The U.S. Navy is now publicly acknowledging the existence of UFOs, and will put into fruition specific guidelines in reporting sightings due to some behind the scenes coercing from Tom DeLonge and Luis Elizondo’s To The Stars Academy Of Arts And Science.
The Navy provided this statement to the outlet that broke the story Politico.
“There have been a number of reports of unauthorized and/or unidentified aircraft entering various military-controlled ranges and designated air space in recent years," the Navy said to Politico. “For safety and security concerns, the Navy and the [U.S. Air Force] takes these reports very seriously and investigates each and every report. …the Navy is updating and formalizing the process by which reports of any such suspected incursions can be made to the cognizant authorities. A new message to the fleet that will detail the steps for reporting is in draft."
While the Navy did mention the U.S. Air Force, it is odd that the U.S. Navy is leading the charge here in terms of formulating these reports since assumption would be most UAP sightings take place in the sky where the Air Force holds jurisdiction.
The notion of USOs (underwater UFOs) is becoming more mainstream in the UFO field with the Nimitz incident becoming a hot-button topic among researchers. Also, the Catalina Islands are a long hub for UFO activity, and recently a rumored secret study was taking place in relation to it. Danny Silva of the Silva Record did a post wrapping up some of the more common USO cases.
In my latest book I take a look at why maybe we should be looking below rather to the sky.
“ With UFOs sighting common in the air around military bases and hot zones, another area where UFO sightings have commonly occurred, but not as mainstreamed, are by the water. Naval bases aren’t immune and UFO sightings at sea are growing. UFOs have been seen for years emerging from the depths of the ocean. There’s photo evidence of UFOs low over water before zipping off into the sky and plenty of testimonies from ex-military to go along with the sightings. The ideas of alien bases underwater shouldn’t be too far-fetched with their advanced technology and the theories that they are keeping an eye on the world’s military actions on land, air and sea.
One of the strangest and most-compelling cases of underwater UFOs is the Lake Baikal case in Siberia. The area has been a hot-spot for years with sightings of UFOs, strange glows from under the water and even a chilling underwater alien incident.
In 1982, seven military divers were reported to have encountered aliens complete with underwater helmets/apparatuses under the waters of Lake Baikal. The aliens were described to be in silver suits with just a helmet covering their heads. When the divers got close, the aliens acted aggressively, somehow projecting the men out of the water at a rapid rate and some died of decompression.
These stories and sightings are absolutely fascinating, and the next wave of UFO investigation should take place below the surface in the oceans, in addition to up in the skies.
"I believe that much of the evidence for ancient civilizations on this planet is now underwater," author David Hatcher Childress said. "There are over 200 known sunken cities in the Mediterranean. There are many more all over the world. In many ways, this is the search for Atlantis, since we don’t really have another name for an advanced civilization that is over 10,000 years old."
Remember DeLonge teasing on social media of an “unidentified craft was underwater and pinned against the North Atlantic coast by multiple nuclear attack submarines for over a week?”
This hopefully is all related and comes to light soon, but ultimately there has to be a specific reason the U.S. Navy is leading this charge on military reporting of UFOs. Only time will tell what that is exactly.
-By MIKE DAMANTE