Chapter 27: The Blue Beam Project..."Deceptions in the Air"


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Similar to what newspapers in the 19th Century did the will publish a chapter a day from the book Deceptions in the Air. This fictional book is a blend of reality and conspiracy with a mix of Biblical Prophecy. My hope is that you enjoy the story, while it puts a desire in your heart to seek Truth.

Chapter 27: The Blue Beam Project

Jack’s voice brought Bri back to the present and away from her memories on the day’s earlier events. 

“Okay Bri, tell me. I promise I will listen, and I will not laugh as long as it is not some silly religious talk of raptures, the world coming to an end, or Armageddon,” Jack said, pulling off onto a highway exit. 

“What?” Bri said, coming back to the present. 

“Tell me. What the hell is going on? What is this Blue Beam Project? What does it have to do with you or me… or Russ… or Alex?” Jack said, pulling into a 24-hour coffee shop parking lot. 

Bri took a deep breath as she threw her head back onto the headrest. She turned and looked at Jack. “Okay. What I’m about to tell you will sound completely crazy. Even when I first read about it sitting in Alex’s office, I couldn’t believe what I was reading,” Bri said, trying to get him mentally prepared for what she was about to tell him. 

“What is it? The world is being over taken by aliens?” 

“You know what? You would probably believe that more than what I am going to tell you!” 

“Let’s go in, get some coffee. I’ll grab my laptop since you apparently left yours at home,” Jack snickered knowing this statement would get Bri even more agitated. 

Bri grabbed the camera from his hands as she reminded him that it was not her who forgot her laptop, but it was he who did not follow through on his promise to pack it back into her case.

Once inside, the two climbed into a corner booth close to the restrooms.

“While the pictures are downloading, you can tell me the story I’m not going to believe,” he said.

“The pictures can wait,” Bri said to Jack, then turning her head to the waitress, “I am so thirsty and exhausted. I could use a large glass of water and a really strong cup of black coffee please.”

“Me, too,” added Jack.

“Okay, here it goes. I don’t know what is totally factual or what’s conspiracy theory, but we both know that there is always some truth to conspiracy theories. So, I’m going to give you everything I have learned and seen… along with some stuff I have read,” Bri said.

Reaching over the table to take Jack’s hands, she continued. “Please, let me tell you everything first, then, you can butt-in and tell me how crazy I am, or how this is the stupidest thing you have ever heard. And, oh, what’s the other one you like to use? Oh yeah, ‘what planet did my parents raise me on?’”

With a raise of his eyebrow, Jack agreed to let Bri talk, but he took his hands away from her so he could start sipping the coffee.

“They call it NASA’s Project Blue Beam. Serge Monast, a Canadian reporter, first reported it back in 1994. Interestingly, he and the other journalist who discovered its existence both died of heart attacks not long after reporting its existence…. and neither had heart problems. But, what Serge reported would be considered by most too weird to believe or too bizarre to even fathom.

When I first read about it several years ago, I thought what kind of quacks are these people and how can they get away with printing such garbage. But, the more I read, heard and 

learned about these last few days, I think it’s true, and I think I know …” she stopped.

Looking away from Jack to gather her emotions, she was able to continue. “I know it’s true, and Alex is a part of it. He’s one of the main people developing it.”

“Developing what?” Jack asked even more confused.

Bri taking a deep breath while she tried to think of a way to help best describe the project’s purpose so that Jack could understand.

“Jack, what causes almost all wars?”


“Right! But why is it that these politicians or governing leaders feel they have the right to start wars?” Bri asked.

“There’s all kinds of reasons oil, power, money, women… different philosophical beliefs,” Jack answered.

“Philosophical beliefs… their belief system! And where do these belief systems come from?” Bri asked.

“Bri, I thought you were going to tell me about Project Blue Beam… not give me an education on belief systems!”

“I am. But to understand why Project Blue Beam has been created, you need to understand what causes people to believe what they do.”

With a bewildered look Jack asked, “What are you talking about?”

“A belief system is the trust, faith or confidence in someone of something. It can almost be considered a religious system, which is the belief of a controlling power. A belief system is what makes a person believe if God does or doesn’t exist, right?” Bri asked.

“Okay,” Jack said. “So what?”

“When it comes down to it, belief systems are usually rooted in religious beliefs. And, it is these beliefs that cause war. You have Christians fighting against Muslims, Muslims against Jews, Christian against Christian as in the Catholics against the Protestants, the Shiite Muslims against the Sunni Muslims, orthodox against non-orthodox, Christian against Pagan, religious freedom against no religion... the list goes on,” Bri said.

Before Jack could say anything, Bri rapidly added, “Project Blue Beam has been created to stop war by eliminating religion or uniting all belief systems into one. Project Blue Beam is getting ready to be implemented to usher in world peace.”

“Wars have been going on since the beginning of man. How can one project mesh all these religions and beliefs into one religion?” Jack said, looking at Bri as if she had totally lost her mind.

“Jack, that’s a good question. No actually that is a great question. Let me explain.”

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