Air Force Veterans Testify to Pentagon’s UFO Office About Seeing Mysterious Objects 

The Pentagon’s UFO office is investigating historic reports of mysterious objects interfering with key nuclear missile silos.

Two Air Force veterans told they have testified to the All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) this month about their experiences of UFOs interfering with US nuclear missiles.

One email shows AARO staff contacted former US Air Force ICBM launch officer Robert Salas to gather information about his chilling encounter with an orange flying disc that inexplicably turned off 10 warheads at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Montana in 1967.

And another former officer, Dr. Robert Jacobs, has briefed AARO on a 35mm film he shot for the Air Force in 1964 that allegedly caught a flying saucer shooting a test missile out of the sky.

The accounts offer a rare glimpse into the often classified work of the government unit tasked with probing unidentified phenomena in the air, sea and space.

AARO director Dr. Sean Kirkpatrick is also interviewing nine other witnesses of similar cases, according to author Robert Hastings, who has previously spoken to 167 veterans regarding ‘more than a hundred UFO incursions at nuclear weapons sites during the Cold War era and beyond’.

Hastings wrote a book on the incidents called UFOs and Nukes: Extraordinary Encounters at Nuclear Weapons Sites.

In a blog post on Sunday, he revealed that he had been asked by Kirkpatrick to connect him with Salas, Jacobs, and other witnesses, after an unnamed Senate staffer read the book and recommended it to the AARO director for investigation.

Salas, 82, told he was impressed by the outreach, after decades of having his account either ignored or denied by the government.

‘I’ve been wanting to tell a government agency my story for over 50 years,’ Salas told ‘It was a great big relief.

‘They were very magnanimous. They listened intently. I gave them a complete report on the Malmstrom incidents.

‘I’m more confident now than I was going in that they’re trying to make a sincere effort.’

One AARO staffer wrote to Salas on Friday thanking him for giving evidence to the UFO office, in an email obtained by news outlets.

‘I want to pass along a big “thank you” from the AARO team,’ the email said. ‘Your dedication to this issue and the resources, time, and energy you invested in researching and documenting your experience, and associated events, are greatly appreciated.

‘I’m glad we were finally able to document this accounting and evidence into the intelligence record and will include this information in our investigation as an authorized disclosure IAW [in accordance with] the FY23 NDAA [National Defense Authorization Act].

‘I’m hopeful the collective contributions of patriots like you and the current level of government interest and investment will provide answers to the questions the citizens of our country have demanded for such a long time.’

Salas gave an interview last year about his fury that Pentagon chiefs seemed unaware of the disturbing and unexplained shutdown of US nukes at his Malmstrom base when questioned about it in the public congressional UFO hearing in May.

Since then the 2023 NDAA, the annual defense spending bill, has been signed into law with an amendment requiring AARO to review government files on all UFO incidents going back to 1945 – explaining Kirkpatrick’s interest in the 1967 Malmstrom case.

The alleged Chinese spy balloon shot down by US fighter jets this month also flew near Malmstrom as well as other nuclear silos, reportedly triggering emergency security measures at those bases.

Salas tweeted about his email with the AARO official on Friday, and UFO researcher David Haith shared a copy of it on Twitter. 

Hastings wrote in his blog post that he had a conference call on January 13 with Kirkpatrick, two other AARO staffers and a congressional researcher, and subsequently connected them with 11 veterans to give evidence of UFOs allegedly interfering with America’s nuclear defenses.

‘Since 1973, I have interviewed 167 of those veterans regarding their experiences,’ Hastings wrote. ‘Kirkpatrick asked whether I would be able to contact the individuals with whom I am still in touch, to learn whether they would be willing to testify before AARO staffers.

‘I suggested that Kirkpatrick’s staff first contact former US Air Force ICBM launch officer Bob Salas, who had been on duty during an incident at Malmstrom AFB, Montana, on March 24/25, 1967, when an orange, disc-shaped UFO had briefly hovered over the front gate at the Oscar Flight Launch Control Facility.

‘Seconds after one of Salas’ Security Police guards frantically called down to the launch capsule to report the UFO to him, all ten of the ICBMs dropped offline, one after the other. In other words, they were unlaunchable and it took several hours to repair and retarget them.’

Though an investigation was launched by the military and voluminous reports were compiled, no explanation was found for the missiles’ shutdown.

Salas and his colleagues said they were interviewed at the time by agents from the Air Force Office of Special Investigations and made to sign NDAs.

But in 1996, he broke his silence by authoring an article about the incident, and in 2010 Salas and other former military officials gave a televised press conference in Washington DC warning about the alleged dire security threat presented by reports of strange disks and orbs appearing to fly over US nuclear sites with impunity.

Jacobs said he was told to keep quiet about the footage by his boss, Major Florenze J. Mansmann (pictured), who viewed it with him in a meeting with two CIA officers in the days after the incident. Mansmann, who died in 2000, confirmed the account in a May 1987 letter to UFO researcher

Jacobs, another former Air Force officer who testified to AARO this month, was in charge of a telescopic camera team that filmed test missile launches at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California in the 1960s.

He claims that he reviewed footage of a September 15 1964 launch where a disc flew up to the moving missile, shot a series of ‘beams’ at it and sped away, causing the dummy warhead to topple out of the sky.

‘We watched the third stage burn out, and into the frame came something else,’ the former lieutenant, 84, said in a 2000 video interview.

‘It flew into the frame and it shot a beam of light at the warhead.

‘Now remember, all this stuff is flying at several thousand miles an hour. So this thing fires a beam of light at the warhead, hits it, and then it moves up… fires another beam of light… goes down and fires another beam of light, and then flies out the way it came in. And the warhead tumbles out of space.

‘The object, the points of light that we saw, the warhead and so forth, were traveling through subspace about 60 miles straight up. And they were going somewhere in the neighborhood of 11,000 to 14,000 miles an hour when this UFO caught up to them, flew in, flew around them, and flew back out.

‘Now I saw that. I don’t give a goddamn what anybody else says about it. I saw that on film. I was there.’

Jacobs said he was told to keep quiet about the footage by his boss, Major Florenze J. Mansmann, who viewed it with him in a meeting with two CIA officers in the days after the incident.

Mansmann, who died in 2000, confirmed the account in a May 1987 letter to UFO researcher Scott Crain, and said he watched the video four times before the CIA officers shipped it to an undisclosed location on the east coast.

‘I ordered Lt. Jacobs not to discuss what he saw with anyone because of the nature of the launch, the failure of the launch mission and the probability that the optical instrumentation (the film) showed an interference with normal launch patterns,’ Mansmann wrote.

‘The object was saucer-shaped,’ he added. ‘I released the film to the Chief Scientist’.

Jacobs told he testified to AARO on February 10.

‘I found it to be the most sensitive, the most honest, the most welcoming interview that I’ve ever had regarding this subject,’ he said.

‘At the end of our chat, I said, “I’ve been trying for over 40 years to get the government to listen to my testimony.” And he said, “You just did.”

‘The government finally listened. I’m not sure who they’re going after next. But I have great faith in this organization, as much as I’ve had in any government.’

Hastings declined to be interviewed about his interactions with the UFO office.

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Pentagon Overwhelmed by New UFO Reports

A new Pentagon office set up to track reports of unidentified flying objects has received “several hundreds” of new reports, but no evidence so far of alien life, the agency’s leadership told reporters Friday.

The All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO) was set up in July and is responsible for not only tracking unidentified objects in the sky, but also underwater or in space — or potentially an object that has the ability to move from one domain to the next.

The office was established following more than a year of attention on unidentified flying objects that military pilots have observed but have sometimes been reluctant to report due to fear of stigma.

In June 2021 the Office of the Director of National Intelligence reported that between 2004 and 2021, there were 144 such encounters, 80 of which were captured on multiple sensors.

Since then, “we’ve had lots more reporting,” said anomaly office director Sean Kirkpatrick. When asked to quantify the amount, Kirkpatrick said “several hundreds.”

An updated report from the Director of National Intelligence that will provide specific figures on new reports received since 2021 is expected by the end of the year, the officials said.

The office was set up not only to examine the question of whether there’s extraterrestrial life, but also because of the security risk posed by so many encounters with unknown flying objects by military installations or military aircraft.

This May, Congress held its first hearing in more than half a century on the topic, with multiple members expressing concern that whether or not the objects are alien or potentially new, unknown technology being flown by China, Russia or another potential adversary, the unknown creates a security risk.

So far, “we have not seen anything, and we’re still very early on, that would lead us to believe that any of the objects that we have seen are of alien origin,” said Ronald Moultrie, under secretary of defense for intelligence and security. “Any unauthorized system in our airspace we deem as a threat to safety.”

The office is also working on ways to improve its ability to identify unknown objects, such as by recalibrating sensors that may be focused just on known adversary aircraft or drone signatures, Moultrie said.

One reason for the hundreds of additional reports coming in may be the outreach the department has done to destigmatize reporting potential encounters. Each service has also established its own reporting processes, Kirkpatrick said.

Beyond unidentifiable objects, there’s a lot of new technology — such as future stealth bombers and stealth fighters, drones and hypersonic missiles being fielded by both the U.S. and China — that could be mistaken for a UFO. Kirkpatrick said the new office has been coordinating with the Pentagon and the U.S. intelligence community to get the signatures of U.S. technology in order to rule out those aircraft or drones.

“We are setting up very clear mechanisms with our blue programs, both our DOD and IC programs, to deconflict any observations that come in with blue activities, and ensure that we weed those out and identify those fairly early on,” Kirkpatrick said, referring to the “blue” U.S. aircraft programs in operation by the Pentagon or intelligence agencies.

Astronomers: Unexplained UFO’s are Everywhere

Ukraine’s airspace has been busy this year—that’s the nature of war. But scientists in the country are looking to the skies and seeing something they didn’t expect: An inordinate number of UFOs, according to a new preprint paper published by Kyiv’s Main Astronomical Observatory in coordination with the country’s National Academy of Science.

The paper does not specifically address the war, but in the United States, the Pentagon has long hinted, speculated, and warned that some UFOs could be advanced technology from foreign militaries, specifically China and Russia (though it hasn’t really given any evidence this is actually the case). The Ukraine paper is particularly notable because it not only shows that science has continued to occur during the war, but also explains that there have been a lot of sightings.

“We see them everywhere,” the research said. “We observe a significant number of objects whose nature is not clear.”

The paper is titled Unidentified aerial phenomena I. Observations of events come from observations made at NAS’ Main Astronomical Observatory in Kyiv and a village south of Kyiv called Vinarivka. According to the paper’s authors, the observatories took on the job of hunting for UFO’s as an independent project because of the enthusiasm around the subject.

It describes a specific type of UFO the researchers call “phantoms” that is an “object [that] is a completely black body that does not emit and absorbs all the radiation falling on it.” The researchers also observed that the UFOs it’s seeing are so fast that it’s hard to take pictures of them.

“The eye does not fix phenomena lasting less than one-tenth of a second,” the paper said. “It takes four-tenths of a second to recognize an event. Ordinary photo and video recordings will also not capture the [unidentified aerial phenomenon]. To detect UAP, you need to fine-tune the equipment: shutter speed, frame rate, and dynamic range.”

So the researchers did just that using two meteor monitoring stations in Kyiv and Vinarivka. “We have developed a special observation technique, taking into account the high speeds of the observed objects,” the paper said. “The exposure time was chosen so that the image of the object did not shift significantly during exposure. The frame rate was chosen to take into account the speed of the object and the field of view of the camera. In practice, the exposure time was less than 1 ms, and the frame rate was no less than 50 Hz.”

The scientists divided the phenomenon they observed into two different categories: cosmics and phantoms. “We note that Cosmics are luminous objects, brighter than the background of the sky. We call these ships names of birds (swift, falcon, eagle),” the paper said. “Phantoms are dark objects, with contrast from several to about 50 percent.”

Using the cameras, stationed roughly 75 miles apart, allowed the scientists to make repeated observations of strange objects moving in the sky. The paper didn’t speculate on what the objects were, merely noted the observations and mentioned the objects’ incredible speeds. “Flights of single, group and squadrons of the ships were detected, moving at speeds from 3 to 15 degrees per second,” the research said. “Phantoms are observed in the troposphere at distances up to 10 – 12 km. We estimate their size from 3 to 12 meters and speeds up to 15 km/s.”

The easy explanation would be that these are missiles, or rockets, or something else associated with the war. But the scientists insist that their nature “is not clear.”

UFOs are back in the public consciousness after a string of sightings were caught on camera by Navy pilots. Congress has demanded answers and the Pentagon responded by saying it has seen some strange stuff but needed more time and money to study the phenomenon appropriately. Congress gave them both and the Pentagon opened the AARO to study the strange objects in the sky. A recent addendum in a Senate intelligence budget report said that the threat of UFOs was increasing “exponentially” and that the Pentagon’s new office needed to focus on the UFOs that aren’t “man-made.”

Boris Zhilyaev, the lead researcher on the paper, declined to comment. 

Paranormal: Strange Pale Creature Caught On Surveillance Cam

A video showing a mysterious pale figure is near a home in the United States is gaining traction on social media. The video has been caught on a CCTV installed in the area, and posted on Twitter by Paranormality Magazine.

The accompanying tweet text says that the video was shot near Morehead, in Kentucky. The video has sparked a debate among paranormal enthusiasts around the world as to what it could be. The image resembles the human-like figures that caused a lot of destruction in the movie Spectral.

The 33-second video shows a pale, human-like figure. It appears lanky and hunched over near the back garden of a home. It is seen carefully moving ahead and looking around while approaching the home owner’s car.

In the audio of the clip, a person is heard saying, “You can see his face clearly.”

The clip, shared with the caption “Here’s the video of the Pale creature caught on a security cam near Moorhead, KY” on July 9, has amassed half a million views. Several Twitter users are intrigued by the video and have discussed what the figure could be.

“The question I have is, is this infrared? Because the pale creature would actually be dark colored (Dude in a black suit) and showing up white in that case. I know it’s not your vid but things like that can reveal a lot of missed detail,” a user commented.

“If this was taken with a security cam why is the camera moving like someone is holding it?   Security cams are fixed and don’t float around,” said another.

One of the local firms that claim to be working in the field of paranormal research replied, “To answer why the camera is moving, you can see the reflection of the person recording this footage from their phone in the glass of the monitor… as to what it is, a recording or a recording degrade the quality of the original footage. No way to know what we’re seeing.”

In the 2016 movie Spectral, the filmmakers had shown a moving Einstein-Bose condensate swirling around, killing people by freezing them from the inside and defying any attempts to destroy them with conventional weapons.

The movie too has led to a lot of buzz on the internet about the behaviour of the condensate

Bill Clinton Sent Officials to Area 51 to Check for Aliens?

Former President Bill Clinton this week revealed he sent his national security adviser to inspect Area 51 in Nevada for aliens when he served as president.

During an appearance on “The Late Late Show with James Corden” that aired on Thursday, Clinton said he and his former chief of staff, John Podesta — who he said “loved science fiction” — “made every attempt to find out everything about Roswell.”

“We also sent people to Area 51 to make sure there were no aliens,” he said, to which Corden questioned who went to the once-top secret military base.

“Oh, if I told you that…” Clinton joked, before revealing he sent his national security adviser, Sandy Berger, who died in 2015 from cancer.

“I said, ‘We gotta find out how we’re gonna deal with this because that’s where we do a lot of our invisibility research, in terms of technology, like how do we fly airplanes that aren’t picked up by radar and all that,'” the 42nd president said.

“So that’s why they’re so secretive. But there’s no aliens, as I know.”

Clinton went on to recall a vacation he and his wife, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, took in Hawaii in 2018, during which they visited the W. M. Keck Observatory. After touring the telescopes on the mountain, he said he met with scientists, asking them if they fought about “the likelihood of life in outer space.”

The scientists, Clinton told the crowd, said they have “huge arguments” about it.

“He said, ‘There are those of us who think it’s 85% likely and those of us who think it’s 95% likely,'” Clinton said. “These are people who spend their lives doing this.

“He said, ‘We think in other words, it’s very unlikely that there is not life.’ There are a billion — not a billion planets — a billion solar-like systems. There are lots of mysteries out there, which is why I think we should take good care of this planet; I think we oughta kind of hang on to it if we can. But I also think it should keep us humble. There’s a lot of stuff we don’t know,” he told the audience.

In May, Congress held its first hearing on UFOs in more than 50 years. While it didn’t reveal the existence of extraterrestrial life, it did affirm that the U.S. military is taking sightings of unknown craft seriously as a national security threat.

And last week, NASA announced that it was launching a team to study the mysterious sightings. Researchers will gather data on “events in the sky that cannot be identified as aircraft or known natural phenomena — from a scientific perspective.”

NASA’s science mission chief, Thomas Zurbuchen, said: “Our strong belief is that the biggest challenge of these phenomena is that it’s a data-poor field.”

The study, which will start this fall and last nine months, will be open to the public, with no classified data used.

Officer’s Secret Diary the Key to Roswell UFO Mystery?

When strange debris was found after a crash in Roswell, New Mexico in July 1947 Major Jesse A Marcel was the chief counterintelligence officer in the area.

Major Marcel was in charge of security at the Roswell Army Air Force Base at the time and may have been one of the first to attend the crash site.

Reports of an alien UFO sighting spread around the world and hysteria increased as theories that aliens had visited Earth sprung up everywhere.

What Major Marcel found at the site was initially described by a US military press release on July 8 as “the crash and recovery of ‘a flying disc”.

Major Marcel himself is said to have publicly described the wreckage as being ‘not of this earth’.

However, the US government changed the story the following day and claimed it was part of a military project which had crashed.

Now it is thought that Major Marcel’s diary could hold the key to whether aliens really did visit Earth and crash in Roswell.

The Major’s family believe he was pressured by the US government to retract his original statement of what he discovered.

The family has possession of his diary and have agreed for it to be investigated to try to find clues as to what happened on that fateful day in August.

Ben Smith, a former CIA operative, is leading the investigation.

Speaking to Sky History , Smith described finding strange signs in Major Marcel’s diary which could be a hidden message the intelligent officer was trying to reveal.

He said: “It has some pretty strange characteristics. Strangest of all is right at the period of Roswell, August 1947, you see a marked shift in handwriting style which can indicate a lot of things from duress to mental stability to writing in code.

“As an intelligence officer, he would have been trained in information security and some of that may have involved encryption. He was probably versed enough that if he had information to hide, that is how he would do it.

“We took this journal to a codebreaker and he attested to the fact that he sees clear signs of code.”

Smith added that he is not convinced that the debris found was part of a military project as the US government claimed.

It was stated that the crash site contained the wreckage not of a UFO but of a balloon used to detect sound waves by Soviet atomic bomb tests.

Theorists have speculated that the balloon story may be a cover up either to hide a more secretive military project or to hide away any evidence of alien life being found.

It is now believed that a thorough investigation into Major Marcel’s diary may offer more clues as to what the officer was trying to share to the world.

Many around the world still maintain that the Roswell incident is the closest the public has come to finding evidence of aliens visiting Earth.

Speculation around the incident became so intense that the US government released two reports about the events of July 1947 in the town explaining what happened.

But that did not stop rumors about extra-terrestrial life being discovered and the mystery remains as intriguing today as it has ever been.

UFO Seeking Hacker in Hot Water over NASA Breach

A British hacker has shared his findings after breaking into NASA files two decades ago.

The US tried to extradite Gary McKinnon after he gained access to NASA files, and threatened the 56-year-old hacker with 60 years behind bars.

Following lengthy appeals, then-home secretary Theresa May blocked McKinnon’s extradition, and he recently opened up about exactly what he found on NASA computers. 

Speaking to The Sun, McKinnon claimed to have unearthed ‘thousands’ of images, one of which showed a cigar-shaped alien spacecraft.

McKinnon gained access to the images between February 2001 and March 2002 and is certain the space agency is ‘covering up evidence of alien life’.

He explained: “It’s a fact that there are objects we don’t understand flying around in our skies, it’s also a fact that there are scientific, intelligence and military departments that study these objects.

“I was absolutely gobsmacked and those folders had thousands more images.”

At the request of US authorities, McKinnon was arrested in 2002 then again in 2005, and told his hacking had racked up more than $700,000 worth of damage. 

When blocking McKinnon’s extradition in 2012, May cited McKinnon’s Asperger’s syndrome and Keir Starmer – who was director of public prosecutions at the time – confirmed McKinnon would not face charges in the UK. 

McKinnon is certain that evidence of UFOs is being hidden in the US and was inspired to hack into NASA files after Donna Hare, a former NASA employee, claimed that the space agency had been ‘scrubbing images of UFO evidence’.

In a bid to verify Hare’s claims, McKinnon got access to NASA files and claims to have seen four folders marked: Filtered; Unfiltered; Processed; and Raw.

However, due to his slow internet connection, McKinnon was only able to grab one image from the space agency’s folders – that being the picture of a cigar-shaped spacecraft.

LADbible has approached NASA for comment. 

In May, the space agency announced it would step up its efforts to hunt for UFOs.

NASA confirmed it would assist the US government’s investigations into the search for extraterrestrial life following the first congressional hearings into ‘Unexplained Aerial Phenomena’ (UAPs) in more than 50 years.

During a 90-minute meeting in Washington late last month, officials told those in attendance that reports of UAPs had doubled in the last year.

It was decided that the US military would start considering unknown aircraft sightings as a matter of national security and an anonymous US government source confirmed the move will see NASA gather evidence from astronauts who claimed to have seen unidentified objects in space.

The source told MailOnline: “I suspect it will be a combination of efforts that will include perhaps firsthand eyewitness testimony of NASA employees and astronauts, and then perhaps a review of old archival footage to assess if there are some findings within the NASA archives that can help [the UAP task force].”

Pilot Films ‘Fleet of UFOs’ While Flying Over the Pacific

As pilots fly across the Pacific Ocean, there isn’t much to see – clouds, the sea below, maybe an occasional other plane – but what a pair of pilots saw while cruising at 39,000 feet over the Pacific was strange enough for one of them to break out his camera and start filming.

In his video, the pilot captured three rows of strange moving lights that appear to be flying and rotating. Some rows have three lights in them, others have four, and at one point a dot fades from the front row but is replaced by one in a row lower down. After a few seconds, they all disappear.

Other than a fleet of UFOs flying in formation, the pilots have no idea what they witnessed, even stating in the video, “I do not know what that is. That is some weird s***. That is something flying.”

*WARNING: This video contains profanity.*

Even though the pilots have logged many hours in the sky, they were still confused over the scene, and while some people are saying the video contains some of the best UFO footage they’ve watched, others are a bit more skeptical, pointing out that the lights look like anti-missle flares that a warship probably test fired.

However, as of now, there is no concrete explanation for what is shown in the pilot’s video.

As pilots fly across the Pacific Ocean, there isn’t much to see – clouds, the sea below, maybe an occasional other plane – but what a pair of pilots saw while cruising at 39,000 feet over the Pacific was strange enough for one of them to break out his camera and start filming.

In his video, the pilot captured three rows of strange moving lights that appear to be flying and rotating. Some rows have three lights in them, others have four, and at one point a dot fades from the front row but is replaced by one in a row lower down. After a few seconds, they all disappear.

Other than a fleet of UFOs flying in formation, the pilots have no idea what they witnessed, even stating in the video, “I do not know what that is. That is some weird s***. That is something flying.”

*WARNING: This video contains profanity.*

Even though the pilots have logged many hours in the sky, they were still confused over the scene, and while some people are saying the video contains some of the best UFO footage they’ve watched, others are a bit more skeptical, pointing out that the lights look like anti-missle flares that a warship probably test fired.

However, as of now, there is no concrete explanation for what is shown in the pilot’s video.

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UFO in Mexican Volcano?

Is it a mere coincidence that the longer the world sits in self-isolation thanks to a pandemic of unknown origin sweeping across the planet, the more significant UFO sightings are taking place? One would have to think not.

The latest mysterious appearance of a UFO, seen and documented on April 20th, comes to us from a familiar place for such happenings: Mexico.

More specifically, it comes to us, once again, from a volcano located near Mexico City called Popocatepetl or El Popo as the locals call it. The gigantic volcano is well-believed to be the home of at least one suspected secret alien base of operations thanks to the abundance of footage captured of crafts entering and exiting the mountain over the past several years.

UFO and alien expert Scott Waring explained the latest sighting on his website, “Here we see a catch from the live Popocatepetl volcano cam. The person caught a large glowing UFO exiting the mouth of the volcano and moving up into space. The ancient volcano is home to an alien base 5-6km below the surface that is the size of an entire city. UFOs are frequently seen on live came exiting and entering the volcano. This is just further proof that the alien base does exist and that the aliens living there have very large spacecraft. The mouth of the volcano is about 600 meters across. That makes this UFO about 50 meters across. This is 100% proof that aliens use this volcano to enter a base deep below.”

“It’s very possible the Mexican government has an agreement with the aliens to allow them continual use of this area. And possible getting some tech in exchange, which Mexico trades to the USAF for money.”

You hear that? 100% proof.

We’re getting closer and closer, folks.

Woman Who Claims To Have Been Abducted By Aliens Says She Can ‘Prove It’

A woman on TikTok not only claims that aliens abducted her, but says she can prove it too. Watch below:

As shown in the clip, Sheera Lumira Rejoice (@sheerarejoice) explained how aliens came ‘came to her house three years ago’.

She claims she has ‘ovarian scarring from egg removal’ visible in an ultrasound as proof of her extra-terrestrial encounter.

She says that it all started in 2018 after she experienced a case of ‘paralysis’ when trying to fall asleep on the sofa.

“I was freezing and my body couldn’t move. I looked over at the door and it opened, there’s a figure, a holographic-looking human figure,” Sheera explained.

TikTok/ @sheerarejoice
TikTok/ @sheerarejoice

The TikToker then ‘had her eggs removed’ but described the process as ‘pure bliss’.

She claimed: “This guy told me ‘you have three hybrid babies, you have three of your eggs taken’.

“I initially had no idea of this until I met this man and my intuition trusted him.

“I became sober from every stimuli you can think of – drinking, smoking, taking caffeine. I started going out into nature a lot more, healing myself and my body.

“I ended up changing my entire name because of how drastic this change was for me due to this experience.”

She captioned the clip: “And no, I have never willingly got my eggs removed.

“For context, they took 3 of my eggs.”

As well as the initial viral vid, Sheera uploaded four more videos where she really goes into detail about her ‘alien abduction’.

Credit: Instagram/sheerarejoice
Credit: Instagram/sheerarejoice

In part four, she concludes: “You can believe me, or you don’t have to, just know that not everybody lives in a scientific reality and some folks live in a very spiritual way and some experiences really do change peoples’ lives.”

The original viral post racked up a mega four million views and over 265,000 likes.

As you can imagine, not all of the comments section were believing her experience.

One user wrote: “The amount of people defending and validating this is insane.”

However, many were backing her story.

“I believe you girl. Who cares what people think! This is YOUR life,” someone else said.

A third user simply added: “I 100% believe you.”

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