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A new image of a letter appears on STIES and the name Dr. Leyda Cupe is seen on the spine of the book/binder behind the letter. This leads to a peculiar blog,


On this blog, discussion ranges from conspiracies involving Area 51 and research on alternative energy by Dr. Cupe.

About Me Section

All that is in the About Me section is an email address, Blog Posts

January 14, 2011

I thought people were helping me figure out what I’d found, but they’ve vanished and I’m right back here where I started three years ago. I know enough about energy to make sense of some of this, but need help to fill in the gaps. Unless you found this site by accident, you understand what it means and you’ll know why I can’t say who I am or where I found this stuff. If you have information like mine — things you can’t discuss with anyone else — send it to me. We are in the same situation so maybe we can agree to trust each other in order to help each other. I know that’s a huge leap of faith to take, but I am running out of options and people deserve to know.

January 15, 2011

Trying to get the ball rolling here. Is anyone else concerned about all of the recent mass bird deaths? Does the explanation make sense to anyone?

January 18, 2011

I know this doesn’t seem connected, but it makes me wonder if something is going on again in the atmosphere. Dr. Leyda Cupe has interesting theories in this regard, and in the late 1950s, the government conducted nuclear tests in the atmosphere. It caused similar mass deaths. Is something similar happening now? The information I have points to energy and it points to the atmosphere, but I don’t know how that are related. Does anyone know anything?

February 3, 2011

Speaking of nuclear testing, here’s one of the more infamous locations. Anything here we could be missing?

I know there is no shortage of crazy rumors about Area 51, but I also know that there at least a few thousand of you who work[ed] at Nellis. Anyone have anything interesting to send me? Anyone know any of these people? Anyone know what Seesaw might mean in this context?

March 17, 2011

Several of you have sent in emails asking for more info about Dr. Leyda Cupe. Frankly, I’m not even sure she exists outside of a few books and journals but I was hoping her name might jog someone’s memory.

I found an old file where she was mentioned, among other things. Her name appeared in connection with a hypothesis that the Van Allen Belts in the Earth’s magnetic field could potentially be used to extract or generate some form of energy source. Notes in the margin seemed to indicate a connection to long-term space exploration. Has anyone else heard more about this idea or her findings?



I’m sorry. I didn’t want to hack your site but I didn’t know what else to do. I know you’re mad but please let me explain.

Explain what you’re doing running some conspiracy site? After everything I’ve told you? You’ve been lying to me this whole time!!!

I know I really messed this up, please. Just let me explain.

Jesus, it’s like everyone lies. All the time. Is your name even Sarah?

Yes. My name’s Sarah.



You’ve got two minutes.

I used to work at an oil company. I was a consultant, an engineer. Several months ago, I found scanned copies of files in a locked directory. Lots of weird information, referencing projects nothing like what our company was developing. There are things in those files that I’ve never heard of. Materials that shouldnt exist. And inone of those files I found your name.

Great. What did it say?

It was just your name and your mom’s. That’s why I had to find you.

What else?

I didnt understand it, I told you. All I got was your name. I figured if i could find you, maybe you’d be a clue as to what the file meant. Why my company was involved.

You came to find me from that? from some name in a file? you’ve been lying to me for months for that?

It wasn’t all lies, Josh. I’m sorry. I never meant it to get this far but I found you, weird stuff kept happening to you. I know you’re in the center of whatevers going on and it doesn’t affect just you. My company is involved somehow. Whatevers going on is bigger than either of us.

What company are we talking about

I’m sorry, I can’t tell you. My dad works there, too. Until I know what this is about, I can’t risk putting him in danger. I promise I’ll tell you everything else. I want to help you. I want answers just like you do. We’re on the same side.

You shouldve been honest with me.

I couldn’t. I found this group, they told me they were all about revealing the truth. They told me I was doing everything right. That I shouldn’t tell you in order to protect you. Then they all disappeared when I didnt find anything.

I see. So you and your friends broke into my house, didn’t you?

I’m sorry. I had to know if you were keeping anything from me.

I can’t believe you’d do that

I was just scared. The file scares me, whatever you’re involved in scares me. But I have to know what’s going on. And so do you.

Let me help you.

If any of this is true—

It’s all true. I swear.

If it is, you should’ve told me from the beginning.

I know. I’m really sorry. I didn’t know what kind of person you were.

Are you still there?

Is this everything? You’re telling me everything?

Yes, I promise. You can trust me.

I have no choice but to trust you. I need help.

Then let me help you. Can we meet?

No, not ready.

Josh, please.

I’ll call you. Keep your phone on.

March 28, 2011

Needed to focus on something so I started researching more about the Van Allen Belts and ended up getting buried in research about them. The strangest article I found was in, of all places, the New York Times. (Copy of full article [1])

It was only tangentially about the Van Allen Belts. Most of it was about Explorer 3, a satellite that was launched into space to explore the belts and ended up going missing when, presumably, its orbit decayed.

Several airline pilots reported seeing flashes in the sky around the time that Explorer 3 stopped responding, but government sources insisted that it couldn’t have been Explorer 3 re-entering the atmosphere.

It made me wonder: why was the government so sure? Was Explorer 3 actually doing something different up there? Did it actually lose communication?

April 1, 2011

Another curious reference in some of the material I found – the word “Astron.” Did some research and found several possible answers, but nothing definitive.

There was a Soviet spacecraft called Astron that launched a huge ultraviolet telescope into space that studied the earth’s radiation belts. There’s also an astronomy research group called Astron based in the Netherlands. Either of these ring a bell?

April 12, 2011

I may have figured what “Astron” was referring to. A scientist named Nicholas Christifilos worked on a project called Astron at the Livermore Labs in the mid-1950s. It was apparently a failed fusion project, but now I’m wondering if it really did fail as spectacularly as reported. After all, immediately thereafter Christofilos started working on high-level government projects involving the Van Allen Belts. The weirdest wrinkle — he had little formal training as a physicist! It got me to wondering — did Nicholas Christofilos accidentally discover fusion or some other energy source?

April 18, 2011: Continuation on /explanation

They got to him. This just came in the mail. I know you don’t want me to but I’m going after the next piece. It’s in West Virginia, gonna take the car. I’ll call you from the road. Please don’t worry.

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