The truth is… UFOs… or… “unidentified aerial phenomenon” (as the U.S. Navy prefers to identify them) are happening all of the time.
So… here are some things to consider:
Aliens are already here:
Earlier this year, the Department of Defense authorized the release of three unclassified Navy videos that were leaked in 2007 and 2017.
With the release, the DOD acknowledged that the videos were authentic Navy videos, and…
“The aerial phenomena observed in the videos remain characterized as ‘unidentified’.”
You can read the official DOD release here:
You can access the footage via the Navy Document Library here:
Watch the encounter on YouTube here:
(Video provided by The Guardian, via their YouTube channel.)
*For more footage see links section below
what's the government's official response:
April of 2019 - the Navy is drafting new guidelines for reporting UFOs:
“Right now, we have situation in which UFOs and UAPs are treated as anomalies to be ignored rather than anomalies to be explored,” he said. “We have systems that exclude that information and dump it.”
“For example, Mellon said “in a lot of cases [military personnel] don’t know what to do with that information — like satellite data or a radar that sees something going Mach 3. They will dump [the data] because that is not a traditional aircraft or missile.”
"If you are in a busy airport and see something you are supposed to say something," Elizondo said. "With our own military members it is kind of the opposite: 'If you do see something, don't say something.'"
In fact… here’s a tweet from the senator who initiated The Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program in 2009. Him… and two WWII veteran senators… who were both concerned about the potential national security implications.
The AATIP was not a classified program, however, it only operated with the knowledge of an extremely limited number of officials, according to POLITICO, and the New York Times.
The program cost over $22 million, and researched concepts like “wormholes” and “warp drives”, as well as studied the hundreds of reports regarding “unidentified aerial phenomenon”.
According to the Pentagon the AATIP program was ended in 2012.
However, POLITICO has reported that it continued under a classified heading, after 2012.
And… on August 4th of this year… the Pentagon announced it is setting up a new US Naval Unit specifically to investigate UFO sightings. This new unit will be called the Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon Task Force… or UAPTF… for short.
AATIP Program Leader - Luis Elizondo:
"We tried to work within the system," Elizondo told POLITICO in a recent interview. "We were trying to take the voodoo out of voodoo science."
If a Russian 'Bear' bomber comes in near California, it is all over the news," he said. "These are coming in the skies over our facilities. Nothing but crickets."
*Elizondo is now working with To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science – See below for further info on this extraordinary outfit.
Luis Elizondo says, “UFOs are real”.
So… perhaps it time we all start accepting that we are not alone, in the universe… or… even on this planet.
And, let’s finally face it… there’s a lot more going on than any of us wanted to believe.
However, if you want to find arguments against it… you will.
In fact… if you google Luis Elizondo, you will find all kinds of articles that try to discredit his position within the Pentagon.
However: “Pentagon spokeswoman Dana White confirmed to POLITICO that the program existed and was run by Elizondo.”
The Former Head of the Pentagon’s Secret UFO Program in his own words:
But… Why would they try to keep all of this a secret?
Because, there’s Big Bucks in space, and space technology.
Keep reading for more…
The Mega-Bucks of Space Expansion:
“A less likely player is Las Vegas real-estate tycoon, Robert Bigelow, who, at 73, is making the biggest gamble of his life -- not on rockets -- but on expandable spacecraft, large, lightweight structures that inflate in space, a technology that could dramatically change how humans live and work in zero gravity.”
Here are some highlights from an article by Lara Logan on Robert Bigelow and the existence of aliens (link below):
Robert Bigelow: “There has been and is an existing presence, an ET presence. And I spent millions and millions and millions -- I probably spent more as an individual than anybody else in the United States has ever spent on this subject.”
Robert Bigelow: “It's just like right under people's noses. Oh my gosh. Wow.”
Lara Logan: “The FAA confirmed to us that for years, it referred reports of UFOs and other unexplained phenomena to a company Bigelow owns. He told us he's had his own close encounters, but declined to go into detail.
Of course… Lara goes on to call Bigelow… and his belief in aliens… ‘Quirky’.
Despite what she just heard… and wrote.
(To date: Bigalow estimates he’s spent near $290 million on alien-tech and space R&D, and his inflatable structure has already been added to the International Space Station.)
But… why? Why take such a discrediting swing at someone, over a subject they’ve literally spent hundreds of millions of dollars, as well as countless-man-hours, on?
Because it’s easier than believing he is not actually quirky… and that he knows a hell of a lot more than most people.
Because aliens are scary!
I mean come on!
The idea that aliens are here, and way smarter than us is totally scary. I get it. So, I don’t blame Lara for her… nearsightedness. However, I do suspect there may be another reason she chose that very specific word 'Quirky'.
My guess, is it's another attempt by the media to discredit actual science in the name of hoarding. I mean, $290 million is not chump-change, now is it?
But that may just be a quirky theory of mine.
However, if even after all of this you too still think aliens are just a quirky notion, just remember...
“All significant breakthroughs are break -“withs” old ways of thinking.” Thomas Kuhn
You might also want to note that Tom DeLonge, from Blink 182, has set up his own alien detection team:
To the Stars Academy of Arts and Science,
And it is literally chock-full of US intelligent officials including some CIA folks, some DOD folk, as well as a former Lockeheed Martin Director (from their super-secret facility in California called Skunk Works).
And, in fact… the founders of To The Stars admit on their website:
“There is sufficient credible evidence of UAP [unidentified aerial phenomenon] that proves exotic technologies exist that could revolutionize the human experience.”
Their website states their goal is: “to use their expertise and credibility to bring transformative science and engineering out of the shadows and collaborate with global citizens to apply that knowledge in a way that benefits humanity,” adding “without government restrictions."
Still don’t believe?
What about alien materials?
Yup… the Pentagon has them.
Or… at least so says astrophysicist Eric Davis, who consulted with the original UFO program at the Pentagon. “we couldn’t make [them] ourselves,” he told the DOD when he was briefed.
So, there you have it, my first installment of Alien… Matters.
I hope you found it insightful, and well… perhaps a bit grounding.
Because, the facts are everywhere; we are not alone, and have never been alone.
Aliens have been here, probably this whole entire time. I mean, just look at our mythologies, our ancient religions, and our native legends. It’s all chock-full of alien spacecrafts and interventions.
So, please keep in mind, if by chance some do happen to pop up unannounced, for a visit:
IF THEY HAD WANTED TO EAT US, OR DESTROY US, THEY COULD HAVE.
SO MANY TIMES ALREADY.
So, no worries.
and don't panic.
It's all... part of the process.
Cool and Interesting Links:
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Naval Document Library:
National Security Agency Central Security Service – UFO Index:
ABC’s News Coverage of Alien Craft Footage:
Lara Logan’s CBS News Interview with Robert Bigelow:
Senator Harry Reid & AATIP:
Washington on Aliens:
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