In a recent interview on NewsNation with journalist Ross Coulthart, Pentagon UFO whistleblower David Pears made some amazing claims about the UFO or UAP (Unidentified Aerospace Phenomena) phenomenon. He claims that the United States and other world governments have in their possession intact and partially intact ships that belong to non-human intelligence. The origin of these ships and the cause of their accidents is still a mystery, but Pears suggests that some of them may originate from higher dimensions.
Grush’s sensational claim is even more interesting as he claims that the US intercepted a mysterious ship as early as 1945, which was discovered by Mussolini’s Italian military forces in 1933. As proof of this event, Pears presented a handwritten Italian note with small drawings at the bottom. Most intriguing about this revelation, however, are the Vatican-related implications, which imply that the religious institution not only knew of the existence of these ships, but actively participated in their concealment.
Pears makes important claims regarding non-human intelligent beings, stating that they could be extraterrestrial or interdimensional, or possibly both. He describes the sighting of several warships of various sizes, including those the size of a soccer field. Particularly disturbing, Grush also reports the presence of bodies of non-human intelligence and hints at possible formal agreements between the U.S. government and some factions of these beings.
However, Grush is not the only one to suggest that UFOs may be interdimensional or multidimensional entities. This theory has received support from other experts. The extraterrestrial hypothesis remains the primary explanation for UFOs for many researchers. However, some ufologists are abandoning this hypothesis in favor of the idea of parallel universes.
Paranormal researcher Brad Steiger writes, “We are dealing with a multi-dimensional paraphysical phenomenon that is very much specific to planet Earth.” Astronomer and UFO researcher Jacques Vallee argues that UFOs and related paranormal phenomena involve visits from other “realities” or “dimensions.” The idea is that these alternate realities exist separately but in parallel with our own. In their book The Edge of Reality, Vallee and Hynek consider the possibility of the existence of “intersecting universes.”
Hynek suggests that there may be alternate universes with different quantum rules or frequencies of vibration. He argues that our space-time continuum may be just a small part of a much more complex universe with more dimensions. He compares this to trying to convince an aboriginal person that television images are passing through the room. Similarly, he suggests that connected universes may exist near our own, raising doubts about their remoteness.
So, David Pears’ exposé about unrecognized ships of non-human intelligence and their possible interdimensional origin confirms other researchers’ speculations about parallel universes. The question of the existence of UFOs remains a mystery, but new revelations bring us closer to understanding this phenomenon. Maybe the answers lie beyond our space-time continuum, in the world of parallel universes.