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re: NY Times: The Pentagon’s U.F.O. Program - aerospace / esoteric / quantum mechanics
https://medium.com/@luis_elizondo/enter-the-quantum-world-what-the-mechanics-of-subatomic-particles-mean-for-the-study-of-uap-our-85b66e00367b

Below is from this guy:

Our world is about to get a lot stranger
Godspeed to all...

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Luis Elizondo Director of Special Programs at To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science, FMR AATIP Director for USG Department of Defense. www.ToTheStarsAcademy.com


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Enter The Quantum World: What The Mechanics Of Subatomic Particles Mean For The Study Of UAP, Our Universe, And Beyond
Go to the profile of Luis Elizondo
Luis Elizondo Mar 5


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A famous example of secretive programs was once run by a colleague of mine, Dr. Harold Puthoff. The Stargate Program was a secret intelligence collection effort straight out of science fiction books. Established by the Central Intelligence Agency under a different name, and later adopted by the Defense Intelligence Agency, the purpose of Stargate was to train intelligence collectors in advanced human cognitive capabilities and use them to collect information. Better known as the psychic spies, these elite individuals utilized the not very well-understood phenomena of precognition and “remote viewing” to conduct espionage against our adversaries.

Many in the scientific community were initially dismissive of the idea but were later mesmerized by the fidelity and accuracy of the data collected. Was the U.S. Government really tapping into things like witchcraft as some had proposed, or was there a more scientific explanation?

Perhaps one of the more controversial programs in U.S. history, it certainly wasn’t the first or the last to explore the weird world of quantum physics for the purposes of intelligence and information gathering.


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Some of the most “out there” research happening in the government right now is in the world of quantum physics.

Quantum mechanics is a physics theory that studies the behavior of matter and energy at the atomic and subatomic level?—?and now, it’s helping to shed light on some of the most mysterious areas of science. Areas including teleportation, quantum entanglement, and zero-point energy are providing new insights into the very fabric of our reality and space-time. Ideas popularized by sci-fi shows like StarTrek are proving more real than you might think.


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But AATIP had an advantage its predecessors didn’t?—?a better understanding of the quantum world. Only recently have we made advancements enough in our understanding of science that for the first time, many of the perplexing behaviors of UAP?—?such as instantaneous acceleration, hypersonic velocities, low observability, trans-medium travel, and even anti-gravity?—?can now be explained by quantum physics and not voodoo science.

No longer is the quantum world a scientific field of theory, it is now a practical field of reality. It may explain the very behavior of the universe and everything in it.
It might even help demystify the conundrum of “faster than light travel,” or frankly speaking, the ability to bend space-time in a way where you can go across great distances in an instant and still not break any laws of physics.




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Quantum physics helps us explain the behavior of UAP.

All the reports of UAP have something in common: the weird and erratic way the unfamiliar crafts move through the sky. The first report of a “flying saucer” dates back to 1947 when a pilot saw nine objects resembling boomerangs in the sky, each moving “like a saucer if you skip it across the water.” In 2003, a New Zealand eyewitness described seeing a “disc-shaped silver UFO with erratic vertical and horizontal movements.” Thousands of reports by military and civilians from around the world have continued to report similar characteristics. Then, in December 2017, the Department of Defense released its first “official footage” of UFO encounters with the military. In the videos, the trained military pilots?—?who know exactly what both foreign and domestic aircraft look like when flying?—?are completely stumped by what they’re witnessing. The craft dart to one side, then zip across the screen to another point, seemingly defying the laws of science. How are they able to maneuver this way? UAP don’t seem to be bound by the same limitations and interpretations we have of space-time. They’re here one moment, gone the next. We can safely assume that whatever technology is being used, it’s likely far superior to ours.


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It’s time for a paradigm change.

AATIP succeeded where others failed simply because our understanding of the physics finally caught up to our observations.

Now, equipped with more information than ever before, we’re on the precipice of some serious revelations and discoveries about our place in the universe
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re: NY Times: The Pentagon’s U.F.O. Program - aerospace / esoteric / quantum mechanics
https://www.thefader.com/2019/03/12/tom-delonge-ufo-documentary-miniseries-history-channel-unidentified?utm_source=tftw

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Tom DeLonge is producing a UFO documentary miniseries for the History Channel

Unidentified: Inside America’s UFO Investigation arrives in May.
By JORDAN DARVILLE
March 12, 2019




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Blink-182 founder Tom DeLonge is credited as an executive producer behind an upcoming limited docuseries for the History Channel called Unidentified: Inside America’s UFO Investigation. A press release promises "new evidence on UFOs lead by the former special agent in-charge and director of the government's top-secret program." According to the trailer, see below, the show will debut in May 2019.


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The six-part program centers around Luis Elizondo, a former military intelligence official who covered The New York Times in December for his revelations about a secret government UFO investigation program called Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP).

DeLonge, who is the co-founder of the paranormal science and culture organization To The Stars Academy, issued a statement: “With this show, the real conversation can finally begin. I’m thankful to HISTORY for giving the To The Stars Academy team of world-class scientists, engineers and intelligence experts the opportunity to tell the story in a comprehensive and compelling way. I think everyone that watches the show will walk away with questions answered and a feeling of, 'Wow, I get it now.'"


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re: NY Times: The Pentagon’s U.F.O. Program - aerospace / esoteric / quantum mechanics
https://www.vice.com/amp/en_ca/article/a3b4qb/how-the-increasing-belief-in-extraterrestrials-inspires-our-real-world-v26n1

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THE TRUTH AND LIES ISSUE |
By D.W. Pasulka; illustrated by Johanna Burai | Mar 15 2019, 6:02pm

How the Increasing Belief in Extraterrestrials Inspires Our Real World

According to research by psychologists, belief in nonhuman intelligence is increasing in unprecedented ways, and many contemporary technopreneurs are being inspired in their work by it.


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I first met Thomas* through a mutual friend. By most societal standards, Thomas would be considered “normal”—he’s a successful biotechnologist with a partner and kid, he enjoys long walks on the weekend and eating out. In his work, he helps create technologies that help people recover from illnesses, such as cancer. But the inspiration for some of Thomas’s most successful technologies—such as implant devices that are etched with a laser and coded so that human tissue recognizes them as itself, and not a foreign agent, or the use of an ancient stem cell that appears to help alleviate pain associated with cancer—is not something he openly shares. Why? Because, he explained to me, the implants were inspired by “nonhuman intelligence.” In other words, it wasn’t his own brilliant idea, nor was it another human’s. He believes that it came from a supernatural source, perhaps extraterrestrial.

His research protocol was, to be blunt, not transparent. He never told any of the scientists he recruited to his team where he acquired the idea for the new technology, because, according to Thomas, “First, they would have thought I was really weird, and second—and most importantly—it would have prevented them from being successful in implementing the necessary steps to create the technology. It would have been so far removed from their own belief systems that it would have been impossible for them to implement my vision. So, I keep that part secret.”


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Perhaps the first technopreneur who has long been “out” concerning his belief in UFOs is Jacques Vallée, who worked on ARPANET (the proto-internet), a program funded by the military. In fact, he was working on this new technology while experimenting with telepathic phenomena, what some would call “woo-woo” science. Vallée was so well known for his study of UFOs that Steven Spielberg asked him to consult on the set of Close Encounters of the Third Kind (the French scientist played by François Truffaut in the movie is based on Vallée). He was one of the first vocal technologists to advocate for the study of UFOs, and he paved the way for a slew of other Silicon Valley scientists and biotechnologists who believe that the secret to their success is alien technology—in other words, artifacts found at alleged alien spacecraft crash sites or information provided to them through mental downloads.


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The gaming expert, technologist, and investor Rizwan Virk confirms this new direction in the belief and practices associated with UFOs. In an article on the website Hacker Noon, he wrote, “I can say that I have personally spoken to researchers from top universities (Stanford, MIT, Harvard) who have seen the “artifacts” that the article references, and other similar ones that are even more secretive (and perhaps more functional).” In my own research, I have also met scientists who believe in these artifacts; I’ve even accompanied several of them on an expedition to an alleged alien crash site in New Mexico, which, I was told, was “not Roswell.” But I couldn’t tell you where, exactly, we were, as I was blindfolded so I wouldn’t be able to identify the location.


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New work has suggested that human beings might be the “new technology” that will eventually populate other planets, galaxies, or universes. A recent presentation at the Harvard Medical School’s Consortium for Space Genetics argued that the people who would be best equipped to explore space would be those whose brains were attuned to nontraditional forms of knowledge, who have the ability to know things beyond normal means, somewhat like a sixth sense. These brains were referred to in the conference as “hyper.” The professor giving the presentation was Garry Nolan from Stanford University, a molecular biologist with a specialty in genetics. He explained that space exploration is fraught with danger: Radiation, the slowness of propulsion rocket technologies, and other factors are deterrents, thus NASA sends rovers and other exploratory technologies. Nolan argues that people who are best equipped to make correct, split-second judgments should be the ones chosen to investigate extraterrestrial destinations.


TPA crackpot theory to consider

Human may be biological specimens designed for:

Military use (why we are collectively very militaristic in nature)

Organ /tissue harvesting / scientific/psychological testing (hence we are quarantined on this rock similar to Prometheus where they did these things off of their home planet)

Biological avatars for them to have experiences on our planet

The Godhead who created the universe and life as a whole is different from the gods who made us...


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re: NY Times: The Pentagon’s U.F.O. Program - aerospace / esoteric / quantum mechanics
I enjoy reading your research effort.


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re: NY Times: The Pentagon’s U.F.O. Program - aerospace / esoteric / quantum mechanics
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artifacts


https://silvarecord.com/2019/03/17/government-briefed-on-metamaterials-ufo-program-alive-well-elizondo/

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Government Briefed on Metamaterials; UFO Program “Alive & Well” – Elizondo
MARCH 17, 2019


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Lue Elizondo spoke at the Scientific Coalition for Ufology’s Anomalous Aerospace Phenomena Conference on 3-15-19. Various attendees of the conference took photographs and recordings of the speech and shared them online.

Deep Prasad shared this photo and also claims (this is unverified) that Metamaterial results and analysis will be covered in the upcoming TTSA documentary TV show on The History Channel.










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What makes this material so special? Now, in some cases, this material… was told it’s special. Through analysis…guess what? Not so special. Some of it is absolutely special. I won’t point out which ones on that slide but there are some that are absolutely special and have been briefed to some very, very senior levels of this government, and they do remarkable and extraordinary things and they’re built in such a way that to this day we still can’t replicate them…to this day. So, that should be very telling. Material science is a critical piece of this. You can’t just sit there and say, ‘Ah ha! I told you so.’ That’s not what this is about. This is not…this effort is not about satisfying the natural curiosity of people who want to know right now and I sad before, there’s a difference in giving information right and giving it right now.”


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Notice the Vatican listed above...

https://www.catholicleague.org/vatican-hiding-aliens/

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IS THE VATICAN HIDING ALIENS?


https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/the-vatican-on-space-the-discovery-of-intelligent-life-wouldnt-mean-theres-an-alien-jesus-somewhere-10433527.html

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The Vatican on space: The discovery of intelligent life wouldn't mean there's an alien Jesus somewhere in the universe
The Vatican has its own astronomy programme
Abby Ohlheiser Sunday 2 August 2015 16:30 29 comments


https://wikileaks.org/podesta-emails/emailid/1802

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Dear John,

Because the War in Space race is heating up, I felt you should be aware of several factors as you and I schedule our Skype talk. Remember, our nonviolent ETI from the contiguous universe are helping us bring zero point energy to Earth. They will not tolerate any forms of military violence on Earth or in space. The following information in italics was shared with me by my colleague Carol Rosin, who worked closely for several years with Wernher von Braun before his death. Carol and I have worked on the Treaty on the Prevention of the Placement of Weapons in Outer Space, attached for your convenience.


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We're arguably closer than ever to war in space. Most satellites orbiting Earth belong to the U.S., China and Russia. And recent tests of anti-satellite weapons don't exactly ease the scare factor. It sounds like science fiction, but the potential for real-life star wars is real enough. It's just not new. Fears of battles in space go back to the Cold War and several initiatives, like President Reagan's "Star Wars" missile-defense system. Deputy Defense Secretary Robert Work spoke to Congress in June about the threat. He said during a speech the technology the U.S. developed during the Cold War allows it "to project more power, more precisely, more swiftly, at less cost." Take a moment to think about everything satellites do. GPS, surveillance and communications all depend on them. And the Scientific American notes you can disable satellites without missiles. Simply spray-painting lenses or breaking antennas is enough. President Obama requested $5 billion for space defense in the 2016 fiscal budget. And a former Air Force officer told the Scientific American most of the United States' capabilities in space have been declassified to send a clear message: There are no rules for war in space.

Best regards,
Edgar Edgar D. Mitchell, ScD Apollo 14 astronaut
6th man to walk on the Moon
Zero Point Energy Consultant


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