A recently surfaced FBI document dated March 22, 1950, has ignited fresh debates and discussions within the UFO community, courtesy of UFOlogist Scott C. Waring. Waring claims that this document, accessible via this source, provides undeniable evidence of the real Roswell UFO crash and the U.S. government's possession of extraterrestrial spacecraft, alien bodies, and alien technology. It even hints at the existence of a weapon capable of downing alien spacecraft.
Though it may sound incredible, Scott C. Waring insists that this FBI document contains crucial information that most people are unaware of, and even some revelations that surprised this seasoned UFO researcher. Here's a breakdown of the key points mentioned in the document:
1. Three UFOs were recovered in Roswell, New Mexico. This assertion aligns with the theories surrounding the famous Roswell incident in 1947.
2. Each UFO had three extraterrestrial pilots. This startling discovery suggests some form of organization among the extraterrestrial visitors.
3. Each extraterrestrial body appeared to be humanoid. This similarity to human beings raises questions about the origin and nature of these visitors.
4. Each body measured approximately 3 feet in height. This relatively small size contradicts stereotypes associated with extraterrestrials.
5. Each body was clothed in metallic fabric of very fine texture. The use of such attire by extraterrestrial beings is intriguing to researchers.
6. Each body was bandaged in a manner similar to the anti-radiation suits worn by speed flyers and test pilots. This discovery raises questions about the conditions in which these entities traveled.
7. Each UFO had a round (disk-shaped) form. This description corresponds to traditional UFO sightings.
8. Each UFO had raised centers. This physical feature could offer clues about the technology of these craft.
9. Each disk had a diameter of 50 feet (approximately 15.4 meters). These impressive proportions suggest advanced technology.
10. The U.S. government possesses a weapon capable of downing alien craft using powerful radar technology that interferes with the saucers' control mechanisms. If true, this claim opens an entirely new chapter in understanding government interactions with extraterrestrial visitors.
Waring also suggests that the radar technology experimented with by the U.S. Air Force at the time could have been microwave-based, potentially capable of disrupting certain types of electronics. He also speculates that the U.S. government may have used alien DNA to create entities resembling the well-known "greys" in a secret U.S. Air Force base beneath the Los Alamos National Laboratory. These alien soldiers are purportedly capable of advanced problem-solving abilities.
These revelations also echo claims made by Gary McKinnon, a British hacker, who purportedly found evidence on U.S. government computers indicating that American soldiers were working "off-world" and traveling in spaceships.
These pieces of information suggest that the U.S. Air Force has had access to extraterrestrial technology for over 70 years, potentially enabling the reverse engineering of these craft and the creation of light-speed capable vessels equipped with advanced weaponry.
Scott C. Waring's revelations raise countless questions about humanity's understanding of extraterrestrial phenomena and pave the way for further exploration of the mysteries of the universe. One thing is certain: interest in UFOs and extraterrestrial life remains unwavering, and disclosures like these only serve to fuel more curiosity and inquiry.