Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Report

Source: KGRA Digital Broadcasting – June 24, 2021

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KGRAdb.com Explosive UFO/UAP Roundtable” featuring top Minds in Ufology

 On the eve of the long-awaited Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force (UAPTF) report, KGRA Digital Broadcasting (kgradb.com) will hold a special “Roundtable” discussion, featuring three foremost leaders from the world of Ufology:

Richard Dolan

– a recognized international UFO researcher, author and U.S. historian who focuses on UFO/UAP coverups, contact, abduction, the science behind the phenomenon and how it has affected world culture.

Micah Hanks

– a longtime advocate for scientific research into UFOs, a member of the Scientific Coalition for UAP Studies, and author/researcher of space studies, zoological mysteries and unusual phenomena in nature.

Lee Speigel

– for nearly 50 years, has researched, written, produced and reported on the overlapping worlds of Science and Unexplained Phenomena for the following outlets: NBC Radio, ABCNews.com, CBS Inc., The Huffington Post and was co-producer/co-writer of the 2020 documentary, “The Phenomenon.” Also, the only person in history to produce a milestone presentation on UFOs at the United Nations.

During the “Roundtable” program, Dolan, Hanks and Speigel will offer their opinions on what the congressional UFO report may contain and whether it will answer many long-term questions about the UFO-UAP issue. In the past few years, U.S. government and military officials and have confirmed the existence of unknown, technologically advanced objects in the sky above our planet. The upcoming official report is expected to admit that none of these objects represent American technology, but is looking into the possibility they may have either a Russian or Chinese origin. There may also be a hint that extraterrestrial craft could be involved.

“In 1968, at the Air Force Academy in Colorado, a textbook called ‘Introductory Space Science’ — part of the science curriculum physics department – included a chapter, titled ‘Unidentified Flying Objects,’” according to Speigel. “The chapter was for Air Force cadets’ Eyes Only – our future military officers – and was meant to bring them up to date on the current official interest and information about UFOs. The chapter included international references and important data, like the following:

‘From available information, the UFO phenomenon appears to have been global in nature for almost 50,000 years. This leaves us with the unpleasant possibility of alien visitors to our planet, or at least of alien-controlled UFOs. What questionable data there are suggest the existence of at least three and maybe four different groups of aliens (possibly at different stages of development). This, too, is difficult to accept. It implies the existence of intelligent life on a majority of the planets in our solar system, or a surprisingly strong interest in Earth by members of other solar systems. A solution to the UFO problem may be obtained by the long and diligent effort of a large group of well financed and competent scientists. Unfortunately, there is no evidence suggesting that such an effort is going to be made.’”

Speigel further clarifies that soon after that science textbook offered this (and much, much more information to the cadets), the UFO chapter was revised to soften the material, and not long after, the Air Force ended Project Blue Book – it’s decades-long investigation into UFOs.

This and other eye-opening information is part of the KGRAdb.com “Roundtable,” as we all wait to see what the congressional UFO report will reveal – if anything – to the public.

KGRAdb.com will broadcast the “Roundtable” on Thursday, June 24, at 8pm (EST), on the KGRA-db Website and will be moderated by KGRA Program Director Race Hobbs.

For further information, contact:

Race Hobbs

Program Director / Host

KGRA Digital Broadcast Network

Cell: 479-226-1151

Email: globalradioalliance@gmail.com