UFOs: Higher Number Of Military And Government Officials To Share Experiences Openly

UFOs: Higher Number Of Military And Government Officials To Share Experiences Openly

By Isabelle Wilson-

An increased number of military and government officials with knowledge of, or experience with UFOs, will be sharing their knowledge of Ufos soon, it has been revealed.

The annual Defense Authorization Bill is expected to include language allowing current and former government employees and federal contractors to share what they know about UFOs.

The provision is included in the House version of the National Defense Authorization Act for the next fiscal year, which was approved in July. The Senate has not approved its own version.

It follows a new report from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) allegedly found more than 150 unexplained UFO encounters in 2021.

UFO enthusiasts know that the objects in question come in several different varieties. There are the classic “flying saucers.” There are the “tic tacs” or oblong craft reported by several military pilots. There are the triangle-shaped UFOs

A $2.2m scientific expedition by Professor Abi Loeb in 2014 (per 7 News in Australia) into the middle of the southwestern Pacific Ocean in order to recover the mysterious space object.

Scientist and Harvard professor, Loeb Scientist believes the unique presence of interstellar objects in the universe provides evidence of more advance life in the universe.
UFO investigator and author Richard Lang said he is in touch with people who have knowledge about the phenomenon they want to share and will be revealing more in due course.

“If that language survives Congress and ends up being part of the act, then these guys are saying they’re going to start talking about stuff that’s happened,” Lang said. “A lot of them are going to start talking.”

Susan Swiatek is the state director of the Virginia chapter of the Mutual UFO Network, or MUFON, the world’s largest and oldest civilian UFO investigating organization. She said the proposed ban on reprisals is just one of several encouraging signs in recent years that the government is becoming more transparent about discussing and investigating mysterious objects seen in our skies.

“A lot of different people are coming at this from different angles in the government and in the military complex, and it’s all good,” Swiatek said.

“Get some fresh air on the thing and the power of the bright sanitizing light of day, and maybe get some of this stuff more out in the open,” she said.

Lang and Swiatek spoke earlier this month at the annual “Mysteries of Space & Sky” UFO conference in Gambrills, Maryland.

There have been numerous developments in the last five years indicating the subject of UFOs is being taken more seriously by the government, the media and the public.

Just this year, Congress held its first hearing about UFOs in half a century, and NASA put together an “independent study team” to figure out how best to collect and scientifically analyze data on UFOs going forward.

If that language survives Congress and ends up being part of the act, then these guys are saying they’re going to start talking about stuff that’s happened,” Lang said. “A lot of them are going to start talking.”

Susan Swiatek is the state director of the Virginia chapter of the Mutual UFO Network, or MUFON, the world’s largest and oldest civilian UFO investigating organization. She said the proposed ban on reprisals is just one of several encouraging signs in recent years that the government is becoming more transparent about discussing and investigating mysterious objects seen in our skies.

“A lot of different people are coming at this from different angles in the government and in the military complex, and it’s all good,” Swiatek said.

“Get some fresh air on the thing and the power of the bright sanitizing light of day, and maybe get some of this stuff more out in the open,” she said.

Lang and Swiatek spoke earlier this month at the annual “Mysteries of Space & Sky” UFO conference in Gambrills, Maryland.

There have been numerous developments in the last five years indicating the subject of UFOs is being taken more seriously by the government, the media and the public.

Congress held its first hearing about UFOs in half a century, and NASA put together an “independent study team” to figure out how best to collect and scientifically analyze data on UFOs going forward.

 

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