For years everyone has been waiting for that moment that one way or another we finally receive evidence of the government’s knowledge of UFO’s and their extraterrestrial nature in some cases. In fact, even in cases where it’s more than likely a terrestrial object, the government still seems to have a bit of an ambiguous stance on the situation which can drive people even more mad. So when Julian Assange and his band of misfits started spouting off about cables they were going to release that proved once and for all that the government was fully involved in all the UFO activity, all of us salivated. To our dismay, we got a dud.
It was like lighting that grand finale firework on the 4th of July and having nothing happen. Utter disappointment took everyone by surprise when we all thought that the veil would be pulled and what we got was a simple statement that the Russian government no longer investigates UFO reports. Here is exactly what was available in a simple Embassy newsletter of all things:
11. Quote of the Week
BKGB Chairman Yuriy Zhadobin on why his organization no longer investigates paranormal phenomena:
“Unlike during the USSR, the department is not engaged in studying paranormal phenomena. [Back then,] we had greater means and opportunities which we could spend on anything and everything. Today the situation is different. Then, when society was excited by something, it entered our sphere of interest. But when it comes to healers, UFOs and such, we just can´t deal with them any more.”
That’s it. There’s no conclusive evidence of extraterrestrial knowledge or phenomena even. When most people say UFO the first thought that comes to mind is an extraterrestrial craft, but in all honesty, very few can be suspected of that. UFO simply means that something is at the moment an ‘unidentified flying object’. Many times it ends up being something completely normal that was just out of place like a large group of balloons or a new military craft being tested. Just the mention of a UFO or UFO investigations in any sort of government files would not be surprising. We already know that the Air Force and other military branches throughout the world investigate claims simply because they want to find out if there is a threat to their airspace or if an enemy country is spying on them. That’s all. Most of the time, a rational person would not automatically suspect a UFO as being extraterrestrial in nature.
Don’t get me wrong. I’m a believer, more of a believer than most. There is not a shred in me that believes there’s even the smallest possibility that we’re the only intelligent and technologically advanced civilization out there. I believe, like many others, that extraterrestrials have been making contact with Earth and it’s inhabitants and even it’s governments for thousands of years, maybe even tens of thousands of years if you start asking around about Puma Punku. As much as a believer as I am, or maybe because of how much of a believer I am, the Wikileaks ‘cable leak’ of a ridiculously boring employee newsletter with a simple quote in it is more than disappointing.
In my head, for a moment, I tried to spice it up. I tried to think of the whole quote as a cryptic message. Maybe, the ‘healers’ referred to are the extraterrestrials that they’re actually referring to. Maybe they’re talking about the extraterrestrials healing the earth. Maybe their statement on ‘no longer investigating the paranormal’ is a statement of them cutting off ties with the ET’s or something along those lines. If you really try hard, you can actually make something out of it, but honestly, I’m not convinced, even by my own wild imagination, that this is what it means.
So I’ll sit and wait, like everyone else, for some sort of disclosure. Maybe it’s a government disclosure or maybe its a mass arrival of space craft housing extraterrestrials that have been traveling through time and space to tell us they’ve been probing us all along but please don’t blame them for the cow mutilations. Whatever it is, it’s bound to happen eventually. Hopefully it will happen in our lifetime. Hopefully.