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Ron Patton | March 25, 2019
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After the Muller report was submitted and the contents of it dismissed any and all accusations of the President’s Russian collusion, I posted an article on Facebook from the Chicago Tribune that I was sure wouldn’t even get a second look.

The headline read “Washington Post news service removes story about Harvard astronomer’s theory.” Immediately I knew who the astronomer was because we have been in contact with him via e-mail.

It was Avi Loeb, who is becoming quite a controversial figure in the scientific community with his theories about Oumuamua being an extraterrestrial spacecraft.

The Chicago Tribune reported that the Washington Post News Service & Syndicate asked that news organizations remove the story that discussed the possibility that an alien ship may be among us, quoting an astronomer.

The news service also issued this correction:

A Washington Post story on Harvard professor Avi Loeb mischaracterized the statement North Carolina State University astrophysicist Katie Mack made to the Verge about why an astrophysicist might publish a theory he doesn’t believe to be true. It should have said:

North Carolina State University astrophysicist Katie Mack suggested to the Verge that Loeb was engaging in a common practice in which an astrophysicist poses a theory that they might not believe. “Sometimes you write a paper about something that you don’t believe to be true at all, just for the purpose of putting it out there,” she told the publication.

It is so irritating to read things like this because there is always one or two scientists that want to try and discredit other scientists who take that leap and unfringe or defringe what can be seen as fringe.

I believe that the idea of “boilerplate” reporting of UFO’s and anything alien is getting stale and that editors in newsrooms should stop focusing on unfounded political conspiracy theory and focus on other stories that may be of interest to the public.

I turn a negative into a positive by thinking their lack of reporting this issue is my gain.

Today, my wife Janine sent me a picture of the National Geographic cover that we talked about at the first of the month that says “We Are Not Alone.” I said to her that it is ironic because 10 years ago the same magazine asked: “Are We Alone?” This is also the same magazine that brought up the term “anti-science” meaning that if anyone questions this nebulous “scientific authority” by forming an opinion which is contrary to the supposed “mainstream scientific consensus” then they are anti-science.

I have always said that scientific consensus is an illusion and that there is a hidden history and a hidden science – a genesis and a second genesis – a world that has remained in the fringes, only to have light shed on it, only to then be discounted because it pushes traditional science our of its comfort zone.

Today I was reading an amazing article that actually confirmed a lot of what we talked about on Wednesday’s show with Justen Faull about the Vrill, the aliens they channeled and how the allegedly revealed the designs for the stealth flying saucers.

The article talks about how, In September 2008, in preparation for a 2009 National Geographic documentary called ‘Hitler’s Stealth Fighter’, a team of engineers from Northrop Grumman dusted off the last surviving airframe from a Horten Ho 229 V3 prototype Nazi bomber design at a Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum storage facility in Maryland to engage in testing of the aircraft’s stealth properties.

Building a mockup of the aircraft using “modern techniques, engineers were able to simulate its performance against period British Chain Home radar network components, designed to help ward off Luftwaffe attacks.

Now, these prototypes were said to be variations on Vrill craft that were developed and were powered by a Vrilya power source called Die Glocke. It can be said that they were back-engineered from an alleged crash of a “strange craft” that crashed.

The Thule and Vril Gesellschaften, with the technical assistance of the SS Technical Branch, were possibly the first groups in history to attempt the reverse-engineering of a non-terrestrial spacecraft based upon persistent reports of a crashed disc discovered in the Black Forest near Freiburg in 1936.

Thule financed the effort, Vril guided the direction of development, and the SS Technical Branch built the machine somewhere in NW Germany under the highest security.

Never leaving the prototype stage by the end of the war, the Ho 229 did not become one of Hitler’s ‘Wunderwaffe’ or ‘Miracle Weapons’ meant to turn the tide against the Allies. However, the bomber design did receive intense interest abroad, with the US military launching Operation Paperclip, aimed at snatching up Nazi weapons technology, including the Ho 229, to prevent it from making it into the hands of the US’s erstwhile Soviet allies.

Interestingly, just one year after the Ho 229 program’s designs made it into the hands of US engineers, Northrop Corporation unveiled the YB-35, a flying wing bomber design fitted out with turboprop engines incredibly similar to the German plane. Like many aviation powers at the time, Northrop had been experimenting with flying wing designs since the early 1940s, and it remains unclear just how much influence the Ho 229 design had on the YB-35 program, which was canceled in 1949 due to a mountain of technical problems.

The legend of the Ho 229 serving as a proto-stealth aircraft may have been started by co-designer Reimar Horten, who fled to Argentina after the war and claimed in 1983 that his flying wing design was meant to feature a kind of proto-stealth capability via the use of radar-absorbing materials including charcoal to reduce the chances of detection.

Now, the big question is whether or not the Germans back engineered the aircraft and was the prototype left to the Vril and Thule society.

I remember back when I first started my radio career, I met a man named Vladimir Terziski. Terziski first introduced me to the topic of the Vril and the so-called Vril saucers. He was also the man that told me that if there are no aliens and if there are no saucers, then why does the government go to such great lengths to cover it up?

Back then I felt that this was profound. I was younger of course and maybe to most people that would not have much of an impact – but the more you investigate contemporary UFO history the more you have to ask the question – If there are no saucers or aliens, then why is there a cover-up?

What is most confusing is that we are being told by astronomers that that humanity may be as few as 10 years away from discovering evidence of extraterrestrial life. It doesn’t have to be 10 years before we get the okay from the technocrats to start believing that UFO hysteria is not the product of pseudoscience?

Think about it, is there a head scientist that signs off on this and makes it official?

Forgive me if you feel that the question is an oversimplification—but what are people expecting with the deliverance of disclosure?

Once we get the all clear, it will only deepen the mystery of where alien intelligence might be hiding. Scientific inquiry is a process of developing an explanation of a question in the natural world (or universe) by testing, investigating and collecting data that will either support or refute your original idea of what’s going on.

Of course, many of us take for granted that science gives us facts, and so we do not question the programming of those so-called “facts.” However, a healthy mind willing to question doesn’t mind getting into all of the messy scientific methods to prove the facts for themselves the process of testing ideas by collecting evidence.

Unfortunately, those who wish to disassemble the scientific explanations already provided by some nebulous authorities are now being frowned upon and are now being called anti-science.

The very scientific method used to question data provided by scientists is now being called anti-science, a label that should have every one of us worried.

There are some people who see themselves as critical thinkers. They question some of the data that is being presented as “true” data by some nebulous body that are faceless scientists that give us their hypothesis ion many of the most pressing matters that face us today.

However, when you talk about the origins of the modern saucer or the modern UFO era, you have to include the past cover ups, official misdirection and lies that the military and government created for about 70 years.

I have talked at length about Project Blue Book.

Shortly after, the U.S. government launched Project SIGN to determine if such objects were a threat. In 1948, Project SIGN purportedly published a document called the “Estimate of the Situation,” which suggested that extraterrestrials were a possible explanation for UFO sightings. As the story goes, Air Force officials destroyed the document and launched a more skeptical investigation in the late 1940s called Project GRUDGE. Blue Book came a few years later.” Again there was an acknowledgment of possible alien involvement with the saucer hysteria and then it was boiled down to a public relations project to discredit witnesses.

In the 1960s, Air Force officials denied that the “Estimate of the Situation” document ever existed. Those who vouch for its authenticity, however, say the report was inspired by a 1948 UFO sighting in Alabama, after two experienced pilots saw a torpedo-shaped “glowing object” zip past their aircraft and rocket into the clouds. The report shocked and baffled many of Project SIGN’s researchers, though scientists would later claim the sighting was consistent with a bolide, or bright meteor.

As a federal agency that is in charge of exploring outer space, NASA never stops being at the front door for all manner of alien conspiracies. It has been common knowledge for some time that NASA still abides by a 50-year-old policy of denial with regards to any information regarding discoveries in space that may abruptly affect the people on planet earth.

NASA commissioned the Brookings Research Institute in Washington to prepare a report on the likelihood of encountering extraterrestrial life and to detail how NASA UFO sightings should be handled. The Final 219-Page Report, published in 1960, was titled “Proposed Studies on the Implications of Peaceful Space Activities for Human Affairs.” One section was dedicated to the “Implications of a Discovery of Extraterrestrial Life.” The study is now referred to simply as “The Brookings Report.”

This report has now been the standard for most news organizations to play dumb when confronted with stories about UFOs and the whole alien life issue.

While the general public has been fascinated with UFOs for decades, our governments, scientists and media, have essentially declared that of all the UFO sightings are a result of weather phenomenon or human actions. None are actually extraterrestrial spacecraft. And no aliens have visited Earth. Essentially, we are told that the topic is nonsense. UFOs are off-limits to serious scientific study and rational discussion, which unfortunately leaves the topic in the domain of fringe and pseudoscientists, many of whom litter the field with conspiracy theories and wild speculation.

I think UFO skepticism has become something of a religion with an agenda, discounting the possibility of extraterrestrials without scientific evidence, while often providing silly hypotheses describing only one or two aspects of a UFO encounter reinforcing the popular belief that there is a conspiracy.

A scientist must consider all of the possible hypotheses that explain all of the data, and since little is known, the extraterrestrial hypothesis cannot yet be ruled out. In the end, the skeptics often do science a disservice by providing a poor example of how science is to be conducted. The fact is that many of these encounters are still a very small percentage of the total and defy conventional explanation.

The media amplifies the skepticism by publishing information about UFOs when it is exciting, but always with a mocking or whimsical tone and reassuring the public that it can’t possibly be true. But there are credible witnesses and encounters.

While there is no single case for which there exists evidence that would stand up to scientific rigor, there are cases with simultaneous observations by multiple reliable witnesses, along with radar returns and photographic evidence revealing patterns of activity that are compelling.

The good news is there is a shift in attitude, and it will take a while before the official paper of misdirection is ignored.

From the 2017 New York Times revelation of further investigation of UFO’s by the Pentagon and other credible sources like Avi Loeb coming forward, we will see the alien boilerplate cease to be the standard “truth is out there” explanation.

It has been a cliché smokescreen for too long and it is funny how newscasters are not even the slightest bit embarrassed over how they come off when they do it.

Written by Ron Patton

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