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Classified military technology and downed “Enochian” craft exposed by a former black-ops soldier (A man known only as “Charlie” appeared in episode one-hundred and twenty-two of The Confessionals podcast, blowing the whistle on a secret government mission...)

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A man known only as “Charlie” appeared in episode one-hundred and twenty-two of The Confessionals podcast, blowing the whistle on a secret government mission in which he claims to have participated back in the early-1990s. For that mission, an undisclosed branch of the United States military ordered Charlie and his team to rendevous with and escort a group of scientists to recover a downed aircraft in the remote wilderness of the Pacific Northwest. What happened during that uncanny mission had never been talked about publically by anyone, making Charlie a target for federal agents who later paid a visit. 

Like any other American that has felt the call to serve their country, Charlie decided to visit a military recruiter who signed him up to take an official aptitude test to chart his capabilities. After the test, the military offered Charlie a position in intelligence before shipping him out to twelve weeks of boot camp, where Charlie says, “they break the civilian out of you.”

During the indoctrination process, higher-ups selected several recruits for special operations. There were about eighty guys in each group–some more proficient than others. Charlie was one of them. But in the long run, Charlie’s superiors placed him in a special operations group before shipping him to California, where he continued with three months of schooling before being deployed into the field.

“All of the schooling that I did–it led me to believe that I was going to be doing a particular type of intelligence collection,” said Charlie. “So, I thought that we were going to have an objective–we would collect against that objective–we would take information, and we would create intel out of that, and we would push that up the chain of command or ladder or wherever it needed to go.”

However, nothing could have been further from the truth. Charlie’s superiors had another plan for him, which is where his adventure began.

Reporting for duty, Charlie showed up to a secure facility where he was ushered to his post by security forces down an elevator three to four levels underground. He arrived in another locked-down room where he met his superiors, instructing him to undergo further schooling, which Charlie wasn’t too happy about. After all, how much education does one need, he thought.

Eventually, the military assigned Charlie to a foreign-based non-conventional unit, primarily set up to conduct Intel, Surveillance, and Recon (ISR) missions. The team completed three successful tasks before the military placed Charlie in a special eight-man squad.

The squad, tasked with an entirely new search and recovery mission, was ordered to look for a particular downed aircraft and extract as much data as possible before destroying the craft, which landed inside hostile territory. The mission started in the open sea aboard a scientific vessel flying the flag of another nation. Charlie’s team was assigned to protect a group of eight scientists equipped to locate and destroy the said aircraft.

“We had to go board a scientific research vessel–so, it was basically a ship that was flagged to a different country,” he explained. “So we flew into this country–we boarded this ship–the eight of us. So, it was the eight military personnel and eight scientists. And then, onboard, they had their own ship’s crew–so, there were about thirty-five or so guys working on that ship–that was just their job.”

The lieutenant briefed the squad and scientists for their mission and ISOPREP once the ship reached international waters, which is when Charlie noticed that the scientists “looked scared,” as if they knew something he didn’t.

“So, as we are getting ready and I’m talking to some of the scientists, I noticed that. they look nervous,” he said. “I couldn’t tell if they knew more than we did or what, but something was off. Yeah, so my spidey-sense was basically tingling.”

The planned mission consisted of a two-day trek inland on foot to the location of the downed aircraft, one day at the craft, and two days back.

“Go two days in–once we find the site, we were going to spend about twelve hours there–do what we had to do, and then two days out, and then back on the ship and then done,” he explained. “That was the plan and no problem.”

According to Charlie, the main ship remained in a “covert posture” throughout the entire mission to evade detection. Two skiffs called “ribs” deployed the squad and scientists to the rocky-sandy shore, starting their assignment in a hostile woodland area.

The team was equipped with HF communications equipment and set up comms checks with specific time windows to check in with the ship, in which they would communicate.

“We took some comms so that we could talk with Alpha-Kilo, which is the ship, which we called Alpha-Kilo for this particular mission,” Charlie said. “There was just some weird things going on… ’cause once you get out there, you’re on your own.”

Charlie said that the area wasn’t friendly and made it clear that “something could go off,” if the team was spotted, which added to the danger. The squad had to be careful because, ultimately, their job was to protect the eight civilian scientists and their equipment. After all, it was the scientists “that had all the technical knowhow,” Charlie stated.

There was a five-day window before a significant storm would move in and roughen seas quite a bit.

“It was going to put us in a sea-state of six, which was pretty hefty for that ship we were on,” said Charlie. “So, it was very important that we got in and out as quickly as possible.”

The team arrived under cover of darkness and packed their way into the dense woodline, making their destination.

“So, we get to our second comms window, and suddenly we can’t communicate, so, I am going out over the radio basically saying like, ‘Alpha-Kilo, Alpha-Kilo, radio check over,’” he told. “And it’s just silence. No one is coming back.”

At that point, several scouts went out ahead of the rest of the team, following the same “drift line.” The two scouts failed to make contact upon nightfall, and the radios were “squaking” randomly, which was out of the ordinary. Hence, negative things were already happening, but the team pressed on with the looming storm emerging.

The crash site

Very low frequencies, below 10Hz, were emitting from the aircraft that punched through the forest canopy at a highly-verticle angle. The signals peaked as the team arrived, which is when things got interesting.

The craft lay in a valley, the wings pushed to the back by design. A mat black checkerboard pattern covered the ship’s skin, which the military sent the team to board and retrieve sensitive data from the craft’s computers.

“The outside of it was like a checkerboard; it was black on black,” he explained. “It was mat black; this entire thing was black… every other check on the craft was like a ceramic tile almost, but it was super cold. All of the ceramic tiles were way colder than they should have been.”

A large tear along the aft section appeared to be what brought the craft down, but the cause of the incision was unknown.

“I was starting to feel uneasy,” said Charlie. “I think that part of the tension was bleeding over. from the scientists.”

Nevertheless, Charlie boarded the craft with one of the scientists and began extracting the data as fast as possible. The tech was somewhat “traditional,” nothing ultra-high-tech, allowing Charlie to “plug in” his equipment and remove the data.

“I was able to connect–I would extract all that data I could–I would upload a virus into that system, and then I would move on [to the next system], he said. “And that’s when the story starts getting a little bit strange.”

Charlie said he arrived at a particular workstation, in which the screen was still on. That’s when he noticed that it had a language–it had characters on the screen with a dialect he’d never before seen. He was familiar with seven languages on site, so not identifying the language was unusual.

Without hesitation, Charlie plugged in his terminal to the console and began extracting data. During the extraction, out of curiosity, the young soldier pulled out his field manual and began to look for a reference to the characters displayed on the screen. That’s when the guy with him came over and asked: what are you doing?

“He put his hand calmly, but very sternly on the book I was looking through, so I looked up at him,” explained Charlie. “And he said, ‘you’re not going to find that in there.’”

“And I said, well how do you know or something like that,” Charlie said, “And he says, ‘it’s Enochian.’” As in the Book of Enoch.

“Our pupils were locked, and I could see his chin quivering,” Charlie explained. The guy was scared, and he knew Charlie wanted an explanation.

‘It’s an ancient demon language,’ the man replied to Charlie, who said he was in disbelief.

“I didn’t want to believe him,” said Charlie, as he retracted his manual from the man, who always conducted himself politely and professionally.

Charlie said the man double-downed on him, once he saw Charlie didn’t believe him. That’s when the man put his hands on Charlie’s manual as Charlie drew it away.

“He looked at me again and he said, ‘get your job done and let’s get the f*ck out of here,’” Chalie said, reliving the fear of the moment.

To top it all off, the crew was missing. Nobody was on board. They vanished without a trace. Who was piloting the craft?

As a caveat, Charlie pointed out in the episode that the aircraft was unmarked, which, at the time, he thought was odd. However, he remembered the strange language he saw on the screen. Maybe it’s an Air Force spy plane, he wondered.

Before his team left, they applied thermite strips to the craft’s fuselage, incinerating it into a pile of ash.

According to Charlie, who rejoins the show in episode 352, his story attracted federal agents to visit Charlie at his home after episode 122 initially aired in 2019. Charlie maintains that the agents arranged a confidential meeting with his attorney, adding credence to his story.

Enochian is an occultic language, said to be angelic, and to be derived from Enochian angels.

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