Ex-Pentagon Agent Claims UFOs Changed Witnesses’ Brain, Unlocked Sixth Sense

The reality of the UAP phenomenon is larger than just non-human crafts flying with incredible speed in the air and water. Reportedly, there are incidents where UFOs were noticed interacting with the nuclear arsenal of the United States, shutting down the nuclear missiles. It is well-acknowledged by the US Defence Department that whatever this phenomenon is, it is a serious concern to national security. Moreover, instead of disabling nukes, UFOs have severely affected the witnesses biologically and physically.

Award-winning journalist Linda Moulton Howe held a special interview with Former AATIP head Luis Elizondo on surpassing 200,000 subscribers on her YouTube channel. She asked Elizondo audacious questions regarding the phenomenon and its effect on the human body. Mr. Elizondo briefed on the previously known facts: that UFOs interfered with electrical and nuclear systems, and that there are unique physical effects for witnesses after close encounters.

First of all, not going into depth due to protocols, Mr. ELizondo revealed that an alleged incident happened in the 1970s, where UFOs knocked an entire nuclear-powered aircraft carrier offline for some time. This revelation was made in a talk where Elizondo outlined why the world’s governments have been so secretive about these objects and why they consider them a potential security threat.

Secondly, the UFO impacted the consciousness of the individual. In 2021, Stanford Professor said in an interview with Motherboard: “Some of their (UFO contactee) brains were horribly, horribly damaged.” He was approached by a CIA-led group that showed him MRI scans of the people injured by the fields generated by UAPs, and the presence of brain trauma was evident.

It has been reported that some pilots and others who had close encounters with UFOs experienced radiation burns and negative mental damage. However, Mr. Elizondo told Linda Howe that he was equally astonished by seeing certain instances where exposed individuals experienced “good” side effects after coming into touch.

He said: “There is also some preliminary data to suggest that some individual individuals actually report the opposite so rather than having some sort of negative biological consequence all of a sudden you have somebody who’s now for example a piano virtuoso who’s never sat in front of a piano before or who now becomes suddenly super artistic or who claims to have some sort of extra-sensory capabilities or talents now if you will or a sixth sense.”

Linda Howe discussed a highly classified report from the year 2000 produced by the UK Air Defence that noted down the serious biological impact of UAPs on humans. “The well-reported Rendlesham Forest/Bentwaters event is an example where it might be postulated that several observers were probably exposed to UAP radiation for longer than normal UAP sighting periods There may be other cases that remain unreported. It is clear that the recipients of these effects are not aware that their behavior/perception of what they are observing is being modified. The E field strengths which are known to affect the brain are of the order 50 multivolts per centimeter at between 1 and 100MHz and experiments have shown that effects can be produced at levels of 10-7 to 10-8  volts per centimeter.” (Source)

It is concluded therefore that if some UAPs, as is believed and correlated by actual reports (collateral effects on, for example, car electrical equipment), produce EM radiation, then there is a high probability that they can affect the human brain.

The AATIP report, which The Sun obtained from the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) as part of a sizable Freedom of Information request, looks into the effects of paranormal experiences on people’s health. According to interviews in this Pentagon report from 2010, UFO sightings have left witnesses with radiation burns, mental damage, and “felt time suspension.” It compiled 42 cases of adverse effects from medical files and 300 from “unpublished” cases. (Source)

The study is titled “Anomalous Acute And Subacute Field Effects on Human and Biological Tissues.” It is dated March 11, 2010. “Classified information exists that is highly pertinent to the subject of this study and only a small part of the classified literature has been released,” the document states.

Following these incidents, astronomer Jacques Vallée developed an alternative hypothesis that UFOs are part of a mechanism for controlling mankind. During his interview in 1986, he said that UFOs are “physical object that interacts with the environment that causes effects on the witnesses on the psychology and the physiology and leaves traces on the ground and yet are capable of appeared to be manipulating time and space in ways that go beyond what our physics understands.”

While working on the French Space Committee, Dr. Vallée claimed to have witnessed his superiors destroy tracking tapes of a UFO that his team had observed. This, along with a personal UFO sighting several years earlier, created his lifelong interest in UFOs. Initially falling in line with the Extraterrestrial hypothesis, he soon began to realize its serious flaws, namely:

The unexplained close encounters are far more numerous than required for any physical survey of the earth; the humanoid body structure of the alleged “aliens” is not likely to have originated on another planet and is not biologically adapted to space travel; the reported behavior in thousands of abduction reports contradicts the hypothesis of genetic or scientific experimentation on humans by an advanced race; the extension of the phenomenon throughout recorded human history demonstrates that UFOs are not a contemporary phenomenon; the apparent ability of UFOs to manipulate space and time suggests radically different and richer alternatives.

Published in 1975, “The Invisible College: What a Group of Scientists has Discovered About UFO Influences on the Human Race” was Jacques Vallée’s fourth work on the puzzling UFO/contactee phenomena. That time, he first put forward his idea that these phenomena were some kind of “control system” on human consciousness.

According to Dr. Vallée, the basic idea is that UFOs are essentially a “show” put on for people to generate some sort of reaction, and have been operating on human culture for all of recorded history. Dr. Vallée argued that when investigating a UFO encounter, the focus should be on the witness, and how he/she interpreted the event, and how it affected their life (he noted that many people tend to emotionally react to a UFO sighting as a spiritual or religious experience).

AATIP’s successor, the Advanced Aerospace Weapon System Applications Program (AAWSAP), is discussed in the recently released book “Skinwalkers at The Pentagon.” The researchers describe how this phenomenon has been well-documented with plenty of proof that it affects people in the book.

The AAWSAP looked into reports of UFO sightings, examined reports of UFO encounters on US military installations and a number of odd occurrences that government investigators came across at Skinwalker Ranch. UFO encounters frequently led to the “attaching” of unusual phenomena to military troops, who came to the ranch and brought “something” home. As a result, their families experienced terrifying paranormal outbreaks that scared and occasionally injured their children.

In evaluating Dr. Vallée’s control system hypothesis, the obvious questions are: Who or what is in charge and managing it? If something is non-human, then what? Where is the real evidence for this idea, other than that some of Vallée’s carefully selected cases can be made (with difficulty) to force-fit the theory? Most people care little about UFOs and have no interest in the subject, so how does this theory stand up?

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