Decoding the pentagon UFO report – Unprecedented revelations and the inevitable alien enigma
“We take reports of incursions into our airspace – by any aircraft, identified or unidentified – very seriously, and investigate each one” – Pentagon spokesperson Sue Gough, Source: U.S. government prepares landmark report on UFOs
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Pentagon UFO Report 116-233: analysis – In this section we will review 5 key points included in this crucial report;
1. UAPs/UFOs are a threat – Pentagon UFO report: The fact that UAPs/UFOs are considered a threat by American military is a key reason for taking them seriously and stop hiding the alien topic under the carpet;
2. Who contributed to this report? – Pentagon UFO report: To understand the scope of this report we see how a long list of military forces contributed to it; – Pentagon UFO report
3. UAPs are real physical objects – It will be no longer possible to confine the alien topic to imaginations, fantasies or visions;
4. Room for the extra-terrestrial hypothesis – The alien hypothesis is not excluded;
5. Impossible technology and performances – Pentagon UFO report: The feats that have been observed and recorded are powered by a technology that is outside of our reach, by far.
Pentagon UFO Report 116-233: analysis
We have read the Preliminary Assessment and have identified at least five interesting points:
1. UAPs/UFOs are a threat – Pentagon UFO report
The first thing we learn from the – Pentagon UFO report is that UAPs/UFOs are officially considered a threat. This seems to be taken for granted throughout the report, which begins with the paragraph “Scope and Assumptions”, where it reads:
“This preliminary report is provided by … the Director of National Intelligence in response to the provision in Senate Report 116-233… to submit an intelligence assessment of the threat posed by unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) and the progress the Department of Defense Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force (UAPTF) has made in understanding this threat.”
If the pentagon considers UFOs (UAP) a threat, there are good reasons to believe not only that those things are real, but also that the time has come to study the phenomenon very carefully and leave behind the old prejudices of scientific fundamentalism.
2. Who contributed to this report? – Pentagon UFO report
We learn that the report is the result of the work of the following organizations: “USD(I&S), DIA, FBI, NRO, NGA, NSA, Air Force, Army, Navy, Navy/ONI, DARPA, FAA, NOAA, NGA, ODNI/NIM-Emerging and Disruptive Technology, ODNI/National Counterintelligence and Security Center, and ODNI/National Intelligence Council”
Nineteen (19) governmental and military American institutions have contributed and signed off this report. Whatever we are reading from this report is not coming from a fringe organization but rather from a very large chunk of the official establishment of one of the most powerful countries in the world.
3. UAPs are real physical objects
Another very clear statement is that UAP are real physical objects.
“Most of the UAP reported probably do represent physical objects given that a majority of UAP were registered across multiple sensors, to include radar, infrared, electro-optical, weapon seekers, and visual observation.”
This very sentence alone, free us once and for all of all those bizarre theories of certain fundamentalist scientists, according to which UFOs would be mystical visions, collective hallucinations, improbable visual results of gas exhalations, mirages bouncing from one part of the atmosphere to the other, and so on and so forth.
UFOs finally move from a fantasy sphere (for the mainstream) to an accepted reality.
4. Room for the extra-terrestrial hypothesis
“UAP incidents are resolved they will fall into one of five potential explanatory categories: airborne clutter, natural atmospheric phenomena, USG or U.S. industry developmental programs, foreign adversary systems, and a catchall “other” bin”
Now, the report identifies five possible categories that UAPs could fall into. One of these five is, let’s say, “the option you don’t expect”, that is, everything that remains after excluding everything possible, the catchall option “Other”.
Could we put the alien hypothesis in this category? We believe so.
If the Pentagon had wanted to totally eliminate any hypothesis of “alien contact”, would it have left space for it in a special category called “Other“? We believe they would have not.
5. “Impossible” technology and performances – Pentagon UFO report
“In 18 incidents, described in 21 reports, observers reported unusual UAP movement patterns or flight characteristics. Some UAP appeared to remain stationary in winds aloft, move against the wind, maneuver abruptly, or move at considerable speed, without discernable means of propulsion. In a small number of cases, military aircraft systems processed radio frequency (RF) energy associated with UAP sightings and a Handful of UAP Appear to Demonstrate Advanced Technology. “
The radio frequency (RF) energy detected is very important. Because where there is radio frequency (at least here on Earth) there is communication.
The study says that even if the amount of data available is insufficient it seems that there are some common features for many UAPs. What features? Well, superpowers.
Yes, because these objects accomplish feats that we, humans, cannot even dream of doing with our current aircrafts or any that we will engineer for at least the next thousand years.
To be continued…
What you can expect from the next and final section: we will publish remarkable extracts of an academic paper who has analyzed certain UAP sightings leading to a likely conclusion: the vessels are of extraterrestrial origin.
“A time will come when men will stretch out their eyes. They should see planets like our Earth.” – Christopher Wren