The UAP report has been presented to Congress – what does it tell us?

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The UAP report is with us and concludes that there is nothing conclusive to report. There are UAPs – as in Unidentified Aerial Phenomena – out there, and they have been filmed by people whose job it is to protect national security, so reliable witnesses.

A good summary of the UAP report is here at The Verge.

What the UAP report does tell us is these craft do not contain little green men. Definitely not.

What the UAP report also tells us is that 144 sightings came from US Government sources, and 80 of these were confirmed by multiple sources and equipment.

Most talk of ‘tic-tac’ shaped craft doing physically impossible things.

18 incidents, described in 21 different reports, spoke of unusual flight characteristics. Some were seen disrupting the sea somehow, and a few were seen diving into the waves.

According to slides accompanying the report: ‘Some UAP appeared to remain stationary in winds aloft, move against the wind, maneuver abruptly, or move at considerable speed, without discernable means of propulsion. In a small number of cases, military aircraft systems processed radio frequency (RF) energy associated with UAP sightings.’

The result seems to be that we now have better images to look at but no better data to work with. Even Barack Obama, who asked whether aliens existed, was told ‘no’, but things are flying around that no one can explain. Edward Snowden, who we are told plundered every secret database in America, could find no trace of aliens saying ‘Hi.’

We are now beginning to see UAP activity on Mars as well, but that is another story.

So the conversation and speculation will continue, mainly because we secretly want aliens to be among us.

And, of course, there will be questions arising from the UAP report such as ‘if you don’t know what they are, how do you know aliens are not driving them?’ And, ‘senior intelligence officers have said we are in contact with aliens, why aren’t talking about that more than we are?’

We tend to forget or ignore in our search for answers that are not forthcoming in the UAP report because we know so little about our own world that the answer may be out there, but we just can’t see it or understand what we are looking at. Many books tell you that if you eat raw vegetables and meditate, you will find yourself in touch with a higher consciousness. Yet, for some reason, we easily dismiss these stories as fiction, preferring instead to gaze into space and think that believing in aliens is less weird.

It is strange, perhaps less wind-swept, to expect aliens from above rather than depths below, where lie dragons and other nightmarish creatures.

As expected, the UAP report takes us a tiny step nearer the truth. And it could still be part of a secret plan, spanning another 100 years or so, on the road to a ‘Big Reveal.’

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The deadline for the disclosure of US UAPs looms – what will it reveal?

1 Comment

  1. Possibly the aliens’ goals have nothing to do with us, and like honey bees, go about their business without bothering us, unless you impede them….

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