AStories about flying saucers and extraterrestrials have always intrigued people. There are those who argue that many of the unidentified flying objects that have been seen in the sky on Earth are actually flying saucers and come from extraterrestrials.
The U.S. has even officially discussed the unidentified flying objects, or UFOs, that have been reported in the news recently. Now a secret unit of the US investigative agency CIA was investigating UFOs. This is reported in the Daily Mail.
According to the report, members of the CIO’s ‘Office of Global Access’ (OGA), a secret unit, had collected UFO crashes in various parts of the world, of which about nine were non-human. The Daily Mail came up with this report after talking to various people involved in the matter. Many of the UFOs found have crashed and crashed. But two have no problems.
The OGA functions under the Science and Technology Directorate of the CIA. In 2003, they were instrumental in collecting aircraft believed to be non-human.
The US intelligence agency has a system that can detect hidden UFOs. When such vehicles reach the ground, special military units are sent to collect the debris, the report said. The information was provided to the Daily Mail by people who spoke directly to such missions.
Accusations that the US is covering up information about non-human UFOs are mounting. Haim Ishad, Israel’s former head of space security, had previously come forward with such an allegation. Ishad says that a deal has been made between the US government and the ‘Galactic Federation’ of aliens. This contract is for research related to the design of the universe. He also says that aliens are also curious to learn about humans. Ishad was the head of Israel’s space security program for three decades.
In addition to this, David Grush, a former intelligence officer in the US, announced this with the disclosure that the US has probes of aliens and that non-human biological remains have been obtained from them. Air Force Retd. Grush is a major. David Grush, a former intelligence officer, announced this during the hearing of the committee appointed to investigate the flying saucers. But the US has denied these allegations.
However, agencies including NASA are engaged in studies to uncover the mysteries of unidentified flying objects, also known as UFOs.