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The formal U.S. Air Force UFO programs, Projects Sign, Grudge, and Blue Book are well documented. But in addi- tion, from 1984 through 1988, long before Senator Harry Reid was able to earmark funding for the DIA project, I ran a similar, albeit unfunded, effort. Assuming that no one in the UFO community would file a FOIA request for such a topic, the name we employed for this project was Advanced Theoretical Physics (ATP). Participants all had Top Secret/SCI level clearances and they came from all Department of Defense services, the Intelligence Community, and civilian aerospace companies. It was literally an “old boy” network, all male, whose interest in the topic was known to us.
The point is that time and time again UFO cases have been reported and researched but with little, if any, resolution. UFO advocates find that explanation hard to comprehend. The common belief is that these studies are part of the cover-up by some agency that may have all the answers (or at least some of them) but which has chosen to withhold them from public view
My own view is that UFOs are interrelated with other anomalous phenomena, including, but not limited to near-death experiences, remote viewing, psychokinesis, post mortem communication, and even cryptozoology. Furthermore, it appears that consciousness is a key component.
It is my understanding that the Nimitz case made famous by the AATIP project originated in a similar fashion, through a request by a concerned senior officer. The videos had been sequestered in files. The public only learned of the incidents when the pilots began discussing the incident
Very interesting with the consciousness perspective they are using here and pushing, along with the remote viewing angle too.
Interestingly they also mention how the videos from the Nimitz incident were "sequestered (hidden) in other files" and was only looked into when a senior office raised concerns about the incident - not classified like ol' Zondo stated then!