entire fleet of seven jumbo Cosmospheres were
made ready. Five were outfitted with special grappling equipment
to enable them to seize a very large object in space. The other
two were outfitted with neutron particle beam weapons. These
weapons are the same type as were used in the "Battle of the
Harvest Moon" in September 1977.

At 7:00 A.M. Sunday morning, April 12, the rocket engines of
the space shuttle Columbia roared to life. Moments later the
giant solid boosters were fired, and the Columbia took off fast.
As it climbed, it rolled around and started leaning into its
flight path toward space. As we watched on our television sets,
it rapidly dwindled off into the northeast. We watched as the
solid boosters separated and peeled away to each side. Moments
later the Columbia vanished from the screen.

The television scene shifted to the alleged Mission Control in
Houston. It was the old familiar scene with rows of Mission
Controllers intent on their consoles. Up in front the NASA
computer-controlled map started tracing the alleged course of the
Columbia. According to the map, Columbia was heading out over
the Atlantic toward Bermuda; but at that moment, free of the
solid boosters, Columbia was already starting its long sweeping
curve to the north. One-hundred-fifty miles east of Charleston,
South Carolina, Russia's fleet of 7 jumbo Cosmospheres were
hovering high over the ocean. As the space shuttle approached on
its elaborate curving path, the Cosmospheres started speeding up
to intercept it. The Shuttle was already flying upside-down with
the huge fuel tank on top. The two Cosmospheres armed with
neutron beams closed in on the Columbia from below and slightly
behind, where they could not be seen by Young and Crippen. The
other five jumbo Cosmospheres with their grappling equipment flew
in formation above and well behind the fuel tank to be out of the
line of fire. The Cosmospheres paced the Shuttle until it
reached a predetermined altitude and speed.

Then the armed Cosmospheres opened up with their neutron
beams. Firing at point-blank range, each Cosmosphere fired just
two bursts from its beam weapon. The first salvo flooded the
cockpit area and an area near the engines in the rear. Young and
Crippen died instantly, the neutron radiation having totally
disrupted all activity of their nervous systems, brains, eyes,
and hearts. At the same time the Shuttle's engines shut down. A
fraction of a second later, the second salvo flooded neutron
radiation into the nose and an area beneath the cargo bay. These
shots were calculated to derange and shut down the Columbia's
flight computers--that is, all the computers except one. The
Russians wanted the backup computer to take over and do its
job--that is, make an emergency automatic re-entry and crash
landing in Russia. They anticipated that it would do so because
the backup computer is heavily shielded against radiation. The
shielding is a material more efficient than lead. It is gold!
The Russians expected that the "Gold Computer", as it is known in
certain circles, would take over after the engines shut down.
Sure enough, within 10 seconds after the engines shut down, the
fuel tank, still a third full, was automatically cast loose. The
Gold Computer was now flying the Shuttle. The five jumbo
Cosmospheres with grappling equipment fastened onto the fuel
tank. Then, using their powerful electromagnetic propulsion,
they veered away with the tank. From its northeasterly course,
the tank was swerved around over the North Atlantic in a great
arc until it was heading southeast instead. The Cosmospheres
then accelerated to orbital speed and cast the fuel tank loose.

Three years ago the first Cosmospheres had sent a message by
way of enormous air booms along America's East Coast. Now
Russia's newest Cosmospheres were using the Shuttle fuel tank to
send a chilling new message to America's Bolshevik war planners.

Meanwhile the armed Cosmospheres followed the Columbia itself.
Having had its engines shut down prematurely, the Columbia was
well below orbital speed. Instead it was following a ballistic
path, just like an ICBM, into the heart of Russia. It looked as
though the Russian plan was going to work, but then the
unexpected happened!

One of Columbia's deranged computers apparently started
working again. The brief shut-down had thrown it out of
synchronization with the Gold Computer, so the two computers
apparently did not communicate with one another. As the Columbia
passed over the border of Russia, it was flying right-side-up
instead of upside-down under control of the Gold Computer. But
the other computer opened up the cargo bay doors right on
schedule. As the Shuttle began to re-enter over Russia, hot air
flooded the cargo bay. Heat sensors in the Spy Satellite
detected the heat build-up, which was programmed into the
Satellite's computer as a sign of "attack damage." Finally, the
temperature built up to a critical point, activating a
self-destruct circuit in the Satellite. The Spy Satellite
exploded, blowing the Columbia apart.

The Russians had hoped for a crash landing in recognizable
form. Instead, the Columbia ended up in wreckage strewn along a
line some 85 miles long in central Russia southeast of the City
of Kazan. As it turned out, neither the Bolsheviks here nor the
Russians got what they wanted. The Bolsheviks did not get their
reconnaissance data, and the Russians did not get a recognizable
space shuttle to show the world. That leaves the stage set for
another "try" by both sides later this year.

Topic #3--Sunday, April 12, 1981, was the 20th anniversary of the
first manned flight into space. It was the anniversary of the
first orbital flight by a Russian cosmonaut, Yuri Gagarin. It
was also a day of total disarray among the Bolshevik masters of
America's Space Shuttle Program.

Less than eight minutes after launch that Sunday morning they
knew something had happened to the Columbia. You and I were
still hearing the sound effects of a seemingly successful flight,
courtesy of the NASA tape recording from Houston. But the
military controllers at White Sands, who were following the real
flight, were hearing nothing at all. Columbia had suddenly gone
totally silent.

At 7:45 A.M. the news got worse. Columbia had failed to
arrive over the Indian Ocean on schedule.

Before the morning was out, there was still more bad news.
NORAD was tracking the fuel tank of the Shuttle. It was not
supposed to be in orbit at all--but there it was, in an orbit
that looked impossible.

That evening, Sunday April 12, the Shuttle's fuel tank
re-entered over the Gulf of Mexico just south of Louisiana. The
tank had ruptured but there was still a sizeable amount of liquid
hydrogen and oxygen inside. When the tank re-entered it heated
up and set off an enormous explosion, creating a giant cloud at
the fringes of space. Gold plating, which is used extensively in
the shuttle fuel tank because of its heat transfer properties,
was vaporized and scattered through the cloud. The result was
the same as when gold is added in tiny quantities to stained
window glass--a brilliant pinkish-red color. The giant pink
cloud, with chunks of the ruined fuel tank flashing in the sun,
created headlines as it passed to the northeast over Louisiana
and Mississippi. Meanwhile, Government spokesmen tried to
pooh-pooh it all as, quote "a natural phenomenon."

The Bolsheviks here still are not quite sure what happened to
the Columbia, but they do know that as far as Space is concerned,
the Shuttle Program is their only hope. They have three more
orbital shuttles hidden away at White Sands, and they intend to
launch them all no matter what the odds may be, so the NASA
cover-up of the Columbia disaster went right on according to

Two years ago I first revealed the existence of man-made
genetic replicas of human beings. I was widely disbelieved and
condemned at the time, just as I knew I would be. But they do
exist, and once again they have been pressed into service before
our eyes.

Tuesday morning, April 14, genetic replicas called
"Synthetics" of the late astronauts John Young and Robert Crippen
were readied at White Sands. They were programmed to take a
computerized ride on the training shuttle "Enterprise." The
Young and Crippen entities boarded the Enterprise, which was
mounted on top of the launch 747. After rocket fuel was loaded
for the shuttle, the 747 took off and headed west, avoiding
commercial air traffic. The launch 747 headed out over the
Pacific until it was several hundred miles west of Los Angeles.
Then it turned back toward the east toward the California coast.
On television we were told that the non-existent Columbia was
re-entering from orbit. Meanwhile the "Enterprise", re-labeled
"Columbia", cut loose from the 747 and fired its rockets. It
sped up to a speed of nearly 6,000 miles per hour, then we
watched it as it made that dramatic race in from the sea to a
precise computer landing at Edwards Air Force Base. It was all
timed to agree as closely as possible with the official NASA

Even so, a technical mistake was made that morning and as a
result we were told that the Shuttle would land six minutes
early. My friends, in space flight, six minutes might as well be
a year. Six minutes in orbit corresponds to nearly a 2,000 mile
error in the location of the Shuttle, but on TV nobody bothered
to question it. They all just smiled and said, "Isn't it a
lovely day to watch the Shuttle."

After the dramatic Shuttle landing, former astronaut Gene
Cernan expressed surprise on ABC television. He said the Shuttle
simply did not look scorched enough for a ship that had
re-entered from orbit. Likewise, when the synthetics called
Young and Crippen emerged, they did not act like men who had been
weightless for two days. Instead they bounded down the access
steps and pranced around with restless energy, but no one
questioned it. After all, we had seen the Shuttle landing for
ourselves; and as that old saying goes, "Seeing is believing."

Now it's time for my Last Minute Summary.

My friends, the score in America's Space Shuttle Program is
now "One down and three to go." Three more shuttles like the
Columbia are waiting their turn in the desert at White Sands.
Each will have the name "Columbia" painted on its side. The real
Columbia is now dead, along with its crew; but thanks to these
mechanical clones, the Columbia will live again in the public

I have given you as many details as time will allow about the
Columbia disaster and its cover-up by NASA. The point of it all
is not whether Russia is ahead or America is ahead in the Space
race. The point is that we are being deceived. We are being
given a false sense of security and a false sense of confidence.
We are being led like sheep to slaughter into nuclear war and
Bolshevik dictatorship.

If we choose to believe their lies, then they will succeed,
they will destroy our way of life, and enslave the few of us who
survive their war. OR, we can learn to do as our Lord Jesus
Christ taught us to do long ago. We can learn to look for the
truth, cherish the truth, and believe the Truth. If we do that,
my friends, then we will always be free.

Until next month, God willing, this is Dr. Beter. Thank you,
and may God bless each and every one of you.

Source: (All the Audio letters available at this site)

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