A report on UFOS, “Advanced Aerial Threats,” or unidentified aerial phenomena UAPs was set into motion as part of the COVID-19 relief bill signed by Donald Trump in December last year. There in the bill, the Senate Intelligence Committee’s Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2021 contained a comment to request the official report.
“The report shall be submitted in unclassified form but may include a classified annex,” the committee wrote.
Now, the report is fast approaching, possibly by June 1, 2021. Even Snopes has confirmed the impending unclassified report, a surreal moment for Snopes.
Already, Trump’s former Director of National Intelligence, (DNI) John Ratcliffe, is making waves about what may be included. Ratcliffe appeared on Fox News with journalist Maria Bartiromo. There, he revealed that UFOs have been recorded breaking the sound barrier without a sonic boom. But, that’s not possible, right?
Moreover, he confirmed there were many more UFO sightings than publicly known. Suddenly, after decades of dismissing talk of UFOs, the Washington Examiner and mainstream news sites seem to suddenly be taking them with more seriousness.
Again, it’s a surreal moment to see UFOs’ mainstream news coverage, almost as strange as UFO reports to begin with.
More UFO Sightings Than You Think
When the UAP report comes out in June, it will include updates by the Pentagon, the Secretary of Defense, the Director of National Intelligence, the CIA, and other spy agencies.
Ratcliffe says he wanted to declassify information regarding UAPs before he left office but wasn’t able to declassify it “quickly enough.”
According to the former DNI, the reports may include unexplainable sightings from Navy and Air Force pilots and satellite imagery. So far, only some of the sightings have been declassified.
“Frankly, there are a lot more sightings than have been made public. Some of those have been declassified,” said Ratcliffe.
Thus, if what he’s saying is true, then the government has known about far more sightings than revealed in the three confirmed authentic Navy UAP videos we’ve saw last year.
And, it would seem the government may have evidence far beyond the questionable material released in the thousands of files recently declassified by the CIA.
No Explanations for UFOs
The UFOs “frankly engage in actions that are difficult to explain, movements that are hard to replicate that we don’t have the technology for, that are traveling at speeds that exceed the sound barrier without a sonic boom,” he said.
Surely, traveling beyond the sound barrier with no sonic boom would be a game-changer. Although such technology doesn’t seem possible for human-made aircraft, we recently discussed Navy’ UFO Patents’ capable of such aerial feats. For example, one patent visible to the public is for a High-Frequency Gravitational Wave Generator.
Although Ratcliffe says the government experts look for plausible explanations, including the possibility that foreign countries may have advanced tech, he confirms:
“There are instances where we don’t have good explanations for some of the things we’ve seen. When that information becomes declassified, I’ll be able to talk a little bit more about that,” Ratcliffe continued.
Worldwide Sightings Picked Up by ‘Multiple Sensors’
A visibly shocked Maria Bartiromo pressed Ratcliffe to elaborate on where the UAPs were seen. Then, a seemingly amused Ratcliffe confirms the sightings have taken place all over the world.
“When we talk about sightings, the other thing that I’ll tell ya is it’s not just a pilot or just a satellite or some intelligence collection. Usually, we have multiple sensors that are picking up these things.”
Repeating himself, Ratcliffe seems to be preparing us for what may be in the June UAP report.
“So, again, some of these are just unexplained phenomenon, and there’s actually quite a few more than have been made public. So, I think it’ll be healthy for as much as this information to get out there as possible, so the American people can see some of the things that we’ve been dealing with,” said Ratcliffe.
At this point, Ratcliffe’s grin seems to speak volumes.
Can This Year Get Any Weirder?
After taking it all in, a stunned Bartiromo said, “Wow. Ok, well, that is pretty extraordinary. We so appreciate that.”
“Can this year get any weirder?” she continued with a hand gesture. “Pandemic. Shutdown. UFOs,” she said.
Yes, we can all agree that events from 2020 to 2021 have thus far been dramatic and beyond belief.
See the exchange in its full from Paradigm Shift UFO Channel:
A Different Form of Life?
The Washington Examiner noted that another former member of the US intelligence community recently spoke out about UFOs.
“Former CIA Director John Brennan said on a podcast with US economist Tyler Cowen in December that the videos from Navy pilots ‘are quite eyebrow-raising when you look at them.'”
In one regard, Brennan went further than Ratcliffe, pointing that the activity might be connected to a “different form of life.”
Brennan also said he thinks “some of the phenomena we’re going to be seeing continues to be unexplained and might, in fact, be some type of phenomenon that is the result of something that we don’t yet understand and that could involve some type of activity that some might say constitutes a different form of life,” wrote Daniel Chaitin.
Former Intelligence and Space Chiefs
Now that former Intelligence Chief Ratcliffe speaks openly about unidentified aircraft, it seems likely that the June UAP report could contain important information.
On the other hand, given the history of UFO coverups and the recent highly-redacted CIA document dump, it wouldn’t be at all surprising if the report was underwhelming. After all, we know it will have a classified annex.
At most, we might learn that UFO sightings are widespread and fly at speeds exceeding our aircraft. On the other hand, perhaps we’ll learn something incredible after all? Perhaps, UFOs are capable of travel from other worlds?
Recently, former Israeli space security chief Haim Eshed made jaw-dropping claims that former President Trump knew about a Galatic Federation of ETs working with the US government in an underground base on Mars.
Eshed believed Trump “was aware of the extraterrestrials’ existence and had been ‘on the verge of revealing’ information but was asked not to in order to prevent ‘mass hysteria.'”
Now, we really would have a paradigm shift if the mainstream media confirmed anything remotely like Eshed’s claims. Could what we learn cause hysteria or instead usher in a new age of potential space travel? (Or both?)
As Bartiromo said, “Can this year get any weirder?” We’re about to find out.
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