Ex-Pentagon agent says military can lure UFOs by faking nuclear tests to study them

The US intelligence committee admits that not all UFOs are man-made and claims that warnings about UFO threats to US national security are “expanding exponentially”. Additionally, the US Navy has backed off from releasing more unseen classified videos of the phenomenon. Could this fear be more intense than it seems? How can UFOs be dangerous for us? A while ago, Luis Elizondo hinted that the US military created an environment to attract UFOs so they could study them.

Prior to the Congressional UFO hearings, a former head of the Pentagon’s secret UFO program (AATIP) Luis Elizondo was actively giving interviews, sharing never-before-heard information about UFOs. He spoke about the reality that humans are unaware of and suggested some more confidential evidence that has the ability to blow people’s minds.

In all this online presence, Elizondo never broke his oath of secrecy in the service of the United States. To convey his knowledge, he refers to previously published works by people who were at one time connected to the government.

His three-hour interview, including Sean Cahill (retired from the US Navy), was published in “Theories of Everything with Curt Jaimungal”. It’s probably the best thing to happen to ufology. Half of the interview is focused on today’s dysfunctional UFO community that often erases any new voices before they have a chance to voice their views or share their information.

Elizondo revealed that the US military created environments to attract UFOs to study them. He noted that there was a lot of data that showed that UFOs are interested in nuclear activities and the latest weapons systems. But Elizondo declined to go into detail about how the military created such compelling scenarios. Could the military stage fake tests to use as bait to attract UFOs?

Mr. Elizondo suggested that those interested in more information on this subject read “UFOs and Nukes” by Robert Hastings. The book describes the reality of UFO incursions into American nuclear weapons facilities.

The book contains the event where unidentified objects were observed hovering near the nuclear facility. For example:

1. On September 27, 2010, CNN live-streamed its Washington DC UFO and Nuclear Weapons press conference, during which former US Air Force officials described several nuclear missiles mysteriously malfunctioning moments after a disc-shaped craft has been observed hovering near its underground launch silos.

2. Documented UFO activity occurred at a plutonium processing plant in Washington state as early as January 1945, months before the atomic bombings of Japan.

3. Another incident, in October 2010, involved a missile base in Wyoming being unable to communicate with several of its missile launch control pods as a massive cigar-shaped craft slowly flew overhead.

4. In October 1982, several missiles were temporarily activated for launch as terrified officers tried to stop the unauthorized countdown. After 15 seconds, the anomaly ceased and the equipment returned to the standby state. As this was happening, a huge disk hovered silently over the base.

In short, the evidence presented in UFOs & Nukes makes it clear that humans’ deadliest weapons have, since their development and use during World War II, come under intense scrutiny by as-yet-unidentified observers who possess tremendously advanced technology.

Given these disclosures, Hastings found the UFO-Nukes connection to be highly significant and perhaps even the main reason why these mysterious air craft have appeared in our skies over the past seven decades.

In 2021, he claimed to have seen footage of the UFO, describing it as showing unidentified floating objects for 23 minutes. He made this revelation while talking to YouTube channels Fade to Black and Witness Citizen UAP. During the conversation, Elizondo revealed that the UFO video was extremely convincing.

According to Elizondo, the video shows several UFOs that are moving in strange ways and “patterns” that humans do not conventionally understand – with data recorded using US military systems.

How could releasing UFO videos pose a national threat?
The real danger is not aliens invading America, but cultural stigma. “A big problem around UAPs has been cultural stigma. It was largely relegated to science fiction,” said Representative Andre Carson, Democrat from Indiana and a member of the House intelligence committee in 2021.

In his interview with “The Washington Post”, Elizondo stated that “through observations, we are quite convinced that we are dealing with a technology that is multigenerational, several generations ahead of what we consider next generation technology, so what would we consider beyond the next generation technology. Something that could be anywhere between 50 to 1,000 years ahead of us.”

He further stated that US adversaries such as China have their own task force that are using AI to study the phenomena, and Elizondo believes they could try to lead that conversation at the United Nations. Now, for that reason, he said, “There’s my national security side that has always said that we have these adversaries, these traditional adversaries, and they are going to steal whatever they can from us. We should – not trust them. Try to cooperate, but don’t trust them.”

Elizondo also explained that UAPs don’t fly, as we define the term. Their motion doesn’t involve terrestrial aerodynamics — or follows such laws: so even when they move at supersonic and faster speeds, they don’t create sonic boom. Furthermore, he said that the data collected revealed that these UFOs were able to instantly travel from one environment to another, such as from air to sea, without losing speed. In addition, Mr. Elizondo revealed that they can also pass through solid objects without missing a beat.


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