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GREAT DELUSION IS COMING… And The Pentagon’s UFO Office Is Sending Cryptic ‘Alien’ Messages

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Last week, the Pentagon’s new UFO office, the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO), unveiled its long-awaited website. Tucked among previously-released graphics, transcripts and videos is an important new document outlining the office’s mission and objectives. Within hours of the site’s launch, eagle-eyed sleuths noticed that an image of a spherical object, divided into quarters, appears on the corners of the “Mission Overview” document. Further analysis determined that the image is a stock photo titled “alien technology in a metallic ball.” According to AARO director Seán Kirkpatrick, the most common observations claimed in the 800 reports received by his office as of late May are of “spheres,” 3 to 13 feet in diameter and “white, silver, [or] translucent” in color. Two videos and two images of objects fitting this description, all recorded by U.S. servicemembers, have emerged in recent years. Intriguingly, sensors have apparently observed such objects traveling at speeds ranging from stationary to Mach 2, or twice the speed of sound, with “no thermal exhaust detected.” This invites an obvious question: How can spherical objects, lacking wings or apparent means of propulsion, remain stationary against strong winds or travel at the speed of sound? Moreover, how could they conduct such remarkable maneuvers without emitting any heat signature? Of particular note, the peculiar UAP performance characteristics outlined by Kirkpatrick are identical to those described by former U.S. Navy fighter pilot Ryan Graves, who testified under oath during a July 26 congressional hearing. Graves, along with at least 50-60 naval aviators, observed spherical objects capable of remaining stationary against hurricane-force winds or moving at the speed of sound on a daily basis in 2014 and 2015. Moreover, the mysterious craft remained aloft for extreme durations, far outlasting fighter jets…(READ MORE)

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