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Nuclear WW3 Between US and Russia Prevented by Aliens

by Jon Austin        February 1, 2018         (express.co.uk)

• Steve Bassett, UFO disclosure lobbyist and founder of the Paradigm Research Group, was recently interviewed on a Russian TV program watched by 120 million viewers. (see 0:00 video below) Basset said that global governments are engaging with extraterrestrials on Earth and keeping it top secret from the public. He believes there is more chance of Russian President Vladimir Putin speaking out about the existence of extraterrestrials than Donald Trump.

• Bassett says that the main reason that alien-controlled UFO’s are here is to prevent us from initiating a major nuclear holocaust. He related that UFOs have been seen hovering over missile silos in both the US and Russia as launch computers were inexplicably shut down. The Russians say that in one instance, the launch sequences began to start up by themselves, then shut down.

• A new theory suggests that in the December 1980 ‘Rendlesham Forest Incident’ (Suffolk, UK), UFOs visited RAF Bentwaters because nuclear weapons were being stored at the US Air Force base.

 

Steve Bassett, founder of the Paradigm Research Group (PRG), is one of the most senior UFO campaigners based in the US, and is the only registered lobbyist in the US on the “aliendisclosure” subject.

Mr Bassett claims global governments are engaging with extraterrestrials on Earth and keeping it top secret from the public.

He believes there is more chance of Russian President Vladimir Putin speaking out than Donald Trump.
Mr Bassett spoke to Natalia Pryguina for Russian TV programme Most Shocking Hypotheses on Ren TV, one of the most watched networks in Russia with a viewer base of 120 million.

He has now released segments of the interview on the PRG website.

Mr Bassett said there was a wealth of testimony from witnesses about UFOs seen hovering over nuclear facilities in both the US and Russia.

And he revealed his thoughts on the main reasons “aliens are here.”

He said: “Number one, nuclear weapons tampering. There is evidence all the way back to the sixties, but the media would not deal with it.

“The ETs come down and hover a craft over a nuclear site and turn all the missiles off.

“That was impossible. These are all individually siloed, they have individual support, you would literally have to affect each one separately.

Steve Bassett

“When a SAT-based officer or personnel try to turn them back on, they run through three sequences and as soon as they turn them back on, they are turned off again and they cant turn them back on until the craft leaves.

“This has been happening in the US, we have got scores of witnesses capable of testifying, SAT-based officers with top-security clearance.”

He then detailed a more disturbing event said to have happened in Russia.

Mr Bassett said: “There was one event where there is some evidence, I am not saying it has been proved and that is an event of a different kind. We believe it happened in Russia.

“It was not a case of turning the missiles off, what happened, is, I understand the Russian nuclear facility, usually a series of missiles within a site, all of a sudden the launch sequence began within that facility and it shouldn’t have happened.

“The people that worked there didn’t initiate that.”

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Dan Aykroyd, UFOs, and the Men in Black

by Brent Swancer                 January 31, 2018                    (mysteriousuniverse.org)

• Ever since the writer, actor, and Saturday Night Live alumnus, Dan Aykroyd, saw the video broadcast of a formation of UFOs flying over the US Capitol building as a child in 1952, he’s had an intense interest in the UFO phenomenon.

• In the mid-1980’s Aykroyd was one of many in the upstate New York area who were telepathically told to go outside and see a pink spiral in the sky. Aykroyd thereafter served as the Hollywood representative of the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON), and in 2005 made a UFO documentary entitled Dan Aykroyd Unplugged on UFOs.

• In April 2010, on Larry King Live Aykroyd said, “(ETs) have come from a billion years in the future or the next dimension or wherever they are coming from… they have abducted people.”

• In 2015, Aykroyd said on The HuffPost Show, “I have seen four (UFOs), and I can’t say that they are alien craft and neither can the Air Force. The Air Force… don’t deny the existence of these hyperdynamic, super aerodynamic craft. They want to tell you anything but that they are extraterrestrial. Any excuse at all.”

• Aykroyd has told of seeing a pale man in a black suit outside of a New York studio who gave him a “dirty look” before getting in a black car and driving away. Immediately after this ‘Men In Black’ encounter, Aykroyd’s SciFi Channel show, Out There, was cancelled just as they were shooting a segment with UFO disclosure advocate, Dr. Steven Greer.

• In a Facebook posting, Aykroyd says that some ETs are here for good purposes and some are here for malevolent purposes. “(ETs) are visiting because this is the planet that produced… so many advances in science, art and culture… they don’t paint like Renoir, they don’t dance like Mick Jagger, they don’t write like Samuel Johnson or William Faulkner. We have the most beautiful planet. They are envious of us.”

 

There are many facets of the UFO phenomenon, and many types of witnesses who have come forward with their own extraordinary tales. These often get lost in the deluge of such reports and indeed rantings, but sometimes there is a well-know and beloved celebrity who will come forward with their own accounts, theories, and experiences. These particular witnesses and spokespeople have a way of making people listen, somewhat reinvigorating the UFO debate in the process, and certainly one of the most vocal and well-known of these is none other than the popular Canadian-American actor, comedian, producer, screenwriter, musician and businessman Dan Ackroyd. Getting his start on the hit sketch comedy show Saturday Night Live and going on to star in such beloved classics as Ghostbusters, Aykroyd is a well-known name to many people. He also just happens to be a major proponent and researcher of UFOs with some truly bizarre tales to tell.

Dan Aykroyd has never been shy about his intense interest in UFOs, and this seems to be a fascination that reaches all the way back into his childhood. The actor was fist enamored with the phenomenon when he saw a photo of mysterious lights over Capitol Hill from all the way back in 1952, an incident in which fighter planes had apparently been scrambled to chase the fast-moving objects off. This interest was only strengthened when he saw the classic sci-fi film The Day the Earth Stood Still, which he saw as a perfectly plausible scenario. Aykroyd would have the first of his own many close encounters with UFOs in the mid-1980s in upstate New York, when he claims that he woke up in the middle of the night in a panic and told his wife, “They are calling me, I want to go outside.”

He claimed that he had had the irresistible compulsion to go outside, which he credits to voices in his head compelling him to do so. When he did go outside as instructed by the voices in his head he reported that he had seen a pink spiral over the Great Lakes area, and it would turn out that others had had the same urge to go outside at the same time and had seen the same thing.

Aykroyd would go on to become a fairly hard-core proponent of UFOs, and he would eventually make a documentary on his interests, called Dan Aykroyd Unplugged on UFOs, in 2005, and he even served for several years as the official Hollywood representative of the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON), and he has accrued a vast knowledge of UFO research and lore over the years that would put most UFOlogists to shame. In April of 2010, Aykroyd appeared on the well-known TV show Larry King Live, where the topic was UFOs and Aykroyd appeared as a pro-UFO representative in the debate, among a panel of scientists who had been brought together to discuss the physicist Stephen Hawking’s assertion that any aliens coming from the stars would be certainly malevolent. Aykroyd shared some famous cases of UFO abductions, such as those of Travis Walton and Betty and Barney Hill, and on the show he stated: They are here, science should accept that they are here and look how they have come from a billion years in the future or the next dimension or wherever they are coming from. They have abducted people.
Aykroyd has appeared on other shows about his UFO beliefs, such as a 2015 episode of The HuffPost Show with host Marc Lamont Hill, where the topic turned to the strange and he talked candidly about the U.S. Air Force’s UFO alleged cover-up and some details about his own personal UFO sightings. When asked if he truly believed in UFOs, Aykroyd answered: “I do, absolutely, and I’m not alone. I have seen four, and I can’t say that they are alien craft and neither can the Air Force. The Air Force has been very interested in this. They don’t deny the existence of these hyperdynamic, super aerodynamic craft. They don’t deny. Their anguish comes in that they can’t tell you. They want to tell you anything but that they are extraterrestrial. Any excuse at all, even if they are unknown or unsolved. The Air Force cannot just come out and admit that there are extraterrestrial beings far in advanced of our culture that have built these machines. They are very interested in what is going on, but like us, they don’t know. I believe that there are probably many species coming and going and that the Air Force is very interested, but they can’t come out and say. Because then you’re going to go, ‘well wait a minute, the parish priest, the cop on the street, the President — you don’t got the power. They’ve got the power!’ You’d have complete breakdown of society.”

On the show, Aykroyd went on to give some further details into his own strange UFO sightings, saying:
Two specifically were definitely aerial constructs of some kind. One of them with a light, and one of them dull gray, and they were structures – one of them going very slow, one of them hovering over me. Then there were the two that my wife and friends and I saw – a high altitude sighting many years ago in Martha’s Vineyard. Two flying side by side. They were at about 100,000 feet up, and they were going fast.

                            Dan Aykroyd

Aykroyd has also gone on and on about UFOs on his Facebook page, often referencing research and books and talking about his conspiratorial ideas about government cover-ups. He actively plugged the 2014 book The FBI-CIA-UFO Connection: The Hidden UFO Activities of USA Intelligence Agencies on his page, which goes over the vast research done on declassified documents by a physicist named Dr. Bruce Maccabee, who spent thirty-six years at the Naval Surface Warfare Center. Aykroyd would say in a Facebook post of the book thus: “Ex-Naval Surface Warfare employee and physicist Dr. Bruce Maccabee has assembled the most extensively and meticulously researched body of documentary evidence ever compiled on the U.S. government’s genuine interest in the UFO phenomena. The USAF has NEVER denied the existence of these super-performance aerodynamic vehicles. The Air Force’s continued anguish over PUBLIC disclosure is not due to the military’s genuinely admitted reality of these machines’ existence but due to the government’s struggle to categorize the phenomena as being ANYTHING but extra planetary in origin.”

Aykroyd also continuously praises and supports the organization called Mutual UFO Network (Mufon), for which he served as a consultant for a few years, and of who which he has said: “Basically, [Mufon are] scientists from all kinds of disciplines that have formed this group to analyze what is real and what is a hoax. Now you could say every one of them is a fake – that footage of 200 whirling white dots in the sky, or the Phoenix Lights [a series of lights seen over Phoenix, Arizona, in 1997] – which 17,000 people saw – the Tinley Park sightings in Illinois, where whole suburbs saw these triangles and wedges go over at three miles an hour. Is it a mass hallucination? If so, why is it appearing on digital cameras and film? They’re coming and going like taxis.”

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The Unsolved Death of a Conspiracy Theorist

by Tatiana Calzado                    January 30, 2018                   (hebronhawkeye.com)

• In this article, the writer recounts the mystery surrounding the death of British UFO researcher and conspiracy theorist, Max Spiers (1976-2016).

• Spiers’ recent investigations had involved government and military cover ups and how it ties in with the ET presence and UFOs. In July 2016, Spiers was in Warsaw, Poland to speak at a conference where he would speak on the use of black magic in politics (e.g. pizzagate), extraterrestrials and mind control.

• Some years back, Spiers fractured his pelvis. He became addicted to opiate pain killers, and then to heroin. In an interview that he gave just before his death, he appears inexplicably high. Spiers was later found unconcious in his friend’s Warsaw apartment. He had reportedly vomited copious amounts black ooze. A British autopsy determined that he died of natural causes.

• Spier’s mother, Vanessa Bates, suspects foul play. She says that several days before her son’s death, Spiers told her “[I’m] in trouble. If anything happens to me, investigate.” When the British authorities gave her Spiers’ belongings, she noted that his laptop had been wiped clean of it contents, including Spiers’ research.

 

“Your boy’s in trouble. If anything happens to me, investigate.”

This was a text British conspiracy theorist Max Spiers sent to his mother just a few days before his death.

Spiers had many investigations regarding government/military cover ups, extraterrestrial life/UFOs, etc. Spiers was passionate about his research and believed in many conspiracy theories; he wanted to share his research with the world. On July 16, 2016 in Warsaw, Poland, Spiers was found dead on the sofa in a friend’s apartment.

Spiers was in Poland because he was scheduled to speak at a conference. Colleagues and friends of Spiers believed he was going to expose most of the information he knew regarding black magic involved in politics, his experience with extraterrestrial life, and how he believed he was being mind controlled.

The idea of being abducted and examined by extraterrestrials was something Spiers believed he had experienced. He also believed he had supernatural powers since birth.

Throughout the years, Spiers had some drug issues. He was in an accident while he was living in the U.S and cracked his pelvis. He was given a prescription of opiate pain relief and later developed an opioid use disorder. When Spiers was no longer able to receive opiates, he used heroin. According to his actions during an interview, where Spiers appeared to be drugged, it seems he may have relapsed, but I have a theory about this I will get to later.

When Spiers died on his friend’s sofa, his friend had called for an ambulance. But when the paramedics arrived, they were unable to revive him. The Polish authorities then handed Spiers’ body over the the British authorities. The Polish police never conducted an autopsy; the British authorities, on the other hand, did. Mysteriously, they ruled that Spiers died of natural causes. Does vomiting amounts of black liquid seem natural? Not at all.

The case was said to be closed, but Spiers’ mother, Vanessa Bates, would not let the case die.

Bates believed her son did not die of natural causes. Bates would investigate, as her son told her to in that text a few days before his death.

When Bates was made aware of Spiers’ death and was given her son’s belongings, including his laptop, she discovered the laptop had been wiped clean. None of Spiers’ research was found on the computer, nothing was left to indicate that this laptop belonged to Spiers’ at all.

Bates believes her son was killed on purpose. It is not known by who exactly, but she believes someone or some group of people, wanted Spiers’ research to remain a secret.

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