Yesterday, I stumbled on a story where I believe that the ambiguity of NASA has basically confirmed that they detected an alien signal and they hope that you will never hear the story in the mainstream.

This is a story that blatantly shows that in their denial, NASA is obviously covering up the proof of extraterrestrial life on Mars.

The New York Post published a story with the headline that reads:

“Mystery signal from space wasn’t NASA’s Mars Opportunity Rover.”

The published story talks about how NASA’s Opportunity Rover has been silent since June. The Rover allegedly got caught up in a dust storm and glitched into failsafe mode.

The Opportunity team has been waiting patiently for the rover to wake back up ever since, and when a signal identified as coming from Opportunity popped up on NASA’s Deep Space Network last Thursday it got a lot of people very excited.

However, the signal did not come from the Rover.

NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory quickly addressed the supposed communication, noting that “further investigation” revealed the signals weren’t actually from Opportunity at all.

So if it wasn’t Opportunity sending them the signal then what was sending the signal?

Both JPL and NASA have not given an official answer.

This is what we have expected from NASA – say that they get a signal, they hope it’s from one of their Rovers and when it isn’t they just act like it is business as usual.

Someone needs to come forward with an explanation but of course, reports say that NASA and JPL remain vague on the issue.

Their silence speaks volumes.

Opportunity knocked so to speak and NASA has not answered any questions about the signal.

The best explanation given by NASA is that they received either false positives or test data may be blamed for the mistake.

NASA sends mixed signals about a signal that is not one of theirs and perhaps it sounds crazy to speculate that it is aliens or intelligent extraterrestrials, but what is crazy?

Telling people about an errant signal and giving a vague explanation about it not being from the Rover sends a message loud and clear that something is out there.

I know that there are still people that believe that believing in the paranormal is shorthand for crazy. Holding out for some sort of sophisticated alien revealing itself is also considered crazy by some people.

We can say that for decades UFO and alien stories have reached the point of folklore and urban legend. Hollywood hasn’t helped, and there are a few newspapers and news reporters that love to mock people who have seen something in the sky that just doesn’t belong to anything here on In some respects there are definitely a few people that have trivialized the subject.

However, you may not know this, but while we are caught up in political minutiae, there are some serious stories that are being overlooked and NASA and several other alphabet agencies are pleased that there are very few news outlets that will take the time to take a serious look as to what has changed with regard to the reality of the strange and intriguing events that are happening above us.

After the reports of commercial pilots encountering UFO’s over Ireland, there is still vague information as to what exactly was seen on November 9, 2018.

Military pilots have been sending in reports of objects they observed that moved in unfamiliar ways.

There is also the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, which investigated those claims to see if there was truly something otherworldly behind UFO sightings and the military.

It’s unclear just how many reports pilots had filed to the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, but people who have come forward about the program have made it clear that there would have been a lot more reports filed if it hadn’t been for one thing: stigma. “The sightings were not often reported up the military’s chain of command, [former Senator Harry Reid] said, because service members were afraid they would be laughed at or stigmatized.”

There were also reports that many of those involved started worrying about how the phenomenon should be recognized. Arguments were brought forward that perhaps these UFO’s and sophisticated aliens were diving beings and others worried that they could be demonic beings.

It is almost as if we are at square one where fearful investigators let dogma get in the way of future scientific discovery.

In the year 1772, a huge fireball was seen shooting across the sky over Luce, France. The fiery rock hit the ground and caused considerable damage. An investigation ensued by the Academie Francaise. The respected chemist Antoine Lavoisier said there are no such things as rocks falling from the sky because there are no rocks in the sky.

The result of his statements was that museums in 18th century Europe threw out all of their meteorite specimens because they were humiliating reminders of superstition and mythology.

The strength of Lavoisier’s conviction was such that it helped to stop the study of meteorites for over a quarter of a century.

As we believe we are more sophisticated than those who lived back then, we take for granted that NASA and other guardians of astronomy will give us information about what is happening in space and how it will affect the Earth.

The truth is they don’t – no matter what you may think, NASA has a lot of secrets and their continued denial is far more of a joke than those who can report and demonstrate what is obviously a moment in our history where deniers be damned — there is something that is disturbing the order of the cosmos to get our attention.

Government officials from all over the world are no longer hiding their belief that extraterrestrials might be out there. From Truman to Kennedy, to Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter and Reagan – the hints and words they have delivered have told us that the time would come when we would know the truth.

Bill Clinton demanded an investigation into Area 51, Hillary Clinton Promised a more open policy with regard to the UFO phenomenon if she were elected President, and Donald Trump was convinced we needed a Space Force when the strange interstellar anomaly, Oumuamua was discovered.

More than half of Americans believe that aliens exist, according to a 2015 poll. Scientists have evaluated what distinguishes believers and non-believers and didn’t find much of a difference – they are not crazy and even though there is a lack of evidence for the relationship with sophisticated extraterrestrial intelligence – we are beginning to see some changes that will change the way we think about being solo in this universe.

Conspiracy theories about UFOs, in particular, are pretty widespread, and they have a psychological appeal that goes against the stereotype of weirdoes wearing tinfoil hats. Conspiracy theories rely on the same pattern-recognition techniques we use in our daily lives and in science as well.

In 1989 George Knapp, a well-known and respected journalist with KLAS, did a series of interviews with a man named “Dennis” who made a claim. “Dennis” claimed to have worked at a small test facility near Area 51. He said he was involved in research that included the testing and reverse engineering exotic craft.

The aircraft, a series of 9 disks ranging in shape form a small circular nicknamed the “sports model” to a larger “top hat” style, were housed at super secret test facility code-named, “S4.”

A by-product of the black budget skunk works test program at Groom Lake, Papoose Lake or S4 was a smaller more concealed location.

After several interviews with Knapp in locations ranging from a studio to a van, the true identity of the man emerged as Robert Scott Lazar. Lazar, as it would turn out, is perhaps the key element in the “saucer tales” that have been circulating about Area 51.

Arguably much of the conspiracy surrounding Area 51 and reverse engineered alien craft comes from Bob Lazar.

As an individual, Lazar’s credibility has been brought into question by a few UFO researchers. People tend to criticize Lazar primarily because of what appears to be lack of credentials and a lack of a personal history.

However, many times those same researchers have failed to truly explore his background. And to Lazar’s credit he has produced several key items which lend creditability to his identity. Lazar, very early on, produced a W2 form which stated he worked for Naval Intelligence during the time when he says he worked at S4.

From there the trail goes cold.

One thing about Lazar that seldom gets mentioned is that Lazar is straightforward in his ability to relate the story of his experiences. Polygraph and hypnosis tests have also impressed witnesses as well. Lazar has never really benefited from his story and does not seek to bank on his experience.

In fact, many people have probably forgotten about Bob Lazar now that much of what has been happening at Area 51 was declassified.

Lazar was the first man to tell us about advanced aerospace systems that were derived from possible extraterrestrial technology.

If you believe Lazar and others the “smoking guns” have been locked up in the Nevada Desert.

The only way to prove that these technologies exist is to demand that the government kick in the doors and reveal that perhaps we have had the knowledge about advanced systems since the 1940’s and events like Roswell were enough to force the United States government to set apart the Army from the Air Force and create security agencies like the CIA to head up investigations into exactly what went on in the decades leading to the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program.

President Harry Truman instructed Secretary of Defense James Forrestal to set up Operation Majestic Twelve, a blue-ribbon, top-secret panel headed by Vannevar Bush, a leading Manhattan Project figure and creator of the Memex machine, a forerunner of the modern-day computer.

Researchers contend that the MJ-12 committee eventually brokered a sit-down between space aliens and President Dwight D. Eisenhower, during which an agreement was reached to enable alien studies of human biology via abductions and animal mutilations in exchange for use of extraterrestrial “black” technology that would lead to developments like the B-2 “Stealth Bomber.”

Later, it was suggested that John Kennedy’s threat to reveal the MJ-12 alien negotiations was the prime reason for his assassination.

All is relatively academic to the true UFO conspiracy theorist.

It was soon after the space race ended with a man on the moon and the fear of an alien threat was somehow speculated about when Reagan gave his alien threat speech and proposed his Strategic Defense Initiative or Star Wars plan.

Lazar then made his claims and later it was hacker Gary McKinnon that confirmed what Lazar already told us in 1989.

McKinnon was the hacker at the center of an extradition dispute between the U.K. and the U.S. and claimed that once he broke through flimsy security on military and NASA computers, he found “The Disclosure Project,” which collected testimony from air-traffic controllers, nuclear-missile technicians, and others confirming the existence of UFOs. He also found evidence of secret space program that predated Trump’s Space Force.

The U.S. Government wanted to extradite him and charge him with acts of terrorism, however, charges were dropped because he certainly had information that the government did not want to have heard in a lengthy trial.

When you try to break through misinformation and disinformation, it has always been wise to realize that, no matter how smart you think you are, if you are operating with erroneous or incomplete information, you will never uncover or find a solution to any issue.

That is why I find it so discouraging that there are certain individuals that tend to have a myopic view of what is around them and that they fear the idea of opening their minds to the new understanding of old ideas.

There seems to be this willful ignorance that can be worn comfortably by individuals of different political and religious beliefs. It contributes greatly to a dysfunctional and hypocritical society.

But the fight for the truth continues and some people in places of power give subtle hints that they know that there is at least something to be said about alien interactions with human beings.