A new report has been released by the Pentagon outlining investigations into the health impact on humans who have had encounters with UFOs.
The 1,574-page report titled ‘Anomalous Acute And Subacute Field Effects on Human and Biological Tissues’ was obtained by The Sun from the US Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) as part of a Freedom of Information request.
‘Sufficient incidents/accidents have been accurately reported, and medical data acquired, as to support a hypothesis that some advanced systems are already deployed, and opaque to full US understandings,’ reads the report from the now-defunct Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program (AATIP).
AATIP was a secret investigatory effort funded by the United States Government to study unidentified flying objects (UFOs) or -as they prefer to call them – unexplained aerial phenomena (UAP).
The program ran from 2007 to 2012 and came to light in 2017 when the New York Times obtained military footage that showed unidentified aircraft moving in highly unusual ways.
The Sun claims the report included 42 cases from medical files and 300 cases in which people claim to have been injured following ‘anomalous’ encounters.
Some of these injuries appeared to be the result of electromagnetic radiation or inflicted by ‘energy related propulsion systems’.
The existence of the report was revealed by whistleblower and former head of the program, Luis Elizondo.
Among the various claims in the document, the most bizarre ones included alleged injuries to ‘human observers by anomalous advanced aerospace systems’, an ‘apparent abduction’ and even an ‘unaccounted-for pregnancy’.
While the report seems to be official, it also contains reports of ‘poltergeists, crop circles, spontaneous human combustion, alien abductions and other paranormal events’, which make it seem less reliable.
According to The Sun, the report also has mentions of ‘ghosts, yetis, spirits, elves and other mythical/legendary entities’, giving more reason to be sceptical about its contents.
In 2021, the US government released a comprehensive report on documented cases of UFOs or ‘Unidentified Aerial Phenomena’ (UAP) as they called it.
The 9-page report reviewed 120 incidents recorded by US military and government did not confirm anything about UFO other than they might be airborne clutter, natural atmospheric phenomena or aerial crafts from adversaries like China or Russia.
The public report marked the first time the American government fully admitted there are things in the sky it can’t explain.
In 2020, US lawmakers added a provision to the Intelligence Authorization Act, which forced the government to compile a report on what it knows about UFOs by, at the latest, 25 June.
While the contents of the latest report don’t seem to provide any credible proof of the existence of aliens or UFOs, the fact that the US government is invested in studying these instances of ‘unidentified aerial phenomena’ is significant.
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