The Pentagon UFO Disclosure

In our last post, we talked about Steven M. Greer’s latest book, and how it provides an inside look at some of the conspiracy theories surrounding UFOs. But while Greer’s book contained some disclosures from highly-placed sources, it’s now been revealed that the theorists were right all along- the U.S. Government has been involved in UFO research for years. How do we know this? It’s all thanks to evidence right from the very top- what’s being called the Pentagon UFO Disclosure.

The disclosure of the existence this top-secret desk at the Pentagon confirms what many UFOlogists have suspected for years, but the fact that the government have come out and acknowledged it still comes as a bit of a shock to most. The New York Times reports that the U.S. State Department has finally confirmed the existence of an office in the Pentagon dedicated to following up reports of UFO sightings and encounters. The Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program was reportedly founded in 2007 on the orders of the then-Senate majority leader Harry Reid, who has long held an interest in reports of this nature. Costing $22 million a year, the program only took a tiny fraction of the Pentagon’s total budget of some $600 billion, which explains how it was hidden for so long. While the State Department claims the program was axed in 2012, the NYT quotes sources as claiming that it’s still going strong.

The Pentagon has also disclosed some video footage from the program, and while much of it isn’t much to go on, there’s one piece that stands out. In 2004, a large white disc, about the size of a commercial jet plane, was spotted by Air Force pilots off the coast of San Diego. The footage from the incident reportedly shows the pilots chasing the object, but it could well be that there are actually trying to escort it- a possible sign that the government knows more about UFOs than it’s letting on.

Still of the 2004 UFO video, taken by USAF pilots, off the coast of San Diego. Image credit: https://www.sott.net/

Of course, that’s not to say that the U.S. Government is actually working with these UFOs. In fact, many other countries around the world have similar (albeit far less shadowy) programs in place that investigate reports of UFO sightings. In The UK, the Ministry of Defense had a dedicated UFO Desk, which followed up reported sightings for decades until it was shut down in 2009. Back in 2007, France were the very first country to unveil their UFO files to the public, and have continued to update the files from the so-called Geipan as new cases are added. The fact that both of these agencies have declassified their files is a goldmine for UFOlogists, and confirms that UFO hunting isn’t just for hobbyists- even world governments are involved. However, while those nations have made all their documents public, there are still parts of the Pentagon program which remain classified- suggesting that there’s more to this story than meets the eye.

If you’d like to uncover more of the hidden truth surrounding these UFO sightings, and the government’s possible involvement in covering them up, then  Leslie Kean’s book “UFOs” is a must-read. In particular, she dedicates three whole chapters to the interaction of airplanes and UFOs, thoroughly dissecting the footage to get to the bottom of what it shows. Kean’s book is remarkably well-researched, and therefore makes the perfect companion piece to the Pentagon disclosure papers.

UFO Conspiracy – A Review of Unacknowledged: An Exposé of the World’s Greatest Secret by Dr Steven M. Greer

Are you interested in UFOs and the conspiracies to cover up their existence? Then you should consider reading Unacknowledged: An Exposé of the World’s Greatest Secret by Dr Steven M. Greer.

Unacknowledged contains credible eyewitness accounts of encounters with extraterrestrial life and its technology. You might have watched some documentaries about the subject, but they are mild compared to the disclosure given by several people, often high-ranking government officials, featured in the book.

If you want to know the truth behind UFO conspiracy theories, then go read the book. Humans have been kept in the dark for a long time, and it is Doctor Greer’s mission to uncover the lid about aliens.

The Root of the Conspiracy

According to Unacknowledged, there’s a cabal responsible for the wars in the world. This secretive group is made up of members of the military industrial complex, and is not accountable towards the government. In fact, it’s a government within the government. It draws on its own budget to research alien technology, obtained from UFO crash sites, most famously Roswell.

According to Greer’s sources, alien technology holds the key to relieve us from our dependency on gas and oil. Through alien technology, there’s no need for nuclear power, geothermal resources, and other polluting sources of energy. It is thus a way of preventing global military conflicts, caused by the unequal distribution of resources. With alien technology the world could be a healthier and safer place.

However, the greed of the cabal has led to the blocking of clean and sustainable energy. Scientists from across the globe have reverse-engineered UFO technology, but their discoveries are locked in vaults. You should read the book from cover to cover to find out what could have been if their technologies were made available to everyone.

Unacknowledged: An Exposé of the World’s Greatest Secret explains all the questions people have been asking about UFOs. It provides credible, because factually substantiated, evidence that we are not alone in the universe. The numerous documents, including classified files, and interview transcriptions of conversations with key eyewitnesses bear testimony to the credibility of the book’s incredible claim: a secret society, a government within the government, has been withholding alien technology to maintain the status quo.

So did Greer deliver on his promise of the disclosure of the world’s greatest secret? The answer to the question is yes. However, it feels like there are still more questions left unanswered. For instance, why is it that extraterrestrial visitors have not revealed themselves to the public? One of Greer’s central ideas is that extraterrestrials have a vested interest in the long-term survival of planet earth. So why are they passively observing how we wander down the path of environmental destruction? In that sense, the book might be just the tip of the iceberg in terms of what is revealed to the public.

Conclusion

Unacknowledged: An Exposé of the World’s Greatest Secret is easily one of the most credible and well-researched books on UFO technology and the possible conspiracy preventing its public and ethical dissemination. It provides a good summary of events as told by different witnesses. While bleak, its notion of a deep-rooted conspiracy  is well argued and completely believable.

As the founder of the Disclosure Project, Greer has an encyclopedic knowledge of our encounter with extraterrestrial technology, and yet managed to write an extremely interesting and engaging book. It provides an in-depth look into the biggest conspiracy of man. If you want to learn the truth, go get a copy of Unacknowledged: An Exposé of the World’s Greatest Secret.

PS: also make sure to check out the video-version of the book. The interviews with some of the key witnesses are truly mind-boggling. The same holds true for the numerous eyewitness accounts of high-ranking government and military officials at the 2001 National Press Club Event in Washington DC, the first major outing of Greer’s Disclosure Project. I highly recommend you check it out.

My new book: Chasing UFOs

Hello everyone! I’m super thrilled to announce the imminent publication of my new book Chasing UFOs: a short guide to UFO hot spots across the world. You can think of it as a travel guide to some of the most important UFO hot spots in different countries. It also reflects my belief that ultimately seeing is believing. So if you’re not really sure what to make of the UFO hype, I’d recommend you check out some of the locations I discuss in the book. Because actually it’s quite simple: either you see a UFO or you don’t.

It has taken me a while to research and write Chasing UFOs, not least due to all the travelling I had to do. Needless to say I’m very proud that this interesting project is nearing its conclusion and I hope you’ll find the book useful. Researching the material has certainly helped me to clarify some views … after what I’ve seen live in action, I have little doubt that there’s something out there. But more about that in the book.