Wil je een videoclip bekijken en stoort het X-files-deuntje jou daarbij. Schakel het deuntje gewoon uit door in deze kolon, helemaal beneden op de 2 witte balkjes in het blauwe cirkeltje te klikken, tot een pijltje verschijnt. Veel kijk- en luisterplezier en bedankt voor jouw bezoek.
The purpose of this blog is the creation of an open, international, independent and free forum, where every UFO-researcher can publish the results of his/her research. The languagues, used for this blog, are Dutch, English and French.You can find the articles of a collegue by selecting his category. Each author stays resposable for the continue of his articles. As blogmaster I have the right to refuse an addition or an article, when it attacks other collegues or UFO-groupes.
Deze blog is opgedragen aan mijn overleden echtgenote Lucienne.
In 2012 verloor ze haar moedige strijd tegen kanker!
In 2011 startte ik deze blog, omdat ik niet mocht stoppen met mijn UFO-onderzoek.
UFO'S - MET HET LAATSTE NIEUWS OVER UFO'S BOVEN BELGIË EN IN ANDERE LANDEN...
UFO's in België en de rest van de wereld In België heb je vooral BUFON of het Belgisch UFO-Netwerk, dat zich met UFO's bezighoudt. BEZOEK DUS ZEKER VOOR ALLE OBJECTIEVE INFORMATIE ww.ufo.be.
Verder heb je ook het Belgisch-Ufo-meldpunt en Caelestia, die prachtig, doch ZEER kritisch werk leveren, ja soms zelfs héél sceptisch...
Voor Nederland kan je de mooie site www.ufowijzer.nl bezoeken van Paul Harmans. Een mooie site met veel informatie en artikels.
MUFON of het Mutual UFO Network Inc is een Amerikaanse UFO-vereniging met afdelingen in alle USA-staten en diverse landen.
MUFON's mission is the analytical and scientific investigation of the UFO- Phenomenon for the benefit of humanity...
Je kan ook hun site bekijken onder www.mufon.com.
Ze geven een maandelijks tijdschrift uit, namelijk The MUFON UFO-Journal.
Since 02/01/2013 is Pieter not only president (=voorzitter) of BUFON, but also National Director MUFON / Flanders and the Netherlands. We work together with the French MUFON Reseau MUFON/EUROP.
RH Negative: Aliens Genetically Created Us: Overwhelming Evidence (Video)
RH Negative: Aliens Genetically Created Us: Overwhelming Evidence (Video)
If you want to rouse passionate opinions – just discuss the origin of the human race. Fervent believers argue the literal, biblical perspective… that we were created in an instant by a Creator … while scientists claim we are the result of pure evolution – and there are many theories inside that. As it turns out, more and more evidence is showing the likelihood that both theories actually hold some truth, …that the human race is, by all means, an evolving species, but also, that there are a multitude of reasons to believe that a more intelligent life form played a role in developing our DNA.
As we unravel more mysteries from our past, more and more physicists, historians, geneticists, and anthropologists are pushing the boundaries of accepted theories by mentioning the “A” word – yes – the dreaded “alien” – and the overwhelming evidence that something played a role in our evolution. So if you’re among those people still laughing off this possibility – because you’ve never seen one – we’d like to bring you up to speed with some of the remarkable discoveries being discussed in the scientific community, ones that prove our genetic makeup has to be more than just a random hand of cards.
Alien contacts: will it be an invasion or just a courtesy visit?
Alien contacts: will it be an invasion or just a courtesy visit?
Written by Gianni Rizzo
So far, science has ignored any hypothesis of contact with alien civilizations, but the number of those who claim to have seen a UFO or of being in direct contact with extraterrestrials shows no decline.
This despite being long past the clamor of the nineties when the world was in the grip of an “x-file mania” which may have induced suggestive phenomena capable of distorting statistics.
ALIEN CONTACTS, TWO OPPOSITE HYPOTHESES
That said, any large-scale contact with alien beings continues to be imagined as two diametrically opposite situations: a courtesy visit or a real invasion.
On the one hand it has been repeatedly noted that UFOs appear more often in some critical moments or natural disasters, such as volcanic eruptions or earthquakes. So some researchers believe that the aliens have helped us fight the whims of nature and overcome the most difficult moments throughout our history.
ALIENS WOULD TRY TO IMPROVE HUMANITY
Some historians, fascinated by the UFO theme, have suggested that the ultimate goal of aliens is to bring goodness, harmony and peace to planet Earth as human nature is imperfect. We lie to one another, we kill, we pollute the environment, we break down the forests, we run out of natural resources, while the aliens, as representatives of a much more developed race, would like to help us, as if we were their younger brothers. They would induce us, kindly, to improve, to love each other more.
A large-scale alien contact in such a scenario would not be an invasion, but simply a visit by friends we do not know, but who know us very well. The opinion is shared by those ufologists who believe that the aliens, no matter if Nordic aliens, Grey aliens or Reptilian aliens, have been visiting the planet Earth for some time having been observed by the ancient Maya as well as by ancient Egyptians.
NOT EVERYONE AGREES WITH A BENEVOLENT HYPOTHESIS
If they wanted to, it's logical deduction, the aliens could have conquered the Earth a long time ago. However, not all scientists share this rosy point of view and some like Stephen Hawking suggested to be cautious.
After all, every year thousands of people seem to disappear without leaving a trace all over the world and the few who return speak of barbarous experiments to which victims of alien abductions would have been subjected. Abductions whose numbers would be growing, exceeding those that have occurred in the last 20 years before or even before.
THE NUMBER OF ALIEN ABDUCTIONS IS GROWING
All this would happen secretly, so most of humanity knows nothing about such abductions or does not believe that they really happened. Meanwhile, the aliens, given their level of technology and the apparent ability to exercise mental control over people, could easily manage the whole thing openly, without paying attention to what's happening.
The spread of panic among the terrestrials would depend only on them, but in the end the aliens would rather act in secret, hiding among us. Why? Perhaps because in the universe there are forces, extraterrestrial civilizations, that oppose this way of proceeding and have not yet lost the hope of putting the terrestrials on the right path.
However, if it is true that the number of abductions is growing more and more, ours “supporters” would be getting tired, or maybe they would lose their confidence in our desire to improve. Also for this reason the last alien contacts would have had as their aim more and more unscrupulous experiments, perhaps even genetic ones.
THE ROBERT DEAN REVELATIONS
According to some stories of these years, human women would be fertilized on board UFO and then give birth to children who would soon be kidnapped by the aliens, Nordic, Gray or Reptilian who are. These children could play a special role during a possible future alien invasion.
They seem only speculations, yet according to the former US Army officer Robert Orel Dean (dead October 11, 2018), there would exist a top secret document to which Dean had access and with which almost all the leaders of the world powers are familiar, which would demonstrate the veracity of these “hypotheses”.
EARTH LEADERS HAVE KNOWN THE TRUTH SINCE THE 1960S
According to this document, planet Earth has long been the object of intense and massive observation by various alien civilizations, equipped with technologies more advanced than our thousands of years. The sequence of observations and the fact that they are conducted for many centuries would demonstrate the existence of a specific plan or program.
The military intelligence services would have signaled the absence of an immediate threat from alien civilizations. However, some facts indicate a potential for intervention in the affairs of the main world governments.
Copies of the document, Dean said, were sent to all the heads of NATO member states in the mid-1960s and since then the secret would be kept waiting to see if one day the aliens were to visit us in droves, amicably or not.
Fox News published astartling articleMonday (Dec. 3) with the headline "NASA scientist says Earth may have been visited by aliens." Unsurprisingly, that news rocketed around the web, with similar articles soon turning up in the New York Post, Russia Today and The Daily Wire. (Fox appears to have been the first major U.S. news source to run with the story.)
These articles are based on a document on NASA's website by Silvano Colombano, a researcher at NASA's Ames Research Center in Mountain View, California. It really does argue that scientists should at least take seriously the notion that aliens may have visited planet Earth. But Colombano told Live Science that the coverage on Fox News and elsewhere misrepresented what he was trying to say when he wrote it.
"It is not accurately represented," he said. "My perspective was simply that reports of unidentified aerial phenomena should be the object of serious study, even if the chance of identification of some alien technology is very small." [13 Ways to Hunt Intelligent Aliens]
There's some nuance here. Colombano really does believe, as Fox News wrote, that aliens "may" have visited planet Earth. As in, it's theoretically possible that this has happened, not entirely impossible, and worth looking for evidence that it has. But that's not the same as expecting to actually find any such evidence, or believing that there's a good chance aliens are scuttling around under our noses — an impression you might get if you read Fox News's article.
Though Colombano's name and email address appear right on top of the document, he said Fox News did not contact him before publishing their story. (Live Science has reached out to Fox News to confirm this, but has not yet heard back.) Fox described the document as a "new research paper" — a term usually used to describe formal articles intended for publication in research journals and making conclusions based on evidence and the scientific method.
But that's not what this document is.
"The context was a presentation delivered last spring at a meeting of the SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) Institute," he said.
"The meeting was to get feedback from scientists as to future directions for the Institute's research program," Colombano said.
The document accompanied a talk he gave in which he suggested that perhaps the notion of aliens visiting Earth isn't quite as ridiculous as most scientists believe, and that SETI might devote some resources to systematically hunting through UFO reports and other data for evidence that this has happened — to hunt for a faint, unlikely signal in a lot of messy noise.
In other words, it was a speculative piece of writing intended to persuade other scientists to spend their resources on a long-shot project — not an argument about whether or not aliens have actually visited Earth. Colombano's position is that it's possible, but not necessarily likely.
'They Are Watching Us': Ufologists Predict When Aliens Will Return to Earth
'They Are Watching Us': Ufologists Predict When Aliens Will Return to Earth
While von Daniken speculated that extraterrestrial beings that visited our planet in the past may already return and are secretly observing us, Tsoukalos claimed that humans need to become "more friendly with each other" in order for space aliens to try and establish contact with mankind.
During their appearance at the UFO Summit 2018 conference in Brazil, Erich von Daniken and Giorgio A. Tsoukalos, two prominent ufologists and proponents of the ‘ancient astronauts’ theory which postulates that aliens visited Earth in the distant past and interacted with ancient humans, explained to Sputnik when these extraterrestrial entities might return.
According to Tsoukalos, the aliens didn’t attempt to make an official contact with mankind is that humans need to achieve something first.
"In my opinion, it is that we, as a society, we need to become more friendly with each other. We really need to start looking at ourselves and say, you know, we are all brothers and sisters on this planet, we really are. And it is up to us to clean up our house, here on Earth. And I think then, after we cleaned up our mess, that’s when they will make contact," Tsoukalos said.
His sentiment was echoed by von Daniken who claimed that extraterrestrials who allegedly visited our planet in the past promised to “return in the far future, and probably they are back already.”
"Now, what can we learn from that? We have to learn to become humble. We are not unique. We are not the crown of creation, neither the top of evolution. We are just one of the millions of species in outer space. They will come back. They will teach us again," he remarked.
Von Daniken also added that numerous suspected UFO sightings suggest that “somebody is around this planet and obviously is observing us, maybe studying our languages, our microbacterias, our weapons, our religious systems, our political systems.”
"They are watching us," he surmised.
The views and opinions expressed by the speaker do not necessarily reflect those of Sputnik.
COAST TO COAST AM. George Knapp welcomed abductee Niara Isley as she recounted her experience which began after she witnessed a mysterious craft at the military’s secretive Tonopah Test Range in Nevada.
She explained that, soon after being sent to the base to train pilots on how to avoid being detected by radar, she spotted a UFO in the sky, which she thought might be a back-engineered US test craft.
Strangely, she noted that there were armed guards standing nearby and their intent seemed to be to ensure that Isley and her colleagues saw the UFO.
The group was then herded onto an old school bus with blacked-out windows, and they were taken to a medical facility.
At a later date, she said, her superiors forced her to board a craft, which was manned by both a grey and reptilian alien, and she was actually taken to the moon.
In the early hours of November 20, 1952, controversialContactee George Adamskiand his secretary, Lucy McGinnis, headed out of Palomar Mountain and drove to Blythe, California. It was all as a result of a sudden, out of the blue hunch that Adamski had – one which led him to believe that a close encounter was looming on the horizon. As dawn broke, they met with several fellow saucer-seekers, Al and Betty Bailey, and George Hunt Williamson, who was a fellow Contactee who also caught the secret attention of the FBI, as we shall soon see. After breakfast, Adamski had an eerie feeling that the group needed to head off to Parker, Arizona – which they quickly did. It wasn’t long before one and all was shocked and amazed by the sight of a huge, silver-colored UFO that was “cigar”-like in shape and maneuvering high in the clear skies over Parker.
An excited Adamski shouted to the group to follow it: they raced for their cars and hit the dirt road in pursuit of the craft from another world. According to Adamski and his friends, the craft shot out of the area after being pursued by a squadron of military aircraft. Soon after, though, a much smaller, Flying Saucer-type vehicle landed on a nearby mountain. For Adamski, this was a sign the aliens wanted to converse with him, face to face. That, we’re told, is exactly what happened. As the rest of the group kept their distance, Adamski tentatively walked towards the alien craft. A door on the vehicle opened and Adamski, holding his breath, was confronted by a long-haired, human-looking figure dressed in a one-piece suit, not unlike the kind of outfit worm by today’s military pilots.
Adamski said that the long-haired, human-looking being claimed his name was Orthon, that he came from the planet Venus, and that he was here to warn the world of the perils of nuclear weapons. Orthon told the excited and shocked Adamski that he, Adamski, was to be a part of a worldwide program designed to push human civilization away from planet-wide annihilation and towards a new paradise. With that all said, Orthon returned to his Flying Saucer, which raced into the heavens and vanished from view.
In mere minutes, Adamski was a new man with a new plan. He claimed further controversial encounters with the Space-Brothers and, in 1953, co-authored with Desmond Leslie a book on the entire affair titled Flying Saucers Have Landed. The book proved to be a huge hit. Adamski had gone from a figure of relative obscurity to one that countless numbers of people were listening to – and listening to very carefully. Those listeners included none other than some of the finest special-agents of the FBI.
It’s important to note that the stories of George Adamski – who died in 1965 – have both their believers and their disbelievers. That Orthon looked extremely human and claimed to be a Venusian, has had many a UFO researcher rolling their eyes – and quite understandably. On the other hand, and even to this day, Adamski still has a faithful following which shows no signs of going away anytime soon. For the FBI, though, it wasn’t so much whether or not Adamski’s claims were true or not which bothered J. Edgar Hoover’s G-Men. Rather, it was the influence that Adamski was having on the American public that had them worried. Deeply so, too.
Had Adamski just told his readers, and listeners, tales of exciting encounters with spacemen and space-women from other worlds, then, in all probability, the FBI would not have cared in the slightest. But, things didn’t end there. According to the FBI’s files on Adamski, his aliens were communists. Those same records state that Adamski claimed that the Soviet way of life was also the way of the future. That the Russians would be the victors in a looming Third World War, and that the Space Brothers would then usher in a new era in which alien communists would sculpt a new Earth.
Today, much of this might sound farcical, unimportant and far-fetched, but it was the thousands upon thousands of people who completely bought into all this which had the FBI concerned. As a result, J. Edgar Hoover ordered a file to be opened on Adamski. It ran from 1952 to 1965, amounts to around 130 pages, and is now available under Freedom of Information legislation. The file makes it very clear that the Bureau was far from impressed by anything that Adamski had to say about his alleged alien encounters. The issue of how Adamski insisted on spreading the word of communism, though – and doing so via the message and the medium of the Space Brothers – continued to worry and vex the FBI. Hence the existence of the strange file.
Un scientifique de la NASA n’exclut pas que des extraterrestres soient déjà parmi nous
Un scientifique de la NASA n’exclut pas que des extraterrestres soient déjà parmi nous
Bien que la NASA n’ait pas encore trouvé de preuve irréfutable de l’existence d’extraterrestres, un scientifique de l’agence affirme dans un article publié sur le site officiel que les aliens auraient déjà visité la Terre. Selon lui, il pourrait s’agir d’une «entité super-intelligente» et «extrêmement petite».
Silvano P.Colombano, qui travaille dans un centre de recherche de la NASA, également professeur, n’exclut pas dans son article que des formes de vie extraterrestre auraient déjà visité la Terre. Il affirme que la vie intelligente peut ne pas être basée sur le carbone, ou ce à quoi nous sommes habitués.
«Je veux simplement souligner le fait que nous pourrions trouver d’autres formes d’intelligence, ou que ces formes pourraient choisir de nous trouver (si ce n’est pas déjà le cas), qui ne seraient pas du tout produites par des organismes à base de carbone comme nous», écrit-il dans un article de recherche publié sur le site Web de la NASA.
Si ces formes de vie extraterrestre ne sont pas basées sur le carbone, cela changerait les hypothèses existantes sur ce qu’il faut rechercher. «À quel point cela pourrait-il changer les hypothèses concernant les voyages interstellaires? Notre durée de vie typique ne serait plus limitée (même si celle-ci pourrait être traitée avec des missions multigénérationnelles ou une cryogénisation) et l’entité pourrait être extrêmement petite mais super intelligente.»
Dans le document, il suggère également que des extraterrestres pourraient avoir découvert une technologie que les êtres humains ne pourraient pas comprendre. «Si nous adoptions un nouvel ensemble d’hypothèses sur les formes d’intelligence et de technologies supérieures que nous pourrions trouver, certains de ces phénomènes pourraient correspondre à des hypothèses spécifiques et nous pourrions entamer une enquête sérieuse», a-t-il souligné.
Plusieurs médias ont repris les propos du scientifique et, vu la résonance médiatique, le scientifique a tenu à expliquer ses propos à la revue Live Science.
«Mon point de vue était simplement que les rapports de phénomènes aériens non identifiés devraient faire l’objet d’une étude sérieuse, même si les chances d’identifier une technologie étrangère est très faible», a-t-il expliqué. Source
Nicolas Dumont could not be more casual as we chat about alien abductions. "It's not a hallucinatory experience or a spiritual one," says the clinical psychologist. "The experience leaves physical marks behind, plus victims get extraordinary powers, like the gift of healing or clairvoyance."
Dumont's patients believe they've experienced an alien abduction, with some saying they've been taken multiple times. The claims are so convincing in their detail, says Dumont, that he's fairly certain something must have happened.
Dumont isn't the first psychologist to specialize in this. John Edward Mack, a professor at Harvard and former psychiatrist, spent part of his life studying this same phenomenon, following nearly 200 cases of people who believed they had been abducted by aliens. In 2003, he explained in an interview: "When you're talking to a psychotic who's telling you something that seems like a psychosis, you do get the feeling that it never happened. But in these cases, it's nothing like that. These people are healthy. They question themselves sometimes. But they're describing an experience that's real and intense—something being done to their bodies."
A while ago, I spoke to some of Dumont's patients about their experiences. This time, I wanted to chat to the psychologist about how he thinks he can tell whether someone has been abducted or not and why he's convinced that more medical professionals should be open to believing in the supernatural.
VICE: How many patients have you seen who think they've been abducted by aliens?
Nicolas Dumont: Firstly, it's not as if they all come in saying "I was abducted by aliens," but lots of them think that it might be what happened. In the four years I've been doing this, I've seen about 100 patients, all French, who have shown signs of an abduction. I still see five of them regularly, several years after they first came to me. One of them, Sonia, has been experiencing these kinds of abductions since she was little.
What do you do when someone shows up at your office saying they were taken?
I have a two-pronged approach. First of all, the diagnosis: I want to understand who I'm talking to. A person is, first and foremost, a very precise personality and from a very precise culture. Their cultural context and their approach to the world are fundamental to this part of my approach. Then I go into the exploration phase with the patient. The goal is to clarify what they want. Some want to understand what happened, others want to end it, and, of course, many want confirmation of the idea they were abducted. Lots of them ask me for hypnosis, but that doesn't always work.
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So what's the evidence you look for that makes you believe a patient may have been abducted?
Often these people tell me they were awoken in the middle of the night and found themselves paralyzed. They saw non-human beings around them, whether they were at home or in an external place that might have been a spaceship. Sometimes they were in both. Some hadn't experienced anything until they woke up at home thinking it was morning before realizing 48 hours had just gone by. We call that "missing time"—it's very common. The best-known case is that of Betty and Barney Hill in 1966.
From there, whatever your culture and background, the same elements are always there. Almost universally, my patients talk about the presence of a table, very specific beings and telepathic contact. Mentioning these specifics right away focuses my thinking toward whether the person has actually experienced something or not. Very often, these people claim to have new powers. Some people can float out of their bodies, while others acquire healing powers. And most have marks on them from the experience.
"There are also the little gray men who are particularly invasive and devoid of empathy. They’re the worst because their coldness is very often traumatizing."
You talk about "beings." Are there multiple races of aliens trying to contact us?
After several years of research and interviews, I'm convinced there are. It seems like there are reptile aliens who sometimes provoke terror, other times a kind of love. Then you have the blond humanoids who are very tall and paternal; patients feel good around them. There are also the little gray men, who are particularly invasive and devoid of empathy. They're the worst because their coldness is very often traumatizing. Some patients also tell me of contact with insectoid creatures, whom they perceive as superior entities—the ones in charge.
I see. And what are some of the personal traits of the patients who come to see you?
In the vast majority of cases, I'm seeing people who've experienced childhood abuse, accompanied by deep emotional deprivation. Of course, that's immediately used by skeptics who make a connection between their trauma and the experiences they claim to have had. But in reality, those two things have nothing to do with each other.
I truly believe that people who've been abused in the past have already been in contact with a certain "otherness." Their past experiences have created an ontological shock. We might compare this to going outside after having been in a dark room. When you've experienced an intrusion like having been abused as a child, I think you might, unfortunately, be more prepared than others to experience this kind of terrifying contact.
And what are they like after their experience?
What's interesting to me is the very particular link that forms between the abductee and these beings. They can feel the next abductions coming in advance. I think it's an initiation of sorts. After such an experience, you feel an overhaul of the self. Your guidance center in life isn't your specific personality any longer, but rather this mystery within you, something that's bigger than yourself. So basically, the person emerges from an individualist vision and acquires a vaster conscience. It's an awakening of the heart.
"I don’t fear for my reputation; I want to understand and help people. Other psychologists are afraid to talk about this to their colleagues. I’m not bothered by anything about it because I approach it with clinical psychology tools."
I imagine it must not be very common to specialize in all of this.
There are people who live through extraordinary things, like having out-of-body experiences. That's just how it is. Same goes for these abductees. I don't fear for my reputation; I want to understand and help people. Other psychologists are afraid to talk about this sort of stuff to their colleagues. But nothing about this bothers me because I approach it scientifically. Sure, I run into plenty of reticence—but I also meet people with open minds. I'm only ever looking to have conversations. Those who don't want to hear about it simply haven't ever seen the evidence.
How about you? Have you ever had an experience with aliens?
I saw a UFO when I was young. But I completely put the memory aside. It came back to me three years ago. Also, my siblings practiced spiritism when we were young—I'd see glasses moving on the table. It was incredible, being in contact with an invisible phenomenon.
And is that where your interest in abductions came from?
I studied psychology in college in the most classical sense. But even then, I was already curious about everything relating to extraordinary experiences. When I read the testimonies of people who’d had near-death experiences, and realized just how much those experiences had changed their lives, I asked myself, 'What’s the point of doing therapy for decades if a single experience can change everything?' And after that, I never shut the door on people's experiences. I went to the INRES (Institute for Research on Extraordinary Experiences) where I met the writer Stéphane Alix [author of "Aliens: An Investigation"]. It was thanks to him that I got so deeply into abductions. I think you have to have gone through all these steps in order to understand what people say they have experienced.
And what do you do when you are certain that a patient hasn't been abducted?
It depends on the case. If we're looking at a pathological liar, he won't allow us to dispute his version of events. I saw a patient a while back who had already managed to indoctrinate UFOlogists—he was really feeding off of that, that feeling of being special. That's typical with pathological liars. On the other hand, some do accept that it wasn't an abduction after all. But on my end, I never tell them that they weren't abducted; I never tell someone they're a liar. It's a discussion, and my job is simply to point the person in the right direction.
Do you think that alien beings come to visit us?
It's my job to calm my patient's suffering when they've been through some thing that could potentially destroy them.
Humans have yet to find any definitive proof of the existence of intelligent extraterrestrial life but one NASA scientist believes we may be getting in our own way and might have already ignored alien visits to our planet.
"I simply want to point out the fact that the intelligence we might find and that might choose to find us (if it hasn’t already) might not be at all be produced by carbon-based organisms like us," Silvano P. Colombano, a computer scientist at NASA Ames Research Center, wrote in the research paper published December 4.
The scientist theorizes that our whole approach to searching for extraterrestrial intelligent life may actually be holding us back from discovering it, adding that we must "revisit even our most cherished assumptions."
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Instead of limiting ourselves to current presuppositions based on what we think we know about the universe, Colombano instead proposes a more free-form, blue sky thinking approach as, 'life' may not always conform to our current model, it may already have visited us in forms beyond our comprehension, attempting to communicate with us using technology beyond the realm of our current scientific understanding.
Colombano encourages the scientific community to broaden its horizons when looking for aliens, postulating that the current human lifespan may no longer be a problem in the near future as technological advancements continue to dramatically improve both the quality and length of our lives, affording us a different perception of interstellar travel in the process.
He accepts that the speed of light and interstellar travel may prove to be “an unbreakable barrier, over spans of thousands of years,” but that we shouldn’t operate under an automatically constrained set of possibilities.
He argues that technology as we know it only began development approximately 10,000 years ago, with many of the fundamental scientific methodologies upon which our current understanding of the universe is based coming to light in the past 500 years or so.
“We can surmise that we might have a real problem in predicting technological evolution even for the next thousand years, let alone 6 Million times that amount!” he explains. With this in mind, he advocates for a more “speculative approach” to physics.
According to his LinkedIn profile, Colombano holds a PhD in Biophysics, and is a specialist in Artificial Intelligence, Bio-Inspired computation and Robotics. He is apparently known for “brainstorming ideas and writing both technical and philosophical material” especially within the realm of "Self-sustaining Robotic Systems.”
The expert concludes the paper by calling on technologists to explore “Evolvable Robotic Systems” while also beseeching the scientific community to look deeper into existing reports of UFOs and extraterrestrial phenomena including, but not limited to, a close examination of “130,000 pages of declassified US Air Force documents, National UFO Reporting Center Database and several other international databases.”
The 'UFO Messiah' who exposed Area 51 to the world: Bob Lazar says he is STILL being monitored by authorities 30 years after he went on TV and said he'd worked with alien spacecraft in a secret US government project
The 'UFO Messiah' who exposed Area 51 to the world: Bob Lazar says he is STILL being monitored by authorities 30 years after he went on TV and said he'd worked with alien spacecraft in a secret US government project
Bob Lazar first hit headlines in 1989 when he told a Las Vegas TV station that nine alien spacecraft were being tested and analyzed in Nevada by US scientists
Lazar said he'd worked to help reverse engineer the 'flying discs,' which used technology that had not yet been discovered or invented by humans
The 'scientist' said he'd been threatened about coming forward but felt the public should know; he was highly criticized and many claims were debunked
Filmmaker Jeremy Corbell was just 13 years old when Lazar's extraordinary statements hit the airwaves; he's been fascinated by UFOs and Lazar ever since
Corbell's new documentary, Bob Lazar: Area 51 and Flying Saucers, traces Lazar's path since 1989; he now runs a science equipment lab in Michigan
Lazar stands by his assertions and says they changed the trajectory of his life in 'for the most part, negative' ways - and he probably wouldn't speak out again
The outrageous claims came from a shadowy figure who appeared onLas Vegastelevision, his face completely obscured, on an unassuming Friday in May of 1989. There were nine flying saucers out in the desert near Area 51, he said – ‘flying discs’ being tested and flown and analyzed secretly by the US government. He’d seen them, this mystery man claimed; not only that, he’d worked to reverse engineer the propulsion systems on aircraft that would have been ‘totally impossible’ for US officials to have created themselves.
Bob Lazar, who now lives and works in Michigan, told a Las Vegas television station in 1989 - initially speaking on condition of anonymity - that he had worked on alien spacecraft near Area 51 in the Nevada desert
‘The propulsion system is a gravity propulsion system,’ the man – going by the pseudonym of ‘Dennis’ – told journalists in the studio. ‘The power source is an antimatter reactor. This technology does not exist at all.
‘In fact, one of the reasons I’m coming forward with this information, it’s not only a crime against the American people; it’s a crime against the scientific community, which I’ve been part of for some time, who are actively trying to duplicate these systems. Yet they are in existence now, basically, in the hands of the government.’
And the government had gone to great lengths to keep him from talking, the ‘scientist’ claimed. He’d been warned that he’d be prosecuted for espionage; even his life – and that of his wife – had been threatened, he claimed.
‘Anything could happen; I don’t know,’ said the man, sounding resigned. ‘I haven’t the slightest idea.’
It wouldn’t be long before ‘Dennis’ was unmasked as Bob Lazar, an infamous name that continues to cause controversy and ripples in ufology communities around the world to this day. Type ‘Bob Lazar’ into Google, and almost every site, blog or thread mentioning him is niche, a playground for alien enthusiasts and conspiracy theorists. There’s not a lot about him in the mainstream media, particularly 30 years later.
But in November 1989, when he appeared again on television, this time unobscured, Lazar’s coke bottle-glasses and deadpan, bookish appearance became recognizable globally. His claims about working near Area 51 at a hangar called S-4 – where he insisted he’d seen alien aircraft fitted with tiny seats and constructed with a then-undiscovered material called Element 115 – brought news crews from all over the country and the world, throngs of tourists hot on their heels.
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After his initial interview in May 1989, Lazar spoke on the record and on camera in November of the same year, revealing his identity to the world - subsequently unleashing huge waves of curiosity, support and criticism from various factions
Lazar's explosive 1989 claims attracted the interest of media from around the world, he descended upon the Nevada desert - along with throngs of tourist which continue to make the journey to this day, nearly 30 years later
While Lazar, left, now enjoys a low-profile and rarely speaks about his alleged work, he agreed to participate in the new film - directed by Jeremy Corbell, right - because he says he still receives 'emails from people wondering what happened to me and what direction my life took since releasing the information years ago. In addition, I have heard and seen so many fabricated stories and ridiculous versions of my life and experiences that it actually became entertaining. It seemed like there needed to be something on the record – something current’
Listening at home in 1989, as Lazar steadfastly stood by his literally out-of-this world claims, was a curious 13-year-old named Jeremy Corbell. While Lazar faded from the public eye as time wore on, Corbell remained riveted by what he’d heard – and now, nearly 30 years later, he has directed new documentary Bob Lazar: Area 51 and Flying Saucers, about the controversial figure – re-investigating Lazar’s assertions and following the scientist to his quiet home in small-town Michigan.
‘This concept that I heard on the radio was so transforming to me as a youth, as a kid at 13, that it weaponized my imagination,’ Corbell tells DailyMail.com. ‘It weaponized my curiosity. It forced me to want to become an active participant in learning the truth about UFOs.’
Filmmaker Corbell names as his mentor journalist George Knapp, who first introduced Lazar to the world and who has continued investigating extraterrestrial claims over the decades. Knapp features prominently in the documentary, and both he and Corbell exhibit similar personalities: animated but deliberate, drawn as much to unexplained phenomena as soundbites and flowery language. Corbell describes Lazar to DailyMail.com, varyingly, as ‘like the Elvis,’ ‘the Bigfoot,’ and ‘the Messiah’ of ufology.
Lazar himself, however, displays the opposite demeanor. He’s matter-of-fact in the documentary; his glasses, his haircut, and his deadpan delivery haven’t changed in the slightest since his 1989 TV spot – and neither has his insistence that he saw what he saw, he worked where he worked, and the US government was absolutely studying alien aircraft more than 30 years ago. (The government denied the existence of Area 51 until CIA documents were released five years ago which listed the location as an aerial test site - though not for extraterrestrial spacecraft.)
‘It’s changed my life a lot,’ Lazar says in the film, referring to his alleged part in those studies and his decision to go public. ‘It’s probably changed every aspect of it … for the most part, negative. I mean, it’s really difficult to find positive aspects of that. I mean, I’m sure there are some here and there, but most of them were negative.’
A major industry has built up in Nevada around Area 51 and alleged alien research done there, with businesses latching onto the theme to attract traffic and the state even renaming a 92-mile stretch of State Route 375 the Extraterrestrial Highway in 1996; journalist George Knapp says in the film that, after Lazar made his claims in 1989, 'every major news organization in the world beat a path to Area 51'
Lazar's claims were first revealed by Las Vegas station KLAS and reporter George Knapp, pictured, who maintained his relationship with Lazar for the past three decades and has remained committed to investigating extraterrestrial claims
The repercussions were so negative, he says, that he likely wouldn’t make the same decisions if he were given the chance again.
‘At this point in my life, I’d probably lean towards not saying anything,’ he says.
He agreed to participate in the documentary, however, to set the record straight about his life after 1989.
‘I constantly receive emails from people wondering what happened to me and what direction my life took since releasing the information years ago,’ he tells DailyMail.com in an email relayed by Corbell. ‘In addition, I have heard and seen so many fabricated stories and ridiculous versions of my life and experiences that it actually became entertaining. It seemed like there needed to be something on the record – something current.’
He’s made a life for himself in Michigan with his wife, Joy, and Lazar continued a career in science; he runs United Nuclear, which sells chemicals, lasers, lab materials and other scientific products. Surprisingly, however, he claims to have left the world of UFOs far behind.
‘I do not follow UFO stories or reports and am not interested in researching life outside of Earth,’ he tells DailyMail.com. ‘My primary interest was, and still is, the incredibly advanced technology. I know if we can control and develop it, it can change the world.’
Despite his low-profile lifestyle, however, he still maintains that the government hasn’t forgotten about him. While he doesn’t assert that the government is necessarily after him, he does believe he’s being watched.
‘At the risk of sounding paranoid, I do always have a suspicion that someone is monitoring me – it’s something that is difficult to get out of my mind.’
He says that a ‘recent FBI raid’ – which is touched on in the film, though neither video cameras nor Corbell were present for it – ‘pretty much cements it in my mind.’
Lazar's cosmic claims
Bob Lazar, known for his coke bottle glasses and bookish appearance, appeared on Las Vegas television in 1989 to air claims about alien research by the US government in the Nevada desert near Area 51. His allegations included:
*He had worked at Los Alamos National Laboratory
*He had worked at a secret hangar called S-4 near Area 51
*The government had nine flying saucers in the Nevada desert that it was analyzing and tested
*The alien spacecraft were fitted with tiny seats, powered by an antimatter reactor and Element 115 - both of which were unknown to humans
*He had studied at MIT and Caltech and had been vetted for government work by a man named Mike Thigpen
*He'd seen a security device at secret locations that scanned employees' hands, presumably their bones
*He'd been threatened with prosecution and death to scare him out of sharing what he'd seen
And Lazar isn’t the only one alleging big brother-type activity; journalist Knapp backs him up on it wholeheartedly, telling DailyMail.com in an email provided by Corbell that he’d seen firsthand some ‘strange events’ when the story first broke.
‘There were break-ins at Lazar’s home,’ he says. ‘His vehicle also had break-ins. Mind games being played. Threats were issued. Lazar and others were bugged and followed, and it certainly seemed like someone wanted to frighten him into remaining silent, or maybe they wanted to drive him a little crazy.
‘I was present for many of these events. I saw them with my own eyes, and I witnessed the aftermath as well. I also know that I was followed for several months and that my phone at KLAS was tapped for a time. This became apparent after six different people who had spoken to me by phone were visited and threatened by persons who worked for federal agencies and/or defense contractors with ties to Groom Lake. The witnesses did not know each other and did not know me but had agreed to provide me with statements which generally supported the story told by Lazar. All six changed their minds about sharing information with me after they were visited – and threatened – by these unknown operatives.’
As all of this alleged intimidation was going on, Knapp and many others were trying to verify many of Lazar’s claims – with little success. The ‘whistleblower,’ who was born in Florida, claimed he’d attended MIT and the California Institute of Technology, though there was no record of him at either school. His credibility was also damaged when, in 1990, he pleaded guilty to pandering in connection with the business of a prostitute – a charge wholly unrelated to science and ufology but detrimental to his reputation nonetheless.
Lazar also claimed to have worked at Los Alamos National Laboratory; this time, in fact, Knapp found Lazar’s name in the laboratory’s 1982 phonebook – bolstering his claims.
‘I thought I set the record straight 30 years ago,’ Lazar says in the documentary. ‘I don’t know – what else can I say? … How can I prove anything else? Do you think Los Alamos just hired me out of high school?’
He continues: ‘I don’t understand how everybody gets so caught up in the minutiae – because you can debate this stuff forever. We can go back before MIT, and you can start fighting [about] whether or not, where I lived in high school; that is not going to translate into answering the questions and the things that I brought into the public eye.
'Tens of thousands of people started showing up out there to see whatever it was that was flying around in the desert; they're still coming, all these years later,' Knapp says in the film
Lazar claims to have attended MIT and Caltech before working at Los Alamos National Laboratory and near Area 51 at a hangar called S-4; neither school has any record of him attending. He counters: 'Do you think Los Alamos just hired me out of high school?'
Phyllis Berliner, Lazar's mother, shares a story in the film about how her son outfitted a bicycle with 'a jet engine' as a boy; she adds: 'You believe him or not. It’s a fearful thing to think that there’s something out there that we don’t know anything about. Are they dangerous? Can they hurt us? Will they attack us? You don’t want to know, so you don’t believe it. You’d rather not believe there might be other things out there, other things in the universe. There has to be. We can’t be all by ourselves. We can’t be'
While evidence was never uncovered to support many of Lazar's claims, his name was found listed in a 1982 Los Alamos phone directory and an article that pre-dated his TV appearances listed him as a scientist with the national laboratory
Lazar now runs United Nuclear in small-town Michigan, which producers lasers and other scientific materials and equipment; he leads a quiet life with his wife, Joy, who told filmmaker Cobell: 'I don’t know about UFOs and all this stuff, but I’ll tell you one thing – he’s the most honest person that I have ever met, and I’ve slept next to him for 18 years’
‘That’s the important stuff. It almost seems like this is an intentional distraction. You need to pay attention to the bigger picture. If you really want to research all the other stuff, fine, go ahead and do it – but you really need to pay attention to what I’m saying, because I have better things to do than coming up with this.
‘I don’t like being in the public eye; I don’t have money for doing this – and, quite frankly, I could make up a better lie. But I have no motivation to lie; this hasn’t helped me out.’
Corbell, for his part, went to great lengths to verify some of Lazar’s claims. The ‘scientist’ had always described a security device which scanned the bones of employees’ hands at secret government locations; the filmmaker found one on the internet, and Lazar reacts with a mixture of amazement and satisfaction when Corbell points it out on camera.
Lazar had also described a man named Mike Thigpen who he said vetted him for government work; Corbell says in the documentary that he tracked the man down to the East Coast, and Thigpen confirmed the information via phone. But Thigpen, Corbell says, declines to appear on camera ‘because he doesn’t want to put a dark shadow on the work he did before – but personally conveyed that was his job, that was exactly what he did in Vegas in 1989.’
And various outside developments over the years have also given more weight to Lazar’s story, many claim. Fifteen years ago, an Element 115 was added to the periodic table – moscovium, a radioactive synthetic element first synthesized by a joint team of Russian and American scientists. On top of that, just last year the Department of Defense confirmed for the first time that it had financed a UFO program – after officials denied for decades that any such research had ever existed anywhere within the government.
All of those developments – and likely the alleged verifications made by Corbell in his film – serve as a major boon for Lazar’s supporters. The documentary also interviews the people who know him best – his friend, his wife, a United Nuclear employee, even Lazar’s mother – in an effort to get to the heart of who Lazar really is and what he truly believes.
His wife, a trim, sharply dressed blond Lazar met more than a decade after his 1989 fame, is ‘a godsend in his life; they share great moral strength and fiber and values,’ Corbell tells DailyMail.com.
He continues: ‘Bob’s wife doesn’t care about UFOs; she didn’t date Bob 18 years ago, get together with Bob … she didn’t even know about the UFOs. They don’t talk about UFOs. That’s not their life; that’s not their relationship.
‘However, she did tell me one thing. She said something about Bob; she said, “I don’t know about UFOs and all this stuff, but I’ll tell you one thing – he’s the most honest person that I have ever met, and I’ve slept next to him for 18 years."'
And whatever academic credentials Lazar may or may not have, his mother, Phyllis Berliner, paints the picture of a child gifted with a scientific mind from a very young age. She describes in the film being awoken by a huge bang at 6 o’clock one Sunday morning when Lazar was a boy, after he outfitted his bicycle with ‘a jet engine.’
She felt ‘scared out of my mind,’ Berliner says in the documentary. ‘I didn’t know what he was going to do next – was he going to blow up the house? Blow up the world?’
She adds: ‘I want him to be happy. If vindication is what he wants, fine. But that’s up to him. You believe him or not. It’s a fearful thing to think that there’s something out there that we don’t know anything about. Are they dangerous? Can they hurt us? Will they attack us? You don’t want to know, so you don’t believe it. You’d rather not believe there might be other things out there, other things in the universe.
‘There has to be. We can’t be all by ourselves. We can’t be,’ she says.
Lazar looks as if he has barely aged since his explosive television appearance nearly 30 years ago; his trademark coke bottle glasses and deadpan demeanor remain the same
In addition to the work he says he witnessed at Area 51, Lazar tells DailyMail.com: ‘I’m certain research continues involving the working of the alien craft and technology – somewhere in the USA, but I do have to wonder, what other projects government entities might be involved with along the same lines'
Lazar claimed that he he'd been threatened with prosecution for espionage and even death to scare him away from going public; he tells DailyMail.com now: ‘At the risk of sounding paranoid, I do always have a suspicion that someone is monitoring me – it’s something that is difficult to get out of my mind’
Corbell tells DailyMail.com: ‘If this story’s true, it is probably the most important UFO story in human history, because it reveals the truth: That we have not only been in contact with other extremely advanced, technologically intelligent [beings] … but that we have physical craft. We have machines from these other entities’
By showcasing Lazar’s daily life – his day job, his friends and family, the overall ordinariness of it nowadays – Corbell says, he hopes viewers will get to the heart of who Lazar truly is.
‘If you have a profound message, if you have a deep idea, it is a tactic of warfare … do divert people from a message or divert people from looking at something important,’ the filmmaker tells DailyMail.com. ‘You dehumanize the messenger, and that is precisely what people have done to Bob Lazar unchallenged, almost unchallenged.’
He adds: ‘For three decades, they tried to dehumanize him – fake news – and they tried to distort his story. What you’re seeing in the film is his daily life; that is his life, that’s his wife of 18 years. Does she believe him? Does he lie to his wife? Does he lie to his mom? Who are the people around him? This is a real guy with real people in his life.’
It’s a view shared by Knapp, an award-winning and well-known Nevada television reporter and personality.
‘What has always been missing is the human element,’ he tells DailyMail.com. ‘That is what the new film provides. It allows us to see Bob Lazar as an actual person, instead of a UFO punching bag who has been subjected to nearly three decades of accusations and ridicule.’
Corbell says: ‘If this story’s true, it is probably the most important UFO story in human history, because it reveals the truth: That we have not only been in contact with other extremely advanced, technologically intelligent [beings] … but that we have physical craft. We have machines from these other entities.’
He adds: ‘The most important part about all of this is that there are two generations of human beings who were born after Bob Lazar first came forward, and this is their chance to engage this material where they have never seen it before.
‘So millions of people, yes, will be introduced to the Bob Lazar story, but these millions of people are living in a different world than we lived in in 1989,’ he says, citing the DoD admission of UFO studies, which ‘totally sheds a different light on the Bob Lazar story.’
Corbell says: ‘For the last three decades, Bob Lazar’s critics have been holding the mic – and it’s time to take the mic back.’
And giving that ‘mic’ to Lazar now broadcasts the same extraordinary yet insistent assertions he made nearly 30 years ago, delivered in the same steady, scientific voice of a man who’s barely aged a day since he caused a media firestorm. It also gives him a chance to say a bit more with the benefit of hindsight and advances that have been made in the intervening years.
‘I’m certain research continues involving the working of the alien craft and technology – somewhere in the USA, but I do have to wonder, what other projects Government entities might be involved with along the same lines,’ Lazar says.
A NASA scientist says intelligent aliens may have already visited Earth - but claims humans would not have noticed due to their 'extremely tiny' size.
Silvano P. Colombano says the extra-terrestrials would have looked hugely different to the carbon-based organisms currently roaming our planet.
He says that 'super intelligent' aliens would posses technology that humans cannot even imagine, and may have capable of interstellar space-travel.
It comes as NASA scans the universe for civilisations as prat of its 'Search for extraterrestrial intelligence' (SETI) programme.
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Silvano P. Colombano, who works in NASA's Intelligent Systems Division, believes we could have missed alien life,as it could be very different from the traditional carbon based life humanity is used to. Pictured, a classic 'flying saucer.
Dr Colombano told Califoria's SETI-backed Decoding Alien Intelligence Workshop back in March that scientists need to broaden their idea of what an extra-terrestrial would like like.
'I simply want to point out the fact that the intelligence we might find and that might choose to find us (if it hasn't already) might not be at all be produced by carbon based organisms like us,' his report read.
He added that scientists must 're-visit even our most cherished assumptions', which has implications for everything from an alien's lifespan to its height.
'The size of the 'explorer' might be that of an extremely tiny super-intelligent entity,' he says.
He believes scientists are too focused on pursuing signs of modern human technology on other planets.
This could mean missing signals of a civilisation inhabiting a planet far older than Earth, Dr Colombano argues.
Our inability to comprehend how such a planet would look might even mean that we miss any signs of its existence.
A pair of Australian radio telescopes pointed at the same spot in the sky have revealed new clues on the nature of mysterious signals known as fast radio bursts. The ASKAP managed to detect several fast radio bursts during its observation (artist's impression). However, one expert warned that radio waves could be out of date.
He said: 'Considering further that technological development in our civilisation started only about 10K years ago and has seen the rise of scientific methodologies only in the past 500 years, we can surmise that we might have a real problem in predicting technological evolution even for the next thousand years, let alone 6 Million times that amount!'
He also warned that fast radio bursts currently being analysed could be out of date and called for 'speculative physics' grounded in solid theories but 'with some willingness to stretch possibilities as to the nature of space-time and energy' and to 'consider the UFO phenomenon worthy of study'.
The space expert also claimed not every UFO sighting can be 'explained or denied'.
WHAT ARE FAST RADIO BURSTS AND WHY DO WE STUDY THEM?
Fast radio bursts, or FRBs, are radio emissions that appear temporarily and randomly, making them not only hard to find, but also hard to study.
The mystery stems from the fact it is not known what could produce such a short and sharp burst.
This has led some to speculate they could be anything from stars colliding to artificially created messages.
Scientists searching for fast radio bursts (FRBs) that some believe may be signals sent from aliens may be happening every second. The blue points in this artist's impression of the filamentary structure of galaxies are signals from FRBs
The first FRB was spotted, or rather 'heard' by radio telescopes, back in 2001 but wasn't discovered until 2007 when scientists were analysing archival data.
But it was so temporary and seemingly random that it took years for astronomers to agree it wasn't a glitch in one of the telescope's instruments.
Researchers from the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics point out that FRBs can be used to study the structure and evolution of the universe whether or not their origin is fully understood.
A large population of faraway FRBs could act as probes of material across gigantic distances.
This intervening material blurs the signal from the cosmic microwave background (CMB), the left over radiation from the Big Bang.
A careful study of this intervening material should give an improved understanding of basic cosmic constituents, such as the relative amounts of ordinary matter, dark matter and dark energy, which affect how rapidly the universe is expanding.
FRBs can also be used to trace what broke down the 'fog' of hydrogen atoms that pervaded the early universe into free electrons and protons, when temperatures cooled down after the Big Bang.
A former defence minister has accused world leaders of concealing the presence of aliens.
Paul Hellyer, who was a Canadian minister from 1963 to 1967, is now urging world powers to release what he believes to be hidden data on UFOs.
'Much of the media won't touch [the documents]', he said during a keynote speech at the Disclosure Canada Tour at the University of Calgary.
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A former defence minister has accused world leaders of concealing aliens. Paul Hellyer, who was a Canadian minister from 1963 to 1967, is urging world powers to release what he believes to be hidden data on UFOs
'You just have to keep working away and hope that someday you get a critical mass,' he said, according to a report by CTV.
'[The public] will say, in one way or another, "Mr President or Mr Prime Minister we want the truth and we want it now because it affects our lives."'
Hellyer, 91, first went public with his belief in aliens on Earth in 2005, becoming the first high ranking politician to do so.
He claims that the aliens have 'been visiting our planet for thousands of years' and are unimpressed with how we live.
'We spend too much time fighting each other, we spend too much money on military expenditures and not enough on feeding the poor and looking after the homeless and sick,' he said.
In this image, secretary of defense at the time, Robert McNamara (right) talks at the pentagon, in Washington with his Canadian counterpart, Paul Hellyer (left), in 1963. Hellyer is the first high ranking politician to publicly state that aliens are real
Last year, the former Canadian defence minister declared on Russian TV that aliens are walking among us.
But he said they are refusing to share their advanced technologies until we change our polluting and warring ways.
SOME OF PAUL HELLYER'S MORE OUTLANDISH CLAIMS ON ALIENS
Most aliens come from other star systems, although there are some living on Venus, Mars and Saturn’s moon.
There have been four species of aliens visiting our planet for thousands of years.
There are between two and twelve total species of aliens (although some place the number closer to 80).
Some look just like humans, while others appear more like the creatures portrayed in popular culture.
Most alien species have benevolent intentions toward humanity, although a handful have ulterior motives.
One alien species, known as the 'Tall Whites' is working with the U.S. Air Force in Nevada and has been known to pass for humans in public.
The 'federation' of alien species has vowed not to intervene in human affairs unless they are invited to.
The federation is disappointed in the way humans have treated the planet.
Alien technology is far more advanced, but has given us LED lights, microchips and Kevlar vests.
He told Russia Today's program SophieCo there are 80 different species of extra-terrestrials some of whom 'look just like us and they could walk down the street and you wouldn't know if you walked past one.'
In the bizarre interview, Hellyer made a series of pronouncements about aliens which grew increasingly outlandish and sounded closer to the plot of Star Trek.
'We have a long history of UFOs and of course there has been a lot more activity in the last few decades since we invented the atomic bomb,' he said.
'They are very concerned about that and that we might use it again, because the whole cosmos as a unity, and it affects not just us but other people in the cosmos.
'They are very much afraid that we might be stupid enough to start using atomic weapons again.'
However Hellyer told SophieCo that most of the aliens want to help rather than destroy us.
'I would say that nearly all are benign and benevolent and they do want to help us, there may be one or two species which do not,' he said.
Hellyer believes aliens are responsible for some of our modern technology including the microchip, LED light and Kevlar vest, he said.
He says he has never met an alien, but has seen a UFO near his cabin on Ontario's Lake Muskoka.
Hellyer described several types of aliens including 'Tall Whites' who are working with the U.S. air force in Nevada.-
'They're able to get away with that; they had a couple of their ladies dressed as nuns go into Las Vegas to shop and they weren't detected,' he claimed.
Another group of aliens are called 'Short Greys' who have very slim arms and legs and are about five feet high with large heads.
A third group are called 'Nordic Blondes' and Hellyer said that if you meet one you'd probably say, 'I wonder if she's from Denmark or somewhere.'
Hellyer's claims are likely to fuel conspiracy theorists who often look at Nasa images for evidence of aliens. This image was taken by Mercury-Redstone 1A on December 19, 1960. 'It's actually the Earth in the background and the UFO is in space observing the Mercury capsule,' Scott Waring recently claimed
If you want a definitive answer on the question of whether aliens have visited Earth, would you ask a politician, an astronaut, a philosopher, your neighbor who claims he’s an abductee or a NASA scientist? If you picked that last one but you don’t know any NASA scientists, we bring you Silvano P. Colombano, a computer scientist at NASA Ames Research Center in California who says he believes they’ve already been here … we just didn’t recognize them.
“I simply want to point out the fact that the intelligence we might find and that might choose to find us (if it hasn’t already) might not be at all be produced by carbon based organisms like us.”
In a new paper entitled “New Assumptions to Guide Seti Research,” Professor Colombano posits that extraterrestrials may not fit our conventional wisdom … or even our unconventional wisdom. Beyond being composed of something other than carbon, he proposes that beings who have the ability to travel long distances to get here may have lifespans far longer than ours, so that the ones who left their planet many light years away are the same ones who landed here. Not only that, the idea that they’re about our size (so we can put the benevolent ones on our bikes and punch out the evil ones) may not hold either.
“Our typical life-spans would no longer be a limitation (although even these could be dealt with multi-generational missions or suspended animation), and the size of the ‘explorer’ might be that of an extremely tiny super-intelligent entity.”
Is Colombano just thinking outside of the space box or does he know something about aliens that we don’t? It sounds more like he knows there’s something there and he wants both the scientific community and the general public to work together to get beyond our current assumptions so that we can see them.
“In the very large amount of “noise” in UFO reporting there may be “signals” however small, that indicate some phenomena that cannot be explained or denied. If we adopt a new set of assumptions about what forms of higher intelligence and technology we might find, some of those phenomena might fit specific hypotheses, and we could start some serious enquiry.”
Getting beyond the “noise” – that sounds like what many in the ufology field have been calling for lately. To accomplish this, Colombano believes the scientific community must accept the possibility of interstellar travel and the public must look beyond the “hoaxes, mistaken perceptions or even psychotic events in UFO phenomena.” Psychotic events? Does he have a certain rock star in mind?
While Colombano’s field is SETI, he recommends that his fellow scientists consider “speculative physics” that “stretch possibilities as to the nature of space-time and energy.” He also wants sociologists to speculate on new societies and how they might communicate with us … not to mention how we might communicate with them.
That all sounds great and it’s highly unusual to be coming from a NASA scientist, but in order to keep from getting lumped into pseudoscience or “psychotic events,” we need a catchy slogan that everyone can latch onto and put on a T-shirt to wear at “talk to the aliens” rallies. Colombano has the perfect candidate:
“Find the signal in the noise.”
As Sally sang in “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown,” that’s my new philosophy. Scientists, ufologists and people looking for alien life forms on Earth … the rest is up to you.
Alien Abductee Discloses How Jinn, Shadow People and Men in Black Are Connected (Video)
Alien Abductee Discloses How Jinn, Shadow People and Men in Black Are Connected (Video)
Djinn have also been described as forms of shadow beings, ghosts, demons, inter-dimensional beings.The most popular explanation seems to be that they are some sort of other-dimensional beings whose dimension of origin occasionally overlaps with ours, which is said to explain their ethereal appearance and fleeting nature. As with most entities there is no logical or scientifically valid explanation. These beings are in violation of generally accepted scientific principles.
Simon Parkes is a multiple contactee with Reptilian and Mantid type aliens djinn. He goes into great detail about these beings in a unique and informative presentation.
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The strange and bizarre claims of alien abduction by “Mr. Wladyslaw S.” from the Legnica area of Poland comes to the wider UFO community courtesy of Polish UFO researcher, Grzegorz Domanski. In fact, this was not a case of a single close encounter experience. There are several abductions that the witness is aware of. What’s more, these stretch over a decade, at least. Furthermore, as intriguing as the claims of abductions are in their own right, some of the most interesting aspects of this case revolve around the transferring of data to Wladyslaw through some advanced telepathic method. It would also produce potential physical evidence of Wladyslaw’s exposure to these apparently advanced extraterrestrial entities.
While the case is not one that is particularly well-known, it is one that would appear to fit many of the signs of recurring alien abductions. Abductions that further investigation often reveals strange activity going back to childhood. And in some cases, that appears to run through entire families, stretching back generations. What we know of Wladyslaw’s encounters are through meticulous recollection sessions with Domanski. He is, according to the UFO researcher, weary of undergoing hypnotic regression for fear of how it might “affect his psyche”, which perhaps tells how draining, overwhelming, and terrifying these experiences, if they are indeed accurate, really must be.
Missing Time, Intense Dreams, And Malfunctioning Electrics
The case of Wladyslaw S. was actually brought to Domanski’s attention by his aunt, who had dealings with the witness in question when she helped him rent a business property to operate his shop from. From this, they would become close friends. Close enough for him to share these most bizarre experiences with her. Wladyslaw was actually aware of his abduction for around eighteen months before the intervention of his friend which put him in touch with Domanski. The initial interview would take place in his aunt’s flat.
Wladyslaw would claim that in the late-1980s, he began to notice significant episodes of missing time. Entire windows of several hours for which he simply had no memory. At the same time, he also began to experience bizarre and intense dreams involving strange aerial craft. Crafts that he or anyone else would describe as a “UFO”. He would often awake from these dreams with drops of blood on his pillow. This could suggest a nose bleed – a particularly ominous sign when combined with other symptoms such as missing time and strange dreams. And a detail that many alien abductees often recall.
Even stranger was the bizarre electrical phenomenon suddenly taking place in his home. He would “activate” electrical appliances simply by walking past them. Similarly, other electronics would suddenly fail in his presence. In short, even to someone with little experience of alien abductions or strange phenomena, it was obvious something extraordinary was taking place.
Abductions Experienced From An “Abnormal State Of Mind!”
After speaking with Wladyslaw at length, it was clear that his memories of the incidents were partial, at best. He could, for example, remember details from one incident, and then something completely different from another. He would also state that some of the encounters were experienced from “an abnormal state of mind”. This is a particularly interesting detail and one we have seen in several other apparent abduction encounters where the abductee would show signs of an out-of-body-experience.
Domanski, though, was able to recreate a typical timeline of what appeared to be regularly recurring abductions. Missing time episodes would usually occur a little after 6 pm when Wladyslaw was driving home from work. In a bizarre an unnerving change of events, Wladyslaw would suddenly find himself stood in a field near his home. Overhead a huge craft would hover. It was an oblong-shaped craft with several prominent blue lights on the underside. As he would look upwards in awe and fear, a large beam of light suddenly emerged from the craft. It would make its way down to him in a second.
His next memory is of finding himself in a “small, oval room filled with pale dim blue light”. Then, without seeing them appear, two strange entities are on either side of him. Both adorn a “blue, glimmering metallic jacket” as well as a cloak with a hood and a rectangle visor. As they moved, they appeared to glide “as if they had wheels on their heels”. He also realizes he is paralyzed and unable to move. Perhaps bizarrely, he doesn’t feel any desire to.
The Round Room And The “Superior” Voice!
Another change of surroundings would appear to follow as he would find himself guided down a long corridor. The familiar soft blue lighting illuminating the long walkway. It opens out into a larger, round room. Inside the room was a plethora of gadgets and instruments. He couldn’t, however, recall any of them in any specific detail, other than many of them appear to be attached to the walls, themselves awash in the blue glow.
In the middle of the room stood a chair, similar to a dentist’s char but much more “rounded”. He would sit in it. His memories were hazy on the details that followed, but he would recall the strange entities approaching him several times. Each had one device or another with them and appeared to be performing a specific test or examination. One clear memory he did have, though, is that every time the creatures made physical contact with him, “their touch was piercing”.
Suddenly, a small tray would make its way towards him, as if floating in the air. He can’t explain why, but he would raise his arms and place his hands, outstretched with palms down, on to the shining board. Then, a voice appears inside his head. “Don’t be afraid” the voice states. Wladyslaw has a realization that the owner of the voice is not physically in the room. He also realizes, though, that he is very much in charge of the situation unfolding around him. And furthermore, is “superior” to the other entities in the room.
The voice orders him to turn his hands over so his palms are facing upwards. He would do so. The next thing he realizes, the “examination” is over.
An Uploading Of “Subconscious Stimulation!”
Wladyslaw would then recall receiving a flood of information ranging from global politics and the consequences of their decisions, ecological information, and a general wide-ranging surge of knowledge about life and the human existence. He would describe this information almost as an upload of data. No voice spoke to him, physically or in his mind. And no actual words entered his head. It was much more akin to a “subconscious stimulation” that brought about a sudden “knowing”. Like an extremely intense moment of clarity. At the same time, and in a similar way (in that there was nothing specific to see) a series of “3-dimensional images” appeared in the back of his memory.
The next thing he knew, he was back in the field. The huge craft now gone. He would walk to his home, and simply retire to bed. Too exhausted to examine the episode. Although he would, on occasion, have vague memories of his experiences the following morning, these memories would quickly fade in detail. Most mornings he would find his car, if not outside his home, then at least nearby. However, several times he couldn’t locate his vehicle only to find it parked outside his shop. This would suggest that, at least sometimes, he was abducted before he had even started his journey home.
At one stage, when they first began, these apparent abductions would happen on an almost weekly basis. However, they would soon begin to happen less and less. Going from weekly, to monthly, to several times a year, and then with an apparent gap of two or three years at a time. At the time of informing Domanski of his encounters, he hadn’t, at least to his conscious mind’s knowledge, experienced and abduction for several years.
There might, though, be a chilling reason.
“Mental Abduction” And Influence From Afar?
One particular morning after an encounter the previous evening, he would notice a small scar on his inner thumb. Underneath this tiny mark was a “mustard-seed sized protrusion” just under the skin. He couldn’t recall ever noticing it before that morning. It is Wladyslaw’s belief that alien entities have “tagged” him with some kind of highly advanced technological implant.
Perhaps unnerving was Wladyslaw’s response when asked if he had made any attempts to remove the apparent device. He would state that if he did so “they would be displeased”. Furthermore, they would find another “more unpleasant way” to keep track and interact with him should he remove it. Whether these were just his own assumptions or the result of more “subconscious programming” is open to debate.
As well as being able to track him with this implant, Wladyslaw would theorize that it might even allow these strange visitors access to his mind from afar. Perhaps they could implant more knowledge? Or even influence his actions? It is certainly an interesting thought. As we have examined previously, numerous implants have been recovered worldwide, particularly in the United States. Might these be more than mere tracking devices? Might they indeed, as Wladyslaw suggests, enable the intelligence behind them to control those of us who house one without the need for physical interaction?
Just to take this one stage further, as rampant speculation as it is, if we subscribe to the idea of a human-alien conspiracy for ultimate control of the planet and of the human race, might this be behind the drive to “implant employees” on a mass scale that appears to grow louder by the day from politicians and business leaders?
It is certainly food for thought. The video below looks at some examples of alien implants.
In the newly releasedDecember edition of the MUFON Journal, the first detailed analysis of a leaked 47 page Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) document is published, offering the startling conclusion that it is authentic.The DIA documentprovides a broad overview of the official history of extraterrestrial contact with Earth, and credits the beginning of the modern UFO era with the Colorado Springs radio transmissions of Nikola Tesla, which led to extraterrestrials sending interstellar craft to investigate. This culminated in flying saucer crash incidents such as Roswell (1947) and Aztec (1948), and the establishment of formal diplomatic relations with a human looking group of extraterrestrials during the Eisenhower administration.
The MUFON Journal article’s author, Dr. Robert Wood, is the world’s foremost authenticator when it comes to the controversial Majestic Documents. These are leaked documents concerning the activities of Operation Majestic 12, which was formally set up in September 1947 to manage the UFO/extraterrestrial issue. A former aerospace engineer with McDonnell Douglas whose career spanned 43 years, Dr. Wood began his investigation and authentication of the Majestic Documents in 1995 with his son, Ryan.
In his article, which is titled “Forty-Seven Pages From the DIA: Why Should We Care?”, Dr. Wood gives a succinct overview of the 47 pages of the leaked DIA document:
Basically, there are five parts of intellectual content: (1) objective, history and organization of MJ-12; (2) details of the 1947 Roswell crash recovery; (3) details of the 1948 Aztec crash recovery; (4) condensed conversations with the Aztec EBE; and (5) issue of the national security or the risk of cultural upheaval, together with diplomatic and cultural exchanges during the 70s and 80s visiting some of EBE’s worlds.
For a more detailed breakdown of the document’s contents, see my previous articles analyzing these (here and here).
In the leaked 1989 DIA document, Dr. Wood finds a number of reasons that point to its authenticity and why it is an error to simply dismiss it as many UFO researchers have done to date. His detailed analysis of the typing, spelling mistakes, signatures, patents referenced, individuals mentioned, etc., in the document lead to his conclusion that it was a briefing dictated by a member of the Majestic 12 group to two typists. They typed up the 47 pages, a copy of which was preserved on microfilm by the DIA as Dr. Wood explained:
If one contemplates why there were so many errors made in a document officially recorded on a microfilm, and you pronounce the word or phrase on the left and look at the correct one on the right, usually they sound essentially the same. This would be consistent with the document having been created as a result of taking dictation and having two different typists implement the words on paper…
This would be consistent with MJ-12 (stated in this case to be individual MJ-1) having dictated a one-time entry-level summary for the new person, since one apparently was not available from prior written records at the time of the alleged briefing.
The DIA document’s cover page refers to itself as a “preliminary briefing” created by the Defense Intelligence Agency’s Office of Counter Intelligence, on January 8, 1989. The full title of the briefing package is “Assessment of the Situation/Statement of Position on Unidentified Flying Objects”, and it is addressed to the Office of the President.
The natural assumption to make is that the briefing was intended for President Elect George Bush, the Vice President at the time and winner of the 1988 Presidential election. However, by analyzing the only signature appearing on the DIA document, Dr. Wood concludes the briefing was actually intended for a distinguished astrophysicist at MIT, Dr. Philip Morrison:
This is the only signature on the document, and the first question might be whether it was the entry level person being briefed or the briefer. It seems much more reasonable that it was the person being briefed
Dr. Morrison began his career as a nuclear physicist who worked on the Manhattan Project and then moved his area of expertise to astrophysics to express his disapproval of the nuclear arms race. He became famous for popular books and documentaries dealing with astrophysics, and continued to be a Professor at MIT. In 1987, Dr. Morrison was the host of a six-part miniseries for PBS called “The Ring of Truth” which examined a number of astrophysics topics.
There is important circumstantial evidence that the DIA document was a briefing dictated by the head of Majestic-12 to Dr. Morrison. In his MUFON article, Dr. Wood mentions that Dr. Morrison was on friendly terms with Carl Sagan, who some believe replaced Dr. Robert Menzel as a member of the Majestic-12 Committee upon the latter’s retirement and/or death in December 1976:
Philip Morrison was a very distinguished professor, who was a protégé of Oppenheimer and very likely was “in the know” on security issues, although I have no evidence of this. There is evidence, however, that he was very collegial with Carl Sagan during his career, helping to arrange a [UFO] symposium at the conclusion of the Colorado study in Boston.
Menzel had been named as MJ-10 on the Eisenhower Briefing document. In his book, Top Secret/MAJIC, veteran UFO researcher Stanton Friedman provided detailed evidence that Dr. Menzel was indeed a member of the Majestic 12 Committee, even though he wrote several books debunking the UFO phenomenon.
He is best known for his popular astronomy books such as Field Guide to the Stars and Planets(1964). Either prior to or shortly after Menzel’s death, the Majestic 12 Committee was looking for an astronomer/astrophysicist that could replace him. The replacement would have to have a firm scientific grounding in astronomy/astrophysics, broad public outreach, and have received Menzel’s recommendation prior to his death.
Dr. Sagan fit the bill with his scientific pedigree while a Fellow at Berkeley University when his work on NASA missions to Venus and Mars received widespread scientific recognition. Most importantly, his scientific work came to the attention of Dr. Menzel, who arranged for Sagan to be given an Assistant Professor position at Harvard University (1963-1968). Sagan moved to Cornell University, after he was denied tenure at Harvard, ironically due to the growing popularity of his generalist approach to science. Nevertheless, Menzel remained a firm supporter of Sagan.
Sagan achieved celebrity status through his popular books and documentaries, including his award winning Cosmos which aired on PBS in 1980 and was seen by 500 million people across 60 countries. If a position was reserved on the Majestic 12 Committee for a leading astronomer/astrophysicist with outreach to a global audience through popular books and television documentaries, and the approval of the previous position holder, then Sagan was the natural replacement for Menzel.
Similarly, by January 1989, when the Majestic 12 Group was looking for a replacement or an alternate to Dr. Sagan, due to impending retirement (he had likely been in the position since at least 1976) or some other reason (Sagan died on December 20, 1996), Dr. Morrison was a solid choice given his scientific pedigree, broad public outreach, and prior friendly relationship with Sagan. This is important circumstantial evidence in support of the authenticity of the DIA briefing document.
Also, the fact that the 1989 document was merely a briefing dictated by the head of the Majestic 12 Group for a new member taking up Dr. Sagan’s position, meant that not that much in the way of resources would have gone into preparing the briefing document.
The ad hoc nature in which the document was assembled, helps explain the notable security marking inconsistencies, spelling errors, cut and pasting of different documents together, etc., as many critics have pointed out.
In his MUFON article, Dr. Wood concludes in favor for the authenticity of the leaked 1989 DIA document with a number of compelling reasons despite its multiple errors. By identifying Dr. Morrison as the recipient of the briefing, rather than Vice President (President-Elect) Bush, Dr. Wood has provided the means of corroborating the document’s authenticity. Was Dr. Morrison being briefed as Dr. Sagan’s replacement on the MJ-12 Committee due to the latter’s retirement as a result of coming up to some kind of term limit due to his 13 years or more service as MJ-10?
As I mentioned in previous articles supporting the authenticity of the DIA document, its contents contain a wealth of information on topics such as the 1948 Aztec UFO crash; diplomatic relations between the Eisenhower administration and alien life; the role of Nikola Tesla in starting the modern UFO era; and the fact that human looking extraterrestrial are friendly and have been secretly living among humanity for decades.
Dr. Wood has performed a very valuable public service in authenticating the 1989 DIA document, opening the door to further close study of its rich contents and significant exopolitical implications.
Is Russia Hiding An Underwater Extraterrestrial Civilization?
Is Russia Hiding An Underwater Extraterrestrial Civilization?
According to a very controversial theory during the era of the Soviet Union, there was a peculiar submarine activity in Russia that involved a hidden underwater extraterrestrial civilization. Apparently, the Russian officials decided to keep these issues as a top-secret. However, two researchers, Paul Stonehill and Phillip Mantle have determined to put two and two together and finally resolve the mystery.
As a subject of their inquiry, these two researchers took the secrecy that revolves around an underwater extraterrestrial civilization that was allegedly confirmed by a large number of witnesses.
Stonehill and Mantle connected the peculiar events to some passenger aircraft produced by underwater UFO movements.
Then again, eyewitnesses have reported seeing unusual creatures and objects in the sea. Among the most fascinating accounts is the one of Major General V. Demyanenko, a Russian navy commander. According to him, he and his divers detected a type of humanoid aliens who were famous as the ‘swimmers’.
Supposedly, these three-meters-high beings appeared from an underwater tunnel in the Russian territory of Siberia. They also had silver uniforms and round helmets.
Despite the attempts of capturing one of the creatures, the divers failed because all of the creatures protected themselves with a very strong power.
The two researchers also investigated the story of the head of the intelligence department of Russia on a fleet of the Pacific. Namely, Admiral Domislovsky reported seeing a 900 meters long object in the ocean. Stonehill and Mantle further investigated many reports by other ex-military commanders. All of them involved an alleged underwater extraterrestrial civilization within the infamous Bermuda Triangle.
Mantle stated this is not the first time he has heard stories about a supernatural activity surrounding the Atlantic Ocean.
However, the theory which explains the weird occurrences around the Bermuda Triangle is often dismissed by the official domain. Why? We still don’t know.
Area 51 Scientist Reveals On Deathbed: UFOs Are Real & Aliens Work For US Government
Area 51 Scientist Reveals On Deathbed: UFOs Are Real & Aliens Work For US Government
A top aerospace Area 51 scientist who died this summer blew the whistle of multiple unbelievable details. According to him, UFOs are real and as a matter of fact, the people who now work in the US government are the aliens that traveled back here in their flying saucers. While being on deathbed, this scientist gave a strange interview in which he claims to have confidential information about the US government’s UFO program
Boyd Bushman is a scientist who worked for Lockheed-Martin, Hughes Aircraft and many other famous companies. His career is as long as 40 years and his prominence relies on many awards he won within the years.
Other reports even attribute him to developing the Stinger missile, the shoulder-fired surface-to-air missile which was part of multiple conflicts in the past 30 years.
Although Bushman died the last August. However, while on his deathbed, he presented an eerie interview which went viral on YouTube with over 1 million views.
The notoriety of the video shouldn’t surprise you at all. Basically, all the things he talks about have a speculative yet mysterious nature which can easily attract the human mind.
In the video, Bushman tells his story of being a top-secret worker. His duty was to ‘reverse engineer’ UFO technology for employment by the United States military. However, the claims he states reach even a much more radical level.
Bushman also demonstrates numerous photos of UFOs and aliens who died in the infamous Area 51 military base in Nevada desert.
Area 51 was established in 1955 to be a trial territory for the most classified project of that time, the U2 spy plane. Ever since then, this place remained to be one of the most cloak-and-dagger military investigation plants.
Given the secretive nature of the technology behind the walls of Area 51, this base has undergone a series of conspiracies. Mostly, the theories incorporate UFOs and otherworldly beings as captives that rest in this area.
From time to time, new people who claim to know hidden data from the area emerge to tell incredible stories. These accounts often involve details of UFO research projects that are occurring in this facility.
Many of the insiders don’t have a confirmed trustworthiness. But, in comparison, Bushman’s disclosures seem to offer a larger credibility because he came forward a little before he died.
One of his assertions was that the aliens inside Area 51 came from a planet known as Quintumnia. Furthermore, he said they have an incredible technology system which allows them to arrive here in only 45 days.
He described their flying saucers measure around 38 feet across. But, most likely, the most shocking claim was that 18 of the aliens are 250 years old and work for the U.S. government.
Is Bushman telling the truth that will change the viewpoint of humankind? Or he was just an old person who lost his mind or wanted to gain fame? Watch the bizarre interview and tell us your opinion.
A few years back, archeologists discovered pre-historic paintings dated back to 10,000 years that depicted aliens and unidentified flying objects (UFO). These rock paintings discovered in Charama, India soon became a hot topic among extraterrestrial buffs, and many people considered it an authentic proof of alien existence.
Humans knew what was happening on space
Now, a team of researchers at the University of Edinburgh has spotted another set of ancient cave paintings which made many experts believe that early humans were aware of astronomy. The cave paintings supposedly more than 40,000 years old were discovered at various sites across Europe, and they suggest that ancient humans used to keep track of time using the knowledge of how the position of the stars slowly changes over thousands of years.
Researchers who took part in this study revealed that symbols depicted in the caves are actually constellations, and they were used to represent dates and mark catastrophic events like asteroid hits. If the speculations of these researchers are right, ancient people were well aware of the effects which happen on earth due to its gradual shift of rotational axis.
"Early cave art shows that people had advanced knowledge of the night sky within the last ice age. Intellectually, they were hardly any different to us today. These findings support a theory of multiple comet impacts over the course of human development, and will probably revolutionize how prehistoric populations are seen," said Martin Sweatman, a researcher at the University of Edinburgh and the lead author of the study, Eurekalert.org reports.
Conspiracy theorists speculate alien angle
Soon after the discovery of these European cave paintings, conspiracy theorists soon jumped to the conclusion that aliens from deep space have direct involvement in teaching ancient humans about astronomy and space. As per these conspiracy theorists, aliens have been visiting the earth for hundreds of thousands of years, and depiction of these extraterrestrial beings on Indian caves is a strong sign of their existence.
Conspiracy theorists argue that ancient aliens which visited earth were often called 'Starmen' by humans. Due to their impeccable advancement in technology, humans often misunderstood them as Gods, and some section of people even started worshipping these extraterrestrial visitors.
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