CIA Releases Files

January 30, 2017
Stephen Bassett




Two days before the inauguration of the new president on January 18, 2017 the CIA announced it had uploaded to the Web 13 million pages of previously declassified documents only accessible on computer terminals at the National Archives. These files included many “UFO” references as well as psychic research experiments. Two days before the inauguration. See relevant articles HERE.

Readers of these Updates may recall PRG acknowledged on November 17, 2016 it had received a message from a source inside government to the effect persons who are directly involved in the management of the extraterrestrial issues want Disclosure to take place under President Obama and are ready to work with the SecDef if approached.

PRG also noted earlier Pentagon actions involving the founder of the rock groups Blink 182 and Angels and Airwaves – Tom DeLonge – who was engaged by top officials in the 
Pentagon  to assist him in bringing ET related information to the public in the form of books and films. The Pentagon also provided a ten-person advisory panel to help with this project.

As it happened Secretary Clinton and John Podesta did not speak to the ET issue again after June 2, 2016, and President Obama did not Disclose the extraterrestrial presence to the American people. But PRG believes that two days before the new president took office the CIA made a powerful statement that only increased public awareness and added new pressure on the truth embargo. It is important that all who desire Disclosure and presently feel great disappointment be aware the Disclosure advocacy movement has many friends within the congressional staff, the Pentagon, the CIA and likely every government agency. This should not surprise. They can read the books, see the documentaries, and connect the dots like any of you. But they can’t act on their own. That’s why the advocacy movement matters.

The truth embargo WILL end. It is inevitable. Hopefully, with continued support for the truth advocacy movement, it will end soon enough.