Do you believe in the UFO phenomenon?

Some reason to believe in aliens

Humanity has always asked itself questions since its inception, since the dawn of civilization it has wondered why we exist? Where do we come from? Why was life created on this planet?

Last but not least, are we alone in the universe?

Already these few questions arouse strong emotions. Science has formulated hypotheses and evolutionary theory has tried to give answers, but many of these solutions have often been refuted and have not led to a single point of view.

When we ask ourselves, for example, if there is life on other planets, where are we? There are two currents of thought, one is that of the convinced skeptics who do not believe in anything even the proven evidence, then there is the current of those who are firmly convinced of the widespread life in the universe, within this vein there are those extremely sure that extraterrestrial civilizations have visited us for thousands and thousands of years and still do.

Well I am one of them. I am an ufologist of the Italian National Ufologic Center (CUN) who for almost 30 years has been dealing with and investigating the UFO phenomenon and its implications from all points of view, not least that related to safety. Let’s face it, being contacted by an extraterrestrial civilization would expose humanity to great risks of annihilation. It is not excluded that what happened when the Hispanic colonialism of the Conquistadores invaded Latin America could happen.

When a highly evolved city comes into contact with a much less evolved one, two events happen: either the first incorporates it and therefore absorbs it, or it sweeps it away.

Nobel laureate Martin Ryle is of the same opinion, but also the daughter of Dr. Drake expressed himself in the same way, the scientist Stephen Hawking the same and recently the well-known theoretical physicist Michio Kaku, in a few simple words a contact with beings of which we don’t know anything officially we might not like it. Let’s go back to the proven evidence I mentioned earlier that does not convince skeptics.

What do governments have in hand to testify that flying objects fly over the skies of every single state?

In recent years, dear suspicious ones, the Pentagon and specifically the United States Navy, have collected thousands of files, documents, detections and radar tracks of military personnel including private documentation of fighter pilots who have even photographed aerial phenomena with their personal mobile phones not identified at an exact moment. We are talking about highly trained and ground and flight trained soldiers, let’s say not really the neighbor, or the amateur ufologist.

The TTSA (To the Star Academy of Arts & Science) is a private body that in the recent past has worked hard in the search for evidence aimed at supporting the presence of unconventional vehicles of an exogenous nature, headed by the former leader of the Blink 182 Tom Delonge, and the following members, such as Christopher Mellon ex Deputy Secretary of Defense for Intelligence, Luis Elizondo ex executive of the secret program Aatip (Advance Aerospace Threat identification Program) “forced” the Pentagon to release three videos classified to long that in a short time became viral on the web, called Go-Fast, Gimbal and Flir, which portrayed unknown flying objects renamed Uap (Unidentified Aerial Phenomena) by means of theuse of highly advanced infrared cameras aboard United States Navy F18 fighter jets.

The skeptics, despite the images, have refuted the veracity of the objects taken, first citing reflections, defects in the detection sensors and so on and so forth.

The point is another:

Certainly the lack of identification of unknown vehicles has certainly been admitted by several sources in the Department of Defense, but how to justify the movements made in flight by these mysterious objects that violate the laws of physics?

As it is explained that some of these have gone from altitudes like 27 km, to a few tens of meters in less than a second. In fact, the occupants would have been subjected to accelerations of hundreds of G, a human being can resist with an anti-G suit at about 9 G, do you know what would happen to a human organism subjected to 200G?

When subjected to an unusual acceleration of gravity, blood rushes from head to toe. Because the heart cannot pump enough blood to the brain, prolonged exposure to a 5G acceleration soon leads to loss of consciousness.

Oxygen is carried by the blood: values ​​above 5G can quickly lead to death due to lack of oxygenation in the brain.

If it is overcome? I quote the real case of John Stapp, a pilot of the US Air Force, who underwent an acceleration of 35G. The consequences were devastating: broken bones and skipped fillings. John Stapp, despite everything, survived.

Air vehicles, on the other hand, can reach about 20G, once this threshold is exceeded, the aircraft would totally lose its structural integrity.

These Uap also defined trans-medium are able to pass from a medium such as water to a medium such as air while maintaining the same performance.

A few years ago I read a confidential document in which a former Soviet Union admiral on a mission aboard his submarine in the Bermuda Triangle area encounters an unknown object in depth that was moving at more than 400km / h!

The most disconcerting thing about this subject is the awkward silence of science. The lively interest in this phenomenon, which I would define as timeless, is due to big names, entrepreneurs, journalists, directors, researchers, ufologists, and the military who have been active in a work of dissemination. I mention in addition to those already mentioned also Robert Bigelow George Knapp Jeremy Corbell, Steven Greer, James Fox, Dave Beaty, David Frevor and many others.

They are all helping to inform the entire human race that we are not alone.

As Heraclitus said: “You will not find the truth if you are not willing to accept even what you do not expect.”

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Thank you all. Cesare Valocchia

Cesare Valocchia

Cesare Valocchia was born in Rome in 1970. He is a telecommunications specialist with dedicated fibre optics and data transfer curses. He cultivates two main passions: volunteering in 118 ambulances and ufology. Instructor of cardio-pulmonary resuscitation maneuvers for adults and children, he collected his experiences as a volunteer on the means of the 118 national health emergency service in Rome in an ebook entitled “Non dirmi grazie” “Don’t tell me thank you” His motto is: Helping those who suffer is the best payment. He has devoted himself to ufology since the early 1990s, and has been running the website since 2011. He conducted the first analysis on the “dancing” Sun of Medjugorje, which linked the UFO phenomenon to the Marian phenomenon. In May 2017, the article was published in the official journal of the National UFO Center. Further analysis of the sighting of unknown flying objects during the “Sun dance” around the world can be found on his website. He has been a member of the National Ufologic Center since 2019.

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