The United Nations has designated the year 2009 as the International Year of Astronomy. Whether this was purposeful or just a coincidence, it lines up perfectly with their alleged plan to encourage disclosure of information about the UFO phenomenon next year. After one or more meetings and briefings on the subject were allegedly held in February of this year, I made a number of inquiries and have been astonished at the results.

I recently received two interesting responses to emails that I sent to various departments within the United Nations. The first came from the Office of the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General and was unsigned. It stated that the U.N. has named 2009 as the International Year of Astronomy. Among other things, this designation honors the four hundred year anniversary of Galileo Galilei as the father of modern observational astronomy.

Although no mention was made of my inquiry about the alleged UFO briefings or planned 2009 disclosure effort, it’s noteworthy that the first email also mentioned the stated purposes of the International Year of Astronomy as found on the official website at The first purpose has some interesting wording:

“Increase the scientific awareness among the general public through the communication of scientific results in astronomy and related fields, as well as the process of research and critical thinking that leads to these results.”

By adding ‘related fields’ to the mission statement, the International Year of Astronomy event organizers can easily incorporate almost anything related to space, science and astronomy into their program. Although any mention of the search for life in the universe is conspicuously absent from the IYA-2009 website, that doesn’t mean that the UN cannot use IYA-2009 as a springboard to launch various inquiries into the existence of extraterrestrial life or make announcements about UFO disclosure.

The second email response I received was from the UN Commission on Science and Technology for Development. It was also unsigned, brought several interesting facts about the commission to my attention and included and enigmatic statement. The commission on science and technology has several stated purposes. One includes “Formulating UN system recommendations and guidelines on science and technology.”

If most everything involving science and technology within the U.N. organization somehow falls under the auspices of this commission, UFOs would certainly qualify. That makes this committee a possible key player in any plan for UFO disclosure. It also means we can likely read much into this statement that they included in the email:

“The United Nations is a forum for new ideas. The U.N. Commission on Science and Technology for Development encourages the sharing of scientific and technological discoveries to benefit all the nations of the world.”

Again, without mentioning UFOs or Aliens, the second email response I received makes it clear that these subjects obviously qualify as scientific discoveries that should be shared. Based on the content of both emails, I believe that the United Nations is involved in a plan to disclose information about UFOs and Aliens.

While the United Nations is not in a position to pressure powerful nations that are responsible for most of the secrecy surrounding UFOs to disclose anything, they are always a convenient place for those nations to use as a platform to discuss, debate and share information.

It’s entirely possible that the USA and other powerful nations have begun to run out of excuses when it comes to explaining away UFO sightings and encounters. With the number of credible witnesses and whistleblowers that have come forward on the rise and instantaneous reporting of large scale UFO events on the internet, nations in the know are beginning to face a real problem of credibility.

While most people understand a need for a certain level of government secrecy regarding the protection of citizens and property, there is always a danger that concealing too much information or lying about security issues can lead to a total loss of credibility. If people lose confidence in their government, it will not be long before that system of government is replaced by another.

The United Nations is the logical place for disclosure. It takes the pressure off nations that don’t want to explain their individual roles in decades of secrecy or have the media spotlight directed solely at them. The 2009 UFO disclosure event is a likely scenario. We can only hope that the nations with all the secrets will finally agree to share some of them.

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