UFOs exist and the USA is in contact with extra terrestrials

"It is now time to put away this embargo of truth about the alien presence," Edgar D. Mitchell, Apollo 14 Astronaut

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300 Billion Stars in Our Galaxy Alone

Statistically, given the bounds of an (as far as we know) infinite universe, it's more likely that there is life out there, rather than not.

The conditions suitable for life to develop, where a planet is positioned in the habitable zone around a star and where water can exist in its liquid form, are bound to exist more than once, given a galaxy and universe of such magnitude.

And according to the latest research, one in five suns have a habitable world in orbit.


Thinking about the expanse right above our heads, and beneath our feet, is too much for most of us to contemplate on a daily basis – talk about cosmic agoraphobia!

In our galaxy alone, there are estimated to be 300 billion stars - and beyond that, galaxies and galaxies beyond anyone's reckoning....

The problem, are the distances involved. Even if people like you and me were talking about the possibility of life on some distance planet (i.e. us), we would never know, because we would never be able to travel the distance. Ever!

Or have we? Have there already been technologically advanced travelers who've called by?


More planets than stars...

Professor Keith Horne, professor of Astronomy at St Andrews University, explains that they think there are in fact more planets than stars....

http://news.bbc.co.uk/today/hi/today/newsid_9676000/9676378.stm

So for every 300 billionth star, there are several planets. Maybe just like our sun... and our planets.


We like to believe, but we're still not sure...?

There are so many sightings these days.

Just a short trip into YouTube shows many - some are fake, and others, genuinely unexplained.

I personally know two people who've witnessed unexplained objects. One is my mother, who saw a cigar shaped object in the sky over Hampshire, UK, when she was a young adult. It was motionless for a long while, then shot across the sky.

The other was a woman I met who lived in rural France who said the family were terrified by a triangular shaped object that started off in the sky, before descending toward ground level. Suddenly it shot into the sky at an impossible speed. As she spoke of the event, she still spoke of it with a sense of dumbfounded disbelief, and shock.

She was really scared by what she saw. Perhaps because it really broke apart her conception of life/reality.

Why don't they make themselves known properly?

If you watched the above video, part of this common question is obviously answered.

We're an aggressive bunch of people. Stupid, a lot of the time. We're so dumb or lost in intellectual argumentation, that we fail to realize the truth of a Divine Creator. Not that realization of the Divine is a pre-requisite for alien contact, but it would probably help!

We have the gift to do good, we could be caretakers of this world, but instead we destroy it.

We kill, we slaughter each other, we rip the earth to pieces for the sake of profit.

Would you want to drop in and meet us face to face?


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So the final question is...


Why is the Vatican anticipating the arrival of extra terrestrials?

I'll let the readers look that up :-)


It's been a fun hub to write!

I hope you enjoyed it.

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Ericdierker 3 years ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

I like and I am sure that half the time my children and wife think I am Alien..


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Electro-Denizen 3 years ago from Wales, UK Author

Ha! nothing like family to know the truth regarding one of its own...


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cheaptrick 3 years ago from the bridge of sighs

"The surest sign that there is intelligent life in the universe is they've never tried to contact us".~Anonymous~

The show stopper is logic.The level of technology required to cross light years of space would exclude physical craft(If you can bend space...you can teleport)...If aliens have been or are among us,they didn't need ships to get here.That would be the equivalent today of using a "Covered wagon" to go to California.


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Electro-Denizen 3 years ago from Wales, UK Author

Now that quote is pretty amusing, I love it. Physical craft... yes, depends on what one terms physical... I read somewhere that it is conceivable, but that our understanding of light and gravity are insufficient. For example, we know light bends into blackholes, so light is affected by gravity - so could it be that light speedk limit we know of is actually bound by the overall gravity of our solar system? When light leaves a galaxy, does it revert to some infinite speed? Many such questions. The principle thing to understand, is that we don't understand enough... :-))


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cryptid 3 years ago from Earth

The thing I always wonder when its suggested that governments may be contact with ETs is why would they cover it up? If the aliens are friendly, there would be no reason, right? If the USA and and the Zetas were working together in harmony surely we'd know about it one way or another. And with all the progressive politics that go on around the world surely the excuse that people "can't handle it" isn't realistic anymore. So, one chilling possibility is that the aliens aren't friendly at all, that world governments have a very fragile grip on the safety of our planet, and they don't want anyone to know about it. It's possible that Hannibal is at the gates at we don't even know it.


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Electro-Denizen 3 years ago from Wales, UK Author

cryptic it could be...I read somewhere that the US is in contact with some species or other that more evolved UFOs frown on... so that would fit the Hannibal at the gates analogy; but also the fact that there's some kind of governance going on, where the naughty aliens are only allowed a certain margin of action... this kind of talk always sounds so ludicrous! :-))

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