A Chronicle of Emergence, Exposure and Disclosure

February 1 2020

In May 2019 I started what turned out to be three Journal pages chronicling a flurry of developments related to the UFO, or UAP, subject. (Prior to ceasing active posting and commenting at all social media venues yesterday, I had been gently reminded to now say UAP or Unidentified Aerial Phenomena. Now I will only be passively monitoring facebook, twitter, and reddit. That is because I have gotten too old to tolerate the disturbances in the playgrounds of social media.)

I will now resume a chronicling of what appears to be the growing emergence of a long-standing but covert extraterrestrial presence, of our efforts studying that (exposure), and of authoritative revelations (like from governmental sources).

But, first, here are the previous journals:




Twitter seems to be the gateway for the widest introduction and spreading of relevant breaking news and developments. There is a large and now familiar-to-me group at twitter calling themselves “UFO Twitter”. Facebook seems comatose, and very tribal (thus boring). The subreddit r/UFO seems good and thankfully serious for the most part.

UFO Twitter has limped into the new year with many wounds from loads of intramural fights but still with relationships mostly intact. UFO Twitterites also seem optimistic that there will be positive developments on the exposure and disclosure fronts, and in the next entry here I will recap some key developments that have unfolded the past few months which do give a good basis for optimism.

From one corner of UFO Twitter has come a call for action on February 5th, 4 days after this entry. First, here is an excerpt of their summary and then the link for details:


On February 5th, 2020 we will be using credibly sourced and verified UAP data to engage mainstream journalists, scientists, politicians and celebrities. The aim is not to force ‘disclosure’ or change opinion, the aim is to open up a conversation and to also question exposure.

To raise the question of why such an important topic has been dismissed by so many different global mainstream media outlets is vital. Given that this observed and reported technology is defying the laws of physics (as we currently understand them), we should be seeing this topic on the front page of every newspaper in every country.

We are not seeing that. Currently.

Outreach Project

In these early efforts of such an Outreach Project, the very notion of Alien or UFO should be completely ignored as used terminology when engaging mainstream individuals. Such derogatory terms only serve to reinforce the already conditioned confirmation bias that the individual has, in short, they will use the terminology to turn away from the data regardless of how credible.

Terms such as unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP), anonymous aerial vehicles (AAV) or even unidentified aerial vehicles (UAV) should be considered above the term unidentified flying objects (UFOs) and the psychological baggage they bring with them.

This is a long term project that will most probably span the entirety of 2020, however it must be done in stages and sporadically (2 or 4 times per year), otherwise we may find fatigue set in very quickly for both the recipient and UFOtwitter.

Emails, letters and most importantly social media (mainly twitter) will be used as a tool to upload/input data to individuals.

Important to note, spamming must be avoided when targeting individuals. One email alongside one or two tweets that has multiple likes, retweets and comments is much more effective than multiple  emails and tweets with only one or two likes and retweets. (Learning from the tweet storm of 2014).

Additionally, UAPdata will only be sourced to official media articles that have occurred in the past 2 years (since Dec, 16th 2017), no mention of anything related to Ufology should be sought (regardless of how credible). Anything outside the remit of data which can’t be verified (especially the implication that the objects are extraterrestrial) should be avoided.”

Outreach Project: Exposing the mainstream to UAP

The above group of persons is taking a conservative approach for what is an initial introductory presentation to people likely conditioned by the long-cultivated atmosphere of ridicule and denial.

As I chronicle developments for the record, I will essentially ignore the dramas, controversies, conflicts, events, conferences, and personalities related to what is called The UFO Community. Instead, when it comes to the exposure efforts, I will focus on the ground being broken by academics, scientists, journalists, independent researchers and investigators and one other “sector”, the people who happen to be the most important in giving us a view of what is going on: the experiencers of direct encounters and interactions with the beings associated with “ufos”.

I will be preparing more educational material that focuses on close encounter of the 3rd and 4th kind cases at my site here. That is still taboo turf but I hope to have concise and helpful notes available as a gateway to broader resources. I feel a lot of people will want to seek out the information on this side of the issue (actually, the heart of it!!).

February 2 2020

There is some noting of developments from the last months of 2019 to catch up on. Today I will note a project planned for this year that is being organized by a non-profit in Oregon called UAP Expedition. MJ Banias, writing for Vice on October 31 2019:

“This Silicon Valley Startup Is Dedicated to Detecting UFOs Off the California Coast

UAP eXpeditions is made up of former military officials, Silicon Valley entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, and academics.

With this summer’s revelation that the US Navy considers UFOs and “Unidentified Aerial Phenomena” (UAPs) to be real, a team of venture capitalists, university professors, and military veterans are launching a project to track UFOs off the coast of California.

UAP eXpeditions is a non-profit group based in Oregon that will “field a top-notch group of uber-experienced professionals providing the public service of field testing new UAP related technologies.” With some of the Silicon Valley UFO Hunters, UAP eXpeditions will pioneer the ability to predict, find, observe, and document UAP for study and analysis. They will use “classical observation techniques, by trained observers and scientists, while using the latest experimental technologies—in the right places and the right times,” Kevin Day, the group’s founder and CEO, wrote in a Facebook post viewed by Motherboard.


And, Popular Mechanics reporting on this:

The above project is an example of the exposure-effort aspect.

A young reporter named Daymond Steer from a small New Hampshire newspaper, the Conway Daily News, has been having visiting presidential candidates go on the record related to the “disclosure” aspect of this subject. Andrew Yang, Senator Mike Bennet, Senator Amy Klobuchar, and Senator Bernie Sanders have so far answered the “ufo question”.

Here is New York Magazine reporting on Amy Klobuchar’s response in early January:

In an interview this week, Amy Klobuchar suggested that she’d be open to revealing government secrets concerning UFOs if she’s elected president.

The subject came up during an interview with the Conway Daily Sun, a New Hampshire daily. Months ago, a reporter with the paper asked Klobuchar about New Hampshire–native David Fravor, the former Navy pilot who first saw the now-infamous “Tic Tac” UFO in 2004.

The Minnesota senator said she would look into the incident, and this week she confirmed that she did. She also signaled an openness to greater government transparency on the issue.

“I think we don’t know enough … I don’t know what’s happened, not just with that sighting, but with others,” she said. “And I think one of the things a president could do is to look into what’s there in terms of what does the science say; what does our military say.

“Here’s the interesting part of that answer is that some of this stuff is really old … So, why can’t you see if you can let some of that out for the public so earnest journalists like you who are trying to get the bottom of the truth would be able to see it?” she asked rhetorically.


The To the Stars Academy of Arts and Sciences held its annual shareholder’s meeting on January 31 2020 and the Silva Record has posted an audio recording of that (recorder’s pseudonymn identified there):

Audio: TTSA Shareholder Meeting 2020

February 6 2020

MJ Banias profiles in his latest VICE article Daymond Steer of the Conway Daily News in New Hampshire. Steer has now gotten several Presidential candidates to address the US Navy pilots’ sightings of UFO craft performing way beyond human technological development:

Reporter Asks Presidential candidates about UFOs

Deep Prasad shared yesterday his text messages with a close friend exchanged within 20 minutes of his February 2019 encounter experience:

February 8 2020

Various ingrained battles and controversies continue to distract people on social media related to the ufo subject, and quiet observers interested in this subject who recently have created twitter accounts are noting and complaining of this.

This is why I have focused on having academic institutions hijack this field of study from the hands of the uncredentialed folks.

That effort has had zero results to date. Factoring in the very dismissive and mostly negative responses, from the communities of UC Davis and UC Berkeley, I suspect that the immature avoidance by academics of this subject is not going to change before the unfolding emergence of covertly present advanced alien civilizations reaches the point where that presence becomes clearly and undeniably obvious to everyone.

Our inadequate efforts at exposure and disclosure are apparently based on a lack of psychological readiness and maturity.

So, we are in for a wild ride in the coming years, on this and other fronts.

I am not going to waste my time chronicling much of what is going on with “the ufo community” or with the common issues addressed in the field of study known as “ufology”. Instead, my focus will be on “cosmic pluralism studies”. And, there is a wealth of largely ignored (by ufologists) data to study from the close encounter of the 3rd and 4th kind cases.

Samantha Cole has reported for VICE that long-time researcher Issac Koi has created a massive and searchable database of recorded broadcasts covering this subject:

Issac Koi Archival of UFO Broadcast Shows

Not long after noting here this am that things seem sluggish on the exposure and disclosure fronts (aside from TTSA and UAP Expedition projects), I learn that someone (i dont know who yet) has organized a UFO Disclosure Rally at the White House for July 2 2020:

White House UFO Rally Plans

Update: awarching the page, I see that the organizer is Alix C Toulme Jr of Tampa, Florida and he is trying to raise $1000 here:

Fundraiser for Rally

Looking more closely at this, I see it was announced just 8 or 9 days ago by the gentleman from Tampa identified above. Reading the post from him at his fundraiser page that he has not as yet obtained a permit from the National Park Police. Oh OH. As the only person on the planet to have obtained a permit for a UFO disclosure demonstration at the White House (for the same time of year as is planned for this one), I found I had to apply during the prior year to book the space for that event.

The person organizing this event, as Hollywood producer and disclosure activist Bryce Zabel just noted on twitter, has written “Whitehouse” instead of “White House” in the event announcement title and appears to be amatuerish in the style.

He also noted a lack of transparency so I checked the profile of the organizer. He is cureently running as an independent candidate for Congress from Tampa with a UFO disclosure platform positioned alongside a focus to “Make America Holy Again”. He states he is founder of Christians for First Contact and of the Global Anti Satan Alliance. His campaign Facebook page identifies him also as “Saint
Christopher For Congress”.

The event agenda posted calls for Donald J Trump to disclose UFO secrets. This is not a wise call for action, lol. We do need an actual grownup in the White House for any such disclosure to be credible (d’uh).

On another front, where the battles Donald Keyhoe had fought decades ago to expose a government coverup and the guarded secrets, long-time FOIA applicant John Greenewald today shared his findings after diving deep into the DOD budget in a hunt for a program focused (like AATIP) on “UAPs” and attempting to understand and exploit their observed technoligical capacities.

He thinks he may have found a “program element” that fits the bill:


See his report:

Could This Be DARPA’s Project for UFO/UAP Research?

February 9 2020

History Channel’s profoundly historically inaccurate show called Project Blue Book is now a few shows into Season 2.

The TTSA related show on History Channel called Unidentified will soon begin its season 2.

The History Channel show called Ancient Aliens has already started its new season and now airs on Saturday nights. More and more, they are weaving together ancient lore with contemporary events.

University religion scholar Diana Walsh Pasulka recently had someone hijack her email and twitter account and post nasty stuff about Tom DeLonge being a Mason and negative anti TTSA comments. Today, on Facebook, friends of her signed this ststement:


Just saw a graphic with a quote asserting a point that I fully concur with:


February 14 2020


Vice Article on Above Reporting

The Executive Summary to the leaked scientific study “Clinical Medical Acute and Subcacute Field Effects on Human Dermal and Neuroligical Tissues” is an addressing of what in the preface of this study is identified as what is evident in the “case literature of anomalous ce3 to 4 events concerning human injury data.” That data, as noted in the preface, is “robust enough so that..the injury patterns are scalable and self consistent and they can permit reasonable descriptions as to cause and effect, bandwidth of injuries…”

The injuries in ce3 cases most often relate to being too close to craft landing or taking off and sometimes when person is struck with an energy beam after firing on the observed beings.

The Executive Summary:

Executive Summary
This paper relates, summarizes, and analyzes evidence of unintended injury
to human observers. Second, an argument is made that the subsequent work
can inform (e.g., reverse engineer), through clinical diagnoses, certain
physical characteristics of possible future Advanced Aerospace Systems from
unknown provenance that may be a threat to United States interests.
The evidence discussed includes scientific material that has been peer-
reviewed, contained in recently declassified government documents, and
early emergent clinical medical analyses also underway in companion
research studies, supported by the Sponsor and Affiliates.
n Based on historical cases, humans have been found to have been
injured from exposures to anomalous vehicles, especially airborne,
and when in relatively close proximity.
n The primary mechanisms of injury are related to electromagnetic
radiation field effects (EMR field effects).
n The biophysical characteristics of the injuries are well understood.
n The energy related propulsion systems are not well understood.
n The potential deployment of systems is thus, important to
n Sufficient incidents/accidents have been accurately reported, and
medical data acquired, as to support a hypothesis that some
advanced systems are already deployed, and opaque to full US
Intelligence understanding.
n Amongst the most important pathophysiological effects are:
o Heating and burn injuries
§ Ionizing and non-ionizing
§ Thermally induced
o Neurological effects
§ Cognitive / Central Nervous System
§ Neuromuscular / Central & Autonomic Nervous Systems
§ Sensory / Peripheral Nervous System
§ Neuropsychiatric / Neuroendocrine
o Auditory / Cranial Nerves VII & VIII
§ Communication & disabling effects
§ Noise and central neurocognitive
n Analysis of Clinical Diagnostic Codes together with environmental
conditions observed during anomalous events are clustered in
meaningful ways
n The medical analyses while not requiring the invention of an
alternative biophysics, do indicate the use of (to us) unconventional
and advanced energy systems.