Wednesday, 31 January 2018

UFO's & The Military - Mac's UFO News January 2018 (Ep. 1 S5)

By Mac's UFO News

U.K. Ministry of Defence UFO Files /  Nick Pope / U.S. Pentagon Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Programme / UFO Truth Magazine / U.S. Senator Harry Reid / To The Stars Academy / UFO's In The News / Neil Degrasse Tyson / Leslie Kean / CIA Assisted Photographers / Celebrity UFO Sightings / Kendrick Lamar / Kesha / Robbie Williams / Jo Wood / UFO's In The News Part II / Luis Elizondo / Leslie Kean / David Fravor / Jim Slaight / Items of Interest / Alien Ocean Nasa's Mission to Europa / Kilo Power Space Reactor

Monday, 29 January 2018

Pentagon DOES have 'mystery metals that came from UFOs' says former government insider

THE US Government has stored away mystery metals thought to have come from UFOs that were visiting Earth, according to a former British MoD insider.

In December the New York Times revealed details of a top-secret Department of Defense (DoD) prorgamme to investigate any threat from UFOs that ended in 2012.
The report about the DoD £16 million Advance Aerial Threat Identification Programme (AATIP) also astonishingly claimed that the material, that was said to be “unknown to science” following tests, was stored in buildings modified by a private aerospace company which was paid huge amounts of money by the DoD to research the phenomenon and look after the “metal alloys.”
The AATIP was run by military intelligence official, Luis Elizondo, on the fifth floor of the Pentagon’s C wing.
Mr Elizondo resigned to form UFO research group To The Stars Academy with former Blink 182 singer Tom DeLonge.
The bulk of the money went to Bigelow Aerospace in Las Vegas, run by billionaire US businessman Robert Bigelow, who is also working with NASA to create a new expandable spacecraft.
However, no images have surfaced of the alleged material, nor have any details of where it was found, or any reports of tests carried out on it.
Ralph Blumenthal, one of the reporters who worked on the story, later clarified: "They have, as we reported in the paper, some material from these objects that is being studied so that scientists can find what accounts for their amazing properties, this technology of these objects, whatever they are.
"It's some kind of compound that they don't recognise.
"We printed as much as we were able to verify. Can't go beyond that."
After a number of claims about the accuracy of the report emerged, Nick Pope, who previously investigated the potential threat posed by UFOs for the British MoD, came forward to back the report's claims.
Although his enquiries in the 1990s revealed no such threat existed, and no metals were found in the UK, he is convinced mystery metal is being stored in the US.

Pentagon UFO disclosure the first step to induce martial law, claim members of MUFON

By Nirmal Narayanan

Alien buffs were all pulled into a state of ecstasy last month when Pentagon openly admitted that they have conducted a $22 billion secret project to study UFO sightings which happened in the country. In the meantime, a video filmed by a US Navy pilot which featured a UFO flying after 'defying laws of physics' had also gone viral. Even though many alien buffs consider this a solid proof of extra-terrestrial life, some members in MUFON (Mutual UFO Network) is skeptical about the Government's move.

In the latest meeting of MUFON conducted in Washington DC last Saturday, Jan.20, some members of the UFO research organization have raised questions over the government's motive behind the disclosure. According to these skeptics, there is a big conspiracy planned by the government in the midst of an indirect alien disclosure.

According to reports, these theorists stated that the government is planning to foray extra-terrestrials as the next dangerous threats to the National Security, which will help the authorities to easily establish martial law in the country. These theorists believe that the fear of alien invasion will allow the government to spend more on military expenses, and will also help them to curtail civil liberties easily.

Martial law is usually introduced during the times of emergencies and threats, and it entails the military have direct control over civilians in the country. Martial law allows the government to take complete control over the public. People who talk against the authorities may even be jailed or killed.

Even though skeptics raised these suspicions during the meeting, a majority of the MUFON members said that this step from the government should be welcomed, as it is ultimately enabling them to bring in light truth about the extra-terrestrial life in the outer space. They also believe that the government would not have spent such a whopping amount on UFO research if it was not a reality.

Wednesday, 24 January 2018

International UFO Congress 2018 ( February 14 - 18 )

By OpenMinds

Ex-CIA chief: Keep studying UFOs

Here’s De Void asking John Brennan about The Great Taboo/CREDIT: RCLA

Shortly before taking the stage Monday morning at Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall in Sarasota to discuss his career as a Central Intelligence Agency officer, John Brennan paused backstage for a few questions from the press. Thirty-seven years in intel, his last four as President Obama’s CIA chief, 2013-17, Brennan also had the ear of the president in 1994-95. That’s when he delivered Bill Clinton’s President’s Daily Brief. And this was the so-called Rockefeller Initiative   era, when billionaire Laurance Rockefeller persistently lobbied Clinton’s White House Office of Science and Technology Policy to release all government documents on the UFO issue.
Clinton left office without finding those documents, but former First Lady/former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton attempted to make UFO transparency an issue during her 2016 presidential run. Last month, The New York Times broke the story about the Pentagon’s Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification program, complete with F-18 pursuit videos and interviews with pilots and the project director, Luis Elizondo. The $22 million study was officially conducted between 2007 and 2012, but Elizondo said research is ongoing. The AATI program is said to have generated three dozen separate reports, none of which have been released.
Five years ago, same venue, Ringling College Library Association Town Hall Lecture Series, Sarasota, Van Wezel, backstage, De Void grabbed a sound bite from one of Brennan’s predecessors, then-recently retired CIA director/Secretary of Defense Robert Gates. Months earlier, the CIA’s ex-Hollywood image-spinner, a guy named Chase Brandon, had gone on record about finding a box in the CIA Historical Intelligence Collection crammed with official documentation of the alleged 1947 UFO crash in Roswell, N.M. Said he found it during the mid-1990s. Gates, a friend and colleague of Chase Brandon, declined to challenge Brandon’s story.
“As director of the CIA and Secretary of Defense,” Gates told De Void in 2013, “I think I have had every security clearance that there is available in the United States government. I first joined the government 46 years ago and I have never seen one shred of evidence or one report of any kind of UFO or remains or cadavers or anything.”
That said, here’s Brennan, the man who worked Gates’ old job until 2017,  on the record today, when queried about the Pentagon AATI initiative. America’s spymaster was cordial and unblinking:
“I think over the past several decades there have been a number of phenomena that have been observed by pilots, both commercial pilots, both military pilots, that are basically unexplained. Maybe it’s the result of some type of atmospheric conditions or something else. And so I think the Pentagon rightly is trying to understand whether or not any of these phenomena have implications as far as national security is concerned. Some people refer to it as UFO, an unidentified flying object, it’s something that is observed but there is no determination about what its origin or provenance is.
“During the course of my career, both in the CIA as well as the White House, I was aware that there were endeavors to try to discern what some of these phenomena are.” Me: What did you learn? “That most of them remain unexplained. But that shouldn’t mean that we don’t continue to pursue it. And try to apply the latest technologies and the latest science to understand what may be going on.
“We know that a number of our adversaries continue to try to look for gaps and vulnerabilities in our national defense so anything that might take place in the air, in the atmosphere, is something that I think is rightly an area for pursuit on the part of our intelligence community and Defense Department.”

Tuesday, 23 January 2018

From Kendrick Lamar to Robbie Williams, the celebs who believe in UFOs

By JJ NattrassRead

Celebrities have always been a curious bunch when it comes to beliefs, whether its

sinister cults or out-there theories. But it seems that UFOs and aliens are still top of the

list when it comes to La La Land’s favourite off-the-wall topics, with a number of high-

profile stars admitting they believe in extra-terrestrial life. Kendrick Lamar recently said

that he believes he was visited by aliens and they’re probably the reason he’s so big in

music. Speaking about the ‘encounter’ when he was six, the To Pimp a Butterfly rapper

told Howard Stern: ‘Nobody believed me then and they don’t believe me now.

Kendrick Lamar admitted that he believes he was visited by aliens and they’re probably the reason he’s so

big in music (Picture: Matt Baron/REX/Shutterstock)

‘It’s just something I can’t really describe, because it just sounds like, “Okay, you just

seen a dart go past”. That shit don’t make sense.’ He added: ‘That’s probably why I’m

doing music right now. Who knows. They probably gave me the energy.’ Another famous

face from the music world to admit to a belief in UFOs is Kesha. Appearing on the Zach

Sang Show last year, the star said she spotted alien spaceships when she was hanging out

in California’s Joshua Tree.

Another famous face from the music world to admit to a belief in UFOs is Kesha (Picture: ANGELA LUBRANO)

She told the show: ‘I swear to God, there were like five to seven, and I don’t know why I

didn’t like try to take a picture of it – I just looked at it. ‘I was sitting on a rock, and I was

like, “What in the hell is that?” I was trying to figure it out, and then they went away. I

was like, “Those are fucking aliens.” They were spaceships! ‘They look exactly how they

say the look, like little balls of fire in the sky.’ The TiK ToK singer was sure to add that

she was ‘completely sober’ during the sighting – just to rule out any theories as to why

she might be seeing things while she was out in the desert.

Robbie Williams is one celebrity who has claimed to have been visited not just once, but on multiple

occasions – lucky him (Picture: HERBERT PFARRHOFER/AFP/Getty Images)

Robbie Williams is one celebrity who has claimed to have been visited not just once, but

on multiple occasions – lucky him. Admitting that he’d had a number of run-ins with UFOs

back in 2008, the 43-year-old star told Joss Stone’s Radio 2 show that he was a believer

when it came to all things ET. Recalling one of his first encounters, the Angels singer said:

‘I was at the Beverly Hills Hotel and I was lying on my sun lounger outside at night

, looking up. ‘Then, about 300 foot above me, there was this square thing which just

passed over my head silently and then shot off.’ He then went on to describe a number of

other encounters with ‘these two big massive balls of light’ that he claimed caused an

electrical storm, and a ‘big strip of black light’ which tormented him in the recording

studio one time.

Jo Wood told James Martin that she had seen a UFO while she was on holiday (Picture: ITV)

More recently, Jo Wood told James Martin today that she had seen a UFO while she was

on holiday. Appearing on the cooking show Saturday Kitchen, she got drawn into a

conversation about aliens with the chef, as she insisted he use her own Alien Oil to cook a

dish. Explaining how she came to believed in aliens herself, the ex-wife of Rolling Stone’s

axe man Ronnie Wood told him: ‘I love aliens. I saw a UFO once and I realised that we are

not alone.’

Clearly tickled by her revelation, James quipped: ‘Was that back on the tour in 60s/70s?’

Jo squealed: ‘I knew you were going to say that! ‘No, it was a few years ago. About 10

years ago I was on holiday with Ronnie and the kids, and he said, “Jo, there’s some weird

lights out here”. It was dark and we were on the beach… and we went outside, and there

over the sea there were these lights going onto the sea.’ She added: ‘I looked at it and

thought, “What the hell is that?!” And he ran in to get his glasses and as I was watching it

just lifted up, and zoomed up so fast, and stopped dead and then it was gone. That was a

UFO if ever I saw one.’ And they’re just the tip of the iceberg, as the likes of Tom Cruise,

Halle Berry, Demi Lovato, Blink-182’s Tom DeLonge and Katy Perry have all admitted to

believing that there is life elsewhere in the universe.