The video leaked a few months ago and showed a pyramid/triangular UFO/UAP through nightvision tech. This week, the Pentagon confirmed that the video is authentic video captured by the US Navy. https://youtu.be/WIxb_-ETAdY Pentagon spokesperson Susan Gough said in a statement: "I can confirm that the referenced photos and videos were taken by Navy personnel." That's about all we got though. The Department of Defense will say nothing further about the video or what their investigation of these strange sightings has turned up. Gough continued: "As we have said before, to maintain operations security and to avoid disclosing information that may be useful to potential adversaries, DOD does not discuss publicly the details of either the observations or the examinations of reported incursions into our training ranges or designated airspace,
Sky Hub – the new do-it-yourself crowd-sourced project that aims to scour the sky across the globe looking for UFO/UAP phenomenon.
We've all thought it. Wouldn't it be nice to have a camera permanently pointed toward the sky, constantly recording and looking for UFO/UAPs? Let's take it a step further. Wouldn't it be nice to have a worldwide network of skyward-pointed devices, scouring the sky for UFOs, collecting, analyzing, and storing data and sharing it in a publicly-accessible database of sightings? That's precisely what Sky Hub intends to achieve - and we think they've got a really good chance of pulling this off. The Sky Hub project aims to coordinate a global network of smart sensor technologies that will upload unusual phenomena spotted in the sky to a unified (cloud-based) database. Data is then processed by artificial intelligence (AI) software to tease out anomalies that look like
American Airlines, FBI, and FAA confirm crew reported high-speed cylindrical UFO over New Mexico on Feb 21, 2021.
A Cylindrical UFO spotted over Laredo, Texas American Airlines Flight 2292 was en route from Cincinnati, Ohio to Phoenix, Arizona on February 21, 2021 when the crew spotted a high-speed cylindrical object at approximately 37,000 feet near Clayton, New Mexico. About 9 minutes later, the pilot contacted Albuquerque Air Route Traffic Control Center in a recording captured by amateur radio listeners. "This is 2292. Do you have any targets up here? We just had something go right over the top of us. I hate to say this, but it looked like a long, cylindrical object that almost looked like a cruise missile type of thing—moving really fast and went right over the top of us." Local air traffic interfered with the transmission and Albuquerque Center was unable to
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
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
After the U.S. Defense Department admitted to videos showing unexplained UAPs on Monday, Japan's Defense Ministry announced plans to draw up protocols for encounters with UFOs. The protocols will include procedures for response tasks, recording requirements, and encounter reporting. Japanese Defense Minister Taro Kono did not admit to any military sightings. Sources: Nippon
History has shown that during troubled times, the number of UFO sightings increases. The last major outbreak was during the 1940-1950 period when earthlings were just coming to terms with their newfound darling, nuclear armaments. This week, that National UFO Reporting Center announced a nearly two-fold rise in UFO sightings during 2019, one of the most turbulent years in recent memory. NURC says 5,971 sightings were reported in 2019. California led the country with Florida coming in a close second. Washington came in third with 222 sightings last year, an increase of 51 from 2018. The rise in sightings was accompanied by an odd spate of drone-swarms reported in Colorado and the Navy’s coming to terms with UAPs by declaring they had captured multiple unexplained phenomena on
Navy officially acknowledges recent US Navy UFO/UAP videos are real and the objects shown remain officially unexplained.
We’ve posted videos and written about these US Navy UFO/UAP videos over the past few years (see relevant links below). This week, the Navy has finally admitted that the videos are real. The objects captured by Navy pilots are unidentified and inexplicable. Navy spokesman Joseph Gradisher told reporters: “The Navy designates the objects contained in these videos as unidentified aerial phenomena.” The videos show UAPs with audio of confused pilots discussing the sightings. The Navy states that the videos have never been cleared for public release hinting that the original leaks several years ago, along with news that the Navy was continuing to run a top-secret UAP investigative program (the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program), were purposefully released by Navy personnel who felt the public should know
It’s a hot topic today – UFOs – and they’re now being discussed openly, and seriously by the media. Just this month a discussion about the elusiveness of UFOs was reported in the scientific journal, Space. History channel reported on sightings near nuclear facilities. Live Science ran a story recounting UFO sightings documented by the Pentagon’s Advance Aerospace Threat Identification Program. Popular Mechanics reported President Trump and Senators had been briefed on UFO sightings. And CNN ran a story about the large number of pilots reporting UFO encounters. UFOs are big news right now – and the number of reports are only accelerating. Why has the number of UFO reports increased? Possibly the large number of conflicts around the world keep the public’s eye to the
Elementary school teacher decides after many years to finally release photo of UFO he sighted near Laredo, Texas
A Texas elementary school teacher has come forward with a photo of a UFO he took around 2014. Marcelino Castillo, of San Antonio, worried about releasing the photo for fear people would "think I was crazy" but says he ultimately decided to share the stunning picture on Facebook. Castillo says he was about 30 minutes north of Laredo, Texas when he noticed an odd, rectangular object moving slowly across the sky. He thought it was an airplane but decided to take a picture anyway to capture the beautiful sunset. Afterward, it became clear the object was not an airplane. Castillo says the sighting made him a "believer". "With all the technology and Photoshopping people do nowaday, I've been skeptical about sightings like these, but when it happens
Pentagon administrator says “metal from crashed UFOs” are stored in Bigelow warehouse near Las Vegas
Regular readers are familiar with Robert Bigelow, the Budget Suites of America owner who used his vast fortune to start Bigelow Aerospace, a space technology company based in North Las Vegas, Nevada. Bigelow Aerospace works on various space technologies for the US government (and several other foreign governments). He is admittedly a firm believer in UFOs. More specifically, he believes aliens have and are present on Earth today. In a 2017 TV interview, Bigelow confirmed that he believed in aliens when he told reporters: “There has been and is an existing presence, an ET presence. And I spent millions and millions and millions – I probably spent more as an individual than anybody else in the United States has ever spent on this subject.” This week, Luis
Mysterious object discovered on ocean floor – researcher believes ex-astronaut may have found evidence of extra-terrestrial visitation to Earth
Astronaut Gordon Cooper studies the ocean from space Astronaut Gordon Cooper, a firm believer in UFOs and extraterrestrials, spent much of his time in space examining oceans for unusual formations and odd magnetic “anomalies”. Using special long-range detection equipment, Cooper was tasked by the US government to scout the ocean’s waters for threats – Russian submarines or nuclear missile sites. Cooper kept meticulous notes on what he saw including coordinates of anomalies he spotted from space. When Cooper arrived back on Earth, he began a decades-long search for the objects he had seen hidden under the depths of the ocean. During his searches, he created detailed maps of his discoveries including notes regarding ships that had sunk in the area. Before his death, he passed all of
This week, one of the clearest videos of a triangular-shaped UFO emerged. Shot on January 26, 2018 (according to the video timestamp), using an automobile dashcam at an undisclosed location, the UFO is seen flying in from the left, behind a tree, and then off the top right-hand side of the video. The characteristic three-light, unblinking pattern on the bottom of the craft is clearly visible in the video. Some believe this to be a rare video capture of the TR-3B (TR-3 Black Manta) spy/surveillance aircraft, a "black project" protocol created and flown by the United States Air Force. The only evidence for the aircraft is based on several reported sightings of the mysterious flying wing aircraft over Antelope Valley, an area of desert in southern
Pentagon admits running top-secret UFO investigation program since 2007 – and UAP evidence they uncovered is stunning
The time may be upon us – the long-awaited momentous day the US government admits the existence of intelligent extraterrestrial life. This week, two major UFO-related announcements left us stunned and excited. On December 16, 2017, the New York Times revealed a previously unknown secret Pentagon study of UFOs that has been running under the radar since 2007. This was quickly followed by a stunning military video from the Pentagon documenting two American fighter-pilots tracking a UFO in American airspace over San Diego. Many are calling the video the best UFO evidence to date. Pentagon reveals secret $22 million UFO program At a cost of $22 million/annual in black money, it was officially classified in the budget as the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program. But this wasn’t