Shall We Talk About “Off-World Vehicles” For A Moment?
With all the crazy happening here on earth, let’s escape those realities for a moment and talk about vehicles outside of our world? The government calls them “off-world vehicles.” OK then, that’s what we’ll call them. It seems that the US government has held classified briefings lately about our planet being visited by folks outside of our solar system. The idea of our government seriously discussing flying saucers, er, I mean off-world vehicles, right now makes sense. Why? Because it’s crazy-time here on earth with protests, a pandemic, and free porn. It’s time to look beyond earth cruisers.
Our government must feel those distractions make for a better acceptance of little green men showing up in silver dishes. But seriously, there are some serious investigations going on at the Office of Naval Intelligence according to the New York Times. That’s because in recent years there have been filmed encounters with unexplained flying things.
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Then just like that the objects shoot off into the ether
With the interweb being a source of everything sensational we’re sure by now you’ve seen those gray military videos shot from our own jets. You’ll see a jumping thing off in the distance that doesn’t look natural nor like anything from Earth. You hear the pilot communicating with other fellow flyers in the vicinity and they too sound blown away. Then just like that the objects shoot off into the ether.
According to Eric W. Davis, an astrophysicist who worked with the Pentagon U.F.O. program since 2007, “We couldn’t make it ourselves.” That’s in reference to the group examining the multitude of videos and images from recent years according to the NY Times. So now some of the Pentagon’s findings will be revealed to the public.
The subject of these briefings is “off-world vehicles not made on this earth”
Mr. Davis has been busy of late giving classified briefings to the Defense Department, Senate Armed Services Committee, and the Senate Intelligence Committee. The subject of these briefings is “off-world vehicles not made on this earth.” A surprising result of these briefings is that certain Senators admit our government has alien materials stored somewhere. Not only that but many who officially delve into these matters say there are alien materials in the private sector.
“After looking into this, I came to the conclusion that there were reports—some were substantive, some not so substantive—that there were actual materials that the government and the private sector had in their possession,” Senator Harry Reid told the Times. Reid even alluded to the government having a “retrieved craft” in its possession.
They may want to wait a bit to see how things turn out
If others from another world are zipping around earth this might be as good a time as any to stop by. The multitude of distractions we earthlings face at the moment might not lead the nightly news should they pop up in Kansas City. Of course, that’s also a good reason why they should hold off. They may want to wait a bit to see how things turn out.
You know that our government does not want to ignite panic by releasing everything it knows. But over the decades things have been presented that over time could soften the probability that aliens are scoping earth out. Back in 2017 the NY Times featured a number of videos of which we discussed earlier.
It got its hands on the videos through the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program. It’s a secretive Pentagon group looking into US UFO encounters. Looking at the videos it’s hard not to look at them and then agree we are not alone. Even the US Navy has come out to confirm they’re real. So far, it’s not a threat so much as it’s a serious curiosity.
But then it always has been since just after WWII when incidents and then books told the story of unexplained flying objects. Americans have had 75 years to digest that truth. If the US government is afraid of a second War of the Worlds broadcast disaster we’re way past that intellectually. Hey, Pentagon-give us what you’ve got, and let’s get on to discussing what we should do about it?