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Spiritual Warfare & The Paranormal: The Forgotten UFO Museum & Aborted Disclosures

Updated: Jun 24, 2023

ALIEN BODIES, Jimmy Carter, the Air Force, & APRO | The Richard Dolan Show

The Forgotten UFO Museum & Aborted Disclosures

"Richard Dolan interviews Allan Lavigne once more, this time for a story never heard before: what appears to be an abortive "disclosure" attempt by the Jimmy Carter White House of 1978-1979, including a mobile UFO museum that contained the best UFO evidence at the time. This may even have included genuine alien bodies. Of course, this cannot yet be confirmed, but Allan Lavigne is in a better position than nearly anyone else to discuss this. This is because the project was being done with the cooperation of APRO (the Aerial Phenomena Research Organization), which he was deeply involved with at the time. This is a fascinating discussion that offers much new information for UFO students to consider. Including the real possibility that APRO was, in a sense, the original AATIP." from video introduction

Be Skeptical, Be Open Minded

So it seems there have been attempts in the past to release UFO information. Those attempts were obviously stopped by someone other than the President.

US Presidents are considered short timers by career government/intelligence/military employees. Therefore their "need to know" is not really significant.

Disclosure implies there is something of significance to be disclosed.

The existence of Aliens and Alien spacecraft has become a "Holy Grail" for many people.

There is no doubt the the U.S government and military has lied about what they have been investigating for many years.

The question is do those involved in this cover-up know a little or a lot or are they keeping all of this (whatever that is!) from the public for a variety of reasons including the obvious problem that they have no control of what is in our airspace etc.

Disclosure has been teased.

Yet disclosure has not happened. - Andy

UFOs and US Presidents: US Presidents Talks About UFOs

"The former Presidents of the United States have been outspoken about their opinions on UFOs. President Jimmy Carter, in an interview with the Associated Press, said “I don’t laugh at people any more when they say they’ve seen UFOs.” He goes on to explain that he’s not sure what these UFO-witnesses saw but he does think it is important for scientists to study this phenomenon and figure out what it was

Former president Bill Clinton also had a strong opinion on this topic: “It may be we’re being visited by people from outer space.” He continues saying, “The idea that we are alone in all of this big universe is unacceptable.”

UFOs have been a topic of debate and speculation for many years, with people offering various explanations for what they could be. However, recent comments from several presidents could suggest that the government is finally ready to disclose information about extraterrestrial life.

Presidents Clinton, Carter, and Reagan have all made comments about UFOs, which has led some people to believe that the government is preparing to release information about aliens.

While there is no definitive proof that this is the case, it’s an interesting development that has many people wondering what might be coming next... " from the article: UFOs and US Presidents: US Presidents Talks About UFOs

Article includes several video interviews with US Presidents

"The Aerial Phenomena Research Organization was an American organization dedicated to "conduct[ing] investigations and research into the phenomenon of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) and to find[ing] a scientifically acceptable solution to this phenomenon", founded by Jim and Coral Lorenzen in 1952. During their most active period, they published a regular newsletter, the "A.P.R.O. Bulletin" (1955-73), and maintained a membership roll of over a thousand regular members. Through the seventies and eighties the group began to shed membership - including Walt Andrus, an APRO regional director, who left in 1969 to found the Midwest UFO Network (later the Mutual UFO Network). APRO was eventually disbanded following the deaths of the Lorenzens in the late 1980s.


  • APRO Bulletins Collection ( — "a nearly complete collection of the APRO Bulletins for research use"

from the website:

Active American UFO Investigation Organizations:

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