Are UAP’s really a threat to national security? Transparency and responsible disclosure.

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know “The Phenomenon” , one of the most popular and talked about documentaries, written and directed by James Fox, was released October 6th, 2020.

The documentary dives into the Uap phenomena and the on-going secrecy within the United States government with appearances by high ranking government officials and NASA astronauts.

More importantly however, is the topic of the unidentified aerial phenomena being witnessed in our skies by military personnel, being a potential threat to national security.

As the topic of unidentified aerial phenomena is being talked about more and more in the mainstream media, anyone with a rational perspective on the issue would have to wonder if these anomalies being witnessed in the sky really are a potential threat.

Let’s start with what we know so far.

Former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has been quoted saying “If they had been called upon by the president to launch, they couldn’t have done it.” Referring to what he believed to be interference by UAP’s, tampering with our nuclear weapons. Also saying, “there is more than one up there.”

What does this mean for our military and the citizens of the United States?

For all intents and purposes, this would be considered to be an “act of war” by the military and our government. And, incidents of UAPs being witnessed over nuclear facilities is nothing new. In fact, UAPs have been reported flying over nuclear facilities since the creation of the Atomic bomb. For anyone who is new to ufology would be wise to look into the Los Alamos and Sandia, New Mexico incidents (the home of the A-Bomb) in 1948.

In the summer of 1952, the Washington ufo incident or incidents, also known as the Washington flap, was a series of  Uap reports from July 12 to July 29, 1952, over Washington, D.C. The most publicized sightings took place on consecutive weekends, July 19–20 and July 26–27. These unidentified craft were spotted flying over the capital building prompting the Air Force to scramble fighter jets to intercept what was thought to be an immediate danger.

The fighter pilots were out maneuvered and were unable to intercept the unidentified craft. The Air Force however, made an official statement saying the event was nothing more than a weather inversion.

That statement should be left up to the reader to decide pending further research, to come up with their own conclusions.

But of you believe these anomalies that were spotted flying over Washington were craft controlled by human or extraterrestrial intelligence, you once again would have to consider the motivation of such action.

On both weekends when the unidentified craft were seen, there was no immediate danger or any reason to panic unnecessarily. Perhaps that is why the government’s decision to downplay the incident was considered by some to be the best choice at the time. Because once again, there was no real threat to our people or our land.

Now, fast forwarding a few decades, we have the videos released by the Pentagon, of Navy pilots encountering unidentified craft maneuvering in ways that they claim defy the laws of physics. Moreover, jamming their radars in at least on occasion thus, committing another “act of war.”

But again, even these encounters were not threatening in nature. The Navy pilots were not attacked or harmed in any way.

So with all of the Uap activity happening in our air space, it’s clear that this phenomena should be something everyone should be concerned about and talking about different options on how to move forward is necessary to keep ourselves from a potential harm. If these anomalies in our skies are extraterrestrial, we cannot leave anything off of the table when it comes to options about gaining a understanding about what is actually happening. But also considering that in spite of these incidents around our nuclear facilities, unidentified craft flying over the capital building, or having a few run ins with or military personnel, there has never been an act of aggression or any attack on our military personnel (as far as we know as the average citizen). Yes, there have been stories and speculation but nothing that the American government would admit to as of yet.

With the topic of UFOs in our air space gaining momentum in the mainstream media and the government giving the American people tiny bits of information, giving the average citizen the impression that there is in fact, something going on that our government or military can not explain, we now have to seriously consider how we as Americans will respond and how our military will respond to an actual and undeniable encounter with an extraterrestrial intelligence.

In an interview on Sunday, Fox News anchor Maria Bartiromo asked Trump, “Can you explain why the Department of Defense has set up a UFO task force? Are there UFOs?”

“Well, I’m going to have to check on that,” Trump replied. “I mean, I’ve heard that. I heard that two days ago. So I’ll check on that. I’ll take a good, strong look at that.”

Trump then went on to talk about the U.S. military:

“I will tell you this: We have now created a military the likes of which we have never had before. In terms of equipment, the—the equipment we have, the weapons we have, and hope to god we never have to use it. But have created a military the likes of which nobody has, nobody has, ever had. Russia, China, they’re all envious of what we had. All built in the USA. We’ve rebuilt it all—$2.5 trillion dollars. As far as the other question I’ll check on it, I heard about it two days ago actually.”

President Trump

Now, with him immediately bringing up the military and the new capabilities of the like we’ve never seen before, definitely makes me raise an eyebrow.

Was this a way of saying that the phenomena we have been witnessing in our skies our own military?

Was this a way of giving the American public reassurance that our military has things under control?

Or as some have speculated, a warning to extraterrestrial intelligence that we would be ready for war?

That remains to be seen down the road I suppose.

But if it was a warning to our intergalactic neighbors, maybe we shouldn’t be so quick to pull the trigger and get a handle on what is really going on. Moreover, finding out if our otherworldly counterparts could be allies in a bigger picture that us as humans do not know about yet, would be a better option than making another unnecessary enemy.

There is gonna have to be difficult conversations amongst our leaders in the American government as well as proud the globe. And we will, to some extent, trust our leaders to make the right decisions moving forward in engaging with unknown life forms visiting our planet.

In the mean time however, private sector investigators and research teams such as the TTSA and other organizations of similar interests, should continue aggressively in finding answers and also, coming up with protocols to help the government and more importantly the citizens around the planet deal with an extraterrestrial presence in a calm a mind responsible fashion.

Kristen Welker: A Uap trailblazer in the making?

On Monday, medium.com put out an article questioning if Kristen Welker would have the courage to ask about the Uap phenomena in spite of the fact that her controversial career is leading her to a quite substantial and bright future with NBC.

With the hazing she has had to endure during the past couple of days by President Donald Trump on Twitter, one would think this would be an excellent opportunity to stand out not only as a journalist, but also as the presidential debate moderator who had the gumption to ask both candidates about a subject that most of the mainstream media has avoided in fear of ridicule. The heat in her seat and controversy is already there, so why not right?

On Thursday, October 22nd at 9:00pm eastern time, the second presidential debate will take place in Nashville, Tennessee. Assuming the debate will go live as scheduled in spite of the ongoing pandemic, it will last 90 minutes without commercial interruption and cover six different segments including the much talked about issue of national security.

Now this doesn’t mean that the Uap phenomena will take precedence on this particular issue but due to recent developments in Washington, over the past few years including the admittion of the AATIP program and the Navy videos being released and confirmed by the Pentagon, should be taken into consideration when deciding whether or not Kristen Welker would have enough meat on her plate to ask about an issue that is gaining momentum in the public eye.

If more is need for Welker to give her more initiative to ask about this phenomena, she could also look to the Uap Task Force created by Deputy Defense Secretary David Norquist on August 4th 2020.

Or, she could look to the bill written and introduced by Marco Rubio reviewing Uap activity in American air space to be included in the draft of the Intelligence Authorization Act. The call for the UAP review was included in a report accompanying a draft of the Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2021 that Senator Marco Rubio, a Florida Republican, submitted on behalf of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence on June 17, 2020.

This information alone should give Kristen Welker enough weight to ask questions about what is going on in the skies of our great nation.

Will it be enough though?

I’m guessing not, but perhaps if enough people were to send her an email asking her to put herself on the line for the greater good of our nation, she could be persuaded.

If not, it’s something that should be considered by other mainstream media journalists and future presidential debate moderators alike.

The slow drip of disclosure will continue with or without Kristen Welker having the courage to step up and ask our presidential candidates tough questions that could lead to a ground shaking revelation and change everything we thought we knew about our planet and the universe we inhabit.

One could only hope however, she will be the trailblazer in mainstream media and lead us into new conversations about potentially life changing phenomena happening right now.

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Lies and Negativity in Evp Research

So in my preview to this particular issue I asked you to think about how negativity played a roll in your paranormal experiences. Moreover, how it could have an impact on research and evidence you should happen to collect.

First, I would like you to think back on a day or days you were feeling on top of the world. When you were in such a great place, nothing or no one could possibly break the positive attitude you carried with you through the day.

The negativity around you, no matter how strong or how vicious it was circling around you, could not break through the wall of positivity you had in place in that particular time frame.

If someone were to tell you something negative, whether it was true or not, would not be entertained by you. If a lie were to be told to you, by someone trying to break your spirit, it also would not be entertained nor believed by you because of the positive energy surrounding you gave you insight to the truth.

Now let’s take a look at the opposite side of this scenario.

Think back to a time when you were feeling down, depressed, or just plain irritated by everyone and everything around you.

The negativity surrounding you felt oppressive, and relentless. Lies being told to you were believable and made you suspicious of people’s intentions and you would have more of an inclination to dwell on, and project onto others what you believed to be true.

Am I correct? I believe in general, that I am.

Now apply this basic knowledge to the paranormal.

Whether it happens to be investigating claims of someone in need, personal experiences, or simply by reviewing someone else’s evidence, your attitude and approach can lead to an often inaccurate conclusion and sometimes lead to an unwanted attachment.

Using my own personal experience as an example, I thought nothing of this topic. Warnings of this phenomena being rarely discussed or debated in the paranormal community, I dove into my research and experiments blind as a bat.

In my first article, EVP PSYCHOSIS, I briefly touched on some of the messages I believed to be random and sometimes hateful. I did not however, go into detail about the lies being stated in said messages and how my negative attitude could have been a contributing factor in the messages I received and the and the ominous undertones behind them.

When I first started my experiments with electronic voice phenomena, the messages I was able to capture were passive, random messages that seemed to be residual type anomalies coming through my digital recorder.

Nothing hostile or malevolent in nature and quite unassuming. And, I was very excited to capture my first EVP’s and my attitude and positivity was at an all time high for the simple fact that what I had been reading about and seeing on television was true and had my own evidence and personal experience to back it up.

It was not too shortly however, that I started getting hostile messages directed towards me and I couldn’t understand why.

I soon after realized that I must have opened some sort of portal or doorway into another world or perhaps another dimension.

I had made this conclusion due to the fact in one of the messages I captured, was a question asking me if I could hear that particular entity through my digital recording device.

After I heard the question during the review of the audio I had recorded the night before, I quickly answered, out loud in an empty room, “yes I can hear you through this device”. It was then that most of the messages I had capture became nasty and malevolent.

I had also realized that after I had answered the question, that my mood had started to change over the course of a few days due to percent issues which I had not noticed until someone pointed out to me very recently.

And as my mood became somber, the messages coming through not only were hostile in nature, but were false predictions of my future.

One after the other, the voices captured on audio were telling me about certain things that were about to happen and other things I knew were not true at all.

And as I stated in the first article, I needed to take a break from collecting anymore evidence and reevaluate how I would proceed after the fact.

Reflecting back now, and listening to other testimony from other investigators a bit more seasoned with evp evidence, I now believe that my shift in mood and the attitude I had approaching my experiments had a significant impact on the results.

Now of course I cannot say if my mood and negativity were a direct link to the responses I had gotten, but there is a strong case to be made that there was.

Another question I had to ask myself was, were the lies I had been told about my future and almost everything else that was false, a direct link to my negativity as well?

It has been said that poltergeist activity can be produced from raw emotions and perhaps a form of telekinesis being projected from the subconscious mind.

Could these types of anomalous events be the result of the same emotions I had been experiencing during my experimentation with EVP’s? It’s quite possible.

One thing I do know for sure is that the lies that come from entities through evp sessions should be at the forefront of of an investigator’s thoughts when reviewing audio evidence.

It should also be discussed more often in different circles among the paranormal community and made a top priority when educating and training new investigators.

Moreover, negativity in mood or environment should be avoided as much as possible to avoid a possible negative attachment while investigating a location.

And as far as someone who isn’t an investigator or researcher, who might be an average person with a paranormal experience, should consider the mood they happened to be in that day.

This is just another piece of the puzzle that should be taken seriously when conducting evp experiments and should be discussed more often than it has been to avoid a potentially bad experience.

And some day soon, if we continue to learn and communicate with each other about our experiences and evidence we have collected, we might actually discover something groundbreaking in the field of the paranormal.