UFO’s and ET’s are topics that will leave most folks shaking their heads and discounting any information that follows. But as far as I’m concerned, any technology that gets us off the addiction to “fossil” fuels and into a world of almost free and limitless energy is a good thing.
Further, it seems to be just a matter of time before world governments admit the real presence of alien civilizations and their history of contact with them. The question then becomes, how do we maintain global independence and sustainability while not becoming dependent on alien “free energy” technology.
For skeptics who discount that such energy technology could be kept under wraps, consider that many types of alternative, free energy technologies such as “cold fusion” have been vigorously discredited in the past despite them being proven as valid (see this 60 Minutes story from 2009).
The reason these technologies have been suppressed is that the permanent war economy is fueled by Oil and Natural Gas, and to make a peaceful transition to another abundant source of energy would upset the status quo that likes to control society by maintaining a state of scarcity consciousness.
Source: AOL News
Former Canadian Minister of National Defense Paul Hellyer is very outspoken on the reality of UFOs and has criticized the U.S. government for reportedly covering up UFO information.
And yes, he is extremely outspoken about UFOs and alien visitors to Earth…
“We lived too long in a sense of isolation, thinking that Earth was the center of the cosmos, that we were the only species and, therefore, probably the most advanced. And when we come to the realization that we’re not any of those things, then I think we should be aware of it, learn to live with it and certainly try to take advantage of anything that we can learn from visitors from anywhere.“
Trusted political and scientific sources whom Hellyer has talked to have suggested that the United States has developed new forms of energy at top-secret “black operation” installations, using reportedly extraterrestrial technology.
“Paul Hellyer’s story is an important contribution to the literature of modern Western civilization. His experience in government, his interest in exopolitics and the issues of sustainability of civilization are significant areas of current discourse,” wrote Apollo 14 astronaut Edgar Mitchell, founder of the Institute of Noetic Sciences.
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