Article by Tara Reade                                                        July 23, 2021                                                                   (rt.com)

• Since former Navy pilots and civilians have come forward about the UFOs they’ve witnessed in the skies, and the way the military chose to conceal sightings, there has been a movement to compel the American government to release, under the Freedom of Information Act, further documentation relating to government and military projects and data involving UFOs. Yet, for all the supposed transparency, a message of fear has been creeping into the narrative.

• For a long while, UFOs weren’t taken seriously by mainstream media, they featured them only as clickbait for ‘cranks’ on the internet. But now, as more and more credible people have come forward with their experiences, a shift has occurred in public perception.

• Filmmaker Reuben Langdon claims that the US government is controlling the messaging around the new information around UFOs to keep justifying its bloated military budget and to terrify Americans. With defense spending in the trillions of dollars, the sudden release of a trove of CIA documents (see ‘The Black Vault’ here), with the recent UAP Task Force’s unclassified preliminary UFO report blaming the presence of this unrecognized technology on Russia or China, seems at best suspect and at worst diabolical. Instead of seeing the opportunity to expand humanity’s awareness, the framing of this new information has become one with distrust and war, or as Langdon puts it – “fear porn”.

• As an actor and stuntman, Langdon has been featured in blockbuster films such as ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’. He became interested in UFOs following an experience he had while filming the James Cameron sci-fi epic ‘Avatar’. For over a decade he has been researching extraterrestrial phenomena amongst other things and entered a successful documentary-making career.

• “The people doing the work (researching UFOs) seem to have the best of intentions,” notes Langdon. “It comes down to the media and forcing their hand. We have a media that is so focused on the negative news with very few positives. A lot of the researchers in the field have trouble to even bring forth the information. Like, Chris Mellon who said, first we have to have the conversation and unfortunately many will not listen unless it has that negative spin.”

• In 2013, Langdon was involved in the citizen hearing on UFO disclosure, that included former members of Congress, to discuss the history of UFOs and the cover-up by the American government. Several high-ranking military intelligence figures shared information at the mock hearing to show what a real investigative Congressional hearing could be like if it were ever allowed. The hope was that it would raise enough awareness to force a public inquiry. One result was a demand by the late Senator Mike Gravel (D-Alaska) that information about UFOs hidden from the public by the US intelligence be released for everyone.

• “I disagree with projecting fear with the UFO stories. It is an approach to get it in the media but not my approach to this phenomena,” says Landon. “The national (American) media seems to be about selling fear and scaring as many people as possible because… fear sells.…”

• One of the biggest challenges regarding the UFO coverage is getting it to be taken in seriously. “I think that the Government may see this as an opportunity to put forth their agenda which is one of control of power,” says Landon. “[To] be prepared for false flags…like an alien invasion. …We can choose to support people with a fear based narrative or support people with a non-fear based narrative. There is no reason to be in fear, if you are aware of it.”

• Langdon also made a documentary exploring alternative energy sources and the inventors who created them. While his documentary series: ‘Interviews with Extra Dimensionals’ was rejected by film industry executives, Langdon produced two seasons of the show himself. It ended up being a top show on the GAIA network.

• Langdon’s new project is a film about the adventurer F.A. Mitchell Hedges (the man Indiana Jones character was based on) and the crystal skull that his daughter discovered in the 1920’s at a Mayan temple. He explores the mystique surrounding the object and its larger meaning to those who believe it has spiritual powers. “There seems to be an interaction between sacred spots and different places on the Earth. …The film will also uncover the legend about the possibilities that there are 13 skulls around the Earth and if all found the legend says, humanity will enter a new era.”

• The Crystal Skull is thought by some to be similar to an ancient computer that holds some sort of sacred knowledge like the Akashic records and other information available from ancient civilizations. People show up from all over the world to simply sit in the presence of the Crystal Skull to experience its power and report mystical attunement with multi-dimensional realms.

• “To some (UFO disclosure) may seem like the end of the world when in actuality it is humanity waking up to our true potential,” says Langdon. “The realization we are sovereign, independent beings that can create our own reality and not rely on others to do it for us.”

• [Editor’s Note] Yes, this writer is the same Tara Reade who invoked mainstream media’s derision last year when she reported how presidential candidate Joe Biden had groped and sexually harassed her when she was a senior aide to the Congressman in the early 1990s. See Reade’s 30-minute video interview of Reuben Langdon below.

 

Filmmaker Reuben Langdon spoke to RT about how the government is controlling the messaging around the new information around UFOs to keep justifying its bloated military budget and terrify Americans.

For my ninth birthday, my brother got me a telescope. In rural Northern Wisconsin, on my family’s farm, I would look at the stars across the night sky with no light pollution to block the waves of patterns webbing across the dark. Michael, my older brother, patiently set up my telescope and showed me the constellations and told me their ancient names; we would also wonder about possible other worlds and UFOs.

The first time I could find the constellations on my own, I was lit up and forever

transfixed by stars. My brother explained the history, “This is the Ursa major and Ursa minor, the bears, the protectors.” I looked up at him, strong and tall, Michael, like the bear constellation, was my constant protector until his death took him somewhere beyond the stars.

Recently, international media began reporting more and more stories about Unidentified Flying Object (UFO) sightings, following the release of American government information relating to secret projects on the subject. For a long while, UFOs weren’t taken seriously by mainstream media, they featured them only as clickbait for ‘cranks’ on the internet. But now, as more and more credible

people have come forward with their experiences, a shift has occurred in public perception.

There was a movement for the American government to release under the Freedom of Information Act documentation relating to projects involving UFOs. Former Navy pilots and civilians have since come forward for interviews about what they witnessed in the skies and the way the military chose to conceal sightings of the advanced technology demonstrated by UFOs. Yet, for all the supposed transparency there was a message of fear creeping into the narrative.

As the American empire always seeks to justify its bloated weapons spending to the tune of trillions of dollars, the sudden release of these CIA documents seems at best suspect and at worst diabolical with a view to blaming the presence of this unrecognized technology on Russia or China. Unfortunately, instead of seeing the opportunity to expand awareness for humanity the framing of the new information became one with a thread of distrust and war.

In the words of filmmaker and actor Reuben Langdon, the corporate media gives us “fear porn.”

He added: “The people doing the work (researching UFOs) seem to have the best of intentions. It comes down to the media and forcing their hand. We have a media that is so focused on the negative news with very few positives. A lot of the researchers in the field have trouble to even bring forth the information. Like, Chris Mellon who said, first we have to have the conversation and unfortunately many will not listen unless it has that negative spin.”

29:56 minute Tara Reade discusses UFO media with producer Reuben Langdon (‘RT’ YouTube)

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