A Pentagon UFO study led by a brillant researcher who believes in the supernatural has sparked controversy in the military. The program has a controversial history, but it has also spurred controversy within the government. In the 1970s, the CIA and DIA conducted secret programs to explore human psychic abilities, including remote viewing. However, the government still refuses to discuss this controversial topic.
A new office in the Pentagon dedicated to UFO research has its roots in the paranormal. Its coordinator, physicist Edward U. Condon, is a brilliant researcher who believes in the supernatural. His report, titled “Unidentified Aerial Projection,” has some details leaked. While Washington won’t confirm the existence of “little green men,” it is still a major step toward understanding this phenomenon.
After all, the US government released a report last year that failed to explain 143 of 144 objects it had observed. Despite these findings, Travis Taylor, a former astrophysicist with the Department of Defense, has been repeatedly claiming to have witnessed a UFO and to be monitored by supernatural beings.
Mellon began a campaign to convince Congress to act on the UFO issue. However, he made sure not to mention the earlier research, To the Stars founders, or the paranormal aspects of the UFO story. The New York Times’ coverage, however, helped legitimize the UFO issue. After all, many people had mistaken the Navy videos as an admission that UFOs exist.
After the release of the video, the Pentagon denied that the footage was fake. This denial has prompted a public debate over the credibility of the UFO report. The Pentagon declined to comment on the incident. Several people have called for a full investigation into the UFO case, but the government has been slow to respond.
While the DIA and Pentagon have separate UFO programs, the DIA and Pentagon work together through a partnership. While the latter program focused on the medical effects of UFO encounters, the Pentagon’s UFO program is intended to focus on replicating the UFO capabilities.
A former Pentagon official said that the U.A.P. issue is now taking a very serious turn. A former Pentagon official said a senator and Senate Armed Services Committee member had inserted language in the 2019 National Defense Authorization Act addressing the U.A.P. phenomenon.