News Nation was the first to break the story of David Grusch, a whistleblower who worked with the U.S. Air Force, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) and the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO). Among Grusch's claims were that the U.S. has long been keeping UFO's secret, has retrieved non-terrestrial craft, and has even recovered non-terrestrial beings. Needless to say, this has sparked intrigue as well as debate. Were his claims legitimate, was he lying, is he crazy, or was it a all psy-op? While my own impressions felt positive, I decided this would be a good candidate for an interesting remote viewing project.
Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Grusch was a decorated combat officer within the USAF during the War in Afghanistan and is a veteran of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) and the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO). From 2019 to 2021, he was the representative of the NRO to the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force. From late 2021 to July 2022, he was the co-lead for UAP analysis at the NGA and its representative to the task force. He assisted in drafting the National Defense Authorization Act of 2023, which includes provisions for reporting of UFOs, including whistleblower protections and exemptions to non-disclosure orders and agreements. Congressional interest in UFO sightings immediately prior to Grusch's public claims surrounded questions about the four objects that the Air Force shot down in February 2023. —Wikipedia
Remote viewing David Grusch the Whistleblower
Y24-1311: David Grusch/motivations and veracity of coming forward as a whistleblower (frontloading: focus on the main subject)
So what does the data tell us? Overall, it paints a picture of someone who is a leader, a warrior, and/or someone that others listen to. Several viewers locked onto physical features that included gender, relative age, eye color, hair, and even sunglasses. This individual is confident, concentrating, focused, observing, studying, meticulous, someone respected and admired, someone of rank. They were a careerist, someone focused on space travel, possibly unconventional and ethical. While some may not listen or believe him, this person imparts a message that will disrupt and ultimately change things. There were also some undertones of fear, bitterness, injustice and redemption. One viewer picked up on something more negative involving cat and mouse games and hit-list connotations. What's more is this person may have witnessed some sort of lights or activity himself (dancing lights perhaps, while "disclosure" was mentioned by one viewer.
Unlike the Phil Schneider case (which may have some partial truth to it, hard to say), this one registered as overall positive and truthful in my opinion. Whether we believe the whistleblower or not, Grusch himself would like for these claims to be tested. Here are some of the viewer highlights.
Viewers for the project
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James Shear's Whiteboard session on YouTube: