Tuesday, March 08, 2022

Updates on UFO information from CBS News and the UK Guardian

For those who might have an interest in hearing actual truth that is now being revealed/admitted by the government about UFOs, instead of the dismissive denials of previous years. 

My husband Holland and I had serious investigative interest in this subject for years.  We thought this was important information for us Earthlings to know -- that we are not alone in the universe...and that we are being visited/perhaps monitored by beings with technology far beyond ours.  If you agree that this is important to know, you might be interested in some of the information from the PEERS site below. It seems to me that as more people become aware and seriously interested -- and share the information with their friends, the better for all of us in these crazy times on planet Earth (especially with nuclear threats now coming from Russia). There have been many indications by UFOs that they are wanting to prevent nuclear war here on Earth. In the 1960s, they did a dramatic flyover of Malmstrom military base in Montana, after which it was discovered that all of the silo's underground missiles had been mysteriously disarmed (see Montana newspaper article at: https://www.greatfallstribune.com/story/news/2017/02/26/mansch-montana-ufo-sighting-still-resonates/98452858/.:

UFOs regularly spotted in restricted U.S. airspace
August 29, 2021, CBS News

Earlier this summer, the director of national intelligence and secretary of defense released a highly-anticipated, unclassified report about something the Pentagon calls unidentified aerial phenomena—or UAP—more commonly known as UFOs. The government's grudging acknowledgment of 144 mysterious sightings documented by our military comes after decades of public denial. Luis Elizondo spent 20 years running military intelligence operations worldwide. He hadn't given UFOs a second thought until 2008. That's when he was asked to join something at the Pentagon called the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, or "AATIP." Buried away in the Pentagon, AATIP was part of a $22 million program sponsored by then-Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to investigate UFOs. When Elizondo took over in 2010 he focused on the national security implications of unidentified aerial phenomena documented by U.S. service members. "Imagine a technology that can do 6-to-700 g-forces, that can fly at 13,000 miles an hour, that can evade radar and that can fly through air and water and possibly space," [said Elizondo]. "And oh, by the way, has no obvious signs of propulsion, no wings, no control surfaces and yet still can defy the natural effects of Earth's gravity. That's precisely what we're seeing." AATIP's funding was eliminated in 2012, but ... last year, the Pentagon resurrected AATIP, it's now called the UAP task force; service members now are encouraged to report strange encounters.

Note: Read the public testimony of very high level officials revealing a major cover-up around UFOs for over 75 years. Most serious UFO researchers believe that this is a planned rollout to avoid showing how the US military has been hiding and even deceitfully ridiculing this information for decades. For more supporting this idea, see concise summaries of deeply revealing news articles on UFOs from reliable major media sources.

'Something's coming': is America finally ready to take UFOs seriously?
February 5, 2022, The Guardian (One of the UK's leading newspapers)

Last year was a breakthrough time for UFOs, as a landmark government report prompted the possibility of extraterrestrial visitors to finally be taken seriously by everyone from senators, to a former president, to the Pentagon. But 2022 could be even more profound, experts say. In June, the Pentagon released a highly anticipated report on unexplained aerial phenomena (UAP), the now preferred nomenclature by some in the extraterrestrial community, which found more than 140 instances of UAPs that could not be explained. The report came after leaked military footage documented seemingly otherworldly happenings in the sky, and after testimony from navy pilots helped to somewhat destigmatize a subject that has long been defined by conspiracy theories and dubious sightings. "I'm confident that 2022 is going to be a seismic year for UFOs," said Nick Pope, who spent the early 1990s investigating UFOs for the British ministry of defence. In Congress ... a bipartisan group of senators has been pushing for years for the government to release more information on UFOs, and from the US defense department and intelligence community. For years, pilots had refused to share tales of their UFO experiences, worried of being labeled kooks. The account of the navy pilots was given credibility, however, by leaked military footage which showed an oval flying object near a US navy ship off San Diego, and separate videos which showed triangular-shaped objects buzzing around in the sky.

Note: Watch the CBS 60 Minutes segment on this webpage