Currently, there have been so many UFO disclosures that it is hard to keep up with them all. Many of these leaks do reach mainstream media, though not all of them do, and it appears that somewhere in the last five years or so, a mainstream media story captured the public’s attention. The Pentagon furnished the New York Times with three pictures of US Navy UFO sightings. In these clips, UFOs exhibit movements that no known piece of man-made machinery is capable of, confusing our knowledge of physics and aerodynamics.
In one of these encounters, the object suddenly fell from 60,000 feet to a location around sea level before beginning to hover. The Navy pilot’s position was allegedly anticipated by the same technology, which could also emerge in other places in what seemed to be an instantaneous transfer.
The New York Times just ran an item on “off-world cars” being discovered. When I initially came across this, it made me think of Dr. Edgar Mitchell’s statement from the Apollo 14 mission, “Sure, there had been wrecked spacecraft, and corpses returned.”
Remember that numerous such interactions over the preceding 20 years have been made public via declassified records, but only one involving the Navy has received significant mainstream media attention.
Another recurring theme in this incident seems to be the failure of vital electrical components on military aircraft, which may result in things like the inability for the aircraft to fire its weapons or the air radar going crazy. You may read here about an incident in Iran that serves as a decent illustration of this.
What happened after that?
In recent years, the US Department of Defense’s “Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force” (or UAPTF) has been busy briefing lawmakers, members of the intelligence community, and the highest echelons of the US military on encounters with mysterious airborne objects that defy conventional explanations.
Christopher Mellon, a former deputy assistant secretary of defense for intelligence, tweeted about a possible leak, which is how I learned about it. It arrived as a number of videos and pictures that Navy troops had captured. If you want to see the video, you may find it on this website. The images below were taken using an iPhone by his F18 pilot.
A recent piece from The Debrief describes
The Department of Defense’s Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force is currently investigating occurrences where US Navy personnel obtained many leaked images and a video of UAP (UAPTF). Susan Gough, a Pentagon spokesperson, informed the Debrief through email.
Susan Gough, the founder of the famed government document website The Black Vault, confirmed the veracity of the tapes in a statement. Additionally, he had a fascinating interview with James Woolsey, a former CIA director.
Here are a few photos that the weapons system officer in an F/A-18 fighter jet took.
On April 6, 2021, investigative journalist George Knapp of KLAS Las Vegas revealed the initial photograph, now known as the “Acorn,” along with two other freshly obtained photographs depicting unusual flying objects. The other two photos, “the metallic blimp” and “spherical,” which Knapp dubbed, were allegedly shot less than an hour apart on the same day. The second image’s other item seems transparent and spherical.
You can see a close-up of that particular object in the first frame of the cover picture (above).
Two pilots of the Royal Canadian Air Force captured the photo below while flying above Fort MacLeod, Alberta, Canada, on August 27, 1956. “Physical Evidence Associated With UFO Reports” – Electromagnetic Effects, The Sturrock Panel Report.
The pilots were flying a formation of four F86 Sabre jets. One of the pilots reported the sighting as “a dazzling light that was definitely defined as disk-shaped,” comparable to “a sparkling silver dollar resting horizontally.” Another pilot managed to get a photo of the item, which is seen below.
Then there are images, which, although still up to interpretation, may help expand the imagination even further. The image below was contributed by Norman Bergrun, a scientist and engineer who participated in NASA’s Voyager expedition. He spent a long time employed with NASA’s Ames Research Center. He worked at Lockheed Martin as well, where he handled the Polaris missile’s testing. During the Voyager mission in 1980, the picture was taken. That expedition’s goal was to capture images of Saturn, its rings, and its moons.
What does the picture show? It is a “luminous source” from Bergrun’s book “The Ringmakers of Saturn.” According to Bergrun, huge boats are “proliferating” near to Saturn and its moons. He covers a lot more material in his book. Even this scale alien spacecraft, in his opinion, are inevitable.
Why is it important?
Again, it seems that the recordings and images that have been hidden inside the black budget domain are genuine. What types of recordings and photos are being kept from the general public is an issue that is brought up by this. A document received via the CIA’s electronic reading room provides an explanation of study on the UFO phenomena done by Chinese and Russian experts more than 10 years ago. It reads,
Researchers from the People’s Republic of China and the Soviet Far East have begun collaborating to look into UFOs. The first gathering of ufologists from both nations has concluded in Dalnegorsk, a small beach town. The Soviet and Chinese experts on anomalous phenomena have created a mechanism for assessing previously recorded instances in addition to setting up direct communication of video and photographic data on fresh similar incidents.
I don’t believe the general public will ever hear the details of what has been learned about these things from official sources; instead, we’ll only get a “sanitized” form of “disclosure” that may or may not accurately represent the events. The government and the media have long warped our perceptions of major issues and events.
The notion of a “threat” has been a recurrent subject in public discourse, despite the fact that the behavior of these objects does not signal any type of danger, which has many UFO disclosure experts worried. They have always used evasive maneuvers to escape our planes. This has been stressed by several people over the years, including General Nathan Twining in the 1940s, Canadian Defence Minister Paul Hellyer in 2008, and most recently Richard F. Haines, a well-known NASA research scientist for over two decades.
According to the Task Force listed above:
The UAPTF was formed by the Department of Defense to better understand and obtain insight into the origins and nature of UAPs (Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon). Finding, analyzing, and classifying UAPs that might pose a danger to US national security is the task force’s main objective.
Another recent remark by prominent UFO researcher Dr. Jacques Vallée, a scientist, mathematician, and astrophysicist, addresses this subject.
The fundamental objective of this new task force is to persuade us to cease seeing UFO incursions as a danger. I respect the task force, but my colleagues and I want to collaborate with them to the degree that we can provide knowledge or resources to their initiatives. There’s more, however; this shouldn’t be seen as a direct threat since it isn’t. They might easily blow up those F18s with the phenomena we’re seeing. That’s certainly not the case, and categorizing something as a danger just because it is unidentified is a bad notion.
Why ought UFOs to be distinct from other objects? Why should there be any distinction between UFOs and other subjects where the government and the media have a track record of influencing public opinion? More information about the debate may be found here and here.
The Final Conclusion.
The important lesson from this article is that when it comes to getting information on the UFO phenomena, we shouldn’t just depend on governments, the mainstream media, and intelligence agencies. This has an effect on everything. Mainstream media has historically “controlled” public perception, effectively dictating when and when not to examine certain cultural subjects. Use the UFO phenomenon as an illustration. Six years ago, it was mocked, but after widespread debate in society, it came to be accepted. Why?
Most people nowadays just watch television for information rather than doing their own investigation, which leaves us particularly vulnerable to perception-changing strategies on any given issue.
I can assure you that this phenomenon, which I have been researching for over 15 years, is pervasive and, as I have said in almost all of my publications on the topic, has significant repercussions that have an influence on every facet of life. Based on my investigation, I can assure you that there is compelling proof that these things are not the creation of any Earthly person. In the same way that there was proof supporting the presence of UFOs when they were dismissed as a “conspiracy theory,” there have been reports of these sightings for thousands of years in a variety of forms.
It has the power to raise awareness and alter our perceptions of the cosmos, ourselves, and the nature of reality. A significant paradigm shift difficulty exists here. Last but not least, I believe the phenomenon has the power to be a powerful catalyst for inspiring us to go inside, examine ourselves, and wonder why we live and act in the ways that we do when we have the ability to do so much better and create a human experience where everyone can thrive.