Paul Hellyer, an engineer and politician, spoke out in front of Congress and declared from his reports that there are alien species, four types specifically identified, different types have different agendas and that there are aliens living on earth right now.
The 2012 Canadian Ufology Survey released a report that revealed the number of UFO sightings across Canada doubled since the year before, now a record high of around 2000 sightings in one calendar year.
Now, mobile phone access reaches three quarters of the population who then capture sightings in real-time and upload to numerous forms of social media as images or video. Activity has increased so much around the world that even airports have been shut down due to unidentified activity in the sky.
Due to “increased sightings of anomalous aerial phenomena” in Peru, the air force announced it is reopening the office responsible for UFO investigations.
Colonel Julio Vucetich, the head of the air force’s aerospace interests division told reporters that “many people don’t report UFO sightings” and declared that is because “they fear they will be labeled mad or made fun of, but nowadays with new technology, cellphone videos, Facebook, Twitter, they can be much more open, without feeling that they are the only ones who have seen what they’ve seen.”
The National UFO Reporting Center in the US said UFO spottings increased 42 percent from 2011 to 2012. Drones are currently being blamed for the increase. The CEO of the drone consulting firm Unmanned Response, Tony Hallett, summed up the overwhelming response from the public as “they’ll see something flying around the neighborhood with an LED light on, and…it’ll be an unidentified flying object for them.”
Nobody can be quite sure about what they are seeing. They can however find comfort in fellow onlookers seeing the same sighting and capturing it from all angles. According to some governments and organizations, UFO sightings are increasing. As they flood the internet, the former Canadian Defense Minister, Paul Hellyer, is joined by the citizens of the world, in waiting to hear disclosures from the US on the subject matter. Although, official statements from any government in the world are rare, the internet might create the right kind of pressure for a discussion.
By Cayce Manesiotis