Pentagon papers discuss possibilities of interstellar travel

Time travel and anti-gravity technology could be within reach of humans — and help us visit other worlds, according to documents released by the Pentagon.

The 1,500 files shed light on the Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program (AATIP), the Pentagon’s secretive UFO program

Her release came after a four-year legal battle following a freedom of information request from The Sun Online.

One of the documents examines how anti-gravity technology can be used to create aircraft and spacecraft, and states that the “effects can be implemented through manipulation of space-time.”

There’s also a look at “gravity control,” and the report notes, “It may be possible to produce exotic phenomena like faster-than-light travel… and time machines.”

Time travel through space might be closer than we think

It adds that “wormholes” in space-time could be used for interstellar travel.

The documents, dubbed a “bombshell” by The Sun, were released by US Defense Intelligence.

These include plans to send multiple spacecraft with a single pilot to “colonize” space, as well as studies of how humans can pilot robots with their minds.

It shows that a single person can’t pilot more than four spacecraft on a mission, but it explores whether our brains could be engineered to do better.

The documents relate to a secret Pentagon program
The documents relate to a secret Pentagon program

For the latest breaking news and incredible stories from the Daily Star, sign up for our newsletter by clicking here.

Running for five years since 2007, AATIP was chaired by Luis Elizondo, who believes the existence of UFOs has been “proven beyond a reasonable doubt.”

Elsewhere, the report looks at how nuclear-powered rockets and spacecraft will allow us to build “bridges” across the layers of icy objects surrounding the Sun to find other Earth-like planets.

Also included in the documents is information on how we can communicate with aliens, as well as a study on the health effects of people who have encountered aliens or seen UFOs.

Although the project has since ended, Pentagon chiefs admitted last year that there had been nearly 150 reports of UFOs by military pilots since 2004.


Leave a Comment