In dramatic change, the director of national intelligence does not rule out the ‘extraterrestrial’ origins of UFOs

For seven decades, government officials consistently dismissed, ignored, and belittled any mention of UFOs. In fact, despite Amazing intelligence assessments, Cold War era national security fears prompted the U.S. government to apply scientifically absurd explanations to highly credible UFO encounters.

In short, the prospect of a senior acting national security official openly discussing the otherworldly origins of UFOs was unthinkable for a long time, until last week.

Asked about a recent report in which the government admitted it could not explain 143 of 144 military encounters with mysterious flying objects, including several that appeared to demonstrate extraordinary results technology – director of national intelligence April hainesAvril Haines The Hill’s Morning Report – Presented by ExxonMobil – House sprints for Build Back Better, infrastructure votes tonight Defense and national security – Afghanistan takes center stage with a member of the G-20 CIA chief team reporting Symptoms of ‘Havana syndrome’ during a trip to India: report MORE said, “There’s always the question of ‘is there something else that we just don’t understand that could be coming from extraterrestrial?'”

Haines’ comment is the latest sign of a sea change in the government’s official stance on UFOs.

Just weeks before Haines’ groundbreaking statement, the NASA administrator Bill nelsonClarence (Bill) William Nelson SpaceX launches a night flight that sends the crew to the Equilibrium / Sustainability space station – Presented by Altria – The SpaceX crew takes off, but the moon must wait for Harris to convene the first meeting of the space council on December 1 PLUS made waves by speculating publicly that UFOs may have otherworldly origins. In fact, after appointment with the naval aviators who found objects what seemed move in ways that challenged physics and aerodynamicsNelson is convinced that the drivers saw something truly extraordinary.

Also, after reading a classified government report on recent military UFO encounters, Nelson, an army veteran, former senator, and ex-astronaut, said, “The hair on the back of my neck stood on end.” Clearly, something has spooked the head of NASA.

Like Nelson, former presidents Obama and Clinton They both openly speculated on the probability of alien life when asked about UFOs in June. Obama went on to state that “there are images and records of objects in the sky that we don’t know exactly what they are. We cannot explain how they moved, their trajectory. They did not have an easily explainable pattern. “

Obama was probably referring to a mysterious flying ship that, according to the government, they appear to “remain stationary in high winds, move against the wind, maneuver abruptly, or move at considerable speed, with no discernible means of propulsion.”

Asked about these apparently defying physics movements, former CIA director John brennanJohn Owen Brennan Durham’s latest indictment: More lines drawn on the Clinton campaign NASA chief Bill Nelson the latest official to suggest UFOs have otherworldly origins The next CIA mission: Strategic competition with China and Russia MORE made an amazing statement, suggestion that “a different way of life” could be behind the phenomena. Similarly, another former CIA director (and longtime UFO skeptic), James Woolsey, pointed out a new frankness to otherworldly explanations for UFOs.

John ratcliffeJohn Lee RatcliffeSunday Shows Progress: House Passes Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill; Democrats suffer an electoral defeat in Virginia. The latest NASA chief official, Bill Nelson, suggests that UFOs have otherworldly origins. Sunday shows progress: Senate votes to raise debt ceiling; Facebook whistleblower criticizes company during testimony MORE, Haines’s predecessor as director of national intelligence, injected raising eyebrows context for recent military UFO encounters.

According to Ratcliffe, US intelligence analysts have “high confidenceThat foreign adversaries, such as China or Russia, are not behind the most extraordinary UFO sightings. In a stark summary of the government’s assessment of the phenomenon, Ratcliffe set that some UFOs exhibit “technologies that we do not have and, frankly, that we are not capable of defending ourselves against.”

After reading the classified version of the recent government UFO report, Sen. Mitt romneyWillard (Mitt) Mitt Romney GOP Seeks to Expand State Legislature Candidate Tracking Program Ahead of Midterm Elections National Republicans Shocked by Sununu’s Snub House Democrats’ Campaign Manager Defends His Approach on Trump MORE (R-Utah) echoed Ratcliffe’s comments, discarded highly advanced Chinese or Russian aircraft as possible explanations for the mysterious objects. In an interview about military UFO encounters, Romney referred to “technology that is in a completely different sphere than anything we understand.”

But sightings of unknown craft exhibiting highly advanced technology are not a recent phenomenon. Roscoe Hillenkoetter, the first director of the CIA, said that objects that “operate under intelligent control” are displayed extraordinary technology at decades after the Second World War.

Reflecting recent government assessments, Hillenkoetter set that neither the United States nor any other nation could have developed such advanced aircraft.

In fact, declassified documents from the late 1940s and early 1950s show that intelligence analysts discarded top-secret technology from the US and foreign competitors as plausible explanations for the most compelling UFO encounters.

Despite these astonishing evaluations, a Serie from strange – and yet inexplicable – UFO from 1952 sightings in the skies over Washington, DC alarmed America’s defense planners. Like UFO reports and public inquiries about the incidents. overwhelmed communication channels of the military, national security officials grew worried that the Soviet Union could exploit the public interest in UFOs to cause mass panic and win a advantage in a Surprise attack.

As a result, the Air Force’s 20-year project to catalog UFO sightings quickly became an exercise in “Discredit” and discredit even the most credible encounters.

As a renowned atmospheric physicist James McDonald done Sure, the Air Force began to apply “meteorological, chemical and optically absurd” explanations to UFO sightings. McDonald’s evaluation was corroborated by the astronomer J. Allen Hynek, who served for two decades as a civil scientific consultant for the Air Force UFO project.

In a severe and refreshing break with the government’s record of imposing strange and unscientific explanations on highly credible UFO cases, Haines set last week that “we do not understand everything we are seeing”.

Fortunately, the glaring deficiencies in UFO reporting and analysis identified de Haines will soon be addressed.

If the landmark legislation proposed by Sen. Kirsten gillibrandKirsten Gillibrand Sanders backs Kaiser Permanente workers ahead of Monday’s strike Time to review the antiquated and unbalanced military justice system Democrats deploy a divisive duchess to lobby on paid leave MORE (DN.Y.) is adopted by Congress, the government will be forced to carry out comprehensive, objective and science based evaluation that the UFO phenomenon has demanded.

Marik von Rennenkampff served as an Analyst in the US Department of State’s Office for International Security and Non-Proliferation, as well as an Obama administration appointee to the US Department of Defense. Follow him on Twitter @MvonRen.



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