Fleets of Star Wars-style US Navy space fighters have been covertly protecting the human race from reptilian attacks for decades, according to UFO author William Tompkins. The 92-year-old writer claims to have worked in the aerospace industry for a think tank tasked with designing kilometer-long anti-gravity spacecraft for the US Navy in the 1950s and 60s. During this period, the former-Navy insider turned whistle-blower claims to have personally designed five space ships and 30 support ships.
In the new book, Selected by Extra-terrestrials, he claims these massive Naval interplanetary craft were created to fend off the invading lizard aliens, who want to enslave the human race.
These space wars, said to be very short, have been happening for decade’s right under our noses, he claims. However, in the book he warns that the lizard aliens are “becoming stronger” and urges the Navy to beef up their defenses – or face reptile rule.
Apparently the US Navy works closely with Nordic aliens, who have similar large, moon size spacecraft capable of beating reptile attack ships. The Nordics apparently came from the Orion Constellation and influenced the building of the pyramids.
Meanwhile, the reptilian enemies attack various planets, take them over, and put their inhabitants into slavery. But humans and the Nordics, who works with the US Navy to develop advanced spaceship technology, have joined forces to build a variety of Star Wars-style space fighters?
Hand-picked by the Navy during high school to carry out research work, Tompkins regularly visited classified naval facilities during World War Two. He served at San Diego’s Naval Air Station, where he briefed Navy moles embedded within Nazi Germany’s most secret aerospace facilities during the war.
In the book, Tompkins describes the intelligence the Navy spies had gathered: “The Navy agents in Germany discovered what all those “out of this world” aliens gave Hitler: UFOs, anti-gravity propulsion, beam weapons, extended life and plenty of mind-controlled willing girls programs.