Four years after filing a Freedom of Information Act request to the US government, a British tabloid has finally uncovered some interesting information relating to UFOs and extra terrestrials.
The Sun obtained a 1,574-page record consisting of 52 documents that describes some of the effects of an “anomalous advanced aerospace system” on human observers. These effects include everything from brain damage and nerve damage to headaches and heart palpitations.
But the most interesting part of this report might just be the mention of “unaccounted for pregnancy” in data gathered from 1873 to 1994.
The Sun made the initial request when the Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program (AATIP) was first made public knowledge in 2017, thanks to former intelligence official Luis Elizondo.
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Not only does the report address sightings of what are now being called Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP), but it also talks about “ghosts, yetis, spirits, elves and other mythical/ legendary entities.” These traditionally fantasy creatures are categorized as “AN3” in the report while UFOs with confirmed alien pilots are in the “CE3” category. “Poltergeists, crop circles, spontaneous human combustion, alien abductions and other paranormal events are also categorised,” according to the documents.
In addition, the report contains letters from politicians, such as Nevada Senator Harry Reid, who asked that the information be kept top secret as it contains “several highly sensitive, unconventional aerospace technologies” which required “extraordinary protection.”
All of this new information comes in conjunction with an earlier release of classified Pentagon documents that detailed several unidentified flying objects around the United States over the last two decades.
The Pentagon is also opening a new office, called the Anomaly Surveillance and Resolution Office (ARSO), that was created specifically to investigate the origins of UAPs and UFOs.