The biggest secrets are often in plain sight, and rely on the fact that without understanding the meaning of the secret, mere knowledge of its existence alone helps no-one. This is such a case – NASA’s, and virtually the entire world’s, use of a strange symbol in every aspect of the space industry.
It’s known as the swoosh, the vector, the delta, or the chevron, and it is literally ubiquitous in every aspect of human-space interactions.
What does it mean? Why is it used? Is it a human glyph, or perhaps an extraterrestrial one? We’ll examine this in more detail in this video.
With important figures now coming out and admitting that ufos, or uaps, exist, and that they may possibly alien in origin, perhaps we should be looking back on the history of space exploration and see is there is any clear evidence that not only have governments and organisations known about this for a long time, but may have even held discussions with alien visitors.
Happy Mid-Winter Solstice!
Filmed with a Panasonic Lumix FZ300/FZ330 with a Polaroid UV lens.
On location in the Carpathian Mountains of Slovakia.