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US Government Funded X-Files, Wormhole and Extra Dimension
Programs – Declassified DIA Report

The Department of Defense funded research on
wormholes, invisibility cloaking, and “the manipulation of extra dimensions”
under its shadowy Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, first
reported last year when local investigative news team in Las Vegas released a 13-page
report prepared for the military that analyzes Tic Tac UFO

Last week, the Defense Intelligence Agency released a list of 38 research titles
pursued by the program in response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)
request by Steven Aftergood, director of the Federation of American Scientists’
Project on Government Secrecy.

The list provides one of the best looks at the Pentagon’s covert UFO operation
or study of “anomalous aerospace threats.” According to Aftergood’s FOIA
request, the document marked “For Official Use Only” was sent to Congress on
January 2018.

One such research topic, “Traversable Wormholes, Stargates, and Negative Energy,”
was led by Eric W. Davis of EarthTech International Inc, which describes itself
as a facility “exploring the forefront reaches of science and engineering,”
with an interest in theories of spacetime, studies of the quantum vacuum, and
the search for extraterrestrial intelligence.

Another project called “Invisibility Cloaking” was helmed by German scientist
Ulf Leonhardt, a professor at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel.
Leonhardt’s research pertains to theoretical quantum optics, and in 2006 his
work on theoretically creating “an invisible ‘hole’ in space, inside which
objects can be hidden” was cited by Nature.

Yet another title, “Warp Drive, Dark Energy, and the Manipulation of Extra
Dimensions,” was attributed to theoretical physicist Richard Obousy, director
of the nonprofit Icarus Interstellar, which claims to be “researching
technologies that will enable breakthroughs in interstellar travel.” Obousy was
credited by Gizmodo in 2009 for creating “a scientifically accurate warpship
design” that could hypothetically be propelled through space by manipulating
dark energy.

“The list of research papers tells us something more than previous reporting
did about this odd program,” Aftergood told Motherboard in an email. “Now we
have a better idea of exactly what the Defense Intelligence Agency was up to,
and what it produced.”

Other items are tantalizingly vague since we only have one-line descriptions of
their scope. One that states “Metallic Glasses” could refer to an experimental
type of flexible metallic alloy, while the topic “Biomaterials” could mirror
NASA-funded research into biotechnology in low-gravity environments.

The Pentagon document however, while full of speculative ideas that seem better
suited for science fiction, suggests the program was more than just chasing

The Department of Defense had not publicly acknowledged the program’s existence
until it was revealed by media reports. It was was “largely funded at the
request of Harry Reid,” then Senate majority leader, to the tune of $22 million
between 2007 and 2012.

We don’t know how the program selected which projects to fund.

“I think anyone who looks at these titles will scratch their heads and wonder
what on earth the Defense Intelligence Agency was thinking,” Aftergood said.
“These are the kinds of topics you pursue when you have more money than you
know what to do with.”

According to the New York Times, much of its budget went to the Nevada-based
Bigelow Aerospace, a company belonging to Reid’s longtime friend and UFO
hunter, Robert Bigelow—also a protagonist of the documentary Hunt for the
Skinwalker about the billionaire entrepreneur’s famed extraterrestrial hotbed,
Skinwalker Ranch.

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The first
hints about the program’s existence can be credited to Luis Elizondo, a
military intelligence official who managed the operation for seven years. When
Elizondo resigned, he requested that footage of UFO encounters with fighter
jets be made public—videos that were subsequently published by the New York
Times and the Washington Post. At the time, Reid sought to tighten security
around the program’s discoveries.

The agency claims the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program shut
down due to a lack of funding, though Elizondo said it continued to investigate
UFO sightings.

In a 2009 Pentagon briefing summary, the program’s then-director stated that
“what was considered science fiction is now science fact.”

“I loved science fiction when I was younger,” Aftergood said. “Today I love
good government. So I was not especially amused.”

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