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Approximately a week ago, TikTok influencer Gkbarry found herself engrossed in promotional recordings. Amidst her busy schedule, she unintentionally captured a spherical object flying through the sky at a remarkable speed.
To her surprise, the footage not only revealed the sphere but also a substantial flash surrounding the sphere just before it vanished.
Due to the object's fast movement, it was nearly visible in the initial recording. However, upon closer inspection through zooming, both the object and its trajectory became distinctly visible as well as unveiling the flash that occurred moments before its disappearance.
The enhanced zooming, starting at the 0.35-minute mark in the video, provides a clearer view of the mysterious object and the intriguing flash that unfolded during its flight.
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Earlier this year, Congress passed something called the UAP Disclosure Act of 2023. The law requires to tell the public what it knows about the countless unidentified flying objects that have been spotted in the skies above Earth over the past 3,000 years.
It's designed to be, and it very well could be a transformative piece of legalization. And it comes at a time when we can say with confidence that the most unlikely sounding theories about UFOs are actually true.
Yes, these things are real. They're not all weather balloons. They're not experimental aircraft from this or any other country. Whatever they are, they are not of human origin. Nor do they behave according to the laws of known physics.
And yes, the US government currently has physical evidence that they exist. That means wreckage of the craft as well as the bodies of the beings that flew them.
Now, the Office of Global Access (OGA), a wing of the Central Intelligence Agency's Science and Technology Directorate, has played a central role since 2003 in orchestrating the collection of what could be alien spacecraft.
This CIA's secret office has conducted UFO retrieval missions on at least nine crash sites around the world, according to Dailymail.
The CIA has a 'system in place that can discern UFOs while they're still cloaked' and special military units are sent to salvage the wreckage and then often hands the wreckage or material over to private aerospace/defense contractors (who are working close with the US government) for analysis.
So the question is, now that the UAP Disclosure Act has passed, when can the rest of us see the information that we paid for and in fact, own? Well, not so fast, it turns out.
Just when it seemed the UAP Disclosure Act was finally going to lift the veil on decades of secrets, two Republican lawmakers voted against the legislation. The two members happen to be especially powerful this term. They are Congressman Mike Rogers of Alabama, who is the chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, and Congressman Mike Turner of Ohio, who is chairman of the House Intel Committee.
Why is this happening and what could be their potential motives?
Above image: Watch video from Chris Letho: UAP disclosure under threat - What is the roadblock - Follow the Money!
One of the great secrets of Washington know to everyone inside Washington is that many of the most powerful members of Congress do not work for their constituents, much less for the rest of us, for the country at large. They are instead puppets and they are controlled effectively by the permanent bureaucracy, including through bribery and blackmail.
Some people saying the UAP Disclosure Act was founded to pave the way for controlled UFO disclosure, now that is not going to happen as long as key politicians are controlled and instructed to violate in letter and in spirit federal law and to hide the truth about UFOs from the American public.
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NASA Scientific Balloons Ready for Flights Over Antarctica
A scientific balloon payload is being prepared for launch in McMurdo Station, Antarctica. NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility NASA kicks off its annual Antarctic Long Duration Balloon Campaign around Dec. 1, which includes three scientific balloon flights planned for launch from the long-duration balloon (LDB) Camp near McMurdo Station, Antarctica. NASA’s stadium-sized, zero-pressure balloons will support a total of five missions on the long-duration flights with one mission vying to break NASA’s heavy-lift, long-duration balloon flight record, which stands at 55 days, 1 hour, and 34 minutes.
“The annual Antarctic long-duration balloon campaign is the program’s flagship event for long-duration missions,” said Andrew Hamilton, acting chief of NASA’s Balloon Program Office (BPO). “The environment and stratospheric wind conditions provide a unique and valuable opportunity to fly missions in a near-space environment for days or weeks at a time. The BPO team is excited to provide support to all our missions this year.”
Headlining this year’s campaign is the Galactic/Extragalactic ULDB Spectroscopic Terahertz Observatory (GUSTO) mission. This Astrophysics mission is managed by NASA’s Explorers Program Office at Goddard Space Flight Center. The mission is led by principal investigator Christopher Walker from the University of Arizona with support from the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. GUSTO will aim for 55-plus days in flight above the southernmost hemisphere’s skies to map a large part of the Milky Way galaxy, including the galactic center, and the nearby Large Magellanic Cloud. The GUSTO telescope is equipped with very sensitive detectors for carbon, oxygen, and nitrogen emission lines. Measuring these emission lines will give the GUSTO team deep insight into the full lifecycle of the interstellar medium, the cosmic material found between stars. GUSTO’s science observations will be performed from Antarctica to allow for enough observation time aloft, access to astronomical objects, and solar power provided by the austral summer in the polar region.
Additional missions set to fly during the Antarctic LDB campaign include:
Anti-Electron Sub-Orbital Payload (AESOP-Lite): The mission, led by a team from the University of Delaware and University of California Santa Cruz, will measure cosmic-ray electrons and positrons. These electron measurements will be compared to Voyager I and II, which reached interstellar space and have been measuring cosmic ray electrons since 2012 and 2018, respectively. AESOP-Lite will fly on a 60 million cubic feet balloon, a test flight set to qualify the balloon for reaching altitudes greater than 150,000 feet, which is higher than NASA’s current stratospheric inventory. Long durAtion evalUation solaR hand LAunch (LAURA): This engineering test flight, led by NASA’s Columbia Scientific Balloon Facility, will utilize solar panels to extend the science capability of the hand launch platform from a few days in flight to long-duration flights. Hand-launched balloons are about 40 times smaller in volume than the heavy-lift balloons and have limited time aloft due to the amount and weight of batteries used for powering the science and balloon instruments. Anihala (Antarctic Infrasound Hand Launch): This piggyback payload on the AESOP-Lite launch, a cooperative mission between the Swedish Institute of Space Physics and Sandia National Lab, aims to measure natural background sound in the stratosphere over a continent where human-generated sound is largely absent. Zero-pressure balloons feature open ducts that allow gas to escape and prevent an increase in pressure from inside the balloon. Gas expansion occurs as it heats during the balloon’s rise above Earth’s surface or by temperature increases from a rising Sun. These balloons, which typically have a shorter flight duration due to the loss of gas from the cycle of day to night, can only fly long-duration missions during the constant daylight of summer in polar regions, where the balloon stays in constant sunlight.
NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia manages the agency’s scientific balloon flight program with 10 to 15 flights each year from launch sites worldwide. Peraton, which operates NASA’s Columbia Scientific Balloon Facility (CSBF) in Texas, provides mission planning, engineering services, and field operations for NASA’s scientific balloon program. The CSBF team has launched more than 1,700 scientific balloons over some 40 years of operations. NASA’s balloons are fabricated by Aerostar. The NASA Scientific Balloon Program is funded by the NASA Headquarters Science Mission Directorate Astrophysics Division.
For mission tracking, click here. For more information on NASA’s Scientific Balloon Program, visit: https://www.nasa.gov/scientificballoons.
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I recently watched intelligence officer David Grusch's nearly 3-hour UFO discussion with Joe Rogan. In this video, Chris Lehto goes through all his notes, analyzing Grusch's revelations about the secret crash retrieval programs, the double-digit recovered craft, and the government harassment he says he endured when he tried exposing this shocking coverup.
There are double- digit craft numbers and double digit biologics in various forms. Mike Herrera said we've captured two to three is what he said per year. My guess is over 30 years if you capture two to three per year they have about 60 to 90 recoveries, just imagine that.
Not only the US has a UAP task force but behind the scenes they have been engaged with China and Russia who have their own crash retrievals, yet the UFO crashes that have occurred in other countries over the years, like the 1933 UFO crash in Italy.
The UFO that crashed in Italy in 1933 was actually a dish-shaped around 10 to 20 feet craft but no bodies were found at 1933 crash site. It should be mentioned that Pope P. 12th was involved and after the craft was recovered it was sent back to the US by Franklin D Roosevelt.
Or the UFO that crashed off the coast of Perth Australia on 1981. Besides the US, Japan along with France and Australia were involved in the retrieval of the craft.
They hauled up the UFO from the ocean with 2 entities inside that were alive. They were extracted and kept them alive, transferred to Perth then transferred to Hawaii then to Area 51 where the Air Force took control.
Like the 1933 Italy UFO, this UFO also ended up in the US and it is not surprise that this event disappeared from the records.
Talking about some bodies that they found, it is said that they are Androids. Created biologics, but maybe it's not biological in the sense that we think of biologics.
With all the secret UFO retrieval programs over the world, I think they're not sharing it because it will be a huge blow to the governments of the world when the public knows that governments have lied for years about the existence of UFO retrieval programs as well as that they have recovered UFOs not from this world, including entities whether biological or Android.
If you want an in-depth breakdown of this landmark interview's key insights, strap in for unfiltered notes and commentary.
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A spherical, white unidentified flying object (UFO) recently led to the temporary shutdown of an airport in Manipur, India. According to reliable sources, the UFO was first spotted by the pilot of an Indigo flight scheduled for departure at approximately 2:20 pm. In response to this sighting, all flight operations were promptly suspended, and normal activities only resumed around 6 pm. The mysterious UFO remained visible until approximately 4 pm.
Bhaskar Salam, a passenger on the affected flight, recounted the confusion and uncertainty surrounding the situation. He expressed that he was unaware of the circumstances and was informed that the flight couldn't take off due to an unidentified object hovering in the sky. Flight operator officials, however, remained uncertain about the nature of the object.
Imphal West Superintendent of Police, Ksh Shivakanta Singh, shed light on the perplexing incident, stating that the object lingered in the sky for several hours, before disappearing without a trace. The mysterious nature of the UFO has left both authorities and witnesses puzzled, with no conclusive explanation for its presence or sudden disappearance.
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