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The CIA has declassified all files about UFOs - CIA UFO black vault

While waiting for the government's official UFO report to be released in less than six months, thanks to the comprehensive COVID-19 Bill, you can now download all of the CIA's publicly available UFO documentation. Black Vault, the declassified documents information service, has released a downloadable archive of PDF documents containing CIA files on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) – the more preferred term for UFOs today. Some of the reports date back to the 1980s, and according to the site's administrator, John Greenwald Jr., the spy agency claims that these are all its UAP documents. We would like to draw your attention to the fact that on our website we carefully select and carefully read the documents of the CIA and other services and post the decrypted and most interesting ones for you. It is very convenient to search for information on them using tags and site search.

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About 10,000 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) reports were required to obtain the PDFs, Greenwald said, and the process was excruciatingly long. He scanned the documents manually. "Starting about 20 years ago, I struggled for years to get additional UFO records from the CIA," Greenwald said in an email to Motherboard. "It was like pulling teeth! I went around in circles with them to try and do it, finally achieving it. I got a big box with a couple of thousand pages, and I had to scan them one page at a time."

According to a blog announcing the archive, the CIA created a CD containing previously released recordings, as well as those that Black Vault tried to print. To make sure that Black Vault has as complete a list of CIA documents as possible, he purchased this CD in mid-2020. The Black Vault blog notes that the CIA claims that this collection represents all of the agency's documents. But at the moment there is no way to verify this, that is, whether it is really ALL the documents, or whether the CIA has something else.
"Researchers and curious minds alike prefer simplicity and accessibility when looking at such data dumps," says Greenwald. "The CIA has made it INCREDIBLY difficult to use its archives in a reasonable way. They offer a very outdated format (multi-page .tif) and offer output text files, largely unusable, which I think they intend to use as a "search" tool. In my opinion, because of this outdated format, it is very difficult for people to view documents and use them for any research purposes."

According to Greenwald, thousands of files were uploaded in the first 24 hours after the release. Some documents are crisp and clear, while others are almost indecipherable. According to Greenwald, one of the most interesting documents in this article relates to the fact that the Assistant Deputy Director for Science and Technology gave the CIA some serious information about UFOs back in the 1970s. After that, it became extremely difficult to get information from the government about extraterrestrial phenomena.

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"The public has a right to know!" says Greenwald. "When I started my research almost 25 years ago, at the age of 15, I knew there was something to this topic. Not from viral Internet pranks, not from secret meetings with insiders that no one has ever seen. No, this is all UFO evidence straight from the CIA and the NSA. I feel like I've almost achieved what I set out to do – give people easy access to important material so that people can form their own opinions about what's going on." The CIA did not respond to our request for comment.

The CIA agents, like real valiant intelligence officers, outsmarted everyone again: on the one hand, they made public if not everything that they have, then a lot, on the other hand – in this huge block of data, it will be quite difficult to find something, it will take people years to reread it all. Nevertheless, the event is still interesting and interesting, not a UFO, but as if in itself.

That is, what prompted the CIA to merge all this a little ahead of time because the official disclosure promised by the White House and the Pentagon is still almost six months away?
Is it possible that the CIA in such a simple way wants to somehow distract countries and peoples from something else? Although, of course, the form of submission of the material indicates against this version – only a few will dig into it.

There may also be something going on with UFOs – a saucer landing in front of the White House, some space battles over our heads, or something like that. Everything was supposed to start a little later, which is why the deadline of 180 days from the beginning of the year was put forward, but the situation in orbit somehow unexpectedly heated up and now countries and peoples will be introduced to the brothers in mind a little earlier.

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