When he worked at the Ministry of Defense in the UK, Nick Pope was head of a project that analyzed UFO reports from 1991-94, and he published several books about the reports that led to his realization that UFOs are real. He has now resigned from the MoD,stating that defense and national security considerationsmandate that governments take the UFO situation more seriously. This weekend, subscribers can listen to his reasons in aninterview by Whitley Strieber.
The UK website This is London quotes Pope as saying that the project he once ran is now "virtually closed" down, leaving the country "wide open" to aliens. He says, "The consequences of getting this one wrong could be huge?If you reported a UFO sighting now, I am absolutely sure that you would just get back a standard letter telling you not to worry. ''Frankly we are wide open?if something does not behave like a conventional aircraft now, it will be ignored. The X-Files have been closed down."
He mentions one report of a "vast, triangular-shaped craft" that was seen flying over a military base, in which "most of the witnesses were police and military personnel. Hundreds of members of the public also had sightings over a period of several hours." In his interview with Whitley, he discusses some of the reports he studied about triangle-shaped craft. Several years ago, the National Institute of Discovery Sciences made a special study of triangular-shaped UFOs, which are often seen near air force bases, and came to the conclusion that they are secret military aircraft.
A lot of the people who recognized the face on the cover of Communion, when it was published almost 20 years ago, feel that their experiences have been ignored?by scientists and even by SOME people in the UFO community. One place this DOESN?T happen is here, at unknowncountry.com, where we take the subject seriously?although we ARE interested in fiction! Whitley was one of the first people to bring global warming to human consciousness and we will persevere in thisImportant endeavor as well?but we can only do it with YOUR help. You need us, but we need you too, so support us: subscribe today. Subscribers get to listen to Whitley interview Nick Pope this weekend!
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