Should We Be Concerned That So Many UFO Sightings Are Happening All Over The World?


    by Michael Snyder, End Of The American Dream:

    Extremely strange aircraft are spotted flying through our skies every single day.  This is happening in every part of the globe, and those that are having experiences with these aircraft come from a wide variety of different cultures.  It has become exceedingly obvious that something is going on, but of course there is a tremendous amount of disagreement about what all of this means.  Some argue that these aircraft have an extraterrestrial origin, others argue that they have a terrestrial origin, and yet others believe that most of these sightings can all be explained as “experimental military aircraft”, drones, weather balloons or other man-made anomalies.  But at this point nobody can deny that there is lots of strange activity happening above our heads, and it appears to be accelerating.

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    Over the past few days, some remarkable footage that was captured by a model named Valentina Rueda Velez has generated quite a bit of controversy

    A model has recorded the jaw-dropping moment a UFO zoomed past her cockpit at 20,000ft.

    Valentina Rueda Velez captured the clear footage of the object when while in a private plane on Tuesday, April 4.

    In the clip she shared on Instagram Story, she is flying at an altitude of 20,000 feet under a bright, blue sky.

    I had to watch the footage for myself, and I have to admit that I was quite impressed…

    Even though the footage is quite stunning, that doesn’t mean that it is real.


    With the video editing technology at our fingertips, it is just so easy to fake something like this.

    And many would argue that some random model is not exactly the most credible witness.

    But we have no way of completely dismissing this footage either.

    At this point I could share dozens of other UFO videos that were shot by unknown people, and we could go through the same analysis over and over again.

    Needless to say, that wouldn’t get us very far.

    So let me shift gears and talk about the U.S. military.  Since it was established less than a year ago, the “All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office” has been getting “hundreds” of new UFO reports from members of the U.S. military

    The U.S. government’s brand new UFO-tracking office has been open for half a year but business is already booming.

    Over the last six months, the office — named the All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) — has received “several hundreds” of new UFO reports from U.S. military personnel, office director Sean Kirkpatrick told the Associated Press. This adds to more than 140 UFO sightings reported by the military between 2004 and 2021, which were previously described in a much-anticipated report from the Pentagon in June 2021.

    Are all of these individuals that are serving in our armed forces making these sightings up?

    Of course not.

    On Wednesday, the head of the AARO told Congress that his office is now in the process of evaluating approximately 650 different incidents

    The Pentagon is investigating a rising number of cases involving unidentified aircraft, the head of the agency’s effort told senators on Wednesday, and is now tracking some 650 incidents.

    In the old days, U.S. officials worked very hard to keep speculation about UFOs very quiet.

    But now they are being a lot more open about these things.

    Why is that?

    The head of the AARO, Dr. Sean Kirkpatrick, has even co-authored a paper that suggests that “an artificial interstellar object could potentially be a parent craft that releases many small probes during its close passage to Earth”…

    The Pentagon official wrote in March that “an artificial interstellar object could potentially be a parent craft that releases many small probes during its close passage to Earth” and that these “small probes” or “dandelion seeds” could be separated from the “mothership” by either the gravitational force of the sun or by maneuvering capability. Kirkpatrick wrote that “these tiny probes would reach the Earth or other solar system planets for exploration, as the parent craft passes by within a fraction of the Earth-Sun separation.”

    “Once an Earth-like planet is targeted, an interstellar device can plunge into its atmosphere. In principle, a multitude of tiny devices can be released from a mothership that passes near Earth,” Kirkpatrick wrote. “Within a close range to a star, extraterrestrial technological probes could use starlight to charge their batteries and liquid water as their fuel.”

    Personally, I think that Dr. Kirkpatrick’s theories are not exactly on target, but this just shows how much the narrative has shifted.

    When I was growing up, those that talked about the existence of UFOs were considered to be a bit nuts.

    Now they are running government agencies.

    In my latest book, I have an entire chapter about the UFO phenomenon.  Even though government officials are now discussing these issues in public, I believe that much is still being hidden from us, and I also believe that we are being set up for a deception of historic proportions.

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