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UFO Disclosure is near.
The more skeptics deny UFO’s are a real thing, the more evidence is becoming public suggesting UFOs are real and have been studied by worldwide governments for decades.
The Pentagon’s secret program on UFOs carried out a series of investigations into “exotic futuristic technologies,” a letter from Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to William Lynn III, Deputy Secretary of Defense reveals.
The documents relating to the investigation of the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP) confirm that the US they have secretly studied technologies that will allow them to exercise greater military control over other nations in the coming decades.
The ‘secret’ government program, mainly dedicated to exploring anomalous aerial phenomena, came to light at the end of last year, when a video was released about the close encounter between an F/A-18 Super Hornet fighter and an oval-shaped UFO, which, according to the pilots accounts was traveling at great speed while performing incredible movements in the air.
And now, more evidence is surfacing.
The letter has revealed succulent details about the interests of the Pentagon in the study of unidentified flying objects and advances in aerospace technology.
Although the letter does not specifically mention extraterrestrials, it seems to confirm that the senator ordered to evaluate the degree of “foreign threats” coming from space. Having that said, it seems pretty obvious, doesn’t it? After all, they weren’t talking about meteorites.
Also, the letter mentions extremely sophisticated concepts such as quantum mechanics, nuclear science, electromagnetism, antigravity, and thermodynamics. “These technologies have the potential to be used with catastrophic effects by adversaries,” Senator Reid warns in the letter, which was obtained by website Las Vegas Now.
In fact, the advancements made thanks to the technologies studied within the AATIP program are so “sensitive” that the senator suggests a stricter control by the Department of Defense and establish “SAP level” credentials (Special Access Programs), which means that it is information is to be classified above TOP SECRET.
The letter also mentions that “much progress has been made with the identification of several highly sensitive, unconventional aerospace-related findings.”
“Ultimately, the results of AATIP will not only benefit the US Government, but I believe will directly benefit the Department of Defense in ways not imagined,” he wrote.
“The technological insight and capability gained will provide the US with a distinct advantage over any foreign threats and allow the US to maintain its preeminence as a world leader.”
Of course, skeptics argue that the threats mentioned in the letter are most likely to be possible weapons and space developments made by other nations, such as Russia and China.
However, there seems to be a clear allusion that the study of the UFO Phenomenon by the AATIP has helped improve US aerospace technology, and UFO hunters and UFOlogists suggest this advancement was most likely made thanks to reverse-engineered alien technology.
The latter can be deduced from statements made last year by the former AATIP manager Luis Elizondo after secrecy was lifted regarding the existence of the ‘Alien’ Pentagon program. In the shocking statements, Elizondo claimed that “there is convincing evidence that we are not alone” and hinted that the government had access to “metamaterials” obtained from extraterrestrial crafts that have been recovered throughout the years and which safeguarded in specially modified facilities located somewhere in the Las Vegas desert.
And when a letter like this hits the fan, you have to hear what Nick Pope, an employee at the British Government’s Ministry of Defense and UFO Researcher has to say.
“These staggering revelations show just how seriously the US government took the issue. Irrespective of what they believed about the true nature of the UFO phenomenon, this letter gives a telling insight into the reasons why the Pentagon was interested, and what they thought the threats and opportunities might be,” Pope told The Metro.
However, what the document does not give us is the answer to the question of whether humanity is alone in the universe, explains the article published by the Metro. However, ‘In the MoD, we dropped the term ‘UFO’ and replaced it with ‘UAP’ (Unidentified Aerial Phenomena), both to reframe the debate and to obscure our true goals,” suggests Pope.
The AATIP program was closed down in 2012, although the New York Times reporters that exposed its work believe it is still operational in some capacity.