Can all these important and respected be wrong? What is the truth behind the recent and hotly renewed interest in the UFO/ET issue?
Vladimir Putin once stated, in 2018, that if the United States did not make known what they knew about ET's and UFO's he would do it for them. Was an empty threat, classic Russian propaganda or did something interfere with Putin's intended disclosure.
Edgar Mitchell was the sixth man to walk on the moon. One did not get become an astronaut in the Apollo program with undergoing extensive psychological training. Edgar Mitchell pass with flying colors. However, after Mitchell retired, he said that the Earth have been visited by several alien species several times. This should have received major headlines that a man of this note would make such a claim. But the mainstream media dealt with this disclosure by not dealing with it. Along the same lines, the Apollo 11 crew reported an alien craft tracking them to the moon. This, too, was suppressed by the MSM.
I had a closed door meeting with the late with the former Senior Noncom in NATO, Robert O. Dean, who died on October 11, was active in UFO research for many years. In the 1960s he read a document called "UFO Assessment: An Evaluation of a Possible Threat"while stationed at Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE) which transformed his life. While he was never able to produce proof of the existence of this document, Dean insisted for more than 20 years that it was real and contained details of sightings, alien encounters and autopsies of alien bodies.
Various efforts to search SHAPE's historical record allegedly never turned up any trace of the document, and SHAPE historian Dr. Gregory Pedlow claims that the one piece of evidence, which is a cover sheet of the document offered by UFO investigator Timothy Good for analysis by him in 1993, must be false because NATO does not have and never has had a designation "Cosmic Top Secret," which is displayed on the document.
Dean struck to his story and often described contents of the document. When the French Committee for In-Depth Studies of UFOs (COMETA) released a report in 1999 called "UFOs: What Should We Prepare For" its assessments were similar in tone to what Dean had claimed he had read in the SHAPE Assessment.