Alien Invasion On Earth Would Be Good For Humanity

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Article by Inigo Monzon                            December 15, 2019                        (ibtimes.com)

• Maggie Aderin-Pocock is a British scientist who specializes in physics and astronomy. She co-hosts the astronomy-themed BBC program “The Sky At Night.” Aderin-Pocock recently acknowledged that intelligent alien life forms exist and that it’s only just a matter of time before humans encounter them. She also believes that an invasion carried out by aliens might actually be good for humanity.

• “I sometimes wonder where the aliens are, but I have little doubt that they’re out there,” Aderin-Pocock told The Guardian. “It’s the numbers game. There are just too many planets, galaxies, solar systems, moons and stars to think there can’t be more life.” (see Adam Frank video below on the likelihood of intelligent extraterrestrial life)

• Aderin-Pocock suggested that aliens may have already visited this planet at a time when humans had not yet evolved, and then left. Said Aderin-Pocock, “Maybe they came in the age of the dinosaurs and left because they had no one to communicate with.”

• If aliens did return to our planet to carry out a wide-scale invasion, Aderin-Pocock believes that this would still be good for the people of Earth. An alien invasion would unify everyone to stop our wars and our in-fighting in order to fight against a common enemy.

[Editor’s Note]    I agree with Maggie Aderin-Pocock that “There are just too many planets, galaxies, solar systems, moons and stars to think there can’t be more life.” It seems obvious. So why can’t scientists take the leap to admit that alien life is all around us, but the world’s power elite and the governments they control are actively hiding the truth about extraterrestrials? What is it that makes scientists cling to the notion that the government is telling us the truth when they say that the Roswell UFO crash was a Project Mogul balloon; or that the UFOs flying over Washington D.C. in the summer 1952 were caused by “temperature inversions”; or that the ‘tic tac’ UFOs seen by Navy pilots over the past 25 years, displaying exotic technology which ‘defies our concept of physics’ are simply a new generation of military hardware? And why would they believe anything that comes out of SETI? Is it because funding for any type of scientific research comes from government or private foundation grants, which are controlled by this same deep state elite?

 

A British astronomer believes that intelligent alien life forms exist and that it’s only just a matter of time before humans encounter them. She also believes that an invasion carried out by aliens might actually be good for humanity.

                Maggie Aderin-Pocock

Scientist Maggie Aderin-Pocock specializes in the fields of physics and astronomy. Since 2014, she has been co-hosting the astronomy-themed BBC program “The Sky At Night.” Recently, she shared her thoughts on extraterrestrial intelligence. According to Aderin-Pocock, it is highly possible that humans are not the only intelligent forms of life in the universe primarily because of its vastness.

Due to the number of planets, stars and galaxies that are yet to be identified by space agencies, it is possible that there are worlds that are inhabited by intelligent alien beings.

“I sometimes wonder where the aliens are, but I have little doubt that they’re out there,” Aderin-Pocock told The Guardian. “It’s the numbers game. There are just too many planets, galaxies, solar systems, moons and stars to think there can’t be more life.”

Aside from the possible existence of extraterrestrial life, the scientists noted that it is possible that aliens may have already visited. However, since this may have occurred during the time when humans have not yet evolved, the aliens most likely left the planet after failing to connect with an intelligent life form.

Adam Frank on the likelihood of intelligent extraterrestrial life (‘University of Rochester’ YouTube)

 

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Four of Billy Meier’s Original UFO Photographs Were Sold at Auction

 

Article by Paul Seaburn          December 6, 2019         (mysteriousuniverse.org)

  • On December 3rd an online auction was held at Sotheby’s where a set of four of Swiss ET contactee, Billy Meier’s photos of UFOs sold for $4,375. The photos became famous when one of them was featured on the “I Want to Believe” poster featured in The X-Files TV series.

  • Eduard Albert “Billy” Meier is an 82 year-old Swiss farmer who claims to have been in contact with extra-terrestrials named the “Plejaren”, formerly known as, the “Pleiadians”. What made Meier different from previous UFO contactees is that his photographs were sharp images of structured craft rather than the blobs or streaks of light.
  • Meier claims to have had his first contact with an elderly-looking alien named Sfath at age five. Sfath took him on trips around the world and through time on his spaceship until his teens, when Billy turned to crime and served time in prison. The contacts resumed when he met Semjase, the granddaughter of Sfath, and other aliens he called the Plejarens from the planet Erra.
  • In the mid 1970s, Meier claimed to have received permission from the Plejarens to photograph them and their ships – classic metallic disc-shaped flying saucers. Meier also released photos of dinosaurs which he claimed he took while time-traveling with Sfath.
  • Meier has been criticized and debunked on many counts. His ex-wife claimed that Meier made the ships from trash can lids, pans and other household objects. The photographs of Plejaren women were actually real human women who danced in a group known as ‘The Golddiggers’ and performed on television. The dinosaur pictures were identical to those found in picture books.
  • Nevertheless, Meier established a UFO religion and continues to preach to his followers the ways of peace, love and truth he was given by the aliens. Meier claims to have foreseen the Iraq wars, the AIDS epidemic, climate change and the rise of terrorism. Despite the debunking, there are people who still believe at least some of the photos to be real.

 

             Billy Meier

Whenever UFO reports contain pictures, those lamenting their quality, fuzziness and pixelization would be wise to remember the photos submitted to the public by Billy Meier. They were (and still are) some of the sharpest and clearest UFO photos ever – immediately rendering them to the category of hoaxes despite (or perhaps because of) his incredible tales of a lifetime of contacts with extraterrestrials. Despite numerous debunkings, the photos are back in the news once more. An auction was held this week at Sotheby’s and a set of four of Meier’s pictures sold for, well, take a guess. Let’s hear the story of Billy Meier one more time first.

Eduard Albert “Billy” Meier is a 80+ year old, one and a half armed, Swiss farmer. He was born in 1937 and he claims to have been in contact with extra-terrestrials named the “Plejaren” or, formerly known as, the “Pleiadians”.

His claims of extra-terrestrial contact were first published in the late 1970s/early 1980s. What made Meier different from previous UFO contactees is that his photographs were of, what appeared to be, structured craft rather than the blobs or streaks of light that were the most common types of UFO photographs up to that time.The biography at billymeierufocase.com gives this

introduction to Billy Meier, who was born in Bülach,

Switzerland and claims to have had his first contact with an elderly-looking alien named Sfath at age five. He claimed Sfath took him on trips around the world and through time on his spaceship until his teen, when Billy turned to committing crimes and serving time in prison. The contacts eventually resumed when he met Semjase, the granddaughter of Sfath, and other aliens he called the Plejarens from the planet Erra. In the mid 1970s, he claimed he received permission from the Plejarens to photograph them and their ships, which he called “beamships.” Those beamship photos (look like classic flying saucers – disc-shaped, domed and metallic. Meier also released photos that appeared to be dinosaurs which he claimed he took while time-traveling with Sfath.

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John Fogerty’s UFO Fascination Follows From Childhood Dream

 

Article by George Knapp                          November 14, 2019                             (mysterywire.com)

• Rock legend John Fogerty of Creedence Clearwater Revival (pictured above) is celebrating his 50th year as a recording star. He has sold millions of records, and many of his biggest hits have focused on paranormal themes, even UFOs: “chasing down a hoodoo”, “a bad moon rising”, voodoo spells and a zombie or two. George Knapp interviewed him to see where he got his paranormal inspiration.

• Fogarty admitted to Knapp that he was knowledgeable about things like Bob Lazar, Area 51, and Roswell. “Yeah,” said Fogarty, “I guess you’d call me a fan. I started quite young. In the ‘50s, it was a great time for a kid growing up to experience the flying saucer phenomenon and the green men from outer space and all that. I saw every science fiction movie that was made.” He estimates that he’s watched the sci-fi classic “The Day the Earth Stood Still” about 250 times.

• Classic alien invasion movies inspired Fogarty to write “It Came Out of the Sky”, his own prediction of how humans might react to an E.T. landing. (see video below) Has Fogarty ever seen a UFO? “[Not] that I know about, nor have I seen an alien that I know about,” Fogerty says.

• But as a youngster Fogarty had a strange recurring dream about the sensation of flying out of his home and over his town, accompanied by a mysterious friend. He wrote about it in his autobiography, “Fortunate Son,” and openly wonders if the friend was an E.T. “I had this dream from the time I was 6 until I was about 12 … over and over and over.”

• Fogerty says that he had a spiritual epiphany at the grave site of legendary bluesman Robert Johnson. The life-changing moment prompted Fogerty and some other famous musicians to buy headstones for the unmarked graves of several blues artists who had been forgotten.

 

Rock legend John Fogerty is in Las Vegas this week, performing at the Wynn and celebrating his 50th year as a recording star. He has sold millions of records, and many of his biggest hits have focused on paranormal themes, even UFOs.

If you think about some of the most famous lines in his best-known songs, he’s chasing down a hoodoo … he senses a bad moon rising and all the calamity that might follow … he casts spells and watches the skies. We suspected there might be more to the story.

Fogerty calls his music “swamp rock.” Dating back to his Creedence Clearwater Revival days, his themes and lyrics are populated with spooky, swampy folklore, whether its chasing hoodoos, dark premonitions, voodoo spells and a zombie or two. Is he a student of the paranormal?
George Knapp: You know about this stuff. You’re knowledgable. Bob Lazar, Area 51, Roswell. You’re up on it.

Fogerty: Yeah, I’m up on it in a sense. I guess you’d call me a fan. I started quite young. In the ‘50s, it was a great time for a kid growing up to experience the flying saucer phenomenon and the green men from outer space and all that. I saw every science fiction movie that was made, and a lot of the horror ones too.

 

“It Came Out Of the Sky” by Creedence Clearwater Revival (VidzGB YouTube)

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