“If you’re not ready to find exceptional things, you won’t discover them. Of course, every argument needs to be based on evidence, but if the evidence points to an anomaly, we need to talk about an anomaly.”
– Professor Avi Loeb, chairman of Harvard University’s astronomy department
While the mainstream media goes nuts over the sea change in the UFO subject, excitedly suggesting bizarre craft are penetrating US military defences, another story is going unreported. It is no surprise that the mainstream press is keen to skip over the issues raised.
Let’s just rewind for a moment.
On the 18th of April 2019, the UK’s Metro Newspaper team reported that the US Navy had been granted the patent on a new type of aircraft utilising ‘inertial mass reduction’ involving the generation of gravity waves. In mainstream circles, gravity waves were first detected in 2016, the same year that the patent was filed.
A team of physicists kindly looked over the patent details for me and while they raised many interesting technical points the most important conclusion was that the lack of any developmental data or experimental results. Several of these scientists suggested this inadequate trail indicated the technical knowledge had resulted from reverse engineering rather than independent design. The Navy seems to be laying claim to an advanced exotic technology that was acquired from ‘someone else’.
Just five days after reporting of the gravity-wave-riding aircraft, a second story broke which further linked the US Navy to super-advanced anomalous aerial vehicles. The story published first in Politico before going viral, revealed that the Navy and other branches of the US defence community had been experiencing security breaches involving mysterious vehicles with beyond next-generation capabilities. This has eventually led to a decision to officially recognise the situation and initiate a change in reporting protocols for the fleet.
Some of the objects tracked are purportedly able to manoeuvre in ways that appear to defy the laws of known physics, moving at astonishing speeds and then coming to an immediate stop. The G-forces involved should be terminal for any human pilot.
“These things are performing hypersonic velocity in some cases. They have been officially clocked at over 13,000 mph. Unofficially, much, much faster. And by the way, these are through military capabilities. Okay? Not grandma saw some lights in the backyard,” explains Louis Elizondo, himself the former Director of the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program. Elizondo’s recently revealed secretive Department of Defence organisation was tasked with analysing anomalous aerial phenomena.
One of the incursions by anomalous aerial vehicles that interested AATIP occurred close to the USS Nimitz Carrier Strike Group in 2004 during a training exercise. The encounter with ‘impossible aircraft’, lacking wings or propulsion systems, lasted several days. Visual and electronic lock-on by US Navy fighter jets occurred, but pilots found themselves woefully outclassed by the strange capsule-shaped (spherocylinderical) objects. The Nimitz encounter is hinted at in the Politico article discussing the US Navy admissions of encounters with anomalous aerial vehicles. However, the update to reporting procedures is stated to be a result of a surprising number of instances of unidentified aircraft boldly penetrating restricted airspace.
While there is clearly a recognition here that ‘UFOs are real’ the Navy stops short of suggesting aliens are piloting the objects. It is certainly left for the public to make this intuitive leap, few people will believe Russia or China can field aircraft decades (or maybe even centuries) ahead of US technology.
Not so fast, says Tyler Rogoway, an expert in military matters as a writer for The Warzone, he provides some essential thinking points in his own coverage of the Navy’s recognition of a beyond-next-generation leap in aerial vehicles and the associated policy change. Tyler finds it slightly suspicious that the so-called ‘Tic-Tac’ encountered by the Nimitz group was putting itself in analysis range of some of the most advanced sensors the world had to offer. The Nimitz and the rest of its flotilla were linked by the most advanced networking and computer processing capability of the time and this Cooperative Engagement Capability (CEC), provided integrated air defence system architecture incorporating various detection systems. This was the very first time such a military sensing system was fielded on a Strike Group level.
This all starts to seem like an unlikely chain of strange ‘coincidences’ or more accurately a carefully planned path towards a DoD disclosure event.
The US Navy patents a beyond-next-generation aerospace technology while an object displaying similar theoretical capabilities idles right up to naval vessels ideally equipped to record its activities. Somehow, I doubt any foreign military would want their secret craft carefully studied by the US over several days. This was a perfect test scenario in which the ‘alien craft’ happily performed tricks for US Naval forces. It has since been established by multiple witnesses that the core data recorded was seized by a team of officers that boarded the Nimitz.
The videos of the Nimitz incident were first revealed to the world at large during the coverage of the AATIP revelations in a New York Times article. Current colleagues of Elizondo, now working with the To The Stars Academy, have reportedly been involved in consultations with the US Navy that helped to bring about the latest change in reporting policy (most notably Chris Mellon, a former Pentagon intelligence official). Mellon and Elizondo are both quoted in the Politico piece, offering their concerns about the lack of serious consideration given to UFOs or UAPs.
There is every reason to suspect we are being led towards an understanding that somebody is flying around in astonishing and baffling craft, but we should be very wary of the idea the Nimitz group encountered anything other than a technology wielded by elements of the US military community. The evidence points to something being brought out of the deep black projects which is intended to be passed off as ‘not one of ours’, a new craft that can operate with total impunity in any international airspace.
So, no aliens then?
Wait just a minute, what about the lack of developmental trail and the missing experimental data identifies by the physicists mentioned earlier. For decades there have been military informants claiming that the US Airforce has recovered wreckage from one or more downed extraterrestrial vehicles. So, the stories all go, our best minds were tasked with reverse engineering the acquired technologies. Could these hypersonic spherocylinderical objects be a new military drone that has resulted from these beyond top-secret engineering projects? Is this the fruit of decades of analysis applied to technologies from an advanced cosmic civilisation?
There is a good reason think the answer to the above question is a resounding yes, but, we will have to follow the rest of this carefully sculpted and controlled ‘disclosure’ (of sorts) process.
What about civilian UFO witnesses?
While every mainstream media platform has excitedly reported on the AATIP program and now the US Navy recognising the existence of anomalous aerial vehicles, there is a different story notable by its absence. Mainstream journalists seem perfectly happy to inform us that senior naval staff are sending out a message to the fleet detailing how to report encounters with anomalous aerial phenomena. These same reporters have historically been less enthusiastic write objectively on the thousands of civilian reports of these types of sightings. Make no mistake, the mainstream media has ruined civilian witnesses’ lives, readily painting them as lunatics for even daring to suggest they encountered aerial vehicles exhibiting futuristic technology. People have been brought onto televisions shows to be sat in front of comical backgrounds with little green men and dustbin lid saucers while studio audiences are carefully prompted to laugh in their faces. Shame, shame, shame on these media ‘professionals’.
The very same media organisation now telling us that UFOs are real are staffed by journalists that have set back serious research by decades and destroyed people’s reputations. When will we see some headlines that start with the word, ‘sorry’?