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Now they are coming out with an even further in-depth study of the story.
What is interesting is in that story is that they point to three areas of disclosure that were intended to surprise the readers.
- Many high-ranking people in the federal government believe aliens have visited planet Earth.
- Military pilots have recorded videos of UFOs with capabilities that seem to outstrip all known human aircraft, changing direction and accelerating in ways no fighter jet or helicopter could ever accomplish.
- In a group of buildings in Las Vegas, the government stockpiles alloys and other materials believed to be associated with UFOs.
Then the story goes on to say:
"Points one and two are weird, but not all that compelling on their own: The world already knew that plenty of smart folks believe in alien visitors, and that pilots sometimes encounter strange phenomena in the upper atmosphere - phenomena explained by entities other than space aliens, such as a weather balloon, a rocket launch or even a solar eruption."
This is odd because most people who have paid any attention to UFO sightings and stories knows that there is a basic starting point in modern times to the UFO phenomenon.
- Ken Arnold's UFO sighting
- The Roswell UFO Incident
- Edward Ruppelt's coining of the term UFO
Since those milestones in the UFO phenomenon, anyone who went past believing in the possibility of UFOs and stating that they existed was basically viewed as a delusional. Even to this day in the view of the general public, people who push the issue of the existence of UFOs are seen as schizophrenic.
Now we have this most recent UFO sighting by a Navy F-18 pilot and story of black money funding of a secret Pentagon study of UFOs. This has become the first story to make it into mainstream prime time news coverage of the subject matter. All of a sudden one story later it is considered common knowledge that:
"Many high-ranking people in the federal government believe aliens have visited planet Earth."
"Military pilots have recorded videos of UFOs with capabilities that seem to outstrip all known human aircraft, changing direction and accelerating in ways no fighter jet or helicopter could ever accomplish."
Now one story later people who want to discuss UFOs are normal and this is society's position on the subject matter?
Suddenly all that is supposed to have been reduced to barely being needed to be discussed in a public forum. It is as if the whole "ET" and "UFO" phenomenon has been solved. All they want us to do now is focus on some side issues like unknown materials in warehouse hanger in Las Vegas.
The Bigger Picture
If you read these stories and only look at them in the minutiae of the moment they tend to alter the reality of what is going on and give you an incorrect perspective. If you step back and look at the big picture you can see an ominous trend developing.
Subliminal dissemination is the process by which information is released into the public sector for the purpose of enlightening the earthlings just enough as to what is going on without giving away too much and cluing everyone into what is really going on.
If you look the term up on the internet it has not even been defined yet. The closest way to explain it is to say subliminal messages are being disseminated, so the Earthlings don't even have a term to describe what is possibly going on.
Most people believe (at least, until the next N.Y. Times article) that life just occurs each day and the events are just events there is little or no correlation. Subliminal dissemination originates from the concept that all the events on Earth are scripted and they were designed by Extraterrestrial beings before Earth existed. Humanoid Extra Terrestrials Living Among Us (HETLAU) are enacting those scripted events right in front of us. The long-term goal is disclosure of their presence here on Earth.
So, from the big picture perspective, all these UFO sightings and stories are actually information being released slowly into the public domain to prepare the public for what is to come. This is to prevent them from freaking out due to the possible shock from an instantaneous news release of finding out such a frightening truth is real. This whole process is essentially a multi-generational script that is unfolding on a day by day basis.
You can see the script being enacted if you look closely at the events each day.
- Acceptance of the first N.Y. Times story into the mainstream media
- Many high-ranking people in the federal government believe aliens have visited planet Earth
- Believers are no longer seen as nutcases, or many high-ranking people in the federal government are; you can't have it both ways
- It is a non-story to have a UFO sighting, so no one needs to be concerned anymore about them
- Let's just go over any other miscellaneous subjects that didn't get the press coverage to make sure all the topics are covered (like unknown substances being stored in Las Vegas warehouses)
Basically, the articles themselves are moving the public along like herded sheople (sheep people) and the rate of the herding is accelerating.
Could this paradigm acceleration be another step up the ladder of disclosure? Is this all part of the larger plan to "Flip the Planet," making the Earthlings aware of Humanoid Extra Terrestrials Living Among them?