Black Tetrahedron UFOs Over the Kremlin and Pentagon
The government’s traditional response to claims of alien life and UFOs has been one of denial. But now we are past this point, for a number of reasons. As the world’s greatest military powers continue to engage with airborne vehicles that are too fast and elusive to have been created and operated by humans, we seem to have entered a new reality—one in which advanced spacecraft, not of this world, are for the first time, being acknowledged.
While UFO visitations (now referred to as UAPs — Unidentified Aerial Phenomena) are fascinating and provocative in of themselves, it’s curious why their disclosure appears to be happening, and why sightings at strategically significant locations, including the Kremlin, Pentagon, naval armadas, and nuclear facilities are now being spoken about publicly, without the ridicule previously associated with the topic.
We are also left wondering why the government’s threat narrative about alien intentions persists, while more forward thinkers suggest we’re being called to a higher state of consciousness.
Perhaps the most recent UAP sightings confirmed by the Pentagon are a cosmic wake-up call, prompting us as a global community to change our destructive practices before it’s too late. How much more can we—as a species and a beleaguered planet—continue to participate in war, poverty, inequality, environmental destruction, nuclear proliferation, and limited belief systems?
Even the most mainstream news programs are now openly discussing the UFO-UAP phenomena, including the long-running 60 Minutes program on CBS. Meanwhile, former CIA Director, R. James Woolsey acknowledged; “I’m not as skeptical as I was a few years ago, to put it mildly, but something is going on that is surprising to a series of intelligent, experienced aircraft pilots.”
UFO historians will remember the famous photographs of a fleet of unidentifiable spacecraft in the skies over the protected airspace above the White House in 1952. Decades later, in 2009, a UFO event allegedly occurred over another stretch of a major military power’s protected airspace. In December of that year, a giant, unidentified tetrahedron-shaped craft, possibly a mile wide, was recorded flying over the Kremlin.
Nine years later, yet another tetrahedron-shaped UAP was allegedly spotted in the air space above the Pentagon.
More recently, former Navy pilot, Lt. Ryan Graves confirmed to CBS News that “his F/A-18F squadron witnessed UAPs hovering over restricted airspace southeast of Virginia Beach in 2014.”
The New York Times in 2017 reported another incident where two other pilots witnessed a “Tic Tac” shaped object that mirrored their maneuvers until zipping out of sight. The same object was spotted seconds later at the pilot’s rendezvous point some 60 miles away.
So where does that lead us now that the reality of UFOs is being openly documented and substantiated?
It appears the powers that be are still reticent in being honest with the public. Rather, we seem to be receiving a narrative of pre-packaged soundbites that the persistent and ubiquitous appearances of UAPs may represent a threat to our global and national security.
Meanwhile, actual recordings of UAPs are still being suppressed and replaced by hoaxed videos so that search engines are overwhelmed with doctored or CGI footage, confusing public sentiment as to what should or should not be considered as legitimate or fake.
In the latest episode of Deep Space, “UAPs Over the Kremlin and Pentagon,” a number of high-profile experts weigh in on events that have now made UFO sightings mainstream news with the discussion of veteran fighter pilots, government agencies, and individuals who have long been seeking validation for their otherworldly experiences. Gaia’s exclusive footage provides insight into why the US government, and others, refuse to reveal the whole truth about the extraterrestrial contact and life in the universe.
Proposed Government Amendment Hints at Strange Effects from UFOs
A historic amendment could establish a United States government office to study UFOs — a major development signifying the government may be ready to treat the UFO phenomenon seriously. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand has quietly introduced an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act for 2022 that, if passed, would radically transform the US government’s treatment of UFOs.
Nick Pope, who worked for the UK’s Ministry of Defense investigating UFOs, said, “The main takeaways, obviously, are to replace the existing UAP taskforce with an Anomaly Surveillance and Resolution Office to loop in almost every part of the military and the intelligence community. And in terms of accountability, to have this independent watchdog, the Aerial and Transmedium Phenomena Advisory Committee sitting over a lot of this, selecting people from the Galileo Project, from the Scientific Coalition for Ufology, and bodies like that — it’s unprecedented.”
A significant development in this amendment is the inclusion of civilian scientific experts, specifically mentioning professor Avi Loeb’s Galileo Project. But the US government has had a bumpy history with civilian scientists.
“What it’s trying to do is blend together the government side of this with the scientific and academic community side, and I think for many, many years there has been a disconnect,” Pope said. “Government doesn’t do science very well. Here in the language of Sen. Gillibrand’s amendment, we have an attempt to fix that, to try and bring in scientists and academics, and loop in their expertise so that it can be properly leveraged.”