Filmmaker claims UFOs are ‘real’ and have ‘transmedium’ abilities

US Navy/Jeremy Corbell

Investigative filmmaker Jeremy Corbell says UFOs are real and have abilities beyond anything the world has seen, including what appears to be the ability to disappear in water.

Footage taken by Navy photographers shows UFOs not only following military ships on maneuvers, but at one point actually disappearing underwater.

Director Corbell thinks the Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon (UAP) is probably some kind of intelligently controlled high-tech vehicle. He also states that the military engaged in “kinetically” active encounters with UFOs. Which means that the armed forces fired on them.

In a leaked video, which Corbell posted to Twitter, UAPs are not only able to hover around naval warships at will, but also demonstrate a “transmedium” ability to disappear into the ocean to evade detection.

Transmedium vehicles are believed to have the ability to travel through air, water, and space, transitioning between the three with relative ease. The capability was referenced during a Special Senate Committee on Intelligence hearing last month as “unidentified aerospace and submarine phenomena.”

Video released by Corbell shows a spherical object hovering above the ocean surface while filmed by the USS Omaha in 2019. Then suddenly it goes straight into the water. “No wreckage was found or gear recovered,” Corbell tweeted.

Corbell is one of the few civilians to have been referenced during House subcommittee hearings, so his opinion may carry more weight than others.

“Transmedium is the ability to traverse space, air, or sea without destruction, seemingly defying the known laws of inertia,” Corbell said. the sun.

“For example, our largest aerospace capabilities require heat shielding. This shift in medium is so dramatic that our craft can barely resist.

Corbell also claims that many experts have identified UAPs as having a kind of gravitational propulsion that provides this unique ability to move between space, air, and water. Ships appear to be enveloped in a gravitational bubble, allowing them to move at a relatively high speed and pass through water without damaging their craft.

Earlier this year, congressional hearings verified that US Navy footage of recent UFO encounters was authentic.

The UFOs that have been seen in recently declassified Navy footage have been explained as unmanned aerial vehicles or high-performance drones, while some experts have said the images are more of an optical illusion.

Whatever UAP is, it certainly possesses technology and capabilities that far exceed the current state of the art, leading many to conclude that it poses a threat to national security.

UFO pictures

During the House Intelligence Committee Subcommittee hearings on Counterterrorism, Counterintelligence and Counterproliferation, the Deputy Director of Naval Intelligence showed several video clips of UAP encounters by US Navy aircraft . Bray concluded that he believed most of the targets were sophisticated drones monitoring the Navy as they conducted training exercises.

However the technology works, the Pentagon has a new task force to study the phenomenon and hopefully find answers as to what it may actually be.


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