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An Update On UFOs—False Flag Or Sci-Fi Come True?


The UFO topic has come to be a persistent, perennial issue in the news cycle.

Many popular hypotheses have emerged as to what is going on, some believe that this is all part of an elaborate government false flag operation that has its origins in Project Bluebeam.

Others believe that these reports are sightings of deep black military projects, still, there is that 3rd pesky possibility—that these things just aren’t from ‘here’—whatever that means.

UFOs could be coming from outer space, our own oceans—as some reports now seem to suggest, or from a military base somewhere in the Nevada desert.

Personally, I don’t see why all of the prevailing theories cannot be true simultaneously—we could be witnessing a Bluebeam-style false flag at the same time as having legitimate ‘unearthly’ visitors.

Recently, Lester Holt of NBC News anchored this explosive report:

Fox News had more details on the study:

A draft research report authored by Sean Kirkpatrick, the director of the Pentagon’s All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) and Abraham Loeb, chairman of Harvard University’s astronomy department was released on March 7 and focuses on the physical constraints of unidentified aerial phenomena.

“…An artificial interstellar object could potentially be a parent craft that releases many small probes during its close passage to Earth, an operational construct not too dissimilar from NASA missions,” the report read.

“These ‘dandelion seeds’ could be separated from the parent craft by the tidal gravitational force of the Sun or by a maneuvering capability.”

Officials at the Pentagon and researchers at Harvard believe that there could potentially be an extraterrestrial mothership somewhere in our solar system sending probes to Earth.

We have been seeing many of these reports and studies echo an eerily similar vibe in the last several months—supporting the theory that this is part of a broader, coordinated effort to launch a false flag operation and blame it on aliens.

After all, the blunders of the Biden administration are weighing heavy on America—record inflation, an energy crisis, supply chain issues, and geopolitical tensions that threaten to spark a third world war are just some of the issues currently plaguing America.

Aliens would be a convenient excuse to distract from all of that while getting that precious defense funding.

Still, the theory that we may not be alone cannot be discounted. UFO sightings go way back in history, according to the U.S. government, the military has been tracking UFOs for at least 70 years.

It is difficult for me to believe that the military apparatus has been sitting on this technology and has not outfitted the armed forces with this technology in the ensuing 70 years since these things were first ‘officially’ encountered in the 1940s.

Here is photographic evidence of one of these mysterious objects, captured in 1990, known as the Calvine Photograph:

According to sources, the Calvine UFO was 31 meters in length and dwarfed the nearby objects in the sky. After hovering near a hillside for some time, it shot straight up at high speed and disappeared from view.

It appears to have no markings or military insignia and it doesn’t resemble anything in our current inventory or any adversarial inventory.

Our Editor-in-Chief Noah offered his theory on what is going on in this thorough article, I highly encourage you to read it!

A recent Popular Mechanics article reported this, but noted that the physical anomalies could have been due to limitations in the instruments used to gather the data:

While designing “physical constraints” in order to analyze these UFOs, Kirkpatrick and Loeb determined that the recent UAP observations do defy the laws of physics, stating that “the friction of UAP with the surrounding air or water is expected to generate a bright optical fireball, ionization shell and tail—implying radio signatures.”

However, many of the UAPs studied show no signs of these signatures.


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