The secret CIA uploads tens of thousands of free, downloadable documents
Times are changing. The United States government has replaced the term UFO with the acronym UAP, (An unknown weather phenomenon) and made amendments to its federal laws. One of the most important is the CIA’s decision to declassify 2,780 pages of documents related to the strange dish, which can now be downloaded for free.
The term UFO was coined by the United States Air Force in 1953 and has become synonymous with a wide range of phenomena indicating thatAt some point, alien civilizations contacted us. In practice, these investigations have led to the creation of a specialized field of subject called Ufology. The ophthalmologists, his followers, were the first to break into these interesting documents, which have remained secret until today.
Ufology and its followers, congratulations
Among the last projects approved by federal law was, in the Law of December 27, 2020, that includes the possibility Allowing UFO controllers to know about part of the work the government is doing In search of unrecognizable weather phenomena.
As reported by SYFY WIRE, an online database called The Black Vault recently published the CIA’s full set of UFO documents online. this site, theblackvault.com is an archive of declassified documents with free download.
There, anyone interested in the secrets of outer space can Find out directly what data the CIA deals with. While the CIA has been declassifying its classified content since the 1980s, it was not always easy to access this information. John Greenewald Jr. , Founder of The Black Vault, has made over 10,000 FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) requests, looking for better quality information from the agency.
Greenewald Black Vault is a clearinghouse for declassified documents PDFs containing the CIA files have been consistently published on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena, UAP. 20 years ago, it was very difficult to get relevant information, says Greenwald, who said he received a box of a few thousand pages and had to scan them one by one to make them read.
finally, The CIA has made some of its classified documents publicly available on CD. Which Greenewald bought last year. Not only has Greenewald uploaded original content for CD (a mixture of TIFF images and plain text files that are largely unusable) to the web to its Black Vault website, but it has also converted all documents on disk into PDF files, which can be downloaded Individually.
Thousands of declassified document downloads
According to Greenwald, indeed Thousands downloaded in the first 24 hours Since launch.
First comments Those who have downloaded the documents talk about very interesting cases, Like a Bosnian fugitive who claimed contact with an extraterrestrial being until the mysterious midnight explosions in a small Russian city.
Some specialists point to this Most documents are sharp and clearWhile there are others, the reading of which is practically impossible.
According to Greenwald, One of the documents of greatest importance is that of the Deputy Assistant Director for Science and Technology, Who obtained specific documents about a UFO accident, which left 2 people dead, in the 1970s.
The researcher points out that the material that was declassified should have been They are presented to the public in a more modern formatSince it is difficult, it requires certain technical knowledge and special devices to conduct any investigation.
Greenwald is convinced he is achieving what he set out to do, more than 25 years ago, when he was 15. All available information was obtained directly from official reports The CIA, the National Security Agency, the Air Force, the Defense Intelligence Agency, much of this information the secret agency has lifted, confirm many of its investigations.
Greenwald and his team’s investigations continue
The documents published by the CIA are about 2000 and It contains the result of pre-classified investigations of unidentified atmospheric phenomena.
According to data collected by Greenewald, the document collection contains records of sightings beginning in the 1950s, as well as an analysis conducted by experts from the agency and other US spy organizations. According to his calculations, There should be at least 2.2 million pages Of the documents classified by the CIA.
To continue his investigations, the researcher has documents very valuable to ophthalmologists, such as the reports of a large number of The pilots and agency agents who were somewhat confronted with aerial devices.
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