I have indicated and documented from various sources about UFO,Alien Life Forms and cover up by NASA.
Recently a CIA Officer(retired)had gone on record confirming the Roswell incident.
Please refer my blogs under Videos/Astrophysics for more information on this subject.
Now information has come that Tony Blair demanded MOD briefing on Alien Life forms on.
- New government files released today detail 30 years of UFO sightings
Clouds and an Unidentified Flying Object (Photo credit: scismgenie)
- A policeman saw a yellow object at the FA Cup quarter final in 1999
- A West Wales hotelier saw a UFO land and silver suited ‘humanoids’ get out
- The London Olympics is prime time for UFOs to appear says UFO expert
Former prime minister Tony Blair received a briefing about UFOs from the Ministry of Defence because of his concerns over the disclosure of classified information on alien life-forms.
Downing Street requested the advice for the PM in 1998 as the Freedom of Information Act was being introduced, which allowed the public to obtain information on alien mysteries.
Mr Blair’s concerns were raised after he received a letter from a member of the public referring to a ‘cover-up’ and asking him to make UFO reports and other information available.
According to The Daily Telegraph, Mr Blair sought advice from the MOD for their policy on the issue.
He was told by staff at the ministry that it has ‘only a limited interest in UFO matters’ but that they ‘ remained open-minded’ about ‘extraterrestrial life forms’.
Details of the briefing emerged yesterday ahead of today’s release of files by the Government of more than 6,700 pages detailing seemingly close encounters with UFOs over the last 30 years.
Among a series of UFO sightings in the files is a policeman’s report of a mystery cluster of lights darting across the sky during an FA Cup replay between Chelsea and Manchester United.
The mounted officer’s claims to have seen the bright object hovering over Stamford Bridge in March 1999 for almost 15 seconds, slowly changing shape, were corroborated by a colleague.
The ‘credible witness report’ is one of a series investigated by the Ministry of Defence, whose top-secret files are being released in sections by the National Archives following the closure of the ministry’s UFO desk in 2009.
One confidential 1995 report by the defence official responsible for manning the desk says the presence of extra-terrestrial lifeforms is ‘possible’, although there is ‘no direct evidence’.
It also speculates on the reasons why aliens may be visiting Earth, including for military reconnaissance, scientific research, or just to enjoy the scenery and partake in some tourism.
A Smithsonian-associated museum is displaying an item it says is an ‘authentic alien artifact’ from a 1986 alleged UFO crash in Russia.
The National Atomic Testing Museum in Las Vegas unveiled an exhibit titled Area 51: Myth or Reality, which presents historical records of the U.S. military site that has long been called the most secret place on Earth.
Among the items is a series of small bits of debris from an incident known as the Russian Roswell.
A clear glass case displays glassy spheres that are debris from a red sphere that streaked over the Russian mining town of bits of metal in vials that streaked over the town of Dalnegorsk and crashed into Mount Izvestkovayaon January 29 1986.
The exhibits description of the debris reads: ‘Three Soviet academic centers and 11 research institutes analyzed the objects from this UFO crash. The distance between atoms is different from ordinary iron. Radar cannot be reflected from the material.’
‘Elements in the material may disappear and new ones appear after heating. One piece disappeared completely in front of four witnesses. The core of the material is composed of a substance with anti-gravitational properties.’
The debris was given to Las Vegas TV reporter George Knapp, who was the first American to visit the Russian crash site in 1990.
Located 80 miles north of Las Vegas, Area 51 was used by the military to test spy planes like the U2 and A-12 during the 1950s and 60s.
Now the exhibit examines the long-held belief that the military tested captured alien aircraft at the site as well as the remains of extraterrestrials that reportedly crashed outside of Roswell, New Mexico in 1947.
‘The CIA declassified most of the records on Area 51 up through the late ’60s and early ’70s,’ Allan Palmer, the museum’s CEO and executive director, told The Huffington Post.
‘Now we know a lot more about it and can present some of the really true stories that happened out there,’ he added. ‘And we feel a bit of an obligation to tell the larger story about the public’s perception of Area 51, which runs right into aliens, UFOs and extraterrestrial time travel, and those kind of things.’