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FBI Report: UFOs are Interdimensional

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The first “Interdimensional” explanation of UFOs appeared on the same day when the Roswell crash happened. July 8, 1947, marked the date of the legendary UFO crash in New Mexico, but it also provided a possible explanation of the origin of the UAP phenomena.

That day, three important things were introduced to the world (at a large scale): Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UFOs/UAPs), Extraterrestrial Hypothesis, and Interdimensional Hypothesis of the origin of both. The latter was not noticed until the scientists like Jacques Vallée started considering the alternative origin theory for UFOs, which is “interdimensional.”

The FBI vault contains thousands of declassified files about various mysteries of the past and a lot of documents speaking of this strange phenomenon. “Memorandum of Importance” or “Memo6751” is most important:

Memo 6751 acknowledges the existence of an alien presence. Former FBI officer John DeSouza, the author of “The Extra-Dimensionals: True Tales and Concepts of Alien Visitors”, points to the memorandum as a significant document in UFOlogy.

According to the report, among other species, we are visited by creatures not only from other planets but from other dimensions as well. In particular, they are from the etheric plane coexisting with our physical Universe, materialized entities that appeared as translucent giants.

The FBI staff has hidden the name of the person behind this memo but they left the two clues, “Round Robin” and “The Flying Roll.” This reveals that the cautionary UFO advisory was produced by Newton Meade Layne (1882–1961).

Layne started publishing “The Round Robin,” a newsletter of arcana in the style of Charles Fort, via mimeograph in 1946 since he could not afford to print it. The second venture dubbed “The Flying Roll” was added to this.

Layne was attempting to make sense of UFOs in terms of what he had already experienced in his research into the unseen realm. In “Memo 6751,” he says: “The region from which they come is NOT the ‘astral plane’, but corresponds to the Lokas or Talas. Students of esoteric matters will understand these terms.” In other words, UFOs are vehicles that permit travel from one dimension of being to another.

In his 1969 book “Passport to Magonia: On UFOS, Folkore and Parallel Worlds,” Jacques Vallée argues for a “parallel universe co-existing with our own.” The idea was reiterated in Vallée’s subsequent writings. He summarized his objection in his 1990 paper “Five Arguments Against the Extraterrestrial Origin of Unidentified Flying Objects”:

  1. Unexplained close encounters are far more numerous than required for any physical survey of the earth;
  2. The humanoid body structure of the alleged “aliens” is not likely to have originated on another planet and is not biologically adapted to space travel;
  3. The reported behavior in thousands of abduction reports contradicts the hypothesis of genetic or scientific experimentation on humans by an advanced race;
  4. The extension of the phenomenon throughout recorded human history demonstrates that UFOs are not a contemporary phenomenon;
  5. The apparent ability of UFOs to manipulate space and time suggests radically different and richer alternatives.

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