Every CIA UFO document is now available for public download and is pretty insane. The news comes after it was revealed that the United States government has (now less than) 180 days to provide the public with all of their information about UFOs. The COVID-19 collective bill is responsible for the huge volume of UFO documents, and the CIA is getting a head start by claiming it is “all” they have, more than 700 documents from the 1970s.
The Black Vault, “a clearinghouse for released documents,” supplies the world with the CIA’s UFO documents. All documents are available for free download and are in PDF format. However, not all of them are very easy to decipher, which many believe is intended. While the CIA was giving up “all” information about unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP), they were not making it easy for the Black Vault, according to the site’s founder, John Greenewald Jr. He had this to say.
“About 20 years ago, I had been fighting for years to get additional UFO records released from the CIA. It was like pulling teeth! I went around with them to try and eventually get it. I received a big one Box of a few thousand pages and I had to scan them on one side at a time. “
John Greenewald Jr. had to hand-scan each UFO document from a CD-ROM provided by the CIA. It is unclear why the CIA is still using CD-ROM technology. If that wasn’t enough, some of the documents were in a different outdated format. Greenewald Jr. says, “Researchers and the curious prefer simplicity and accessibility when looking at data dumps like this,” but the CIA has decided to make this a challenge. Read what Greenewald Jr. had to say about his assignment below.
“The CIA has made it INCREDIBLY difficult to use their records appropriately. They offer a format that is very out of date (multi-page .tif) and text file outputs that are largely unusable and that I think will be used by humans are supposed to be a ‘search tool’. In my opinion, this outdated format makes it very difficult for socialmediagossips to see the documents and use them for research purposes. “
While the CIA UFO documents are welcome, this is just the beginning. Many of the documents still contain classified information that will hopefully be lifted when the 180 days of the COVID-19 collective invoice have expired. In one of the documents that got a lot of attention, the Assistant Assistant Director of Science and Technology (A / DDS & T) was shown “something related to a UFO that was carried by his hand” in the 1970s. He then decided he would look into the matter personally, but the rest of the report is classified.
There has been a lot of news in the world of UFOs over the past year. The Department of Defense eventually released some UFO videos that Tom DeLonges To the Stars Academy previously posted. There has also been an increase in sightings, including one in Oahu just before New Years Eve. As of this writing, the CIA has not spoken publicly about its latest document dump or the future of UFO reports. The interview with John Greenewald Jr. was originally conducted by Vice.