The US Department of Defense Intelligence Agency declassified 1,500 pages of UFO-related research under the Freedom of Information Act. The report describes encounters with UFOs where people have been physically injured, suffered from radiation burns, damage to the brain and nervous system, and even went missing. The results have been published by British tabloids The Sun and Daily Mail.
The documents include reports on the impact of advanced technologies on humans – such as invisibility cloaks and outline events such as “apparent abduction”, “unreported pregnancy”, sexual encounters, telepathy experiences, and alleged teleportation.
In some cases, people have been found to have burns or other conditions caused by electromagnetic radiation, created by “energy-related propulsion systems.” There have also been cases of damage to the brain, nervous system, the appearance of a rapid heartbeat and headaches after a collision with “anomalous vehicles”.
Similar evidence was collected by members of the military department for a secret program that was shut down in 2012.
“Sufficient incidents/accidents have been accurately reported and medical data obtained to support the hypothesis that some advanced systems are already deployed and are not transparent to the full understanding of the US,” the report says.
The study categorizes various types of encounters with unidentified objects, including those accompanied by the appearance of ghosts, bigfoot or spirits, and others that result in injury, death, and even “healing.”
The 2010 report collected 42 adverse events from medical records and 300 “unreported” cases. In total, the investigations of the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP) occupy 1500 pages. They were shared with the publications by former program manager Luis Elizondo.
In the fall of 2021, the US Department of Defense announced the the creation of a new unit, which the command will instruct to detect and identify UFOs in “restricted airspace.” The new service was organized after the publication of a report that intelligence compiled for Congress. The paper analyzed a number of unexplained celestial phenomena observed by the military.
The Aircraft Identification and Airspace Management Team will replace the Navy’s Unidentified Air Phenomena Task Force (a unit that began work last year to “improve its understanding of UFOs”). The purpose of the new service will be: “detection, identification and description of objects in the airspace, as well as the assessment and prevention of any threats to flight safety and national security.”