WITCHES AND FLYING HUMANOIDS
Witches riding broomsticks becoming as space girls, straddling futuristic hoverbikes are the stuff of fantasy; but such ridden contrivances are soon on their way to become a reality; although an enchanted Hogwarts broomstick will otherwise be mechanised as a Hells Angel hoverbike.
It will probably be ridden by a Valkyrie biker babe in black spider silk armour, wearing a swept back conical hat, for aerodynamic purposes, whose accompanying Queen Bee goggles will make her look like H.R Giger’s Alien.
The U.S. Department of Defence is most intrigued by a working hoverbike, which had been ridden at a 2015 Paris Air Show. The display of the hoverbike impressed the government agency, enough for them to strike a deal with the UK-based Malloy Aeronautics.
The Malloy company will start developing the hoverbake for military purposes. The hoverbike will be specifically designed to take over some of the jobs, which are usually done by Apocalypse Now helicopters.
The Hoverbike will cost far less than a helicopter, as well as being far safer. The safety aspect is due to the hoverbike’s four rotor units, which are housed within a circular (adducted) frame.
Should the hoverbike inadvertently bump into a person or object, it will not shred them to pieces like the blades of a helicopter would do, mincer style.
The hoverbike will of course have a lot of potential for recreational and sports purposes, besides that of military use by intrepid flying bikers, who will no doubt start up their own Hells Angel club of Air Aces.
They will be a new Geek breed whose aeronautic antics will be closely followed by their personalised A.I drones.
The hoverbike can also be programmed to fly all by itself along specific flight paths, just like the unmanned UFO drone from which it originally stemmed.
The hoverbike is an ideal vehicle for Thundebird search and rescue missions as well as for reconnaissance and spying; although the Gerry Anderson puppets won’t need any SHADO strings, should it be unmanned, causing Witch scares all over Mexico, and elsewhere.
Malloy’s marketing sales director, Grant Stapleton related that it can: “carry a decent load, it can get in and out of very small spaces very quickly and it can be moved across continents very quickly because it can be folded and packed into a C130 or onto a ship and taken; lots of them can be moved around and deployed in the places that you need them very easily and very quickly.”
You can thereby determine why the military is very interested in the hoverbike, which will invariably lead to a hovercar. But it appears, going by numerous flying humanoid sightings, that the hoverbike and other similar Star Trek technologies have been around for some time, hidden behind a smokescreen of aliens, by the military industrial complex.
This entry was posted on June 24, 2015 at 2:23 am and is filed under Alien, Cyberpunk, Demon, Demonology, Devil, Ghost, Science Fiction, Star Trek, Star Wars, UFO, Witchcraft with tags Alien, anti gravity, biker, Bladerunner, broomstick, drone, faustus crow, flying humanoids, flying platform, Gerry Anderson, goetia girls, H.R Giger, Hell's Angel, hogwarts, hoverbike, hovercar, Lilith's Harem, military industrial complex, SHADO, star trek, star wars, Thunderbirds, U.S Department of Defence, ufo, valkyrie, witch, witches broomstick, X-Jet WASP. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.