If you are convinced that shape shifting “reptilians” from a distant corner of space and time are walking among us, you aren’t alone. The CIA just declassified almost 3,000 pages of hidden documents going back 70 years, or more.
Thousands of UFO documents
The Senate Intelligence Committee headed by Marco Rubio, who voted against the election challenges like a traitor, “instructed the director of national intelligence, secretary of defense, and the heads of such other agencies” to submit the data in a rider attached to the massive intelligence authorization act. The documents were published publicly HERE at The Black Vault.
The government doesn’t call the craft which the undocumented interstellar aliens fly around in, “UFO’s,” they prefer the term Unidentified Aerial Phenomena. The documents have notes about everything from mysterious explosions to alleged contact with aliens.
Daily Mail started sifting through the records and came up with couple interesting entries. They turned up a collection of what they call “perplexing, yet unverified” accounts. There are a bunch of stories about “mysterious disks tracking across the sky, spewing beams of light across small towns, causing explosions and even a few claims of military officers confronting aliens that come out of outlandish vehicles.”
A Swedish pilot and flight mechanic spotted a “completely unorthodox, metallic object.” It was flying at “the speed of sound” outside Stockholm. All the way back in 1953. More recently, in 1985, a “Russian airliner crew describes coming within 50 kilometers of a yellow disk that was shooting out beams of light.”
“Other documents,” they write, “show correspondence between CIA officers about the UFO sightings.” Spooks aren’t spooked by stories of little green men.
“Sometimes the officers brush off observers’ stories as purely superstitious, even when another explanation isn’t clear.” Sometimes, even they can’t figure out a good cover story. “But in several instances, the officers show genuine concern that perhaps something is at play.”
CIA not so sure
British paper the Sun also dug into the documents and found that “within the pages are a bizarre story of a mysterious explosion in a small Russian town.”
The “moving fiery sphere” reported by local residents was debunked as “a store of ammonium nitrate was the source of the blast.” The CIA wasn’t so sure. their investigation “was inconclusive.”
The researcher who manages the website for Black Vault, John Greenewald Jr., is especially fascinated by one account. “a report about seemingly urgent UFO information being hand-delivered to an Assistant Deputy Director for Science & Technology at the CIA in April 1976.”
Those who think shape shifting reptilians are openly sharing our planet and perhaps even infiltrating our government just got a boost to their egos out of this cache of documents. “Most details about the information were redacted,” but Greenewald is determined. He’s already licking the envelope on another round of FOIA requests.
The reason nobody heard about the startling dump of documents is because nobody knew it was there. Even if anyone in Congress could be bothered to actually read the bills they sign, it wouldn’t have done much difference. As a rider attached at the last minute to the $2.3 trillion COVID-19 relief and government funding bill, nobody noticed that it gave the CIA a mere 180 days to hand it all over.
“The provision received very little attention in part because it wasn’t included in the text of the 5,593-page legislation, but as a ‘committee comment’ attached to the annual intelligence authorization act, which was rolled into the massive bill.”