Month: January 2023

As we ponder Einstein’s aloofness to the Washington flying saucers of 1952, was this bizarre event a deliberate demonstration ordered by Harry Truman?

There has been some online chatter lately about Albert Einstein’s odd memo regarding flying saucers over Washington, D.C., in 1952.

As the above article informs us, Einstein says in his missive, “Those people have seen something. What it is I do not know and am not curious to know.”

Einstein’s lack of curiosity pretty much sums up the smug aloofness of the scientific establishment toward the entire subject of UFOs going back decades. However, we must welcome any fleeting mainstream interest in this crucial event in the ongoing history of UFOs. It was, to be sure, an extraordinary affair in which UFOs buzzed the nation’s capital and eluded the best fighter jets of the time.

But were these UFOs of alien origin?

Instead, I propose that this was a deliberate demonstration ordered by President Harry Truman, and that the flying saucers were in fact advanced U.S. weapons under development since the end of World War II.

For those who are unfamiliar with this critically important happening in the canon of UFO lore, this article from the History Channel is a good backgrounder:

Anyway, as I was saying, my proposal is that the UFO flyovers were, in fact, demonstrations ordered by a skeptical president to prove the value of these platforms at a time when the military was seeking greater funding for the above-top-secret weapons.

After all, Truman pulled a similar stunt earlier in his presidency, when he ordered that Northrop’s experimental Flying Wing aircraft be flown over the capital to show its prowess. Unfortunately, the demonstration was marred by engine trouble, and this damaged its credibility going forward.

By contrast, the flying saucers were a swimming success, easily out-performing state-of-the-art jet fighters. And the rest can be found somewhere in the unwritten history of UFOs and the Pentagon. But I’m not telling you anything you haven’t already considered. It’s all in Flying Saucers!

Yes, Mr. Pope, UFOs disarmed U.S. nukes, and it was probably the Pentagon

Noticed this interview with Nick Pope.

I propose this was the U.S. military demonstrating an above-top-secret method to neutralize nuclear weapons, on the theory that, if we could shut down our own nukes, that means we’d be able to shut down Soviet nukes.

So, assuming we already had advanced field-propulsion vehicles in the 1960s, this super-secret weapon was outfitted with electromagnetic pulse technology capable of bombarding the hardened electronics in nuclear missile systems. This would have temporarily taken down the system. Following this line of reasoning, only a select group of military brass would know the real story behind the events. Only they would have a “need to know,” which explains why launch officials would to this day remain clueless about the true nature of what happened.

Also, in at least one example, a flying-saucer-like vehicle was seen following a missile as it was being launched, shinning a bright light onto the missile. I propose this light was possibly a high-intensity strobe that simulated gunfire or cannon fire.

I know this all sounds wild, but is it really any crazier than space aliens?

We know something radical happened. These encounters have been documented. The sources are impeccable. Rather than ET, however, I propose that it was just us all along.

But, hey, I’m not telling you anything you don’t already know. It’s all in Flying Saucers!

Rep. Burchett is right about one thing: There is a huge UFO coverup

Congressman Tim Burchett is obviously a proponent of the wrongminded ET hypothesis – the idea that space aliens are behind UFOs – which, unfortunately, has been dominating the discussion about UFOs like FOREVER.

However, I give him kudos for being correct about one overarching issue: There is a HUGE UFO coverup in this country.  

At this point, it should be obvious that the Pentagon is hiding the truth about UFOs, in my opinion because officials have no real choice: The UFOs are above-top-secret U.S. weapons based on a revolutionary propulsion technology, call it field propulsion, antigravity, or whatever label you prefer. Therefore, the Pentagon certainly can’t tell Congress and the public the truth about these secret weapons because then they would no longer be, well, secret.

The reason human pilots can withstand the crushing G-forces that would be generated by something like the Tic Tac platform is because it is based on a different kind of physics. As our friends at Monty Python’s Flying Circus might say, and now for something completely different.

Going even further, I would suggest that the U.S. military has possessed this propulsion breakthrough, in one form or another, for many decades, going all the way back to the immediate postwar period, and it has been steadily evolving since then totally shrouded from the public.

But, hey, I’m not telling you anything you don’t already know. It’s all in Flying Saucers!

The Latest Big UFO Report is Bogus: The Pentagon Knows Exactly What They Are

So, why aren’t foreign military branches experiencing the same epidemic of UFO encounters? Why aren’t the UFOs cruising over New York City, Los Angeles, Paris, London, etc., on a regular basis?

Answer: Because the UFOs are advanced, above-top-secret U.S. weapons so classified they can’t be divulged to Congress, other members of the military, the president or anyone else lacking a “need to know.”

At this point, I don’t know what the media are confused about. There has obviously been a huge breakthrough in propulsion technology. That’s why we’re seeing these encounters taking place on U.S. military training ranges. The pilots are U.S. military pilots, and they are training exactly where they should be training, over U.S. military facilities.

The Pentagon can’t divulge what these secret weapons are because, well, then they would no longer be secret. Duh!

This means the Luis Elizondos, the Tom DeLonges, To The Stars Academy, the late Harry Reid, etc., etc., etc. … all they’ve succeeded in doing is to unwittingly expose an above-top-secret U.S. military program based on field propulsion, antigravity, or whatever label you would like to apply.