(INTELLIHUB) — American conspiracy theorist Bob Lazar appeared on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast where he talked about his alleged employment at the U.S. government’s ultra-secret underground S4 facility, which the former scientist says is located deep inside a mountain somewhere in the Nevada desert where he claims he and others involved in the project were attempting to reverse engineer “beyond cutting edge” alien technology.
The whistleblower apprehensively told the famed podcast host that Area S4 had specially designed hanger bay doors embedded into the mountainside. The doors were camouflaged and could open up. Lazar maintains that he personally saw nine different “unworldly” advanced aerial craft being stored and routinely tested by compartmentalized facility workers.
Shockingly, Lazar said, one of the saucers housed at the facility was discovered during an archeological dig, which raises questions about its age. Additionally, Lazar claims that another craft was stored upright on its side and appeared to have been struck by a projectile and taken damage.
Lazar maintains that he personally witnessed the power source for one of the crafts and said that it produced its own magnetic field and ran at one-hundred percent efficiency, which is something scientists here on earth have not yet been able to duplicate.
Moreover, Lazar claims at least one scientist had lost their life before his employment at the facility when the scientist attempted to breach one of the alien reactors using a plasma torch during an experiment that ultimately went wrong.
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