We are completely lost.
The latest Pentagon documents, radiation burns, and unaccounted pregnancies are part of the side effects that are the result of close encounters with UFOs.
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The claims are the result of the FOIA request filed by The Sun.
Other injuries are nerve damage, neural issues, physical brain trauma, and tissue damage. People have been studying these flying objects for more than 70 years now.
The extraterrestrials have been visiting the planet for a long time, but I have always doubted these claims of abduction, pregnancy, implants, etc.
We will share more updates when we will have them, but, for now, check this out:
This disclosure shares reports on DIA’s research into biological effects of UFO sightings on humans.
And this includes burns, heart problems, sleep disturbances – and even bizarre occurrences such as “apparent abduction” and “unaccounted for pregnancy”. https://t.co/T7jpeuPG1z
— John H (@hpjohn1) April 6, 2022
A newly-released Pentagon report says witnesses who reported UFO sightings experienced injuries including brain problems and damaged nerves.https://t.co/E1NkvnKWoZ
— News 8 WROC (@News_8) April 6, 2022
Live Science reported:
Encounters with UFOs have reportedly left Americans suffering from radiation burns, brain and nervous system damage, and even “unaccounted for pregnancy,” according to a massive database of U.S. government reports recently made public through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.
“CE5s are close encounters resulting in permanent psychological injury or death.”
So the Pentagon has it’s own way of defining a CE5? I take it Steven Greer won’t be thrilled w/this.
Pentagon says UFOs have left people with radiation burns, brain damage https://t.co/5GkZdECtVh
— Cassandra Graham (@Cosmic_Mystery0) April 6, 2022
If there was ever any doubt that the Pentagon-funded DIRD reports were about UFOs, the preface to Dr Green’s report explicitly states that it was intended to study radiation and other injuries associates with CE-III-IV events to reverse engineer aspects of propulsion systems. pic.twitter.com/c2hT7NGkBs
— DisclosureTeam Liverpool (@DisclosureTLiv) February 15, 2020
The Sun added:
And the report – prepared for the DIA – warns that such objects may be a “threat to United States interests”.
Humans have been found to have been injured from “exposures to anomalous vehicles, especially airborne and when in close proximity”, it reads.
The report noted that often these injuries are related to electromagnetic radiation – and links them to “energy related propulsion systems”.