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Has Official Evidence Of Extraterrestrial/Alien Life Already Been Discovered?

Updated on March 17, 2015
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Marc Hubs is a writer/researcher on mind, science, and conspiracy. He is the author of "Know Your Enemy: Reflections of NPD."

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Evidence Of Alien Life?

According to a new paper published in the Journal of Cosmology and written by Chandra Wickramasinghe, the Director of the Buckingham Centre for Astrobiology at the University of Buckingham, a meteorite first found in Sri Lanka in 2012 offers the world's first official and conclusive fossilized evidence of extraterrestrial/alien life.

Whilst Wickramasinghe initially received ridicule and skepticism over his claims, Cardiff University went on to confirm that the samples were "unequivocally meteorites", that algae-like fossils were native to the meteorite and that they did not originate on Earth. The research was carried out alongside researchers from School of Mathematics at Cardiff University and researchers from the Medical Research Institute in Colombo, Sri Lanka.

According to the researchers, “the presence of structures of this kind in any extraterrestrial setting could be construed as unequivocal proof of biology” and “a microstructure and morphology characteristic of a wide class of terrestrial diatoms" was discovered.

Wickramasinghe originally co-developed the theory of panspermia, along with Sir Fred Hoyle - a theory which suggests that life was seeded throughout the universe originating from asteroids and meteors.

In a 2012 paper co-authored by Wickramasinghe he wrote:

"Theories of the origin of life have been more constrained than other scientific theories and hypotheses in this regard, through the force of social and cultural pressures. There has been a tendency to adhere too rigidly to a class of theory that demands a purely terrestrial origin of life. For nearly five decades evidence in favour of a non-terrestrial origin of life and panspermia has accumulated which has not been properly assessed. A point has now been reached that demands the serious attention of biologists to a possibly transformative paradigm shift of the question of the origin of life."

Alien Plankton & Bacteria?

Subsequent to the discovery, scientists in Cheshire, England claimed that they had retrieved alien bacteria from 27-km into the stratosphere, which had returned on a balloon that they had sent into space. They were convinced that the biological organisms could not have originated on Earth.

According to Professor Wainwright, University of Sheffield’s Department of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology:

"We're very, very confident that these are biological entities originating from space."

Further to these two potential discoveries of evidence of extraterrestrial life, it was also announced recently that Russian cosmonauts had found a form of plankton, surviving on the outside of the International Space Station (ISS), proving that life can indeed survive in much harsher conditions than we originally thought, including in space.

The Russian cosmonauts also received ridicule for claiming that this was further evidence of extraterrestrial life with skeptics claiming that the plankton probably originated on Earth... but what if the skeptics are indeed right about these claims and all these discoveries really did originate on Earth?

Could it be that we ourselves have been unintentionally seeding life in space thereby creating life-forms that could be considered to be alien?

And if so, how will these life-forms evolve over the next few thousand years?

Archeological Evidence?

Furthermore to these three potential discoveries of proof of extraterrestrial life and relating more to the conspiracy side of the coin, in 2011 the Mexican government released ancient Mayan artifacts depicting UFO's and aliens, which had been discovered and kept secret for over eighty years.

These archeological Mayan disks were found by INAH (National Institute of Anthropology and History). According to the highest ranked government official in Mexico to ever speak about alien life, Luis Augusto García Rosado, these artifacts prove that there has been "contact between the Mayans and extraterrestrials, supported by translations of certain codices, which the government has kept secure in underground vaults for some time" and that there are "landing pads in the jungle that are 3,000 years old".

Three main points have been stated about the artifact that you can see on the cover to the video to the right. These three main points are:

  • The artifact depicts Earth and it's magnetosphere as rings.
  • There is an asteroid or comet coming towards Earth.
  • There is an intelligently controlled spacecraft, designed to deflect the comet.

In July 2014, it was announced by Chhattisgarh state department of archaeology and culture that they were seeking assistance from NASA and Isro to research 10,000 year old rock paintings in the Charama region of the Kanker district in tribal Bastar, which depict aliens and UFO's.

Some of the locals there have told stories that were passed on to them by their ancestors, about the small-sized "Rohela people" who allegedly landed in circular flying objects and took a few people away, some of them never to be seen again.

Lunar Anomalies

Although not widely known, NASA had commissioned scientists and researchers to study anomalous activity on the moon over a three-year period. The anomalous activity had been observed on the moon by leading astronomers and scientists from 1540 right up until 1967 and resulted in NASA's "Lunar Anomalies Report" (Technical Report R-277).

During this time, 579 anomalous events had been recorded including lightning being observed and clouds floating over the Sea of Tranquility, suggesting that the moon has an atmosphere (as claimed by people such as Werner Von Braun), as well as the moon being surrounded by a bright white light for over an hour. The "Lunar Anomalies Report" was made public in 1968, one year before Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin set foot on the lunar surface in 1969.

Rather questionably, NASA have remained silent on the issue ever since visiting the moon.

NASA, MIT & Library Of Congress Testify

In December 2013, NASA, MIT and the Library of Congress testified in front of the United States Congress House Committee on Science, Space and Technology to claim that scientists are on the verge of a breakthrough in regards to discovering alien life.

They claimed that such life is highly likely to be discovered within the next 40 years and that extraterrestrial life, when discovered, is just as likely to be intelligent as it is to be microbial. The overall conclusion of the hearing was that extraterrestrial life definitely exists.

A congressional hearing had also been convened in May 2013 after the discovery of three "super-Earths" by the Kepler telescope then in November 2013, NASA announced that as a result of their Kepler mission they had discovered 3,500 potential planets in the Milky Way alone, which included 647 that they believe may be the right distance from their stars to support habitat.

In December 2013, two studies indicated that the Hubble telescope had found water in the atmospheres of five planets outside of our solar system.

Prior to this, in May 2012, a Citizens Hearing on Disclosure had taken place over the course of five days whereby over fifty scientists, government and military officials and researchers testified in front of six former members of US Congress.

In November 2014, 538 video copies of the Citizens Hearing on Disclosure were shipped to all members of the United States Congress. Paradigm Research Group's registered lobbyist, Stephen Bassett, reinstated engagement with US Congress for the first time since the year 2000, with the hopes of establishing new congressional hearings on extraterrestrial phenomena, as part of a three-month effort.

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Alien Microchips?

In November 2014, it was announced that a microchip estimated to date back 450-million years was found in Russia in Labinsk riverside of Hojo, which is located in Kuban.

The microchip was found embedded in a peculiar stone and is extremely similar to the microchips we use today. The microchip was sent for analysis to the "Research Institute of Nanotechnology and new materials of the South Russian State Technical University", who determined the date of the chip.

For anyone that doesn't already know, Colonel Philip J Corso who released the book "The Day After Roswell" in 1997 and died in 1998, claimed that microchips were an alien technology that had been retrieved and reverse-engineered from UFO crashes.

Personally I have researched the supposed official history of the invention of the microchip, which is credited to Robert Noyce and Jack Kilby, and there are some very big holes in the story. I am more inclined to believe Colonel Corso than the official history and this discovery may very well prove him right.


Lockheed's Senior Scientist Leaves Deathbed Confession

Further to the information above, Lockheed-Martin's Senior Scientist, Boyd Bushman, who passed away in August 2014, left a startling video recorded deathbed confession in which he claimed that not only had Lockheed been working on reverse engineering alien technology, but that there are also eighteen extraterrestrials working for the government just in his department alone. Bushman also revealed several close-up photographs of UFO's and humanoid aliens from his very own collection.

Whilst many people may be quick to claim that Bushman was senile and was suffering with dementia, or that he was confused or had been intentionally deceived about the situation, he had actually appeared in a 2007 movie-documentary entitled 'From Here To Andromeda' in which he also spoke about the UFO and alien phenomena whilst he was still in good health.

In 'From Here To Andromeda' Bushman also spoke about the neutrino universe and revealed that the US government didn't have their first functional flying saucer until 1969 and that it was nuclear powered - he also handed over official government documentation to prove it. Bushman also confirmed that the Bob Lazar case was the real deal.

Although skeptics and debunkers have tried to discredit Bushman by claiming that he was not really employed by Lockheed-Martin and/or he was an actor, he does in fact have as many as twenty-seven patents to his name that were filed by lockheed. This can be confirmed at the US government patent office here:

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Alien Image from 1947?

Not only did Boyd Bushman claim to be in possession of photographs of aliens and UFO's, but Roswell UFO researcher, Tom Carey, also claims that he is in possession of an image of an alien entity, which he claims can be genuinely proven to date back to 1947.

If his claims are indeed true, then this will be the first time that any photograph of an alien has been found to date back this far, unlike the faked autopsy videos and photos from the nineties that were produced by Ray Santilli.

Carey claims that the photograph was given to him by a US intelligence officer that was operational during the second world war and that, according to the official Historian of Kodak in Rochester, New York, the images can be verified to genuinely date back to 1947, are not a more recent production and couldn't have been Photoshopped, like images can be today.

The purported original 1947 image depicts a partially dissected alien entity, approximately 4-ft tall, lying in a case, with a severed insect-like head that has had it's insides removed.

So, has official evidence of extraterrestrial life already been discovered?

I'll leave it up to you to decide!

* Sparkster Hubs is the author of the upcoming book, Secrets Behind The UFO Disclosure Movement

© 2014 Marc Hubs


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    • somethgblue profile image


      5 years ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee

      I'm thinking at some point it will be unnecessary because awakened humans and Aliens will make their own contact. Once it becomes common knowledge our whole way of life will change, from energy, transportation, governments, food, health care, reproduction . . . everything.

      We will effectively leave governments behind, nations behind and even whole new spiritual practices will change and I don't see it being that far away, certainly within our life times.

    • sparkster profile imageAUTHOR

      Marc Hubs 

      5 years ago from United Kingdom

      On reflection, I don't think there will ever be an 'official' announcement and I have changed my mind - I do think it would cause mass hysteria. Why? Because if it was announced officially by a world government that aliens exist and a major statement was made, people would start thinking "oh my god, the abductions are really happening" and it would cause them to question all sorts of things.

      There's also the fact of how deep this goes - it's not just about an alien presence but also about what they're up to, what else the government(s) know, whether we've shot down their craft, RFID implants, governments working with aliens, etc. I don't think governments would want the entire world's population to know that there are alien craft surpassing anything we've ever built on Earth flying through our skies, abducting people at will and that there's nothing they can do about it.

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      Lana Adler 

      5 years ago from California

      I just wish it all happened already - Disclosure, apocalypse, the 'shift' - whatever the case may be. The preparation is exhausting. I just want the truth to come out and everything to be out in the open (and certain people will be getting their deserved "told you so"s from me, personally).

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      Nell Rose 

      6 years ago from England

      Yep I totally believe that there is life out there, in the form of microbes etc, how else did we get here? if you think about it, we started out as a flaming ball floating through space, along with all the other debris, so it had to come from somewhere, as for why don't nasa mention it? goodness knows! probably all the religions in the world would start screaming, no, not possible!! lol!

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      6 years ago from United Kingdom

      Very interesting, shared and voted up!

    • sparkster profile imageAUTHOR

      Marc Hubs 

      6 years ago from United Kingdom

      Updated! (a lot!)

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      Marc Hubs 

      6 years ago from United Kingdom

      @NadineMay "What we can imagine we can make real" - now that's a great statement! Personally, I wouldn't find it that shocking, though I'm sure many others would.

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      Nadine May 

      6 years ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

      I go along with Daniel (somethgblue) If more of these kind of discussions are thriving in Cyberspace the better. Humanity MUST wake up and take full responsibility for themselves and for the reality we each experience. What is also very important is to keep a positive and loving outlook on life. Our mind must be fed lots of positive thoughts full of gratitude. What we can imagine we can make real. It's my vision that everything will come in the open for the benefit of all, no matter how shocking it might be. Like the spaceship that is buried underneath the pyramid and the Hall of Records beneath the Sphinx.

      Great post.

    • sparkster profile imageAUTHOR

      Marc Hubs 

      6 years ago from United Kingdom

      Yes, there is a very strong and concerted effort to suppress information available on the internet and so it's down to us to make the information we feel is valuable as widespread as possible. We need to maximize "the Streisand effect" so that efforts at censorship cause the information to become more widespread and not systematically suppressed, just as its down to us to awaken to the reality on this planet and to create our own Utopia - no-one else is going to do it for us.

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      6 years ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee

      Thinking that the internet will be our savior is problematic at best because the amount of censorship on the web is growing and most folks don't even recognize this.

      However as writers, we do because we have to do research to be credible and it is becoming increasingly more difficult to find source material. I read somewhere that all information sources before 1994 are being deleted from the web.

      Sparkster is correct when he says that acknowledging UFOs/Aliens would snowball the conspiracy aspect of society. For instance, recently a inter-dimensional portal or star gate was discovered in the Hall of Records beneath the Sphinx and yet the public hasn't been made aware of this because the Dark Cabal wants to use this device for their own nefarious purposes.

      It is not operational yet because it is being guarded from abuse from the Powers That Be and until it is made public we may never be able to use it to Ascend.

      Hopefully the information will leak out soon . . .

    • sparkster profile imageAUTHOR

      Marc Hubs 

      6 years ago from United Kingdom

      @MizBeJabbers Another reason for the secrecy and denial is because the UFO subject ties in very neatly with many other conspiracy theories. If they did disclose the truth about UFO's, it would also lend a massive amount of credence to other conspiracy theories such as free energy, hollow earth, shadow government/illuminati, the JFK assassination, etc and it's doubtful that they would want all that information being released in one fell swoop - hence the very real need for secrecy.

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      Doris James MizBejabbers 

      6 years ago from Beautiful South

      I don't see how anyone with half a mind could ignore the evidence, but we will always have the hide-bound with us. I think somethingblue has the best explanation about why we are being denied information, but with the Internet, it will be difficult for governments to continue to hide truths from intelligent people. However, the fact that they do this fuels the skepticism of the hide-bound. Very good hub, voted up++

    • somethgblue profile image


      6 years ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee

      Yeah, you know me never a loss for words, sorry about that. Great Hub as always, looking forward to the book.

    • sparkster profile imageAUTHOR

      Marc Hubs 

      6 years ago from United Kingdom

      @somethgblue I think you summed that up pretty well considering you only wrote four paragraphs!

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      Marc Hubs 

      6 years ago from United Kingdom

      @peachpurple No, absolutely not (according to professionals on this topic). That's what they want you to think but this truth is now coming out fast and there is some shocking evidence out there already. The alien/UFO disclosure movement has been stepping up fast over the last few years. The evidence is overwhelming and if it was any other subject the evidence would stand up in a court of law.

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      6 years ago from Home Sweet Home

      great hub, aren't ET aliens, UFO just a myth or legend stories?

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      6 years ago

      Excellent, I will certainly be having a look...thank you sparkster!

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      Marc Hubs 

      6 years ago from United Kingdom

      Thank you Fire8storm!

      You might find some of those questions answered in some of my other articles or in my upcoming UFO book - I've already published the 1st chapter at GoodReads - you can read it for free.

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      6 years ago

      Sparkster - this is a great hub, really very interesting and now I have all sorts of questions wandering around my head. Really does make you think what may have actually been discovered. Thanks for sharing!

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      6 years ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee

      The fear of panic from the public was first introduced to the public back in the 1930s with the infamous War of the Worlds radio broadcast. This was a compromise to then President Roosevelt intention to disclose the Truth to the public about Alien contact.

      His advisors, some say Illuminati operatives, convinced him to do a false flag radio broadcast to determine how the public would react. Then falsified reports of hundreds of people rioting, committing suicide and trying to leave the cities en masse. We now know these reports were exaggerated to convince the White House for the need of secrecy to 'protect' the public and prevent panic and they have been feeding the public that lie ever since.

      This excuse for Full Disclosure has been used for almost a 100 years to prevent the public from recognizing that Alien technology has been and is being used to keep them enslaved to economic greed by the rich elite.

      The Military Industrial Complex, Rich Elite Bankers and Illuminati have been using this technology for stealth planes, free zero point energy propulsion systems, computers, holographic technology, energy weapons (9/11), mind control and a whole host of other technology designed to keep the billions on this planet enslaved to them for at least a century.

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      Marc Hubs 

      6 years ago from United Kingdom

      Nope, it's nothing to do with the fear of panic. It's because they have developed secret technologies by reverse engineering the technology of the extraterrestrials - see the extra information about Boyd Bushman that I've just added to this hub!

      There is also a secret space program which relies on this technology.

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      Bill Holland 

      6 years ago from Olympia, WA

      Interesting discussion. If it had been discovered, I'm not sure what reason the government would have to conceal it. The fear of panic? I'm not all that convinced the world population would panic over such news...but of course, I'm talking about a populace that thought we would all be dead of ebola by now.


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