Rumors of Lockheed Martin’s Alien Technology Resurface

Written By Jason Simpkins

Posted November 28, 2023

Ever since the government very coyly acknowledged the existence of unknown aerial phenomena (UAP), more and more information has been trickling out from the darkest corners of our government. 

Honestly, as a longtime observer, analyst, and believer myself, it’s been titillating and even gratifying to witness.

And I know I’m not the only one taking it all in. 

This summer the whole country got a taste when retired Maj. David Grusch made several shocking claims in congressional testimony. 

Though he’s never been able to gain firsthand access to America’s alleged alien programs, Grusch alleges that he got close enough to confirm that the United States has otherworldly craft in its possession. 

This isn’t a new accusation, of course. It’s one that’s been around since Roswell.

Except in the decades following the Roswell incident, the idea of a secret government UFO program was dismissed as the rantings and ravings of lunatics.

And now, it’s gained credence and credibility from whistleblowers like Grusch.

Even I have given whole podcast interviews on the subject.

Maybe that’s why my social media gets flooded with links, questions, and reactions whenever new news breaks.

That’s exactly what happened over Thanksgiving when Grusch went on one of the world’s most popular podcasts and dug up an old chestnut.

Grusch said he met with former senator Harry Reid and that the one-time majority leader confirmed to him the existence of aliens and UFOs.

Not only that, but apparently, Lockheed Martin possesses at least some of the wreckage and has been largely responsible for reverse-engineering it.

Again, this isn’t new.

I wrote about it two years ago when Reid told The New Yorker the same thing.

"I was told for decades that Lockheed had some of these retrieved materials. And I tried to get, as I recall, a classified approval by the Pentagon to have me go look at the stuff," Reid said. "They would not approve that. I don’t know what all the numbers were, what kind of classification it was, but they would not give that to me." 

Grusch reaffirmed this anecdote. But he also added a little more color to it.

He said that a few years ago, Lockheed Martin attempted to divest itself of this material, which was allegedly acquired in the 1950s and included things like the craft's “hull structure.”

In an effort to accommodate, the government apparently developed a plan to build a new secure facility in Nevada to receive it and conduct its own analysis.

“Lockheed Martin wanted to divest itself from this material at a specific facility that’s known to me that I provided to the Inspector General, like street address, all that shit,” Grusch said.

However, for reasons that were not made clear in the interview, the CIA/DIA intervened and blocked the transfer and it was “totally killed because of bureaucracy.” 

Again, this isn’t the first or even second time Lockheed Martin has found itself caught up in the UFO/UAP discussion. 

It actually comes up a lot.

In fact, some of the claims are absolutely wild.

Back in 2014, Boyd Bushman, who apparently served as a senior research engineer for Lockheed Martin Skunk Works, Texas Instruments, and Hughes Aircraft, claimed to have actually met the aliens behind the recovered technology.

That seems rather far-fetched even for me, but as the saying goes, where there’s smoke, there’s fire… and there’s a lot of smoke around Lockheed and other defense contractors.

It’s unsurprising, then, that such speculation has even filtered into investing circles.

For example, this popular post on famed meme-stock Reddit community r/WallStreetBets, which has garnered more than 3,000 "upvotes" and 1,500 comments.

The post points out that if UAP are real (which even the government now admits it is) then the source of it can only be aliens, the U.S. military, or one of our chief global adversaries (i.e., Russia or China).

In any of those cases, defense stocks like Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT), RTX (NYSE: RTX), and Boeing (NYSE: BA) are strong long-term investments due to the nature of the threat and potential influence it would have on defense budgets.

And indeed, we have seen defense budgets skyrocket in the three years since that post was made — not just because of UAP, but also because of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, China’s nuclear weapons build-out, and regional chaos like we’re seeing in the Middle East right now.

Aliens may or may not exist, and Lockheed Martin may or may not have their wreckage…

But one thing that’s dead certain is that defense contractors are making huge bank off soaring defense budgets. 

That’s not a conspiracy theory; that’s a fact.

And if you want to know the best ways to play cutting-edge defense tech, then check out my latest report for Secret Stock Files, where I cover it all.

Fight on,

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Jason Simpkins

Simpkins is the founder and editor of Secret Stock Files, an investment service that focuses on companies with assets — tangible resources and products that can hold and appreciate in value. He covers mining companies, energy companies, defense contractors, dividend payers, commodities, staples, legacies and more…

In 2023 he joined The Wealth Advisory team as a defense market analyst where he reviews and recommends new military and government opportunities that come across his radar, especially those that spin-off healthy, growing income streams. For more on Jason, check out his editor’s page.

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