The US Navy has confirmed that certain UFO videos made public over the past several years do indeed show “unidentified aerial phenomena.”
Because of the constant pressure posed by the people willing to know the truth of what’s really happening on this planet, they had no choice other than declassify decades of thorough investigations of unidentified flying objects. The CIA, the FBI, the Navy, military officials, retired astronauts, ex-personnel of area 51, plus many other governments from which we remind Brazil and their famous Colares incident, Russia and recently China, all of these admitting in part or in full that some really messed up things are happening around us, with the cause probably being otherworldly.
Although this data has been known for quite some time by those actively investigating the UFO phenomenon, there are others who are just waking up to this reality and who deserve to know the truth.
In a recent gathering of the non-profit organization known as Citizen Hearing, Shi-Li Sun, an esteemed researcher and president of the Chinese UFO Federation has stepped forward denouncing this concealed reality of UFOs.
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According to him, the UFO phenomenon not only is authentic, but it stretches back tens of thousands of years, to a time when ancient China was barely shaping its culture and traits. In his acceptance, otherworldly visitors might had impacted our entire society, and for an unknown period of time contributed to the foundation of humanity before vanishing into outer space, probably to return at a later date to check on Earth’s well-being. In Chinese culture, all these otherworldly beings personified as deities were converted into a single great cosmic beast – the Dragon.
“CHINESE PEOPLE CONSIDER OURSELVES AS THE DESCENDENT OF DRAGON, AND DRAGON IS FROM OUTER SPACE IN THE CHINESE CULTURE, SO IN THE CHINESE CULTURE WE ARE FROM OUTER SPACE AS DESCENDENT OF DRAGON,” SHI-LI AFFIRMED.
To break this short, here is what he had to say on behalf of himself, and all the prominent figures involved in the Chinese UFO Organization:
“CERTAINLY, AFTER YEARS OF RESEARCH, A LARGE NUMBER OF CHINESE UFO SCHOLARS, INCLUDING MYSELF, ARE CONVINCED OF THE AUTHENTICITY OF UFO, THE EXISTENCE OF UFOS AND ALIENS…SO, WE BELIEVE IN THE EXISTENCE OF UFOS, WE BELIEVE IN THE EXISTENCE OF ALIENS AND EXTRATERRESTRIALS.”
After president of the Chinese UFO Federation has stepped forward, the US Navy has confirmed that certain UFO videos made public over the past several years do indeed show “unidentified aerial phenomena.”
Three videos posted online that have been described as being related to UFO sightings do indeed include footage of “unidentified aerial phenomena,” a U.S. Navy spokesman confirmed.
But as for specifics, spokesman Joseph Gradisher said the Navy doesn’t know exactly what the objects are.
“The three videos (one from 2004 and two from 2015) show incursions into our military training ranges by unidentified aerial phenomena,” Gradisher told NBC News in an emailed statement.
“The Navy has characterized the observed phenomena as unidentified,” he said.
To the Stars Academy of Arts and Sciences, a group dedicated to pursuing research into UFOs and extraterrestrial life that was co-founded by rocker Tom DeLonge of Blink 182, helped bring attention to the videos. The three videos were posted by TTSA and The New York Times in December 2017 and March 2018, NBC New York reported.
The website The Black Vault last week first reported the Navy’s “unidentified aerial phenomena” designation and said the three videos are commonly known as “FLIR1,” “Gimbal” and “GoFast.”
The video called FLIR1 shows an oblong-shaped object, which accelerates out of view from sensors. The group says that video is from 2004 and the “2004 Nimitz incident.”
Gradisher did not name the videos in his emails, but said the video from the 2004 sighting is from an aircraft from the carrier USS Nimitz.
In the video called Gimbal, a crew member is heard saying “look at that thing” about an object that they said appeared to be going against the wind. One says they believed it was a drone.
The video called Go Fast, which the group says is from 2015, shows an object that appears to be over water and crews are heard asking “what the f— is that?” and “what is that, man?”
To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science says online that U.S. military videos of “unidentified aerial phenomenon” have been through the declassification review process and approved for public release.
Gradisher disputed those assertions. He said the video from 2004 from the Nimitz was widely shared throughout the ship at the time and was posted online by a crew member in 2007. The online post came to the attention of Navy officials in 2009, but officials decided not to pursue the matter because of the time that had elapsed and the size of the crew at the time, which was around 5,000, he said.
The Navy “has no information” on how the other two videos were released into general circulation, Gradisher said. “These videos are copies of official Navy footage taken by Naval personnel conducting training missions in controlled military airspace,” he said.
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