Amid the pandemic, a “trance channeling” group from the 1980s has seen a resurgence online. But why now?
Canadian government officials are asking their U.S. counterparts about UFOs and nuclear security.
Once a month a small group gather in Sydney to discuss everything from UFOs to Extraterrestrials to Government Cover-Ups.
Unlike in the U.S., UFO reports in Canada pretty much get “shit-canned,” declassified files obtained by Motherboard show.
The new group will coordinate efforts across branches in an effort to figure out what, exactly, is flying around up there.
In 2011, a Canadian police officer reported seeing “an unidentified bright yellow and orange light” over Selkirk, Manitoba, and said they captured it on video. VICE World News has obtained dashcam footage.
According to UFO procedures obtained by VICE World News, Canada’s military refers reports of UFO sightings to a private company... and a civilian UFO researcher in Manitoba.
A July 30 report describes a “bright green flying object” that “flew into a cloud, then disappeared.”
In 1965 something crashed in the rural town of Kecksburg, Pennsylvania and kicked off a decades-long fight with the U.S. Government to learn the truth.
Nav Canada is sitting on 25 years of UFO evidence from pilots and the military.
Military officials say they have no real idea what’s going on, and need lots of money to find out.