Calling the existence of aliens “the biggest story of the year” may actually be underselling it a bit.

In fact, the US government verifying (or at least strongly suggesting) that not only do aliens exist but that we also have some of their technology may be the biggest story of…well, EVER.

Since the dawn of man, there hasn’t been a soul that hasn’t looked up at the stars and wondered if we were alone in the universe.

We wondered if the existence of life on earth was the norm or an anomaly in the cosmos.

We’ve seen proof through the ages that earlier man pondered the subject too, indicated by the art and artifacts that they left behind.

The Egyptians and Mayans both have depictions of what appear to be aliens in their hieroglyphs, as do the Chinese.

There are some that claim that most ancient structures in the world were built or designed by otherworldly beings, but there’s always been substantial doubt.

People tend to try and explain things they don’t understand as supernatural or tricks of the mind.

It makes sense, as any technology that far beyond our comprehension would be equated to magic if we didn’t understand it.

If we were to go back in time even 500 years ago and show the humans of the 1500s a simple quartz watch, the technology would be no different to them than sorcery.

So, the same logic applies when thinking about whether aliens actually exist or not. We’d really need to take a closer look at the myths and legends of our ancestors, determining what could be the truth and what was simply created by the minds of people who didn’t understand what they were looking at.

Aliens EXIST: The Pentagon’s Push For Transparency


We might not need to wonder anymore. Aliens DO exist and we have proof—at least according to what’s been admitted by Pentagon officials.

Back in March, an astrophysicist named Eric W. Davis, a long-time consultant for the Department of Defense’s UFO program, gave a classified briefing on what he called “off-world vehicles not made on this earth.”

“Off-world vehicles not made on this earth” has an ominous ring to it, doesn’t it?

So, UFOs…alien technology.

But Davis isn’t the only former official coming forward to discuss what the Pentagon has been investigating.

Luis Elizondo, the ex-director of the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, told the New York Times that the new program, the Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon Task Force, is moving toward an era of “transparency.”

He said, “It no longer has to hide in the shadows,” perhaps referring to the reports earlier this year of the unidentified aerial “tic-tac” that made the rounds before the pandemic hit

In the Times article, they say people like Davis and Elizondo are “among a small group of former government officials and scientists with security clearances who, without presenting physical proof, say they are convinced that objects of undetermined origin have crashed on earth with materials retrieved for study.”

So, yes…

This is basically current and ex-officials from our own federal government admitting that we are indeed investigating UFOs and studying what could be alien tech.

And yet, in all this, the ENTIRE mainstream media is focused on the election, the pandemic, and the riots. In the insanity that is 2020, reports of aliens were just shrugged off and glossed over.

Why Is Mainstream Media IGNORING This Story?

Doesn’t this seem strange to you?

What is going on here?

Why isn’t this the number one story all over the world?

Could it be that they strategically came forward now while the world is otherwise distracted with more pressing matters?

Or could it be that things have been exaggerated and escalated to bury this story in the news cycle?

It’s baffling that more people aren’t talking about this…

However, here we are, being kept in the dark again—even though they’ve already let the cat out of the bag.

What this should tell us is that nothing is changing yet when it comes to the secrets of the Deep State…

We can only hope that change comes soon.

And for now, I guess we should just be happy that Arthur C. Clarke was wrong.


“I’m sure the universe is full of intelligent life. It’s just been too intelligent to come here.” ― Arthur C. Clarke