Former US Intelligence Official Claims Aliens Exist Under Oath


In a recent congressional committee hearing, a former US intelligence official, David Grusch, claimed under oath that aliens exist and that the US government has been running a secret program to retrieve non-human spacecraft since the 1930s. Grusch further stated that the government had also recovered bodies. Although he lacked personal experience with UFOs or alien bodies, Grusch asserted that he had spoken with 40 individuals with knowledge of such incidents, leaving some questions unanswered due to classified information.

Grusch’s testimony was accompanied by a retired Navy commander, David Fravor, who recounted his 2004 encounter with a mysterious object resembling a “40ft flying Tic Tac.” This object displayed extraordinary movements defying known physics. The hearing left an impression on representatives, especially those who were already skeptical of the Pentagon. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a Democrat, emphasised the committee’s commitment to protecting whistleblowers.

The emergence of credible figures making such claims has given hope to UFO enthusiasts, signalling a shift in the perception of the subject. In the past, discussions about extraterrestrial life were considered fringe conspiracies, but now prominent politicians have advocated for more transparency on the matter. Recent years have seen increased public interest in UFOs, partly due to leaked military videos and reports from US navy pilots on strange encounters.

The possibility of alien life has even entered the realm of respected cosmologists, such as Avi Loeb from Harvard. Loeb speculates on the existence of life beyond Earth, pointing to the object ‘Oumuamua, which passed through the solar system in 2017 and raised questions due to its peculiar trajectory. He collects spherules from an ocean expedition this year, investigating if they might be an interstellar object.

While Loeb’s confidence and speculations have garnered attention, the absence of direct evidence remains a challenge for the field. Scientists agree on the necessity of further research and exploration. Efforts to search for alien life have evolved, focusing on bio-signatures and techno-signatures that may indicate life or advanced technology.

The UFO community eagerly awaits more discoveries, but skepticism persists. Some believe that the lack of evidence may suggest that technological civilisations are rare in the universe. Others warn against jumping to conclusions without concrete evidence.

In the quest for answers, logical reasoning is essential. Questions arise about the concentration of UFO sightings in the US, the plausibility of a long-term alien cover-up, and the ability to reverse-engineer advanced alien technology. Astrophysicists argue that the vast age difference between Earth and potentially advanced alien civilisations could make their motives and intentions incomprehensible to us.

The fascination with UFOs and the possibility of alien life continues, and advancements in scientific research, along with more transparent disclosures from governments, might hold the key to unraveling this enduring mystery. Until then, the search for extraterrestrial intelligence remains a captivating yet enigmatic pursuit.