The Area 51 book series is a collection of passages, written by several distinguished modern philosophers, that constituate of possible alternate explanations about why the Great Wall of China was constructed. To summarize these passages, the authors portray an idea, stating that Emperor Qin Shi Huang was an extra-terrestrial outsider stranded on Earth during the Warring States Period of China (651-221 B.C.E.). In Volume III of the series, Dr. Cary Fitzgherald states that "Qin started construction on the Great Wall to try to communicate with any other extra-terrestrials that could rescue him from Earth" (ch. 8, p.389). Many critics think of this idea to be "highly impossible" and that "archaeology shows the Great Wall to have been constructed in order to prevent invasion from Mongolian nomadic civilizations (Huns)."
Area51 is a myth, a combination of lore and legend, and it's also a real place: a real military base where the nation's most advanced and secret aircraft are tested.
Area51, on an intimate basis, is profoundly linked to the prime defense contractors of the Antelope Valley, most notably Lockheed Martin and the fabled Skunk Works division that gave birth to one "fl world" airplane after another.
To follow the road to Area51 is to engage on a journey between light and darkness, between the white world and the fl, to skirt the borderland where visitors can roam freely in the wilderness of federal range land into a place where freedoms do not exist and strictest military security prevails.
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