'At the conclusion of a 2011 meeting in the Capitol building with a U.S. Senator and an agency Under Secretary, Lacatski, the only one of this book's authors present, posed a question. He stated that the United States was in possession of a craft of unknown origin and had successfully gained access to its interior.Speaking about the above passage within the book, Lacatski confirmed:
'This craft had a streamlined configuration suitable for aerodynamic flight but no intakes, exhaust, wings, or control surfaces. In fact, it appeared not to have an engine, fuel tanks, or fuel. Lacatski asked: What was the purpose of this craft? Was it a life-support craft useful only for atmospheric reentry or what? If it was a spacecraft, then how did it operate?'
"What's in the book is an exact statement of the event that occurred in the congressional facility."Corbell put the following question to Lacatski:
"You told us because you were allowed to tell us that our government has a UFO in its possession and has been able to access the inside of it, right?"Lacatski responded:
"Yes, I was allowed to tell you."
Small 'car-sized UFO' in China flies past an airplane
Perhaps, the alleged sighting captured in China offers one of the clearest views of a supposed UFO which is beleived to have been caught on camera when it was flying in the air.
The origin of the video circulating on TikTok and X/Twitter is unknown, but it isn't new to the internet as some users got their hands on it months ago.
The voiceover in the video in question claims that the unidentified flying object was spotted in China by an airplane passenger when they were flying midair.
The disc-shaped 'UFO' fits the age-old description of the spacecraft and it is allegedly the size of a small car. The vehicle does not appear to consist of any window to figure out who was piloting it.
The supposed UFO flies close to the airplane wing before speeding in the air to disappear within a few seconds. But, before dispersing, it appears to have activated a device of some sort, that continues to float in the air surrounded by black smoke.
Users react to questionable video
Due to the lack of a source for the video and the unproven claims it makes, UFO enthusiasts are riddled with questions about the supposed aerial sighting in China.
"Whatever this is it's amazing," said one user.
Another argued: "Bruh that's the fakest thing I've ever seen"
"Everyone who looks out a plane window and simply just films a UFO silently like they're recording a wildlife documentary is absolutely normal," said one user.
"We would have at least 30 other videos from different angles from everyone in the plane to believe it to be true," added another.
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