TR-3B “Astra” Anti-Gravity Spacecraft Upgraded to TR-3G
About the TR-3B
Originally mentioned and photographed as early as the 1970s or 80s, the TR-3B series of spacecraft was likely designed and built by Lockheed and similar large aerospace players as a cooperative effort in the cabal-operated Interplanetary Corporate Conglomerate (ICC), as confirmed by the testimonies of many ex-military / contractor truth-seekers such as Corey Goode, Randy Cramer, William Tompkins and the years-long research conducted by Dr. Micheal Salla.
The TR-3B craft was likely designed by scientists imported into the US space program following World War II during Operation Paperclip. These scientists (including NASA’s first Director Wernher von Braun) had worked in Hitler’s SS secret rocket programs, and previously had a hand in the Nazi-designed Haunebu series of anti-gravity craft, a derivative of the primitive Nazi “Die Glocke” experimental craft, a technology originally stolen from the 1930s Vril craft design made by the brilliant Austrian scientist Maria Orsic.
While this comes as no surprise to those people already in the know about the decades-old TR-3B anti-gravity spacecraft operated by the Interplanetary Corporate Conglomerate (ICC) and other Secret Space Program (SSP) players, in a recent interview with Super Soldier Captain Randy Cramer, Cramer discloses that the original TR-3B (the “B version”) has a newer counterpart using the suffix “G”, designated “TR-3G”.
This upgrade naming scheme is consistent with traditional aircraft variant nomenclature used in the former WW-II German Luftwaffe and modern US Air Force. In this naming system, early renditions of an aircraft are assigned a model number, followed by the capital letter “A” or other letter appearing early in the alphabet. Later versions of the aircraft are name-suffixed with a later letter in the alphabet.
Same Nomenclature Scheme Used by Luftwaffe
- Me-109A – a fighter plane variant first produced in the mid- to late1930s. (Note: Early variants of this aircraft were also sometimes written as Bf-109)
- Me-109K – a variant produced in the last months of WW-II, c. 1945
(Information on variants of this aircraft can be viewed here. Note that he name suffix proceeds in alphabetical order.)
Note: The reason why the German Luftwaffe is used as an example here is due to the fact that the TR-3B was likely designed and manufactured in conjunction with the Interplanetary Corporate Conglomerate (ICC), whose roots began mostly as a German Nazi Luftwaffe faction that likely broke away from “mainstream” Germany early in WW-II. Supportive testimony for this “breakaway” can be heard in the testimonies provided by truth-seekers such as Corey Goode, William Tompkins, Randy Cramer, Johan Fritz, and many others.
The tell-tale triangular shape for which the spacecraft is known also appears in the growing list of articles shown here.
Nomenclature Also Used by US Air Force
What’s Different about the New TR-3G?
According to Captain Randy Cramer’s testimony as documented in the notes in Super Soldier Captain Randy Cramer: Lunar Operations Command (LOC), he specifically mentions:
- The TR-3 “B” cockpit is like a typical antiquated military aircraft cockpit.
- The “G” cockpit is made from advanced materials: shiny, carbon fiber, and is more “modern looking”.
Other Possible Features
The following sections discuss possible other features. The following sections are undocumented or not fully confirmed, and are thus for discussion only.
Various Attributes Such As Anti-Gravity, Reduced Field Resistance, Faster-Than-Light Speeds, Etc.
Perhaps the TR-3B is capable of attributed such as anti-gravity (“repulsive gravity”), mass reduction, faster-than-light speeds, flying through an artificially created “void”- all mentioned in Patent Approved for Anti-Gravity Spacecraft using Mass Reduction & Non-Conventional Propulsion.
Fuselage Form Factor
What’s not mentioned in known sources to date is that the spacecraft’s body / fuselage has likely changed. Namely, the older TR-3B has been photographed for decades sporting an equilateral triangular shape – all edges of the same length. This can be seen in the many photographs on this website, but is also seems to be obvious in Patent Approved for Anti-Gravity Spacecraft using Mass Reduction & Non-Conventional Propulsion. This can also be seen here:
However, in more recent photographs, there seems to be a variant seen with an isosceles triangular form factor – longer along one dimension.
See the triangle types simply illustrated here:
This fuselage design change is not firmly documented to date, but seems to make sense as more recent photographs seem to show a trend toward an isosceles form factor.
While the video below comes from a supposedly fictional source, it shows an isosceles spacecraft seemingly much larger than the small TR-3B we may see in many photos over the decades.
It makes sense that different variants of the triangle craft exist, as the missions for them may vary significantly. For example, larger craft would be used as troop carriers or for carrying large volumes of cargo.
Another possible feature in this and other SSP spacecraft would be “plug-and-play” modules that enable easy upgrades and/or fast modifications according the the mission the craft needs to perform.
Modularity is by no means a new practice, as the US Navy uses this in its submarine designs. On the chance that the Navy is also using the TR-3B in its Solar Warden (aka Radiant Guardian) or other space fleets, the use of modular components fully makes sense as the US Navy already uses this modification strategy.
While this article leaves many questions unanswered – mostly due to the lack of publicly available information – the main intent is to relay the fact (thanks to insider Randy Cramer) that the “classic” TR-3B has a new version in the TR-3G. We can now fairly safely assume there are at least two variants to this spacecraft series.
As time goes on, hopefully this article can be updated as more information is disclosed.