Photo: A UFO was photographed by a government employee near Holloman Air Development Center in New Mexico on Oct. 16, 1957. The photo was released by the Aerial Phenomena Research Organization.

The Pentagon Is Reporting More and More On UFOs: Why?

Officially, the U.S government has only just begun investigating the phenomenon of Unidentified Foreign Objects (UFOs) when it set up the All- Domain Anomaly Resolution Office’ or ‘(AARO) in 2022. Unofficially, the U.S government is perhaps doing what insiders call “acclimatization” – preparing the public for some big announcement on Extra-Terrestrial (E.T) life. Because a sudden shocking revelation would not be a good idea. Planetary panic could ensue.

Last December, the ODNI, the intelligence division of the Pentagon, officially released an unclassified portion of the 2022 Unidentified Airborne Phenomena (UAP) Report on Unidentified Foreign Objects (UFOs, now renamed as UAPs) that have been identified and reported to the agency since 2002. The document, released at a congressional hearing, covered 510 UAP reports submitted by various agencies, including NASA, the Department of Energy, NOAA, and the FAA, documented up to late August 2022.

According to the report, the number of registered “encounters with the unknown” has increased significantly over the past year.

Out of 366 newly-registered sightings, 26 were characterized as Unmanned Aircraft Systems or objects that looked like one, and 163 were identified as “balloon or balloon-like entities.” Another 6 were attributed to clutter.

The agency evaluated 366 newly-registered UAP sightings. 26 of them were classified as Unmanned Aircraft Systems (drones) or objects that looked like one. Out of these, 163 were attributed to “balloon or balloon-like entities” while six were found to be airborne clutter (such as plastic bags and birds).

However, the Pentagon said it could not explain over 170 reports of UFO sightings.

The document partially attributed the dramatic increase of UFO sightings to “a better understanding of the possible threats that UAP may represent, either as safety of flight hazards or as potential adversary collection platforms.” Another reason is the “reduced stigma surrounding UAP reporting,” it added.

The report also said that “UAP events continue to occur in restricted or sensitive airspace, highlighting possible concerns for safety of flight or adversary collection activity.”

In December 2022, the US Department of Defense maintained that it has not found any evidence of alien activity despite having received an unprecedented wave of reports about unexplained aerial phenomena.

What Insiders Think

But insiders say something else is going on. In the Internet age of decentralized information, it is perhaps becoming more and more difficult for the U.S government to keep top secret information, top secret. So, the idea of officially investigating UFOs is part of a wider strategy to gradually acclimatize public opinion to uber top secret information: E.Ts are real. How would people take it that they are not alone in the universe? That there is good evidence of more sophisticated intelligence out there, with literally mind-bending technologies that far surpass what exists here? And what do they mean to do with us? Do they mean harm, or do they come as friends?

At the very least, the synchronicity is astonishing. Unbeknownst to the world, President Biden just signed into law what in the mirror of time could well be remembered as a epoch-opening legislation that provides for a whole new level of powers and resources for the ‘All- Domain Anomaly Resolution Office’ or ‘(AARO)’. Most significantly, the law marks a turning point in the way the US has so far handled the subject of UFOs, allowing henceforth anyone who has signed an official US government secrecy agreement related to UAP to reveal that information to AARO and to Congress without fear of retribution or prosecution, and regardless of the level of classification.

On December 16, 2017, the New York Times, The Washington Post, and Politico revealed that the American government gave the DoD (Department of Defense) $22 million in tax payers’ money to fund a secret research program – the “Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP)” – to study UFOs.

One theory is that the US government leaked this information to the press to prepare public opinion for controlled disclosures in the future. The fact that the articles were released on the same day and in the same manner – front page headline news – suggests a set-up by the U.S government to control the story. In the book, Making Contact, Grant Cameron explains the logic behind the communication strategy of the U.S government in a chapter titled “UFO Disclosure and the Theory of Wow”:

“I maintain that sort of strategy has been part of a simultaneous government-run cover-up and a government-run disclosure. For instance, if they wanted to disclose the truth about UFOs, they would stand the president up and we would be told what’s going on. But they’re not disclosing, and they are not covering up. And at the same time, there have been a massive number of leaked government documents over the years to the UFO community. I think what they are doing is a controlled slow leak.”

Interestingly enough, this is exactly what the U.S government could be doing with the 2022 Unidentified Airborne Phenomena Report. The official line is that there is no evidence of alien activity but curiously enough, the report recognizes a puzzling 170 reports of UFO sightings which it cannot explain.

According to Cameron, the government’s strategy is deliberately incongruous – “a sort of double speak”, he says – because if the government admitted anything concrete about alien activity, this would mean official disclosure and with it, a leap into the unknown:

“I think if the government ever confirmed the release of real, honest information, it could mean official disclosure. That’s game over; the cover-up falls apart. That is not happening, but what is happening is a gradual slow-leaking disclosure,” Cameron writes.

The goal is to control the story. Cameron explains this by using the example of the CIA:

“Take a look at the CIA. This was how an actual example of the process was described to me. If you are directing a movie in Hollywood about the CIA and they hear about it, they have two choices. One, they can either kill you, or two, they manage the direction they want you to go. What I was told they do is call you up and they say: “I hear you’re making a movie on the CIA. We would like to come by and see if we can help you get some background information on what you are doing. Then they start feeding you material to make sure you go in the direction they want. It’s a quid pro quo. That is how it’s done.”

In 2006, the British Government released a partially declassified version of the final report of Project Condign which sought to provide an intelligence assessment of the UFO phenomenon. The report confirms the existence of substantial top secret intelligence on UFOs/UAPs (Unidentified Aerial Phenomena) activity:

“That UAP exist is indisputable. Credited with the ability to hover, land, take off, accelerate to exceptional velocities, and vanish, they can reportedly alter their direction of flight suddenly and clearly can exhibit aerodynamic characteristics well beyond those of any known aircraft or missile—either manned or unmanned.”

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