After nearly five decades of UFO investigations, a bill written by UFO hunters proposing the restriction of alien technology in space and verbal acknowledgment from a government administrator we are closer to unlocking the secrets of the universe we are a part of.
In a surprising turn of events, a government administrator hinted at extraterrestrial beings as well as various universes.
NASA Administer Bill Nelson hinted that UFOs seen here on Earth might just be extraterrestrial life forms or beings from an alternate universe.
In a live-streamed interview with Larry Sabato, a professor at the University of Virginia, Bill Nelson said “…the universe is so big, and now, there are even theories that there might be other universes. If that’s the case, who am I to say that planet Earth is the only location of a life form that is civilized and organized like ours?”
He also mentioned that he spoke with the Navy pilots who encountered UFOs in 2004, that there have been roughly 300 sightings since then, and that the mission of NASA hasn’t just been exploring the Universe but also searching for proof of life.
NASA just launched the Lucy mission, which we streamed live here on Space Channel, and the Mars rover has been collecting samples for a while now. According to Nelson’s prediction, we should be on Mars by the late 2030s and that collected samples help us “start to unlock the secrets” of possible life there in the past.
Indicating that “if there was water, there was likely life,” which means there are likely other inhabitable planets in our solar system.
Though this is the first NASA administrator to blatantly imply other life forms and universes may exist, it’s not the first time the U.S. government has conducted an analysis on the subject or tried to protect against the possibility of an extraterrestrial adversary.
In fact, there was a bill introduced by a widely known congressman nearly two decades ago and it was written by… UFO enthusiasts.
As our Space Channel team was diving into the developing story, we found some interesting items which included Bill Nelson, previous extraterrestrial analysis reports, and a proposed bill written by UFO hunters that was introduced to Congress roughy two decades ago.
In 1969, the U.S. Air Force conducted an investigation called “Project Blue Book”, compiling a list of 12,618 sightings, with 701 involving the analysis of objects that remain officially “unidentified.”
This feels similar to the recently released report the Pentagon released.
Back in June, we reportedon the Pentagon’s released report which analyzed 144 cases of unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) or UFOs, seen by American military pilots since 2004. Just one observation was attributed to a large, deflating balloon, while intelligence and defense analysts lacked sufficient data to identify the other 143, and the report avoided explicitly mentioning the possibility of an extraterrestrial origin, senior U.S. officials said they have yet to rule it out.
The ODNI report said “a handful” of the UFOs “appear to demonstrate advanced technology” and “in 18 incidents, described in 21 reports, observers reported unusual UAP movement patterns or flight characteristics.”
They warned that UFOs “would also represent a national security challenge if they are foreign adversary collection platforms or provide evidence a potential adversary has developed either a breakthrough or disruptive technology.”
But now, Nelson claims that the agency “hopes it’s not an adversary here on Earth that has that kind of technology.” But if it’s not from Earth where and from whom does that technology belong?
During the same month the Pentagon report was released, John Ratcliffe, the former director of national intelligence for former President Trump and oversaw the nation’s 18 spy agencies, stated that UFOs were a matter of “national security.”
The bill didn’t propose the introduction of weapons in space, rather it attempted to inhibit them.
The bill’s stated goal was:
“To preserve the cooperative, peaceful uses of space for the benefit of all humankind by permanently prohibiting the basing of weapons in space by the United States, and to require the President to take action to adopt and implement a world treaty banning space-based weapons.”
However, Kucinich did not write the bill, it was actually written by UFO enthusiasts Alfred Webre and Carol Rosin, who were trying to:
Nullify a vast conspiracy by the “military-industrial complex.”
Allow the use of suppressed alien technology for free energy.
Avoid accidentally shooting down or scare away visiting aliens.
HR 2977 listed several unusual weapons, including psychotronic (aka mind control) and tectonic weapons, which are not commonly known or used.
Listed weapons in the bill included:
Electronic, psychotronic, or information weapons;
High altitude ultra low-frequency weapons systems;
Plasma, electromagnetic, sonic, or ultrasonic weapons;
Laser weapons systems;
Strategic, theater, tactical, or extraterrestrial weapons;
And chemical, biological, environmental, climate, or tectonic weapons.
Does this mean Congress was aware of potential weapons created by aliens nearly two decades prior to their release of the Pentagon’s UFO report?
The rationale for the bill’s weapons ban was never clearly explained and was eventually withdrawn.
But it does leave us to wonder just how far away extraterrestrials are…maybe they’re already among us.
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