UFOs: You’re Being Confused On Purpose Through Equivalence Training

The Information Age is in full swing, baby. We live in a time of confusion as commodity. May the best organized and well-funded liar win. What do ya win? The public’s confidence. What can you gain from that? Only everything.

Ufology has long been the playground of Pentagon psyops. Whether it’s spinning QAnon-like fantasies on message boards (think “Project SERPO”) or promoting and endorsing fraudulent crash cases, fraudulent military whistleblowers, fraudulent leaked documents, the Pentagon’s got something to hook you on UFOs.

Or they used to. Back when the term “UFO” and its automatic association with alien spaceships was useful to them. They actually wanted our Cold War enemies to think we had crashed alien tech so they would send their spies a’snooping and we could capture them. Also, one may assume, to follow the information trail to see how and to where it was disseminated.

But now the game has changed and with it, the name. “UAP” instead of “UFO.” Phenomena, not objects. And, I suspect, they’ve turned their psyop away from foreign enemies and onto us all. They at least want funding for military projects. At most… something more disturbing, probably. I shan’t speculate.

I make a point of this in my last book, Aliens: The First and Final Disclosure. I argue that the reason they’re doing this is to replace the “War on Terror” (a meaningless war on a concept that nevertheless requires actual nations to invade and occupy and people to kill) with the “War on Phenomena” (even more meaningless and completely nonsensical, save for its attachment to the pre-made alien mythos already baked in. Here, the Pentagon may ask for funding to fight phenomena. Could be foreign… could be alien… who’s to say? Just give us the money and nobody gets hurt. Nobody gets invaded or occupied, unless you count all of our minds and wallets with this garbage.)

So, listen, folks. If you want to retain your sanity and not play along, here are 4 rules of disengagement moving forward:

1.) Stop playing the disclosure game. Don’t ask for it. Don’t demand it. Don’t believe it when Congress holds a hearing or whichever military spokesperson tantalizes you with forthcoming revelations. They never give you what you thirst for because they are meant to keep you thirsty.

2.) Anyone who is or was a career military/FBI/CIA person must immediately be disregarded no matter how much of a rockstar you have made them. Their career paths disqualify them from being trustworthy whether they are on the level or not. That’s just the way it’s got to be. I know it’s hard putting down the Luis Elizondo crack pipe and walking away from your addiction to perpetual promises of bigger things coming sometime in the near future by a guy who looks and speaks like just some dude–you know: like you and me. But this is what you must do if you’re at all serious about the subject. Just some dude like you and me wouldn’t be in the know about anything. But he would be handy as a spokesperson for just about anything, especially if he thought he was in on it, an important player in the game.

3.) Realize that it’s okay not to know what motivates someone to drop them. Whether they’re useful idiots being duped or con artists or willful disinformation agents for the Pentagon, the outcome is the same: they are being used to play you. Jeremy Corbell is a fine example of this. Just think a moment. Jeremy Corbell rides onto the scene via Bob Lazar’s coattails. If you’re the Navy and you’re on the up and up, do you leak UAP footage to the Bob Lazar pro wrestling manager as opposed to, say, a legit news organization?

4.) As with not trusting official people, stop trusting official footage. Again, it does not matter if it’s truly mysterious or not. Based on the pilot testimony alone, which I trust, by the way, I can make a case for the Tic Tac UAP being an actual high strangeness event. But I cannot trust the context in which this event was given an official spotlight, so it’s not worth pursuing. Pursuing it becomes their game of psyop rabbit holes, not my fact-finding mission.

I don’t know all of what the game being played is, beyond a massive funding grift. I just know that we are being purposely confused, purposely gaslit. We are being told over and over to associate unknown foreign technology with aliens. Someone in the Pentagon wants those two nebulous things to be one thing in our minds. Yes, the Tic Tac incident could be construed as high strangeness. But it’s absolutely intertwined with a push for funding for submersible drones, as I noted in my book. And the idea that we currently have nothing that can maneuver like the Tic Tac is a lie. here’s a footnote from my book you will find revealing:

Check out what we already have against the claim that something that behaves like the Tic Tac is lightyears ahead of anything we’ve got: Liszewski, Andrew. “Ingenious Underwater Drone Can Transition to Flight in Less Than a Second.” Gizmodo, 05/19/2022, https://gizmodo.com/flying-swimming-drone-suction-cup-1848931890?.

Aliens: The First and Final Disclosure

The latest use of this tactic is happening right now. A little over a month ago, we were shooting down Chinese spy balloons over America that we were told we didn’t know were there because the Pentagon was not looking for them until they widened their surveillance net. Allegedly, the Chinese government was considering using balloons as a mothership for drone deployment over our country. The media referred to these balloons as UAP over and over again until we figured out (or were told) what they actually were.

Cut to a week ago, when Sean Kirkpatrick, the head of the Pentagon’s unidentified aerial phenomena research office, said in a report draft titled, “Physical Constraints on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena”:

“[A]n artificial interstellar object could potentially be a parent craft that releases many small probes during its close passage to Earth, an operational construct not too dissimilar from NASA missions…. With proper design, these tiny probes would reach the Earth or other solar system planets for exploration, as the parent craft passes by within a fraction of the Earth-Sun separation…. Astronomers would not be able to notice the spray of mini-probes because they do not reflect enough sunlight for existing survey telescopes to notice them.”


We may not yet know all of why we are now being trained to conflate UFOs with UAP and aliens with foreign technology, but we are. The only way out is to stop giving it life. Stop paying any more than passing attention. Stop thinking and arguing from within the official contexts provided. And don’t replace that with some other crap from somewhere else because that’s just as likely to be part of the controlled dialogue, too.

Get off the crazy ride. If you have to ask, “Is this alien or military,” it’s military. That’s your answer.

Now stop. This is equivalence training. The Tic Tac tactic.

Insurrection: The Why, The What’s Next, The What To Do About It

Aloha, Gang:

I’ve been toying with the idea of doing a political video or mini series to flesh out how we got to where we are. But Jared Yates Sexton beat me to it. And he did it much more succinctly, historically-leaning, and perfectly in scope than I ever would have. So, if you want to know the ins and outs of the fascist uprising we’ve been witnesses to, here it all is. And also, what to do about it.

It’s fascinating. it’s informative. Please do give it a watch.

What Has The Thirty Meter Telescope Already Shown Us?

What Has The Thirty Meter Telescope Already Shown Us?

by Guest Blogger,
Tyler Kokjohn, Ph.D.

The Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT), a 2 billion-dollar behemoth, will not see first light for years (1), but the effort to build it might have already illuminated something important.  It seems nothing for the proposal to locate the TMT on the summit of Hawaii’s Mauna Kea has come without controversy and while the state supreme court recently settled the legal issues, the situation on the mountain is now clearly deteriorating (2).

This forthcoming technological marvel will assure continued U.S. national leadership in astronomy research and be a job-creating boon for the local economy (3).  Locating this advanced concept telescope at the premier observing site of Mauna Kea will enable researchers to study fainter and more distant astronomical objects than has been possible previously (3).  However, Mauna Kea is a sacred site to some persons who feel that the construction of observatories has interfered with cultural and religious practices (1).  Unimpressed with the promised gains and unsatisfied by the legal process the elders have drawn their line.  Protestors are now blocking the start of TMT construction activities and forcing other existing installations to cease operations (2).  It is unclear how or when this dispute will end (2). 

Too Far From Home?

Mauna Kea is geographically remote for most of us.  Neither Islanders nor Astronomers, our sense of investment in this quarrel is accordingly limited.  Although this particular situation is unique, the basic story might seem familiar; authoritative official interests align promises and/or economic incentives to generate a broad-based popular consensus supporting an action or decision.  It is making a case by touting indisputable benefits combined with a subtle divide and conquer strategy spiced with a touch of nationalism.  Mauna Kea may be far away, but some similar issues as to where and how we are permitted to decide to best utilize science and technology hit us directly.          

Eat This

Reflecting consumer preferences, suppliers offer a range of food products including organically grown produce, free range chickens and fair trade products.  However, for consumers wishing to actively avoid genetically modified (GM) crops due to concerns about safety or the environmental impacts of the pesticides that must be used with many of them, the story is a little different.  Notwithstanding an often expressed deep reverence for free enterprise and the wisdom of the markets, U.S. government authorities are not making it easy for retail consumers to identify GM crop-based foods (4).  The market will meet a consumer preference to avoid GM food, but the government seems uninterested in facilitating such decisions.

Can We Say No?     

The first babies genetically engineered using the new CRISPR technology were born a few months ago.  This reckless and unethical experiment on unborn human beings was immediately denounced by most colleagues and opinion leaders in the scientific community as “substandard, superficial and absurd” (6).   Now another scientist insists such work cannot be halted and demands he be allowed to perform similar unethical experiments (6).  Hard on the heels of CRISPR DNA editing technology has come a new invention commonly known as a gene drive (7).  The ultimate double-edged sword, gene drives might allow us to control scourges such as malaria.  However, they might also exact terrible ecological tolls in the bargain.  

Scientists have birthed genetic manipulation technologies they are unable to fully control.  The new techniques could bring enormous benefits and the research community is anxious to develop the means to employ them ethically and safely.  Will ordinary citizens get a chance to express their wishes regarding the acceptable uses of genome editing methods before impatient investigators, profit-seeking private corporations or foundations keen to deploy the latest inventions for their own purposes decide matters for everyone?  Will our elected representatives heed the voice of the voters or the vested interests?  

We Are the Instrumentality

Combining tangible reality with spiritual significance Mauna Kea provides a physical focus and sharp clarity other discussions over adopting technology lack.  No hard-to-visualize scientific concepts or imagining the great things to come in the future, the site itself is the heart of this dispute.  In this case the elders have declared the limits and we can both see as well as feel what they are defending.  Perhaps a concrete example will inspire those of us silently watching from afar as events unfold to extrapolate this lesson to other situations.  The Thirty Meter Telescope situation has revealed something important.  It is now up to us to figure out how to make good use of what we have seen.       

  1. Dennis Overbye.  2019.  Hawaii Telescope Project, Long Disputed, Will Begin Construction.  The New York Times, 10 July 2019.  https://nyti.ms/2LOhJde 
  1. Alexandra Witze.  2019.  Hawaii Telescope Protest Shuts Down 13 Observatories on Mauna Kea.  Nature, 18 July 2019.  https://nyti.ms/1OyZy6p 
  1. Anonymous.  Maunakea and TMT.  The Facts About TMT on Maunakea.  http://www.maunakeaandtmt.org/facts-about-tmt/ 
  1. Anonymous.  2018.  U.S.D.A. Announces G.M.O Labeling Standard.  Food Business News, 20 December 2018.    https://www.foodbusinessnews.net/articles/13064-usda-announces-gmo-labeling-standard 
  1. George Dvorsky.  2019.  Substandard, Superficial and Absurd: Experts Slam the Science Behind the CRISPR Baby Experiment.  Gizmodo, 30 April 2019.   https://gizmodo.com/substandard-superficial-and-absurd-experts-slam-the-1834417285  
  1. Jon Cohen.  2019.  Russian Geneticist Answers Challenges to His Plan to Make Gene-Edited Babies.  Science, 13 June 2019. https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2019/06/russian-geneticist-answers-challenges-his-plan-make-gene-edited-babies    
  2. Megan Scudellari.  2019.  Self-Destructing Mosquitoes and Sterilized Rodents: The Promise of Gene Drives.  Nature, 9 July 2019.  https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-019-02087-5