Non Human Intelligence Disclosure

I am just copy pasting. The post was removed by reddit mods so possibly some truth in here:

I worked on a team that dealt with NHI technology and left in 2018.

Hi, I'm writing this because I never got any sort of debrief or moment to decompress from a job I quit in February of 2018. I worked for an agency that dealt with issues related to non-human intelligence. Sometimes these were referred to as EBE's, or as a friend lovingly called them, "Ayyys".
I can't divulge what I did specifically, most of the information I'm going to discuss is anecdotal information I found out about from colleagues. This is because it would be easy to identify me from what my role was, as the information I can say about what I did specifically would be personally identifying. Feel free to dismiss my post as a hoax entirely, I know the right people will believe me. I'm posting this for myself, to make peace with the gravity (no pun intended) of the situation. I tried VA and independent therapy, but divulging this sort of information to a hipster trained in active listening probably wouldn't go well. Posting here is a last resort, but I hope I'm welcome to discuss what I can.

I'll first talk about my career history, what working for the agency is like, how it functions, and then my general thoughts. If my post makes it past moderation, I'll answer as many questions as I can. I'm unwilling to post an ID privately to moderators or otherwise. People who did that faced consequences. I don't think those people were reddit leakers specifically, but any act to talk about the information in any meaningful way outside of the chain of command ends badly. I'd rather be accused of making things up than risk that, because I simply don't care what people think of me. Hopefully my post will clear up why.
I'm currently a university professor.

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  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I'm currently a university professor. I was inspired to write this post when one of my students referred to me as, verbatim "a dude who has to know about aliens". If only he knew that wasn't even the start of it.

    I graduated from college in the early 90s with a degree in something I'm passionate about but never used. I started my career as an assistant for a mechanical engineer at an aerospace contractor I got after working some connections I had. Entry-level contractor jobs are easier to get than you may think (well, maybe not if you've posted here). I eventually was a project manager overseeing a small team working on experimental aircraft.
    Over the course of my career in aviation I worked at 3 different contractors. I was on some of the teams working in autonomous flight in Nevada, among other places. I'll share two major things I noticed that, looking back, could be related to NHI research:
    It was a sort of open secret I was let in on at some point in the late 90s that if a large-scale invasion or threat to the mainland US were to materialize, the US had an "ultimate trump-card" of sorts that would render everything we were working on as completely obsolete. Jokes like "well, work smarter not harder on 'x' because if it were to come down to it, we wouldn't use that technology anyway." weren't uncommon. I assumed this was referring to nukes.
    Later, I spent time doing inspections at various secret facilities due to my standing in particular agencies. If I'm identified, I will definitely lose that standing, so there's that. This was not as exciting as it sounds, it was very technical and boring. I was mostly just a glorified HVAC inspector. I visited a handful of facilities, but two of them in particular stood out as there were areas within them I wasn't allowed to access. At the first facility, the scope of my job was to inspect the entire location. One area had its own security, who, after a long discussion, basically told me to kick rocks.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I think you were just led on to spread this message, not realizing that you are very much part of the psyop.

      The “invasion” you were informed of is purely staged, along with the concurring events that many will believe are in defense of the world… when in fact, are all part of the staged reset in which 3/4 of the planet’s population will be purged.

      Never seen a movie when a guy gets a job, believing he is part of a benevolent purpose, only to find out he has been partaking directly in a nefarious scheme?

      This message may or may not have been written by an artificial chat agent.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >The “invasion” you were informed of is purely staged, along with the concurring events that many will believe are in defense of the world… when in fact, are all part of the staged reset in which 3/4 of the planet’s population will be purged.
        Skip it. Not skip to it.
        Dr. Manhattan did not come up with Princep Veights plan, Princep Veight did

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    My boss wasn't authorized to let me through either. I wrote a scathing report about this incident in my overall assessment of the facility and my boss erased it from the document entirely.

    The situation at the second facility was similar. I'll admit, I was what I guess the my students call a "Karen" about it. I knew that whoever was operating these areas was working completely outside of congressional regulation, which, while it does happen in certain sectors, is really not a good look. Once I got the job I'm talking about, I was able to confirm the second facility was related to NHI research. I was never able to confirm the first was.
    After a teaching stint, I was offered an interview for a position in my project management roots again near where I was living at the time. I wasn't told what I would be working on, which isn't uncommon. I was excited to get back to work because I had been working on goal-oriented drone swarms in my free time and assumed that's what the interview would be for.
    The interview took place in a SCIF in someone's house. Looking back, this was most likely a house that wasn't lived in, but just used for the purpose of interviewing potential hires without giving away the location. It's also likely this was the location because this agency doesn't exist in any official capacity. Yes, it has a name, it gets sort-of-kind-of funding. Saying the name would get me killed. I wish I were exaggerating, I was told the name at the start of the interview, and I had never heard of it before. I've never even said the name out loud.
    Paradoxically, even though the agency "doesn't exist" if someone knew the name, it's likely a paper trail exists through publicly available documents. A lot of the information isn't classified because the agency is so secretive going through the process to classify it in the first place would reveal it to too many people.

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    In past interviews, particularly for the inspection job, I could refer to specific colleagues, facilities I worked at, or contractors I was in good standing with to play the usual interview game. In this interview, I was treated like a brand new hire. While I was already offended about how I was being treated, the interviewer started grilling me about my love for Star Trek (?) and said that "theatrics" wouldn't fly in the position I was being interviewed for. Looking back, I should've never accepted the job, but the allure of working on swarms was too great.

    The first office I worked at was an office building that didn't stand out in any way at all. I believe our neighbors in the office park were a fashion studio and a dentist, among others. The difference was our building had 24/7 armed security. The first few days were heavy paperwork and on-boarding. One of my old bosses called me on an office phone to talk to me before I was officially on-boarded. As a management nerd, the biggest challenge of working for this "agency" is that it's a paperless office. It has its own highly sophisticated intranet with hundreds of archival documents. The implication was, that unless it absolutely had to be saved, to never, ever write anything down. I remember an early colleague telling me "a Gantt chart is a great way to get fired". This was a challenge at first, remembering all of the information with no documentation is not something I'm particularly built for, especially when the information is about NHI.
    Later, I worked in a facility within-a-facility just like the one I had tried to inspect. It stored a craft. Being near the craft for extended periods of time is extremely dangerous, especially if it is being experimented on with power. I didn't observe any injuries to anyone while I was there, but all sorts of long-term nasty injuries were relayed to me through rumors and warnings. The craft was shaped like a dreidel without the handle.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >The craft was shaped like a dreidel without the handle.
      space israelites confirmed
      https://archive.4plebs.org/pol/thread/413807291/

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    There was a large exterior piece that went missing when it was recovered. The theory is it acted as a stabilizer, although some argue it was a crude weapon. It sat in a custom hydraulic rig that could be used to rotate it into all sorts of different positions, kind of like those aerotrim astronaut training balls where they spin you around. I wasn't on the team that got to use the rotation rig. The rig was so large and extensive I spent a few weeks thinking it was part of the craft before someone told me otherwise. Typically, the craft would hold on its side in the rig for easier storage. Its weight just naturally sat it that way, although it was intended to be flown vertically.
    The shape was directly informed by its purpose. Every shape is custom moulded in a metallic material that would revolutionize the way we travel if we had it. In following the topic as much as I can manage to, I've seen some other people mention the material. There were some material scientists that had been working there for decades.
    I never got to go inside the craft. It was guarded 24/7. Boy, did I want to look.
    The agency goes out of its way to hire individuals who have little interest in working in this space at all. They recruit particularly out of BYU, although you have to have a contractor or government career for around a decade to be considered for an interview. Published papers don't hurt.
    When I worked at the second facility the sorts of people that were there were frustrating to interact with because my initial reaction to working in the that facility was extreme excitement, and it wasn't shared. I believe this is partially responsible for the stagnation, high turnover rate, and compartmentalization. I quickly learned who to trust, and gained some enormous that helped my work. Part of why I'm being secretive about my ID is because the turnover rate results in a sort of "summer camp" work environment.

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    . It's easy to point to "classes" of people in various non-leadership positions that all were hired, fired, or quit at similar times. If I said when I started, ended, and where I worked I'd be easily identifiable because there are so few people that match my description. Leadership has been there forever. No, not literally.

    The agency is divided up into several "wings", not unlike the executive, legislative and judicial branches. I'm not insinuating they're a shadow government, but the wings check and balance each other in a way a government is at least... designed to. These wings include mechanical engineering, biologic research, weapons research, computer science, tracking, what I'll call anthropology, what I'll call crash recovery because that's what colleagues who are planning to come forward will call it, and security. I'll list some information about each. There are definitely more wings that I don't know about.

    What's unique is these sub-groups exist all as part of different parent government organizations and are HQ'd where their parent agencies are. For example, the tracking wing is sort-of-kind-of embedded as R&D at NORAD. This is a simplification of the actual "paperwork" involved, it's honestly complicated and I don't know much about how it works. I do know that this is how they maintain funding even when the parent agency goes completely dark for stretches of time. It's worth mentioning that these departments employ, at most, 50 people each. It's typically much lower than that. This is why we're all pushing for whistleblower protection. It's not hard to identify us because there are so few of us in the first place.
    Mechanical engineering is exactly what it sounds like. It's the most extensive, the oldest, and the most compartmentalized. We have crashed craft in various states of complete. We had a recovered craft that worked almost perfectly that was shot down by ourselves. I saw this coming, and it's part of why I quit.

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    There's a lot of information about this wing in the public sphere. Part of their job is to determine what each shape of craft is used for. This is an important job because we're unsure of NHI's intentions. If we discover the designs are intended to hurt us, action will have to be taken. I don't know what that means in practice, but it's what the engineers mostly study. Consider this lecture around the 10 minute mark about the differing characteristics of an F22 versus a passenger plane. Now imagine figuring out the purpose of the passenger plane versus the F22.

    Since we're humans, and those are human designs, eventually a team could figure it out. It's not as easy when the designs aren't for us, or purposes we fully understand. Triangles are the most impressive design, and we don't have one. It's likely China does, leadership is mad about that. This team discovered, a long time ago, that the reason why craft appear so bright to us humans is because it's not really "light" but rather the product of the crazy amounts of power these craft require. Sort of like smoke coming out of an exhaust pipe.
    Biology is something I personally suck at, even at the high school level. I can say the NHI look like the aliens from close encounters. As far as I know, we never had one alive. My source who told this was unsure if it was true or not. I didn't learn much about this wing, it's the most secretive. I do know its HQ is hidden in almost plain sight. I still feel like the guy who told me where it is had to be lying, because it was just too obvious. There are bodies stored in other locations apart from their main HQ.
    Weapons research is a large wing, and is fairly new. It was absorbed by the Space Force when it the SF was created. Frustration with the SF as a whole is part of why I left shortly before it started. I don't know much about it. It has a high turnover rate and is dangerous to work in.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >it's not really "light" but rather the product of the crazy amounts of power these craft require. Sort of like smoke coming out of an exhaust pipe
      Literally what I assumed this entire time. What else am I assuming everyone else implicitly knows?

  7. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    People were injured and compensated by a large private aerospace contractor instead of the USG. Its main job is to strap a nuke to a reverse-engineered craft and just see what the hell happens.
    Computer science is (or, was, it may have moved after I left) hq'd at a facility in my home state. This is rare, because most of the other wings are within a stones throw of DC, or Nevada. This is mostly based around researching the crafts navigation system. The navigation in every craft is the same. The craft use a system that originally befuddled generations of researchers, but it's essentially a 3D Dijkstra algorithm. It finds points around the craft, and chooses the most efficient possible route through space time to get to that point. Some of the parameters it uses to gauge efficiency are totally unknown to us and are a serious point of contention. It's not autonomy, but rather obstacle avoidance not unlike what you would see in a self-driving car. But the self-driving car could go through air, space and water without worrying about what medium it’s in. Additionally, the algo accounts for the crafts place in time. I don't think this means that the craft time travel in the way we think they can, but rather go so fast that they experience dilation and can hit objects in the future, and, potentially, past at their target destination. It's possible they do this on purpose sometimes. I don't know much about the internal programming of the computer or how it actually does any of this. There are a few senior scientists that hold that information dear. One of them jokingly refers to it as "Ayyyy C", as in, C for NHI. I know that he doesn't work with a computer, only a pad of paper and pen.
    Although the algo is extremely effective, Nuclear explosions and experiments somehow interfere with this navigation. Craft particularly avoid Diablo Canyon, even if we put something they really want there. They mostly avoid previous crash sites as well. More on crashes later.

  8. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Speaking of avoidance, tracking, like I mentioned, is (or was) part of NORAD. The NHI deploy craft of various shapes and sizes all the time. I don't want to claim that they have advanced cloaking techniques, but from what I heard, the tracking department basically is in an eternal game of cat-and-mouse. They don't have adequate technology to track the trans medium craft. All I would say on a record is NHI know we can track them, and know how to avoid us. They usually avoid detection by going underwater, especially in the case of particularly large (by human measurement, enormous) craft. It's interesting that historical UFO designs mimic the design of buildings and vehicles of that time period. Whether this was just humans not being able to reference what the designs look like, or a form of mimicry is anyone’s guess. Someone in leadership knows the answer, I don't.

    It's important to note not everyone at NORAD was part of the tracking team, but the tracking team is embedded in NORAD and interfaces with them on a minute to minute basis. This leads to scenarios where NORAD will report an object, and the tracking team will silently acknowledge, but give no explanation. This lead to a catastrophic incident that happened after I left but knew about from a colleague. Supposedly, tracking is being moved to the Space Force to clear up these miscommunications. If I were working there, I would probably be working on that onboarding process. NORAD was moved to Cheyenne not only to protect from a foreign adversary, but also because the facility is uniquely equipped to track NHI craft.
    The wing I called "Anthropology" is the weirdest one by far. It focuses on a few different things. They originally studied NHIs intentions and "culture" if it's possible to call it that. The reports I read from this early research changed the way I see the world. Anthropology and Computer Science were at one point decompartmentalized to study how the NHI interact with the craft.

  9. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    They send signals using their body to systems that control the craft. It's hypothesized that they can and prefer to control craft remotely, but I'm not sure if we were really researching this.
    Take note that if the driver of the jerry-rigged death trap in the video panics, the car would accelerate due to heightened brain activity. When people wonder how a superintelligent being can crash, this is part of the answer, in conjunction with the navigation system malfunctioning. I personally don't think the NHI feel "stress" as we do, but if they heightened their activity and overrode the pathfinding system instead of letting it do its job, there could be an accident.
    A smaller subset of this wing focuses on how humans can interface with craft that are currently in the sky. If you see an image of a large disc above a gas station in the snow, it was someone in this department "summoning" a craft not unlike how cheap RC car controllers can interfere with each other when used at the same time. Some people are better suited to interfere with NHI craft than others. We're not sure why.
    On somewhat comedic note, one colleague was harshly punished for using this research to encounter NHI craft at a party. There was an outdoor bonfire, alcohol, and questions about what she did for work. She wasn't killed or anything, just called a dumbass and told to never, ever do that again.
    Some people in this department are BYU graduates who believe they are directly interfacing with what were recorded in the bible as angels. There is an even smaller subset of this wing that focused on NHI communicating with humans. All I know about them is that they did that work at some juncture, but probably have other jobs now.
    Crash Recovery probably has the most people involved. It's split up among several parent orgs, but funding is funnelled away from it and into other departments when there's little activity.

  10. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    This is common among the entire agency, as funding and staff get balanced between the different wings based on progress or lack thereof. Most of the crash recovery staff are staff from tracking and security that are involved in Crash Recovery. It's also made up of members of all of our favourite three letter organizations. Crash Recovery's overall structure was referred to as a volunteer fire department. It's typically some people playing pool and watching movies, but when the need arises, all hands on deck from the current staff, and on-call members.
    Crashes are exceedingly rare. The number of crashes goes down exponentially because they learn to avoid the cause of the crash. When they crash, they make no effort to retrieve the debris, save for one instance. I personally believe some crashes weren't "crashes" but were NHI parking a vehicle for us, because there were no bodies recovered and the craft was in perfect shape.
    Security, to put it mildly, are terrifying. Imagine the very best of the SEALS, NSA and Secret Service all working together. They are short-staffed, but that staff is not only elite, but dedicated. Their numero uno rule is people that mention the agency name are killed. It's not a question, and it happened during my time. You'll hear more about them as news about the retaliation Dave comes out. I wasn't directly interviewed by him, but I know several people who were. The security team figured it out quickly and, you could say they aren't his fans. They constantly monitor all discussions about the topic, but rarely act in real life unless absolutely necessary. They staff facilities like the second one I worked at. This team also actively engages in disinformation, gaslighting and other similar campaigns. Their goal is to keep the US's secrets about this tech, secret, because other countries are close to breakthroughs. They also conduct counter intel on what other countries know, and counter-counter intel about what they know about what we know.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Security is stupid.
      It is the same as the cold war.
      People get harassed or killed all the time over nothing, but the people at the top hand over the secrets to all the other countries.
      And I am not kidding.
      All the "enemy nations" are given all the info; the only ones who don't get handed the info, are American Citizens, and that is clearly treason.

  11. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    . Not to sound crazy, but, the security team will see this at some point or another, so, a friendly hello to them. Can't touch this ;p (I sure hope!)
    I have a hunch that the current public facing task forces are actually their own wing within security. A friend of mine texted me once, "Sean Kirkpatrick, you can get your ass kicked". Ha. Don't confuse these public facing task forces with the work Dave & co. are doing. Dave is the real deal.
    I should mention that Leadership is kind of its own "wing". It's not on paper, but they operate above all of the other departments. Leadership is made up of managers who pay close attention to each wing, they discuss info they know, and bring up contradictions to upper managers. I don't know how far this chain goes up. I reported to someone who reported to someone. I believe it goes higher than that. I have no idea who is at the top or what their credentials are. I suspect they're in the private sector, with their bankroll disguised as R&D for government contracts. Leadership, honestly, made the right choices with the information they had, at least when I was there.
    Some bad people started to get in charge and change the way things worked among the middle managers and individual teams. This pissed people off and led to multiple catastrophes. As far as I know they faced no discipline.
    So, that was exhaustive. Those are the wings of the agency that I knew about during my time there. It feels good to get this off my chest. I've been sort-of keeping up to date on the topics coverage in mainstream media and want to give some of my thoughts on this.
    If the US comes out directly and says, "We have craft, we have bodies", it means we are on the verge of a serious global conflict like we've never seen before. They will only reveal this to the public if absolutely necessary. The way the information is going to come out is through people like Dave and further probing from congress.

  12. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    . Not all of it should be public information, but I believe the technology that is just sitting... somewhere would completely revolutionize the way we live. I don't think anything significant will happen in my lifetime. It was a frustrating job, because everything was so stagnant and had so, so much potential. We're talking about technology so advanced it could render every single current global issue obsolete. If we solved two major issues with the craft and were able to manufacture them, we wouldn't know what to do with ourselves. The technology being incorporated into our technical revolution is a hoax. I heard one theory from a guy at a bar that the transistors at Bell Labs were inspired by technology at Area 51. This is a joke, the technology makes transistors look like sticks and stones.
    I believe multiple species of NHI is misinformation spun up by the security team. There are mystery wings of the agency I didn't get to learn about during my time. It's possible one of these researches other species, but I doubt that. NHI potentially experiment on us, and definitely experiment on animals. We have no idea why. The main reason you'll never see organized disclosure is because nobody can agree on what to say. We simply don't know enough. Namely, the NHIs intentions (sort-of, we have a good theory) and where they are from.
    The Anthropology wing believes the NHI are controlled by an intelligence that is beyond our current understanding of how life works. The biology reports conflict with this, which is why things can't be compartmentalized. If the government were to disclose info, they'd have to get the story straight. We also have no idea where they are from. "We" as in everyone I worked with. It's possible someone in high up in leadership knows. I don't think the answer is as simple as another planet or caves on earth.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >It was a frustrating job, because everything was so stagnant and had so, so much potential. We're talking about technology so advanced it could render every single current global issue obsolete
      Like what? (Stagnant, potential, technology, current global issue obsolete)

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        guys I'm just a copy paster I didn't make the orignal post. no one is gonna answer your questions unfortunately I just brought it here for speculation

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Just make a good then?

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Just make a good then?

          Good guess*

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Thank you!

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Why do you keep posting reddit posts on here for your youtube channel? I'm fricking annoyed by your spam for the last few weeks. You will never be better than t6.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            who the frick is t6? this is aboute alien disclosure numb nuts

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            You know who fricking TimeSix is. You even stole and copypaste his patreon description homosexual.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            NO ONE IS ASKING FOR MONEY ON PATREON READ THE POST AND DISCUSS THE ALIEN DISCLOSURE. DO YOU HAVE SCHIZOPHRENIA???

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            not everyone is terminally online some of us have actual lives. also how tf can you steal a patreon description lmao that shit ain't a movie script

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            t6 is the goat if you don't know who he is you should have a nice day right now I am 100% serious. his beautiful feminine voice is the only thing helping me sleep at night

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Boohoo plebbit infection on my pure and holy EerieWeb. This post is at least interesting and actually provides something unlike all the other shitty threads on this board

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            LMAO MIDNIGHT CHADCAST AND CHASS THE CHAD ABSOLUTELY MOG THAT BASEDBOY LMAO. I CAN'T WAIT FOR MIDNIGHT TO POST THIS TONIGHT HE'S THE GOAT.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            *ONIONS BOY. HE WISHES HE WAS MB OR CHASS

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Who are they?
      Where are they from?
      I was taught the basics when I was a kid.
      This book lists over a hundred species, and it does not disagree with the old information.

  13. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    The reason why specific facility locations are kept from the public is because some of them are sensitive and also not entirely NHI-researched based. It would be possible for some tiktokers and hippies to storm the first office I worked at if they were careful. Every place where the agency works is also home to other operations, which is why it's so hard to identify where they are. Lower leadership is hq'd in DC, and the upper management is split between Nevada, Australia and another foreign country. Security are everywhere and potentially even work remotely without an HQ.

    He answered some questions too but nothing really groundbreaking enough to go to the effort of posting them.

  14. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Slavery is against Universal Principles.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      relevance?

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        "Summer camps"

  15. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Ah summer camp work environment, nevermind

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      yeah I was gonna say basic reading comprehension come on

  16. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Do You detect any bot error?

  17. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    bullshit, the CCT one was better

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      what was the cct one?

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Agreed, though the thing that made it the most believable is that he wasn't sexing it up. The story wasn't about him, it was things a few odd things he witnessed but the wild shit was told to him by someone else, and he says even then the guy still figures, though he calls it a UFO, was a top secret project they were recovering.

  18. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Too long did not read

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      great contribution. really helping this board to be better. if you didn't read it or can't be bothered to read it just go somewhere else you fricking moron.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Black person

  19. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    This has been posted on here already multiple times.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      not physically possible. this is only 12 days old

  20. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Bullshittttt

  21. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Why do all personal in Your job specific jobs look like secondary stock photo image people?

  22. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Personel*

  23. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    bump cause it's about to be archived and I want to read it and possibly discuss

  24. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous
  25. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Didn't read cause your views on extraterrestrials are obvious based on the pic you chose.
    >muh demons

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      the pic is unrelated. I didn't even write the post it's copy and pasted from elsewhere for discussion. you EerieWeb morons really have zero IQ

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        You can't even write proper sentences.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >expecting a proofread english lit essay as a reply on EerieWeb
          kys

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        > you EerieWeb morons

        You have to go back

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      you really are moronic lmao

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        You really believe all aliens are demons?

  26. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Xcom games were telling us the truth all along

  27. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    "erm yes I am a government scientist who worked on NHI but I got fired because I stuck my penis in one. I will now be taking questions."

  28. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I'm not reading that, homosexual

  29. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Redditor thinks someone leaking top secret information about aliens would feel the need to lore dump about their own personal lives like a shitty writer introducing the main character of a mediocre young adult novel
    Classic

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      experience goes with the message dumbass
      that's how the communication works
      you can't read if you haven't connected words with sounds with letters

  30. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >I can't give you any meaningful information, but I CAN provide just enough to be easily tracked down.
    Classic

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >tasty sammy
      what meaningful info would you like?

  31. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous
  32. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Going to read this when my phone isn’t about to die. Can’t wait to have it show up on Midnight Broadcast

  33. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    “I put ghosts in fear, and with those tremors terrify the world.“
    - Ovid, Metamorphoses 6. 679 ff (trans. Melville) (Roman epic C1st B.C. to C1st A.D.)

  34. 3 weeks ago
    Hermes

    Too bad whoever controls the internet wants this shit scrubbed

  35. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Huh, sounds interesting

    Where's the biology wing of the group though?

    How do these NHIs work biologically?
    (If they even have a biology and are not just energy beings of some kind)

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      depends which level of reality you encounter them in

  36. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Non human intelligence was discovered by the monroe institute in the 1970s-90s when they conducted the out of body explorer missions.

    Others have done this same long long before, but this was just in a controlled government monitored setting. Its the most proof you'll get of non human intelligence and can be repeated by following their guidelines.

  37. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Yeah boss, im gona need two subway surfers footage bars on the side of that please

  38. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    if you had to pick which of these three options is most likely, what would you say?
    >A. this is an actual whistleblower telling true information
    >B. it's a creative larp by a bored anon
    >C. it's disinformation, part of an intricate psyop by the US government
    i personally go with B. that said, i've never seen a UFO before. if i had, i would probably lean more towards A.
    logically, it seems like aliens should exist, so i really don't know what's most likely. it's very confusing.
    this confusion might actually be the desired effect, if this is in fact a psyop. each of the three options seem to have a pretty strong argument.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      A. because the info and general vibe match other sources I see as reputable. The only point of doubt is his callousness revealing things about his personal life, which could indicate B, although the people working on special access programs are human too and often act irrationally.

      It's almost certainly not C since there's no FUD angle.

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