Aliens in the skies; the scientific rebuttal to the Condon Committee report 1969
I’m finally back to working on making toys again! I’m so glad! This super cute little ufo has a music box inside that plays the x-files theme. As well as being the first toy I’ve made in a while, it’s also the first thing I’ve made for myself in a while which was nice.
Trying once more with the Flipbook mode of Sketchbook. I think I’m getting a bit better at it.
Ep-50 – Tim McMillan on AATIP/AAWSAP, UFOs and BAASS | The Black Vault Radio w/ John Greenewald, Jr.
Published on Feb 18, 2020
This is the audio version of the online stream. If given the option, I always recommend watching the online stream to WATCH us both: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T1XfZ…
For more than two years… mystery, intrigue and confusion has surrounded the Pentagon’s Secret UFO Study known as AATIP.
First, the Pentagon says it did study UFOs! That was before they told The Black Vault, no, actually they did not and that was wrong.
Luis Elizondo claims to have headed that very program, and he told The Black Vault that YES, they did tackle the UFO topic and he stands by that. The Pentagon previously denied his involvement in the program all together, but may even be changing that story as well. Only time will tell.
But with a saga full of flip flops and conflicting stories… the biggest question at least on my mind – is what side do you want to believe?
Well, my guest today, is retired police lieutenant and investigative journalist Tim McMillan. No stranger to this program, Tim published a bombshell article for Popular Mechanics (Read it: https://www.popularmechanics.com/mili…) just last Friday – publishing never before seen documents, reports and records that claim yes there was a UFO connection to AATIP, and his evidence can prove it.
How did the article come about? What revelations were inside? Tim is here to break it all down.
Stay tuned… you’re about to journey INSIDE THE BLACK VAULT.
The Abnormal Mass Alien Abduction Phenomenon with Shared Memories - FindingUFO
Perspectives on the abduction phenomenon are explanations that are intended to explain claims of abduction and examination by apparently otherworldly beings. The main differences between these perspectives lie in the credence ascribed to the claims. Perspectives range from the assertion that all abductions are hoaxes to the belief that the claims are of objective happenings and separate from the consciousness of the claimants.
The terms alien abduction or abduction phenomenon describe “subjectively real experiences” of being secretly kidnapped by nonhuman figures (aliens) and subjected to physical and psychological experimentation. Most scientists and mental health professionals explain these experiences by factors such as suggestibility (e.g. false memory syndrome), sleep paralysis, deception, and psychopathology.
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So when I signed up, I got this. Really standard. And then while getting rid of all the clutter in my inbox, I found this:
An email from my own account. This is all it contained. I never got a notification for it, what does it mean? Is it a glitch, or something more sinister?
siempre lo clasico es mejor
father of 7