The Phenomenon 2020

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  1. nivek

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    This movie is available tomorrow, looks very interesting and I've been following the hype, it sounds like it's not going to disappoint lol, we shall see, looks promising...

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    DOCUMENTARY AVAILABLE WORLDWIDE FOR DIGITAL DOWNLOAD ON 10/6

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    "The Phenomenon is meritorious. It makes the incredible credible.”

    Former U.S Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (Senator from Nevada, 1987-2017)

    “The most important documentary of the year and the most accurate examination of the world's greatest mystery.”
    Jim Semivan, Former Senior CIA officer, member of the Senior Intelligence Service

    The Phenomenon will help the Pentagon’s new UAP Task Force in it's efforts to inform the U.S government about the reality of this enigma
    Luis Elizondo, Former Director of Pentagon’s Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program

    The Phenomenon is the most accurate and informative documentary ever made about UAPs
    Luis Elizondo, Former Director of Pentagon’s Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program

    The Phenomenon sets a new benchmark for disclosure
    Luis Elizondo, Former Director of Pentagon’s Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program

    “The rapidly increasing number and quality of land and space-based sensors is making the UAP issue impossible to avoid. I can’t think of a better way for people to begin educating themselves on this long-neglected issue than watching “The Phenomenon.” The film provides a badly needed remedy for the unwarranted stigma that for too long has prevented government and academia from taking this important topic seriously.”
    Chris Mellon, Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Intelligence, U.S Department of Defense

    “The most compelling film ever made on the subject.”
    Governor Fife Symington

    “The most credible documentary ever made about UFOs. 70 years of secrecy has led to this.”
    Dr. Jacques Vallee, scientist and UFO researcher, portrayed in Spielberg’s Close Encounters of the Third Kind

    “The Phenomenon is the definitive examination of an enduring global mystery. The most powerful evidence… incredible stories told by credible people. This film will land on an unsuspecting Earth with the force of an alien invasion.”
    George Knapp, Investigative journalist

    “The most important documentary in human history and one that is destined to help change the course of it!”
    Ernest Cline, #1 NY Times Best Selling author of Ready Player One & Armada

    “This brilliant documentary provides us an eye-opening panorama of one of the most challenging issues of our day, the UFO enigma. The scope of its powerful coverage of never-before-seen credible interviews and events is absolutely ground-breaking.”
    Hal Puthoff, Ph.D., Co-Founder, To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science

    “Great Scott! The Phenomenon is extremely credible, revealing, and eye-opening. A must watch!”
    Christopher Lloyd (Back to the Future)

    “Shocked by how credible, convincing, and grounded it is. New testimony/documents from dozens of high-ranking government officials, military aviators, NASA astronauts, etc. Nothing like typical UFO schlock.”
    Palmer Luckey, Founder of Oculus and Anduril Industries

    “The evidence in this outstanding documentary is extraordinary and completely credible.
    It will make a believer out of even the most steadfast skeptic. If it doesn't give you chills, you're probably not human! Highly recommended!”
    Bob Gale (writer/producer of Back to The Future)

    "As we question some of the ‘intelligence’ on our current planet, THE PHENOMENON is eye-opening and hopefully leads to more government transparency about who or what else may be out there.”
    Alyssa Milano

    “Masterfully presented, The Phenomenon is a comprehensive overview of UFOs that the public should not miss.”
    John B. Alexander, Ph.D, Retired Senior Army Officer, Los Alamos National Lab

    “An awesome documentary”
    Tom Delonge, Co-Founder, To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science

    “No other UFO documentary is packed with so many government officials going on record that “The Phenomenon” is real. Watch the trailer and get ready for the release Oct 6th!”
    Ben Hansen, TV host

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    Tomorrow evening I'll likely watch this movie Phenomenon...

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    On Coast to Coast tonight - Filmmaker James Fox talks about his documentary "The Phenomenon"...

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    Demonic Possession / UFO Disclosure
    Tuesday, October 06, 2020
    Hosted by George Noory
    Guest(s): Dr. Richard Gallagher, James Fox

    First Half: Richard Gallagher is a professor of psychiatry at Columbia University and a leading psychiatric authority on demonic activity. He'll discuss the world of possessions, oppressions, and infestations and share stories from his twenty-five-year career assisting clergy and analyzing the possessed.

    Second Half: Filmmaker James Fox talks about his documentary "The Phenomenon," which covers the monumental events behind the NY Times' disclosure of the Pentagon’s secret UFO Program.


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    A friend is going to share the movie with me so it might be another a day or two before I watch it...

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    J. Vallee and G. Nolan talk about the metamaterials in this documentary, some interesting tidbits lol...

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    Just finished watching it. Very well done! Fox and crew have made excellent use of the medium. How they managed to dig up some of the video, I have no idea. It's really great to hear those stories from the people who experienced them. There's no substitute for that.

    Some of us jaded old farts get tired of the constant rehash of material we have been familiar with for decades, but even that was done well and is not particularly annoying. It's delightfully free of crackpots. That alone is remarkable.
     
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  10. Zeke

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    I didn't watch it, and not sure I will. I'm DVRing 2nd season of Unidentified which I like. But I feel somewhat desensitized from the intense research and developments the past couple years and covering decades of the same accounts.

    For me, the most important documentation of the UFO phenomenon etc, was Dr Greer's lecture which was the foundation for Unacknowledged. That was my "mind-blown" moment. These guys are lagging behind. The cat was out of the bag.

    I'd need a Extraterrestrial Vehicle land with a space alien coming out to have dinner with Neil Degrass Tyson at this point. Meta-material crumbs.
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  11. pigfarmer

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    you and me both brother
     
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    The real value for me in this sort of show, and the reason I watch the ones that aren't stupid, is the video of witnesses and, to a lesser degree, "experts" like Vallee and other sane researchers. I get far more out of listening to Lonnie Zamora and his wife than I get from pages of analysis, even analysis done by good researchers. That recording of Zamora has more detail than most accounts of his sighting, but more importantly it sets the scene accurately and completely discredits an awful lot of what has been written about the case. Speculation and assumptions of self-proclaimed investigators tend to latch on to important cases like barnacles, eventually distorting the story to an amazing degree. Oftentimes there is no real culprit. Honest investigators make tentative assumptions in the absence of real data, then others accept that as solid information, and it snowballs. Other times, there is a knucklehead making shit up, and no one questions it.

    It was great watching Father Gill describe his experience. The viewer is left with two rational choices: either something extraordinary happened there, or the guy is a complete lunatic.
     
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    I've watched this documentary twice, once yesterday in the afternoon and again late last night after dinner and wine...I thought it was well done, a few tidbits of information are in there that I was unaware of and some other stuff that was directed well...As @Double Nought Spy said it was really nice to see witness testimony on video instead of having just read about previously, I really enjoyed that...Overall great to watch and was not boring at all, although I doubt this movie will make a huge impact on public awareness, I may be wrong, and also I think a follow up documentary should be made, there is so much more they could have added to this one but they might have had budget concerns, who knows...I'm glad Lazar was no where near this one...

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    In 1998 I saw a craft. It was real. This movie shows what I known since then. UFOs are real. We known about them. The government for years covered it up. Very informative. Perfect for the novice. The days of "swamp gas" are done. No more blue book whitewash.
    This film treats UFOs with respect.
    It's about time.
    10/10
    My boys 13 and 9 also found it interesting. Perhaps when they get older the truth will be known.
     
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    Yeah, it's amazing how much changed in 30-40 years. Now all witnesses talk freely about their experiences.
     
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    I seen it on You Tube the sighting with the school children in Africa was very similar to the one that happened in 1966 at Westall Victoria in Australia . The Phenomena seemed to focus on very old stuff but had some new things in it like the Tic Tac UFO seen by the US Navy pilots. It was good.
     
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    Great stuff Nivek, the video really answered a question for me, and that is .. if there is going to be any follow up documentaries in the same vein .. and the answer was a resounding yes! ... As Fox says that he has tons of footage from China, Brazil and Australia that he had to leave out because of time restrictions on the documentary. .. Which seems to include yet another 'school related landing' in China. [which will add to the Ariel , Westall , Broad Haven, and Crestview cases as a considerable body of comparable events/incidents] .. The Varginha Incident down in Brazil has intrigued me very much since i've been aware of it... and there are too many Australian cases of interest to mention. ... And so , I for one can't wait for the next instalment. :Thumbsup:

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    I finally watched this last night with my wife and we both enjoyed it. Nicely done, not overdone. Some of it was necessary editing for time, but I felt Fox rendered the fat and gave us the credible and boiled away the nonsense. I'd call it a primer, an excellent introduction for someone with an interest not the final chapter for us nitwits. Just enough to whet someone's whistle and go digging for their own information.

    Would've thought Ruppelt would have rated an extra second or two on screen. I do want to go back at revisit the timeline of the program(s) and who was in charge of what, when. Having watched through to the final credit kudos for giving just about everyone a mention. In that vein I'm glad to have heard largely from Christopher Mellon and Harry Reid and only a passing mention of Elizondo, none of TTSA (unless I nodded off for that). Why is Mellon involved with TTSA anyway? Seems like his original intent in coming forward got hijacked.

    Actually seeing Condon, Lonnie Zamora, Jessie Marcel was great! First person statements that we get to actually eyeball and listen to the people involved and make the internal judgments we all do. Sort of like listening to the secret recording the police made at Pascagoula. I don't care what Jessie Marcel or Betty Hill's grandchildren have to say.

    We evaluate personalities. I believe Lonnie Zamora. I have read that Gordon Cooper had a reputation as a prankster, a man who love to play a joke. Not sure his accounts about a landing were taken too seriously by his peers. I've also read (somewhere, I have to dig) that Jessie Marcel had a peculiar sense of humor. Enough to make this stuff up? Eeeeeee, I don't know about that, but if you want to evaluate someone as trustworthy (like Lonnie Zamora) then the opposite should apply. Just gives me something else to dig onto I hadn't thought about in years. I guess I've just dealt with too many people over the years who aren't what they appeared to be.

    While we're at evaluating personalities - there has always been something about Col. Halt that didn't sit quite right with me. I've heard interviews with him speaking about real Deep State stuff with complete certainty. Sounds kind of nuts. Now that the base radar controllers have come forward, has Halt's story been changed a bit to account for this? Where he once saw molten metal dripping from the sky now its a discrete beam being shined onto weapons storage. Curious.

    Oh. And Donald Keyhoe. You know, I never read any of his stuff. I know it's supposed to be a cornerstone. Call me pisher. I suppose I'll get around to it now. In the meantime I'll just say 'Balok'
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    Cut to the chase - Father Gill. Fantastic! Ariel School - more fantastic! I agree with @Thomas R. Morrison about actually finding and quantifying real scientific evidence. Examining metamaterials from debris sounds like a direct common sense avenue, but like everything else there are .... complications. Like dissecting a Bigfoot, there will have to be something you can point to that we can all look at. All these years of less than that has only served to reinforce some of what Condon had to say. In the meantime if we are going to depend of eyewitness testimony it's the kids. I recently had one little snotbox say 'Hi Grampa!' overandoverandover and it cracked us all up even if my ego failed to appreciate it. They are brutally honest and direct.

    A little disturbing that the kids had an environmental message because it sounds a bit mainstream and the kids were subject to media attention at a young age, but hell, maybe they really do. No adult witnesses. My wife mentioned that, not me. She has no dog in this fight and little interest in this topic. She also thought it surprising that an extraterrestrial would look so human with a head, two arms, legs, clothes and be able to breathe our air (assuming they were). They do seem to prefer skin tight suits. Seriously, she said that must make going to the bathroom problematic.

    If you're ET looking at us over the years and saw the nuclear detonations (excellent 1945-1990 map by the way!) the missiles on ready alert, the profusion of military hardware is it somehow surprising they are cautious? I liked the statement at the end from the Iranian pilot who said he regrets not just trying to talk to them first. Would you rather meet a fighter plane that wants to attempt to use (or actually use) its weapons against you or maybe Calvin Parker and Charlie Hickson, Father Gill and a bunch of school kids? My wife asked me what I would do under those circumstances.

    Given the option and the presence of mind, I'd like to fight down my innate terror and maybe just wave hello.
     
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