First-Ever National UFO Archive Centre to be Built In the US

UFO fans are beyond excited. Here’s what you need to know.

Zac Whelan
By Zac Whelan
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First-Ever National UFO Archive Centre to be Built In the US.
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What if all of the best historical UFO/UAP material could be found in one, easy-to-access location? Well, look no further.

After years of deliberation, the first-ever U.S. national archive for unidentified flying objects/unidentified areal phenomenon (UFO/UAP) material was given the green light, set to be built in Alberqueue, New Mexico.

Researcher and ufologist David Marler will lead the National UFO Historical Records Center (NUFOHRC), telling Fox News “We want to base it in Albuquerque, New Mexico because of the state affiliation with the subject.”

According to the International UFO Congress, Marler has conducted numerous investigations into alleged UFO sightings and related experiences over the last 30 years. He has also lectured on the subject to numerous school and adult audiences including at the university level.

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“With the accumulated data, we hope to assist with serious research endeavours and aid in an accurate chronicling of UFO/UAP history for present and future generations regardless of belief or non-belief in the subject,” the organisation said in a press release.

The national archive will contain a serious amount of material, including news clippings, video, civilian case files, photographs magazines, research notes, and physical artefacts. All of which are historically significant to the study of UFOs. “Currently, the collection consists of materials from over 25 countries derived from 70-plus US and foreign individuals,” Marler says.

UFO disclosure

There is growing speculation within the UFO community that governments across the globe are on the precipice of full-blown extraterrestrial disclosure. And the recent Pentagon shift in regard to the declassification of UFO materials is strongly fuelling the narrative.

In a 2021 interview, Nick Pope, a former UFO investigator for the UK’s Ministry of Defence, told The Sun Online “Something is playing out right now, powerful forces are at work behind the scenes, pulling the strings on this,” in response the 2015 U.S. Navy “Gimbal” UFO video (see below).

The footage was released, alongside two other previously classified clips, in hopes of clearing up “any misconceptions by the public on whether or not the footage that has been circulating was real or whether or not there is more to the videos,” a Pentagon spokesperson said in 2020.

More secret UFO-related government programs have been disclosed in the last 10 years than ever before and it could be safe to assume that this is only just the beginning.

Back in 2017, the Pentagon acknowledged the existence of an Advanced Aerospace Weapons Systems Application Program (AAWSAP) — subsequently replaced by the UAP Task Force in 2020 — under a Freedom of Information (FOI) request. It is now rumoured to have been connected to the Pentagon’s UFO study program.

What’s more, at the beginning of the pandemic, the United States $2.3 trillion COVID-19 relief bill sneakily triggered a 180-day countdown for the Pentagon and other agencies to begin disclosing information about UFO sightings.

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The Senate Intelligence Committee noted they expected information regarding “observed airborne objects that have not been identified” and “detailed analysis of unidentified phenomena data collected by: a. geospatial intelligence; b. signals intelligence; c. human intelligence; and d. measurement and signals intelligence,” The New York Post reports.

But why the sudden change in the narrative?

Alien conspiracy

From spacefaring extraterrestrial civilizations and advanced enemy state technology to the New World Order fake alien invasion theory, the internet has run wild with speculation over the intelligence community’s disclosure of UFO material.

Needless to say, there is not enough evidence to confidently point to either of these conclusions. But some serious researchers have shared their thoughts on the matter. And some are concerned.

Famous American ufologist and founder of The Disclosure Project, Dr Steven Greer, believes the threat of a so-called “cosmic false flag” is much higher than you may think. According to Greer, UFO programs have extreme secrecy, “at least 21 levels… past the levels of the president.”

He also speculates that the corporate sector, government, and the intelligence community are all involved at some level. Obviously, theories like this are highly controversial. But when it comes to aliens — it may pay to keep an open mind.

Zac Whelan
Posted by Zac Whelan Founder & CEO at CONTX Media
Zac Whelan, an Australian art, science and technology lover, spends his spare time drinking gin and pondering on how today's innovations will impact the world tomorrow. A business law graduate from the University of Western Australia, Zac has extensive experience in social media marketing, online journalism and avoiding sharks at the beach.
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