UFO ‘Black Vault’ Documents Released Early By CIA

CIA Releases UFO ‘Black Vault’ Documents Released Early

You can now have federal intelligence information on extraterrestrial technology right at your fingertips.

Thousands of CIA records on unidentified flying objects (UFOs) or unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP), as the government calls them, are now available via download from the Black Vault, a website run by author and podcaster John Greenwald Jr. under the Freedom of Information Act.

It’s no way to tell for sure, but the CIA claims that they have now given up all the UAP information they have.

In a statement on Greenwald’s website, he said, “The Black Vault’s research will continue to see if there are additional documents still uncovered within the holdings of the CIA.”

The release comes months before the Pentagon was expected to brief Congress on all they know about UAP, a date determined by all locations in the most recent COVID-19 relief bill passed in late December.

There were so many demands for alien intelligence that the CIA finally collected it on a CD-ROM; it was acquired by Greenwald and uploaded to the Black Vault, separated into hundreds of downloadable PDFs.

Greenwald told Vice’s Motherboard that he believes the documents are made difficult to parse for calculated reasons. “The CIA has made it INCREDIBLY difficult to use their records in a reasonable manner,” he said of the “outdated” file format. “In my opinion, this outdated format makes it very difficult for people to see the documents and use them for any research purpose.”

In a Jan. 7 blog post, Greenwald said that he had levied multiple F.O.I.A. requests during the past two decades to pursue non-confidential findings on UAP collected by the US government since 1996. In a 2020 interview, he told the Columbia Journalism Review that he started to inquire with the CIA as a teenager.

“You can take something that took more than a decade to come to my mailbox and give it to the public for free in an instant—that’s why I do it,” he said at the time. “I’m fairly hooked on the whole FOIA thing.”

Among the cache’s most intriguing clues is a highly censored document that reveals a former CIA assistant deputy director for science and technology, who “exhibited interest” in one unique unnamed item.

From the Black Vault Twitter account, Greenwald tweeted, “He decided he would personally look into it, and after, he gave advice on moving forward. That advice is classified.”

The dump comes at a time in history when Americans are especially interested in alien intelligence, indicated by a recent rise in UFO encounters and the viral popularity of extraterrestrial life-related media.

Last year, the Defense Department officially declassified the shocking video taken in 2004 and 2015 by Navy pilots, when it was first leaked by “To The Stars Academy,” a UFO study group formed by Blink-182 rocker Tom DeLonge in 2017 and 2018.

The Department reported at the time that the footage “does not disclose any sensitive capabilities or systems” and “does not affect any subsequent investigations.”

You can view the documents HERE.

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