On January 20, this website published a story to the effect that the U.S. Navy had admitted that there is more video and information concerning the “Tic-Tac” objects that were videotaped by planes from the Nimitz Carrier Strike Group off the coast of California in 2004. The Navy took the unusual position that revelation of this information would cause “exceptionally grave damage to the national security of the United States.”
Such a statement means that the release wouldn’t just reveal the functional capabilities of systems that it is helpful to the United States to keep secret, but that it would cause fundamental damage to our national security—that is, that it would potentially endanger the country so seriously that the security of all Americans would be compromised, in the same way that, say, the release of information about how to build an atomic bomb endangered the country when it was leaked to the USSR back in the 1940s.
I cannot offer an opinion about whether or not such a strong statement was intended to communicate so grave a danger, or if it was an overstatement or even a false statement.
I will explore here the reasons such a statement might be made when it comes to something in the “UAP space,” which was until very recently assumed to be the territory of conspiracy theorists, UFO hobbyists and alien abduction believers–in other words, people regarded by the broad society as having no credibility and certainly in possession of no secrets of any consequence.
For the past two years, though, we find ourselves dealing with what amounts to an entirely new paradigm. Not only has the US government admitted that there are objects with unknown characteristics flying around in our skies, it has further provided video of such objects made with state-of-the-art cameras controlled by highly trained professionals.
So what about this reality has caused the government, over the past 70 years, to engage in what amounts to an effort at social control by denying the reality even while they were carefully studying it—and then, once its validity is admitted—to claim that further exposure of information in its possession would post an extraordinary danger to the country?
I will concentrate here on what the US Navy has exposed, what it appears to know and what it may be keeping hidden.
I would like first to address the question of why the Navy, in particular, would be so heavily involved in research into aerial phenomena, which would seem to be the province of the Air Force.
If the Navy has not exhibited hostile action toward alien visitors and the Air Force has done so, this might be a reason that it has gained more knowledge from its encounters with them. Of course, as I possess only hints of how the hidden world that studies these phenomena seriously operates, that’s only speculation.
It is, however, true that the Navy files far more secret patents than any other service. As of fiscal year 2019, according to the US Patent Office, the Navy had filed 55 secrecy orders on patents, as compared to the Army’s 21 Air Force’s 10. Collectively the NSa, NASA, DARPA and other agencies filed just two. There were 48 “John Does,” which are privately filed patents which were classified for one reason or another.
Back in the 1990s when I was providing implants and other unusual materials to Dr. William Mallow at Southwest Research, I met some people from a Navy lab that was studying such materials. We had a very pleasant dinner together with Dr. Mallow and Anne. At this dinner, the materials I possessed were discussed, including the bismuth magnesium compound that resurfaced in the news recently when Linda Moulton Howe sold the portion in her possession to the To the Stars Academy.
So I know that the Navy has been taking an interest in such materials for a long time, and I have reason to believe that they are in possession of much more extensive and various supplies than the fragment Linda had. How they came to be in the hands of the Navy, I am not sure, but it is possible that some of them were willfully give by nonhuman entities, not just deposited in sited where they might be chanced upon, as was true at the Roswell crash site and the Donation Site elsewhere in New Mexico.
But what would cause that extraordinary statement that “exceptionally grave damage” would be done to America’s national security if information now known by their own response to the FOIA request by researcher Christian Lambright to be in possession of the Navy was revealed?
I know that there is a race on between China, the United States and Russia to create anti-gravity technology, and I would think that all three countries must possess video of devices that use gravitic propulsion in their possession, and probably materials used in those devices as well.
It is likely that the country that achieves the relevant breakthrough first will have at least as much of an advantage over the others as the US did over the USSR when it was the sole possessor of the secret of the atomic bomb. I suggest this because the technology might enable not simply a new type of movement, but in the process a penetration into the larger reality that surrounds this one. In short, it might enable us to do what we so often observe the visitors doing, which is appearing and disappearing at will.
If this doesn’t just involve some sort of control over gravity, but opens an actual door into another reality, it might be incredibly dangerous. A machine that could do that would almost certainly be the most dangerous thing on Earth.
It would also be the most valuable possible military too and–potentially–weapon.
We live behind a barrier that prevents us from managing much more than glimpses into the larger reality that surrounds us. It seems to be less physically dense and to function differently than ours does. My life’s work has been about energizing us in such a way that we can cross the barrier more reliably and thus increase the reach of human consciousness and the human mind.
What might have started out as, and still be, an attempt to weaponize something that is as much a spiritual quest as a physical ability, might have run into some very unexpected obstacles, among them that there is something there that might react to an intrusion from our level.
I can see many reasons that such an endeavor would need to be hidden behind the claim that revealing it would indeed pose an “extremely grave danger to the national security.”
Of course, it could be simpler: a matter of revealing that they are indeed grappling with an unknown intrusion that no military power on Earth can control, and which takes an often unwelcome interest in us, and that they have been lying about this now for more than seventy years.