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Interest of• 1947 BSAA Avro Lancastrian Star Dust accident
• Biblioteca Pleyades
• Mario Borghezio
• William Cooper
• Richard Dolan
• Robbie Graham
• Leslie Kean
• Gary McKinnon
• Laurence Rockefeller
• John A. Samford
• Richard Sauder
• Max Spiers
• Richard Thieme
• US/Navy
• Paul Vigay
Unidentified flying objects are a mysterious subject. While there have been credible reports of unsolved massive sightings, corporate media all over the world continue blaming aliens, while the world's air forces’ high-tech, massive black budgets go largely unquestioned.

An Unidentified Flying Object (UFO) is by its original 1953 definition: "any airborne object which by performance, aerodynamic characteristics, or unusual features, does not conform to any presently known aircraft or missile type, or which cannot be positively identified as a familiar object".[1] It can, depending on the observation, be synonymous or have a strong overlap with Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP).

Official Narrative

Most UFOs are identified on the investigation as conventional objects or phenomena. In popular media, especially film and television, they are near-universally attributed to extraterrestrial lifeforms (“Aliens”).


UFO's are a highly manipulated topic[2][3][4] which has caused many controversies over the years. There is some speculation that the increased nuclear testing since the 1950s coincided with increased UFO activity and a number of sightings have been close to nuclear installations.[5][6][7]

The journalist Leslie Kean observes:

“But at the same time these reports were filed, the government was telling the general public that they had no interest in UFOs and weren’t investigating them anymore. So the documents sort of run counter to the public stance of the government since the close of its own agency back in 1970. So that’s sort of an interesting thing.”
Leslie Kean [8]

Disclosure movement

60 Minutes (May 16, 2021) - Navy pilots describe encounters with UFOs

Matthew Ehret points out the involvement and financing of the UFO disclosure movement by Laurence Rockefeller and asks the questions:

“Did Laurence Rockefeller or those on his payroll or those in the CIA actually care about the right of the people to know hidden truths, or is the plan just designed to mis-direct the minds of credulous and jaded citizens into an invisible cage? Might such a mis-direction prevent people from dealing with issues of America’s lurch to fascism and accelerating disintegration? Is it possible that these pedophiles, globalists, and Malthusian billionaires care less about the truth and more about inducing Americans to fixate on aliens while the republic is destroyed under economic collapse and war?”
Matthew Ehret [9]



In 2013 RBTH interviewed a person named Vasily Yeremenko, who according to the article, oversaw the KGB division for air force and aircraft manufacturing. This division was "entrusted with the task of collecting all reports of UFO sightings". In the early 80's, an experiment was staged to summon UFO's: "By then, experts had realized that UFOs were frequently sighted in areas of "heightened tension" – for instance, during weapons tests, or when there was a lot of military hardware gathered in one area." The article describes these objects as "luminous spheres", akin to the Foo fighter's of World War 2.[10]

United States

Early history

Gerald K. Haines for Studies In Intelligence writes:[4]

The first report of a "flying saucer" over the United States came on 24 June 1947, when Kenneth Arnold, a private pilot and reputable businessman, while looking for a downed plane sighted nine disk-shaped objects near Mt. Rainier, Washington, traveling at an estimated speed of over 1,000 mph. Arnold's report was followed by a flood of additional sightings, including reports from military and civilian pilots and air traffic controllers all over the United States. In 1948, Air Force Gen. Nathan Twining, head of the Air Technical Service Command, established Project SIGN (initially named Project SAUCER) to collect, collate, evaluate, and distribute within the government all information relating to such sightings, on the premise that UFOs might be real and of national security concern.

The Technical Intelligence Division of the Air Material Command (AMC) at Wright Field (later Wright-Patterson Air Force Base) in Dayton, Ohio, assumed control of Project SIGN and began its work on 23 January 1948. Although at first fearful that the objects might be Soviet secret weapons, the Air Force soon concluded that UFOs were real but easily explained and not extraordinary. The Air Force report found that almost all sightings stemmed from one or more of three causes: mass hysteria and hallucination, hoax, or misinterpretation of known objects. Nevertheless, the report recommended continued military intelligence control over the investigation of all sightings and did not rule out the possibility of extraterrestrial phenomena.

Amid mounting UFO sightings, the Air Force continued to collect and evaluate UFO data in the late 1940s under a new project, GRUDGE, which tried to alleviate public anxiety over UFOs via a public relations campaign designed to persuade the public that UFOs constituted nothing unusual or extraordinary. UFO sightings were explained as balloons, conventional aircraft, planets, meteors, optical illusions, solar reflections, or even "large hailstones." GRUDGE officials found no evidence in UFO sightings of advanced foreign weapons design or development, and they concluded that UFOs did not threaten US security. They recommended that the project be reduced in scope because the very existence of Air Force official interest encouraged people to believe in UFOs and contributed to a "war hysteria" atmosphere. On 27 December 1949, the Air Force announced the project's termination.

With increased Cold War tensions, the Korean war, and continued UFO sightings, USAF Director of Intelligence Maj. Gen. Charles P. Cabell ordered a new UFO project in 1952. Project BLUE BOOK became the major Air Force effort to study the UFO phenomenon throughout the 1950s and 1960s. The task of identifying and explaining UFOs continued to fall on the Air Material Command at Wright-Patterson. With a small staff, the Air Technical Intelligence Center (ATIC) tried to persuade the public that UFOs were not extraordinary. Projects SIGN, GRUDGE, and BLUE BOOK set the tone for the official US Government position regarding UFOs for the next 30 years.

"It doesn't exist officially. It uses highly pressured mercury accelerated by nuclear energy to produce a plasma that creates a field of anti-gravity around the ship. Conventional thrusters located at the tips of the craft allow it to perform all manner of rapid high-speed maneuvers along all three axes. Interestingly, the plasma generated also reduces radar signature significantly. So it'll be almost invisible on radar & remain undetected. This literally means that it can go to any country it likes without being detected by air traffic control & air defense systems." [11]


Nevada is home to "Area 51", the common name of a highly classified US Air Force airfield and test location officially called Homey Airport (KXTA) or Groom Lake (after the salt flat situated next to its airfield). The place is steeped in history with UFO sightings (stimulated by spooks such as Ulius Amoss[12] and W. Stuart Symington[13]) that has caused virtually all theories regarding the need for such secrecy to be just "conspiracy theories", nevertheless in 2013, the CIA released an official history of the U-2 and OXCART projects from the 1950s up until the 1970s which acknowledged the existence of Area 51 in response to a FOIA request submitted in 2005.[14] In 2012, a BBC crew who attempted to walk past security "watching TV" and enter the base was held a gunpoint, detained for 12 hours, while the FBI took their equipment, told the crew "that this incident was so serious that Washington had to call London to advise that 12 'Brits' had just breached security at America's most top-secret military base and that we all were at one point going to jail for six months", and that they escaped the punishment named "make you disappear and your body will never be found"[15], being tailed by FBI for the remainder of their stay in the US, raising questions what is happening there.

Since 2020

By 2020 the Department of Defense has reversed its decades old stance after the closure of Project Bluebook to categorically deny/ignore the existence of the phenomenon[citation needed] and acknowledged the authenticity of US/Navy fighter jet videos from 2004 and 2015.[16]

TR-3 Black Manta

In the 2010s several websites hosted by US military-veterans accused the US Air Force black projects as responsible for the "black triangle planes". The spotted triangles would belong to the "TR-3 Black Manta".[17][18]

External links


Related Quotation

George Carlin“To my way of thinking, there is every bit as much evidence for the existence of UFOs as there is for the existence of God. Probably far more. At least in the case of UFOs there have been countless taped and filmed—and, by the way, unexplained—sightings from all over the world, along with documented radar evidence seen by experienced military and civilian radar operators.”George Carlin


Related Documents

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:Deception and distraction strategies relating to the John F Kennedy Assassinationarticle2017Garrick Alder
Document:Getting it Rightarticle2011Lobster MagazineA realistic appraisal of the functioning and lack of EFFECTIVE political oversight of the UK Secret Intelligence Services
Document:Out of the Closet on UFOsarticle16 February 2014Richard ThiemeRichard Thieme admitting to believing in UFO's (the variety that have no explanation other than that they are the transports of non-human sentient beings or robots and of other than earthly origin).
File:3-graham-and-alford-ufo-perceptions.pdfpaper2011Robbie Graham
Matthew Alford
A History of Government Management of UFO Perceptions through Film and Television


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  2. http://archive.today/2019.02.12-032854/https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mirage_Men
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  13. https://d-state-research.com/home/senator-stuart-symington-and-the-sale-of-fort-monmouth-secrets-look-theres-a-ufo/
  14. http://www2.gwu.edu/~nsarchiv/NSAEBB/NSAEBB434/
  15. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2216077/BBC-film-crew-held-gunpoint-trying-failing-sneak-U-S-Area-51-military-base.html
  16. https://www.defense.gov/Newsroom/Releases/Release/Article/2165713/statement-by-the-department-of-defense-on-the-release-of-historical-navy-videos/
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  18. https://military.wikia.org/wiki/TR-3_Black_Manta