Aliens were trying to protect the Earth from nuclear war - VIDEO PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 19 August 2015 15:25
Former US astronaut Edgar Mitchell, the sixth man on the Moon, said the aliens were trying to protect the Earth from nuclear war between the US and Russia. American astronaut Edgar Mitchell said that senior US military watched the alien ships while weapons testing in the 1940s. According to him, the world's first nuclear weapons test 16 July 1945 in the sky over the White Sands proving ground were seen soaring number of "plates" aliens. As the Mirror, veteran NASA regularly speaks of faith in aliens since he landed on the lunar surface during the Apollo 14 mission in 1971. 84-year-old Mitchell notes that the aliens are very interested in nuclear weapons testing and to keep the polygon. Thus, reasonable from other worlds try to prevent the destruction of the Earth due to the nuclear confronting the United States and Russia. "In my opinion, the behavior of the newcomers made it clear that they were trying to keep the world from nuclear war," - he said. Mitchell mentions numerous statements US officers on regular flights of UFOs over the US Air Force bases throughout the 20th century. cases when missiles were on alert, the failure at the time when there were bases on "oval luminous object." "A member of the base on the Pacific coast told me about how an alien spacecraft brought down one of the missiles fired," - said the former astronaut. He is also convinced that aliens visited the placement of nuclear missiles in the Soviet Union. According to him, the UFO tried to warn the member states "Cold War" and the "games with fire." Earlier, Mitchell argued that in real life the aliens look like its traditional image: a small body with a big head and big eyes. He argued that our technology significantly behind the alien in the case of hostile behavior, people would have quickly destroyed. In turn, Nick Pope division of the US Defense Department for the Study of UFOs, confirmed that Mitchell - one of the most truthful of people with whom he met. However, the Pope noted that these astronauts are based largely on stories told to him by other people, but not the experience. "Even in the event that the sources are authentic Mitchell as her husband we be sure that these people have access to classified information on UFOs?" - Asks Pope. According to him, governments often support themselves in people the belief in UFOs secret tests of prototypes of aircraft. "If over the nuclear facility observed an unknown aircraft - it does not mean that he is an alien," - added the Pope. Dr. Mitchell, who has a bachelor of science degree in aeronautical engineering and a Doctor of Science in Aeronautics and Astronautics nevertheless argues that information about an extraterrestrial origin of UFOs truthful. Officials from NASA commentary Daily Mail said that their organization "does not conduct observations of UFOs and is not involved in any conspiracy to conceal information about alien life on this planet or anywhere in the Universe."