TTSA, UFOs, India, Pakistan & Nuclear War

The relationship between UFOs and Nukes has not been accepted by the world at large, but within the UFO community, among select politicians like Harry Reid, and probably in various military circles this subject has been at the forefront of discussions for a very long time. While not specifically talking about nuclear assets, the Navy told Politico and then reiterated to researcher Roger Glassel:

There have been a number of reports of unauthorized and/or unidentified aircraft entering various military-controlled training ranges and designated air space in recent years. The Navy and the USAF take these reports very seriously and investigate each and every report. Any incursion into our training ranges by any aircraft, identified or not identified, is problematic from both a safety and security concern. Safety of our aircrews is paramount. Unauthorized and unidentified aircraft pose a risk to flight safety. Additionally, it is vital we maintain security on our operations. Our aviators train as they fight. Any intrusions that may compromise the security of our operations, tactics or procedures is of great concern. As part of this effort, the Navy has updated and is formalizing the process by which reports of any such suspected incursions can be madeto the cognizant authorities. Initial revised reporting guidance has been provided to the fleet that details the steps for reporting each incident. More formal guidance is in staffing and will be promulgated fleetwide when completed. In response to requests for information from Congressional members and staff, Navy officials have provided and will continue to provide briefings by senior Naval Intelligence officials as well as aviators who reported hazards to aviation safety.”

The documentary and book UFOs and Nukesis an important educational tool. More recently, AATIP point man and TTSA member Luis Elizondo spoke of the relationship between UFOs and nukes during a conference in Italy. (Mr. Elizondo also highlighted UFOs and water.) However some have displayed skepticism regarding the UFO and nukes scenario. Legendary researcher Jacques Vallee expressed in an older interview that enemy countries may be disguising their aircraft as UFOs to confuse those guarding the nuclear installations in order to gain access, spy and acquire intel. However, witnesses who have seen craft display advanced capabilities around nuclear assets don’t seem to agree. In a video posted by UFO researcher Sabir Hussain, (and first brought up by twitter user Stephen) Mr. Hussain outlined his plan for India and Pakistan to practice caution during an already stressful potential nuclear standoff between the two countries.

Don’t let the campy video introduction throw you off, Mr. Hussain has some very important people chiming in. In the informative video, Mr. Hussain shows statements from significant individuals involved with the UFO subject supporting his cause. Namely, Chile’s Ricardo Bermudez and Hugo Camus, Peru’s Julio Chamorro, UFO witness Robert Salas from the United States Air Force, the UK’s Gary Heseltine, legendary deceased United States UFO researcher Stanton Friedman, France’s Dr. Jean Jacques Velasco, and most importantly Dr. Hal Puthoff and Luis Elizondo of To the Stars Academy of Arts and Science located in the United States. Unfounded and false claims are made almost everyday regarding TTSA members, however has been able to confirm the statements shared by Sabir Hussain are indeed the words of Luis Elizondo and Dr. Hal Puthoff. These excerpts are taken from longer letters Elizondo and Puthoff wrote to the Supreme Court of India, again advocating caution during a stressful political (and nuclear) environment. Every opinion expressed in the video by Mr. Hussain may or may not be necessarily shared by TTSA, however, when reading the excerpts from Dr. Puthoff’s and Elizondo’s letters, TTSA, or these two members, do seem to subscribe to the overall message being presented.

Dr. Hal Puthoff: UFOs have been observed near American nuclear aircraft carrier groups. It would be in India’s and Pakistan’s interest to establish an in-depth UFO research program to minimize possibility of misunderstood UFO activities resulting in conflict. As someone who has studied the UFO phenomenon for more than twenty years, I humbly advise the honorable court to give due considerations to the petition of Sabir Hussain.

Luis Elizondo: I was director of the AATIP Program established by the American Congress to collect and Analyse UFO data. Due to the continuing prolific level of UFO activity, particularly near nuclear weapons facilities, it is to India’s and Pakistan’s mutual advantage to recognize between UFOs and fighter planes and drones. The Phenomenon may seem hard to believe. We ignore the facts at our own peril. If the court desires I will testify in person to avert a tragedy of unprecedented proportions.

To the Stars Academy has been very involved with the United States government, spending a lot of time in Washington DC advocating for greater transparency of the UAP subject. Additionally, TTSA has also been involved with governments around the world and international agencies. As time progresses hopefully more evidence of their international work will appear in the public realm. One major note: this may be the first time since the inception of To the Stars Academy evidence has been shown regarding their involvement in geopolitics – including nuclear related military affairs of other countries. This is an important new avenue for TTSA. TTSA has advocated for the safety of aviators and military personnel in many instances but the public has never seen To the Stars Academy, or members of, enter a conversation promoting restraint between two countries at odds. Odds that could potentially, and mistakenly, escalate into acts of nuclear war.

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