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Pentagon files reveal UFO 'radiation burns' and 'unexpected pregnancies'

By T.K. Randall
April 6, 2022 · Comment icon 114 comments

The Pentagon investigated multiple UFO encounters. Image Credit: PD - Comfreak / Pixabay
A cache of 1,500 declassified documents has revealed a wide range of symptoms from UFO experiencers.
The files, which were obtained through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, contain records collected by the government's secretive Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP).

The request was filed by UK tabloid 'The Sun' and took over four years to be fulfilled.

According to the paper, the files include dozens of reports on the biological effects and injuries experienced by individuals who had encountered UFOs (or "anomalous vehicles").

Among these 300 cases were instances of unexplained radiation burns caused by some form of "energy related propulsion system."
Individuals believed to have strayed too close to the "anomalous vehicles" also suffered from brain damage, nerve damage, headaches and heart palpitations.

One report, which looked into UFO sightings collected by MUFON, recorded additional symptoms ranging from paralysis to "unexpected pregnancy."

There were also references to telepathic communication, alien abduction, levitation and teleportation.

It concluded that there was evidence "to support a hypothesis that some advanced systems are already deployed, and opaque to full US understandings."

Source: Live Science | Comments (114)

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Comment icon #105 Posted by badeskov 2 years ago
So, in other words, no evidence of radiation sickness whatsoever.    Cheers, Badesov
Comment icon #106 Posted by astrobeing 2 years ago
If a doctor told me I was suffering from "radiation sickness" I'd run to another doctor. I know of one case where radiation left undeniable evidence on people's bodies. On March 16th, 1964 there was a criticality accident at a uranium recovery facility in Rhode Island. A burst of neutrons hit two men and the silver dollars in their pockets had turned into radioactive silver isotopes. They got their money back a few days later after the silver had beta decayed into stable cadmium. Although another worker died in the accident, the two men had no symptoms of radiation sickness, not even a sunburn... [More]
Comment icon #107 Posted by badeskov 2 years ago
Indeed, I would run to another doctor as well for a second opinion.    Unless you are really badly radiated you wouldn’t get any exterior burns indicative of radiation sickness. Radiation sickness kills specific cells first, like your hair would start coming out in clumps.  Cheers, Badeskov
Comment icon #108 Posted by astrobeing 2 years ago
Hair falling out is usually a secondary symptom that appears weeks after the exposure. The main primary symptom is lack of platelets in the blood due to bone marrow damage and that quickly leads to secondary symptoms like internal bleeding. A fascinating book on radiation sickness is "Hiroshima Diary" by Michihiko Hachiya. He was a doctor who survived the Hiroshima bombing (but was badly injured) and he documented everything that was happening to his patients in the one hospital that wasn't destroyed. Since at first he didn't know it was an atomic bomb, he was completely confused by the bizarr... [More]
Comment icon #109 Posted by badeskov 2 years ago
Very true Astro. I was thinking of exterior symptoms.    Cheers, Badeskov
Comment icon #110 Posted by the13bats 2 years ago
UFO = unidentified flying object, I see them a lot but just because i dont have a clue what it really is doesnt make any credulous jump with zero supporting evidence of any value. UFOs have countless times been proven to be many prosaic things but not once proven other worldly,  paranormal or alien but im open to examine any evidence a person may have.
Comment icon #111 Posted by the13bats 2 years ago
Show me one example not a tabloid story but any actual science report published for peer review, That shows a person received radiation burns from a propulsion system not of human origin, after that show me the lady knocked up by ET.
Comment icon #112 Posted by astrobeing 2 years ago
The only marginally scientific investigation of radiation I could find is in the Condon report. Project Blue Book investigated reports of measured radiation on Mount Palomar with observations of UFOs and found the observations and radiation bursts to be "strictly coincidental". In its typical sloppiness, the Condon report changes it from a "Navy report" to an "Air Force report" and back to a "Navy report", I guess because it was quoting a Blue Book investigation of a Navy report. The Condon report is full of third hand sources of information.
Comment icon #113 Posted by brokenbutcher2016 2 years ago
One clue, incident, One encounter at a time, we will be woken from our dream.
Comment icon #114 Posted by badeskov 2 years ago
What? Would you mind elaborating on that? Cheers, Badeskov

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