People all over the world have seen strange objects doing strange acrobatics in the skies for thousands of years.
And for at least 70 years, governments, the media, and the military have taken a hard-line stance, making fun of and shaming anyone who believes in UFOs (Unidentified Flying Objects, or UAPs as they are called today) (Unidentified Aerial Phenomena).
Over the past five years, allegations have been made in the United States Congress, mostly in private hearings. These allegations are likely to soon change the way we think about this strange phenomenon and the stigma that surrounds it.
Politicians, scientists, and “whistleblowers” now say that the US Government has been hiding a lot of information for decades.
They say that the world has been badly misled as part of a plan to stop people from caring about something that, contrary to what the US says publicly, has always been taken very seriously by the government.
Why do we attack people who say they’ve seen strange things? Are all of the tens of thousands of people who say they have seen this high level of strangeness lying?
Representatives and Senators in Congress are now getting the courage to go up against the Pentagon and intelligence services, which they think are holding back on UAPs.
This is because of what many of them have seen and heard in private briefings behind closed doors in secure hearing rooms, such as dramatic videos shot by military pilots.
During these hearings, key witnesses have already made some very strange claims.
The New York Times reported in 2020 that an astrophysicist who worked as a consultant for the Pentagon’s UAP investigation program for many years, Eric W. Davis, gave a classified briefing to the US Defense Department about “off-world vehicles not made on this earth.”
Eric Davis’s Confession That UFOs Are Real And The Admiral Wilson Memo
Pentagon’s UAP investigation Program Consultant Eric Davis says that some of the things found in UFOs can’t be figured out yet. “We weren’t able to make them ourselves,”
In an interview on The New York Post’s YouTube channel (above) that has nothing to do with his claims, Davis gives more details. Davis says that when he worked for the UFO program, he helped field investigators by giving them technical advice. The Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program is the name of the program, which began in 2007. (or AATIP).
The so-called “Admiral Wilson memo” is supposed to be a record of a conversation between physicist Dr. Eric Davis and Vice Admiral Thomas Wilson, who used to run the US Defense Intelligence Agency.
In that conversation, which Wilson categorically denies ever having, Wilson is said to have admitted that the US Government has a secret program to find and pick up crashed alien spacecraft.
Admiral Wilson is said to have said in the memo that the technology found was hidden in a private aerospace company, away from Congress and Freedom of Information laws.
If any of this is true, it’s clear that crimes may have been done to keep a secret from the public about the past.
More People Are Interested In Knowing The Truth Behind UFOs
Tim Burchett and other politicians don’t hide the fact that they can see a vote in the public’s growing interest in UAPs.
He tells me, “If you look at polling data, you can see that most people think something is going on.”
Professor Garry Nolan says that the Congress is even asking for a list of all UFO-UAP secret programs’ non-disclosure laws.
He asks, “Why is that interesting?”
“The NDAs themselves aren’t the problem. It’s the people who signed the NDAs, because that’s how you can find out who they are and what programs they work on.”
Nolan also said that he is sure that one of the most controversial UAP documents that came out recently is real – the “Admiral Wilson memo”
Professor Nolan knows that these claims sound crazy, but he said that he thinks the memo is a true record of what Dr. Davis and the DIA director talked about.
“I might tell my coworkers out there, ‘I know this all sounds crazy, but if you’ve seen the things I’ve seen, you’d come to the same conclusion,'” he says.
The US government’s Secret And Public Investigations Into UFOs And Aliens
Since the US Air Force’s Project Blue Book investigation into UAPs ended in 1970, most western governments have said that UAPs are not a threat to national security or flight safety.
Since then, the public has been told that there is no reason to look into the phenomenon any further.
But it’s becoming clear that the US Department of Defense kept studying UAPs in secret for a long time. In fact, the evidence shows that it never really stopped looking into these things.
In December 2017, the New York Times reported that there was a secret Pentagon UAP investigation looking into, among other things, a number of unidentified objects that swarmed around US Navy ships off the west and east coasts of the United States between 2004 and 2014–2015.
The so-called Tic-Tac sighting, which happened in 2004 when a group of ships guarding the USS Nimitz called “tic-tacs” off the coast of California, was a turning point.
Multiple sensor systems, such as advanced radar, ATFLIR (forward-looking infrared imaging), and other optical sensor systems, backed up pilots’ claims that they saw something that looked like a giant peppermint tic-tac, possibly a craft, moving in ways that are beyond what we know is possible.
There was no way to see how these things moved, but they were said to move at hypersonic speeds, sometimes in an instant.
US Navy pilots recorded more recent encounters on video, and these videos were recently shown to politicians in closed hearings.
These strange sightings and encounters are still happening, and people are getting more worried that one of these UAPs (UFOs) could soon crash into or attack us.
There is overwhelming evidence that UFOs are real and now there is a general consensus that it is a clear threat to national security and flight safety.