Do UFOs exist, it seems, what is not known for sure is, where they come from and who are their crew members.
The phenomenon of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) has given rise to all kinds of studies and theories, although to date nothing has been scientifically proven or supported. However, without a doubt, this is a topic of conversation and study that generates millions of dollars each year, not in vain many people around the world have been enriched by devoting much of their lives to profit from this topic.
The United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has declassified 10 important documents on the UFO phenomenon, and put them online so that anyone can consult them for free and without restrictions.
Do UFOs exist? Ask the CIA
The documents date from the 1940s and 1950s, the so-called “golden age of UFO sightings“, and involve investigations ranging from alleged falls of flying objects, to the discovery of items said not to belong to our planet, to the very famous (and alleged) autopsy of an alien being.
The archives had been originally declassified in 1978, the detail was that in order to consult them you needed to travel to Maryland, ask for authorization to use one of the four computers in the U.S. National Archives in College Park, and also do it between 9 am and 4:30 pm on the assigned day. But finally, after many years of waiting, the CIA is now making these documents available online to anyone with Internet access.
The documents are part of the ‘FOIA UFO‘ collection, and the CIA itself divides them into two segments: those aimed at believers in the UFO phenomenon, and those aimed at all those who are skeptical of this issue:
- Report on flying saucers over eastern Germany, 1952.
- Minutes of the UFO Section Chiefs Meeting, 1952
- Report on flying saucers over Spain and North Africa, 1952
- Reports on flying saucer surveys, 1952
- Report on flying saucers over uranium mines in the Belgian Congo, 1952
- Scientific Advisory Panel on Unidentified Flying Objects, 1953
- Office Memorandum on Flying Saucers, 1949
- Memorandum to the Director of the CIA on Flying Saucers, 1952
- Meeting of the OSI UFO Advisory Group, 1953
- Memorandum for the registration of flying saucers, 1952
Do you have time to spare? Well, there are over 12 million documents to consult
Now, if you like this topic, the CIA has a tool called CREST (CIA Records Search Tool), which became public in 2017 and is a search engine for declassified CIA files. Thanks to this tool, you can find more than 12 million documents of all kinds, classified among investigations, reports and simple letters with perhaps no major relevance.
In all this material, there is a great amount of documents ideal for historians, enthusiasts, fans of paranormal phenomena and wars. For example, within everything that can be consulted, there is the US database on the assassination of Fidel Castro, details about the war crimes carried out by the Nazis, various reports of UFO sightings, a study on human telepathy dubbed “Project Star Gate“, as well as internal CIA documents detailing clandestine projects very famous among “conspiracy theorists”, such as the controversial ‘MK Ultra‘ project.
For those who don’t like to read, there is the video option
Since 2017, about 750 nuclear test films that were declassified by the U.S. government have been digitized. It is estimated that each and every one of the nuclear tests was filmed and there are more than 10,000 films that were stored in secret vaults across the country. Today, all this information is being made available to anyone. In fact, just on Youtube you can find an average of 200 videos of these nuclear tests.
For sure, there is much more information that still remains far from public view, however, the final question to ask is, why is the CIA no longer interested in keeping this information classified as secret? Could it be that the time is coming for people to know the whole truth about the UFO phenomenon? Do UFOs exist?, only time will tell.