CNN Reports Hastings Panel’s Conclusions
Thanks to Chris for the link. The significance of this CNN video is that it may just be the first time a mainstream media outlet has covered, without sarcasm, reports of intentional, sophisticated action of an extraterrestrial force aimed at and threatening terrestrial military facilities.
It does not simply discuss lights in the sky, but talks about what the aims and intentions of the galactic personnel manning the vehicles may have been.
We are past the era, then, in which people say, “Well, I dunno. I hate to say it was for sure an alien space craft.” These witnesses not only acknowledge them to be alien space craft, but give their opinions, bluntly stated, on what the aliens inside them were probably doing.
In a world in which the use of words signifies progress, this panel’s news conference represents great strides. They have provided a bridge between the timid UFO reports of the past and UFO Disclosure in the future.
The CNN video extract from the Hastings Panel news conference today can be seen at:
Robert Hastings, UFO researcher and chairman of the panel, was quoted as saying:
“Declassified U.S. Government documents and witness testimony from former or retired U.S. military personnel confirm beyond any doubt the reality of ongoing UFO incursions at nuclear weapons sites. When I say UFOs, the witnesses have described these crafts as disk-shaped or cylindrical-shaped, or spherical. These objects are capable of both hovering or high-velocity flight, usually completely silently.
“Over the past 37 years, I have personally located and interviewed more than 120 of these former or retired military personnel, all of whom report UFO incidents at one of more of the following locations – nuclear missile sites, nuclear weapons storage areas, and nuclear weapons test sites in Nevada and the Pacific during the era of atomic atmospheric testing. …
“I believe, these gentlemen believe, that this planet is being visited by beings from another world who, for whatever reason, have taken an interest in the nuclear arms race which began at the end of World War II.
“Regarding the missile shutdown incidents, my opinion, their opinion, is that whoever are aboard these craft are sending a signal to both Washington and Moscow, among others, that we are playing with fire, that the possession and threatened use of nuclear weapons potentially threats the human race and the integrity of the planetary environment.”
The video also included a snippet of testimony from Robert Salas, former USAF captain, who witnessed the shutdown of ten missiles at Malmstrom AFB, and Bruce Fenstermacher, retired USAF captain, who witnessed a UFO incident at Warren AFB in Cheyenne, Wyoming, equipped with Minutemen missiles. Note that Cheyenne was at the time the location of a strategic air command center. The titles change so rapidly that I would not venture to name exactly which one it was at the time.
After this report, I do not see how CNN, at least, can go back to ridiculing UFO reports. The presentation was simply too credible and Hastings’ summation of it too serious to ignore. I believe the era of attributing UFO sightings to marsh gas and similar phenomena is now over.