Did you see this on 60 Minutes last Sunday night? 60 Minutes! This simply continues to jump forward, almost faster than I can keep up with it and report it to you here. The UFO phenomenon is real, they exist, what are they, where are they from, what are their intentions? I can't answer that and so far, the government isn't willing to. I do think they know most of those answers, somebody in government does anyway.

The video above is a NewsNation interview with George Knapp who has been investigating UFOs for ... ever. You may have noticed that I'm simply adding on to my updates so you can follow along with where we have been. The answers and videos and interviews are coming fast and furious these days, which makes you wonder about the timing doesn't it? It does me, I do have a little "conspiracy-geek" in me. And yes, I do have a tin-foil hat at home, my wife made it for me.

Until next time... the truth is out there!


April 19, 2021 Update:

Four new shapes to keep your eyes on the skies for, more Pentagon admissions, these things are real. My favorite is the flying pyramids over a Navy Carrier Group, in an unknown location of course. Yes, I said pyramids, as in more than one. The video zooms in to focus on one, but you can see others out there.

The others are stills taken from Navy aircraft, one they call the Acorn, the second is the Blimp with Payload, the third they call the White Sphere.

Take a look now cause the way things are going by tomorrow, there may be all-new information.

UAPs April 2021

March 2021 Update:

Another admission through FOIA (freedom of information act) obtained documents that we have been experimenting with recovered UFO wreckage for many years including the metal that can fold up and then return to its original shape. In fact, we now know that metal has a name, it's called Nitinol.

The documents obtained from the Defense Intelligence Agency state that the DOD has been testing materials collected from wreckage of vehicles that are not from this earth.

If they are not of this earth then they are, by definition, extraterrestrial. Just a reminder the new way of referring to these vehicles is UAPs, or Unidentified Aeriel Phenomenon.

You can read the whole story from The-Sun.com.


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January 2021 Update:

Last year, the videos you see below were released by the Defense Department, on purpose or not, and they admitted that they do not know what these craft in the video are or where they come from. They are clearly flying craft, seen up close by some of our top Aviators in the US Navy. They saw them, they chased them, and then they got left behind abruptly at speeds that nothing we have can achieve. These pilots have been on numerous programs relaying their stories for over a year now, so what gives? Where's the full disclosure?

In the early part of last year, a Department of Defense official admitted that we (read: United States of America), have in our possession "vehicles that were not made on this Earth." Unless we, humans, made them somewhere off this planet that would mean that we, humans, didn't make them. So who did? What happened to the follow-up on that story? Like a lot of things, I think COVID killed it.

Just so you don't think I've lost my ever-lovin' mind, here are a few links;

NYMag.com
PopularMechanics.com
TheDad.com
Independent.co.uk

Some of you may not realize that in the recent Relief Bill that was passed by Congress and signed by President Trump, there was a sneaky little line in it directed to all agencies involved to release to the Senate everything they know about UFOs within 180 days. The clock is ticking.

Last week the CIA dumped 2.2 million pages of documents related to UFO investigations. Even though it may take a while to go through it all, every interested party is working on it as we speak. You can download and sift through them yourself if you want at TheBlackVault.com.

I believe we are right on the edge of learning a great deal about the UFO phenomenon that began with a supposed "weather balloon" crash in 1947.

Are you ready to know the truth? For me the answer is DUH!

For many though, it messes with their head and their religion. In my humble opinion, one revelation does not cancel out the other. God already proved he has created other beings, they're called Angels. So why could he not have created other beings and worlds elsewhere in the vast Universe? Sure, it creates more questions and complicates the known answers we have, but that's ok, we can handle complex answers. I just want the truth.... and oh yes, it's out there.

Did you see something in the sky in 2020 that you couldn't figure out what it was? Many of your neighbors did. Here are the reports you can check out right now from people just like you:

If you have a sighting or other experience to report, go to the National UFO Reporting Center website. The Mutual UFO Network is another great place to report sightings and encounters, however, you have to be a paid member to utilize their research.

Happy hunting!

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