Alleged Tic Tac UFO Recorded Above Space Force Base
A Tic Tac-shaped UFO was spotted hovering above the U.S. Space Force base in Colorado. UFOs have allegedly interfered with nuclear weapons sites before, but what is their interest in Space Force?
An alleged UFO caught on camera by local UFO spotter Jason Suraci, and posted on social media, appears similar to the Navy’s Tic Tac video from 2004, and according to Saraci, the UFO shapeshifted into another figure altogether. All of this is happening in the highly populated area of Aurora, Colorado, just east of Denver around Buckley Space Force Base. UFO activity around government facilities is nothing new. They have shown an interest in, or concern with, nuclear weapons and testing grounds. In 1967, Bob Salas, then a US Air Force Weapons Launch Officer at Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana, said UFOs were spotted in the area followed by something alarming.
“I was on alert duty at the time, March 24, 1967. There were two of us in the capsule and I got one call, first that they were seeing strange lights in the sky, and they weren’t behaving like aircraft.” Salas said. “I kind of dismissed that, didn’t take it too seriously, but the second call was very serious because the main security guard upstairs was then screaming into the phone, he was very frightened obviously, he was looking at a glowing, red-orange object hovering above the front gate, and right after that call all ten of our missiles shut down. So the object was above us when that happened. This was not supposed to happen, our systems are very reliable, they are not interconnected in a way where if one missile goes down, they all go down. They’re all independent and they all went down for the same reason that was guidance and control system failure.”
It wasn’t until 1996 when Salas started speaking publicly about what happened and learned there were more people who had the same experience internationally.
“As a result of my coming forward, I can say that other people have also come forward and come to me with their stories and I was able to validate some, others not. Those that I was able to validate, are in my latest book “Unidentified: The UFO Phenomenon,” including incidents at NATO bases overseas,” Salas said.
Turning back to the recent sightings around the Space Force base in Colorado, what can we make of this?
“From what I saw real quick, it looks authentic. As far as the shapeshifting goes, I’ve seen that many times in UFO videos where the object seems to change shape. So obviously, Space Force would be tasked, if they believe these things are a potential threat to our military systems or defense systems, then they’re going to try to protect against that threat. It’s kind of amusing to me that a UFO would hover over their facility and say ‘well, we’re listening to you, we’re here,'” Salas said.
Today, October 19, 2021, at the National Press Club in Washington D.C., Bob Salas and a panel of former U.S. Air Force officers are holding a news conference to discuss their experiences with UFOs and nuclear sites.
What do you hope to gain?
“What I look forward to is the public demands for open hearings. It’s going to take a lot of pressure, I think, from the public to get Congress to have open hearings. By that I mean bringing in other witnesses or other documents from open sources, public sources, and also bring in witnesses from various agencies—intelligence agencies, military agencies—who have monitored and tracked this subject for decades. We can’t just have a secret group within government deciding what to do about this very profound reality that indeed we are being visited by extraterrestrial civilizations,” Salas said.
As someone who has studied the UFO and ET phenomenon for more than 50 years, what do you hope for the future?
I think we’re in a new era now, with respect to UFOs. I don’t think there’s any going back now with just ignoring the UFO issue,” Salas said. “But I see a bright future in moving closer and closer toward disclosure, government disclosure of what they know. Our UFO community has to keep at it, and keep pressing our government for open hearings, and that will open things up.”
Avi Loeb's Galileo Project to Use Satellites to Scan Earth for UFOs
The search for UFOs usually has us looking out into the depths of space, but what if we flipped it around and looked towards the Earth from space? Can we find UFOs from above?
An attempt to search for UFOs by pointing satellites at Earth; that’s the idea in Harvard professor Avi Loeb’s latest article for The Hill.
Loeb, also the author of “extraterrestrial: The First Sign of Intelligent Life Beyond Earth,” and founder of the Galileo Project, explains,
“We are planning to use satellite data and potentially look at unidentified objects from above. Of course, the advantage of that is we can cover the entire Earth, if we put telescopes on the ground, we need to put a lot of them to cover the same area. The goal is to establish the reality of objects, first of all, from both directions; from above using satellite data, and from below using telescope systems, and one would guide the other. So, if we see regions of activity we can put our telescope systems there. If our telescope systems see something of interest, we can monitor what that thing does from satellite data. So, I think it’s an extremely powerful method of verifying and guiding the inquiry to the nature of unidentified aerial phenomena.
Founded in the summer of 2021, the goal of the Galileo Project is to bring the search for extraterrestrial technological signatures into the mainstream. What is the next step when we find something?
“The Galileo Project has two branches: one is to figure out the nature of any object near Earth. We plan to pursue that by using ground-based telescopes that we build, but also satellite data from Planet Labs, for example.