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Admiral: UFO Encounters Occurred During ‘Finite Period’

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Article by Alejandro Rojas                     August 16, 2019                   (rdrnews.com)

• On July 19th, Politico’s defense editor, Bryan Bender, moderated a panel at the Aspen Institute’s annual Aspen Security Forum, in Aspen Colorado. Bender has been following the recent UFO developments at the nation’s capital, and he broke the story regarding the US Navy developing new guidelines for reporting UFOs.

• Four-Star Admiral Philip Davison (pictured above at the forum), the commander of the US Indio-Pacific Command, was also on the Aspen Security Forum panel. When an audience member asked Admiral Davidson about the recent UFO reports, Davidson replied that the UFO events occurred during “a finite period,” according to a tweet from Bryan Bender. This indicates that the Admiral is aware of issues surrounding the UFO activity beyond what has been reported in the news. What does he mean when he says that the encounters were during “a finite period?”

• Navy pilots have briefed lawmakers and military leadership on two separate encounters with UFOs: one that occurred over several days in November of 2004 off of the coast of San Diego when, after seeing odd objects on radar, the USS Nimitz carrier strike group scrambled its jets to engaged an object described as looking like a 40-foot long white ‘Tac Tac’. The second encounter was off of the East Coast during 2014 and 2015, when radar from the USS Roosevelt carrier strike group picked up odd readings, and Navy pilots described a ‘clear ball with a cube in it’ passing in-between two fighter jets. Navy radar also picked up similar readings over the Middle East.

• Is this span from 2004 to 2015 the finite period Admiral Davidson was talking about? Could there be even more Navy UFO cases that the public is not aware of? Bender thinks Davidson might have suggested that Navy pilots only spot UFOs occasionally, and it isn’t something that happens a lot. Tyler Rogoway of The Drive’s War Zone said that Davidson’s comment that UFO activity ceased after 2015 seemed accurate, noting that Navy pilot Ryan Graves never specifically says they encountered UFOs in the Middle East, only radar signatures.

• Rogoway also notes that in both of these instances, cutting edge radar sensor technologies were deployed, which “may point to the possibility that these events were tests of highly exotic and secret technology belonging to the US military or even deployed by its adversaries.” “[If Navy] aircraft… were testing new sensor technologies, the possibility would exist that someone else was testing how these sensors would react to their next-generation propulsion technology,” suggesting that the technology allowing craft to perform “flying maneuvers that shatter our perceptions of propulsion, flight controls, material science, and even physics” was developed right here on Earth.

• Last May at the McMenamins UFO-fest in McMinnville Oregon, the Navy pilot who encountered the “Tic Tac” UFO off of San Diego in 2004, David Fravor, told his audience that he thought he might have encountered secret advanced military technology. However, as the years went by and this technology never came to light, Fravor began to doubt that idea. He felt that he would have heard something about this new development if it indeed existed.

• When the subject of UFOs of extraterrestrial origin was broached at the Aspen conference, the defense reporters and industry insiders who made up the majority of the audience just laughed. It is obvious that the military community is not ready to take the topic of extraterrestrial UFOs seriously. Rogoway called this reaction from his colleagues “disgusting.” However, the conspiracy-minded could very well say that both Admiral Davidson and Tyler Rogoway are seeding doubt as part of the Navy’s UFO investigation strategy to steer the press and the public away from aliens as a genuine explanation for these UFO sightings.

 

During a panel at last month’s Aspen Institute’s Aspen Security Forum, an audience member asked Admiral Philip Davidson about reports of UFOs. Davidson replied that the Navy has new UFO reporting guidelines and that the UFO events occurred during “a finite period.”

This information comes via a tweet from Politico’s defense editor, Bryan Bender. Bender has been following recent UFO developments at the nation’s capital. He broke the story regarding the U.S. Navy developing new guidelines for reporting UFOs, and appeared on the History Channel’s Unidentified: Inside America’s UFO Investigation.

Bender moderated a panel at the forum on Friday, July 19. However, on Thursday, he tweeted: @AspenSecurity asks @INDOPACOM commander about Navy reports of UFOs. Chuckles all around but Adm. Phil Davidson responds that there is now a reporting process for these unexplained sightings and says the encounters were during ‘a finite period.’”

Four-Star Admiral Philip Davison is the commander of the U.S. Indio-Pacific Command. What I find interesting is that he was aware of the UFO issue, and apparently more than just the recent news about new reporting guidelines. But, what did he mean when he said the encounters were during “a finite period?”

History’s Unidentified revealed that Navy pilots involved with two separate incidents briefed lawmakers and military leadership. The first encounters occurred over several days in November of 2004. The Nimitz carrier strike group caught odd objects on radar. The Nimitz scrambled jets and Wing Commander David Fravor engaged an object he described as looking like a 40-foot long white Tac Tac. After a short time, the object darted off at an incredible speed.

  Tyler Rogoway of “The Drive”

The second set of encounters covered on Unidentified were similar. In this case, it was the USS Roosevelt carrier strike group that encountered odd radar readings off the coast of Florida in 2014 and 2015. At one point, a UFO described as a clear ball with a cube in it passed in-between two jets. According to the show, the objects followed the USS Roosevelt to the middle east.

These encounters span from 2004 to 2015. Is that the finite period Davidson was talking about? Could there be even more Navy UFO cases that the public is not aware of?

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Man Claims He Strangled Female ‘Alien’ Who Poked Her Finger Up His Nose During Infamous UFO Encounter in Unearthed Hypnosis Tape

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Article by Emma Parry                     August 20, 2019                  (thesun.co.uk)

• In October 1973, Charlie Hickson and his young friend, Calvin Parker, were fishing on the banks of the Pascagoula River in Pascagoula, Mississippi. Suddenly a UFO landed nearby.  Strange humanoid alien creatures came out and took the men into their spacecraft. (See previous ExoArticles on the ‘Pascagoula incident’ here and here.)

• Parker, then 19 years old, underwent regressive hypnosis with the world’s top alien abduction researcher, the late Budd Hopkins, to recall the incident. These newly discovered session tapes were obtained by the Sun Online newspaper. (Listen to the actual recordings below.) Here are some excerpts from the hypnosis session while Parker was in a trance:

• Parker recalls seeing orange and blue lights coming towards him before a strange craft landed next to his car parked near the pier. Four creatures “built like football players” emerged. They had long arms and broad shoulders, but no face. As Parker’s eyes got blurry, one of the creatures grabbed him by the arm. “I felt a burning,” said Parker, “the second he touched me there was burning all the way through me. And it felt, it felt like hot coals.” Parker felt a “floating” sensation as the alien carried him onto the craft.

• Once inside the craft, Parker pleads, “Dear Lord, please take me. Please let me die… anything has to be better than this. What am I getting into?” Hopkins asks him what he would say to these creatures. Parker replied, “Leave me the fuck alone.”

• Parker feels himself being pulled into a room and strapped down on a table. “I’m strapped to this table, big black straps, there’s one around my legs, there’s one around my arms, there’s one on my stomach and then I’m left alone. … I’m pulling on them, but I can’t break them.” “Now I’m afraid.”

• Parker says that a door opens and a female alien wearing a mask enters the room. “[B]oy this bitch is ugly,” says Parker.  He asks, “Who are you?” “She stuck her finger in my nose and she’s got… a bad attitude. Just as soon as I get loose I’m fixing to twist her head off.” Then Parker adds, “I’ve seen her before, I really hate her.” “She has something in her hand, she’s takes the thing down my nose, around my nose and she’s reaching for my lip.” “[S]he pulls my lip up and I feel a stinging… I can’t catch my breath and… my lip is bleeding. She grabs me by the side of the face.”

• Parker continues, “[A]ll I could think of was killing her, but I knew that I was gonna die in there. Then everything just settles down, so I just kinda lowered back down.” “That bitch just cut my right hand now, I’m bleeding, just a steady drip of blood onto the floor.”

• Parker says the female alien unties his straps and starts undressing him before injected him with something, adding, “I feel like she changed all my blood out of my veins. I’ve never felt anything that hot in all my life.” The alien leaves and returns to the room. Parker says, “She walked in and I grabbed her. “I got her round her skinny-ass little neck and I’m choking her right now… I’m beating her head against this mirror and there’s some kind of black stuff coming out.” A male alien comes in and stops Parker’s attack. “I felt a stinging again,” says Parker.

• Parker then says that he is taken back to the bank of the river, where his friend Charlie Hickson has also been returned. Hickson also publicly claimed to have been abducted. He died in 2011 at age 80, and never backed away from his alien abduction story despite ridicule.

• British UFO investigator Philip Mantle published Calvin Parker’s book, Pascagoula – The Closest Encounter. Mantle says, “To my surprise the hypnosis session produced quite a lot of information that had not previously been available.” Parker, now 64, made his UK debut at the Outer Limits magazine conference in Pontefract, West Yorkshire, on Saturday August 17th.

 

Calvin Parker underwent regressive hypnosis with the world’s top alien abduction researcher, the late Budd Hopkins, to unlock memories buried in his deep subconscious of his alleged close encounter.

Now newly discovered tapes of the session, obtained by Sun Online, reveal how Calvin claimed he grabbed one of his captors and banged her head against a mirror after she examined him on a table.

         Calvin Parker in 1973

Calvin, then aged 19, was fishing on the banks of the Pascagoula River, in Mississippi, with his pal Charlie Hickson when they claim a UFO landed nearby and they were grabbed by strange creatures with lobster-like claws.

Calvin was put under a trance by Budd who asks him a series of questions about the Pascagoula incident in October 1973.

He remembers seeing strange orange and blue lights coming towards him before a strange craft lands next to his car parked near the pier.

Suddenly four strange creatures “built like football players” emerge.

Calvin recalls: “They came closer and closer and I realise what a serious situation we were in. There’s something I’ve never seen before in my life, they’re coming forward.”

Asked to describe the creatures, Calvin says: “Like a football player. Very broad shoulders, long, long arms, like they don’t have a face, there’s still no face.

The Alien Creatures

“The second one has something else, my eyes were really blurry. I noticed some like dots in front of my eyes. This first one had hold of my arm and there’s a feeling. I almost get sick to my stomach, like I’ll throw up, but I couldn’t throw up.

“Please let me die”

“I felt a burning, the second he touched me there was burning all they way through me. And it felt, it felt like hot coals.”
Calvin said he felt a “floating” sensation as one of the aliens carried him onto the craft.

Once inside the craft Charlie pleads with God to let him die. He said: “Dear Lord, please take me. Please let me die, I don’t know whether this is the way things are supposed to be but please just let me die. Please take me because anything has to be better than this. What am I getting into?”

           Budd Hopkins

Budd asks Calvin: “Let’s just say right now that you could say something to them, right now, a chance to say something to them, what would you say to them?” to which Calvin replies: “Leave me the f**k alone.”

“I’m being strapped down”

Things start to turn sinister as Calvin feels he is being pulled into a room and strapped down on a table.

He said: “I’m scared. I’m wondering where I am, but I’m being pulled by something but don’t know what’s pulling me and then I’m being strapped down. I’m strapped to this table, big black straps, there’s one around my legs, there’s one around my arms, there’s one on my stomach and then I’m left alone.

“Then I feel the adrenaline running through my body. I don’t know if I can break these straps if it’s the last thing I do.

“And I’m able to tug on them and I’m breaking them and I’m pulling on them, but I can’t break them.

11:20 minute audio of Parker’s hypnosis session with Budd Hopkins in 1974 (UFO History YouTube)

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Does E.T. Exist? Possibly. A UVA Astronomer Weighs In.

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Article by Fariss Samarrai                      August 14, 2019                        (news.virginia.edu)

Scientific American interviewed University of Virginia astronomer Professor Kelsey Johnson (pictured above) on her personal opinions of the existence of extraterrestrial life, which was published in UVA Today. Here are some paraphrased excerpts from this interview:

• As a scientist, I have to acknowledge that ET life could have visited Earth. Some of the unresolved cases could be genuine, such as the “Lakenheath-Bentwaters Incident” in 1956 where radar tracked, and military aircraft chased, bright glowing objects over southeastern England. It was witnessed by both the US Air Force and Royal Air Force, so it cannot be summarily dismissed. But “just because we don’t know what it was, doesn’t mean that it was ET life.”

• Galactic travel distance and modern speed restrictions shouldn’t prevent us from assuming that technology could develop to allow humans to travel to distant star systems. We went from the first airplane to space travel in only fifty years. But if we developed a way to travel at 1/100th the speed of light, which is 500 times faster than anything we currently have, it would still take over 400 years to reach Proxima Centauri, which is the nearest star. But a 400 year span of time might not be as daunting to ET lifeforms that could live far longer lifespans than humans.

• Any ET life that could visit us is likely to be millions of years more advanced than we are. Why would they visit us? Perhaps they are benevolent and checking in to see how we’re doing. Or maybe we are a science experiment they are checking up on. I doubt their intentions are hostile, or we would already be obliterated.

• The human need to colonize beyond Earth seems to be hardwired into our collective behavior. If we survive as a species long enough to become technologically advanced, I would be shocked if we don’t eventually visit other planets. This brings us to the core of Fermi’s Paradox. If humans would naturally spread out into colonizing the galaxy, why don’t we see other advanced civilizations doing so? The depressing answer is that any civilization that becomes sufficiently technologically advanced is doomed to destroy itself. But if we can survive our technological adolescence, I think that human creativity, bravery, and perseverance will compel us to journey to far-flung places in the galaxy.

• As far as we know now, we are the only species in the universe capable of trying to understand this grand cosmos. This gives us a set of ethical responsibilities – to not only survive, but to take care of our planet, and each other, ourselves, and the universe.

[Editor’s Note]   Most of the time, we hear from scientists who insist that physics will never allow travel beyond the speed of light; or that there is a perfectly logical scientific explanation for the UFO phenomenon besides visiting extraterrestrials; or that, since humans could not survive intergalactic travel, then an alien civilization would be equally prohibited; or that if extraterrestrials did come to the Earth, they would exterminate us.

It is refreshing to hear from a mainstream scientist who allows for the possibility of the eventual development of advanced technologies that defy our known physics, or that an alien species’ physiology might be dramatically different than our own. Professor Johnson concedes the possibility that advanced ET civilizations could be capable of intergalactic travel and visit the Earth, even though her scientific credentials will not allow her to admit that this is indeed occurring. She even allows for the possibility that humanity itself could be a scientific experiment conducted by advanced extraterrestrial beings.

This is the fine line that today’s academics and scientists must walk: to think beyond the restrictive mainstream mindset while at the same time avoid being mocked and disparaged by their peers who pander to a Deep State that economically controls them and these academic and scientific institutions.

 

Many people have a knee-jerk reaction when it comes to extraterrestrial life. Claims of sightings often are immediately dismissed or ridiculed as being crazy. Alternately, some people assume that scientists or the government are hiding something. Thanks to Hollywood, and sometimes-irresponsible “documentaries,” many misconceptions exist regarding E.T. life – whether or not E.T. life actually exists.

University of Virginia astronomer Kelsey Johnson recently weighed in with a commentary for Scientific American. Here’s what she has to say for readers of UVA Today.

Q. There is a lengthy history of claimed sightings of UFOs and abductions of humans by aliens. Some ancient cave paintings seem to depict UFOs and aliens. Do you think it’s possible that we have been visited by aliens?

A. “Possible” is a loaded word from a scientific perspective. We don’t have any scientific evidence that E.T. life has not visited Earth, so sure, it is possible. But there are only a handful of investigated cases that don’t have other possible, and more plausible, explanations.

But those handful are highly intriguing. One particular open case that has caught people’s attention is a famous unresolved case from England in 1956 known as the “Lakenheath-Bentwaters Incident.” One of the reasons this incident garnered attention is that it was witnessed by both the U.S. Air Force and Royal Air Force. The official record includes both visual sightings of aerial phenomena and radar contact. Although it is tempting to jump to conclusions, just because we don’t know what it was, doesn’t mean that it was E.T. life.

Keeping an open mind is essential for scientific progress, but this progress also requires that claims can be either falsified or verified. Unfortunately, virtually none of E.T. life sightings come with a preponderance of testable evidence.
But as a scientist, I have to acknowledge that E.T. life could have visited Earth; some of the unresolved cases could be genuine, and we can’t rule that out.

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