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Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Kevin Randle: Disclosure may be imminent

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My pal Kevin Randle provides, at his blog [kevinrandle.blogspot.com], reasons for thinking that “disclosure” (of the UFO ET reality) may be in the offing.

He’s right. Something is up.

Navy UFO encounters have risen to public view and are being covered by serious news media: CBS, ABCThe Washington Post, New York Times, New York magazine, and newspapers across the country.

As the New York Post recently noted, in a piece by Nick Pope, UFOs have emerged from the fringe and entered the mainstream.


While the ET element isn’t ballyhooed, it’s there, and for UFO skeptics, like my buddies Zoam Chomsky, Lance Moody, and Gilles Fernandez, their skepticism has gone kaput.

I’m not ready to concede that the sightings by Navy pilots of UFOs in 2004 (the Tic-Tac encounters) or more recently are ET craft, I am enthused by the rejuvenation of UFO interest across the social environment.

It allows an open discussion among those hesitant, in the past, to talk about the randy mystery.

Stand by, as Kevin intuits; there is more to come…

RR

10 Comments:

  • Rich, I read Kevin's post. Too bad he had to soil it with linking to Tony Bragalia's work...I'm assuming that Tony has been granted a work release from the Ufology ruling tribunal.

    Funny how you have been posting, just recently, how ET visitations was "impossible" and "insane" to think of based on sheer distance which when I've read I silently nod my head. But now you seem to switch?

    I will speculate that should such thing as "disclosure" occur, 75 percent of the UFO/ET fanboys will collective shit themselves as they themselves probably never believed to begin with.

    For me, I see nothing nor know nothing. I will merely await the impending arrival of our new overlords...if "they" are that stupid to interact with the insanity on this planet.

    For you music buffs...from the 1990s alternative rock group Porno for Pyros, "We'll Make Great Pets."

    By Blogger Tim Hebert, at Thursday, May 30, 2019  

  • Tim:

    I thought I made clear that I'm still not disposed to see the things encountered by Navy pilots as ET aircraft.

    I'm sure those guys had contact with something, something we can call UFOs or anything else.

    But what, remains up for conjecture.

    The new UFO mania bolsters my days.....Yes, I'm in a state of ennui, so anything swizzy helps me get through the boredom.

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Thursday, May 30, 2019  

  • Tim and Rich;

    The most reasonable reporters are talking about a glitch in the radar system. Okay then. But is that a real "UFO" of any kind? I don't think so.

    Otherwise, all this media hype for a new Histrionics Channel show is the work of the usual raving ETHers: "They've Landed!" Kean, DeLonge and others on his money train.

    SOSDD

    By Blogger zoamchomsky, at Thursday, May 30, 2019  

  • Zoamster:

    You are right, of course. The ETHers are in "heaven" and those hoping to make a killing off the current mania -- a killing in money, a killing in recognition or pseudo-fame, a killing among the UFO and fringe crowds, et cetera -- are shouting from their rooftops.

    And news media, which needs a shot in the arm (being killed, also, but by social media) have jumped on the bandwagon.

    All that being said or acknowledged doesn't detract from the "news" that military pilots have and keep having contact with a weird something.

    Whatever that weird something is -- errant radar, a new kind of hallucination, the heebie-jeebies, whatever -- it offers a sidebar to the crazy political maelstrom here in the U.S.

    For that alone, the circus is worth a nickel.

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Thursday, May 30, 2019  

  • No, Rich, Zoam isn't right and is not to be given the benefit of the doubt. Radar glitch my gouted foot. Zoam, as you most surely know, there have been hundreds of gun camera films and radar confirmations going all of the way back to the classic 1952 sightings. What is leaking out now (for whatever reason) is only the slightest tip of the UFO iceberg, an iceberg of reports and data that have been staring everyone, including skeptics, in the face for decades. And if the ETH believers want to howl perhaps, for once, they may have something to howl about. Aliens in space ships? I doubt it. But something extra-ordinary that, so far, defies any conventional explanation.

    By Blogger Dominick, at Friday, May 31, 2019  

  • Dominick:

    I'm being sympathetic to Zoam and other skeptics -- those who discount UFOs altogether -- as their skepticism is in big trouble.

    We have to be kind to them; they're hurting.

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Friday, May 31, 2019  

  • @Zoam do you actually EVER bother READING any of this stuff before coming up with your lame, glib 'answers' - it was 'a' radar 'glitch'.

    As Tyler Rogoway has pointed out in various pieces for military/defence tech site 'The War Zone' there have been repeated and CONFIRMED MULTIPLE (sometimes daily) simultaneous airborne & shipborne radar targets which have also been registered and recorded by the F18 Super Hornet's infra-red & visual tracking systems (as seen in the 'tic-tac' video) including being targetted by the 4 infra-red detectors/emitters which are part of the Raytheon Sidewinder air-to-air missile array.

    To claim (on no good evidence whatsoever) that officially filed Naval reports of these multiple targets, which took place in military RESTRICTED air & sea space, some of which reportedly lasted 11 hours (an F18 can typically fly for an hour!) simultaneously & independently confirmed by separate air & shipborne state of the art 'scanning array' radar systems, the F18's infra-red & visual systems and the Sidewinder targeting system is both delusional & frankly BEYOND bonkers.

    This is credible SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE Zoam from official Military sources and accepted as such by experienced defence experts & commentators, not your 'I was abducted by Venusians from my council house in Wigan' brigade.

    Nor was this 'a'(singular) supposed 'glitch'. These are repeated, multiple targets confirmed by two SEPARATE scanning array radar systems, the F18s onboard visual & infra-red systems, the Sidewinder targetting array and the fighter pilots themselves. All just a 'glitch' - I mean, come on - seriously? That's the best you've got?

    To finish - here's Tyler Rogoway's conclusions from the evidence on 'The War Zone' - which is definitely NOT your usual 'woo-woo' paranormal site/UFO blog or New Age/Conspiracy site you'd normally expect to read such stuff - it's an industry respected 'nuts and bolts' military/defence tech news site, which (apart from numerous other issues) underlines the potentially seismic defence implications of this story:

    'Let me underline this again for you - the Nimitz encounter with the Tic Tac PROVED that exotic technology that is widely thought of as the domain of science fiction actually EXISTS. It is REAL.

    It isn't the result of altered perception, someone's lucid dream, a stray weather balloon, or swamp gas. Someone or something has crossed the technological Rubicon and has obtained what some would call the Holy Grail of aerospace engineering.

    This reality is very hard to process for many. There is always an out for some in the form of claiming an odd impromptu conspiracy or some hollow explanation that doesn't pass muster beyond the first paragraph, but in the end, it happened.

    As uncomfortable as that fact is, it's REALITY. So, we need to use this event as a lodestar going forward when it comes to evaluating and contemplating what is possible and where TRUTH actually lies.'

    The Case rests your Honour.

    By Blogger DrDee, at Friday, May 31, 2019  

  • Dee;

    The idea that the virtual "objects" seen in the videos is a glitch in the system has been proposed by the Pentagon itself because the reports began with the new system.

    And the completely separate few reports where pilots actually saw unknowns with their eyes for split seconds at a time--if it can be confirmed that they really saw anything at all--are no better than any other of the thousands of "UFO" reports made over decades. The human perceptual apparatus is grossly prone to error under unusual circumstances; and it has been shown repeatedly that pilots are the worst observers, the least reliable witnesses in such cases.

    It's also known that nearly everyone involved in this TV show is an old-time raving ETHer with some goofy new-agey contact-making space-brothers transcendental mindset.

    I would say that it couldn't get more laughably ridiculous, but there are some sad utterly naive and wishful creatures--the "marks" in this SCAM--who actually fall for this nonsense. Whatever their new-agey pretentions, DeLonge & Co are all about one thing, Dear Dee, MAKING MONEY!!! DeLonge's network of echoes and promoters is vast.

    Don't believe everything you see on TV, kiddo!

    By Blogger zoamchomsky, at Saturday, June 01, 2019  

  • I really felt like this last post was meant as a cheap shot.
    While it's true you could have an image glitch, along with a separate
    glitch with the new upgraded radar, you cannot square those with the
    apparently documented / reported infrared signal pickup from the missile.
    As is my understanding, the infrared signal lock is a somewhat isolated
    heat signature pickup, and not necessarily reflective of what the "faulty"
    radar was picking up.I challenge the sincerity and plausibility of your
    explanation there "kiddo"!

    By Blogger Dare_Devil, at Sunday, June 02, 2019  

  • @Dare_Devil - It's not a sincere or plausible 'explanation' - it's just a typical Zoam one - hahahahahahaha

    The supposed 'glitches' were repeatedly picked up (for hours at a time and over several days) by shipborne & airborne 'state of the art' scanning array radar systems (both of which operate in different frequencies & ranges) as well as the 4 infra-red cameras that are part of the Sidewinder air-to-air missile targetting/emitting system (as you rightly point out).

    This is in addition to visual contact & descriptions of the objects filed by the F18 pilots themselves in official reports.

    Zoam habitually insists (on no good evidence of course) that EVERY witness, EVERY piece of evidence, EVERY piece of military or civil equipment is WRONG & UFOs DON'T EXIST, despite evidence to the contrary.

    How he 'knows' this - or indeed why he bothers wasting both his & our time repeatedly insisting this (given that he already 'knows' he's 'right') is anyone's guess.

    He's a tedious, self-validating, one-trick pony, the sole occupant of his own dismal 'cast iron' echo-chamber.

    By Blogger DrDee, at Sunday, June 02, 2019  

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