Have we discovered alien life?
More and more governments talking about the possibility
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A few days ago, a Chinese state-backed paper (Science and Technology Daily) published a report claiming that they had discovered several cases of possible technological traces and extra-terrestrial civilisations from outside the Earth.
The potential discovery had been made using China’s “Sky Eye” telescope which is the world’s largest and most sensitive filled-aperture radio telescope. Construction of the 500m diameter telescope began in 2011 and is located in the Dawodang depression in Southwest China. It became fully operational in 2020 and almost immediately began detecting suspicious signals.
Professor Zhang Tongjie, chief scientist of the Chinese Extra-terrestrial Civilisation Research Group at Beijing Normal University said that these current signals were narrow-band electromagnetic signals which were different from previous ones and that the team is currently working on further investigations. He said that “the possibility that the suspicious signal is some kind of radio interference is also very high, and it needs to be further confirmed and ruled out.” They will repeat the observations of suspicious signals to further identify and detect new signals.
However, almost as soon as the report had been published, it was taken down. Was this because the released information had spread around the world quicker than thought, revealing some uncomfortable truths? Or had the Chinese, in trying to become the first to reveal the existence of aliens, jumped the gun and made a mistake? Or is this the beginning of another Chinese Psy-op, similar to early 2020, when Chinese citizens were filmed collapsing in the street.
Other governments around the world have also become much more open about the potential existence of alien life in recent years.
Japan. Recently, researchers from Japan’s Hokkaido University and Tokyo Institute of Technology revealed that 23 types of amino acids had been found in asteroid samples. These sample were taken by the Japanese Hayabusa2 space probe from an asteroid called “Ryugu” in 2020. Amino acids are the building blocks that make proteins and therefore life, indicating that life is spread around the universe and that the origins of life on Earth may have travelled from outer space.
Brazil. On June 24th, the Brazilian Senate will hold its first public hearing on the issue of UFOs and Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP). Gary Heseltine, a retired detective who will be giving a speech to the senate said “With recent legislative developments in the United States, all countries should now acknowledge and cooperate on the UAP subject and realise that it is imperative that the subject be addressed as a one-world human race issue.”
Russia. Dmitry Rogozin, who leads Russia’s Roscosmos space agency said that they will begin studies into UFO reports due to numerous accounts from pilots. In an interview on Russian state TV, Mr Rogozin said that he believed in the existence of extra-terrestrial life and that aliens may be studying us whilst staying unnoticed. “We can study bacteria, but we can also be studied just like bacteria… We know the ‘Big Bang’ theory but what if this ‘Big Bang’ took place only within a certain part of the universe that is visible to us?”
Canada. Earlier this month, John Hannaford, the Deputy Minister for Natural Resources Canada wrote to Larry Maguire and Kathleen Heppell-Masys, the Directorate of Security and Safeguards at the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission. In the letter, Mr. Hannaford indicated that they have reached out to their counterparts in the US due to “the shared priority for nuclear safety and security of nuclear facilities, and the growing interest in UAPs in both Canada and the United States”.
In 2021, it was reported that the Canadian defence minister was briefed on UFOs. This resulted in Larry Maguire MP (recipient of the letter above) to state that “it’s time for parliamentarians and the government of Canada to take this issue seriously…For decades, the public has been told claims about UAP (what were once called UFOs) are either banal or altogether nonsense. It is now apparent there is something very real going on — something that warrants high-level briefings from military leaders..”
Larry details some of the information he has been told about UAPs.
“UAP have been tracked going incredibly fast, with an estimate of at least 700 to 900 g-forces on the object. Radar has picked them up going thousands of miles per hour and documenting them doing a 90-degree turn on a dime without losing any speed. There is nothing in any country’s inventory which could withstand those g-forces.
And here’s the kicker: these objects have been tracked going from low-Earth orbit into the upper atmosphere and then under the ocean.
In a meeting with the Scientific Coalition for UAP studies, I had an opportunity to speak with Dr. Hal Puthoff, one of the most preeminent scientists to ever research the topic. This group of PhDs and scientists analyzed the now famous 2004 USS Nimitz encounter off the coast of California and issued a public report of their findings.
In their report, they noted how radar systems detected UAP in low-Earth orbit before they dropped down to 80,000 feet. Periodically, UAP would drop from 28,000 feet to sea level (estimated to be 50 feet), or under the surface, in 0.78 seconds.
Let that sink in for a moment. Either some nation state has developed technology that is beyond next-generation, or we are dealing with something that is completely unknown. Regardless of the answer, this sort of information should be front-page news in the pursuit of determining origin and intent.”
USA - Things strangely ramped up in the US, towards the end of 2020. In December 2020, Donald Trump signed a $2.3 trillion coronavirus relief and government funding bill, similar to legislation enacted by many other countries. However, what was different about this bill, was that it included a 180-day deadline for intelligence agencies to brief Congress on UFOs and UAPs.
Following this, in 2021, the Pentagon confirmed the existence of reports on unidentified and unexplained phenomena in US airspace. A short nine-page report was declassified which looked at 144 UAP incidents, mainly recorded by the US Navy. Out of the 144 incidents, the Pentagon could only explain one of them.
In January of this year NASA announced that it is creating a team to study UAPs. Their stated intention is “to move the scientific understanding of UAPs forward”.
It seems that since 2020, when Sky Eye was launched and the first anomalous signals detected, governments have been more open about discussing the possibility of extra-terrestrial life. UFO sightings are nothing new so why the sudden worldwide disclosure and proactiveness in investigating the phenomena? Did Sky Eye detect something that has our leaders and military worried? Has defence tech/weaponry on Earth developed so rapidly that its existence will shortly be undeniable, so UAPs are the cover story? Or, is this preparation for something similar to the Project Blue Beam theories published by Serge Monast?
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