by Norio Hayakawa:
I am in total agreement with Col. John Alexander that there has never been any intentional cover-up of the UFO phenomenon by the United States government.
The U.S. government has never directly, officially or publicly admitted the existence of UFOs.
It was only towards the end of 2019 that some officials in the Pentagon indirectly suggested that more research into what it aptly described as UAP (Unidentified Aerial Phenomena – – not “UFOs”) may be a worthwhile endeavor.
It seems to me that there are those in the elitist sector of the government and the military who espouse the belief (the belief that I personally also espouse) that the UFO phenomenon “appears to be a paraphysical intrusion into our physical dimension by an unknown intelligence or unknown sentient extradimensional entities, paraphysically materializing themselves and presenting to the observers as a physical extraterrestrial phenomenon and visitation.”
They seem to be convinced that these entities with their craft seem to be able to achieve movements that defy our current laws of physics, and can temporarily affect our physical parameters, such as their ability to appear on our radar systems.
These elitist officials also seem to be convinced that the phenomenon is able to “materialize and de-materialize at will” and is even capable of “transmogrifying” itself into any shape or form (as in the words of the late John A. Keel).
They also seem to be aware that the phenomenon does not seem to be able to survive in our physical dimension except for a few seconds or a few minutes at a time.
This is why, as stated in the beginning, there has never been any intentional cover-up of the UFO phenomenon by the U.S. government, even though the phenomenon itself seems to exist.
The government itself (including the military) has always been perplexed by this enigmatic and deceptive phenomenon, being unable to come up with any conclusions, mainly for the reason that this phenomenon in essence seems to be “paranormal” (or better yet, paraphysical) in nature.
It is therefore quite understandable that the government is incapable and unwilling to deal with this phenomenon and rightfully refuses to explain things of this nature, bordering on “religious” beliefs.
The military, however, seems to have taken advantage of such assumptions (made by some in the government and the military that UFOs are extraterrestrial) and continues to develop various weapons systems as a cogent reason to emulate such technologies emanating from the reported phenomenon, taking advantage of its psychological implications.
The bottom line here is that even though the UFO phenomenon seems to exist, it has not proven itself to be absolute, tangible evidence that we have been visited by actual physical extraterrestrial biological entities in any actual physical spacecraft of any kind. The term “UFOs” is misleading since we still do not know if they are really objects or if they are actually flying as we understand flying to be (as through the use of a propulsion system), as often mentioned by Dr. Jacques Vallee.
Some in the top echelon of the government (and the military) believe that the UFO phenomenon may even be “demonic” in origin, a “diabolical” contraption perpetrated by deceptive paraphysical entities playing tricks with the human mind. Quite a number of government and military officials who espouse this theory seem to exist especially among those with conservative, Evangelical Christian persuasions.
(The word “demonic” is a highly controversial word, often misinterpreted in so many ways. The meaning of this word used by Jacques Vallee or John A. Keel may not necessarily be exactly the same as when used by so-called Fundamentalist Christians.)
Here is a fascinating quote from Dr. Jacque Vallee:
“Human beings are under the control of a strange force that bends them in absurd ways, forcing them to play a role in a bizarre game of deception”.
By the way, a recent interview with Japer Hamill of Britain’s METRO revealed that:
“UFO investigations carried out by the Pentagon and British Ministry of Defence were hampered by the religious beliefs of senior staff, former employees have revealed. Two men who worked on secret UFO programs on both sides of the Atlantic said their work received ‘pushback’ from high-ranking officials who feared fast-moving objects glimpsed in our skies were either ‘demonic’ or divine.
Luis Elizondo, who claimed to have headed up the US Defense Intelligence Agency’s secret Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP), spoke out about his work in a New York Times article last year. Footage of an encounter between an F/A-18 Super Hornet fighter jet and an oval-shaped object with no exhaust, wings or tail travelling at incredible speeds was later released to illustrate the sort of sightings investigated by the AATIP.
The project shut down in 2012 after allegedly amassing information on other aircraft which appeared to move extremely quickly without seeming to have any visible form of propulsion such as a jet engine – or hover in the air without techniques of generating ‘lift’ such as rotor blades.
This investigation was contracted out to BIGELOW AEROSPACE, whose founder (Robert Bigelow) once told CBS 60 Minutes he was ‘absolutely convinced’ that aliens are real and that our planet has been visited by UFOs. Officially, this project was shut down so the cash could be ploughed into other projects.
But Elizondo who claimed to have been a former intelligence officer who ran AATIP, has told LAS VEGAS NOW that his study also received ‘pushback’ from The Pentagon because some top-ranking officials ‘opposed it on religious grounds’.
Nick Pope, a former UFO investigator for the Ministry of Defence, told us that he encountered the same sort of attitude when working in the UK. “I was aware that Pentagon pushback on UFO research was in part due to the religious belief of some of those involved,” he said. “It was an odd irony that UFO investigations were being hampered because some people’s belief in God meant that they either didn’t believe in the existence of extraterrestrial life or that they regarded UFOs and extraterrestrials as demonic.”
The fact that some people regard UFOs as demonic seems to have its roots in the biblical description of Satan as being ‘the prince of the power of the air’ from Ephesians 2:2”.
Luis Elizondo says that he came up against religious pushback from senior staff when he ran the Pentagon’s UFO program, and said “I saw some evidence of this at the MoD too”.
Some officials also seem to bring up Revelation 12:4.
On the other hand, there are others in the government and the military who do not hold this kind of view.
Therein lie the division and the wide gap that exist within the government elitists.
This may be the reason why the government cannot and will not openly disclose the true nature of the UFO phenomenon.
Finally, here is my favorite quote from Nicola Tesla:
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