AATIP’s five observables have been a main focal point for TTSA to educate and describe what is witnessed and occurring regarding UFOs.
Thanks to an interview with Tom DeLonge and Luis Elizondo published by Newrepublic.com, we now know there are in fact at least six observables. The sixth being a sensitive subject to say the least.
“There was also, he told me, another “observable” they were more reluctant to discuss. “The sixth is biological effects,” he said, the sun descending over the Pacific Ocean. People with close encounters and paranormal experiences were in danger of potential morphological changes to the body and brain, something Lue’s people had to deal with.
In one instance, a staff officer came home from a mission, went to their apartment, and fell asleep in the bedroom. The officer’s roommate experienced what can only be described as poltergeist phenomena—mostly books flying off shelves—serious enough that the police were called. That case, Elizondo told me, posed an only-in-the-Pentagon bureaucratic problem: There’s no way for a service member to qualify for a service-connected disability based on demonic possession, poltergeist inhabitation, or spontaneous close-encounter telekinesis.”
Included in the Chris Mellon website leak was a document detailing AATIP sub-focus areas which deal with biological effects among other topics:
How common are biological effects and injuries during UFO experiences? Apparently common enough to be one of the six telltale signs and signatures of UFOs. This is extremely important when contemplating and researching the Phenomenon as a whole. Human biological effects and injuries to people from UFOs, or the Phenomenon in general, have probably been studied for decades behind closed government doors and have also been studied by a select few public researchers and doctors as well. Much of the government research is highly sensitive and many times classified. When injuries or deaths are involved you can imagine how sensitive of a subject this must be, not only from a human perspective but also legally. With that said, many people are not sure of, and are hesitant to conclude regarding intention. There are cases of Experiencers who view the phenomenon as positive that report serious injuries and biological changes but think they were caused inadvertently. Some Experiencers also claim to have diseases and ailments healed by the Phenomenon after exposure.
What else has been stated about Biological Effects? There have been multiple comments in the public realm. Here are a few.
The NY Times included physical effects in the article that changed everything:
“Researchers also studied people who said they had experienced physical effects from encounters with the objects and examined them for any physiological changes.”
People: The Department of Defense, by definition, are designed to deal with threats, and it sounds like you believe they’re treating these craft as threats because that’s what they do. Do you personally view these craft as threats?
Tom Delonge: I can say a blanket statement that, yes, I do personally believe these are threats,. But there also are different layers of threats. There are threats to our aviation safety. There are threats to our military. There are threats to people that are having encounters with this — that deals with biological issues. There are threats because we don’t understand what the intentions are, when you’re dealing with something that’s just so much further ahead than you. I mean, we can look at our own history and know that. Look what we did to the Native Americans, or look what the Spanish did to the Aztecs. I don’t want to get my history wrong here, but you see what I’m saying.
When a more advanced culture comes in, there’s many different ways that culture can benefit but also can lose a bit of themselves in the process, so I think what we need to do is really have that discussion. Are there bad things that go along with this subject? Yes, and some of those bad things are not open for discussion here. Are there some good things? Absolutely, and some of those good things come with the idea of what this technology can do for the world, the unification of us working with people we thought were our adversaries, and then an international conversation of who we are as human beings.
All of this is really, really important. We might find out, one day, that there are good ones and bad ones. And we might look back and go, “Wow, that’s what all of our ancient texts describe in some way, that kind of counter-views between gods that are from the heavens.” I think it’s going to help us understand a bit more of ourselves. But for now, until that time comes where we can understand what’s in these things, what we look at is, yeah, there are issues. There are big issues here.
Included in the classic NIDS website was a now somewhat forgotten paper titled Effects of UFOs Upon People by Joseph McCampbell. The paper includes radiation injuries. You can read it here:
Arguably the foremost public expert on the subject is Dr. Kit Green. Dr. Green has a unique and possibly even unpopular opinion among some of his peers. At the risk of misinterpreting Dr. Green’s opinions, it is my understanding that while he knows there are craft and objects present in many of these scenarios, he is hesitant to conclude and has stated that he has seen no evidence the Phenomenon originates from non human intelligence.
Drs Kit Green and Garry Nolan have been studying the effects of the Phenomenon on humans in many different ways. Their work on the Caudate Putamen region of the brain is tied into this subject.
Keith Basterfield also noted and transcribed the relevant quotes from Drs Kit Green and Garry Nolan included in Annie Jacobsen’s book Phenomenon:
‘”I’m interested in the notion of people injured physically by anomalous events” said Green. “Often these events are perceived as [involving] unidentified aerial phenomena, or UAPs, drones, high energy radio frequencies that confront people face-to-face and cannot be explained.”‘ (P.396.)
‘In 2005, he began working on a research project to address this enigma. He began creating “a structured database of individuals that were suffering enigmatic injuries, burns, skin lesions, cancers, diseases – and who had also had face-to-face encounters with UAPs,” says Green.’ (p.396.)
‘…in 2007, Green took this research project from academic to operational, “I began performing much pro bono work …forensic investigation and diagnosis of patients injured by multiply witnessed physical anomalous events with UAPs drones and other visible physical devices.” ‘ (p.397.)
‘Green accepted his patients carefully. “They are all high-functioning individuals, many prodigious savants, most of whom carry a high security clearance,” he says. “They are members of Special Forces, members of the intelligence community, employees of aerospace companies, officers in the military, guards of military bases, policemen…Common injuries are from something that is airborne. [Something] that emits some kind of a light or a beam. Some orbs…” At present he has more than one hundred patients.’ (pp397/8.)
‘”Twenty-five percent of my patients die within five to seven years of my diagnosis, and I have no idea how any programs I knew about years ago can do these things,” Green says.’ (p.398.)
‘To advance his hypothesis, based on the demography and high-functioning of his patients, Dr Green teamed up with the Nolan laboratory at Stanford University, run by Garry Nolan.’ (p.398.)
‘”I have met and worked with many of Kit’s patients,” Nolan confirms,…These people were injured…he agrees with Kit Green that in many cases it looks as if it is an electromagnetic field of some sort.’ (p.398.)
The BAASS approach was to view the human body as a readout system for UFO effects by utilizing forensic technology, the tools of immunology, cell biology, genomics and neuroanatomy for in depth study of the effects of UFOs on humans. This approach marked a dramatic shift away from the traditional norms of relying on eyewitness testimony as the central evidentiary arm in UFO investigations. The approach aimed to bypass UFO deception and manipulation of human perception by utilizing molecular forensics to decipher the biological consequences of the phenomenon.
We knew there was a DIRD referencing Field Effects on Biological Tissues written by Dr. Kit Green when George Knapp released the Defense Intelligence Reference Document list.
“In order to further our effort in recognizing emerging disruptive aerospace technologies, technical studies are being conducted in regard to advanced lift, propulsion, the use of unconventional materials and controls, signature reduction, weaponry, human interface and human effects.”
Tim McMillan and Popular Mechanics later released it, titled, “Clinical Medical Acute & Subacute Field Effects on Human Dermal & Neurological Tissues.”
Dr. Hal Puthoff’s EarthTech website featured a photo of a brain scan that was allegedly affected by the Phenomenon:
As researcher Keith Basterfield pointed out, the EarthTech website also states:
“Our Goal: The forensic diagnosis of enigmatic illness, treatment, protection and improved patient well-being using the latest Neurosciences and Genomics.
Institute medical scientists have mapped emergent evidence of correlations between energy science and the life sciences in discovery of new injury diagnostics, after patients have been exposed to unusual near-field anomalous effects believed related to advanced or experimental propulsion, or unknown devices under test and evaluation.
Current client interests include:
* Human Effects from Mixed Beam RF mm-wave, Tetrahertz and Gamma radiation
* Interaction of novel energy and propulsion systems causing both Epigenetic injury and Central Nervous System pathology
* Studies of brain biomarkers and related heritable DNA relating to high performance cognition, learning and intuition when under stress.”
Finally, in a public presentation at the SSE conference, Dr. Hal Puthoff made one of the most blunt and accurate comments about what not to do if you come across a UFO:
“…so if you get too close to a landed craft, you might get a sunburn, or off into the soft X-ray regions, so there’s a chance of radiation poisoning. If you run across one of these sitting on the ground and it’s powered up, I recommend you don’t rush up.”
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