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What We Know About UFOs / UAP

I have had an interest in the UFO phenomenon for many years. I hope you enjoy these articles about the latest developments in ufology.

An image of a UFO encounter by U.S. Navy pilots in 2015.

An image of a UFO encounter by U.S. Navy pilots in 2015.

One of the most startling developments in recent years was the release by the United States Department of Defense (DOD) of videos in late 2017 of Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs), now officially deemed Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) by governments. Although they haven't been proven (publicly) to be operated by aliens, not from Earth, experts are at a loss to assign any human-created technology that can explain their seemingly impossible acceleration, speed, and movement.

Now that the reality of aliens from outer space (or maybe somewhere else) and UFOs is being taken seriously by governments and the general public, it's a good time to assess what we know about aliens and UFOs at this early juncture in this new era of acceptance of this formerly derided subject of scientific inquiry. The implications of alien technology being confirmed as real will likely impact human development in a considerable and hard-to-forecast way.

The following are some of the aspects of the UFO phenomenon that Ufologists (those who study UFOs) have coalesced around regarding our current understanding of this out-of-this-world phenomenon.

How UFOs Make Seemingly Impossible Maneuvers

UFOs are using a method of propulsion that humans haven't developed and certainly don't fully understand at this point. Their instant acceleration to extremely high speeds and sharp high-speed right-angle turns indicate to us that we are witnessing technology that is far beyond what humans possess, as such movements are impossible using current human-created technologies. The most likely propulsion method UFOs use to accelerate incredibly quickly and to make seemingly impossible turns is some kind of manipulation of the universally present force of gravity. Speculation is aliens have mastered the manipulation of gravity to provide them the ability to move their craft in seemingly impossible ways.

The idea that aliens are visiting Earth is being taken more seriously now after recent government revelations regarding UFOs.

The idea that aliens are visiting Earth is being taken more seriously now after recent government revelations regarding UFOs.

Aliens Interest in Humans

The interest that aliens flying UFOs have in Earth might have nothing to do with us. They might be using our planet as a stopover for various reasons as they travel the universe. Perhaps they need to replenish their supplies and our planet provides what they need or they just need to rest. We might be as inconsequential to aliens who visit Earth in UFOs as ants are to humans; just little critters that exist but really don't affect our end goals.

Unidentified flying or hovering aircraft have been reported over nuclear weapons and power facilities on several occasions. UFO sightings started increasing dramatically soon after the awesome power of nuclear weapons was first demonstrated on Earth at the conclusion of World War 2. Ufologists wonder if aliens are concerned that humans could destroy the planet they use as a stopover as they traverse the universe? This might be their primary interest in humans.

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Why Aliens Are Visiting Earth

There is speculation that aliens are using our oceans as their resting and replenishment places since UFOs have been seen diving into our vast oceans and have been tracked moving quickly underwater. The theory is with so much of the Earth covered by water, staying deep within our oceans provides aliens cover for their replenishment and resting needs. Furthermore, some Ufologists have speculated that aliens have established bases deep within our oceans to meet their replenishment needs as they travel across the universe.

There are reasons to believe aliens visiting Earth do not want to harm humans that live on our planet. The main argument ufologists make in this regard is that if aliens wanted to harm us, we'd already see evidence of their malicious intent. They've coexisted with us for many years without showing a desire to harm us. Yes, there are reports of alien abductions, but they appear to be centered around research being done by aliens on humans, rather than a malicious intent to harm humans.

What Has Motivated Government Denials of UFOs

Despite their denials for decades, it is now understood by UFO researchers that the U.S. Government has continued to study the UFO phenomenon ever since the well-known official U.S. Air Force UFO investigation program known as “Project Blue Book” was disbanded at the end of 1969. So, obviously, despite official denials after 1969, U.S. government officials have taken the UFO phenomenon seriously.

Official government denials of the reality of alien visitations and UFOs stem from governments not wanting to admit that they do not control the skies above their countries and that real national security threats exist from these unknown alien visitors. They did not want to cause any public panic.

UFOs sightings increased dramatically in the late 1940s after nuclear bombs were dropped by the U.S. to end World War 2.

UFOs sightings increased dramatically in the late 1940s after nuclear bombs were dropped by the U.S. to end World War 2.

Human Interactions With Aliens

Many people who claim to have interacted with aliens say aliens communicate non-verbally using a telepathic method of communication in which thoughts are sent from their minds to humans' minds.

There might be different species of aliens visiting Earth and they may have different agendas. There's not much to support this theory, except the fact that those who report alien encounters sometimes report different types of aliens. If there are different species of aliens visiting our planet, we don't know whether they all have the same needs, goals, or agendas.

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