A UFO investigations expert says their current analysis of UFO materials could finally make “some sort of definitive conclusion.”
Former U.S. military intelligence official Luis Elizondo, who now works for a UFO investigation organization ‘To the Stars … Academy of Arts & Science,’ told Fox News host Tucker Carlson about his company’s exciting recent work from analysing UFO materials.
“Our company over the last year and a half has actually obtained quite a bit of material,” Elizondo told Carlson. “Let me first preface by saying some of that material that’s providence is frankly hearsay while other of the providence of some of this other material has been substantiated.”
Elizondo told Carlson that the group is in the process of in-depth analysis of the materials by looking at its physical, chemical, and atomic properties.
“And it’s really at that point we’ll be able to make some sort of definitive conclusion,” he said, adding that the findings still need to be peer-reviewed.
The UFO researcher told Carlson that “interesting isotopic ratios” not “normally found on this planet” could lead to two conclusions: it’s either been purposefully engineered or it “came from somewhere else.”
Last month, the U.S. Navy acknowledged that the three UFO videos released by the New York Times and the To the Stars Academy of Arts & Science were unidentified objects.
The Navy accepted the term “Unidentified Aerial Phenomena” (UAPs) for the three objects in the videos released in 2017 and 2018 referred to as “FLIR1,” “Gimbal,” and “Gofast.”
The navy’s acknowledgment surprised many, including Black Vault publisher John Greenewald, Jr.
“I very much expected that when the U.S. military addressed the videos, they would coincide with the language we see on official documents that have now been released, and they would label them as ‘drones’ or ‘balloons,’” Greenwald told Vice’s Tech Column Motherboard. “However, they did not. They went on the record stating the ‘phenomena’ depicted in those videos, is ‘unidentified.’ That really made me surprised, intrigued, excited, and motivated to push harder for the truth.’”
Elizondo, on the other hand, is positive about the existence of UFOs and expressed his belief during a May appearance on Fox News.
“Tucker, we are well beyond right now establishing whether or not these things exist,” he said. “It is an absolute fact that they are there.
“Now, what they are, where they are from, who is behind the wheel, we simply don’t know. Is it possible these things are a foreign adversarial technology that somehow was developed in secret and we are just now trying to figure these things out? It’s possible. But, there are also other possibilities as well, of what these things could be.”