[I thought it was interesting seeing in this article (see highlight text below) how those "in the know" in the US government talked about UFOs having some kind of base in the Atlantic Ocean off of the east coast of Florida. Haven't there recently been reports of HUGE underwater explosions in that area - enough to register as significant earthquakes? Since the government and military are keeping silent about what is going on there we can only speculate. I've edited out much of the body of this article for brevity. You can read the entire thing at the link below . . . SC]
Private emails published by Wikileaks — written by a former IT contractor and sent to Clinton/Obama insider John Podesta — refer to American tracking of UFOs arriving from ‘deep space.’
By David Bates - July 12, 2021
The recent U.S. government report on UAPs and comments from current and former intelligence officials repeatedly fall back on the refrain that those ‘Tic Tacs’ and other mysterious objects buzzing Navy warships may be advanced aircraft built by Russia or China.
They say that — but they know it’s not true.
In yet another example of a UFO puzzle piece hiding in full view and ignored by the mainstream media, emails published in 2016 by Wikileaks refer to regular tracking of UAPs that’s allegedly recorded them arriving from “deep space” and disappearing beneath the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Florida.
The emails — between Hillary Clinton’s former campaign chairman John Podesta and former IT contractor Bob Fish — were publicly available in 2016 as reporters Leslie Kean and Ralph Blumenthal were working on a story for the New York Times disclosing that the Pentagon had been secretly studying UFOs for the past decade. However, neither that groundbreaking article, nor any subsequent reporting on the phenomenon by other mainstream media outlets has mentioned the Podesta-Fish emails.
While it’s possible to deduce some reasons for that, first let’s take a closer look at Podesta and Fish . . .
He went on to claim that the federal government does collect hard UFO data with its Defense Support Program (DSP) satellites, which have orbited Earth since the 1970s. The U.S. Air Force describes these as “a key part of North America’s early warning systems” by detecting missile launches, space launches and nuclear detonations.
What Fish says next aligns with his own LinkedIn resume: While working as a government contractor in the early 1990s, he was “involved in several ‘national interest’ activities such as Desert Storm/Desert Shield and Operation Just Cause.” His email continues:
“While I was never fully briefed into the DSP operation directly, I was introduced to them as the US prepared for Operation Desert Shield and Desert Storm. On occasion, I had lunch with a few of them in the cafeteria of a highly classified organization in El Segundo, CA. No one could get into the cafeteria without TS/SCI clearances, so this was not “lightweight group of gossipers.”
One of these times, a member of that group was really excited — said they’d just picked up a Fastwalker (I assumed that same day). He described how it entered our atmosphere from “deep space” (origin actually unknown, of course, but from the backside of the satellite) and zipped by the DSP satellite pretty closely on its way to earth. Not only was it going very fast but it made a 30 degree course correction (turn) which means it did not have a ballistic (free fall) reentry trajectory that a meteorite might have. So, it was under some sort of control — although whether it was “manned” or just “robotic” there’s no way to tell.”
We’ll get to Fish’s next email in a moment, but it’s worth pausing here to note that the high-altitude tracking of ‘Fastwalkers’ has been reported elsewhere, albeit in not as prominent a platform as Wikileaks.
Jacques Vallee, the famed French ufologist who was the inspiration for the scientist Lacomb in Close Encounters of the Third Kind, has written many books on UFOs. Not as well-known is this fact: He’s also published memoirs — four thick volumes of them covering the years 1957–1999.
In the third volume, Forbidden Science 3: On the Trail of Hidden Truths, Vallee has an intriguing entry written in Palo Alto on July 20, 1980. By this time, Vallee — a computer scientist and Silicon Valley investor — was deep into his UFO research and was well-connected.
The entry below refers to two people: Dr. Christopher “Kit” Green, who worked in the Central Intelligence Agency for 20 years, and Tom Deuley, a retired Naval officer who would go on to be active with the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON). Vallee has this to say:
Kit and Deuley have access to reconnaissance satellite data. They can now check for the presence of objects within 10 days of a sighting. The satellites of VELA-10 type have repeatedly caught what experts call “FastWalkers,” erratic sources of energy. These may represent previously unknown electrical phenomena, or perhaps UFOs. My clearance is still active, so I could see the images if the need arises.”
‘UFOs had a landing and takeoff spot’
Fish wrote Podesta another email the next day, March 6. Reading some UFO material online had jogged his memory about another incident, which he says took place in the cafeteria building in
“I had lunch with a senior USAF NCO who had worked for Project Blue Book in the 1970s (after it had been “officially disbanded). He was an ELINT technician (electronic intelligence) who flew in RC-135s from MacDill AFB in Florida. The ‘normal’ target was Cuba where they did lots of snooping and sometimes challenging the Cubans to turn on radar and other systems.
He said there were times when they were diverted from these missions to track UFOs off the east coast of Florida. His claim was the UFOs had a landing and takeoff spot in the ocean east of Miami, north of Bermuda. [I'm pretty sure he meant The Bahamas instead of Bermuda . . .SC] He also claimed there was a specific electronic signature (frequency) emanating from them when they were going into or coming out of the water, so they were easy to track. On several occasions they filmed the UFO as it transitioned from water to air or vice versa.”
Fish goes on to note that this same individual was occasionally assigned to fly in a USAF weather aircraft during “hurricane-hunting” missions over the same area where UAPs were, by then, known to enter and emerge from the ocean . . .