Aliens ‘tried to warn US and Russia they were playing with fire during Cold War’
Tue, 28 Sep 2010 15:27 CDT
Aliens may have interfered with US and Soviet nuclear weapons during the Cold War in an attempt to send “a sign to Washington and Moscow that we are playing with fire”, according to a UFO researcher.
Robert Hastings, a long-time UFO researcher, who collated the information, said at a press conference in Washington that “this planet is being visited by beings from another world who for whatever reason have taken an interest in the nuclear arms race”.
He claimed to have gathered witness testimony from more than 120 military personnel showing infiltration of nuclear sites. Six retired officers and one former NCO spoke of their personal experiences.
In some cases, nuclear missiles supposedly malfunctioned while a disc-shaped object hovered nearby. Although the officers produced fresh affidavits detailing their experiences, the incidents, many of them the 1960s, had previously been publicised by UFO enthusiasts. Some of them were first disclosed decades ago.
Mr Hastings stated that beings from UFOs had also tinkered with Soviet nuclear weapons and speculated that the aliens had been seeking to send “a sign to Washington and Moscow that we are playing with fire”.
Captain Robert Salas, a former US Air Force Inter-continental Ballistic Missile Launch officer, said he was on duty during one missile disruption incident at Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana in 1967 when a “large glowing, pulsating red oval shaped object” hovered over the front gate.
He then noticed that the Minuteman missiles he was overseeing had shut down. “The indicators for all or nearly all 10 missiles showed as red-coloured ‘fault’ lights, which meant that the missiles were disabled and could not be launched.”
He said he was ordered not to discuss the matter but was never given an explanation by his superior officers.
In another case in Britain, Colonel Charles Halt said that in 1980 he watched a UFO directing beams of light down into the RAF Bentwaters airbase near Ipswich.
His security team “observed a light that looked like a large eye, red in colour, moving through the trees”. After a few minutes “this object began dripping something that looked like molten metal. A short while later it broke into several smaller, white-coloured objects which flew away in all directions.”
Sceptics pointed out that there was a lighthouse nearby but Col Halt maintains that the objects were “extraterrestrial in origin” and that “the security services of both the US and the UK have attempted – both then and now – to subvert the significance” of what happened near Ipswich.
Thu, 30 Sep 2010 10:17 CDT
At an unusual press conference recently held in Washington, D.C., a UFO author and a half-dozen or so former U.S. military airmen asserted that “The U.S. Air Force is lying about the national security implications of unidentified aerial objects at nuclear bases and we can prove it.” They claim that since 1948, extraterrestrials in spaceships have not only been visiting Earth but hovering over British and American nuclear missile sites and temporarily deactivating the weapons.
UFO author Robert Hastings, who organized the news conference, said, “I believe – these gentlemen believe – that this planet is being visited by beings from another world, who for whatever reason have taken an interest in the nuclear arms race.”
Hastings claims that a global conspiracy exists in which all major governments have been covering up evidence of UFOs for decades.
Despite claims that the airmen were “breaking their silence,” there was very little new information presented at the press conference; in fact many of the UFO reports they cited date back 30 or 40 years, and had appeared in magazine articles, books, and websites. Instead of any new evidence or real proof they offered merely a rehashing of old, discredited reports that didn’t yield any significant evidence when they were originally reported decades ago.
These “revelations” in fact raise more questions than they answer.
For example, if extraterrestrial intelligences have been watching over humanity and are so concerned about nuclear weapons, why didn’t they prevent the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki at the end of World War II? Preventing those bombs from exploding – instead of demonstrating the atom’s awesome destructive power to the world – could have been a much more effective way to head off a nuclear arms race.
Furthermore, the point of the press conference is muddled in contradictions. On one hand, the stated purpose was to encourage governments of the world to finally publically admit that they are aware of aliens, presumably because they pose a threat to national security. On the other hand, the larger message seems to be not to worry about nuclear proliferation, because our alien space brothers will take care of us and avert any potential nuclear attacks (at least in the US and UK – no word on if the aliens are concerned about Iran’s nukes).
If that’s true, then the aliens would not really be a threat to national security since they seem to be playing galactic peacekeepers.
The information presented at the press conference is only the most recent in a long line of similar claims.
UFO folklore and reports – especially from the 1960s and 1970s – often contained supposed messages from our peace-loving and ecologically aware space brothers warning us quarrelsome and destructive earthlings to treat the planet better and seek world peace. That is undoubtedly good advice (regardless of whether its origin is terrestrial or extraterrestrial) though if Hastings and his colleagues are right, the aliens – if they exist – may have everything under control.
Com base nestas notícias podemos referir que um dos maiores ufólogos de todos os tempos, o Dr. J. Allen Hynek, descreveu em seu livro “Night Siege” um incidente não revelado de acordo com o qual um Ovni sobrevoa uma usina nuclear. Algo parecido ocorreu no lago Erie, um dos maiores do Canadá, onde existe uma central nuclear. Ali foram vistos vários objectos voadores não identificados como também sobre a central de Pensilvânia nos Estados Unidos, igualmente em Goias na Índia, Autrália, etc. Também existem factos, ainda que incríveis, que de alguma maneira coincidem com os restantes, nos quais foram observados ovnis que não apenas custodiam as centrais nucleares mas que também emitem “feixes de energia ou raios de luz” direccionados exactamente aos materiais nucleares.
Inúmeros relatos independentes afirmam que esses misteriosos raios de luz direccionados desde objectos não identificados vão exactamente às instalações nucleares, bunkers de armazenamento de armas de destruição em massa que existem nas bases nucleares, armazéns de mísseis, etc. Somando a tudo isso existem rumores substanciais de que a “telemetria” das armas que se dirigem a determinados lugares, sem saber como, foi modificada ou ficou inoperante.
Outro caso que coincide e que também não se tornou oficial por motivos de segurança e de desprestígio internacional, é que nos momentos em que a central nuclear de Chernobil, na actual Rússia, se incendiava no dia 26 de Abril de 1986, os técnicos da usina informaram o aparecimento de um objecto incandescente de cor semelhante ao latão que se encontrava aproximadamente a 300 metros de altura.
Entretanto não foi apenas isso que chamou atenção dos desesperados técnicos, senão o facto de “dois raios de cor vermelha” serem direccionados durante três minutos directamente ao reactor que se estava a incendiar e depois, como se nada tivesse ocorrido, o Ovni dirigiu-se lentamente para Noroeste. Mas o estranho é que antes do aparecimento do objecto o nível de radiação que o reactor emitia era muito alto. No entanto, depois de o Ovni ir embora, o resultado da leitura do nível de radiação caiu substancialmente e o perigo de mortalidade que se esperava também foi reduzido drasticamente.
Com isso, podemos comprovar que os cosmonautas velam por nós, como se fossemos crianças quando têm nas mãos brinquedos letais.