A consultant at NASA and the NSA gave a series of incredible statements. Over the last 12 years, Dr. Eric Norton, an external consultant for NASA and the NSA, was responsible for identifying threats coming from the space, such as asteroids and comets. However, in January 2012, he identified something serious. He noticed an enormous alien fleet heading towards the Earth.
On January 22, he was invited to the MacDonald Observatory, located near Fort Davis in Texas. The tools provided by this observatory helped him to notice this threatening group of UFOs. “I saw plenty of huge, three dimensional space objects, flying in a straight line formation towards the Earth.”
It became clear that the UFOs were technologically highly developed, because after the three-month observation, Norton noticed that they were moving fast, passing millions of kilometers in just a couple of months.
The data collected using spectroscope indicated that these objects were made of materials that are several thousand times harder than anything ever developed on Earth. Logically, this theory triggered serious worries of the research team members. Additionally, infrared spectrum pictures showed that cosmic particles were deflected by some energy field similar to the Earth’s magnetic field.
As the group of UFOs was traveling through the Solar system, telescopes could provide more details about these flying objects. These spacecrafts are huge three dimensional “L” shaped objects.
The Department of Defense launched three Terrier-Orion rockets from NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility on January 15, 2014, which is also stated in the report. The launches were labeled as “top secret”, and their mission is a mystery to the general public. Dr. Norton pointed out that his discoveries might produce a dangerous effect.
“When it comes to revealing information to the public, I have to be careful in order to protect myself”. He is also convinced that the classified information in his possession has the potential to cause trouble in public regarding the UFO phenomenon.