Sunday, December 22, 2013

On the Impact of the Coming Disclosure

So here I sit at 37,000 feet breathing recycled air for the ninth time in three months pondering my existence upon this blue sphere and what precisely I am doing here. I've come to two immediate conclusions: the first is that I haven't the foggiest idea and the second is that maybe my purpose is to bring some level of awareness to people about the existence of extraterrestrials and its ultimate impact upon humanity as we know it. Peering out at these crimson tinted cloud tops I imagine a massive UFO silently slipping across the expanse beneath this plane in my minds eye and nobody else on this plane giving even the slightest care in the world about it. I can see the mentally preoccupied CFO in business class catch it out of the corner of his eye and think to himself "that`ll make a great tweet when I land..." Sometimes I wonder if anyone still cares about full disclosure of the ET reality anymore?  

Personally, I would like to believe its still on our collective bucket lists, as a society, but it seems more and more that's no longer the case. Given the choice most people would pick a new iPad over the revelation that we're not alone in the universe. Have we lost the way or have we all just become so complacent that we truly don't care as much as we should about this topic? Mainstream news has denigrated and demeaned the topic of Ufology to the point of being no different than a face eating cannibal in Miami or a water skiing bulldog in Michigan. It's fringe entertainment meant only to be consumed in bite sized increments, listed under the tagline odd news, filler for the gaps between senators tweeting photos of their junk to the world and drunk celebs punching the paparazzi -- you know, the real news.

A number of years ago during a trip to the Galapagos I met an extraordinary individual and we became lifelong friends. He was a retired air force pilot and ex Vietnam POW who spent a number of years in that most famous of all hotels. Once he opened up about his experience I was able to bring up exceedingly more fringe topics with him, including UFOs. When he returned to the US the military basically said to him, you can do whatever you want in the air force, just tell us what that is and we'll make it happen for you.


"I want to work on Project Bluebook." was his answer.
Their response, "Anything but that."

So he became a flight instructor and, just like that, left his curiosity of the whole UFO topic behind him. The way he put it was that you don't ask questions, you don't open that door again because it's closed. Move along, there's nothing to see here. He said the last thing they want is for any of it to really get out of the bag, and what does get out is usually allowed out for some specific reason. He went on to have several incredible UFO-related experiences in his career as a pilot, but I can't go into that here, nor is that the point of this article.

My point here is that full disclosure isn't going to come about without a fight. There will be blood and lives will be destroyed in the process. The powers that be are going to try as hard as possible to keep this knowledge from going public. Why? Because entire industries will collapse when it's ultimately revealed that we don't even need oil or combustion engines, that everything we've built around us is resting on the foundation of a grand deception, the darkest most elaborate lie in the history of humankind. The revelation that we're not alone will be a domino effect that ripples throughout the world. Most people, I feel, will accept if not fully embrace this knowledge with a positive attitude. But for as many positive effects there will be negative as well. Once it truly sinks in that humankind has been lied to for decades, that we do have clean zero point energy, that we do have the power to cure horrible illnesses, that we don't have to be shackled to the hydrocarbons that we're slowly killing our planet with... that's when the bliss of knowing we're not alone in the universe will be replaced with total outrage.

What most people don't realize is that full disclosure will be similar to a worldwide natural calamity. Most people immediately think the first thing to collapse will be organized religion. I think that's short-sighted at best. People will choose to stick to their belief system whether it's challenged by the concept of aliens or not, and even if they don't it doesn't much matter in the grand scheme of things. I think it would be most evident among government scientists and engineers who would have to deal with the fact that their employer has been lying to them and feeding them false data all along. More importantly, the grim revelation that many of their fundamental beliefs in science might be wrong. In 1960 the Brookings Institute study "Implications of a Discovery of Extraterrestrial Life" looked at this very situation.
"It has been speculated that of all groups, scientists and engineers might be the most devastated by the discovery of relatively superior creatures, since these professions are most clearly associated with the mastery of nature, rather than with the understanding and expression of man."
So when you ask yourself why the government is so keen on keeping the lid on this whole topic just think about how many different industries would be affected, think about how many jobs would be impacted, think about the economics of it all. Retooling an economy based almost entirely on oil would be extremely disruptive to society, to say the least. But potentially the biggest problem will be the blowback upon governments of the world by their own populace, the people will demand an explanation for the lies, coverups and ridicule. Once this cat is out of the bag, it opens the door to potential chaos. It truly is Pandora's Box and nothing will ever be the same again.

There will inevitably be a huge shift in credibility, once the government discloses this information they will lose all credibility on the subject after decades of lies. This distrust will become all encompassing and credibility will suddenly shift from the government to the Ufology community. Mainstream media and the public at large will look to the Ufology researchers for straight answers.

Lt. Col. Philip J. Corso
Yet, there has already been disclosure on some levels. Recovered alien technology was what seeded private industry in the decades after Roswell, as Philip Corso lays out in his book The Day After Roswell. It was the catalyst for the technology that is currently integrated into every aspect of our lives right now. As early as the 1960's we had the ability to escape earth's gravity in a craft the size of a fighter jet using electrogravitic technology. In the 1970's and 80's research centers such as Bell Labs and Xerox PARC were busily reverse-engineering recovered 'foreign technology' and functional computational linguistics which led to massive leaps in technology. In the 1990's and 2000's the focus was on miniaturization of components and exceedingly fast computer components, stealth technologies and UAV's.  

Don Phillips, Lockheed (ret)
Don Phillips (Contractor, USAF, CIA, Lockheed Skunkworks) testified on record about his direct involvement with 'extraterrestrial devices.' I won't go into detail here but it's well worth watching his entire testimony. Don's boss, Ben Rich, was famously quoted as saying, "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." For the benefit of humanity, that's the key phrase here. Rich even went as far to say that ESP is part of the key to interstellar travel. So there's simply no question that our current level of technology in 2014 is far beyond what any of us can possibly fathom. There are military craft that are mistaken for UFO's, and vice-versa. The state-of-the-art has likely reached the point where one is indistinguishable from the other.

But that certainly doesn't mean the military went Full Monty with the recovered alien technology they had in their possession either. The truly earth-shattering stuff--like propulsion systems, weapons and medical scanners--were kept safely in the hands of the government and placed into compartmentalized special access programs, presumably for eternity. Sure, they let specific things like transistors, fiber optics and night vision escape into the private sector, but that was all intentional, it was all part of a larger plan under their tight control. It's what they have right now which they're never going to share with us that could irrevocably change the entire planet.

Imagine a world where we could mothball every nuclear power plant, oil refinery and coal fired facility on the planet in a handful of years because our new alternative energy source is free, clean and harmless? Imagine never having to drill for oil in the ocean again! It might not be a stretch of the imagination for our open-minded readers, but Wall Street might have a decidedly less positive reaction. Remember that ripple effect I was talking about, well it applies triple in the case of economics. Regardless of whether or not Paul Krugman thinks an alien invasion would fix the economy, it doesn't take into account the fact that we already have the technology to provide endless renewable power for entire cities thanks to this perceived 'alien threat.' It's a typical human approach to assume that the only way to boost a failing economy is through conflict and the manufacture of weapons to fuel it. Let's face it, if the visitors wanted to invade this planet, we'd already be done for by now. It's not at all about invasion, it's about our own government(s) withholding world altering technology that could benefit everyone, and it's happening right now as I type this.

What full disclosure really means is the end to a way of thinking about everything, not just our place in the universe but how we perceive everything we have created as a society thus far. The ramifications are wide ranging and will touch every aspect of our lives. It's a game changer of epic proportions and our government will continue to spend billions of dollars to make sure everything remains copacetic. Don't ask questions, don't open that door... just go about your lives working, paying the mortgage and filling up your car with petrol. To the powers that be the very concept of the existence of alien life, much less the reverse-engineering of alien technology, shouldn't even be occupying a thought process in our brains. Nothing to see here folks, move along...

So here I sit, still at 37,000 feet, still breathing recycled air aboard a pressurized metal tube burning hydrocarbon based fuel to fly and pondering my existence upon this blue sphere. I've come to two new conclusions: the first is that my purpose is to bring some level of awareness to people about the existence of extraterrestrials and its ultimate impact upon humanity as we know it. The second is that full disclosure is not going to be a basket of kittens. It's going to be a messy, chaotic and quite possibly terrifying experience for everyone. Everything we know will change on a fundamental level overnight and we will all be forced to accept the negative effects along with the ultimately positive outcome.

Full disclosure of the ET reality is going to happen in our lifetime and we're all going to have a front row seat as we hit this crossroads in our evolution as a species. Each of us needs to be prepared for it mentally, emotionally and spiritually so keep your minds and hearts open and always remain positive.

Agent K