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Spiritual Warfare & The Paranormal: The Extraterrestrial Hypothesis

The Extraterrestrial Hypothesis
The Extraterrestrial Hypothesis

There is little doubt that something involving non-human entities has been acting within the worldwide culture of humanity for a very long time.

As a Christian I know that entities we call Angels and Demons have been warring along side humanity from our rocky start.

So the possibility that they or other unknown entities are also here should not surprise us.

But as humans will do those in our government and military have chosen for many reasons to keep this from the public.

The indirect evidence for craft, and creatures is overwhelming. The indirect evidence for crash retrievals is also overwhelming.

Of course actual physical proof remains out of reach, or proof that can be verified in any case. Evidence is plentiful of not only entities, crashed craft but also hoaxes and government Psyops that are ongoing to discredit people and by distraction turn peoples gaze away from the subject.

Now I am not a big fan of conspiracies, a term that is applied to everything today. The evidence however is plain to those who will look that there has been a coercive and well calculated plan over many decades to deceive the public and obfuscate the truth concerning UFOs.

The extraterrestrial hypothesis like all other theories of "The Phenomenon" that could be rendered true or obsolete should some physical evidence find its way into the publics view.

In this article I will give you some background and more recent information on the topic.

The Extraterrestrial Hypothesis: In the Debate Over UAP Origins, Scientists Wrestle with Possibilities… and Biases

"Few would dispute the fact that UFOs have undergone a renascence in public interest in recent years. According to recent data, it also appears that more Americans now seem willing to entertain the possibility that these aerial mysteries could represent a phenomenon unrecognized by science.

A recent Gallup survey found that while half of Americans remain skeptical about UFO sightings, that number has dropped ten points since 2019, when similar surveys found that 60% of Americans had reservations about the idea that UFOs could have anything other than earthly explanations.

One thing the new Gallup data seems to convey is the impact recent U.S. government involvement in the longstanding UFO question has had on public opinion. The presence of unidentified aerial phenomena, or UAP as the military prefers to call them, were seemingly confirmed with the release of a nine-page preliminary assessment in June by the Navy’s UAP Task Force (UAPTF), which reported 144 cases involving objects of unknown origin observed by military pilots and others that currently remain unexplained.

Most of these incidents were collected following the institution of a formalized reporting mechanism by the Navy in 2019, the same year previous Gallup surveys found more than half of Americans remained skeptical about possible extraterrestrial origins of such objects. In late 2020, the U.S. Air Force followed suit, with the combined Navy and Air Force data constituting the majority of the reports discussed within the Task Force’s assessment delivered to the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) at the end of June.." from the 2021 article: The Extraterrestrial Hypothesis: In the Debate Over UAP Origins, Scientists Wrestle with Possibilities… and Biases

MIT physicist on aliens and alien civilizations

Video from Lex Clips

"GUEST BIO: Dennis Whyte is a nuclear scientist at MIT and the director of the MIT Plasma Science and Fusion Center. Lex Fridman Podcast full episode:" from video introduction

Materials from UFO'S

Pentagon asked if it has UFO crash materials – here’s their cryptic 154-page response

"Last month, the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) responded to a 2017 freedom of information act (FOIA) request for information on whether it possesses materials from UFO crashes. The DIA replied with a 154-page report on materials it has studied, calling it, “documents responsive to your request” without directly saying if those materials came from a UFO crash.

The FOIA request submitted by researcher Anthony Bragaglia requested UFO information including, “physical debris recovered by personnel of the Department of Defense as residue, flotsam, shot-off material or crashed material from UAPS [unidentified aerial phenomenon] or unidentified flying objects.”

Bragaglia further requested physical descriptions of all materials held, the source of these materials and the circumstances by which they were obtained. On Jan. 8, after more than three years of waiting, Bragaglia received a 154-page FOIA response, in two sections, from the DIA.

While the FOIA response does not appear to address the source of the materials and the circumstances by which they were obtained, Bragaglia told The Sun that the DIA’s response is a “stunning admissions” by the U.S. government.

“The Pentagon has admitted to holding and testing anomalous debris from UFOs,” he said.

The DIA FOIA response includes 30 pages of information about metallic glasses, including their potential aerospace applications; 32 pages of information about biomaterials; 27 pages about materials for advanced aerospace platforms, 27 pages about metallic spintronics (spinning electronics); and 38 pages about aerospace applications

Bragaglia said some of the materials the DIA possesses have “extraordinary capabilities,” and the report served as a “stunning” admission from the agenda.." from the article:

Alien Material - The Truth is Out There

"Re edit of the film about Alien crash material recovery." from video introduction

The Mystery of Altered Isotopes

Of the debris and material we have heard about that has been tested, most recently from Dr. Gary Nolan we are told about materials with altered isotopes. Altered in a way not currently done in any of our known manufacturing processes.

Dr. Gary Nolan "Ultra-Materials

"Stanford professor Dr Garry Nolan has a fascinating conversation on recovered Meta Materials of which contain isotope ratio's not naturally found here on earth. Since 2016 Dr Nolan has been in possession of and analyzing such materials some of which from physicist Jacques Vallee. Dr Garry Nolan certainly has some very interesting stories to tell on his research, so sit back and enjoy this interview produced by Jesse Michels." from video introduction

SIMS: Cameca NanoSIMS 50L

"The NanoSIMS (Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometer) creates nanoscale maps of elemental composition, combining the high mass resolution, isotopic identification, and subparts-per-million sensitivity of conventional SIMS with spatial resolution down to 50 nm and the identification of up to seven masses in parallel from the same small volume. In energy research, NanoSIMS can characterize the nanostructured materials with complex

SIMS: Cameca NanoSIMS 50L
SIMS: Cameca NanoSIMS 50L

composition that are increasingly important candidates for energy generation and storage. Stanford's NanoSIMS is one of only 22 NanoSIMS in the world and one of only a very few of the most current versions of this instrument. Only a handful of NanoSIMSs worldwide can be accessed through collaboration with the owners, as Stanford's can.

Secondary ion mass spectrometry (SIMS) is a technique used to analyze the composition of solid surfaces and thin films by sputtering the surface of the specimen with a focused primary ion beam and collecting and analyzing ejected secondary ions. These secondary ions are measured with a mass spectrometer to determine the elemental, isotopic, or molecular composition of the surface. SIMS is a very sensitive surface analysis technique, being able to detect elements present in the parts per billion range. The CAMECA NanoSIMS has a uniquely designed column (a "lens" for ions) that can focus the primary ion beam down to a 50nm spot to provide high lateral resolution analysis. The NanoSIMS also employs a multi-collection detection system to allow for detection of seven different masses simultaneously." from the website:

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