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The US Pentagon admits to possess UFO wreckage, scientific test released

The US Defense Intelligence Agency has admitted to having numerous metal pieces of UFOs in its possession.The study of these futuristic objects will allow scientists to create "metamaterials", mentioned in the documents, whose incredible properties could revolutionize medicine, communications and defense.

Nella foto: Robert Bigelow, della Bigelow Aerospace, che avrebbe usufruito di buona parte dei fondi neri di 22 milioni di dollari per la ricerca sugli UFO / UAP
In the photo: Robert Bigelow would have used a good part of the 22 million dollars for UFO / UAP research

February 2021

Original statement by Anthony Bragalia:

Defense Intelligence Agency letter and UFO material analysis: here

By Pablo Ayo and Maurizio Baiata

It's official: the DIA, the Pentagon's Defense Intelligence Agency, or the defense headquarters of the United States Government, has admitted to having in its possession materials from UFOs (today called UAPs, Unidentified Airborne Phenomena).The metal fragments in defense custody would have been analyzed at length by a series of scientists, giving way to the study of new and futuristic technological components with incredible properties, defined as "Metamaterials".

the US Defense admits to being in possession of recovered UFO / UAP derived technological material and documentation relating to analyzes and applications under the AATIP program (Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program) and that the defense contractor, Bigelow Aerospace ofLas Vegas, Nevada is in possession of the material.

It is learned from news disclosed in recent days (with generic date February 2021) from the UFO Explorations site of the American researcher Anthony Bragalia. Thanks to the FOIA (Freedom of Information Act), the decree that allows to obtain government documents classified up to the Top Secret, a few days ago Bragalia received an incredible response from the DIA: "An astounding admission by the Government of the United to possess UFO scrap was recently made in response to a request from the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) submitted more than three years ago by the undersigned "declares Bragalia" In a response letter, the US Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) has put an end to decades of speculation, admitting to be in possession of material actually recovered from some UFOs (now officially called UAP, Unidentified Aerial Phenomena) ». Some of this material, explains Bragalia, was deposited with a defense contractor for analysis and archiving in "specialized facilities".

Metallo di un presunto UFO, in possesso della To The Star Academy, composto da magnesio e bismuto
Metal from an alleged UFO, in possession of To The Star Academy, composed of magnesium and bismuth

In the letter received by Bragalia, the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) responded to his request for information regarding the results of tests carried out on Bigelow Aerospace's UAP (UFO) material. The research in the DIA systems has identified five documents (154 pages) responding to the request and, appropriately declassified by Top Secret, are contained in a pdf document that has reached Bragalia as an attachment. A fundamental point needs to be clarified: many documents that met the specifications of Bragalia's FOIA request remain at the moment in the archives of the DIA for reasons of secrecy (see attached the FOIA request signed by Bragalia and the response of the Pentagon). But the substance does not change: the US Defense admits to being in possession of technological material derived from recovered UFOs and UAPs and documentation relating to analyzes and applications under the ATIP program (Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program) and that the contractor of the defense (Bigelow Aerospace in Las Vegas, Nevada) has archived (is in possession of) the material.

The qualities of the Metamaterials analyzed by the US Defense are extraordinary: they mention materials capable of "slowing down the light" or inducing invisibility by manipulating refraction, capable of "compressing electromagnetic energy" or possessing a "tunable resonance".

La lettera di risposta della DIA a Bragalia
The DIA's letter of reply to Bragalia

The qualities of the Metamaterials analyzed by the US Defense, of which it is possible to read a summary in the notes, are extraordinary: for example, we mention materials capable of "slowing down the light" or inducing invisibility by manipulating refraction, reflectivity and increasing the absorption of light. . Reports use terms such as "optical isolation" and "transparency" referring to "MetaMirror" technology (This implies the ability to render something that cannot be seen and / or detected by radar, scanning or imaging). Materials that can "compress electromagnetic energy" have a "tunable resonance" that was probably "determined during manufacture". The document refers to many interesting technical applications, but not yet commercially available, to materials that will change the way our lives are lived in the future. Materials obtained from unidentified flying objects, in the possession of the United States Government and, as Bragalia points out, possibly connected to the Roswell incident, New Mexico 1947. All this cannot fail to bring to mind the book "The Day After Roswell" by late US Army Colonel Philip James Corso. For example, the extraordinary qualities of scrap in "memory metal" described by him and witnessed by Colonel Jesse Marcel Jr. But we will talk about it elsewhere and now we necessarily take a step back.


Anthony Bragalia sends an official request to the DIA (Defense Intelligence Agency) requesting any documents relating to UFO / UAP fragments in the possession of the United States Government, metallic or otherwise, including those resulting from precipitated UFOs, ejected materialfrom UFOs, debris etc.In particular, the researcher asks - in addition to a complete list of the fragments and the names of government agencies or private contractors that guarded them - also the documents describing their appearance, quantity, origin and above all the analyzes of their chemical and physical characteristics.

Il Senatore Harry Reid
Il Senatore Harry Reid

Bragalia's letter specified that it was referring to recent statements by US Senator Harry Reid (opposite) and former Defense Department officer Luis Elizondo. Reid and Elizondo are brought up by Bragalia in reference to sensational news that flared up in the media in 2017. Even the New York Times covered them, which at the time in a long December 16 article entitled Glowing Auras and 'Black Money': The Pentagon's Mysterious UFO Program, specified the following: WASHINGTON - In the Defense Department's $ 600 billion annual budget, the $ 22 million spent on the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program was nearly impossible to find. And that was how the Pentagon wanted it. For years, the program has been investigating reports of unidentified flying objects, according to Department of Defense officials and interviews with program participants and recordings obtained by the New York Times. It was run by a military intelligence officer, Luis Elizondo, who worked on the fifth floor of the Pentagon's C-ring, deep in the building's maze. The shadow program - parts of it remain confidential - began in 2007 and was initially largely funded at the request of Harry Reid, the Nevada Democrat who was the Senate majority leader at the time and has long had a interest in spatial phenomena. Most of the money went to an aerospace research company run by billionaire entrepreneur and longtime friend of Mr. Reid, Robert Bigelow, who is currently working with NASA to produce expandable aircraft for humans to use in space. In fact, part of the 22 million was used to expand the hangars of Bigelow Aerospace in Las Vegas, Nevada. Hangar which, according to Luis Elizondo, had to be enlarged in order to better house the "metal finds" coming from UFOs. From the photos it is clear that buildings covering approximately 6000 square meters have been added (photo).

Gli edifici della Bigelow Aerospace di Las Vegas prima e dopo i lavori di ampliamento
The Bigelow Aerospace buildings in Las Vegas before and after the expansion works

Robert Bigelow
Robert Bigelow

On CBS's 60 Minutes program in May, Mr. Bigelow (pictured) said he was "absolutely convinced" that aliens exist and that UFOs have visited Earth.Working with Mr. Bigelow's Las Vegas-based company, the program produced documents describing sightings of planes that appeared to be moving at very high speeds with no visible signs of propulsion, or hovering with no apparent means of lifting.Mr. Reid, who withdrew from Congress this year, said he was proud of the program."It doesn't embarrass me, nor do I regret doing this," said Mr. Reid in a recent interview in Nevada."I think it's one of the best things I've ever done while serving in Congress. I've done something no one has ever done before."


So, according to the news, the company run by billionaire Robert Bigelow has received large sums of money from the US Department of Defense to study the phenomenon and deal with the "metal alloys" of UFOs.

Luis Elizondo
Luis Elizondo

Luis Elizondo (pictured), who "officially" resigned from Defense in October 2017, then formed a UFO research group called "To The Stars Academy" together with former Blink 182 singer Tom DeLonge. Don't think that the group formed by a former rocker and a former Pentagon is a crazy acolyte. It includes high-level scientists already involved with government structures and aerospace industries, such as dr. Hal Puthoff, physicist, researcher and consultant to the Pentagon, NASA and Defense, super remote vision expert, or Jim Semivan, expert in countering weapons of mass destruction with 25 years of experience in the CIA Directorate of Operations. And again, dr. Norm Kahn, former CIA expert on the Biological Weapons Program, or Chris Herndon, director of Information Technology at the White House. The list goes on. With the (black) funds for UFO / UAP research guaranteed by Senator Reid drained, at the end of the program, several characters connected to large American entities gathered in the team To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science (TTSA), obtaining interesting results above all with regard to the chemical and physical analyzes on alleged UFO material, metallic samples with surprising qualities defined as "Metamaterials".

Their July 2019 article specified that "TTSA had acquired several pieces of Metamaterials and an archive of initial analysis and research for the ADAM (Acquisition and Data Analysis of Materials) research project, an academic research program focused on the exploitation of materials exotic for technological innovation. The objects, which had previously been stored and studied by investigative journalist Linda Moulton Howe and are said to have come from an advanced aerospace vehicle of unknown origin, would have enabled TTSA to conduct rigorous scientific assessments to determine their function and possible applications. "The structure and composition of these materials are not from any existing military or commercial application," says Steve Justice, current executive director of TTSA and former chief of advanced systems at Lockheed Martin. “… In some cases, the manufacturing technology needed to manufacture the material is only now becoming available, but the material has been in documented possession since the mid-1990s. We currently have more samples of material being analyzed by contracted laboratories and we plan to extend the scope of this study. If the claims associated with these assets can be validated and substantiated, then we can aim for commercial and military use of this technology, "adds Justice." As stated in our October 2017 TTSA launch, the technologies of these materials us they would allow us to design the metrics of spacetime and would guarantee us capabilities that would radically alter civilization, with revolutionary changes in transport, communications and computing "."


In summary, the TTSA is a group that claims to be independent, but instead has strong ties with the US government and the defense apparatus.So much so that, in an article of October 17, 2019, the War Zone newspaper wrote: "The United States army has confirmed that it has signed a cooperative research and development agreement with former Blink 182 frontman Tom DeLonge (pictured) of the To The Stars Academy, best known for its investigative activities on UFO sightings, today referred to as unidentified aerial phenomena or UAP.

L'ex popstar Tom DeLonge
The former popstar Tom DeLonge

This new agreement covers research on metamaterials and other high-tech fields bordering the realm of science fiction. … TTSA announced the Cooperative Research and Development (CRADA) agreement with the US Army Combat Capability Development Command (CCDC)… The CCDC Public Affairs Office, located at the Detroit Arsenal, military site of Warren, Michigan, later confirmed to The War Zone that this CRADA exists and will be responsible for operations. … The goal is for Army researchers to work directly with TTSA personnel in exploring various high-tech developments. " It is clear that this release of material on UFOs or UAPs, if you prefer, is just the umpteenth episode of a disclosure process that began about four years ago with the dissemination of three videos on US Navy fighters chasing a UFO. We now believe absolutely certain that there is a specific project by the US military authorities to acclimate the general public to the existence of extraterrestrial intelligences on our planet, little by little.


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