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Former Pentagon U.F.O. Program Director Says ‘Compelling Evidence’ Of Alien Life

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Former Pentagon U.F.O. Program Director Says ‘Compelling Evidence’ Of Alien Life

A year ago, the New York Times stunned the world of mainstream media when it published an article validating a Department of Defense (DoD) “secret program” that investigates claims of U.F.O.s inside the military. The article was so compelling that it caused the DoD to admit the program does, in fact, exist.

The article, Glowing Auras And ‘Black Money:’ The Pentagon’s Mysterious U.F.O. Program, claimed the DoD uses $22 million to fund the program, otherwise known as the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program. The Pentagon made it difficult to trace the money, or determine by way of common sense investigating, that any U.F.O. investigatory program existed at all.

But alas, occasionally our mainstream media friends find real news through means of truthful reporting. This NYTimes article was undoubtedly one of those cases.

Today, old “alien investigation program” drama is causing journalists to dive down an even deeper rabbit hole of sci-fi narrative. The Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program was canceled in 2012, but one has to believe that on some level, the program continues in a much deeper concealed vault.

Luis Elizondo, the former head of the program, resigned from the program for some rather curious, maybe even scary, reasons. Elizondo claims that some top brass are a bit too “dismissive” over ideas of aliens and U.F.O.s. According to Newsrep, Elizondo believes we are not likely alone in this universe.

“My personal belief is that there is very compelling evidence that we may not be alone. These aircraft—we’ll call them aircraft—are displaying characteristics that are not currently within the U.S. inventory nor in any foreign inventory that we are aware of. Things that don’t have any obvious flight services, any obvious forms of propulsion, and maneuvering in ways that include extreme maneuverability beyond, I would submit, the healthy G-forces of a human or anything biological.”

But what’s more compelling is Elizondo’s assertion that DoD top brass are obstructing further investigations into all matters of alien life.

“Despite overwhelming evidence at both the classified and unclassified levels, certain individuals in the [Defense] Department remain staunchly opposed to further research on what could be a tactical threat to our pilots, sailors and soldiers, and perhaps even an existential threat to our national security.”

The argument in Elizondo’s case, of course, is that there is not much in the ay of compelling alien evidence. So the DoD’s obstruction could be interpretted as reasonable on their end, no matter what anyone believes.

But it does seem that the DoD program was indeed involved in a spectacular bullet list of odd investigations. By way of Robert Bigelow’s Bigelow Aerospace through a government contract, the program funded deeper dives into all types of space activities. Bigelow is well-known for his position on the potential for alien life.

Let’s have a look at the exacts per the documents that were released via the Freedom of Information Act.

“Based on interest from your staff regarding the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA)’s role in the Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program (AATIP) please find attached a list of all products produced under the AATIP contract for DIA to publish,” the cover letter reads. “The purpose of AATIP was to investigate foreign advanced aerospace weapons threats from the present out to the next 40 years.”

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Notice, Lockheed Martin is listed by “harness cold fusion.”

The documents prove beyond a reasonable doubt that our government, along with massive DoD contract partners, are deeply concerned with the great unknown. “Manipulating gravity” is yet another study on the list, which is something many people have been told is nothing more than conspiracy theory. At a price tag of $22 million, it is safe to say that the United States government is lending credence to these ideas, rather than dismissing them.

Here is Elizondo making an appearance on CNN.

And of course, aliens (this article wouldn’t be legit if we didn’t have some solid U.F.O. footage).


Author: Jim Satney

PrepForThat’s Editor and lead writer for political, survival, and weather categories.

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