Today a President confirmed the existence of UFOs.
Franklin D. Roosevelt wrote a memo to General George C. Marshall on this day in 1942 that read, in part, “I have considered the disposition of the material in possession of the Army that may be of great significance toward the development of a super weapon of War…Consultation with Dr. Bush and other scientists on the issue of finding practical uses for the atomic secrets learned from the study of celestial devices…” Clearly, he’s referencing UFOs, and it’s just one of hundreds of tidbits that prove that the US government has hidden their existence from us. The revelation appears in a book entitled Majic Eyes Only, by Ryan S. Wood, published in 2005 and, strangely, overlooked by just about everyone…unless you’re part of the conspiracy.
It must be a burden to hide such proof all these years, though such conspiracies have been common throughout history. Folks were alleging lost (or purposely destroyed) gospels of Christ soon after the New Testament was blessed in the early 4th century. Allegations of secret hermetic teaching have been with us since the Dark Ages, and pretty much every political event has been credited to shadowy influences as much as obvious causes. Masons, Protocols of Zion, Trilateral Commission…the cover-ups are endless, and endlessly resistant to disproof. Some will argue that awareness of a silly allegation keeps people from investigating it seriously, which is part of the plot to keep them, well, secret, sort of.
It’s just surprising that so many people believe that a secret can survive the scrutiny of the Internet. Or do they thrive because of it?