Time travel possible and could help us visit other worlds – Pentagon UFO files

Time-travel and anti-gravity technology could be within human reach – and could 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), which was the Pentagon’s secret UFO programme

Their release came after a four-year legal battle following a Freedom of Information request by The Sun Online.

One of the documents looks at how anti-gravity technology can be used to make planes and spacecraft, and it says that the “effects can be implemented by manipulating spacetime”.

There is also a look at how to “control gravity” and the report states: “It might be possible to produce exotic phenomena such as faster-than-light travel… and time machines.”

It adds that “wormholes” in spacetime could be used for interstellar travel.

The documents, which have been described by The Sun as a “bombshell”, have been released by the US Defence Intelligence Agency.

They include plans on sending multiple spaceships manned by a single pilot to “colonise” deep space along with studies into how humans can operate robots with their minds.

It shows that a single person can control no more than four spacecraft on a mission, but it looks at whether our brains could be developed to improve this.

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The AATIP ran for five years from 2007 and was led by Luis Elizondo, who believes the existence of UFOs has been "proved beyond reasonable doubt".

Elsewhere, the report looks at how nuclear-powered rockets and spaceships will allow us to “build bridges” over the layers of icy objects that surround the Sun in order to find other Earth-like planets.

Also in the documents is info 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 now been wound up, Pentagon chiefs last year admitted there had been nearly 150 reports by military pilots of UFOs since 2004.

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