Here’s the weekly round-up of all the best new content that is fit to print, and some that probably isn’t, concerning the topic of UFOs, UAPs, and a sugary side-dollop of woo.
In the skies above Syria in 2021, a drama unfolded that seemed ripped straight from a sci-fi thriller. The UK’s Royal Air Force, on a routine patrol, zooms after what they think is a terrorist drone. Plot twist? Months later, the Five Eyes intelligence, a sort of Avengers team for spy agencies, labels it a UFO or “Unidentified Aerial Phenomena.” Cue dramatic music. Enter our podcast heroes, Jeremy Corbell and George Knapp, who spill the beans on their show “WEAPONIZED.” The UK’s Ministry of Defence, meanwhile, plays it cool, calling it a “small hostile drone.” But Corbell, our intrepid investigator, points out that the Five Eyes report, a secret dossier worthy of a spy movie, contradicts this. It was a UFO, and not just any UFO, a “dome-shaped” one, at that!
Here’s where it gets blockbuster-worthy. An RAF Typhoon jet, in a scene straight out of “Top Gun,” fires an ASRAAM missile at the UFO. It’s like the Falklands War all over again, but with a 21st-century twist. But hold up, there’s a catch. The RAF says, “Got ’em!” but the Five Eyes report is like, “Well, maybe not.” The BBC adds to the mystery, reporting that the MOD is hush-hush about who’s flying this so-called drone. Corbell, doubling down, questions the RAF’s drone story. Why label it a UFO in secret documents if it’s just a drone? And why so mysterious about who’s flying it? Now, here’s where it gets X-Files level weird. The Five Eyes report, a document that probably has its own theme music, reveals that UFOs are pretty much regulars in the skies over Syria and Iraq. Even the Russians and Syrians are shooting at these mysterious objects. But the MOD is playing it coy, saying they don’t believe in aliens and don’t bother tracking UFOs. Corbell, not buying it, says this stance doesn’t fly anymore, given the UFO traffic jam over Syria.
The twist? The U.S. DoD says these unidentified objects are likely just mundane things like drones or balloons. But Corbell and others are asking the big questions: Who’s flying these things? Where are they from? And why aren’t we trying to find out more?
Michael Masters, a biological anthropologist at Montana Tech University and author of books like The Extratempestrial Model and Revelation: The Future Human Past, presents a unique perspective on the UFO phenomenon. Contrary to the popular view of UFOs being piloted by extraterrestrial beings from other planets or galaxies, Masters proposes that these unidentified flying objects are actually operated by humans from the future. According to his theory, these future humans have mastered time travel and are visiting their own past — our present. Masters bases his theory on a combination of his expertise in anthropology and a careful examination of the reported physical and behavioral characteristics of so-called aliens. He notes that these descriptions often bear a striking resemblance to humans, albeit with evolutionary changes that one might expect in our species over long periods of time. Features like bipedalism, the ability to communicate with us, and having a head with two eyes and a mouth suggest a shared ancestry with humans.
Masters also discusses the technological advancements that might make time travel feasible in the distant future. He speculates that our future descendants could be studying their own evolutionary past, much like anthropologists do today. His theory offers a novel approach to the UFO debate, focusing on the possibility of future human time travel rather than extraterrestrial visitation. This perspective aligns the UFO phenomenon with known scientific principles and human evolution, offering a more plausible explanation than traditional alien hypotheses.
There was recently a mission to Peru to investigate the strange case of hostile aliens – or, no it was totally normal ‘illegal miners with jetpacks’ trying to do a Scooby Doo and scare off some villagers. What the adventurers found in the middle of the Amazon was deeply odd and really doesn’t make much sense, however you cut it.
An interesting scientific primer on how the observed UFOs and UAPs might be engineering The SuperForce with their craft.
Kirtpatrick, head of ARRO, says he has contacted David Grusch by e-mail, however Grusch says this ain’t so. Will the e-mails reveal who was telling the truth – and, thereby, whether this current UAP flap is either an (a) nonsense and a nothingburger or (b) the biggest UFO cover-up in human history. The stakes are high!
In these two interviews, Ashton Forbes examines some of the oddities in the story behind a missing Malaysia Airlines flight, and the leaked military footage of it being swarmed by UAPs.
Television reporter George Knapp and a UFO/UAP expert of long tenure, chats over a couple of interviews about his career and the various strange matters he has reported on across the decades.
After evidence concerning a massive “Red Square UFO” became public at a Congressional hearing, a new Air Force whistleblower has come forward to report two contacts with odd objects in 2003.
A member of Congress in the United States wants the UFO whistleblower Grusch brought in for questioning.
Expert on the Great Pyramid’s exceptional age and how it was built as an enormous plasma machine by a vanished civilization, Dr. Joseph Farrell discusses his latest book, The Demon in the Ekur. Dr. Farrell claims that megalithic stones were employed in an ancient global communications infrastructure. He thinks Nikola Tesla rediscovered harmonic waves and put them to use in scientific experimentation.
What could be behind the Alien Disclosure Agenda on behalf of the authorities? John Carter gives you his thoughts over at https://barsoom.substack.com/cp/138323413 (no embed options: sorry).
Are there strange hi-jinks going on up at Antarctica? Odd research projects? UFO flight traffic control? As Hong Kong Phooey, and ‘other’ janitors/plumbers might say, “Could Be!”
What does the UAP subject and the insider coup against JFK have in common? More than you might think.
Some inside baseball gossip from the UFO field’s recent comings and goings thanks to Dan and Andy.
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. He’s now released his very first non-fiction work, investigating the odd world of UFOs and UAPs… Strange Incursions. Grab your copy from https://amzn.to/3yUBcRj