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The senior-most radar technologist on the USS Nimitz, Kevin Day (also the man who ordered the intercept of the tic tac UFO) claimed there were “hundreds” of other companion craft which dropped from 80 000 ft to 20 000 ft to monitor the situation. Only one, which dropped to 50 feet, tangoed with the two jets.
On his appearance of the second episode of Unidentified, he says that the fleet made it all the way to Guadalupe Island near Santa Catalina Island, upon which they disappeared from radar (meaning they had all submerged into the ocean). This really stuck out to me … because Santa Catalina is a hotspot for flying objects submerging into the ocean. Luis Elizondo hinted that, although he couldn’t go into specifics, the military probably had a strong presence on the island, judging from the many radar sites installed. Thus we are left with a stronger impetus to speculate that the US government does indeed have something to do with the tic tac.
He says his friends in the Skunkworks division say there is no way the tic-tacs are ours. I guess maybe they would have to say that, if asked.
So, these advanced crafts do exist— there is no question about it. Here’s what we can say, noting this technology has stayed somewhat stagnant since the days of the “foo fighter” UFOs in WWII:
Thus we are left with a stronger impetus to speculate that the US government does indeed have something to do with the tic tac. One of the petty officers’ claim that “men in plainclothes” confiscated the tapes makes more sense now. If indeed this is the case, I must say, most of the aerospace engineers who are not privy to the details of how the craft works are being played for fools. Why are we wasting so much sweat, hard work, money when some select group of people literally have technology that is beyond the reach of modern physics? The entire world and its reliance on power would change … but then again, is that a good thing for the powerful who rely on oil and gas for geopolitical control?
The Pope’s chief astronomer Father Jose Funes has confirmed that the Vatican Observatory in Rome believes in life on other planets.
Despite once enforcing the belief that the Earth was the center of the Universe and the sun revolved around our planet instead of vice versa, it appears that the Vatican has now relaxed its view on the role that mankind plays in the universe and acknowledges that further life may exist.
San Diego County is home to NAS North Island, MCAS Miramar, MCAS Camp Pendleton, and is within fairly easy flying distance of Edwards Air Force Base. The Navy’s Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command is headquartered in San Diego. The Pacific Missile Range is in Point Mugu, also a fairly easy flight down to W-291, and Vandenberg Air Force Base, location of many Pacific rocket launches isn’t too far north of Point Mugu.
As you can see, there’s a LOT of military aviation and missile activity in Southern California. Although the object exhibited incredible agility and speed, I still believe it was a military project.
During a 1993 Alumni Speech at UCLA, Rich stated: “We already have the means to travel among the stars, but these technologies are locked up in black projects and it would take an Act of God to ever get them out to benefit humanity…Anything you can imagine, we already know how to do.” At the end of the speech, Rich said, “We now have the technology to take ET home.”