12 Celebrities Who Say They Believe in Aliens or UFOs

by Martha Sorren                     November 10, 2018                   (businessinsider.com.au)

• Tom Cruise – The actor says,“Millions of stars, and we’re supposed to be the only living creatures? No, there are many things out there, we just don’t know.”

• Keanu Reeves – The actor says, “I think it more likely than not [that aliens exist]. The cosmos is a pretty big place.”

• Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson – The action star says, “I believe that we’re not the only ones; it’d be arrogant to think that.”

• Halle Berry – The actor says, “I don’t believe we are the only species in existence. It might take us 20 years to get to those other life forms, but I think they are out there.”

• Katy Perry – The pop star has tweeted that she believes in ghosts but she believes in aliens more.

• Alicia Keys – The pop star says she believes aliens exist and she thinks that there are already some on earth.

• Jaden Smith – The young actor and son of Will Smith talked to President Barack Obama about aliens and left the meeting a full-on believer. “If people think we’re the only people that live in this universe, then something is wrong with them.”

• Gigi Hadid – The model says that both she and boyfriend Zayn Malik believe in the existence of aliens.

• Nick Jonas – The pop star says, “When I was 14, I was in the backyard playing basketball with some of my friends and I looked up in the sky, and there [were] three flying saucers.” “So I’m a firm believer in aliens.”

• Demi Lovato – The pop singer says, “I know that (aliens) are real.” “I believe that there could possibly be mermaids, which is actually an alien species that lives in parts of the Indian Ocean which we have never explored before.”

• Kesha – The pop star says that she had a UFO sighting while in the desert. “Those are f*cking aliens. They were spaceships.”

• Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi – The “Jersey Shore” star says, ”They’re real. We’re not the only planet with civilisation.” “Aliens are real.”

 

Some celebrities stand by the belief that other forms of life exist somewhere in the universe and some have even had encounters with UFOs. And they’re not the first ones to believe something’s out there – according to Science News, curiosity about other possible life forms has existed since medieval times.

Here’s a list of celebrities who have publicly stated their belief in aliens or the existence of other life forms.

Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi has talked and tweeted about her beliefs. In 2013, the “Jersey Shore” star confirmed her beliefs in an interview with Celebuzz.”They’re real. We’re not the only planet with civilisation,” she said. That same year she also tweeted,“Aliens are real.”

Katy Perry wrote a song about aliens.  Katy Perry’s song “E.T.” is all about extraterrestrials and it’s not the first time she’s spoken about other life forms. In 2011, the singer tweeted about her belief in aliens. She wrote that she believes in ghosts, too, but she believes in aliens more.

Tom Cruise has been open about his beliefs. According to CNN, the actor once firmly stated that he believed aliens to be real. “Millions of stars, and we’re supposed to be the only living creatures? No, there are many things out there, we just don’t know,” he said.

Alicia Keys believes that there are aliens among us. In an interview with BuzzFeed, Keys said she believes aliens exist and she thinks that there are already some on earth. “I’m sure you’ve seen a UFO,” she added. “Haven’t all of us seen something flying in the sky, and it’s at some random time of night that doesn’t make sense and it’s not the shape of a plane?”

Jaden Smith said he talked to President Barack Obama about aliens. Smith was able to sit down with the then-president to talk about the existence of aliens – and Smith left the meeting a full-on believer. “I talked to President Obama about extraterrestrials. He said he could neither confirm nor deny the existence of aliens, which means they’re real,” Smith told Wonderland magazine. “If people think we’re the only people that live in this universe, then something is wrong with them.”

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Why hasn’t Google Updated Images of a Military Base in 8 Years?

by Susan Leighton                      November 4, 2018                     (1428elm.com)

• Google Earth images had not updated the images of the Tonopah Test Range, located 70 miles from Area 51 in Nevada, for over eight years – until just recently. Many believe that the secretive military installation is the proving grounds for the development of alien technology and re-engineering of otherworldly aircraft.

• Nick Pope, the former head of the Ministry of Defense’s UFO program in the U.K., appeared on Tucker Carlson’s show on Fox News to discuss the Tonopah Test Range blind spot on Google Earth. (see 5 minute video below) The question was raised that if Roswell involved a derelict weather balloon, and not a UFO crash as the government continues to assert, then why so are there still so many documents pertaining to UFOs from 50 years ago that remain classified? What “military secrets” are associated with downed weather balloons?

• Pope says that Congress is starting to ask questions. The Senate Armed Services Committee is officially looking into the Navy videos of UFOs that were made public in December of 2017, and the House Armed Services Committee is researching the Pentagon’s AATIP program that also made headlines at that time. Pope also contends that President Trump must have some information on extraterrestrial UFOs, as it is rumored that this is why the “Space Force” is being created.

 

UFOs have captured the minds of the American public since the Roswell crash in 1947. With the recent exposure of the government’s Advanced Aerial Threat Identification Program and the compelling evidence that unidentified aerial phenomenon does exist the interest has intensified.

Nick Pope, former head of the Ministry of Defense’s UFO program in the U.K. appeared on Fox News to discuss an unexplained blind spot on Google Earth images. This lack of information lasted over an 8-year period of time. The location in question is the Tonopah Test Range in Nevada.

What is intriguing about this scenario is the fact that the Test Range is located 70 miles away from Area 51. For over 7 decades, Americans have believed that the secretive military installation is the proving grounds for the development of alien technology and re-engineering of otherworldly aircraft.

What is Google Earth hiding? More importantly, are they being directed to do this? There will always be conspiracy theorists and in fact, Tonopah is probably classified and off the grid because we test our experimental airplanes there as well as our latest military weapons.

5 minute video of Fox News’ Tucker Carlson interviewing Nick Pope

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‘Alien Autopsy’ Video Faker Finally Reveals Truth Behind Film Watched By 12 Million

by Rob Waugh                   October 31, 2018                     (metro.co.uk)

• Spyros Melaris, the former magician who concocted the 1995 “documentary film”, ‘Alien Autopsy’, has come clean about how he did it. The film, claiming to show a pot-bellied alien body being examined in 1947 government pathologists in protective suits, actually shows a foam body filled with cow and lamb organs from a local butcher. He considered using raspberry jelly for the ‘brain’.

• The whole thing was filmed in a north London flat in 1995. Melaris spliced his film footage onto a 1947 Pathe newsreel to fool experts at Kodak. Said Merlaris, “Our whole film was made up, but we hung it on little elements of truth. Something crashed in Roswell and we pinned the film on this being a body that could have been picked up in that crash.”

• British musician and filmmaker, Ray Santilli claimed to have received it from a cameraman who worked at Roswell. ‘Alien Autopsy’ was broadcast on television in 33 countries, aired three times on Fox television, and was viewed by 11.7 million people. In 2006, Santilli admitted it was fake – but said that it is a ‘staged reconstruction’ of a genuine alien dissection film he had been shown in 1992.

• Melaris says, “It was a giggle. That was all it was.” It took him years to realise that Ray Santilli, who financed the film, had actually made millions from it. He now plans to write his own tell-all book.

•  [Editor’s Note]  In further research, Ray Santilli claims that he purchased the rights and video to the actual 1947 Roswell alien autopsy, and that the famous grainy photo is an actual photo of event.  But the original footage he acquired was too grainy and deteriorated for a full video, so he recreated part of the scene for the video that he ultimately released. So the “alien autopsy” film Santilli released in 1995 was not a hoax but a “restoration or recreation” based on and containing some real footage.  “Let me just be clear,” said Santilli, “I was not there in 1947, so I can’t say for sure if it is an alien, but it is the original camera footage.” “By the time we got back (the film) had deteriorated to a certain extent and we were not able to use it, and (we) recreated a fair section.”  When the recreated footage was released, however, Mr Santilli and his team did not make it clear it was a remake of poor quality original footage, which Santilli still possesses.  The recreation video was produced inside a north London flat.  The “dead alien” was sculpted by motion picture special effects expert John Humphreys, using cow and lamb organs from a local butcher shop. The 1940’s-era surgeons’ outfits and medical equipment were supplied from prop providers in the UK and USA. The 16mm film was then spliced with an original Pathe newsreel to help convince experts from Kodak that it could be real.

According to Linda Moulton Howe and Richard Dolan, a Memorandum by Dr. Christopher “Kit” Green dated March 23, 2001, giving his “professional evaluation of the ‘Alien Autopsy Film/Video and other related information”, was leaked by physicist Eric W. Davis to Robert Bigelow and revealed that this 1995 Santilli video of an alien autopsy of a “6-fingered, 6-toed” alien entity is in fact real.  The being was retrieved from a crashed saucer in Roswell, New Mexico in 1947. Dr. Green “was briefed three different times during and after his tenure at the CIA on topics relevant to UFOs and the Roswell Incident Alien Autopsy.” Dr. Kit Green confirmed that the “Alien Autopsy film/video is real, the alien cadaver is real, and the cadaver seen in the film/video is the same as the photos Kit saw at the Pentagon during briefing # 2.”  Dr. Green’s career began in 1969 as a Senior Division Analyst for neurosciences at the CIA. In the mid-1970s, Dr. Green was a program manager for Controlled Remote Viewing research.

 

 

In 1995, a video showing the gruesome autopsy of an alien by ‘government pathologists’ in protective suits shocked the world – and made millions. Now the film-maker (and ex-magician) behind it revealed how the ‘Alien Autopsy’ film fooled the world (and inspired a ‘classic’ film starring Ant and Dec). Spyros Melaris says that the film claiming to show an alien body being examined in 1947 actually shows a foam body filled with cow and lamb organs from a local butcher.

Spyros Melaris

Melaris told The Sun that he considered using raspberry jelly for the ‘brain’ but rejected it as ‘too dark’ as he filmed in a north London flat in 1995. He spliced his film footage onto a 1947 Pathe newsreel to fool experts at Kodak – and a documentary on the film aired three times on Fox, being viewed by 11.7 million people. Merlaris said, ‘Our whole film was made up but we hung it on little elements of truth. ‘Something crashed in Roswell and we pinned the film on this being a body that could have been picked up in that crash.’

Ray Santilli claimed to have received it from a cameraman who worked at Roswell – and it was broadcast on television in 33 countries. Melaris sourced 1940s surgeons’ outfits and medical instruments from prop providers in the UK and USA.

Ray Santilli

The ‘government pathologists’ filmed dissecting the pale, potbellied corpse of the extraterrestrial being were his brother and then girlfriend in the Camden apartment. In 2006, Santilli admitted it was fake – but said that it is a ‘staged reconstruction’ of a genuine alien dissection film he had been shown in 1992. Melaris says, ‘It was a giggle. That was all it was. It was not supposed to last 22 years. It was supposed to last a week or 10 days.’ Melaris says it took him years to realise that Ray Santilli, who financed the film, had actually made millions from it. He now plans to write his own tell-all book.

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