The view of scientists on the UFO phenomenon: Should we expect the truth?

Ufologists Ryan Wood, Robert Wood and Stanton Friedman spent many years studying photocopies of secret Majestic 12 documents that fell into their hands.

Based on extensive circumstantial evidence and analysis of the activities of this group of officials, they came to the unequivocal conclusion that the existence and activities of this organization were aimed at secretly studying the UFO phenomenon, hiding it from the public and to discredit it in the official media in order to divert the attention of ordinary people, by creating a false pseudo-skeptical attitude towards any of its manifestations.

This organization consisted of 12 people, among whom were five of the leading American scientists of the time, as well as high-ranking officials from the Department of Defense and the CIA.

By this letter of 1947, the American president Truman would have authorized “Operation Majestic Twelve”. The existence of MJ-12 has been denied by the US government, which insists that documents suggesting its existence are hoaxes.

One such scientist was American astrophysicist and astronomer Donald Howard Menzel, author of three books refuting the existence of UFOs. In one of his official speeches he literally said the following:

“First, these objects should not be called unidentified, we know what we are dealing with. Second, they generally don’t fly. Third, for the most part, they aren’t even material. »

And it is no coincidence that Menzel was known as a “fierce opponent” of the theory of the existence of UFOs, because it was precisely the activity of members of the secret organization Majestic-12, who, for achieve their ends, have deceived American citizens for many years, resorting to outright lies and falsifications.

For this purpose, various kinds of fables were even specially distributed, which were then successfully “exposed”, discrediting the phenomenon and UFOs and diverting attention from the real UFO phenomena.

A study of the Harvard archives (where Menzel was teaching at the time) yielded an interesting discovery.

People who worked on the Majestic-12 project

It was established that Menzel was not only engaged in scientific activities, but also advised the National Security Agency, the most powerful intelligence organization in the United States.

This is notably proven by a letter from Menzel himself, written by him in 1960 to Senator John F. Kennedy. At the same time, the US government and intelligence agencies had evidence of the existence of UFOs.

All this reveals to us the true essence of the statements of many scientific “authorities” aimed at discrediting the UFO phenomenon. And it is not at all by chance that the activities of the pseudo-scientific commissions of all countries are financed from the same source, the owners of which clearly do not want people to know the truth about the UFO phenomenon and secret contacts governments with representatives of other civilizations.

Another famous American astrophysicist, Joseph Allen Hynek, who was drawn into the U.S. government’s Blue Book UFO study project precisely because of his skepticism of the UFO phenomenon, quickly became convinced that the task The main purpose of this project was not to study, but to discredit the UFO phenomenon based on the search for explanations of UFO sightings within the framework of versions acceptable to the government.

But this American scientist turned out to be honest and did not participate in the deception of his own people, and therefore published his dissenting opinion, which differs from the official conclusion of the members of this commission.

Moreover, after several decades of careful study of the phenomenon, he reconsidered his opinion about it, acknowledging that the phenomenon itself undoubtedly exists and that it is not “mass hallucinations” or mentally ill fiction.

Government scientist J. Allen Hynek was hired to investigate UFO sightings and debunk them, but he ended up becoming a believer. UFO debunker Philip Klass was tasked with discrediting Hynek.

Fortunately, A. Hynek is far from the only scientist not to have lapsed into pure and simple lies, but to have placed the truth above the interests of the forces which control modern science.

Not so long ago, the Department of Defense established an office to track down unidentified objects in space and in the air, underwater, or even those that appear to travel between these realms.

UFOs, or as they are now called, Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP), have been the subject of unprecedented government attention for decades.

Numerous classified hearings and briefings have taken place in the halls of the US Congress in recent months, and many lawmakers have expressed concern that US airspace may not be as secure as we are. we believe so, due to numerous sightings of unidentified objects reported by military airmen and other members of the armed forces.

It is with this in mind that the Department of Defense (DOD) announced the creation of this new office in a press release (opens in new tab) published on Wednesday (July 20). The office is known as the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office, or AARO, and was created within the office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence and Security.

The new office will be headed by Sean Kirkpatrick(opens in new tab), who was previously the chief scientist at the Defense Intelligence Agency’s Missile and Space Intelligence Center.

The creation of this new organization is just the latest step taken by the US government in recent months to better understand UFOs. In June, NASA commissioned a group to investigate UAPs, with the secondary goal of removing some of the stigma or taboos associated with the subject.

“One of the things that we tangentially hope to be part of this study, just by talking about it openly, is to help remove some of the stigma associated with it,” said Daniel Evans, deputy assistant administrator for research at Science. NASA Mission Directorate, in a press conference held at the time.

“That will, of course, lead to more access to data, more reporting, more observations, and so on. So that’s another thing we’re trying to accomplish with this project. »

Today, 60 years after Majestic 12, scientists and governments are determined to do the same thing as then: study the UFO phenomenon. But the question for people remains the same: how much can they be trusted?

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