Month: December 2020

This week’s Coronavirus bill starts a 180-day countdown for full UFO disclosures to the nation from USA’s defense agencies.

Not many people noticed it because it was tucked away in a "committee comment", an attachment to the 5,593-page bill that automatically becomes a part of the legislation. The $2.3 trillion COVID-19 relief package was signed by President Trump on 12/27/2020. The verbiage says the bill: "Directs the [director of national intelligence], in consultation with the Secretary of Defense and the heads of such other agencies… to submit a report within 180 days of the date of enactment of the Act, to the congressional intelligence and armed services committees on unidentified aerial phenomena." This is a stunning development. The resulting report must address all "airborne objects that have not been identified" and must provide a detailed analysis of each sighting including whether or not the object could

Zodiac “340 Cipher” cracked 51 years after it was mailed to the S.F. Chronicle.

It was beginning to seem like a hoax, a jumbled mess of nonsense characters with no true meaning. But This week, the Zodiac serial killer's infamous "340 Cipher" has finally been cracked. The cipher was one of several sent in a letter to the S.F. Chronicle in November 1969 from the Zodiac, the serial killer who killed five people in the San Francisco Bay Area between 1968 and 1969. He has never been caught. David Oranchak, a 46-year-old web designer from Virginia has been working with a group to crack the code since 2006. In an interview on Friday, he told reporters, "We’ve been sitting on the solution since last Saturday. When I first started looking at the Zodiac ciphers all those years ago, I thought, ‘Oh, I

In a portending sign of the times, Wall Street is now betting on the future of water supplies.

Future contracts for water will appear on the markets for the first time in history. Future contracts are tied to the spot price of water and let investors bet on the price of water as the value of the precious resource goes up and down due to climate change. Water will join gold, oil, and other commodities being traded on Wall Street with contracts financially settled just like any other futures contract. Contracts will each represent 10 acre-feet of water, equal to about 3.26 million gallons. Tim McCourt, CME Group Global Head of Equity Index and Alternative Investment Products, explained why the water futures contracts were being issued: "With nearly two-thirds of the world's population expected to face water shortages by 2025, water scarcity presents a growing risk

Leaked military photo from 2018 shows cube-shaped UAP over the Atlantic Ocean.

UAP from Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force (UAPTF) report This UAP (unidentified aerial phenomena) image has been circulating around U.S. intelligence agencies. The photo dates back to 2018 when it was distributed in an intelligence report from the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force (UAPTF), the Department of Defense’s (DoD) official unit that investigates UAP sightings. The photo came by way of Tim McMillan, the Popular Mechanics writer that first broke the news about the Pentagon's continuation of a UFO task force in 2012. McMillan says the photo came from a "defense official who has been verified as being in a position to have access to the UAPTF’s intelligence reports". McMillan says the photo's authenticity was confirmed by there additional sources. According to the report, a military pilot encountered

Heaven’s Gate – the cult that killed themselves in order to board a waiting UFO hiding behind a comet.

Who were Heaven's Gate? Applewhite’s family could understand how the man they knew - a friendly, happy, caring Christian and devoted husband and father of two - could walk away from everything to found a cult. But that's what Marshall Applewhite did. And not just any cult. Heaven’s Gate was strange even among the bizarre New Age beliefs that were popularized in the 1970s — a time when a generation of free spirits were leaving the conventional behind to find themselves. For one, Heaven’s Gate was the first cult to go hi-tech. It had a website before most traditional businesses did, and its beliefs were meticulously spacey, involving aliens, UFOs, and talk of ascension to the “next level.” Visitors to the website were not quite sure if what