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Alien Technology

By Violet Wisdom

 


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I have this group of friends that I drink coffee with at least once a week and have been doing so for fifteen years. The group changes every so often, new people join, long timers leave, and when we do, we all go to the funeral.

 

We do what most people who gather over coffee do, we talk about the weather, history, what we ate the night before, where we’re going on vacation and what our kids (and grandkids when applicable) are up to. In general, we solve all the world’s problems. What we don’t talk about is politics, religion or anything else that could warrant a strong reaction. We’re a diverse group, extremely diverse. We know what each other's ideals are, we just don’t talk about them. Our friendships are more important than our teams. Maybe we are solving the world’s problems. 

 

Now, everyone knows I’m a writer. I’ve talked a bit about some of the subjects I write about, the simple subjects, the ones that don’t incite any form of shock. There are a few staunch skeptics in the group that I was sure would fall off their chairs laughing if I were to go full disclosure. And then one day it happened. Without thought, it just slipped out, I write about UFOs. I braced myself for the entire cafe to turn silent, for the needle to scratch across the record, for the first person to pull out their most monotone voice and say, “Oh, you’re one of those.” 

 

But that’s not what happened. The two most skeptical friends in my group were giddy with questions. Beyond excited to share their sighting stories. “Of course they’re real, that’s how our technology exploded.” There it was, the rational, undeniable, science-based evidence that makes sense of lights and objects in the night sky doing things that can’t be done. 

 

If the theories are true, the late 1940s - early 1950s were the perfect storm for the unprecedented technology that was born of the era. WWII on its own gave birth to technological advances that won the war and fed the world. While it wasn’t all exactly good for us in the long run, that isn’t the point of this article. Just as Americans were using the technology created during the war to mass-manufacture tanks and ammunition to build cars and kitchen appliances, Roswell happened. Just as farmers were taking nitrogen left over from making military explosives and applying it to their fields, UFO sightings skyrocketed. Just as the things discovered to end one war were being tested in the western deserts in response to the possibility of another, much worse one on the horizon, our intergalactic neighbors started to show up. 

 


Many believe that our ability to explore space, from anti-gravity suits to the rockets themselves exist because of what our scientists learned from studying alien crafts during the postwar era. NASA was created by the National Aeronautics and Space Act on July 29, 1958. We had men on the moon just eleven years later on July 20, 1969.

 

Dozens of theories on the subject have emerged since the 1940s, many of which came firsthand from scientists, military personnel and even astronauts. Some claim that computer chips, smart phones and AI, from its infant stage of Watson to today’s supercomputing, human replicating Multimodal versions are all based on alien technology. Some have even suggested we have been trading technology for decades. Some suggest we have even more technological abilities than we have made public such as teleportation and time travel. 

 

Is it possible that we mere humans are intelligent enough to create these mind-blowing machines? Sure, not being a computer scientist, I don’t know enough about the subject to say we couldn’t. Is it also possible though that even if that is true, we would be decades or even centuries away from getting to where we are now without ET help? Or at the least without the ability to study their crafts? This is where the theories get quite a bit of respect from people across all spectrums, skeptics and believers alike. When something simply doesn’t make sense and no-one of authority is willing to give a plausible explanation, theories arise. When the theories make more sense and are backed up by whistleblowers, (I don’t know what I saw, but it definitely wasn’t a flipping weather balloon), we deserve transparency. 

 

After eighty years of UFO/UAP sightings, the Pentagon is stating it is done investigating as nothing extraterrestrial exists here on earth. In the Report on the Historical Record of U.S. Government Involvement with Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAP), which reads like a 6th-grade term paper, ALL the investigated sightings are being reported to be incorrectly identified as a UFO either because they were known objects such as airplanes and weather balloons or they were a visual oddity like a water vapor reflection. While these explanations are far from new, they are (at least for now) the end of the Pentagon’s interest in the subject.

 

More specifically, this recent report states AARO does not have and never has had possession of alien technology such as a craft nor possession of an alien body. It goes on to state that no technology exists based on alien technology and that neither government, private entities nor universities have ever had alien technology. 

 


Volume I of the report released on March 6, 2024, begins by stating that AARO takes all sightings seriously and that it respects people’s attachment to the idea of ETs being the source of sightings. It goes on to explain that essentially, this is not the fault of the people who believe this but instead the fault of media, books and movies for putting the ideas in their heads.

 

The following pages list several specific events that were investigated and deemed matters of miscommunication or misunderstandings, although few explanations are given for what the people who reported the events actually saw or heard. In regard to the use of elements not found on earth, the response is a simple denial.

 

Even well-known events such as the 1947 Mount Rainier, Washington event are listed in some detail followed by a result that no evidence of an ET craft was found. Again, no explanation. I highly recommend you read this report

 

It will certainly be interesting to see Congressional response on this. We’ll keep you posted. In the meantime, I now have a new conversation topic for coffee with my friends. While we continue to solve the world’s problems over Peruvian dark roast, we’ll attempt to tackle the next burning question, if we did get this technology from an extraterrestrial source, should we thank them or wish they never shared in the first place? That one might take a while, I’ll let you know if we ever decide.

 


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