These are some of the finest examples of believing in the UAP phenomena which has wholly changed an individual’s perspective of seeing things around us. NASA has geared up in studying the hidden technology behind UFOs, creating a team of 16 members including astronaut Scott Kelly. However, there is a history of the US space agency denying and manipulating the UFO discussion. Irrespective of it, Sillicon Valley entrepreneur Joe Firmage left his company worth billions to pursue his passion for aliens.
Joe Firmage, popularly known as the “Fox Mulder of Silicon Valley,” left his position as CEO of the company “USWeb” in January 1999 to advocate for his theory that many of today’s high-tech innovations, such as semiconductors, fiber optics, and lasers, were from extraterrestrials.
His business, which he founded in 1995 out of a flash of inspiration, was valued at $2.5 billion in 1999. Joe Firmage, only 28 at that time, was among the few successful young entrepreneurs. USWeb, a high-profile Internet consulting firm had clients such as Apple Computer, Levi Strauss, and Harley-Davidson. However, Firmage was forced to step down as CEO to take the lesser title of chief strategist because of his campaign to prove the existence of UFOs.
Firmage was born October 26, 1970 in Salt Lake City, Utah, and was raised in a Mormon household. After finishing high school in just two years, a scholarship in physics led him to the University of Utah. Firmage left college in 1989 after his sophomore year to form his first venture: Serius, which began as a Macintosh program for his mother’s greeting card business and quickly grew into a database software company. Within six months Serius closed $7 million in revenue, according to Firmage.
He has a lifelong fascination with subjects like physics, UFOs, and astronomy. As a teenager, he was fascinated by UFO stories, but he came to the conclusion that the flying saucers — or whatever they were — could not possibly travel the vast distances of interstellar space.
“I am convinced that the UFO phenomenon is absolutely legitimate,” Firmage said. “I have sat across the table from people whose credibility is unimpeachable,” people who have described to him in great detail their experiences as alien abductees, he said. Asked to mention names, he replied: “I can’t.” (Source)
According to Firmage, he had a vision one morning in 1997, shortly before USWeb’s initial public offering. A mysterious figure clad in white hovered over his bed, he recalled. The two shared a brief conversation about space-time travel. When asked by the visitor why he should be given the chance to travel in space, Firmage said, “because I’m willing to die for it.”
Firmage said that Silicon Valley was not ready to have people with such thoughts. He claimed there are several Silicon Valley leaders hiding their own belief in extraterrestrials (he declined several times to mention names). Why the need to remain quiet? “Well, look what happened to me.”
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He was willing to risk his career to further publicize his theories, one of which is that many high-tech advancements can be traced to a purported alien spaceship crash in Roswell, N.M., in 1947. Like Mulder, the intrepid, erudite government agent on “The X- Files,” Firmage also believes that the truth is being covered up by the military-industrial complex.
One day, Firmage found a research paper by physicist Bernard Haisch. Haisch advocated the serious scientific study of phenomena outside the traditional scope of science and is known for his interest in the UFO phenomenon as well as a variety of other unorthodox topics.
The Haisch paper discussed something called the “zero-point field.” This is a theoretical field of energy that permeates everything, even the “empty” spaces of the universe. Haisch asserts that what gives a piece of matter its “mass” is an electromagnetic reaction with this zero-point field. The theory is abstruse in the extreme. But if Haisch is right, then mass can, in theory, be modified and engineered. Something as seemingly fundamental as inertia might be subject to cancellation. There are implications for faster-than-light travel and spaceships that require no fuel, all sorts of fabulous notions.
The ramifications of the Haisch paper enthralled Firmage. If humans could modify mass, inertia, and space-time, then so could… the Visitors. After that, Firmage developed an intellectual hyper-link to numerous novel and speculative theories. He searched a lot about UFOs. He asserted that some of the high military leaders in America revealed to him in private conversations that they believe aliens exist. He refuses to identify these leaders though.
Firmage has started to think that aliens get interested in a planet when the most intelligent species on it learns how to control gravity. The humans, such an undeveloped and undeveloped species, started rushing around the galaxy, and the aliens could not possibly sit around doing nothing.
As Firmage continued on his path, his status within his own business became troublesome after he started posting anonymously pieces of his “The Truth” on a website called Project Kairos. He published his many ideas in a 600-page manifesto (The Truth) on his Web site (www.thewordistruth.org). “This is certainly the most important news event in 2,000 years,” he said.
According to Firmage, “The Truth” was that the world is about to change dramatically. He asserted that human beings were about to master the force of gravity. “We will learn to engineer the very fabric of ‘space-time.’ We’ll tap into a massive, hidden energy source. Aspects of nature that everyone has always taken for granted – I like this annoying thing called “inertia” – will enter the realm of human manipulation. We’ll zip around the planet in a flash. We’ll zoom across the entire galaxy – really fast. You could go to Alpha Centauri and be back for dinner,” Firmage said.
In 1998, Firmage founded the International Space Sciences Organization – with $3 million of his own money – which (just like Tom DeLonge’s “To the Stars”) eventually changed its name to the International Academy of Science and Arts. And just like To the Stars, INTERNASA was seeking to develop “breakthrough” anti-gravity technologies – with the help of financial partners – with the potential to revolutionize the world overnight. (Source)
“The wheel took us from village to village. The combustion engine took us from town to town. The wing took us from continent to continent… Now, Propellant-free Propulsion can take us from world to world, in a fraction of the time limited by present theories. This potential breakthrough in advanced physics has been quietly developed, carefully engineered and rigorously tested in our labs, for nearly two decades. In other words, advanced technology that could whisk you to the Moon by lunch, thrust you to Mars by dinner, and then deliver you safely back home to Earth by the next morning.”
Even though the aforementioned video implied that INTERNASA was on the verge of making a “quantum leap” with their technology by October of 2015, as of right now, the most recent information accessible on their website is press releases referencing financial issues and legal settlements with some of their former ventures, such as ManyOne Networks, which filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy on October 12, 2009.
In January 2022, Firmage announced his candidacy for President of the United States and shared his plans for America if he becomes President. Check out the YouTube page of Firmage here.
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