Not long ago, we were tossing around the idea that 2017 would be a year of finding out just where we stand in the universe. Last year, most people who had a keen interest in exposing the truth about life in space continued to face an uphill battle to get the government to disclose what it knows about UFO phenomena. By May, hopes were high that complete UFO disclosure by 2017 could be a real possibility, as a candidate from a major political party, Hillary Clinton, was profiled about disclosure with the New York Times.
I commented at the time that it seemed particularly odd that a presidential candidate would be so open about the UFO alien controversy. John Podesta, Hillary Clinton’s campaign Chairman was a guest on CNN’s “The Lead,” with Jake Tapper to talk aliens and how Hillary Clinton wants to disclose the alien truth and open the files on Area 51. Podesta has made his interest in the possibility of alien life and conspiratorial leanings toward Area 51 well known, during his time serving in the Obama Administration.
I also commented that in the past, it was political suicide to bring up the idea of disclosure.
In the case of Podesta and Hillary Clinton, we see that e-mail scandals and various investigations into sexual misconduct, we can speculate that the political suicide trend has not abated.
The election of Donald Trump may well ensure UFO disclosure in the near future, whether or not that is his intent. And there are no guarantees Mrs. Clinton would have been able to disclose anything, as she added the proviso that she would only disclose anything not related to national security.
Bob Walker and Peter Navarro, two senior policy advisors to Trump, outline a vision of NASA that focuses on deep space research, exploration, and a strengthening of defense projects in space.
They also outline an aggressive and efficient way to accomplish these goals through public partnerships with private companies like Space X. That’s great news for science, but also great news for UFO disclosure advocates.
For science, the new focus on deep space exploration, fully-funded and operating with larger budgets for research and development, could provide information about our solar system than what science knows now. It could signal new data for physicists to hone their understanding of space, time, gravity, and more. It could revolutionize our understanding of biology, geology, and metallurgy.
For UFO disclosure advocates, that translates into more equipment, cameras, and people in space. With so much traffic going up, so too should UFO sightings there would be more data to study, and more ammunition to argue for disclosure. It could, by accident, create a scenario for open contact with non-government officials if a private company were to induce contact.
Ellen Stofan the Chief Scientist of NASA has stated that she thinks that we’re going to have strong indications of life beyond Earth within a decade , she said officially that she thinks we’re going to have definitive evidence within 20-30 years.
“We’re on the verge of things that people have wondered about for millennia. Within all of our lifetimes we’re going to understand that there is life on other bodies in the solar system. We’re going to understand the implications of that for life here on Earth,” Stofan continues.
NASA has already discovered more than 5,000 planets which can easily sustain life forms.
However, Stofan has since left NASA.
Stofan’s resignation comes amid other administrative shakeups within the agency, including calls by other top officials not to worry about the incoming presidential administration.
Another interesting move towards disclosure is that yesterday, the CIA published a trove of declassified documents online for the first time this week, including reports from as far back as the 1940s on topics like the Cold War, thousands of pages of daily briefings from two presidential administrations and eerie, unexplained UFO sightings.
Roughly 930,000 documents — more than 12 million pages in all — were posted Tuesday to the spy agency’s Reading Room, a searchable database of the documents that was previously only available to the public at the National Archives in College Park, Maryland.
Users who enter “UFO” into the database can find more than 1,738 results, with publication dates spanning from 1942 through 2009. One document, originally published on Aug. 3, 1966, detailed an “unusual phenomenon” on the horizon near the border between Iran and the USSR.
The CIA had disseminated historical declassified documents to its CIA Records Search Tool (CREST) since 1999, and agency officials said the new searchable documents reflect the CIA’s commitment to increased accessibility.
The published documents cover a wide range of other topics, including the early history of the spy agency, the Cold War and believe it or not proof of Project Star Gate.
Project Star Gate was one of many of the CIA’s experiments. The agency spent years exploring the possibilities of unlocking the potential of the human brain. Once again, these documents sound like they were ripped straight out of the TV show, “Stranger Things.”
Perhaps their strangest experiment involved celebrity psychic Uri Geller, whom they thought had access to a number of extraordinary mental powers. Geller claimed, at the time, to be able to, “see” hidden drawings, find buried metal and bend spoons with his mind.
The CIA put Geller’s claims to the test with help from scientists at the Stanford Research Institute in 1973. Geller was locked in a shielded room and asked to recreate a “target picture” drawn by an experimenter down the hall.
And, while Geller failed several times, he succeeded often enough to convince the CIA that he was psychic. “As a result of Geller’s success in this experimental period, we consider that he has demonstrated his paranormal perceptual ability in a convincing and unambiguous manner,” the CIA report concluded.
The results show the CIA had a pretty broad definition of success for the tests. For instance, when the target picture was a camel, “Geller felt unsure and passed, but his first choice was drawing a horse.” And in another case, when the target was a flying seagull, Geller said he saw a flying swan. He drew several birds and said that he was sure his drawing was correct, which it was.
In the journal, we read that, “Recently a series of radio messages was heard coming from outer space. The transmission was not continuous, but cut by pauses into pieces which could be taken as units, for they were repeated over and over again. The pauses show here as punctuation. The various combinations have been represented by letters of the alphabet, so that the messages can be written down. Each message except the first is given here only once. The serial number of the messages has been supplied for each reference.”
This means that the NSA has already received intelligence briefings on extraterrestrial messages and has created a translation key to understand their messages. This is similar to what was seen in the movie arrival where linguists were trying to decipher the alien language using a logographic system.
The man who created the key for the NSA is Dr. Howard H. Campaigne is one of the top cryptologists on the planet with years and years of service to Naval Security Group, Army Security Agency, National Security Agency, and a couple of other such alphabet organizations.
Campaigne started his crypto career for the government during World War II and has been a key and integral part of our U.S. security and intelligence ever since. In other words, he is part of a very small, very select group who are considered the cream of the crop in Cryptology.
Dr. Campaigne’s presentation to the NSA on decoding the extraterrestrial messages was not a hypothetical exercise.
This is truly remarkable information. No one from the government has stepped in front and confirmed that ET exists. But, here we have the most secret intelligence organization in the U.S.A., the National Security Agency, disclosing openly that there has been contact with intelligent extraterrestrials. Not only that, we have decoded their messages.
It is not unprecedented for official documents concerning UFOs/extra-terrestrial life to be released in a trickle to the public. This previously occurred with the “Majestic Documents,” beginning in the 1980’s, which were released by “White Hats” in the CIA and others in the U.S. national security apparatus to UFO/exopolitics researchers.
The Majestic documents were released over an approximate twenty year period starting from 1984. They have been investigated by leading UFO researchers such as Dr. Robert Wood, who has used rigorous document verification techniques to confirm their authenticity.
The Majestic documents have cast light on many dark corners of the highly-classified world of extraterrestrial life and advanced technologies. The release of the Majestic documents is an example of how the release of even a trickle of documents can help enormously in preparing the public for the truth.
It can be said that the trickle down method of disclosure is being used to ease panic. It is also interesting to note the some if not all of these documents have various redactions in them which make it hard to find conclusive evidence to support some of the claims and events.
Although most people have if not a conviction, at least a sneaking suspicion there is more to the story than weather balloons or military tests, disclosing the extraterrestrial reality will still result in a great shock.
Some will have their most cherished beliefs shattered in a matter of seconds; others will feel frightened and even terrified in the most primal, overwhelming way.
This is why we can theorize that the mainstream media reports political stories rather than focusing on science breakthroughs and documents that show that intelligence operations continue to have an interest in the alien UFO phenomenon.
As a civilization, we are neurotic and violent. And we have a tendency to turn any new scientific discovery into a weaponizing opportunity for the military industrial complex. UFO disclosure can easily be used in preparation for another war under false pretenses, this time of interplanetary proportions.
The NSA revelations and data dumps from the CIA mean that we have been examining the alien question for a long time – and this could lead to other speculations about a secret space program and possible break away civilizations.
However, the alien question has been around for as long as man has looked up.