A pentagon consultant has recently revealed that certain Unidentified Flying Vehicles (UFOs) are not of this world, and there’s even physical evidence to back the claim up.
The US Governemnt supposedly has in its possession meta-materials that have been recovered from UFO crashes, and some of these materials have even been analyzed by scientists who have concluded the “alloys and materials cannot be from this world.”
According to the New York Times, a Pentagon consultant briefed the US Department of Defense officials on highly unusual discoveries, including materials recovered from vehicles not made on this planet, confirming what many people have believed in for decades; that there are flying objects visiting our planet that originated not on this world.
In a story revealing how the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI) will regulate data about UFOs, the once-secret Pentagon program to investigate the phenomenon (AATIP) was not terminated as announced initially, but rather changed its name and moved to the Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI).
Within the Senate regulation, this new program is required to report, publicly and in the coming months, the information obtained.
In this context, astrophysicist Eric W. Davis, subcontractor, and consultant to the Pentagon has told the New York Times part of what we might find out very soon.
Davis revealed that several of the UFOs observed by the research program have behaviors and characteristics that do not respond to anything known to us.
“We couldn’t make it ourselves.”
In addition, he confirmed that the government would have in its possession (meta) materials supposedly recovered from crashes of alleged UFOs, which Davis himself has examined, concluding that the origin of the materials “cannot be from this world.”
This statement, which appears to be part of a sensitive UFO disclosure, could be related to another made by President Donald Trump a few weeks ago when he admitted that he had learned “very interesting things about the Roswell incident”, which is by far the most famous UFO case in history, and that he would think of declassifying the data he had learned.
Quoted by the Times, former Democratic Senator Harry Reid (Nevada), who pushed for the funding of a program to study UFOs when he was the majority leader, has acknowledged that “crashes of objects of unknown origin may have occurred in the past and that the recovered materials should be studied.”
“After taking a look at the matter, I have come to the conclusion that there were reports – some substantial and others less so – that these materials exist and that the government and the private sector have them in their possession,” Reid said.
“It is of utmost importance that the information we have on the discovery of these recovered physical materials or ships, come to light.”
But in addition, to seek evidence of vehicles that are not from this world, the intelligence programs should also look into whether another country on Earth has in its possession breakout aviation technology that could potentially threaten the United States, experts have revealed.