Retired Col. John Alexander, using his military savvy and high security clearance, spent a quarter of a century going through the top levels of the U.S. government and military searching for the group of people who were allegedly responsible for UFO information and the supposedly decades-old UFO cover-up.
And after all that time researching, and Alexander came up with a shocking conclusion:
UFOs are real, but there are no rogue international groups or governments working on covering up the phenomena.
He also felt that disclosure of the UFO phenomena had or had taken place at a few different official levels.
According to Alexander, disclosure about the existence of alien life the origins of UFOs people keep seeing over the are occurred in 1950 with the remark made by then-President Harry S. Truman:
"I can assure you the flying saucers, given that they exist, are not constructed by any power on Earth."
“disclosure has happened,” said Col. Alexander it interview with aol news while promoting his new book, UFOs: myths, conspiracies and realities.
"It starts with former presidents Truman, Carter, Reagan and [the Soviet Union's] Gorbachev. I've got stacks of generals, including Soviet generals, who've come out and said UFOs are real. My point is, how many times do senior officials need to come forward and say this is real? At one time, before a lot of this information was released, I could see both the classified and the unclassified material. And I will tell you that 98 percent of the information was already in the public domain. The only things that weren't there was stuff like sources and method, which is protected, but the information about the incident was already out there."
"UFOs are real! With no prevarication or qualification of terms, there are physical objects of unknown origin that do transit our universe. The evidence that supports those statements is simply overwhelming."
That's the way to Alexander begins his book UFO. But then, when so many trying to fill 200+ pages of conjecture, Alexander gets caught up in the minutia of allegedly credible eyewitnesses and disputed sensor data.
To be honest, the only real difference between the research of Col. Alexander and that of the crack staff at The Weekly Constitutional pretty much boils down to the fact that the phrase retired Coronal was 1000 times better in a bio and carries a time more credibility than the phrase “tinfoil hat wearing stoner”.
But it seems like Alexander is cognizant of that…
"The problem is, when you discuss UFOs, we are talking everything from little balls of light to hard craft a mile or more across, and everything in between. So what is it?"
He goes on:
"I argue that, not only are we not solving the problems yet, we're not even asking the right questions, because we approach this wrong. I suspect that consciousness is a piece of the puzzle. We talk about UFOs, saying it's a technology that's 1,000 years in advance, but it really isn't. If you follow the history of these things, usually it is somewhat in advance, but not beyond our comprehension by any stretch of the imagination. The conundrum you get into is, yes, they are seen by sensors; however, at other times, they are not seen by sensors that should've seen them, and that's one I can't answer."
Alexander attempted find those answers of putting together a “behind the scenes government UFO study group” named “Advanced Theoretical Physics” in the early 80s. The group consisted of various members of the military, scientific, and intelligence communities.
Using Alexander stoppable clearance, the group came to a few shocking conclusions-primarily that the government is not involved in any UFO cover-ups.
Some of the other conclusions that Alexander and his ATP colleagues discovered were:
- There was sufficient evidence supported by high-quality data to know that some UFO cases were real anomalies -- not just poor observation or misidentification.
- There were cases involving military weapon systems that posed a significant threat and should be investigated.
- Multisensory data supported observations of physical craft that performed intelligent maneuvers that were far beyond any known human capability.
- There were cases that involved trace physical evidence.
- Study of the UFO data could provide a potential for a leap in technology.
Trust me... it's there...
Before you people in the UFO-logy crowd erect a golden statue of Col. Alexander, he does aim the gun of truth a beloved theory of the UFO community: Roswell!
"It was a real incident, no doubt about it. The Air Force played it abysmally, but I think there is a prosaic answer, and that was Project Mogul," Alexander explained. "It wasn't a weather balloon -- it was something really quite different. This was designed to listen to the Soviet Union. So when they say it was stretched out across the field, yup, exactly the way it was done. It was super secret and it didn't involve UFOs."
But that's not to say that all UFO evidence can be so easily explained:
"The point is there is something out there that is sentient. When I say precognitive, it knows -- whatever it is -- not only what it is going to present, but how we are going to respond to it. The public is interested but ambivalent in general. The public believes in UFOs, but it doesn't affect their daily lives," Alexander explained to AOL News. "In the military, you learn very quickly it is not career-enhancing to bring up anomalies that you don't have good answers for. There's a euphemism in the military: If you bring me a problem, bring me a solution."
Something the UFO phenomenon is not too conducive to getting done in any sort of timely manner...