Biden signs new legislation to study UFOs into law
Unbeknownst to most Americans, President Biden has just signed far-reaching legislation that could soon confirm the existence of an alien presence on Earth.
The National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2023 (NDAA 2023), which allocates $816.7 billion to the Department of Defense (DoD) and Intelligence Community (IC), enjoys strong bipartisan support in the House. and in the Senate.
And this is arguably the biggest story that the mainstream media has not adequately covered. Unlike other years, this law puts into operation the All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO), which will seek to unravel the origin of UFOs or, if we prefer the updated military euphemism, unidentified aerospace-submarine phenomena (UAPs) .
Among other things, this new legislation:
He provides vastly improved authority and resources to the AARO, which now reports directly to the leaders of the Department of Defense and the Intelligence Community. The organization’s unusual name serves to make clear that its reach extends to anomalous objects, regardless of their location (i.e. ground, air, underwater, or space).
He orders a review of all intelligence documents involving UAPs from 1945 to the present – a decade considered the modern era of UFOs due to mysterious waves in the skies.
Requires DoD, DHS, and IC to identify any UAP-related non-disclosure agreements and provide them to the new AARO office.
He directs the new AARO office to develop a scientific plan to assess the sometimes mysterious and mind-boggling capabilities reported by UAPs, as well as a collection plan to harness America’s vast apparatus of technical intelligence to determine where these objects come from and their capabilities and intentions.
It provides a secure process for anyone who has signed an official US Government Nondisclosure Agreement relating to UAPs to submit and disclose that information to the AARO and Congress, regardless of classification level, without fear of retaliation or prosecution. This provision is intended to determine the veracity of longstanding claims that the government has recovered extraterrestrial technology and perhaps even alien beings. The alleged incident in 1947 near Roswell, New Mexico, offers the most famous example, but there are many others. For example, in his new book Trinity: The Best Kept Secret, renowned writer, scientist and ufologist Dr. Jacques Vallée presents a new case of alleged alien spacecraft recovery operations.
The review of the historical intelligence document and the review of government confidentiality agreements are expected to be completed within the next 18 months. This lawsuit alone could validate claims that the US government is hiding evidence of an alien presence near Earth. If it seems incredible that Congress would pass such legislation, it is only because of the dearth of reporting on the facts that members of both parties in Congress came together to pass these provisions.
The Wilson-Davis memo
Even before this “whistleblower” legislation was enacted, credible people were providing information to Congress that supports the fact that the US government has recovered alien technology.
This process began in 2018, when I brought in astrophysicist Dr. Eric Davis to Capitol Hill to meet with officials from the Senate Armed Services and Intelligence Committees. The Doctor. Davis, author of the famous Wilson-Davis memo (inserted in this paragraph), provided specific information that lends credence to sensational reports that an official government program is actively seeking to exploit salvaged technology that was created by some other species. advanced artificial intelligence machines.
Much of the information provided by Dr. Davis remain highly classified, but the good news is that these sensational claims – which have the potential to transform our understanding of the universe and man’s place within it – are now being taken seriously and are being properly investigated. I brought other people besides Dr. Davis and Lue Elizondo to the Hill and AARO office and I encourage anyone else who can help clear the air to come forward as well.
I am not claiming that the information provided to Congress or the AARO proves that Earth has been visited by extraterrestrials. However, Dr. Davis and Mr. Elizondo and other witnesses are former government officials who worked in highly classified government programs. Having heard your reports and those of others who have come forward, I can attest to the fact that the AARO office has serious leads to follow.
The media is doing the public a great disservice by ignoring the UAP problem, because a sudden and shocking revelation risks being far more disturbing and disturbing than the information gradually processed and absorbed. If these allegations are true, shocking the public greatly increases the risk of negative consequences.
While it is true that Congress could try to keep the AARO office’s findings confidential, it is doubtful that this information could be kept secret for long if confirmed. I say this not because the government is incapable of keeping secrets. In fact, the opposite is almost true: DoD and DoE black programs are almost never compromised.
However, in the case of the UAPs, the people who speak out want the information to be released, as do many parliamentarians who are the recipients of the information collected by the AARO. In that regard, I recently had the opportunity to ask Senator Gillibrand, one of the legislation’s leading advocates, whether she would support disclosing the existence of alien technology if the whistleblowing process confirms these allegations. Without hesitation, she replied, “Of course! Why not?”
Most members of Congress and their officials, and most of those who come forward to present evidence, seem to agree that the American people have a right to know. So this is a case where I believe the truth, whatever it may be, will prevail in the not-too-distant future.
Removal of UFO Stigma
Even if the UAP whistleblower disposition and congressionally required document reviews do not lead to confirmation of an extraterrestrial presence near Earth, ongoing government and scientific investigations into such activity could lead to the same conclusion.
Now that anti-UFO stigma is being removed and the government has established specific procedures, new data is coming in on hundreds of new UAP incidents. At last count, the official number of UAP incidents was 400 and continues to rise rapidly.
A reconstruction of the close air encounter with a cube inside a sphere, found by Navy pilots off the North Atlantic coast. Credit: Andrew Pearce.
If the media are guilty of the sin of omission when it comes to reporting on the unprecedented bipartisan UAP legislation that has just been signed, they are also guilty of the sin of commission when it comes to misreporting UAP activity detected by the Department of Defense. CI. I’ll have more to say about that soon. For now, I will venture simply to predict that the facts, when they come to light, will directly contradict the recent Wall Street Journal reports by Holman Jenkins Jr. and Seth Shostak, as well as New York Times reports by Julian Barnes, who state that conventional explanations have been found for most UAP reports identified by the DoD and the IC.
I believe that the report, when it comes to light, will deepen the mystery of the UAP rather than providing explanations for the growing number of incidents involving violations of US airspace.
Search for extraterrestrial intelligence
Consider that even though the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) has not produced anything significant despite decades of work, it is still considered a worthwhile undertaking.
The most notable SETI incident occurred in the 1970s, when an unusually powerful and mysterious signal was detected. It became famous as the “Wow!” signal.
On the contrary, although we have only just begun to officially investigate UAPs with modern sensors, we already have hundreds of official military cases that defy conventional explanation, most with data from multiple sensors! Furthermore, in some cases, the ET hypothesis appears to be the best or only viable explanation – for example, the Nimitz case which left no doubt in the minds of some Navy pilots and radar operators.
So I suggest giving the UAP vetting process a chance and I’m frankly baffled why anyone would expect the DoD or IC to have firm answers when the AARO office is just beginning to be adequately staffed and funded. Would we expect SETI to find definitive evidence of aliens the moment they start collecting data?
Meanwhile, with this legislation recently passed, Americans have reason to hope that we will soon discover the truth about legendary claims that the US government has recovered alien technology. For those curious about the subject, I can’t imagine a better Christmas present than this new legislation.