Month: March 2023

Excellent update on the UFOs-nukes mystery by a Canadian newspaper

Nicely done piece on the UFOs-nukes saga by a Canadian newspaper.

We have got to face that something extraordinary happened here. It was either the U.S. military or ET.

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

So, I’m assuming that we already had advanced field-propulsion vehicles in the 1960s. We’ve had the technology since the end of World War II. By 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.

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 on the missile. I propose this light was possibly a high-intensity strobe that simulated gunfire or cannon fire.

I know this 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!

‘Calvine UFO’ has link to top-secret U.S. weapons, ‘Belgian wave’ flap

Ok, so chalk one up for the terrestrial hypothesis.

This researcher, David Clarke, apparently has discovered, quite by accident, a link between the Calvine UFO photo and the huge Belgian wave flap from the early 1990s. This was a gigantic event in UFO lore, so this possible connection is quite tantalizing.

However, it would be VERY nice if we had the actual identity of the source.

Alien Mothership Story is Classic Pentagon Disinformation

Ok, so this is a beautiful example of the Pentagon’s legacy of UFO disinformation.

You want to prevent the public from figuring out that the UFOs are above-top-secret weapons designed, built and operated by the U.S. military, so you concoct all manner of fantastical stories to distract the media and society at large.

You enlist bona fide experts with excellent credentials. You expertly construct your products, whether they be, in this case, a research paper, or a book, or a program for the various broadcast media.

You effectively promote said product, a vehicle for your disinformation, to the media. And then you sit back and watch the coverage.   

The reason? To confuse the public at a time when people are desperately seeking the truth about UFOs. You don’t want the public to know that the most sensational of these encounters are above-top-secret U.S. weapons that employ a different type of propulsion technology, a field propulsion system. You don’t want the public to figure out that this conspiracy has been going on for decades. You don’t want the media to finally grok that this is orders of magnitude beyond Watergate and the Pentagon Papers. A conspiracy made possible by the fact that knowledge of these weapons is so compartmentalized, even the military pilots who encounter them do not understand what they are seeing. Congress, the White House, all lack a “need to know.”

In fact, keeping this secret is so critically important to national security that you develop a professional disinformation program that produces all manner of media. Books by retired military officers who purport to have encountered aliens, aerospace mavens who claim to have worked on projects to reverse-engineer alien spacecraft at Area 51, etc., etc.

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

NY Post UFO article exposes media bias toward ET hypothesis but misses one important point

Interesting article about this nation’s bizarre and unfolding UFO crisis that describes both the media’s and the government’s ostensible bias toward the ET hypothesis.

However, it fails to recognize a major feature in this strange and ongoing phenomenon. Yes, the Pentagon’s alleged quest for the truth about UFOs has been rooted in the improbable idea that the UFOs are extraterrestrial. But, equally as important, this is by design!

Ultimately, the Pentagon wants people to think it’s ET because then the media, and the public, won’t suspect that our military is operating above-top-secret weapons based on a different type of propulsion system and that this ability has existed for some time.

And, as if that weren’t crazy enough, you have the government’s official Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program unwittingly exposing these top-secret weapons because its principals were fully ensconced in the ET hypothesis.

The problem is that it’s not ET. It was never ET. The Pentagon just wants you to think it’s ET. That’s why you have the Pentagon collaborating on a research paper proposing that alien motherships are patrolling our solar system. It’s why you have top generals refusing to refute ridiculous speculation and rumors that unidentified balloons could be ET.

At the same time, we have members of Congress who don’t understand what’s going on. The military can’t reveal to Congress that these are top secret weapons because then, well, they wouldn’t be top secret.

But, hey, I’m not telling you anything you haven’t already pondered … it’s all in Flying Saucers!

Spielberg is correct – just not for the right reason — when he says the government is lying about UFOs

Ok, so Steven Spielberg thinks the government is hiding information about UFOs.

Whoa, bravo Mr. Spielberg for that Eureka! moment!

Yes, the government, or, more specifically, the Pentagon, isn’t telling the whole truth about UFOs.

This is because the most sensational ones, the Tic Tacs, the flying discs, the triangles, etc., are above-top-secret U.S. weapons based on a different type of propulsion system, a so-called field propulsion technology.

Observations also would suggest some of these vehicles are using a nuclear power plant of some sort.

The reason they are seen predominantly over U.S. military training ranges, by U.S. military pilots, during U.S. military exercises, is because they themselves are U.S. military weapons.

Despite all the mythologizing, these aren’t ET. They were never ET.

The Pentagon just wants you to think they are so you won’t catch on.

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