We live in a year where just about anything seems possible, with all that has happened so far, this latest revelation from a former Pentagon astrophysicist probably won’t shock many in the slightest.
Eric W Davis, who’s been subcontracted to and consulted for the Pentagon since 2007, told the New York Times last week investigations into some of the materials gathered led him to conclude “we couldn’t make it ourselves”.
Davis gave a briefing to the Defence Department in March about vehicles “not made on this Earth”, the Times reports, following up classified briefings last year on similar unexplained material. 
While the conclusions are slightly ridiculous in the fact that once again the US are under some kind of illusion that they are the pioneers of technology and therefore if they couldn’t build them, no one else could, there is significance in this news.
Once again we are seeing a further push into the publics mindset about the concept of UFO’s.
Up until fairly recently the topic of UFO’s has been somewhat shrouded in mystery, knowledge of their existence denied.
But now, well, it seems Government departments, particularly in the US are happy to push UFO related revelations on a daily basis.
Next week The Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon Task Force has been told to make “at least some of its findings” public.
We will see what this information holds, will it be a non-story or will something of interest be revealed to the World.
Most likely it’ll be relatively boring, but clearly there has been a decision to prime the public into acceptance of life and technologies that are ‘not from this earth’
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