By Nathan Lockley 24/6/21
At the time of writing, we are a day away from the release of the much anticipated pentagon report on UAPs. Many of the UFO community are not expecting much in the way of new information on the subject but are quietly hopeful. There are many people using their power, reputation, position and contacts to try to help get as much information out to the public as possible. Former Counterintelligence special agent Luis Elizondo, film maker Jeremy Corbell, former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defence for Intelligence Christopher Mellon and former United States Senator and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to name but a few.
If our assumptions are correct and we do not get much in the way of new information or new footage on the 120 cases allegedly included in the task force report, what happens next?
Well some of the names mentioned above have claimed that this report will be preliminary and that there will probably be more reports going forward and that the whole subject will continue to be investigated in a much more open and public way. Which on the surface sounds like a good thing. But we as a community seem to have a habit of distrust. Many people have claimed over the years to be trying to help us get disclosure on this subject. Hilary Clinton tried to use it to convince people to vote for her in the 2016 presidential election. Many others have claimed to be in powerful positions and have been caught lying. So there’s no wonder we don’t trust people claiming to be trying to help us. And many of these people also work or have worked for the same governments who have lied about this subject for decades.
But we still want disclosure. We still want the answers we have been asking for since Roswell and these people claim to want the same thing. Without disclosure we are still arguing over who’s theory is right and who’s is wrong. Still filling in the blanks between very few bits of real information with whatever suits our beliefs best. The danger there is that when the truth is finally revealed, many won’t believe it as it doesn’t fit into their theories.
We as a community and a family have been left to discuss this subject alone for decades, but now it has become a mainstream subject and is picking up pace. I feel that we need to put our own theories aside for now and keep up with where this path is taking us. If it’s a dead end, again, then we have lost nothing. We have gained the knowledge that UFOs are real. Fact. Not just another conspiracy theory. That in itself is a huge accomplishment I never thought I’d see. But if following this path isn’t a dead end and with the pace of information and claims picking up more and more every day we run the risk of being left behind by a subject we have spent years investigating. So it’s time to put aside our feelings of distrust and our theories about UFOs and where they come from and follow along with the rest of the world.
It could be that we learn nothing. It could all be a huge anticlimax and nothing ever comes from it.
But what if it isn’t? What if we learn everything we have wanted to know? The only way to accomplish this is to trust those who claim to be on our side. Who claim to want the truth and to trust the process, no matter how long it takes.