After a four-year public battle, the Pentagon finally published 1,574 pages of actual X-Files documents pertaining to its top-secret UFO program.

Almost four years after a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request was made, the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) has finally produced more than 1,500 documents.

They consist of letters to the Pentagon discussing the UFO program and scientific reports that the government has ordered.

This covered categories of the paranormal, studies on UFO technology, and study reports on the biological consequences of UFOs on people.

In order to maintain confidence and security, the DIA, the espionage agency of the Defense Department, stated that “some aspects” of the records “shall be partly obscured.”

The papers provide documentation from CIA investigations on the biological impact of UFO experiences on people. Burns, heart issues, sleep issues, and even unusual incidents like “apparent abduction” and “unrecorded pregnancy” are included.

According to the paper, these harms are frequently connected to electromagnetic radiation and are caused by “energy-related propulsion systems.”

According to a study written for the DIA, these installations might be a “threat to United States interests.”

People were hurt as a result of “exposure to anomalous vehicles, especially in the air and in close proximity to them,” according to the study.

The study also claims that there are 300 comparable “unpublished” occurrences and 42 examples from medical records where persons were hurt following accidents with “anomalous” devices.

From 2007 through 2012, the Pentagon’s AATIP program studied UFOs in secrecy. The program’s director and former intelligence officer Luis Elizondo revealed it in 2017.

AATIP looked into dramatic recordings of US military troops reporting unexplainable UFO encounters around the same period.

The program’s disclosures made a change in the way UFOs are discussed in the US; they are now more often referred to as Unidentified Air Phenomena (UAPs).

Additionally, the situation has evolved from a minor national security concern to one that is being discussed by politicians, defense experts, and even former presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama.

Meetings with “ghosts, yetis, spirits, elves and other mythical/legendary entities” are classed as “AN3” in one intriguing document in the study about how to define “anomalous behavior.”

Observing an alien-occupied UFO is “CE3.” This includes paranormal occurrences including poltergeists, crop circles, spontaneous human combustion, extraterrestrial abductions, and more.

The articles category also include research on cutting-edge technology like mind-controlled robotics and invisibility cloaks.

Plans for deep space travel and colonization are among the other documents that were obtained, as well as research on how to communicate with extraterrestrial civilisations.

Letters from Senator Harry Reid requesting that the project be classified as “top secret” and contractor documentation may be found in a number of recently made public documents.

They demonstrate how Bigelow Aerospace Advanced Space Studies (BLASS), the sole bidder for the task, received a US$12 million contract to research “current aerospace weapon threats from the present day” up to 40 years in the future.

Senator Reid wrote about how the program had already discovered “many highly secure, unusual aerospace technology” that needed “exceptional security” in a letter from 2009.

The Pentagon’s long-awaited study on what is known about a number of enigmatic flying objects that have been spotted in military airspace over the previous two decades was published last year.

Examining 144 claims of sightings of what the government referred to as “an unexplained airborne phenomena,” the study, which was posted on the Office of the Director of National Intelligence’s website, looked into the phenomenon.

As a result of an amendment to a military bill proposed to the US Senate, the Pentagon is launching a new section to look into UFOs, their origins, and attempts to “capture or employ” one of the enigmatic vehicles.

The Office of Surveillance and Anomaly Elimination was the name of the special unit (ARSO).

Check out The Sun’s first story on their FOIA request for further information.