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Somewhere in the Skies: A Young Voice of Truth

The second edition of Somewhere in the Skies: A Human Approach to the UFO Phenomenon, by Ryan Sprague, has been released. This is great news because Sprague’s voice is one of truth and integrity within a field of misinformation and confusion.  With contemporary culture’s embracing of ...

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Rojas Report – Presentation: Astronomers and UFOs

Often people will ask me, “If there are so many UFOs, why aren’t astronomers seeing them?” They are! In fact, astronomers have been some of the most influential advocates for the serious study of UFOs. We review some of these sightings and the incredible contributions ...

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Belgium’s Flying Triangle Wave

Thirty years ago, thousands of Belgian citizens reported mysterious platforms flying silently over rooftops. The Royal Belgian Air Force got involved and cooperated fully with civilian investigators. To this day, however, the origins of these craft remain unknown. It’s hard to convey the excitement caused by ...

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Rojas Report: Adam Kehoe – UAP Policy Issues

Adam Kehoe has a PhD in Information Science and is interested in ML/AI, data science, and defense policy issues. He has been blogging about Unidentified Aerospace Phenomenon (UAP aka UFOs) with a focus on the policy issues related to the creation of an official UAP ...

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Rojas Report: Luis Elizondo on DoD, the UAP Task Force and more

Luis Elizondo, former head head of the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP), will join us to talk about recent developments. We’ll discuss the Department Of Defense’s announcement of the creation of a UAP Task Force, his History channel show Unidentified, the history of inaccurate ...

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