Luis Elizondo, the man who oversaw the Pentagon’s UFO program for nine years, said that the government is getting ready to share the truth about UFOs. Luis added that the report will be shared as early as June and might contain evidence that will reveal the reality of UAP or Unidentified Aerial Phenomena.
Former Senate majority leader, Harry Reid, in a letter clearly acknowledged the leadership role of Elizondo in Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP). He mentioned that Luis Elizondo had investigated UAPs while working as the head of AATIP.
The much-awaited report has already made people curious as they might be expecting the government to formally acknowledge UFOs or aliens. It is expected that the report will disclose all the information that the military has about UAPs, their origin, or the beings operating these flying objects.
Luis Elizondo last July said that the Pentagon’s task force for UAP “no longer has to hide in the shadows” and “will have a new transparency.” In the past few years, the former head of AATIP had passed similar remarks but the news that the government will make public the information it has about UAPs hint that a formal acknowledgment about the existence of UFOs might be on its way. Former President Donald Trump’s appropriation bill for 2021 had a clear mandate for Pentagon and spy agencies to report what they know about UAPs by the summer.
Elizondo told the New York Post (NYP), “I think the government has acknowledged the reality of UAP.” The Pentagon whistleblower has also spoken in a recent press conference about the otherworldly attributes of these UFOs. He said that these objects can fly at 11,000 miles per hour and can make a turn instantly. Comparing it to one of the most advanced jets, he explains: for an aircraft to even make a right-hand turn, it will have to go about half the state of Ohio.
While describing “trans-medium travel” capabilities of UAPs, Elizondo said that these otherworldly objects are capable of flying 50-feet above Earth’s ground or as high as 80,000 feet in the sky. These objects can also easily move under water. He claimed: “When you see that, you recognize you are dealing with a technology more advanced than ours.”
Luis Elizondo believes that there’s some association between our nuclear technology and UAP activity. He told New York Post, this could be a matter of concern because UAPs have previously disabled some of our nuclear capabilities, hinting that UAPs might have an active interest in nuclear technology.
Ufologists and those who are studying this phenomenon are looking for answers for the tic-tac-shaped objects the Navy reported in 2004, the inexplicable black triangles reported around the world, and the peculiar “cubes within spheres” seen in 2014.
However, as per the Pentagon whistleblower, the national security authorities were reluctant to share information with the public for years now. “They felt that it made them look inept,” Elizondo said. “They felt in some cases that it challenged their philosophical and theological belief systems … They just couldn’t process it.”
Despite his lifelong NDA with the Pentagon, Elizondo told the NYP, “I think they all want answers and I think they are all willing to ask the hard questions.”