The Day Before Disclosure

Synopsis: Our modern civilization is likely to be confronted with the biggest paradigm shift in the perception of reality ever, and through our productions we wish to bring insight from the forefront of this development.
Genre: Documentary
103 min


(majestic orchestra music)

(spaceships zooming)

(electricity crackling)

(majestic orchestra music)

(suspenseful music)

- [Terje] What if

we were not alone?

What if the hundreds

of thousands of people

claiming to have seen

unidentified flying ojects

in fact had been witnessing

extraterrestrial spacecraft?

What if the thousands of

people all over the world

who tell about their

encounters with alien beings

through friendly contact

or even forced abductions

were actually telling the truth?

What if our governments had

known about an ET presence

for more than half a century?

If they were in possession

of alien technology

that had the potential of

changing how our world is run

and they chose to keep

the public in the dark

through a secret campaign

of suppressed information?

What if that campaign acted

as a chain around the ankles

of humanity, keeping us from

rising to a whole new level

of consciousness and

understanding of ourselves,

our planet, and the

universe around us?

And what if that

campaign ended tomorrow?

(beeping and type keys clicking)

- It's one of these

currents of history

that won't be denied.

The truth is going to come out.

And when it does, it's

gonna be explosive.

- So once we get that out,

we will go back and completely

reassemble the 20th century,

rewrite it in a way,

and may have to go back

and rewrite a

significant portion

of the entire last 12,000 years.

- This is the greatest

story in human history.

And the reason it is the

greatest story in human history,

it is the greatest

story of human history.

(dramatic horn music)

(dramatic piano music)

- The world view portrayed

in this statement

by renowned scientist

Lord Kelvin in 1900,

was shattered only

five years later

when Albert Einstein published

his groundbreaking paper

on special relativity.

The new theories challenged

the current framework

of understanding and forced

the scientific community

to open up to a broader view

on the nature of reality.

This event of fundamental

change, this paradigm shift,

came as a huge surprise

to scholars at that time.

But today we have no

problem following the string

of breakthroughs leading

up to Einstein's paper

and the doorway

into the atomic age.

Lord Kelvin's statement

bears with it the voice

of paradigms past.

We knew that the earth was flat.

We knew that we were the

center of the universe.

And we knew that a

man-made, heavier than air

piece of machinery

could not take flight.

Through all stages

of human history,

intellectual authorities have

pronounced their supremacy

by ridiculing or suppressing

elements of reality

that simply didn't fit

within the framework

of accepted knowledge.

The so-called father

of modern science,

the Italian astronomer

Galileo, was even convicted

by the Catholic Church and

placed under house arrest

for life after publishing

a book where he supported

the idea that the Earth was

not the center of the universe.

His work was then

banned and forbidden

for more than 200 years.

But are we really

any different today?

Have we really changed our

acceptance towards the things

that won't fit the frame?

Maybe there are

concepts of our reality

we have yet to understand?

And if we open our

eyes, maybe we will see

that something significant

has been overlooked.

(upbeat rock music)

(slow rock music)

(slow piano music)

- My name's Nick Pope.

I worked for the

Ministry of Defense,

a part of the British

government, for 21 years.

And for much of the early

90s, I was responsible

for running their UFO project.

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