US Space Force Hesitant to Take on UFO Study
Should the US Space Force take over the tracking and studying of UFOs? Space Force reportedly says, “no.” Why wouldn’t they want this high-profile job?
In the wake of the UAP report from Congress, which called for the US government to “standardize the reporting, consolidate the data, and deepen the analysis,” officials are reportedly calling on the recently formed Space Force to play an increased role in the tracking and study of UFOs. But in a recent report by Politico, who spoke to five unnamed officials, the Space Force command is wary of the assignment because “they want people to take them seriously.”
With such a high-profile order for a service which is not even two years old, why would they balk at such an idea?
Cheryl Costa is an investigative journalist and researcher who spent nine years in the US military, including five years as a Navy Electronic Warfare Specialist, she is the co-author of “UFO Sightings Desk Reference USA 2001-2020.”
She said, “Well as far as Space Force taking over, let’s go back to the early 2000s, ships like the Nimitz and things started experiencing these UFO sightings, had that been anything that resembled a Russian aircraft or Chinese aircraft, a dozen different intelligence groups would have been all over it. We’ve had this stigma since 1968 with the Condon Report that made it to Congress that made everybody who reports a UFO look like a kook or a crackpot.”
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UFO Alien Drone Technology
Between 2006 and 2007, dozens of people in various geographical locations around the United States all reported seeing the same type of UFO. It was about 25 feet in diameter and saucer-shaped, with tentacle-like wires extending about 30 feet into the air. The body of the object was only about two feet thick, too small to be piloted by humans. These objects were nicknamed “dragonfly drones” because of their unusual shapes, patterns of movement and because they seemed to be controlled remotely.
Those who saw the dragonfly drones reported that they would appear, then disappear from sight, only to reappear again, all in a few seconds time. Where did they come from? Could they be aliens spying on Earth? Or were they a part of the government’s secret space program? The mysteries of dragonfly drones caught the attention of Howe.
One day in 2007, Linda Moulton Howe, a long time UFO researcher and documentary filmmaker, opened her email and found she had been sent 12 photos of the objects. It inspired her to find out what they were and where they came from.
Who is Linda Moulton Howe?
Linda Moulton Howe wasn’t always a UFO researcher and filmmaker. She started her career by winning Miss Idaho in 1963 as part of the Miss America Pageant. She entered the contest in hopes of winning a college scholarship, which she did. She went on to graduate cum Laude from the University of Colorado and earned a master’s degree in communications at Stanford University. She has won numerous awards for her work in the UFO field and for her work on television documentaries. She is particularly interested in extraterrestrials and the possibility that our government is working with them to advance technology and the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Based on her work in the UFO field, it makes sense that people would send her photos of the aforementioned UFOs. In addition to the photos, the observers also provided verbal descriptions of what they had seen. The photos had all been taken at the Big Basin in the Redwoods in California.
In addition to the description of their size, the people who had seen the objects said they spun in one direction, then changed directions, still spinning.
There was no sound associated with the spinning. Observers also noted that the objects appeared in their sight, then disappeared and reappeared all in a matter of seconds.
Based on her vast experience, Howe knew the photos were authentic and she believed the reports of the witnesses. Shortly after receiving the photos, she received a phone call from a person who said he had secret information about the dragonfly drones. He wouldn’t give his real name and only used the name Isaac.
Government whistleblower Isaac told Howe that in the 1980s he had worked on a secret program in Palo Alto, California, for a government organization called the Commercial Applications Research for Extraterrestrial Technology (CARET) program. His task, alongside a large number of other computer specialists, was to work to incorporate technology learned from aliens into U.S. manufactured drones. Isaac said he had seen the photos and recognized parts he had helped develop using extraterrestrial technology on the underside of the objects.
This, of course, intrigued Howe. She opened communications with Isaac to discover what he knew and to learn as much as she could about the unusual UFO drones others had observed.
Whistleblower Isaac, CARET and Alien Technology
In that phone call to Howe, Isaac told Howe that he was an electrical engineer and computer scientist who had worked for a few years for the Department of Defense (DoD). While he was there, he was selected to work in the government sponsored CARET program, which was housed in a large building in Palo Alto, California.
According to Isaac, he and the other scientists selected for the CARET program worked in a building that, from the outside, looked like an ordinary two-story library. Just like so many other government programs that hide in plain sight, the real work was done several stories underground in the CARET building.
There were between 200 and 300 scientists working in the building. Their mission was to see if, in the Palo Alto atmosphere, the scientists could accelerate the learning of a new computer language or, at least, try and figure out a new language to use in the dragonfly drones.
Each scientist worked in his or her own cubicle with a specific assigned task. They were not allowed to share their information with each other, so Isaac didn’t know what the others did. He studied symbols that they called self-activating software. They tried for 30 days to properly duplicate the symbols, but they couldn’t. He also worked on parts for the dragonfly drones. The main objective of Isaac’s job was to work with alien technology, “figure out how it worked,” and insert it, in its modified form, back “into commercially viable products.” He was never told where the technology actually came from, and he suspects none of the other scientists working on this project were told. They were told only that it was “non-human” technology.
Isaac did know that the reason the UFOs described in the photos appeared, disappeared, and then reappeared was because they were made to be invisible. When the frequencies got jammed, the light around the drones would bend and the invisibility would momentarily flicker.
Isaac claimed he came forward when he recognized the dragonfly drones in the witness reports and photos as the same technology he worked with at the Palo Alto CARET facility. One witness who was contacted by Isaac said that Isaac reassured her she had not seen a UFO drone, but the object she had seen was made in the U.S. He also told her that if the drone had been working properly, it would have been invisible and she never would have seen it. In addition, he claimed that dogs can see these drones even when they’re invisible. Dogs may bark at something, but when we try to see whatever they are barking at, we cannot see anything.
What Do You Think about the Dragonfly Drones?
According to an article in Truthfall, there has not been a dragonfly drone sighting since 2008. What does that mean? Was the UFO dragonfly drone program successful? Are invisible drones with alien AI hovering over us right now? Does the government own or operate them, or have they fallen into private hands? If they do still exist, are they something we need to be worried about, or will they be helpful to us?