Did the CIA use Alien tech from Area 51 to develop secret weapons?

ZWT Jameson’s groundbreaking book 1 of 26, which has been based on a series of confidential witness testimonies, features a weapon so advanced that it bears all the hallmarks of the work carried out by the CIA and the access they had to technology that could potentially be tied to the secretive base in Nevada.

The writer, who is involved in one movie project currently in development with Warner Bros. Studios, divulges more evidence he used when putting together the book.

Jameson commented:

“The weapon in question was called a DNA gun. This weapon apparently looks similar to any other automatic pistol apart from the rounds it discharges. The weapon was described as short range and targeted its intended victim using rounds encoded with their DNA. Simply put, the DNA gun fires a round with the victim’s name on it”

The witness stated that the implications of such a weapon is clear should anyone have access to a DNA database and the issues that could have for the privacy of organisations that store the data. The witness further alleges that the tech used in the DNA gun points to it being developed at Area 51 in Nevada, claiming that this would be the only facility with access to the kind of tech that could make it possible.

During their discussions the witness was asked whether he thought this could be tech from alien artefacts allegedly stored at Area 51. The witness simply replied: ‘definitely’.

This isn’t the first time a witness has come forward to disclose that Area 51 contains alien artefacts. In 1989 Bob Lazar famously came forward to confirm he was seconded to a team working with an alien spacecraft in the base. He also claimed to have worked with an extraterrestrial being named “J-Rod” and described as a “telepathic translator”

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Dan Burisch (pseudonym of Dan Crain) claimed to have worked on cloning alien viruses at Area 51, also alongside the alien named “J-Rod”. Burisch’s scholarly credentials are the subject of much debate, as he was apparently working as a Las Vegas parole officer in 1989.

It wasn’t until August 2013 that the CIA publicly acknowledged the existence of Area 51 in response to a public records request from George Washington University scholars in Washington, D.C.

Also known as Groom Lake, the site was developed by the intelligence agency in the 1950’s to test fly the high-altitude U-2 reconnaissance plane.

The CIA have long been associated with a secretive approach to developing weapons.

In an article originally published in the Gallery Magazine in 1978 and written by Andrew Stark (using a pseudonym), exploding wine bottles, bullets made of teeth and aspirin explosives were all said to be developed by the agency.

But the DNA gun would represent a huge leap forwards if the agency is proven to be harnessing tech kept hidden from the public in Area 51.

Along with the syringe-like device seen in the video below that was apparently used during the break in at the Pitie Salpetriere Hospital, the origins of these two devices are difficult to verify as neither have ever been recovered and tested independently.

ZWT Jameson commented:

“Whilst the claims made appear fantastical, they had to be taken on face value and the main reason why I always say the book is a science-fiction thriller. Maybe in time further evidence will come forward that will help corroborate these witness testimonies”

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About ZWT Jameson:

ZWT Jameson is a writer whose projects include being part of the creative team behind a movie in development with Warner Bros called ARES which Academy Award winning director Robert Zemeckis has signed up to direct and was written by Geneva Robertson-Dworet (Captain Marvel, Tomb Raider).

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