Do aliens exist? It’s a question we’ve been asking ourselves for many years, and one that has always been filled with mystery. While up until now there have been few clear or credible pieces of evidence that we had received visits from living beings from other parts of the universe, everything has changed this week.
Yesterday, three veteran military personnel from the United States Army testified under oath at a hearing in the House of Representatives, which aimed to delve into the phenomenon of Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs).
The hearing was conducted with the premise that these sightings could pose a national security issue, and that the U.S. government may have withheld information regarding this matter for years.
One of the testimonies came from Ryan Graves, a former U.S. Navy pilot who now leads a group called Americans for Safe Aerospace, which he founded to encourage pilots to report UFO sightings.
“Whether UFOs are foreign drones, it’s an urgent national security problem. If it’s something else, it’s a matter for science. In any case, unidentified objects are a concern for flight safety,” declared Graves before the House of Representatives’ oversight subcommittee.
Alongside Graves, who openly confirmed having seen these objects “go from a stationary position to supersonic speed in a fraction of a second,” David Fravor, a retired U.S. Navy commander, and David Grusch, a former intelligence officer from the Air Force, also testified.”
Fravor, who even recorded his encounter with a “tic-tac” shaped craft (resembling the candy brand), stated that what has surprised him the most about these unidentified objects is their performance, as they are “far beyond the science we currently know.”
On the other hand, Grusch was at the center of some of the most significant testimonies yesterday, going so far as to claim that the U.S. government has covered up its investigation into UFO sightings.
The response from Grusch to Congressman Robert Garcia’s question about whether the U.S. government possesses extraterrestrial spacecraft was a resounding “yes.” He also stated that he had already provided the exact locations to the intelligence committee.
In another highly relevant testimony, Grusch discussed how these types of phenomena are financed and concealed. His response was straightforward: “misappropriation of funds.”
According to Grusch, both the U.S. government and other agencies have diverted public funds to investigate these phenomena and prevent any information related to encounters with “non-human intelligence” from coming to light.
Without a doubt, this is a turning point in history with significant implications if the statements are confirmed.
While these testimonies could be false, and there is a possibility that they could be part of a strategy to conceal drones or U.S. military aircraft, the disclosure of such precise and concrete data leads us to believe that it is genuine information and that, indeed, aliens have been/are among us. I want to believe.
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