Some woman guides John through a building by phone, disabling security systems on the way. She questions John about project "Altar Skies"
John: Which way?
Unknown Woman: There should be a door, left of the elevator. You were on the Altar Skies project? I didn't see you listed-
J: Yeah, I was transferred in. Uhm, the door, it's locked.
W: One sec... what was the project's purpose?
J: We, uh, Gideon got access to some old Pentagon satellites? Sub trackers, you know, [unintelligible] hunters? (Unsure here) They can probe 100 feet below the surface.
W: Try it now.
J: That did it... Damn, you guys got in here in a big way.
W: Yeah, security gigs have their benefits. There's stairs right? Go down, two flights.
J: Okay, so, Gideon figured they could also find buried ruins. It started as an academic project, uh, uh, a side thing, but when we started actually finding... uh! There's a camera! Did you disable it?
W: Camera? Uhm, just go, okay, go.
J: Got it.
J: So, we found, a-a-a- I mean, it was incredible but they wouldn't let us disclose, they said it would reveal their sat's capabilities... uhm, I'm here.
W: Okay, now open the door, turn left, down the hall to the end.
J: So, d-defense classified everything. Uh, crazy, right? Old ruins, classified, and then we found out that our sites were being, well we-we thought, looted. Last week, one of them was destroyed, a whole cover story-
W: Okay, I believe you.
J: You know the weird thing? Altar Skies became a priority... to somebody. They gave us access to next gen blackbirds-
W: John, listen. There's a car outside the door. If you get in, there's no turning back. You understand--John?
J: Yeah, I'm here... let's do it.
W: Drop the phone now.