I have spent, literally, years suggesting that the government has no motivation for Disclosure, and that Disclosure will be precipitated by the aliens making it clear, beyond all doubt, that they are here. While that could happen at any moment, it has not happened during the modern era of alien visitation. Given that, given those decades, the government, while worried, has been able to keep the secret because the story is just one of those unbelievable tales. Bits and pieces can leak, but the story is so incredible, that alien beings are visiting Earth, that some will just reject it out of hand. Cannot be, therefore it is not.
I have maintained that for the government to fully disclose what they know, there must be a reason. To date, no reason has been given. Why should they open this can of worms when there is no up side to doing it? Why not just allow it to lay dormant until forced to disclose by unforeseen complications?
But now, here in the middle of 2019, it begins to look as if the cracks in Disclosure are closer than they ever were. While denying, again for decades, that the military has no interest in chasing UFOs, even when national security demanded it, they have seemingly reversed that position. Now they are saying, “Well, we have to look into these sightings because we are required to do so for the safety of the country.”
And, given the state of the world today, there really isn’t any place for these things to originate on Earth. If we lead the world in space technology and the development of advanced aircraft (yes, a somewhat American-centric view), then such advanced craft would have to come from, well, us. And if we didn’t build them, and they are flying all over our territory (suggesting again that they would be American because
Now, we learn that, for a number of years, for millions of dollars, and contrary to what we have been told, there was a program to investigate UFOs. It might be seen as little more than pork barrel to specific military contractors, or it might be seen as a study about the paranormal nature of the phenomenon, but the point is, that it was taken seriously.
Beyond that, we learn that the Navy has had some truly strange encounters with these objects, with these things, with something, that doesn’t fit into our currently accepted world view. There is something strange out there and Navy pilots have encountered it on a regular basis. That information has leaked into the public arena, and has been given the serious treatment by the alleged serious media. I have to wonder if Disclosure might be the ultimate goal here.
Look at some of the stories that have appeared in the newspapers that always treated UFOs with a bit of distain:
And not to mention a longer piece by Tony Bragalia that suggests a long Navy interest in UFOs. You can read that here:
And even my friend Rich Reynolds has gotten into the act by reporting on the SCU paper about the Navy encounters. You can read it here:
I know that in the past we have been led down the Disclosure path. Every time it turned out to be something less than we had hoped it would be. In the mid-1990s, for example, the Air Force claimed it was looking into the Roswell UFO crash, and that turned out to be a longwinded suggestion that nothing really had happened… or rather Project Mogul was responsible for the strange metallic debris and anthropomorphic dummies were responsible for the bodies. The evidence they presented for these theories was less than convincing.
You might suggest this was an Anti-Disclosure tactic. We, and by we, I mean all of us doing research into the Roswell case and its various off-shoots, were upsetting those in the Air Force. We can speculate about why they were annoyed, but the truth is they took some extraordinary steps to shut down that research. They threw piles of paper, data, and documents at us, daring us to refute them. It could be that we had gotten too close to a truth and they simply were not ready for Disclosure of that truth, whatever it might be.
Here we are, more than two decades later, and suddenly there are videos of Navy intercepts of unidentified aerial phenomena. We have serious media (and, of course the fringe elements as well) taking the topic of alien visitation seriously. It is almost as if the government had decided that it was time to tell the truth about all this. It was as if they realized that the revelation, that would come eventually, is not the horrible, well disclosure, that some thought it might be. Maybe they realized that we all are now sophisticated enough that the Disclosure of alien visitation wouldn’t send the shockwaves through society that had been predicted for so long. May stocks wouldn’t tumble, religion wouldn’t collapse, and we wouldn’t panic.
I’m not sure what is coming, but I have to say this sudden release of UFO related information is somewhat surprising. The government, the Navy, are supplying the data and I don’t understand why they are doing it now. I just find it interesting that they are now going back on what they have said for decades. That they are modifying the narrative, and that makes me think something might be coming.
I would love to see full disclosure in my lifetime. I figured it would never happen because of the many reasons you suggested in your article. Now I am more at ease some sort of disclosure or knowledge of such visitations will be released in some form or another.
Many have claimed we are being prepped for such a statement because of the stance taken by the Vatican and other such events. Maybe they think it is time for us to finally know the truth.
From personal experience, one that forced me out of business after 15 years of moderate success, threatened me with imprisonment and flat out told me to find another occupation (I was an investigator), the Navy appears to have been and probably still is the primary protector of the government's deepest secrets. And, not everyone agrees with their tactics, the Air Force warned me of my impending peril and offered to help, twice. So, with this partial disclosure by the Navy I am as confused as hell as to what to believe. Frankly, I don't trust it. We can only hope that this is a path to disclosure. Certainly, in my mind, the Navy should be the one to do so, or, if this is a dodge sideways, the Navy would be the one to do so.
Been following along here for a couple years now. Listened to some of your stuff. You do a nice job.
I assume you're aware of the History show coming up on Friday ? The "To The Stars" one ? At any rate, would be cool to get your opinion on it. Obviously one would have to wait until they see it :)
I did see your comments when "To The Stars" first came out, but my reason for signing up here, is if you have given any thought to New Age stuff such as "Seth Speaks" or "Journey of Souls" or Richard Martinni's "Flipside" ?
They do address UFO's, or w/e they're called these days :), indirectly. I don't have any specific links handy at the moment, but will provide them if people are interested.
Good Action here :)
Excellent post Kevin. I was hoping that Lancelot Moody might have commented on it. (I'm in need of a good laugh!)
Kevin, with your reference concerning the Roswell military cover up in conjunction with your take on disclosure in this particular blog...are you rethinking the origins of the Roswell crash as something of extra terrestrial origin?
The argument is remarkably hopeful. Don't set yourself up for disappointment.
Great job Kevin. Maybe you next book should be on disclosure. Not just about UFO's but disclosure of major events throughout history. The world learned over 500 years ago that it was not flat. Then the church, if they knew prior too, had to except that it was fact. When it was disclosed, nothing major happened. This is the same you wrote in this article.
The same about the universe and sun circling earth. Again nothing shattering happened. I am sure there are other examples you and your readers could come up with.
Ha ha... just learned that Hero of the Stupid, Elizondo now confirmed by DOD to not be part of AATIP program at all. Hilarious.
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