UFO's are PSYOPS

UFO's are PSYOPS

The New York Times published a bombshell article about the United States government admitting they've been monitoring true UFO's for the last few years. They even published a video of one.

2017 was such a crazy year, that The New York Times disclosing UFO's are real was barely breaking news. Unbelievable.

But here we are, proof of UFO's. What does this mean?

The program collected video and audio recordings of reported U.F.O. incidents, including footage from a Navy F/A-18 Super Hornet showing an aircraft surrounded by some kind of glowing aura traveling at high speed and rotating as it moves.
— New York Times

I have no idea, actually. I've always suspected UFO's are real, without having seen one.

Of course, UFO simply means "unidentified flying object" and has nothing, specifically, to do with aliens or being extra-terrestrial. It's my belief from personal research & hundreds of hours of exposure to the subject since I was a child, that a small sub-section of UFO sightings are legitimate. The majority of them seem to be centered around sightings of "black triangle" UFO's, although there are other types not in this form that also withstand skeptical scrutiny.

It's also my opinion that these authentic UFO sightings are reporting a human phenomenon: there's just something about the way these things act & move that make me think humans are involved. Just because the technology is advanced does not mean we're not capable of creating it. 

This has been my belief for a long time: That most UFO sighting accounts are bunk, except for a fractional few; and these few authentic sightings tend to generally be of black triangle UFO's; and that humans are the one's responsible for the UFO's origins.

But then what about the UFO myth? The one with the little gray men, abductions, and other planets / dimensions? I just don't know. It's since come out that the U.S. government has implemented disinformation operations to push public attention away from a human explanation of UFO's toward something ridiculous & science-fiction (like aliens).

[Bigelow Aerospace] modified buildings in Las Vegas for the storage of metal alloys and other materials that [the] program contractors said had been recovered from unidentified aerial phenomena.
— New York Times

This disinformation operation would make sense whether human UFO's are true or not. This societal myth would give cover to the military to test their own, known, clandestine aircraft. It would also give cover to study the origins of unknown, and potentially hostile, clandestine technology.

All of this would sound crazy were it not for the December 2017 article titled "Glowing Auras and ‘Black Money’: The Pentagon’s Mysterious U.F.O. Program."

A 2009 Pentagon briefing summary of the program prepared by its director at the time asserted that ‘what was considered science fiction is now science fact,’ and that the United States was incapable of defending itself against some of the technologies discovered.
— New York Times

Something weird is going on.

Apparently a segment of our government has no idea where the UFO's are coming from, and they demanded answers (even in secret). Is it coming from a top secret black-operation inside America? Is it the doomsday technology of a hostile government? Or is it something even deeper, and more sinister... 

It's not outside any government to weaponize the superstitions of a nation. It's been done plenty before, and guaranteed goes on today.

UFO's are part of that superstition, except it didn't arise from nowhere. The origins of this myth springs from true technology, true eye-witness reports, true events.

Stories of aliens & UFO's contribute to a blanket of myth vital to a secret & epic balance of power on Planet Earth. Who's flying what in the sky?

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