Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena

July 26, 2023

I first learnt of the term Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAP) earlier this year when a friend spoke about a new law that was passed by Congress which would require the Government to disclose all records relating to possible UAPs.  Here is a copy downloaded from the US government site:

UAP Law USA 2023

Add to this comments made initially by former US Air Force Officer and intelligence official David Grusch and my curiosity was piqued. Cue many minutes chatting with my friend about not only this, but the fact that Mr Grusch together with a few others would shortly be testifying in front of a sub committee and I was hooked.

As an avid fan of “Stargate” the original series (before Richard Dean Anderson left), this resonated on so many levels. I loved the thought of being able to use the rings to transport to different worlds and the fact that the a few members remaining from the Asgard race were watching over earth to protect us from other less benevolent aliens. The fact that the Asgard in the series looked very much like the images portrayed of aliens now supposedly kept in Area 51 was no coincidence I presume…

Today I have just watched the following and it’s left me even more intrigued:

Why would Mr Grusch and two other respected US Navy officers perjure themselves? It does not make any sense to believe that these men would relish any thought of being locked up in a jail as a consequence of making false statements.

If we accept that what they have said is true, then we have been kept in the dark for quite a few decades. It would also explain some of the more unusual drawings made on the walls in Egyptian tombs.

I’m certainly going to watch this space…

Have you ever seen anything “unusual” which could be related to UAPs ? We’d love to hear.



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