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Month: December 2012

By Michael E. Salla, Ph.D.

2012 was a watershed year in the expanding public awareness of the possibility of extraterrestrial life, and its political and social implications for earth. NASA landed another rover on Mars with the scientific means to determine if Mars once hosted life. NASA sponsored scientific projects continued to find more exoplanets, some of which reside in the habitable regions of their suns. More than anything else, exoplanet discoveries continue to excite scientists with the possibility that extraterrestrial life exists elsewhere in the universe, and the possibility of contact. Scientists though are divided on whether this would be a good or bad thing since they don’t agree on how extraterrestrials would respond in contact with a resource rich planet such as earth. Then we have news stories based on whistleblowers and even a former Russian President revealing what may be really happening behind the scenes when it comes to government policy on extraterrestrial life. Important news developments in 2012 make it inevitable that the study of extraterrestrial life and its political implications – generally known as exopolitics – will receive even more attention in 2013 and beyond. Here is my list of the top 10 extraterrestrial life stories for 2012 – in descending order to the Top Extraterrestrial Life Story of the Year.

#10.  On August 25, Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon died from heart failure. According to NASA insiders and an alleged ham radio transmission intercept, what Armstrong witnessed during his 1969 moon walk changed his life, and led to the eventual abandonment of the manned lunar missions. According to alleged leaked documents, two huge extraterrestrial spacecraft watched the Apollo 11 landing, and observed the Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin moon walks. Did Armstrong carry his moon secrets to the grave? Further reading: First man on moon dies along with secrets of what he saw

#9 On May 25, the movie Men In Black (MIB) III was released. In it, an idea is presented in an outrageously comedic way. Extraterrestrial visitors live on our world and are monitored by a secretive governmental agency that hides the truth from the American public. The movie is based on stories circulating since the early 1950’s of mysterious MIB traveling around in dark suits in vintage cars, persuading people to be silent about their experiences concerning UFOs and alien life. Does MIB III use comedy to hide the truth in plain sight? Further Reading: Men in Black III – Hiding the Truth in Plain Sight

#8 November 28. CNN aired a story that according to a declassified report, the Air Force plan involved sending a nuclear missile that would detonate on impact with the lunar surface. The project was titled “A Study of Lunar Research Flights” (aka “Project A-119”) and was planned in 1958. According to the declassified report, the plan was never implemented. According to one senior US Air Force officer, however, not only was an attempt made to detonate a nuclear bomb on the moon decades later, but there was an external intervention to destroy the missile. Further reading: Did the US Air Force attempt to nuke the moon?

#7 In April, Professor Paul Springer from the U.S. Air Command and Staff College was authorized by his employers to discuss military plans to respond to an alien invasion. Springer responded to questions by an Australian Television program exploring possible responses to an alien invasion that aired on Easter Sunday. In the segment titled ““U.S. military making plans for an alien invasion,” he discussed the implications of humanity being confronted by an extraterrestrial threat. Springer’s comments confirm for the first time that the Pentagon has drawn up contingency plans for an extraterrestrial invasion. Further Reading: Pentagon plans for Alien invasion exist according to military professor

#6 In April, a team of scientists analyzing data from the 1976 Viking Mission concluded that life on Mars was detected in one of the four experiments conducted by the two robotic landers. Their report, “Complexity Analysis of the Viking Labeled Release Experiments,” released in the International Journal of Aeronautical and Space Sciences resurrected a controversy over the results of the Viking Mission’s “Labeled Released experiment” designed by Dr Gilbert Levin. The Viking mission was the only Mars mission so far that was designed by NASA to detect life. Dr Levin was confident that the experiment had detected microbial life on Mars, but his NASA colleagues disagreed and his startling finding was forgotten in the Martian sands of time. This new scientific investigation concluded that Levin was right all along. Further Reading – 1976 life on Mars controversy resurrected in new scientific report.

#5 On October 20, Gordon Duff, the senior editor of the popular Veterans Today website, released a blog featuring an interview recorded on Coast to Coast Radio four days earlier, Duff provided details of a briefing document he personally witnessed in 1982 while working for an unnamed government agency. Duff claims that the document contained references to two treaties with extraterrestrial civilizations. The treaties, according to Duff, were coerced upon the USA and other countries by a hostile extraterrestrial race. Further Reading: Secret US alien treaties exist according to Veterans Today Senior Editor

#4 In September, according to Gordon Duff, senior editor of Veterans Today, intelligence sources were revealing that hostile extraterrestrials are militarily engaging with world naval forces. In an article, provocatively titled, “UFO War: Chinese and US Navy off San Francisco,” Duff claims that the Chinese navy is lending assistance to the US in battling these hostile forces in what looks like a real life version of the recent movie Battleship. Duff claims that his intelligence sources are Asian, and that US naval forces are stretched thin in the Pacific due to a beefed up naval presence in the Persian Gulf. Duff admits that the story stretches credibility but that his source is usually reliable, thereby raising the possibility that either the story is largely accurate and/or officially sanctioned disinformation. Are we being prepared for an alien false flag invasion? Further Reading:  Is Alien UFO false flag event on the way?

# 3 Back in May, NASA accounted that for the first time, it was able to detect infrared light from a rocky “super-earth” variety of exoplanet. The Spitzer Space Telescope detected infrared light from the exoplanet “55 Cancri e” which has a rocky core and is nearly twice the Earth’s diameter, and eight times its mass. While 55 Cancri e is much too close to its sun – 55 Cancri A – to sustain life as we know it, the detection is a historic first for NASA. The detection of infrared light on the super-earth category of exoplanets, prime candidates for finding extraterrestrial life, makes possible the discovery of alien cities in distant solar systems. Further Reading: Detecting extraterrestrial cities on exoplanets becomes possible

#2 On December 14, Britain’s Director of Public Prosecutation (DPP) announced that Gary McKinnon will not face prosecution in the United Kingdom for hacking into the computer systems of NASA, the Pentagon and other government agencies in search of information on UFOs. McKinnon claimed to have found photographs, film, and other evidence of alien spacecraft secretly held by various U.S. government agencies. While the US extradition order is still valid and could be activated in other countries if McKinnnon travelled abroad, the DPP decision ends McKinnon’s decade long legal nightmare in Britain. McKinnon can now safely reveal anything further that he learned of secret US government knowledge of UFOs and extraterrestrial life. Further Reading: UFO hacker will not face UK prosecution

#1 Top Extraterrestrial Life Story of the Year. On December 7, the current Russian Prime Minister and former President, Dmitry Medvedev, made some startling off-air comments to reporters while his microphone was still switched on. He was asked whether the President is given any secret files on extraterrestrials while in office. In his responses, Medvedev not only confided that extraterrestrials are visiting the Earth, but that some are actually living among us. He went even further to say that the Hollywood comedy, Men in Black, has a factual basis to it. Medvedev’s responses were said off-air, without him realizing that his microphone was still recording, they at face value give credence to claims that extraterrestrials are not only visiting our world, but are even living among us. Further Reading: Russian Prime Minister claims extraterrestrials live among us

© Copyright 2012. Michael E. Salla. Exopolitics.org  This article is copyright and should not be added in its entirety on other websites or email lists. Permission is granted to include an extract (e.g., introductory paragraph) of this article on website or email lists with a link to the original.

By Michael E. Salla, Ph.D.

Dr J. Allen Hynek was an associate member of the 1953 CIA Convened Robertson Panel.

Four days to the end of the world – or at least the end of the Mayan calender on December 21, 2012 according to researchers decoding several ancient Mayan glyphs. The Australian Prime Minister made her own statement about the end of the Mayan calendar with a spoof video about the upcoming zombie apocalypse. Seriously though, what can we expect for December 21? One thing is certain, December 22 will follow with many End of the World party hangovers. What else? Perhaps we should look to the region of the world where the Mayans lived, and where an interesting phenomenon has been happening for some time – fleets of UFOs have been sighted and recorded. Does the end of the Mayan calendar coincide with the mysterious sightings of UFO fleets around the world, especially in Mexico and Central America where the ancient Maya lived?

The most well documented recent mass UFO sighting was in Guadalajara, Mexico in June, 2004. Hundreds of luminous objects were seen during daylight hours by multiple witnesses and recorded on video. An exhaustive investigation by Mexico’s most eminent UFO researcher, Jaime Maussan, concluded that the UFOs had no terrestrial explanation – they were not balloons, Chinese lanterns, birds or other earthly phenomenon. Maussan had one month earlier investigated official Mexican Air Force infrared camera footage released exclusively to him of a fleet of UFOs encountered that could not be explained by Mexican Air Force investigators.

There have been many more sightings of UFO fleets in Mexico, most recently on December 1, 2012. So are we being visited by other worldly visitors in the lands of the Maya – and it is all being recorded on film? Perhaps, but what about the USA, why aren’t there similar sightings of mass UFOs? It will surprise some to learn that the earliest sightings of fleets of UFOs occurred in the USA. The most famous was the Washington flyovers in the summer of 1952.

Over three successive weekends from July 12 to 27, fleets of UFOs – or “flying saucers” as they were called at the time – flew over Washington DC. There were thousands of live witnesses whose reports quickly led to the US Air Force’s official UFO investigation – Project Bluebook – being overwhelmed. The UFOs were captured on film, on radar, and visually sighted by US Air Force pilots on intercept missions. The fleets of UFOs received much national press attention, and even led to President Truman making a live statement to the public.

The US Air Force made an official statement basically debunking the mass UFO sightings as misidentified meteorites, planets and temperature inversions. The Air Force explanations were widely ridiculed by independent experts, but had the effect of defusing press interest and quietening the general public for the moment. The public backlash over the official response to the Washington DC mass UFO sightings, led to a rethink in the government’s strategy for responding to any future sightings. especially when involving fleets of UFOs. The Central Intelligence Agency, not the US Air Force, would play the lead role in developing and implementing the government’s new strategy.

The CIA convened a panel of scientific experts to look into the UFO phenomenon, and to develop a set of recommendations that could be implemented by different government agencies. The Panel was convened in January 1953, and named after its Chair, Dr Howard Percy Robertson who was an eminent physicist. What we know of the Robertson Panel’s deliberations comes to us from Dr J. Allen Hynek who was an associate member of the Panel. Hynek was shocked to learn that the Robertson Panel was intent on debunking all reports, no matter how credible or strongly supported by independent analysis.

In a historic video clip, Hynek reveals how a detailed 1000 hour analysis by the US Navy’s photographic interpretation laboratory of a Navy officer’s film of what appeared to be a fleet of UFOs appearing near Tremonton, Utah was ignored. After viewing the “Tremonton case” film several times, the Panel concluded that the multiple objects were a flock of birds, when the Navy analysis had excluded this possibility, and concluded instead that the objects were, according to Hynek, “self-luminous unidentified objects.” The Tremonton case film footage was important since the objects in the video look strikingly similar to more recent reports of fleets of UFOs filmed flying in Guadalajara, Mexico and other locations during daylight hours. Most importantly, the Tremonton UFO case occurred on July 2, 1952, less than two weeks before the Washington DC UFO flyovers began – suggesting a very likely connection between two cases of fleets of UFOs being sighted and recorded in different parts of the USA.

With regard to the Robertson Panel, Hynek concluded: “I came away from the meeting and the room with the distinct feeling however that the panel had deliberately moved to debunk the whole subject, and not to give it the serious scientific attention which it deserved.”

The Robertson Panel recommended an ‘educational program’ to remove the “threat” posed by enemy nations exploiting the public’s belief in flying saucers. This “educational program” is described at length in the Panel’s Report:

The Panel’s concept of a broad educational program integrating efforts of all concerned agencies was that it should have two major aims: training and “debunking.” …The “debunking” aim would result in reduction in public interest in “flying saucers” which today evokes a strong psychological reaction. This education could be accomplished by mass media such as television, motion pictures, and popular articles [emphasis added].… Such a program should tend to reduce the current gullibility of the public and consequently their susceptibility to clever hostile propaganda.

Hynek’s frank admission confirms suspicions that the Robertson Panel and its conclusions, called the “Durant Report”, were biased, and part of a CIA orchestrated plan to persuade the American public to dismiss the UFO phenomenon for national security reasons. Fleets of UFOs that flew over US cities would henceforth be debunked as misidentified birds, planets and other natural phenomenon.

As we approach the end of the Mayan calendar, the surge in recent reports of fleets of UFOs in areas inhabited by the ancient Maya, does naturally lead to the question of whether this is what the Maya had foreseen. While considering this possibility, it is worth remembering that one of the earliest known reports of a fleet of UFOs had been confirmed to be authentic by a US Navy investigation, before being debunked by the CIA’s Robertson Panel. The world wide reach of the CIA makes it the lead organization in debunking reports of fleets of UFOs being witnessed around the planet, and the possibility that UFOs are extraterrestrial in origin. There is much documented evidence that the Earth has been visited by fleets of UFOs, and such sightings have increased as we approach the end of the Mayan calendar. Perhaps December 21, 2012 will lead to an acceleration of UFO fleet sightings, that may well signify an the end of the world, as we know it!

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