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They're Here? U.S. Navy Officer With Access to Classified Docs ‘Totally Convinced’ Aliens Exist Among Humans

Retired Navy Admiral Says He's 'Totally Convinced' Aliens Are Here
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The Pentagon found that the U.S. government is not hiding information on aliens and UFOs.

Mar. 27 2024, Published 9:02 a.m. ET

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On a recent podcast, retired Rear Adm. Tim Gallaudet, drawing from his access to classified materials, expressed firm belief in the presence of extraterrestrial intelligence on Earth, particularly in association with our oceans.

Gallaudet emphasized his conviction, stating, "I'm totally convinced that we're experiencing a non-human higher intelligence," underscoring encounters with unconventional crafts and technologies beyond human comprehension, the Daily Star reported.

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Referring to the well-known "Go Fast" video allegedly capturing a UFO encounter by a U.S. fighter pilot, Gallaudet asserted that such evidence only reinforced his conviction.

Disagreeing with official government stances denying encounters with UFOs and aliens, Gallaudet affirmed his trust in former intelligence and Department of Defense officials engaged in legacy programs investigating Unidentified Aerial Phenomena.

He advocated for a methodical disclosure of information to the public, citing national security and safety concerns as paramount.

Despite frequent reports of sightings, a recent Pentagon report, presented to Congress, dismissed the existence of "verifiable evidence" regarding UFOs and extraterrestrial encounters, according to USA Today.

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The report, originating from the Pentagon's All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office, highlighted the absence of substantiated claims of alien technology access or reverse engineering efforts within the U.S. government and private sector.

Pentagon spokesman Maj. Gen. Pat Ryder emphasized the conclusion that most sightings were attributable to misidentified terrestrial objects or phenomena.

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The comprehensive 63-page report underscored the prevalence of mistaken identifications, ranging from spy planes to ordinary objects, casting doubt on claims of extraterrestrial involvement.

While official narratives continue to downplay the existence of alien visitations, Gallaudet's assertions, backed by his military background and access to classified data, raise questions about the extent of government transparency regarding potential extraterrestrial encounters.

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