The Pentagon declassifies 1,500 UFO documents: “They exist and are a threat”
The Pentagon has released 1,574 pages of actual “X-Files” related to its secret UFO program after a four-year battle
The Sun newspaper requested a copy of all “files, reports or video files” related to the Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program (AATIP) on December 18, 2017.
Finally, after more than four years, the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) released more than 1,500 documents. These include government-commissioned scientific reports and letters to the Pentagon about the UFO program.
The DIA, the Defense Department’s espionage arm, said “parts” of the documents “must be withheld in part” due to privacy and confidentiality concerns.
Freedom of Information’s loot includes reports on the DIA’s investigation of the biological effects of UFO sightings on humans.
And this includes burns, heart problems, sleep disturbances, and even strange occurrences like “apparent kidnapping” and “unexplained pregnancy.”
The report noted that these injuries are often related to electromagnetic radiation and links them to “energy-related propulsion systems.”
And the report -prepared for the DIA- warns that such objects can be a “threat to the interests of the United States.”
Humans have been found to have been injured by “exposures to anomalous vehicles, especially in the air and when in close proximity,” it read.
The report added that it had 42 medical file cases and 300 similar “unpublished” cases in which humans had been injured after “anomalous” encounters.
The program that revealed everything
AATIP was a secret Pentagon program that ran from 2007 to 2012 to study UFOs. He was discovered by former intelligence official turned whistleblower Luis Elizondo , who ran the show in 2017.
Bombshell videos of unexplained UFO sightings by US military personnel, investigated by AATIP, were also first released at the time.
The show’s revelations marked a sea change in the way the US talks about UFOs, now better known as unidentified aerial phenomena (UAPs).
And the phenomenon has gone from being marginal to becoming a serious national security concern discussed by lawmakers, defense officials and even former presidents.
A fascinating document included in the ‘Acquisition Threat Support’ report, lays out how to categorize ‘anomalous behavior’, from encounters with ‘ghosts, spirits, and other legendary entities’ classified as ‘AN3’.
Seeing a UFO with aliens on board would be “CE3”.
Poltergeists, crop circles, spontaneous human combustion, alien abductions, and other paranormal events are also classified.
Studies on advanced technologies, such as invisibility cloaks and mind-controlled robots, are also included in the “Cahce” document.
Other documents obtained include studies on communication with extraterrestrial civilizations and plans for the exploration and colonization of deep space.
The plethora of newly released documents contains letters from Senator Harry Reid requesting that the project be classified as top secret, and documents on contractors.
It shows how Bigelow Aerospace Advanced Space Studies (BLASS) was awarded a $12 million contract, notably the only contractor to bid for the job, to study “advanced aerospace weapons threats from the present to 40 years in the future.” future”.
In a 2009 letter, Senator Reid describes how the program has already identified “several highly sensitive unconventional aerospace technologies” that required “extraordinary protection.”
His request for a “restricted special access program” for the BLASS work was rejected by DIA officials.
The Pentagon begins to declassify documents
Last year, the Pentagon released its long-awaited report on what it knows about a series of mysterious flying objects that have been observed in military airspace over the past two decades.
The report, posted on the website of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, examined 144 reports of encounters with what the government deemed an “unidentified aerial phenomenon.”
It comes as the Pentagon opens a new office to investigate UFOs, their origins and attempts to “capture or blow up” one of the mystery craft following an amendment to a defense bill introduced in the US Senate.
The dedicated unit is called the Surveillance and Troubleshooting Office (ARSO).
It will investigate whether the strange craft that have reportedly been buzzing around the US military are unknown technology from other countries… or potentially something stranger.