The Defense Department released a new website that will provide official declassified information on UAPs, including pictures and videos for the public to easily access. The website is the official page for the public to interact with the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO), a relatively new Pentagon office tasked with reviewing and analyzing UFOs. Our government appears to be using UFOs/UAPs as one more trick for social engineering by turning the culture on its ear, changing the narrative, and at the same time, changing the paradigm. Tonight on Ground Zero, Clyde Lewis talks about UAP 23 – BROKEN AARO.
I have noticed that there are some really cool movies set for this Halloween — one, in particular, is going to air on HULU – it looks like a horrifying alien abduction flick. The movie is called, No One Will Save You.
It opens by saying that there are 1.65 million home invasions per year — but this one is different — the trailer is a terrifying two minutes of a home invasion by what appears to be a classic alien gray.
We all know that if aliens invaded it would be an unprecedented event.
This unprecedented event has already been emphasized in a report commissioned by NASA in the 1960s and written by the Brookings Institution. Published in 1960, the “Proposed Studies on the Implications of Peaceful Space Activities for Human Affairs” states that “anthropological files contain many examples of societies, sure of their place in the universe, which have disintegrated when they had to associate with previously unfamiliar societies espousing different ideas and different life ways; others that survived such an experience usually did so by paying the price of changes in values and attitudes and behavior”.
Recommending further research areas in order to meet and adjust to the implications of such a discovery, the report suggested some factors that leaders would want to consider if faced with a decision about whether to release such information to the public: “How might such information, under what circumstances, be presented to or withheld from the public for what ends? What might be the role of the discovering scientists and other decision makers regarding the release of the fact of discovery? “.
Nowadays, such considerations appear from a totally different perspective, in light of the phenomenal development of communication technologies and the advent of the internet revolution. In the case of SETI and if a signal from an extraterrestrial civilization is detected, we can be assured that the news of the discovery will reach the public almost immediately. A conspiracy to withhold or conceal the evidence of an extraterrestrial signal would be all but impossible.
The government is now finding it harder to hide the truth and this is why I wonder why they are not only pretending to disclose UFOs but simultaneously hiding them as well.
The Defense Department released a new website that will provide official declassified information on UFOs, including pictures and videos, for the public to easily go through.
The website is the official page for the public to interact with the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO), a relatively new Pentagon office tasked with reviewing and analyzing UFOs.
Depending on where you look the site seems to be a work in progress, maybe a Government version of a Public relations site, which allows them once again to control the narrative and the information that has been buzzing as of late.
This is another attempt and more proof that the Department of Defense has taken the presence of unknown flying objects more seriously in the past few years, as has Congress.
the Pentagon said it was “committed to transparency with the American people on AARO’s work” on UAPs.
From the website, we read:
“This website will serve as a one-stop shop for all publicly available information related to AARO and UAP,” the release reads, “and AARO will regularly update the website with its most recent activities and findings as new information is cleared for public release.”
The AARO website will allow the public to review photos and videos of UAPs as they are declassified and will publish reports, press releases and a “frequently asked questions” section about the phenomena.
Users can also find available aircraft, balloon and satellite tracking sites on the page.
In the fall, AARO intends to create a contact form for former U.S. government employees or others with knowledge of federal government programs to easily submit a report if they have relevant information related to UAPs.
Since its inception in 2022, AARO has investigated about 800 UAPs. But revelations published in the New York Times back in 2017 show the Government’s interest in UFOs, at least in the Modern era began in 2012– even though the original investigations of Project Blue book determined that most UFOs had innocuous explanations.
UAP interest grew this year after former intelligence official David Grusch claimed the Pentagon is covering up evidence related to extraterrestrial craft and lifeforms. But even with all of the fanfare, and news coverage –Grusch was unable to provide evidence at a House hearing this summer.
He basically revealed what we have already heard from others before him at UFO conventions. The government has crashed debris at Area 51 — and maybe a few aliens on Ice at Wright Patterson Air Force Base– or maybe not.
It is anyone’s guess and for some reason, the military is embracing these revelations even though for 70 years they have denied any and all reports — from Roswell to the Phoenix Lights.
The critics seldom get time in the spotlight –even though in the past the media would go to them first. The critical few are saying that the UAP interest is a distraction. They claim that the strategies used by the US to distract public opinion seem increasingly stupid. Even if the UAPs or UFOs are now being seen in great frequency — the Government is using a sensationalist psy-op to distract people from the truth about just what is happening — and even the critics agree that the government is doing a haphazard job at creating science fiction mechanisms, that seem archaic as the public has pretty well accepted the idea that UFO’s are part of the culture and that the maturity of the subject matter has made room for unclassified aircraft that may be foreign or domestic.
The baiting of the public is getting old — AARO and other organized government groups are raising the possibility of alien UFOs and then turning around and saying that what is being seen are weather balloons — or as it was back in February a Chinese Spy Balloon.
New information has surfaced about what happened at that time and the more the government refuses to talk — the conspiracy deepens as to what was really going on.
A few days after shooting down the Chinese weather balloon claiming “risks to national security”, Washington decided to deepen its conspiracy theories. Now, the US government claims to be monitoring the activities of alleged UFOs in its territory. According to American and Canadian authorities, some of these UFOs would have been shot down in the border region between both countries – however, very suspiciously, the debris of the unknown objects have not been found yet.
The American government has refrained from accusing any country of launching the alleged UFOs, although some propagandists have suggested Chinese involvement.
However, one needs to remember that General Glen Van Herck, commander of U.S. Northern Command and the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD), stated that he does “not rule out anything” implying that perhaps the encounters with the other strange craft –were quite possibly extraterrestrial.
But we are finding that this quote has more truth in it than we realize.
The matter took the attention of the media and public opinion. On social networks, words like “UFO” and “alien invasion” reached the trending topics, with both humorous comments making fun of the situation and texts expressing concern, fear, and terror.
While the details of the different claims vary, they have two things in common: a lack of evidence and a strong distrust of America’s elected leaders.
The U.S. military and U.S. Intelligence Community are still trying to sort out the details about the three objects that were shot down in different areas within American and Canadian airspace. The All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office, or AARO. has remained silent on the matter and has distanced itself from the ongoing investigation This is both conspicuous and curious since this office was created specifically to focus on issues relating to UAPs.
The three objects were shot down between February 10 and February 12.
These incidents followed the monitoring of what has been identified as a Chinese surveillance balloon as it transited airspace over the United States and Canada, which was then brought down over U.S. territorial waters in the Atlantic Ocean on February 4.
According to new information provided by Howard Altman and Tyler Rogoway — of The Drive website
“Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau received a secret memo laying out how the Canadian government was responding to the Feb. 11 Yukon incident.
In addition, it stated the “full exploitation” of whatever the U.S. Air Force shot down over the waters of Alaska on Feb. 10 had “not yet been completed.” Reports a few days later stated that the U.S. had called off the search for the wreckage of the downed object. Exactly what kind of intelligence exploitation this is referring to is unclear.”
Furthermore, The Drive reports that :
“The “Memorandum for the Prime Minister,” transmitted Feb. 14, was obtained by the Canadian CTV News outlet from a source who filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request that the news organization said it verified with its own information request. According to the memo, the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) numbered unknown objects sequentially “to track every detected object that is not immediately identified: upon cross-examination, most objects are found to be innocuous and do not meet the higher threshold for higher reporting or engagement.” However, the object the memo identified as “UAP #23″ – meaning it was the 23rd unidentified radar track by NORAD over North America at that point in the year that was classified as UAP – did rise to a higher level of concern, given that it was shot down.”
The memo stated that “the function, method of propulsion, or affiliation to any nation-state” of the unidentified object shot down by a U.S. Air Force F-22 Raptor on Feb. 11 “remains unverified. It is unknown whether it poses an armed threat or has intelligence collection capabilities.”
The memo also pointed out that the Canadian Air Force (CAF) was leading an aviation search effort to find the downed object, there was scant hope that it would be found.
The concern was that hunters may find the object.
During the Feb. 11 press conference, Canadian Defense Minister Anita Anand said the unknown object was a “small, cylindrical object”
The pilot that engaged the object said it was about the size of a car, silver, and showing no signs of a propulsion system. There was also a report that the craft shut down the sensors of the plane. The object travels at about 40,000 feet.
It was shot down because, at that altitude, it was perceived as a threat to aviation.
On Feb. 11, The New York Times reported that the fallen object “broke into pieces” on hitting the frozen sea ice off Prudhoe Bay.
ABC News reported that the “object” shot down off the coast of Alaska was “cylindrical and silver-ish gray,
If AARO is so hell-bent on being transparent — then why all the secrecy with UAP 23?
I have had this suspicion all along that something strange was brought down that day and that the government is frightened that someone will discover that it is perhaps a bonified extraterrestrial vehicle — but that is because I actually was glued to my TV that day watching how reporters at CNN were hinting the whole time that this seemed to be an invasion of some kind– the whole event was like something you would see in a science fiction movie.
Jim Acosta of CNN kept saying over and over that the whole story of cylindrical objects -about the same size of a car sounds a bit odd and nothing at all like the Chinese balloon that was shot down near the Carolinas.
As we are continually hearing about the moves the government is making to get down to the bottom of UFOs we have to acknowledge that a hidden door to a room of the collective unconscious has swung open.
Standing in the doorway is the preponderance of the evidence that indicates that we are not alone but we don’t really know who we are sharing the universe with.
This has been the question that has motivated mankind from the moment he decided to look up.
Carl Jung viewed UFO phenomenon as a collectively manifesting apprehension of an emerging aeon.
Now the government seems to be using UFOs as one more trick for social engineering — turning the culture on its ear and changing the narrative and at the same time changing the paradigm.
Is it possible UFO narratives auger the arrival of a change of spirituality, a renewed view of life that both God and aliens can share in our scriptures and ancient texts?
We see TV shows like Ancient Aliens that welcome these theories without flinching. Creating a whole new roadmap and mythos to know the origins of God or even creation itself.
It can be said that Jung was thinking that UFOs and aliens were a projection of our future selves. Humanoids that broke away in the future and have returned to warn us of a future event where we all move to the edge of our extinction
After all it was written in the book God of Eden By William Bramley that most wars, plagues, and other historical moments are often preceded by UFO flaps.
It can be said that the alien world and the acceptance and our projections upon the phenomenon are what is very telling about us at this time. It is not their actual, unknown nature, it is the fact that the sightings and reverence involved mirror a collective yearning for a transformation of the stultifying and destructive nature of political and cultural realities.
Contemplate how hard evidence of intelligent life outside of our tiny sphere of existence would shatter dogmatic thought and petrified perceptions.
The line between extraterrestrials and human-made balloons can become grainy. Tinfoil hats become charged; fear finds a funnel to travel through.
That is what the people on this shiny blue dot fear — that all of their beliefs will be shattered or that they will be fooled into a great deception or false flag where the earth must come together in a New World Order in order to fight an interplanetary enemy.