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FTR #639 The Aliens Are Coming! The Aliens Are Coming — NOT! (Part II)

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Fur­ther devel­op­ing a point of infor­ma­tion intro­duced at the con­clu­sion of FTR#638, the broad­cast begins by not­ing that a sci­en­tist has designed a pro­to­type of a sophis­ti­cat­ed elec­tri­cal fly­ing saucer. As dis­cussed in that pro­gram, there are firm indi­ca­tions that UFO’s are real, but do not come from “out­er space” and are not pilot­ed by “aliens.” UFO sight­ings con­tin­ue to make the news, with a well-pub­li­cized inci­dent in Texas gar­ner­ing world­wide, main­stream press cov­er­age. Next, the broad­cast revis­its the con­cern about the pos­si­bil­i­ty of an “inter­galac­tic war” expressed by for­mer Cana­di­an Min­is­ter of Defense and Deputy Prime Min­is­ter Paul Helly­er. The Japan­ese Defense Min­is­ter also is con­cerned about inter­plan­e­tary war­fare. The “main­stream­ing” of belief in extrater­res­tri­als is a phe­nom­e­non to be very care­ful­ly con­sid­ered. Are we being psy­cho­log­i­cal­ly pre­pared for some sort of “alien” appear­ance? The Vat­i­can has also weighed in on Space Aliens and UFOs, opin­ing that belief in the exis­tence of “extrater­res­tri­als” is not incon­sis­tent with Catholic dog­ma. A fas­ci­nat­ing man­i­fes­ta­tion of “ET Belief” con­cerns an alleged race of tall, blond “aliens” who will save us in our time of per­il! This belief in the exis­tence of “good,” tall, blond aliens who will save us should be con­trast­ed with mate­r­i­al high­light­ed in FTR#170–reca­pit­u­lat­ed on the sec­ond side of this pro­gram. “Every­body is descend­ed from space aliens, except for the black race.” The clear impli­ca­tion is that they are infe­ri­or!

Pro­gram High­lights Include: The report­ed pres­ence of mil­i­tary air­craft around the “UFO’s” sight­ed recent­ly in Texas; review of the opin­ion that ETs are real and that we may find our­selves in an inter­galac­tic war– expressed by the for­mer head of the British Min­istry of Defense’s UFO inves­tiga­tive body!

1. Fur­ther devel­op­ing a point of infor­ma­tion intro­duced at the con­clu­sion of FTR#638, the broad­cast notes that a sci­en­tist has designed a pro­to­type of a sophis­ti­cat­ed elec­tri­cal fly­ing saucer. As dis­cussed in that pro­gram, there are firm indi­ca­tions that UFO’s are real, but do not come from “out­er space” and are not pilot­ed by “aliens.” Is pro­fes­sor Roy’s dis­cov­ery actu­al­ly the first appear­ance of this type of tech­nol­o­gy, or has it been devel­oped before? “Fly­ing saucers may soon be more fact than mere sci­ence fic­tion. Uni­ver­si­ty of Flori­da mechan­i­cal and aero­space engi­neer­ing asso­ciate pro­fes­sor Sub­ra­ta Roy has sub­mit­ted a patent appli­ca­tion for a cir­cu­lar, spin­ning air­craft design rem­i­nis­cent of the space­ships seen in count­less Hol­ly­wood films. Roy, how­ev­er, calls his design a ‘wing­less elec­tro­mag­net­ic air vehi­cle or WEAV. . . .”

(“Pro­fes­sor Designs Plas­ma-Pro­pelled Fly­ing Saucer;” Sci­ence Dai­ly; 6/12/2008.)

2. UFO sight­ings con­tin­ue to make the news, with a well-pub­li­cized inci­dent in Texas gar­ner­ing world-wide, main­stream press cov­er­age: “Con­sta­ble Lee Roy Gai­tan saw the bril­liant red orbs hov­er­ing in the sky and hollered for his fam­i­ly to come out. It’s prob­a­bly an air­plane, said his wife, Wendy, who did­n’t budge from the couch. Only 8‑year-old Ryan went to the front yard. That’s a UFO, the boy said. . . . Soon, scores more said they had seen the same thing. . . . On a cold Jan­u­ary night in near­by Selden, Steve Allen, 50, and a few friends stand­ing around a fire saw a set of bril­liant white lights that were quick­er and qui­eter than any­thing they had ever seen. The lights stopped near Stephenville, recon­fig­ured to form an arch ‘shaped like the top of a foot­ball,’ Allen said, and realigned them­selves into two ver­ti­cal lines of ran­dom­ly flash­ing lights. . . . . Ten min­utes lat­er, the group saw the lights com­ing from the oppo­site direc­tion. Trail­ing them close­ly, Allen was cer­tain were two mil­i­tary jets fol­lowed by two mas­sive red orbs. . . . [Ital­ics are Mr. Emory’s.]”

(“Texas Town Recov­ers from its UFO Mania” by Denise Gel­lene [Los Ange­les Times]; San Jose Mer­cury News; 6/20/2008; p. 8A.)

3. Next, the broad­cast revis­its the con­cern about the pos­si­bil­i­ty of an “inter­galac­tic war” expressed by for­mer Cana­di­an Min­is­ter of Defense and Deputy Prime Min­is­ter Paul Helly­er. “A for­mer Cana­di­an Min­is­ter of Defense and Deputy Prime Min­is­ter under Pierre Trudeau has joined forces with three non-gov­ern­men­tal orga­ni­za­tions to ask the Par­lia­ment of Cana­da to hold pub­lic hear­ings on Exopol­i­tics — rela­tions with ‘ETs.’ By ‘ETs,’ Mr. Helly­er and these orga­ni­za­tions mean eth­i­cal, advanced extrater­res­tri­al civ­i­liza­tions that may now be vis­it­ing Earth. On Sep­tem­ber 25, 2005, in a star­tling speech at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Toron­to that caught the atten­tion of main­stream news­pa­pers and mag­a­zines, Paul Helly­er, Canada’s Defense Min­is­ter from 1963–67 under Nobel Peace Prize Lau­re­ate Prime Min­is­ter Lester Pear­son, pub­licly stat­ed: ‘UFOs, are as real as the air­planes that fly over your head.’ Mr. Helly­er went on to say, ‘I’m so con­cerned about what the con­se­quences might be of start­ing an inter­galac­tic war, that I just think I had to say some­thing.’ Helly­er revealed, ‘The secre­cy involved in all mat­ters per­tain­ing to the Roswell inci­dent was unpar­al­leled. The clas­si­fi­ca­tion was, from the out­set, above top secret, so the vast major­i­ty of U.S. offi­cials and politi­cians, let alone a mere allied min­is­ter of defense, were nev­er in-the-loop.’ Helly­er warned, ‘The Unit­ed States mil­i­tary are prepar­ing weapons which could be used against the aliens, and they could get us into an inter­galac­tic war with­out us ever hav­ing any warn­ing. He stat­ed, ‘The Bush admin­is­tra­tion has final­ly agreed to let the mil­i­tary build a for­ward base on the moon, which will put them in a bet­ter posi­tion to keep track of the goings and com­ings of the vis­i­tors from space, and to shoot at them, if they so decide.’ . . .”

(“For­mer Cana­di­an Min­is­ter Of Defense Asks Cana­di­an Par­lia­ment To Hold Hear­ings On Rela­tions With Alien ‘Et’ Civ­i­liza­tions” [PRWeb].)

4. The Japan­ese Defense Min­is­ter also is con­cerned about inter­plan­e­tary war­fare: The “main­stream­ing” of belief in extrater­res­tri­als is a phe­nom­e­non to be very care­ful­ly con­sid­ered. Are we being psy­cho­log­i­cal­ly pre­pared for some sort of “alien” appear­ance? “Japan’s Defense Min­is­ter Shigeru Ishi­ba is con­sid­er­ing how his Self-Defense Forces could respond to an attack by space aliens while adher­ing to lim­its on mil­i­tary action under the coun­try’s war-renounc­ing Con­sti­tu­tion. Ishi­ba is the sec­ond Cab­i­net mem­ber to pro­fess his belief in uniden­ti­fied fly­ing objects after Chief Cab­i­net Sec­re­tary Nobu­ta­ka Machimu­ra . . . .”

(“Defense Min­is­ter Ishi­ba Con­sid­ers Japan’s Options in UFO Attack” by Stu­art Big­gs; Bloomberg New Ser­vice; 12/21/2007.)

5. The Vat­i­can has also weighed in on Space Aliens and UFO’s. ” . . . In the inter­view by the Vat­i­can news­pa­per L’Osser­va­tore Romano, Funes said that such a notion ‘does­n’t con­tra­dict our faith’ because aliens would still be God’s crea­tures. Rul­ing out the exis­tence of aliens would be like ‘putting lim­its’ on God’s free­dom, he said. . . .”

(“Vat­i­can: It’s OK to Believe in Aliens” by Ariel David; Asso­ci­at­ed Press; 5/14/2008.)

6. A fas­ci­nat­ing man­i­fes­ta­tion of “ET Belief” con­cerns an alleged race of tall, blond “aliens” who will save us in our time of per­il! This belief in the exis­tence of “good,” tall, blond aliens who will save us should be con­trast­ed with mate­r­i­al high­light­ed in FTR#170, reca­pit­u­lat­ed on the sec­ond side of this pro­gram. “Every­body is descend­ed from space aliens, except for the black race.” The clear impli­ca­tion is that they are infe­ri­or! Tall, blond “aliens”-good. Black ter­res­tri­als-bad. Does­n’t sound too God­damn “extrater­res­tri­al”! Sounds very, very ter­res­tri­al! In fact, it sounds Nazi! ” . . . ‘The aliens gave me warn­ings of a pos­si­ble future in which the plan­et and/or the human race could face destruc­tion. They asked me to share with you what role they will play if we are threat­ened as a species or if there is a threat to the Earth itself. . . . The Tall Blonds are here to help pro­tect the plan­et from out­side forces that may not be know to us at this time.’ . . .”

(“Blue Star” by Miri­am Del­i­ca­do.)

7. The sec­ond side of the pro­gram is com­prised of a re-broad­cast of FTR 170, “Plan Nine from Bercht­es­gaden.” Record­ed on 9/19/1999, the pro­gram dis­cuss­es an occult con­cept of “The Nine,” who are-take your pick-space aliens, the ances­tors of every­one and every­thing (except the black race), espe­cial­ly the ancient Egyp­tians. If this sounds a lit­tle far-fetched, it is. Sad­ly, some peo­ple believe in it. The cen­tral ele­ment in this con­cate­na­tion is the notion that all humans are descend­ed from space aliens, except for the African race. Mr. Emory notes that the Nation of Islam prop­a­gates a phi­los­o­phy that fea­tures the notion that Eli­jah Muham­mad, founder of the orga­ni­za­tion, is orbit­ing the earth in a giant moth­er ship. At “The appoint­ed Hour” the ship will land-pre­sum­ably with oth­ers of its kind-and spir­it all the black folks to some sort of “Heav­en.” In his ancil­lary dis­cus­sion, Mr. Emory com­pares this fan­ci­ful notion with the Nazis’ plan to “reset­tle the Jews in the East.” Of course, we know just how and where they actu­al­ly were “reset­tled.” Mr. Emory sees the sce­nario described here as a cross between Mar­cus Gar­vey’s Black Star Lin­ers and the box­cars to Auschwitz. (Gar­vey gar­nered a large fol­low­ing in the ear­ly 20th cen­tu­ry propos­ing that there would be a black “reverse dias­po­ra,” in which the descen­dants of the African slaves would be returned to Africa in large ships dubbed Black Star Lin­ers Note that FTRs 67, 167, 178 also dis­cuss “Aryan” and/or blond aliens.

8. For pur­pos­es of con­ve­nience, the descrip­tion for FTR#170 is pre­sent­ed here: With the end of the mil­len­ni­um draw­ing near, it is increas­ing­ly impor­tant to be aware of pos­si­ble polit­i­cal manip­u­la­tion of peo­ple’s apoc­a­lyp­tic fears and hopes. In that con­text, a chan­nel­ing cult called “The Nine” bears par­tic­u­lar exam­i­na­tion. Pur­port­ing to be the “Ennead” (the nine gods of ancient Egypt), they have links to many dif­fer­ent indi­vid­u­als and insti­tu­tions includ­ing: Andri­ja Puharich (con­nect­ed to the CIA’s mind con­trol pro­grams of the 50s and 60s), Rus­sians asso­ci­at­ed with the Gor­bachev regime in the for­mer USSR, the Esalen Insti­tute and numer­ous New Age orga­ni­za­tions. This orga­ni­za­tion espous­es a racist, ariosophist phi­los­o­phy that main­tains that all of the Earth­’s peo­ples are descend­ed from The Nine-and the “Extrater­res­tri­als” from whom they sup­pos­ed­ly evolved–(and, con­se­quent­ly, supe­ri­or) except for the black race (who are, con­se­quent­ly, infe­ri­or With the New Age move­ment grow­ing and with 42% of Amer­i­can col­lege grad­u­ates believ­ing that we have been vis­it­ed by space aliens, the dan­ger that the views of The Nine could achieve wide­spread accep­tance and lead to geno­cide is not one that should be too read­i­ly cast aside. (It should be not­ed that there is con­vinc­ing evi­dence that so-called UFO’s are real, but do not come from out­er space. Should they be deployed in con­junc­tion with oth­er types of secret tech­nol­o­gy, the views of The Nine could be rein­forced in a very con­vinc­ing way As not­ed above, Andri­ja Puharich, whose orga­ni­za­tion has done much to pro­mote The Nine, was involved with the CIA mind-con­trol pro­grams. Those pro­grams were ini­ti­at­ed from a research base devel­oped by the Nazis in World War II.

Discussion

5 comments for “FTR #639 The Aliens Are Coming! The Aliens Are Coming — NOT! (Part II)”

  1. It turns out this whole glob­al eco­nom­ic night­mare real­ly was part of an alien inva­sion after all.

    Posted by Pterrafractyl | May 14, 2012, 9:13 pm
  2. http://www.uncommondescent.com/intelligent-design/former-canadian-defense-minister-says-stop-wars-and-space-aliens-will-share-technology/

    For­mer Cana­di­an defense min­is­ter says: Stop wars and space aliens will share tech­nol­o­gy
    Jan­u­ary 7, 2014 Post­ed by News under Extrater­res­tri­al life, Intel­li­gent Design, News

    Fur­ther to “The hid­den ben­e­fits of the pur­suit of ET. And the hid­den costs.”, 1960s-era Cana­di­an defense min­is­ter Paul Helly­er apt­ly demon­strates one of the lat­ter, as the Nation­al Post tells it: “Paul Helly­er: Aliens would share tech­nol­o­gy if earth stopped wars.”

    Notice how con­ven­tion­al mor­al­iz­ing (“war is bad”) hits the world head­lines if space aliens can be linked to it, with no evi­dence what­so­ev­er and no expec­ta­tion of any.

    Like:

    green space alien Prez sez: “War is bad.”

    Pope sez: “War is bad.”

    Crick­ets say noth­ing intel­li­gi­ble.

    The zoid from plan­et Zon­go sez “War is bad.”

    World hed­ders chime in.

    Whaa?! The up side to all this is the cof­fee break. The down side is, war real­ly is bad, and nonex­is­tent alien opin­ion is a waste of band­width even on a slow news day:

    Helly­er, 90, told Rus­sia Today last week that he believes there are 80 dif­fer­ent species of extrater­res­tri­als, some of whom “look just like us and they could walk down the street and you wouldn’t know if you walked past one.

    Hap­pi­ly, very few of them are dan­ger­ous; in fact, the uni­verse is just like down­town Toron­to, where your UD news writer and Paul Helly­er both lived for decades. Amaz­ing coin­ci­dence.

    Helly­er described a cos­mos sim­i­lar to that of Star Trek and says that there is a “fed­er­a­tion” of aliens that has a rule to not inter­fere in our affairs — the same as Trek’s “prime direc­tive.”

    The aliens got that idea from Star Trek, actu­al­ly. They con­clud­ed that it was a safer pol­i­cy for them than sui­cide bomb­ing, which they had for­mer­ly espoused.

    Note: The com­ment at the Nation­al Post are hilar­i­ous; many relate to Helly­er out­fit­ting all the armed ser­vices in iden­ti­cal green garbage-bag uni­forms, a morale-bust­ing move.

    Fol­low UD News at Twit­ter! The Sci­ence Fic­tions series at your fin­ger­tips

    Posted by Vanfield | January 8, 2014, 11:29 am
  3. Why does Whatdoesitmean.com do what it does? Pre­cious moments like this:

    The Wash­ing­ton Post
    World Views
    Iran­ian news agency says the U.S. is secret­ly run by Nazi space aliens. Real­ly.

    By Max Fish­er
    Jan­u­ary 13 at 11:31 am

    Iran’s semi-offi­cial news out­lets have some­thing of a rep­u­ta­tion for tak­ing con­spir­a­cy the­o­rism to the next lev­el. They’ve writ­ten on Israel’s secret plans to annex Iraq, the con­spir­a­cy by West­ern media to fab­ri­cate quotes by Iran­ian Pres­i­dent Has­san Rouhani con­demn­ing the Holo­caust and the secret Jew­ish­ness of the British roy­al fam­i­ly. You may notice a cer­tain theme here.

    On Sun­day, the hard-line semi-offi­cial Fars News dropped one of its biggest bomb­shells yet: The Unit­ed States gov­ern­ment has been secret­ly run by a “shad­ow gov­ern­ment” of space aliens since 1945. Yes, space aliens. The alien gov­ern­ment is based out of Neva­da and had pre­vi­ous­ly run Nazi Ger­many. It adds, for time­li­ness, that the con­tro­ver­sial NSA pro­grams are actu­al­ly a tool for the aliens to hide their pres­ence on Earth and their secret agen­da for glob­al dom­i­na­tion. This is all assert­ed as incon­tro­vert­ible fact with no caveats.

    There are so many won­der­ful details here. As proof that aliens were secret­ly behind the Nazis, the report explains that Ger­many built hun­dreds of sub­marines toward the end of the war, far more than would have been pos­si­ble with mere human tech­nol­o­gy. It does not explain why aliens with access to inter­stel­lar trav­el built subs that were so gross­ly inca­pable against the British navy, or why all-pow­er­ful extrater­res­tri­als were unable to help the Nazis resist an inva­sion by Allied forces that are mere cave­men rel­a­tive to their own tech­nol­o­gy. So far, these are pret­ty unim­pres­sive aliens.

    In any case, after los­ing the war, the aliens appar­ent­ly installed them­selves as the secret force behind the Unit­ed States gov­ern­ment. Pres­i­dent Oba­ma is said to be a tool of the aliens, though anti-alien fac­tions with­in the U.S. gov­ern­ment are fight­ing to top­ple him. Their present aim is to install a glob­al sur­veil­lance sys­tem that will, some­how, allow them to final­ly impose a one-world gov­ern­ment and enslave human­i­ty.

    The best part to all this, to me, is the sourc­ing. Fars News takes us through a ver­i­ta­ble hall-of-mir­rors of sources “con­firm­ing” their scoop. The prog­en­i­tor of it all, of course, is osten­si­bly NSA leak­er Edward Snow­den, who has wait­ed until now to reveal that the real rea­son for all those NSA pro­grams is aliens. As best I can tell, Fars claims that Snow­den gave this infor­ma­tion to Rus­si­a’s Fed­er­al Secu­ri­ty Ser­vice (FSB). They also say it was inde­pen­dent­ly con­firmed by for­mer Cana­di­an defense min­is­ter Paul Helly­er. (Helly­er, who is 90, does indeed argue that aliens have vis­it­ed Earth many times, though I haven’t seen him com­ment on this par­tic­u­lar sto­ry.) The FSB, they say, put all this infor­ma­tion down in a secret report, which was inex­plic­a­bly obtained by the ultra-fringe con­spir­a­cy the­o­ry Web site, Whatdoesitmean.com.

    ...

    Posted by Pterrafractyl | January 15, 2014, 10:34 pm
  4. It sounds like the Amer­i­can polit­i­cal are­na might be get­ting anoth­er Pence soon: Vice Pres­i­dent Mike Pence’s broth­er, Gre­go­ry, filed papers with the Fed­er­al Elec­tion Com­mis­sion to run for his broth­er’s old con­gres­sion­al seat and is con­sid­ered a strong favorite for that seat. Oh good­ie.

    But that’s not the only Pence-relat­ed news about peo­ple decid­ing to run for con­gress, although the fol­low­ing news is admit­ted­ly very tan­gen­tial­ly relat­ed to Pence: Bet­ti­na Rodriguez Aguil­era, a mem­ber of Miami’s Cuban exile com­mu­ni­ty who is also the moth­er-in-law of Pence’s deputy chief of staff Jar­rod Agen, is also run­ning for con­gress. It doen­s’t sounds like her odds are near­ly as good as Gre­go­ry’s, large­ly because she has a his­to­ry of talk­ing about about her alien abduc­tion expe­ri­ences. And a lot of oth­er stuff of that nature.

    So what kind of aliens? Well, there are scant details in the fol­low­ing arti­cle, but the details do give us a hint as to which alien genre she’s draw­ing from: when Rodriguez Aguil­era was sev­en years old she was alleged­ly obduct­ed by 3 large-bod­ied blond aliens. In addi­tion, in the fol­low­ing youtube video of her talk­ing about this expe­ri­ence it notes that these were blue eyed aliens too. Yep, we have anoth­er case of the “tall blonds”. And that means the brand of alien that appar­ent­ly abduct­ed Mike Pence’s deputy chief of staff’s moth­er-in-law who is now run­ning in the GOP pri­ma­ry is the “Nordic” brand of alien. The white suprema­cist alien of choice. Sur­prise:

    Mia­mi Her­ald

    Mia­mi politi­cian says aliens took her on a space­ship. Now she’s run­ning for Con­gress.

    By Alex Daugh­er­ty And Patri­cia Mazzei
    Octo­ber 16, 2017 7:00 AM

    WASHINGTON

    Flori­da has a U.S. sen­a­tor who once flew aboard the Space Shut­tle.

    A con­gres­sion­al can­di­date from Mia­mi can go one bet­ter: Bet­ti­na Rodriguez Aguil­era says she’s been aboard a space­ship too. But this one was crewed by aliens. As in extrater­res­tri­als.

    Three blond, big-bod­ied beings — two females, one male — vis­it­ed her when she was 7 years old and have com­mu­ni­cat­ed tele­path­i­cal­ly with her sev­er­al times in her life, she says. (Sen. Bill Nel­son served as pay­load offi­cer aboard the Space Shut­tle Colum­bia in 1986. All sev­en peo­ple aboard were from Earth. As far as is known.)

    Rodriguez Aguil­era, 59, a Repub­li­can who is run­ning to replace retir­ing Mia­mi Repub­li­can Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehti­nen, recount­ed her expe­ri­ence with the ETs dur­ing a 2009 tele­vi­sion inter­view.

    She described “going up” inside the space­ship — though whether it went into space or just hov­ered around town was left unclear.

    “I went in. There were some round seats that were there, and some quartz rocks that con­trolled the ship — not like air­planes,” Rodriguez Aguil­era said.

    In two sep­a­rate videos post­ed to YouTube years ago, one by local Span­ish-lan­guage sta­tion Amer­i­ca TeVe and anoth­er by a polit­i­cal crit­ic with the user name DoralGirl26, Rodriguez Aguil­era spoke on tele­vi­sion in detail about her extrater­res­tri­al expe­ri­ences. She said the alien beings remind­ed her of the famous stat­ue in Rio de Janeiro, Christ the Redeemer, with arms out­stretched.

    Among the things she said she found out from the aliens:

    * There are 30,000 skulls — “dif­fer­ent from humans” — in a cave in the Mediter­ranean island of Mal­ta.

    * The world’s “ener­gy cen­ter” is in Africa.

    * The Coral Cas­tle, a lime­stone tourist attrac­tion South Mia­mi-Dade, is actu­al­ly an ancient Egypt­ian pyra­mid.

    * “God is a uni­ver­sal ener­gy.”

    She also said that the aliens had men­tioned Isis, though she didn’t clar­i­fy if they meant the ter­ror­ist orga­ni­za­tion or the ancient Egypt­ian god­dess.

    The Mia­mi Her­ald asked Rodriguez Aguil­era about her expe­ri­ences Fri­day. She respond­ed with a state­ment that waxed astro­nom­i­cal, but sad­ly failed to men­tion close encoun­ters of any kind.

    “For years peo­ple, includ­ing Pres­i­dents like Ronald Rea­gan and Jim­my Carter and astro­nauts have pub­licly claimed to have seen uniden­ti­fied fly­ing objects and sci­en­tists like Stephen Hawk­ing and insti­tu­tions like the Vat­i­can have stat­ed that there are bil­lions of galax­ies in the uni­verse and we are prob­a­bly not alone,” she said. “I per­son­al­ly am a Chris­t­ian and have a strong belief in God, I join the major­i­ty of Amer­i­cans who believe that there must be intel­li­gent life in the bil­lions of plan­ets and galax­ies in the uni­verse.”

    Rodriguez Aguil­era was a Doral coun­cil­woman from 2012–14 and served as the city’s first eco­nom­ic devel­op­er. She works as an entre­pre­neur and has taught lead­er­ship sem­i­nars at local uni­ver­si­ties.

    She declared her can­di­da­cy in late August and raised about $10,000 dur­ing the most recent fundrais­ing quar­ter, she said — a pal­try amount she attrib­uted to halt­ing her cam­paign dur­ing Hur­ri­cane Irma.

    Rodriguez Aguilera’s daugh­ter is for­mer Repub­li­can Nation­al Com­mit­tee His­pan­ic out­reach direc­tor Bet­ti­na Inclán Agen. Her son-in-law, Jar­rod Agen, is Vice Pres­i­dent Mike Pence’s deputy chief of staff.

    Mia­mi attor­ney Rick Yabor, a fre­quent polit­i­cal com­men­ta­tor in Span­ish-lan­guage media, said Fri­day that Rodriguez Aguilera’s account could hurt her con­gres­sion­al cam­paign. Mia­mi-Dade Com­mis­sion­er Bruno Bar­reiro and for­mer school board mem­ber and Mia­mi-Dade Coun­ty may­oral can­di­date Raquel Regal­a­do, both far bet­ter known than Rodriguez Aguil­era, are also run­ning in the Repub­li­can pri­ma­ry.

    ...

    ———-

    “Mia­mi politi­cian says aliens took her on a space­ship. Now she’s run­ning for Con­gress.” by Alex Daugh­er­ty And Patri­cia Mazzei; Mia­mi Her­ald; 10/16/2017

    “Rodriguez Aguilera’s daugh­ter is for­mer Repub­li­can Nation­al Com­mit­tee His­pan­ic out­reach direc­tor Bet­ti­na Inclán Agen. Her son-in-law, Jar­rod Agen, is Vice Pres­i­dent Mike Pence’s deputy chief of staff.”

    Three blond, big-bod­ied beings with blue eyes that clear­ly had a male and female gen­der:

    ...
    Three blond, big-bod­ied beings — two females, one male — vis­it­ed her when she was 7 years old and have com­mu­ni­cat­ed tele­path­i­cal­ly with her sev­er­al times in her life, she says. (Sen. Bill Nel­son served as pay­load offi­cer aboard the Space Shut­tle Colum­bia in 1986. All sev­en peo­ple aboard were from Earth. As far as is known.)
    ...

    That’s def­i­nite­ly the Nordics, aliens ‘from the Pleiades’ who just hap­pen to look like tall Scan­di­na­vians.

    And she did­n’t just get abduct­ed by them when she was sev­en but also com­mu­ni­cat­ed with them sev­er­al times through­out her life. One won­ders what cos­mic wis­doms were passed along. Hmm....

    Posted by Pterrafractyl | October 23, 2017, 9:27 pm
  5. Here’s a recent update on the US mil­i­tary’s poli­cies regard­ing UFO sight­ings by pilots: in response to a grow­ing num­ber of US Navy pilots who wit­ness UFO sight­ings dur­ing their flights, the US Navy has final­ly for­mal­ly draft­ed a pro­to­col for pilots to report these sight­ings. Yep, there appar­ent­ly was­n’t an actu­al for­mal sys­tem for Navy pilots to report UFOs before despite years of pilots mak­ing these anom­alous sight­ings of objects that appeared to defy the known laws of physics until now:

    Politi­co

    U.S. Navy draft­ing new guide­lines for report­ing UFOs
    The ser­vice says it has also ‘pro­vid­ed a series of brief­in­gs by senior Naval Intel­li­gence offi­cials as well as avi­a­tors who report­ed haz­ards to avi­a­tion safe­ty.’

    By BRYAN BENDER
    04/23/2019 06:06 PM EDT
    Updat­ed 04/23/2019 08:14 PM EDT

    The U.S. Navy is draft­ing new guide­lines for pilots and oth­er per­son­nel to report encoun­ters with “uniden­ti­fied air­craft,” a sig­nif­i­cant new step in cre­at­ing a for­mal process to col­lect and ana­lyze the unex­plained sight­ings — and des­tig­ma­tize them.

    The pre­vi­ous­ly unre­port­ed move is in response to a series of sight­ings of unknown, high­ly advanced air­craft intrud­ing on Navy strike groups and oth­er sen­si­tive mil­i­tary for­ma­tions and facil­i­ties, the ser­vice says.

    “There have been a num­ber of reports of unau­tho­rized and/or uniden­ti­fied air­craft enter­ing var­i­ous mil­i­tary-con­trolled ranges and des­ig­nat­ed air space in recent years,” the Navy said in a state­ment in response to ques­tions from POLITICO. “For safe­ty and secu­ri­ty con­cerns, the Navy and the [U.S. Air Force] takes these reports very seri­ous­ly and inves­ti­gates each and every report.

    “As part of this effort,” it added, “the Navy is updat­ing and for­mal­iz­ing the process by which reports of any such sus­pect­ed incur­sions can be made to the cog­nizant author­i­ties. A new mes­sage to the fleet that will detail the steps for report­ing is in draft.”

    To be clear, the Navy isn’t endors­ing the idea that its sailors have encoun­tered alien space­craft. But it is acknowl­edg­ing there have been enough strange aer­i­al sight­ings by cred­i­ble and high­ly trained mil­i­tary per­son­nel that they need to be record­ed in the offi­cial record and stud­ied — rather than dis­missed as some kooky phe­nom­e­na from the realm of sci­ence-fic­tion.

    Chris Mel­lon, a for­mer Pen­ta­gon intel­li­gence offi­cial and ex-staffer on the Sen­ate Intel­li­gence Com­mit­tee, said estab­lish­ing a more for­mal means of report­ing what the mil­i­tary now calls “unex­plained aer­i­al phe­nom­e­na” — rather than “uniden­ti­fied fly­ing objects” — would be a “sea change.”

    “Right now, we have sit­u­a­tion in which UFOs and UAPs are treat­ed as anom­alies to be ignored rather than anom­alies to be explored,” he said. “We have sys­tems that exclude that infor­ma­tion and dump it.”

    For exam­ple, Mel­lon said “in a lot of cas­es [mil­i­tary per­son­nel] don’t know what to do with that infor­ma­tion — like satel­lite data or a radar that sees some­thing going Mach 3. They will dump [the data] because that is not a tra­di­tion­al air­craft or mis­sile.”

    The devel­op­ment comes amid grow­ing inter­est from mem­bers of Con­gress fol­low­ing rev­e­la­tions by POLITICO and the New York Times in late 2017 that the Pen­ta­gon estab­lished a ded­i­cat­ed office inside the Defense Intel­li­gence Agency to study UAPs at the urg­ing of sev­er­al sen­a­tors who secret­ly set aside appro­pri­a­tions for the effort.

    That office spent some $25 mil­lion con­duct­ing a series of tech­ni­cal stud­ies and eval­u­at­ing numer­ous unex­plained incur­sions, includ­ing one that last­ed sev­er­al days involv­ing the USS Nimitz Car­ri­er Strike Group in 2004. In that case, Navy fight­er jets were out­ma­neu­vered by uniden­ti­fied air­craft that flew in ways that appeared to defy the laws of known physics.

    Raytheon, a lead­ing defense con­trac­tor, used the reports and offi­cial Defense Depart­ment video of the sight­ings off the coast of Cal­i­for­nia to hail one of its radar sys­tems for cap­tur­ing the phe­nom­e­na.

    The Pen­tagon’s UFO research office, known as the Advanced Aero­space Threat Iden­ti­fi­ca­tion Pro­gram, was offi­cial­ly wound down in 2012 when the con­gres­sion­al ear­mark ran out.

    ...

    “In response to requests for infor­ma­tion from Con­gres­sion­al mem­bers and staff, Navy offi­cials have pro­vid­ed a series of brief­in­gs by senior Naval Intel­li­gence offi­cials as well as avi­a­tors who report­ed haz­ards to avi­a­tion safe­ty,” the ser­vice said in its state­ment to POLITICO.

    The Navy declined to iden­ti­fy who has been briefed, nor would it pro­vide more details on the guide­lines for report­ing that are being draft­ed for the fleet. The Air Force did not imme­di­ate­ly respond to a request for com­ment.

    Advo­cates for treat­ing such sight­ings as a poten­tial nation­al secu­ri­ty threat have long crit­i­cized mil­i­tary lead­ers for giv­ing the phe­nom­e­non rel­a­tive­ly lit­tle atten­tion and for encour­ag­ing a cul­ture in which per­son­nel feel that speak­ing up about it could hurt their career.

    Luis Eli­zon­do, the for­mer Pen­ta­gon offi­cial who ran the so-called AATIP office, com­plained after he retired from gov­ern­ment ser­vice that the Pen­tagon’s approach to these uniden­ti­fied air­craft has been far too blasé.

    “If you are in a busy air­port and see some­thing you are sup­posed to say some­thing,” Eli­zon­do said. “With our own mil­i­tary mem­bers it is kind of the oppo­site: ‘If you do see some­thing, don’t say some­thing.’ ”

    ...

    Eli­zon­do will be fea­tured in an upcom­ing doc­u­men­tary series about the Pen­ta­gon UFO research he over­saw. He said the six-part series will reveal more recent sight­ings of UAPs by dozens of mil­i­tary pilots.

    Both Eli­zon­do and Mel­lon are involved with the To The Stars Acad­e­my of Arts and Sci­ences, which sup­ports research into explain­ing the tech­ni­cal advances these report­ed UAPs demon­strate.

    ———–

    “U.S. Navy draft­ing new guide­lines for report­ing UFOs” by BRYAN BENDER; Politi­co; 04/23/2019

    “To be clear, the Navy isn’t endors­ing the idea that its sailors have encoun­tered alien space­craft. But it is acknowl­edg­ing there have been enough strange aer­i­al sight­ings by cred­i­ble and high­ly trained mil­i­tary per­son­nel that they need to be record­ed in the offi­cial record and stud­ied — rather than dis­missed as some kooky phe­nom­e­na from the realm of sci­ence-fic­tion.”

    So it appears that the US Navy was sys­tem­at­i­cal­ly dis­miss­ing UFO sight­ings from its own per­son­nel and was­n’t even offi­cial­ly record­ing these sight­ings, let along study­ing them. And note how it was­n’t just pilots visu­al­ly mak­ing these anom­alous sight­ings while fly­ing. Radar and satel­lite data would also find objects going at speeds like Mach 3 and these data was appar­ent­ly sys­tem­at­i­cal­ly ignored:

    ...
    Chris Mel­lon, a for­mer Pen­ta­gon intel­li­gence offi­cial and ex-staffer on the Sen­ate Intel­li­gence Com­mit­tee, said estab­lish­ing a more for­mal means of report­ing what the mil­i­tary now calls “unex­plained aer­i­al phe­nom­e­na” — rather than “uniden­ti­fied fly­ing objects” — would be a “sea change.”

    “Right now, we have sit­u­a­tion in which UFOs and UAPs are treat­ed as anom­alies to be ignored rather than anom­alies to be explored,” he said. “We have sys­tems that exclude that infor­ma­tion and dump it.”

    For exam­ple, Mel­lon said “in a lot of cas­es [mil­i­tary per­son­nel] don’t know what to do with that infor­ma­tion — like satel­lite data or a radar that sees some­thing going Mach 3. They will dump [the data] because that is not a tra­di­tion­al air­craft or mis­sile.
    ...

    Now, this won’t be the first effort to for­mal­ly study UFOs in the US mil­i­tary. Con­gress secret­ly set aside mon­ey that fund­ed the Advanced Aero­space Threat Iden­ti­fi­ca­tion Pro­gram inside the Defense Intel­li­gence Agency. But that pro­gram, which was start­ed in 2007, was wound down in 2012 after the con­gres­sion­al fund­ing ran out:

    ...
    The devel­op­ment comes amid grow­ing inter­est from mem­bers of Con­gress fol­low­ing rev­e­la­tions by POLITICO and the New York Times in late 2017 that the Pen­ta­gon estab­lished a ded­i­cat­ed office inside the Defense Intel­li­gence Agency to study UAPs at the urg­ing of sev­er­al sen­a­tors who secret­ly set aside appro­pri­a­tions for the effort.

    That office spent some $25 mil­lion con­duct­ing a series of tech­ni­cal stud­ies and eval­u­at­ing numer­ous unex­plained incur­sions, includ­ing one that last­ed sev­er­al days involv­ing the USS Nimitz Car­ri­er Strike Group in 2004. In that case, Navy fight­er jets were out­ma­neu­vered by uniden­ti­fied air­craft that flew in ways that appeared to defy the laws of known physics.

    Raytheon, a lead­ing defense con­trac­tor, used the reports and offi­cial Defense Depart­ment video of the sight­ings off the coast of Cal­i­for­nia to hail one of its radar sys­tems for cap­tur­ing the phe­nom­e­na.

    The Pen­tagon’s UFO research office, known as the Advanced Aero­space Threat Iden­ti­fi­ca­tion Pro­gram, was offi­cial­ly wound down in 2012 when the con­gres­sion­al ear­mark ran out.
    ...

    So that’s rather excit­ing. Espe­cial­ly for the pilots.

    But the UFO buffs prob­a­bly should­n’t get super excit­ed about stun­ning new rev­e­la­tions. The Navy is plan­ning on keep­ing this data pri­vate. Although, accord­ing to Luis Eli­zon­do, an intel­li­gence offi­cer who ran the Pen­tagon’s Advanced Aero­space Threat Iden­ti­fi­ca­tion Pro­gram, it’s still pos­si­ble some unclas­si­fied infor­ma­tion will be pub­licly released. And even if this data isn’t released to the pub­lic, it still might be made avail­able to Con­gress:

    The Wash­ing­ton Post

    Navy: No release of UFO infor­ma­tion to the gen­er­al pub­lic expect­ed

    An image from footage shot by the Navy that shows an encounter between U.S. fight­er jets and “anom­alous aer­i­al vehi­cles” fly­ing at 25,000 feet. The clip is fea­tured in a video cre­at­ed by the orga­ni­za­tion To the Stars Acad­e­my. (To The Stars Acad­e­my of Arts and Sci­ence)

    By Paul Sonne
    May 1, 2019

    The U.S. Navy has draft­ed a pro­ce­dure to inves­ti­gate and cat­a­logue reports of uniden­ti­fied fly­ing objects com­ing in from its pilots. But the ser­vice doesn’t expect to make the infor­ma­tion pub­lic, cit­ing priv­i­leged and clas­si­fied report­ing that is typ­i­cal­ly includ­ed in such files.

    Joe Gradish­er, a spokesman for the office of the Deputy Chief of Naval Oper­a­tions for Infor­ma­tion War­fare, said in a state­ment that the Navy expects to keep the infor­ma­tion it gath­ers pri­vate for a num­ber of rea­sons.

    “Mil­i­tary avi­a­tion safe­ty orga­ni­za­tions always retain report­ing of haz­ards to avi­a­tion as priv­i­leged infor­ma­tion in order to pre­serve the free and hon­est pri­or­i­ti­za­tion and dis­cus­sion of safe­ty among air­crew,” Gradish­er said. “Fur­ther­more, any report gen­er­at­ed as a result of these inves­ti­ga­tions will, by neces­si­ty, include clas­si­fied infor­ma­tion on mil­i­tary oper­a­tions.”

    He added, “There­fore, no release of infor­ma­tion to the gen­er­al pub­lic is expect­ed.”

    The Navy’s recent deci­sion to draft for­mal guide­lines for pilots to doc­u­ment encoun­ters with unex­plained aer­i­al phe­nom­e­na comes after the rev­e­la­tion in late 2017 that the Pen­ta­gon ran a secret “UFO” office that spent $22 mil­lion over five years to col­lect and ana­lyze “anom­alous aero­space threats.” Fund­ing for the office, known as the Advanced Aero­space Threat Iden­ti­fi­ca­tion Pro­gram, or AATIP, offi­cial­ly end­ed in 2012, though oper­a­tions con­tin­ued.

    Among oth­er things, the pro­gram result­ed in the release of footage from the cock­pit cam­eras of mil­i­tary air­craft, which appeared to doc­u­ment oval-shaped ves­sels that resem­ble fly­ing Tic Tacs.

    Reports of curi­ous sight­ings from mil­i­tary air­craft aren’t new. Dur­ing World War II, Allied mil­i­tary pilots wit­nessed unex­plained objects and fire­balls that they dubbed “foo fight­ers”— a term that lat­er inspired the name of the epony­mous rock band. A num­ber of offi­cial gov­ern­ment inves­ti­ga­tions looked into such phe­nom­e­na in the post­war peri­od.

    Now, the Navy has agreed to a more for­mal­ized process for cat­a­logu­ing and inves­ti­gat­ing reports from pilots, a deci­sion wel­comed by for­mer U.S. offi­cials who want the mil­i­tary to take the mat­ter seri­ous­ly and remove the stig­ma in the armed forces of report­ing such inci­dents.

    Even though the Navy indi­cat­ed it has no plans in the immi­nent future to release the data, unclas­si­fied por­tions of the infor­ma­tion or broad overviews of the find­ings could come out, accord­ing to Luis Eli­zon­do, an intel­li­gence offi­cer who ran AATIP before leav­ing the Pen­ta­gon.

    “If it remains strict­ly with­in clas­si­fied chan­nels, then the ‘right per­son’ may not actu­al­ly get the infor­ma­tion. The right per­son doesn’t nec­es­sar­i­ly mean a mil­i­tary leader. It can be a law­mak­er. It can be a whole host of dif­fer­ent indi­vid­u­als,” Eli­zon­do said.

    For exam­ple, in the future, the Navy the­o­ret­i­cal­ly could release broad sta­tis­tics about the num­ber of sight­ings and the results of the fol­low-up inves­ti­ga­tions with­out dis­clos­ing any clas­si­fied infor­ma­tion. Even if the infor­ma­tion isn’t made avail­able to the pub­lic, it could be report­ed to Con­gress.

    Frus­trat­ed that a poten­tial secu­ri­ty threat wasn’t receiv­ing the atten­tion and fund­ing he thought it deserved, Eli­zon­do left the Pen­ta­gon in 2017 and joined a start-up that pro­motes UFO research for sci­en­tif­ic and enter­tain­ment pur­pos­es. The orga­ni­za­tion is col­lab­o­rat­ing on a six-part His­to­ry Chan­nel series due out this month that will explore Elizondo’s work on the issue.

    In a con­ver­sa­tion with The Wash­ing­ton Post, Eli­zon­do praised the Navy for chang­ing its pol­i­cy and tak­ing a pub­lic stance and cred­it­ed law­mak­ers on Capi­tol Hill for begin­ning to take the mat­ter seri­ous­ly. He said he expects the effort to lead to more infor­ma­tion gath­er­ing and shar­ing at the Pen­ta­gon and ulti­mate­ly a bet­ter under­stand­ing of the “enig­ma” report­ed by mil­i­tary pilots.

    There is no agreed upon expla­na­tion for some of the sight­ings report­ed to AATIP.

    ...

    ———–

    “Navy: No release of UFO infor­ma­tion to the gen­er­al pub­lic expect­ed” by Paul Sonne; The Wash­ing­ton Post; 05/01/2019

    ““Mil­i­tary avi­a­tion safe­ty orga­ni­za­tions always retain report­ing of haz­ards to avi­a­tion as priv­i­leged infor­ma­tion in order to pre­serve the free and hon­est pri­or­i­ti­za­tion and dis­cus­sion of safe­ty among air­crew,” Gradish­er said. “Fur­ther­more, any report gen­er­at­ed as a result of these inves­ti­ga­tions will, by neces­si­ty, include clas­si­fied infor­ma­tion on mil­i­tary oper­a­tions.”

    Accord­ing to the Navy, any report gen­er­at­ed as a result of these inves­ti­ga­tions will, by neces­si­ty, include clas­si­fied infor­ma­tion. Hence the lack of any expec­ta­tions of releas­ing this to the pub­lic. But that does­n’t mean unclas­si­fied sum­maries can’t be release. Plus, Con­gress can see the clas­si­fied infor­ma­tion:

    ...
    Even though the Navy indi­cat­ed it has no plans in the immi­nent future to release the data, unclas­si­fied por­tions of the infor­ma­tion or broad overviews of the find­ings could come out, accord­ing to Luis Eli­zon­do, an intel­li­gence offi­cer who ran AATIP before leav­ing the Pen­ta­gon.

    “If it remains strict­ly with­in clas­si­fied chan­nels, then the ‘right per­son’ may not actu­al­ly get the infor­ma­tion. The right per­son doesn’t nec­es­sar­i­ly mean a mil­i­tary leader. It can be a law­mak­er. It can be a whole host of dif­fer­ent indi­vid­u­als,” Eli­zon­do said.

    For exam­ple, in the future, the Navy the­o­ret­i­cal­ly could release broad sta­tis­tics about the num­ber of sight­ings and the results of the fol­low-up inves­ti­ga­tions with­out dis­clos­ing any clas­si­fied infor­ma­tion. Even if the infor­ma­tion isn’t made avail­able to the pub­lic, it could be report­ed to Con­gress.
    ...

    So if there’s an unclas­si­fied sum­ma­ry released by the Navy keep an eye out for spooked mem­bers of Con­gress mur­mur­ing about exoge­nous threats.

    Posted by Pterrafractyl | May 10, 2019, 1:48 pm

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