UAP/UFO roundup (14/11/21).

Robert Bigelow, of Bigelow Aerospace and NIDS fame, is interviewed by Coast-to-Coast. Robert discusses the Bigelow Institute for Consciousness Studies’ invitation for writings on the subject of life after death. Jeffrey Mishlove, a psychologist, won the top award of $500,000. The essays’ objective, Robert stated, was to provide a compelling case for the existence of the afterlife rather than to describe what happens there.

Unexpectedly, many individuals believe that extraterrestrials are invading our planet and kidnapping innocent citizens, muses the field’s UFO-Daddy, Richard Dolan. Most abduction experts would agree on that. However, what they don’t agree on is how to interpret this. Richard looks to rectify the situation by examining four very different perspectives on the alien presence.

Why is the physics of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAPs) classified? Assuming this is “First Contact,” everyone on the planet has to be informed. The US military is censoring the truth. It’s out there, and you can find it, reckons Prof. Simon.

Now, something a little different from Coast-to-Coast. They examine how archaeology and human beginnings, including artefacts and finds that don’t match with accepted dates, were examined by researcher Michael Cremo. Intriguingly, Denisovan DNA was detected in a contemporary person buried on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi 7,000 years ago. The Denisovans, who were discovered in Siberia, may have been connected to the Neanderthals, according to the scientist. Aside from the Denisovans, “the actual relevance of this new finding is that people like ourselves were co-existing in the past with different sorts of hominids,” he noted.

In this week’s excellent The Unidentified Celebrity Review, Luis Jimenez and co-host Michael Matalun talk with Bob Plissken (a Marine Corps Intelligence Analyst) and Jazz Shaw (a Salem news contributor) to break down Kristen Gillibrand’s amendments to HR 4350… basically a legislative hyper-fortification of the establishment of an offical U.S. UFO task force with teeth. They also chat with Geoff Redd, who has been looking into the Skinny Bob crashed alien case for almost two years.

In this episode of Known Quantities, presenter Daniel Miller talks to Max and Vinnie. Vinnie founded Disclosure Team in the UK, a UAP-focused social media platform and podcast, while Max Moszkowicz is a well-known European journalist, film director, and producer with an interest in the UAP field. They also cover Kristen Gillibrand’s amazing amendments to HR 4350.

Next, if you want new weird sightings, our chap SecureTeam is surely the God-Emperor of odd stuff caught on camera in the sky, especially this spinning cube-thing. There’s also a strange shot that looks like a frozen Gunstar drifting through the clouds. Or maybe a turtle. Who the heck knows?

A look at that well-documented time the US government hushed up a UFO sighting in 1966 that was observed by a whole school.

Here, the Unidentified Celebrity Review team deconstructs the recent “Our Future in Space” event, which included talks with scientific genius Avi Loeb, NASA’s Bill Nelson, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, and Avril Haines, the U.S. Director of National Intelligence. And Witness Citizen also weighs in on the same topic, too.

Lastly, Dr. Avi Loeb is interviewed about the Galileo Project’s purpose, which is to move the hunt for alien technical signals of Extraterrestrial Technological Civilizations (ETCs) into the mainstream of transparent, verified, and systematic scientific inquiry, moving away from chance or anecdotal sightings and stories. This ground-based study looks for actual artefacts connected with alien technical equipment rather than electromagnetic transmissions.

Thanks to science fiction & fantasy author Stephen Hunt for compiling and authoring this weekly report. Best-known for creating the steampunk genre with his best-selling Jackelian series (HarperCollins/Macmillan/Tor), the first of Stephen’s Sliding Void space opera series adventures was simultaneously the #1 most downloaded novel on Amazon UK, Amazon USA, Amazon Australia, and Amazon Canada. Mr. H. now makes time in between scribbling his literary endeavours to go so far down the rabbit hole that we’d need to dispatch the White Rabbit as a Crash Retrieval Specialist to rescue his ass.

Contributors to this week’s edition include the inestimable:

@roberttbigelow@RichDolan@coasttocoastam@michaelcremo@txufosightings@MaxMoszkowicz@disclosureteam_@SnakePo9@SicCoP1@SecureTeam10 @Eyes_OnTheSkies.

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