Many have been curious about unidentified flying objects (UFOs). Adding weight to it, a former senior military officer made an astonishing revelation about them.

Intelligence officer Luis Elizondo, who has worked with the U.S. Army and the Department of Defense, appeared at a forum that was organized by the To The Stars Academy of Arts and Science, reported Mirror. The event highlighted a research into UFOs, or unexplained aerial phenomena (UAP), and technology related to it. Elizondo shared that he once worked on a project that probed the threat of alien spacecraft. He also shared how he had seen genuine evidence of alien vessel, and added that he planned to unveil it to the public.

He said in 2017 that something unexplained is always assumed to be a "potential threat until we are certain it isn’t." On the bright side, he said that he believed that humans are "closer than ever before in our understanding of how it operates." He had shared that he was accustomed to "being involved in close-hold, nuanced programs involving national security." It included being a counterintelligence special agent, a case officer as well as an intelligence practitioner. However, by far the most interesting effort he was involved with was "the topic of advanced aerial threats."

According to Indy100, he worked with the Department of Defence for almost 10 years. He said that during that time, he saw evidence that proved that UFOs existed. He shared that he learned that "the phenomena is indeed real." Elizondo said that he left the U.S military and was working with the To The Stars Academy.

He even planned to release a photo evidence that he had seen. He added that they "are also planning to provide never before released footage from real US Government systems...not blurry, amateur photos, but real data and real videos." He opened invitation to "government colleagues and friends in Defense to participate regularly with their own findings."

Since then, a village on the border of a National Park has become a "UFO hotspot." A strange disappearing light in the sky has left people baffled. Some said that it could be a UAP. Several baffled pilots have also reported spotting mysterious objects flying over the Pacific Ocean in the last two months.

Meanwhile, a "former CIA agent" said that Area 51 is real and that he went there and saw aliens. The anonymous man, 77, spoke to UFO researcher Richard Dolan and Jeremy Corbell, an award-winning documentary maker, during a sit-down interview where he talked about top-secret government projects. He made claims about the Area 51, and said that he had seen UFOs in the flesh. He confirmed the existence of extraterrestrials.

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