Disclosure & How Governments Might Be Concealing Alien Visits

June 27, 2024 1:00 AM ‐ ParanormalUFOs
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Disclosure refers to the concept of world governments making previously secret information about extraterrestrial encounters public. This term is often associated with the belief that governments and military organisations have hidden evidence of alien life and Unidentified Flying Object (UFO) sightings from the general public.

Many believe that governments, particularly the United States government, possess classified documents, photographs, and videos that provide undeniable evidence of alien visitations.

If this were true, it would be a monumental task requiring an unprecedented level of cooperation between all world governments. The idea that such a significant secret could be kept by all nations for so long seems implausible, given the geopolitical tensions and conflicts that exist among many countries.

For instance, if a country like Russia or China had definitive proof of alien life, they might use it to gain a strategic advantage or to discredit rival nations, particularly the United States. If we're to accept that the US has proof of alien life, then we have to assume other countries do too. It would be naive to assume that aliens only visit English-speaking countries in the western world.

Some UFO researchers argue that governments have a secretive, high-level agreement due to their mutual interest in maintaining global stability. Revealing the existence of extraterrestrials could cause widespread panic, disrupt economies, and destabilise societies. Therefore, even adversarial countries might see the benefit of keeping this information secret.

Despite the fact that there has been no concrete, verifiable evidence presented to the public that proves the existence of a global cover-up, advocates for transparency have been pushing for disclosure for decades. This includes efforts by activists, researchers, and former government officials to persuade authorities to release these materials.

Campaigners believe the public has a right to know about the existence of extraterrestrial life and its potential implications for humanity. It would also offer the public a better understanding of the nature of alien visitations, which could help address any potential threats or benefits they may pose.

Of course, this is true. What is debated isn’t about the public's right, it's whether this information, or indeed extraterrestrials, even exists. For instance, there was a push for disclosure following the famous alleged crash of an alien spacecraft in Roswell in 1947. However, this incident is now widely accepted to have been nothing more than a weather balloon.

The push for disclosure has been a hot topic in the world of ufology for decades, particularly in the 1990s, when it was fulled by a surge in TV shows and movies featuring alien themes, which conspiracy theorists saw as part of a drip-feeding strategy. Shows like 'The X-Files' and movies like 'Independence Day' and 'Men in Black' were incredibly popular and brought the idea of extraterrestrial life and government conspiracies into mainstream consciousness.

It followed the release of a series of studies conducted by the United States Air Force a decade or so earlier to investigate UFO sightings, which were still very much in the public consciousness. Project Blue Book began in 1952 and officially ended in January 1970. The project's files were declassified and made available to the public in 1976. These declassified files included approximately 12,618 sightings and events, most of which could be explained by natural phenomena or human-made objects, although 701 remained "unidentified."

At the forefront of this push for disclosure is Dr. Steven Greer, a prominent figure in UFO research. A former emergency room physician, Greer has dedicated much of his life to advocating for the full disclosure of information regarding extraterrestrial life and unidentified aerial phenomena (UAPs). Greer is known for his strong belief that governments, particularly the US government, possess significant evidence of extraterrestrial encounters and advanced alien technologies, which they have kept hidden from the public.

One of Greer's most notable contributions is the founding of the Disclosure Project in 1993. The organisation aims to pressure governments to reveal the information they have on UFOs and extraterrestrial life. The Disclosure Project has amassed a large collection of testimonies from military personnel, government officials, and other credible witnesses who claim to have encountered or have knowledge of extraterrestrial phenomena.

Despite all the attention in the 1990s and the public pressure for transparency, full disclosure still hasn't occurred almost three decades later. This might be because governments are concerned about the potential national security implications of revealing the existence of advanced extraterrestrial technology or simply because society isn't ready to handle the whole truth about alien visitations. There are concerns about the social, religious, and economic impacts of such a revelation, but if we're still not ready more than 70 years after Project Blue Book was initiated, when will we ever be ready?

In recent years, the topic of disclosure has gained traction with increasing media coverage and political interest. In 2020, the United States Department of Defense established the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force (UAPTF) to investigate and understand the nature of UAPs. This move included the release of declassified videos showing UAPs.

This move was seen as a step towards greater transparency, but in reality, it has had little to no impact on the information available to the public about the existence of aliens. In fact, the task force has maintained that, while many UAP sightings are unexplained, there's nothing to suggest that they are of extraterrestrial origin.

The most recent milestone in the quest for disclosure was a high-profile US congressional hearing that aimed to address growing concerns and curiosity regarding UAPs. One of the primary goals was to push for greater transparency from government agencies regarding their investigations and findings related to UAPs.

The hearing featured testimonies from individuals who had direct encounters with or knowledge of UAPs. Notably, David Grusch, a former intelligence officer, and David Fravor, a retired Navy commander, provided detailed accounts of their experiences with these unexplained phenomena. Grusch claimed that the US government possessed "intact and partially intact" alien vehicles and had recovered "non-human" biologics from crash sites. Fravor recounted his encounter with a UAP during a training mission in 2004, famously known as the "Tic Tac" incident.

This all seemed very promising at the time, but the hearing took place almost a year ago, and progress towards full disclosure has remained slow. But this is probably to be expected, as government processes are often slow and complex. Governments may also be cautious about releasing some details about UAPs that might be intertwined with national security interests, revealing too much could compromise security.

The 2023 congressional hearing marked an important step and contributed to the push for transparency. However, the path to full disclosure is fraught with challenges, and whether or not it will ever happen remains uncertain. It's clear that the journey to understanding UAPs is likely to be long, and until then, the truth about UFOs and potential alien visitations remains elusive.

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