In this 2023 4BK World Tour stop in Manchester, UK, Nick Pope, a 21-year veteran of the Ministry of Defence and a renowned expert on UFOs, delves into the profound societal impacts we may encounter with the prospect of First Contact. UFOs, once relegated to the fringes, have now entered mainstream conversations, and many are speculating that Disclosure is on the horizon. Pope, drawing on his official background, offers insider insights into how this potential revelation could affect various facets of our world, from politics and religion to science, technology, the economy, and beyond. Brace yourself for a journey into the unknown, where our world could undergo unforeseeable transformations.
During the 1990s, Pope's role involved researching and investigating UFO phenomena, assessing their implications on defense, national security, and flight safety. This led to him being dubbed "the real Fox Mulder" by the media. Notably, Pope played a pivotal role in a project aimed at declassifying and releasing the majority of the UK government's UFO files, many of which he authored, transferring them to the National Archives.
Beyond his defense work, Pope has been involved in various UFO and alien-themed entertainment projects, serving as a consultant and spokesperson for movies, TV shows, and video games. He is a frequent contributor to TV news programs and documentaries, making appearances in series like "Ancient Aliens" and "The Basement Office." Pope not only created and hosted the TV series "After Contact" but also moderates Ancient Aliens Live, a touring event inspired by the popular TV series. Additionally, he is affiliated with The Galileo Project, led by Professor Avi Loeb at Harvard University.