Throughout history, the field of ufology and research related to the extraterrestrial life hypothesis has always been filled with misinformation. Those who are deeply immersed in ufology are very well aware of this, since there is a lot of information that “outsiders” from the special services and government organizations infiltrated this area in order to deceive researchers and people interested in this topic for one simple reason – to prevent them from getting closer to the truth.
Along with all the disinformation campaigns that seem to exist to this day, there has long been an “official campaign of ridicule and silence” (Roscoe Hellenketer, former CIA director) associated with this topic. This is why all readers interested in such questions need to be extra vigilant and stick to facts, data and evidence, and not “swallow” any wild nonsense that cannot be verified.
In this context, the figure of Dr. Jacques Vallee, who holds a master’s degree in astrophysics and a PhD in computer science, deserves special attention. In his book Forbidden Science 4, he explains how he got hold of documents showing that forced UFO abductions were carried out by the CIA as part of a series of “scientific” experiments involving psychological warfare.
The topic of UFO first attracted his attention as an astronomer during the years of his life in Paris. Subsequently, he became an active participant in the Blue Book project by J. Allen Heinek and himself wrote several books on the UFO mystery. He is currently a venture capitalist based in San Francisco. Vallee is one of many who have described and documented astounding evidence of how carefully crafted hoaxes in the media have misled UFO researchers, distracting them from the phenomenon itself and from what really happened.
In one of his most recent books, Forbidden Science 4, he shares the results of a private investigation of the unexplained phenomena of the last decade of the 20th century, during which he traveled around the world doing his job as a high-tech investor. The book is a kind of diary, which documents his impressions and meetings with people that took place in the study of this phenomenon.
In an entry dated Thursday, March 26, 1992, Vallee writes: “I obtained a document confirming that the CIA simulated UFO abduction in Latin America, namely Brazil and Argentina, as part of psychological warfare experiments. In an earlier episode, he mentions one of his many conversations with Ron Blackburn.
For example, an April 16, 1990 entry reads: “At lunch with Colonel Blackburn (BBC) at the Gatehouse restaurant in Palo Alto, he revealed that the Secret Onion group was formed back in 1985 at a secret think tank based in the Skunk Works, a division of Lockheed. Colonel John Alexander brought him a list of people in the inner circle. They divided the world into layers according to the degree of trust and ability.
Interestingly, Colonel John Alexander writes about Blackburn in his book UFOs, Myths, Conspiracies and Reality: “Among the people I met was Dr. Ron Blackburn, who was then at the Skunk Works in Burbank.
It was he who first asked me if I had ever heard of the infamous Area 51. In the early eighties, this object was still not widely known even among the military, let alone the general public, although it functioned for a long time … among the spheres representing a common interest for Blackburn and me were UFOs. We discussed many options related to who could lead research in this area.
We both came to the conclusion that there is some organization, perhaps in the US Air Force, that is at the helm. But we both recognized that whoever led the effort, there must be inter-agency coordination. We were well aware of all the most common rumors. In particular, we assumed that the Roswell UFO story was authentic, unlike the others.
In an entry dated May 4, 1990, Vallee writes about Blackburn:
“I am convinced the government is working on UFOs,” he told me. What is the likelihood that some bystanders will be fooled by the special effects designed for psychological warfare? – I objected. What do you think of incidents like those at Bentwaters in the UK or Cergy-Pontoise in France? “They’re pretty good,” he admitted. “Suppose you shine an infrared laser into people’s eyes for a week. This will not do them much harm, but it can cause a hallucinatory state. Experiments have been carried out where microwave beams were sent through someone’s brain in order to capture the induced energy pattern. Thus, you can influence people, even make them hear certain sounds. Holograms were also used in the experiments.”
This is just one of the many examples and evidence that many researchers point to when making assumptions about staged kidnappings that occurred for unknown reasons, and this continues to this day.
However, this is not surprising when you consider the methods of mass consciousness control developed by the CIA under programs like MK ultra and their desire to manipulate public opinion on a variety of topics. In addition, the remnants of surprise will dissipate if you look into the world of black budgets, which is much more developed than the open world when it comes to the development of modern technology.
Dr. David Jacobs, a former university professor, is one of many experts who have hypnotized people who claimed to be victims of alien abduction. Thousands of people, he said, have told the same story. They talked about forced fertilization and also about “hybrid babies” and the like. Could it be that many of the abduction experiments are simply deeply classified black projects run by secret organizations working for governments? We now know that this is quite possible. Are they all like that?
There are stories that have been circulating for many years without any intelligible evidence. For example, the idea that President Eisenhower made a deal with some extraterrestrial groups, that they can abduct a certain number of people for experiments in exchange for technology. Given that the violent abductions may have been military operations, the fact of this alleged meeting raises serious doubts.
Vallee writes in his book:
“This can explain the fact that there are a number of people who claim to have had experience with alien beings, but this experience was not associated with abductions, but rather simply with contact. Remember, the key point is that we are talking about human-alien contact, not abduction, which is often quite aggressive and intimidating to people.
I’ve been working in this field for over ten years now, and the more I learn, the more I have to consider alternative versions. I wrote this article after being informed that many kidnapping cases could be military operations, but I did not mention it. I have come across material from many researchers who interviewed abductees, and judging from their experience, there is also some kind of military component, or the feeling that the military personnel looks like “aliens”.
Vallee’s book also mentions a figure like Richard Doty, a retired Air Force Special Investigation Officer (AFSIO), whose job it was to spread disinformation about UFOs. This, in principle, is not a big secret, and Doty openly admitted that he penetrated the circles of ufological activists together with his colleagues in order to feed exotic lovers and journalists with lies and half-truths so that they never get to the real truth.
Reliable information about cases of eye contact, rescuing victims of plane crashes and contacts with “aliens” exists and can be studied. However, it is clear that there is also a mass of misinformation and ridiculous statements, as well as charlatans spreading lies and fake stories in order to make money, or perhaps agents like Doty who divert attention from the truth.
Despite all of the above, the fact remains.
“There is a serious likelihood that we are visited, and for many years, some beings from outer space, representatives of other civilizations. This should be the subject of rigorous scientific research, and not “rubbed out” by tabloid newspapers “- said Lord Admiral Hill-Norton, former Chief of Defense Staff, 5-star admiral of the Royal Navy, chairman of the NATO Military Committee.