About two years ago, I noted an unexpected rise in UFO sightings and open media coverage. At the time, I speculated big announcements could be on the horizon. Now we know that the Pentagon and other federal agencies will present a report to the American people by June 1, 2021. In preparation, the Pentagon has been openly admitting that the report could be concerning to the public while gradually conditioning the public to accept the idea that UFOs are real.
In the last few weeks alone, it has been revealed that the military spots UAPs on an almost daily basis. We know they are fast (about 13,000 MPH), highly maneuverable, and radar avoiding. We know they come in a variety of shapes and are able to cloak themselves. We know the government has no explanation for them. Former Direction of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe said:
“There have been sightings all over the world. And when we talk about sightings, the other thing I will tell you, it’s not just a pilot or just a satellite or some intelligence collection. Usually, we have multiple sensors that are picking up these things.”
So, what will we learn from the government’s UFO report? Here are the potential points that may be revealed in the upcoming Pentagon UFO report.
UAPs could be foreign vehicles
The government may claim the UAPs are high-tech foreign technology. Possibly Russia and/or China have developed some sort of spy craft or cloaking technology that is more advanced than any tech the USA currently possesses. Or maybe the UAPs are US assets that the government refuses to acknowledge. However, the capabilities of the UAPs appear to be far beyond anything currently in existence. In fact, no known material on earth could withstand the force produced by the reported UAPs when they instantly turn while travelling at speeds well over 10,000 MPH.
The US government will likely leave this question open. Foreign governments may remain quiet, opting to instill doubt in the minds of US citizens, or more likely, will come forward with evidence of sightings of their own.
UAPs could be written off as instrument or software malfunctions
The preponderance of military UAP sightings began around 2004 after the use of advanced radar technology, including infrared sensors, became commonplace. It is possible the US government will hint that the sightings are due to equipment malfunctions. However, several confirmed military sightings involved both satellite, radar, infrared, *and* firsthand witness reports. It would be difficult to explain how multiple sources all could fail at the same time.
UAPs are a natural phenomenon we are yet to explain
Ships that seemingly float in the air and upside-down cities in the sky. Unusual atmospheric conditions that bend light are well known and produce situations that, to the human eye, are impossible to explain. There could exist natural phenomena that bends infrared light in the same manner. Possibly the UAPs are simply airplanes, ships, or other natural objects that are distorted by a natural phenomenon we are currently unable to explain.
UAPs are not of this world
It’s commonly known that UFOs appear in waves, typically during times of world conflict. This is especially true of unusual nuclear activity. One former government official revealed:
“There seems to be a very distinct congruency between UAP activity and our nuclear technology. That’s concerning to the point where we’ve actually had some of our nuclear capabilities disabled by these things … There is absolutely evidence that UAPs have an active interest in our nuclear technology.”
Possibly UAPs are not of this world – alien transportation vehicles or autonomous craft sent to Earth to observe. We all want to see the day when the government admits that UFO/UAPs are not of this world. Given the extraordinary behavior of the objects witnessed on a near-daily basis by US military, this is certainly a possibility. However, the public reaction to such news (i.e. “We are not alone”) could be severe. In fact, some studies predict the revelation of alien lifeforms could fracture societies entirely. It would be a gutsy call by our leaders, but potentially a call that they feel US citizens are now prepared to accept.
UAPs? What UAPs?
The most likely scenario is a report that is ambiguous and open ended. It’s unlikely the US military understands what the UAPs truly are, and a near certainty that they are eager to find out. The report’s conclusion will likely be, “We don’t know what they are – but we intend to find out.”