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A secret space program was created for United Nations members states in the early 1990s that had agreed to cooperate for an alien invasion, according to the latest startling revelation by whistleblower, Corey Goode. He discloses, in his newly released Cosmic Disclosure Gaiam TV interview, more details about the United Nations space program, which he had earlier briefly discussed in an email interview, as a NATO-type space program called the “Global Galactic League of Nations.” Goode says that the origins of the secret UN space program can be dated to the 1980s, with President Ronald Reagan’s statements concerning the need for global cooperation to prepare for an alien threat.
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Reagan recounted the sighting to Norman C. Miller, then Washington bureau chief for the Wall Street Journal. Reagan told Miller, “We followed it for several minutes. It was a bright white light. We followed it to Bakersfield, and all of a sudden to our utter amazement it went straight up into the heavens.” When Miller expressed some doubt, a “look of horror came over [Reagan]. It suddenly dawned on him . . . that he was talking to a reporter.” Immediately afterward, according to Miller, Reagan “clammed up.”
The number of UFO sightings remains sky high, according to a study by a Canadian research organization based in Winnipeg.
The group released its analysis of more than 1,100 reports of UFOs in 2013 on Tuesday.
Among its findings were: There were 1,180 UFO sightings reported in Canada in 2013, or about three each day; The number of cases in 2013 is the second-highest number of UFO sightings recorded in Canada during the last 25 years; The 1,180 UFO cases reported in 2013 is much less than the peak year of 2012, when almost 2,000 reports were recorded. This was likely an anomaly due to many people who were excited about the so-called “end of the world” in 2012 according to the Mayan Calendar, and reporting many lights and objects as UFOs; In 2013, Ontario had more than 40% of all Canadian UFO reports; In 2013, about 14% of all UFO reports were classified as unexplained; The typical UFO sighting in 2013 lasted approximately 13 minutes; and results of this study show that many people continue to report unusual objects in the sky, and some of these objects do not have obvious explanations.
Many witnesses are pilots, police and other individuals with reasonably good observing capabilities and good judgement.
The report gives several theories on why the number or sightings remains high.
They include: “More UFOs are present and physically observable by witnesses; more secret or classified military exercises and overflights are occurring over populated areas; more people are unaware of the nature of conventional or natural objects in the sky; more people are taking the time to observe their surroundings; more people are able to report their sightings with easier access to the Internet and portable technology; or even that the downturn in the economy is leading to an increased desire by some people to look skyward for assistance.
The group stated in its release that the overall trend of increasing yearly numbers of UFO reports suggests a need for further examination of the phenomenon by social, medical and/or physical scientists.
The study can be accessed at: http://survey.canadianuforeport.com
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