Robert Bigelow saying ET is right under our noses on 60 Minutes and that show confirming he had the FAA route UFO sightings to a company he owned is intriguing.
During a segment on Sunday night’s 60 Minutes, aerospace entrepreneur Robert Bigelow opened up about his thoughts on the UFO phenomenon.
Although the profile was centered around his company’s revolutionary development of expandable structures to be used in space, it also delved into what it called his “obsession” with UFOs and aliens.
Asked by interviewer Lara Logan if he believed in aliens, Bigelow replied confidently, “I’m absolutely convinced. That’s all there is to it.”
Unfortunately, the segment stopped short of exploring what exactly Bigelow knows that makes him so certain about the phenomenon, he went on to assert that humans do not have to travel into space to encounter ETs. …
The tantalizing exchange and the serious nature with which it was presented was remarkable for a primetime program on national television, especially the venerable 60 Minutes.
But on this canyon road just outside Las Vegas, Robert Bigelow’s story takes a turn that some may find, to put it lightly, improbable. He told us this is where his grandparents had a close encounter with a UFO.
Robert Bigelow: It really sped up and came right into their face and filled up the entire windshield of the car. And it took off at a right angle and shot off into the distance.
The story sparked his obsession, and explains the alien looking out from the side of Bigelow Aerospace. And it made for the kind of conversation you don’t ordinarily have with an accomplished CEO.
Lara Logan: Do you believe in aliens?
Robert Bigelow: I’m absolutely convinced. That’s all there is to it.
Lara Logan: Do you also believe that UFOs have come to Earth?
Robert Bigelow: There has been and is an existing presence, an ET presence. And I spent millions and millions and millions — I probably spent more as an individual than anybody else in the United States has ever spent on this subject.
Lara Logan: Is it risky for you to say in public that you believe in UFOs and aliens?
Robert Bigelow: I don’t give a damn. I don’t care.
Lara Logan: You don’t worry that some people will say, “Did you hear that guy, he sounds like he’s crazy”?
Robert Bigelow: I don’t care.
Lara Logan: Why not?
Robert Bigelow: It’s not gonna make a difference. It’s not gonna change reality of what I know.
Lara Logan: Do you imagine that in our space travels we will encounter other forms of intelligent life?
Robert Bigelow: You don’t have to go anywhere.
Lara Logan: You can find it here? Where exactly?
Robert Bigelow: It’s just like right under people’s noses. Oh my gosh. Wow.
The FAA confirmed to us [60 minutes] that for years, it referred reports of UFOs and other unexplained phenomena to a company Bigelow owns. He told us he’s had his own close encounters, but declined to go into detail.
In 2001, the FAA directed UFO sightings to Bigelow’s now defunct National Institute of Discovery Science (NIDS):
“NIDS Becomes Only Official Organization to Receive UFO Reports from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) NIDS is pleased to announce that the newly printed Federation Aviation Administration (FAA) manuals indicate the National Institute for Discovery Science (NIDS) as the sole contact point in the United States to which the FAA reports UFOs.”
Yes, Bigelow has had quite a flirtation with the Offbeat, but it’s a romance that never seems to make it to the altar.
• In 1993, he started a radio program on the paranormal called Area 2000 with a Art Bell, George Knapp and Linda Moulton Howe, but cut off funding after the first year because he didn’t think they’d be able to continue attracting quality guests. Art Bell disagreed and Coast to Coast AM was born of the ashes of Area 2000.
• In 1995 he created the NIDS. Here’s what RedPill has to say about it:
“He created the National Institute of Discovery Science (NIDS) in 1995 to investigate border phenomena, stocking the advisory board with some of the leading lights in the field such as Jacques Vallee, Hal Puthoff, Melvin Morse and Edgar Mitchell.
Employees of the organization were generally PhD scientists, as well as some former FBI field investigators and law-enforcement professionals. The NIDS website provides news and investigations into such wide-ranging topics as ‘Black Triangle’ sightings, cattle mutilations, consciousness studies and crop circles.”
• In 1996, he purchased the notorious Skinwalker Ranch, which is said to be riddled with UFOs, cryptozoological fauna, and hyper-dimensional portals to other realities. It was the the subject of countless articles and books at the start, but now it is strictly off limits results of any research has not been made public and it’s uncertain if Bigelow still owns the property.
A strange FAA directive issued back in 2010 shows that the US government has in fact deferred all FAA UFO reports to Bigelow Aerospace, raising eyebrows in the UFO investigative community.
MUFON and the FAA have been bottlenecked for their UFO information regarding UFO and/or alien technologies and the funnel leads straight to the man himself, Robert Bigelow, who was recently confronted by Jesse Ventura on this very matter in Utah after Ventura’s “Tru TV” crew investigated Robert Bigelow’s “Skinwalker Ranch”.
Skinwalker refers to a Native American legend which was brought to life by author Tony Hillerman.
According to the legend, a skinwalker is a person with the supernatural ability to turn into any animal and walks on all fours. There are stories of countless encounters, but few will speak of them …
ET on earth would explain several weird things I’ve blogged.
PS. The NIDS site has a well researched article on the flying black triangles.