Do Records Show Proof of UFOs?

Do Records Show Proof of UFOs?

The blinding lights and buzzing city streets next to our windows may often feel miles away, replaced with a feeling of constantly being watched by aliens. Is that more than just rumors?

What if our planet is not the only one to have life and there’re several other livings beyond our solar system? Are we watched by others with a keen eye to know us better? Is it possible that someone out there has already approached us without our knowledge?

I’m sure we all have our opinions about aliens, UFOs, and their presence around or over us. Naysayers galore but so do believers and they can vouch for the existence of alien life beyond our universe. Visitors from the other world have fed human imaginations for generations. The most fascinating is the third group, which claims to have encountered aliens and have vivid memories to share.


Looking for Evidence of UFOs in the National Archives

National Archives have been housing decades of research and interviews on the possibilities of alien life. Researchers have been probing through walls of inscriptions and recording their entire lives for a mere hint of hope supporting the picture.

It would seem superficial to believe an alternate reality to the one we are familiar with just because of an anonymous comment. However, ancient proof of alien life from genuine sources would be viable to shake the skepticism to a certain extent.

One of these is “The Madonna with Saint Giovannino” painting. Brushed back in the 15th century, this piece portrays a flying disk-like structure in the background of the Virgin Mary. To strengthen the witness further, ancient scrolls and scriptures in Sanskrit, along with cave paintings, can also be accessed.

Walking further, the National Archives have compiled strange UFO sightings from the year 1947 to 1969. The collection comprises records from the investigations of USAF (United States Air Force).

Projecting over 12,000 sightings, the project has confirmed approximately 700 cases to be “unidentified.” Officially closed in the year 1969, the project came to light once again under a blog post of National Archives in the year 2017. The post concluded the project’s existence over time under different titles.


Opinions of General Public About Aliens and UFOs

The National Archives holds over 90 microfilms under this project comprising still pictures, sound recordings, and motion pictures. Available under the supervision of College Park, Maryland, the recordings are also available online for the reference of researchers.

Responsible for over 50,000 reports, the website has been a center for innumerable peaks and interests. Some of the records even show opposition to the contents, stating them as vague or benign.

Often comment sections are crowded by opinions of records being deleted or hidden from common eyes. As far as the list goes, an ever-increasing interest in the public can be seen flooding the internet regarding the assembled cases. Certain of these have even caught special attention, revisited again and again by the public.


Genuine Reports or Vague Stories

A special such case was the record of Michael Rhodes that referred to a drawing of a flying saucer. According to the individual, it caught his eyes as he was striving through the documents. Resembling a structure quite similar to modern-day science fiction movies, the technician seemed to be intrigued with the idea of some truth behind the record.

Further, the National Archives have also been reported about sightings from crews of airlines, and one such is flight 1628 of Japan Airlines. As per the online recordings, three members stood to support their statement about witnessing a UFO in writing.

Shreds of evidence that can be marked as genuine are those that have come from the mouths of the ones who have genuine knowledge in this matter. Astronauts, for one, are such people who have had enough experience as well as knowledge to draw the line between an original sighting and a blurred assumption.

Cady Coleman and Edgar Mitchell can be counted as such names in the references of UFO sightings. Further, the case of Apollo 11 under Buzz Aldrin can also be used to connect the dots. Recorded as an experience directly from the personality, the sighting was not marked as genuine until confirmed by mission control.

The saucer was assumed to be the last part of the rocket itself, detaching as planned. However, the distance around 600 miles between the rocket and the piece confirmed its unknown existence to the Aeronautical and Space department.


What Do Files From the National Aeronautics and Space Administration Say?

Files from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration conclude recordings from Gemini VII. A conversation between the astronauts can be heard referring to the term ‘Bogey,’ generally used for UFO sightings. The Air-to-ground recordings speak of a polar orbit. The conversation apprehends the movement of little particles for about 3 to 4 miles from the left.

The Archives also store audiovisuals of UFO sightings. Recorded on July 31, 1952, in Washington DC, The Pentagon was the source of the video. Another similar recording from the Department of Defense suffices to support the sightings, in this case, highlighting USAF.

October 1969 could also be referred to in this line, where similar sightings were recorded under the name of Jimmy Carter, Georgia’s then-Governor. A complete report on the sightings over Leary could be accessed from the International UFO Bureau.

Immense unsolved cases also fill the files of the National Archives. Some of them may even be considered logical. However, the sources of the same are often anonymous as the general public is scared of statements calling them frauds or even mentally unfit in certain cases. In such matters, there is no other option other than closing the case as the pieces of evidence and records are left unsupported.

The pages of history have provided endless evidence of life beyond earth. Embracing the possibilities is a choice for us. The years down the line would comprise more sightings; some would be genuine while others might be figments of imagination.

However, the certainty in this matter is that people would keep digging deeper with the hope of facing an alien someday, piling up the pages of National Archives and interacting with social media to satisfy their curiosity of one frail light hovering over their heads.

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