by Arjun Walia, Collective Evolution:
“If somebody’s laughing at what you say, you’re standing in the future and looking back. We have these glimpses of technology now that tell us, maybe there’s a way to go do that.”
The quote above comes from Steve Justice, a (very) recently retired director of Aerospace for Lockheed Martin, formerly known as the Skunk Works. He is part of a company called To The Stars, who has a mission to figure out how the technologies behind these observed UFOs work and bring this innovation into the public domain.
The observed UFOs I am referring to are the three videos that have now been declassified and released for public viewing by the US Government, through the To The Stars academy.
The other members of the team include multiple former Department of Defense employees, like Christopher Mellon, the former United States Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Intelligence. The list is quite long and continues to grow, you can take a look at the team and their credentials here.
What we are seeing is a historical movement, whether it be from good intentions to disclose a truth that’s been covered up for decades, or to control and manipulate that truth to serve the will of those who have been gathering data on this topic, who knows?
So far, the initiative seems well intentioned, but it’s just the beginning.
Melon recently wrote an article for the Washington Post, sharing his frustration about the fact that we now have observed phenomena, officially verified to be real with actual electrooptical data and radar tracking, yet very little attention within government is paid to it. They’ve also stressed the fact, as many other governments have, that these are not isolated incidents and they occur all the time.
He did not, however, address why so little attention has been paid to it. And that’s because it’s been in the hands of the ‘secret government,’ as many politicians and presidents have referenced. This is why “The Pentagon Doesn’t Care,” as his title states, in my opinion.
Based on my research, many people within the government don’t even have the clearance to know about what’s going on. This includes some of the highest ranking officials…including the president.
Melon also describes multiple encounters in his article:
“In one example, over the course of two weeks in November 2004, the USS Princeton, a guided-missile cruiser operating advanced naval radar, repeatedly detected unidentified aircraft operating in and around the Nimitz carrier battle group, which it was guarding off the coast of San Diego. In some cases, according to incident reports and interviews with military personnel, these vehicles descended from altitudes higher than 60,000 feet at supersonic speeds, only to suddenly stop and hover as low as 50 feet above the ocean. The United States possesses nothing capable of such feats.”
What is important is bringing this information to light in a truthful manner, the government has a bad rep when it comes to sharing information and truth. We’ve seen a lot of propaganda with multiple topics, but that does not mean that all representatives within this field do not have good hearts, it doesn’t mean that they themselves support what the ‘government’ does.
Also, keep in mind that these people are no longer working for the government.
Often, we are quick to judge.