by Michael Salla, Ph.D.

Honolulu Exopolitics Examiner

January 14, 2009
from TheExaminer Website

After his inauguration, President Obama will begin receiving daily intelligence briefings from his incoming Director of National Intelligence, Admiral Dennis Blair (ret.). The briefings will inform him of vital national security issues where he is required to make decisions that will become official U.S. policy.

Admiral Dennis Blair (ret.) with President Elect Obama


This will involve well known issues such as international terrorism, nuclear proliferation and global armed conflict where sanitized public statements are released. Some national security issues, however, are so highly classified that no public statements will be released at all. Among the vital national security issues that President Obama will receive classified briefings on is intelligence data on UFOs and extraterrestrial life.

The existence of UFOs and extraterrestrial life has long been the most highly classified issue in the world of military intelligence.


In September 1950, Robert Sarbacher, a science consultant to President Truman’s Research and Development Board, revealed to a Canadian Transportation official, Wilbert Smith, that the issue of UFOs,

“is the most highly classified subject in the U.S. government at the present time.”

Documents have been leaked that reveal that Obama’s predecessors have received intelligence briefings on UFOs and extraterrestrial life.


The most credible is an alleged classified briefing that President-Elect Eisenhower received in November 18, 1952 by former CIA Director, Rear Admiral Roscoe Hillenkoetter.


The Eisenhower Briefing Document (EBD) contains startling information on crashed UFOs and the existence of extraterrestrial life. The EBD has been closely investigated by leading UFO researchers who support its authenticity.

A more recent document has emerged which is an alleged transcript of President Reagan receiving a highly classified intelligence briefing by former CIA Director William Casey and other officials on extraterrestrial life in March 1981. Circumstantial support for President Reagan receiving such an intelligence briefing is found in his subsequent public comments concerning extraterrestrial life.


President Reagan made five famous public comments about the need for humanity to join together to respond to an extraterrestrial threat. Despite this circumstantial support, the alleged transcript of Reagan’s intelligence briefings on extraterrestrial life is not viewed as a credible document by most UFO researchers.



President Ronald Reagan Speech at the UN General Assembly



The national security implications of extraterrestrial life is a well kept secret even to many elements of the U.S. military.


Reliable information has emerged detailing UFOs being seen in the vicinity of U.S. nuclear missile bases. On more than one occasion, all nuclear missiles in different locations have been deactivated by UFOs. According to retired U.S. Air Force Captain Robert Salas, official Air Force investigations of these incidents were stopped by more senior national security officials for unknown reasons.

UFOs have also been witnessed by trained military observers shooting down missiles being flight tested for carrying nuclear warheads. If such reports are accurate, the national security implications of UFOs makes them a vital national security issue that would be closely monitored by the intelligence community.

As a former Commander of the Hawaii based U.S. Pacific Fleet, Admiral Blair has knowledge of the underwater UFO activity witnessed near Hawaii and elsewhere in the Pacific ocean.


Blair’s position and Naval experience indicates that he will at some point brief Obama on UFOs and extraterrestrial life.






US Navy X-Files known to Obama’s Intelligence Chief
by Michael Salla, Ph.D.,
Honolulu Exopolitics Examiner
January 16, 2009

from TheExaminer Website

After confirmation by the U.S. Senate, Retired Admiral Dennis Blair will formally begin his new position as Director of National Intelligence.


He will become the nominal head of the U.S. Intelligence Community and will be responsible for coordinating intelligence data among 16 U.S. intelligence agencies. Blair will depend on the intelligence agencies to cooperate with the Office of Director National Intelligence by sharing their intelligence data.

Most data to be shared will deal with terrorism, weapons of mass destruction, armed international conflict, and other national security issues well known to the general public.


His office, however, will receive only limited if any data on the Intelligence Community’s X-files – classified files dealing UFOs and extraterrestrial life. Blair’s final naval appointment, however, gave him ‘need-to-know’ access to the X-Files of the U.S. Navy.


This makes it possible for him to attempt to coordinate intelligence data from the X-Files of all the Intelligence Community.

Dennis Blair finished his 34-year naval career as Commander-in-Chief of United States Pacific Command (USPACOM), the highest-ranking officer over all U.S. forces in the Asia-Pacific region (1999-2002). Headquartered at Honolulu, Hawaii, the U.S. Pacific Command is the oldest and largest of the ten Unified Combatant Commands.


Blair’s position gave him access to the U.S. Navy’s X-Files.

The existence of the Navy’s X-Files was first revealed by deceased Navy whistleblower, William Cooper. From 1970-1973, Cooper served as part of the Intelligence Briefing Team of Admiral Bernard Clarey, Commander in Chief of the United States Pacific Fleet (CINCPAC). Cooper’s job was to help brief Admiral Clarey about the latest naval intelligence on national security issues.


During the final years of service with U.S. naval intelligence, Cooper had Top Secret and ‘Q’ level security clearances, and ‘need-to-know’ access to the Navy’s X-Files. He witnessed numerous documents concerning UFOs and extraterrestrial life.


To support his claims, Cooper was willing to,

"produce the names of approximately 38 U.S. Navy officers and enlisted men who witnessed these documents while in the service of their country.”

Cooper’s claims were never investigated in any public inquiry

As head of USPACOM, Admiral Blair was senior in rank to then Commander of CINCPAC. Blair therefore had access to the same intelligence data that Cooper’s CINCPAC and his successors enjoyed.


In short, Admiral Blair had ‘need-to-know’ access to the Navy’s X-Files.


USO - Unidentified Submerged Objects Deep Sea UFO's



After his inauguration and Blair’s confirmation, President Obama will receive daily intelligence briefings from Admiral Blair.


The intelligence data that Blair receives from his Office of National Intelligence will be limited to what the intelligence community is willing to share with his office. Blair’s experiences with the Navy’s X-Files, however, make it possible for him to gain access to each intelligence agency’s X-Files.

Blair can work with Obama’s incoming CIA Director, Leon Panetta, to gain access to the CIA’s X-Files. Blair can assist with the knowledge he acquired when he served as the first Associate Director of Central Intelligence for Military Support in the 1990s. Accessing the CIA’s and other agencies X-Files will allow Blair to genuinely coordinate intelligence data on UFOs and extraterrestrial life.

Blair has the unique experience and authority to brief President Obama about the X-Files hidden among various branches of the U.S. Intelligence Community. Such briefings will enhance Blair’s ability to coordinate intelligence data from different intelligence agency’s X-Files.


If President Obama does receive X-Files briefings from Blair, Obama will have the opportunity to disclose information about UFOs and extraterrestrial life to the general public.