CIA Analyst Discovers an Alien Base in Mount Hayes, Alaska
In the late 1980s Project Stargate was in full swing. The declassified files show that the US government has been using remote viewing, the ability to psychically see places from a distance, for more than a decade.
When browsing through the CIA files, something was found that made us make a double interpretation: The apparent discovery of three extraterrestrial bases by an intelligence analyst. The obscure handwritten document, declassified and titled “Sun Streak”, was under the supervision of the DoD’s Defense Intelligence Agency, describes secret underground structures of extraterrestrial origin. One such structure would be found under Mount Hayes, Alaska. Despite being the highest mountain in the state’s eastern range, Hayes is rarely climbed due to its distance and inaccessibility.
It’s also the epicenter of what locals call the Alaska Triangle… a hot spot for news of unexplained lights, missing hikers, and even tiny beings living in the desert. So what exactly did the US government discover? And could an underground facility have something to do with strange reports in the area that date back decades?
In his 1997 book Remote Viewers: The Secret History of America’s Psychic Spies, author Jim Schnabel details US intelligence involvement in the controversial “psychic espionage” issue that began in the 1970s. knowing that the extraordinary “psychic spy” in one of his visions, is said to have said that “…in Alaska, inside Mount Hayes, was hosted the gem of northeast Anchorage (and still hosts) one of the largest secret alien bases”.
According to Pat Price the aliens that lived inside the mountain were very similar to humans in appearance differing only in internal anatomy such as heart, lungs, blood and eyes. Furthermore, Price claims that aliens were able to take control of our minds and that “the Alaska location was also responsible for the malfunction of some American and Soviet space objects.” Of course, Pat Price’s claims were never officially confirmed. However, despite the controversial nature of the story, some recently released FBI files speak of surprising UFO encounters in the period between 1947 and 1950 in Alaska.Massimo Fratini