Apollo 14 astronaut claims peace-loving aliens prevented ‘nuclear war’ on Earth

Apollo 14 astronaut claims peace-loving aliens prevented ‘nuclear war’ on Earth

Marvin the MartianFrom “The Day the Earth Stood Still” to “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” to “E.T.,” pop culture is filled with stories about friendly, curious extraterrestrials visiting Earth to learn more about mankind. For Apollo 14 veteran Edgar Mitchell that plotline is less fiction than it is reality. The sixth man to walk the surface of the moon told Mirror online that he believes peace-keeping aliens visited our planet to prevent a nuclear war between Russia and the United States.

The idea sounds far-fetched, but Mitchell claims that military insiders viewed strange flying crafts cruising over U.S. missile bases and the White Sands facility in New Mexico, the site of the first-ever nuclear bomb detonation in 1945.

“They wanted to know about our military capabilities,” he said. “My own experience talking to people has made it clear the ETs had been attempting to keep us from going to war and help create peace on Earth.”

Mitchell, who grew up near the famous Roswell site in New Mexico, said that he has heard from various Air Force officers who claim UFOs were a regular site during the Cold War. SOURCE

OK, this is going to be a HUGE deviation from my normal blogging pattern and it may leave *some* folks wondering about my sanity and Christian beliefs, I hope they don’t judge me too harshly. 

I know we ALL came from somewhere, but where; I don’t know, but I have a very vivid imagination and I have always been a scientific type person.

For instance; I lived in the high desert of West Texas for a long time and I spent many hours on clear, dark nights with binoculars looking into the heavens. I have seen some very *strange* things over the years, things I can’t begin to explain, and things that are, quite frankly, very hard to understand, but let it suffice to say, I believe there are *others* out there, some ONE or some THING.

I simply don’t understand how some people can believe that we, the human race, is ALL there is in the vast expanse of the universe. Simply look into the night sky and observe what you see from your average back yard in a metropolitan or suburban area and then think of this; you’re seeing nothing compared to what is REALLY out there as you can see it in remote desert areas. That view is miniscule compared to what the Hubble Telescope sees or what is seen from the International Space Station, or some other *classified* viewing source. 

There are billions of stars in the night sky, just what you can see in the Milky Way galaxy, then imagine if you will how many *other* galaxies exist in the universe. And something to consider; each of those stars could easily have a *solar system* with planets circling that particular star, suppose only 1% of an estimated 100 BILLION stars have a planet going round and round that can support life? Then, what would the odds be for life, intelligent life, to exist somewhere in 100 to 200 BILLION galaxies?

While estimates among different experts vary, an acceptable range is between 100 billion and 200 billion galaxies, Mario Livio, an astrophysicist at the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore, told Space.com. SOURCE

It would take a rather simple mind to read this and then imagine that out of the BILLIONS of galaxies and who knows how many solar systems that can and do exist within those galaxies, and with all the possibilities for an unfathomable number of planets, how can ANY thinking person possibly believe that WE are all that exists, in ALL of that space, that we’re it, the only thing that resembles an intelligent race?

“They told me UFOs were frequently seen overhead and often disabled their missiles,” he added. “Other officers from bases on the Pacific coast told me their (test) missiles were frequently shot down by alien spacecraft.”

Some are understandably skeptical about this theory that diplomatic aliens have traveled the cosmos to disarm U.S. military weapons.

Other than the information contained in the original story I have no inside knowledge of military secrets or otherwise classified information, but we all *hear* things from time to time if you happen to work in the right circles.

Nothing is truly *secure* or *TOP SECRET*, people talk, it’s what they do, and more times than not they talk freely believing that everyone is as secure and as loyal as they can be and won’t reveal their *secrets* to others.

Wrong.

Were we saved by altruistic ET’s? Now there is a question for the ages, you see, I DO believe in galactic travelers, I also believe that we may well be the result of their *seeding* of Earth and that they may well have kept an eye on us, allowing us to go our way and do our own thing but not to the point of total destruction.

“Given that the Universe is around 14 billion years old, if we’re being visited, it’s unlikely we’re dealing with a civilization just a few hundred years ahead of us, so stories of aliens managing to disrupt a few of our weapons tests are far-fetched,” Nick Pope, former Ministry of Defense UFO researcher, told Mirror online. “Chances are they’d be millions of years ahead of us and could do anything they wanted to.”

If they have visited us, and I seriously believe that they have not only visited us but may well be among us now, it would have to be a reality that their technology would be so far advanced to ours that no scientist on Earth could even remotely understand it.

We are, I believe, in our infancy in development, we haven’t sent manned missions to Mars yet. Intergalactic travel is so far ahead of where we are today that many can’t even  comprehend its possibility.

It won’t happen in MY time but it WILL happen; the mysteries of the universe will be ours and all the questions WILL be answered, and those answers will be astounding.

Space; the final frontier … Beam me up Scotty.

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16 Responses to Apollo 14 astronaut claims peace-loving aliens prevented ‘nuclear war’ on Earth

  1. dekare says:

    I am sure that the Chinese or the Russians can confirm this story after they are done sifting thru hiLIARy’s emails that they have.

    I have a grandfather that was absolutely brilliant. Qualified for pilot school during WWII. Could build anything with his bare hands. Built several beautiful homes, and maintained all of the family cars by himself. He helped me build a crystal radio once, which I thought was amazing, and showed me how to figure out and solder parts on a circuit board (back in the day of glass tubes). He would sit down with a pencil and paper and figure out all kinds of mysteries. The smartest man in the world to me at the time.

    When he got older, he ate oatmeal a lot, constantly looked for his keys even though he was not going anywhere or had driven in over a decade. Could never find his glasses and was always asking where they were, when in fact they were almost always on his head. As he got older, his stories got grander and grander, until you knew he was just plain not speaking the truth. He thought he was, it’s just that he lost his filter between reality and fantasy. I think that the smarter someone is, the more they use up their brain, and when they get older, its all used up, and the only thing left is mumble jumble. Great man…but he is no longer that man.

    I wonder if this astronaut has what grandpa had.

  2. In this day and age…I would not rule anything out…just look who is the alleged leader of this country is… or does it depend what IS IS?? I am confused!!

  3. “It won’t happen in MY time but it WILL happen; the mysteries of the universe will be ours and all the questions WILL be answered, and those answers will be astounding.”

    Scientifically speaking, it may be impossible to go beyond the bounds of our universe as we appear to be constrained by the framework within which we exist and perceive our environment.

    To postulate the possibility of an existence beyond the boundaries, would be to overcome the known physics of spacetime. However, because our sensory systems are limited by physical constraints, the answers may exist right here, right know, in a parallel universe that can be accessed by a process analogous to a “phase shift.”

    If one considers the narrow parameters of the few physical constants that appear necessary to sustain life on Earth, one might consider that tweaking those parameters might produce a different type of spacetime and definition of life. Consider that a rock may be a silicon-based life form operating in a different timescale. But that’s why yesterday’s science fiction is becoming today’s reality.

    At least we have Texas Fred trying to make our country a better place right here and right now.

    • mark says:

      One citizen I hope you don’t eat oatmeal. …

      • Yep, I do. With cinnamon, raisins, apples, and apricots. We are in a growing area and have a great packaging operation in the Nut House nearby. http://www.somisnuthouse.com/. Used to be greeted at the door by a big dog — until the damn health inspector got in the way. There is a difference between country and city folk that sometimes confuse and conflate the issues that make life worth living.

    • TexasFred says:

      I look at, and into, many facets of life… Yes, making our country a better place is my primary goal but looking at where we REALLY came from totally fascinates me…

      And I love me some cinnamon and raisins in MY oatmeal… :)

  4. BobF says:

    I wouldn’t doubt your Christian beliefs. There are things in the Bible concerning the universe that if people would actually believe the words that are written will blow their minds.

    But, I’ll just use this passage of Scripture. Imagine a man living 600 BC describing something he just saw flying. He has nothing to reference it to except things he comes in contact with daily. No Star Wars, Star Trek, movies, etc. What is this man describing below?

    Zechariah 5:1-2 Then I turned, and lifted up mine eyes, and looked, and behold a flying roll. And he said unto me, What seest thou? And I answered, I see a flying roll; the length thereof is twenty cubits, and the breadth thereof ten cubits.

  5. Ron Stabb says:

    I saw the headline last week about the Astronaut sighting and didn’t bother to read the story.
    Alien sightings usually start right before Halloween every year, so this one is a little early.
    The eternal questions: Where did we come from and where are we going? Who is God? Did he create us or did we create him?
    Being born and raised a Roman Catholic (whatever the fuck that is) I have to run on faith.
    Fred, I agree with you about the vastness of the Universe and to think we are the only planet with intelligent life is naive. I figure anyone smart enough to travel at the speed of light and look down here and see the mess created by us they would keep going to somewhere where it’s nice and peaceful.
    ps. I hate Oatmeal.

    • TexasFred says:

      I used to hate it too… My grandfather made this crap that was so bad and so thick you could use it to patch potholes in a concrete road… “Eat a bowl of this boy, it’ll stick to your ribs all day long…”

      And to your colon for the next 30 days too… :(

  6. Wayne says:

    Interesting conversation. As I worked in manufacturing for over 40 years, I was able to witness the advances made in machine tools and the materials that were developed as a result of our interest in space travel. Ancient Aliens, the tv show, highlights stone “carvings” that couldn’t possibly be made, let alone be duplicated with such precision, without some form of machine tool. I have been watching the shows and am amazed by the opinions of the experts. They all seem to look at the accuracy of the work and come away with the same conclusion. They were made with the help of extraterrestrials. I would love to see these things up close myself. WE are not alone.

    • One small example: no one can truly and with definition precisely explain how the Egyptians built the pyramids utilizing blocks of stones weighing tons and tons. Blocks and tackle? Thousands of humans pushing? Just how? Superior mathematics? Clearly, their engineering was massively ahead of its time.

      BZ

  7. dekare says:

    At one time, man would stand on the beach and look out. Just a simple tribe, looking across the ocean and wondering what is beyond that. Is there an edge we fall off? What is over there? Are there people like us out there. Having no idea of the Americas or other contents. They thought they were so smart. they had tools, had fire, could hunt and grow things…they knew it all. But they knew nothing about what was over there.

    That is us still today. Only we are looking up. Our canoes are space shuttles, that will one day look like the Mayflower in comparison to what we will one day build to go deep into space. We think we are so technologically advanced. But when it comes to space, we are that same simple tribe. We have so much to learn. I wish I could live long enough to know what is out there. I am sure there is another race smart “beings” that are looking up just like us. The statistics are way too overwhelming to believe we are the only ones. There has to be another “earth” or another planet that supports some sort of life.

    When I think of how there are billions of galaxies and each galaxy has a billion suns, surrounded by billions of planets….”OUCH”. Well, I feel I would be arrogant to think we are it. For all we know, a civilization greater than ours has risen and fallen a hundred times over, and they are now long gone on a planet that blew up a billion years ago. It may be a billion years, but long after we are gone, there will be one celled critters swimming in a planet a trillion light years from here.

    Amazing stuff. We are a small simple minded tribe with tiny canoes exploring only a few hundred feet from our shores. We have simple tools, and no concept of what is really out there. We have ideas, but I bet they fall far short of what really is. I would love to know it, see it, but alas, our childrens, childrens, childrens, times a hundred will not live to see all of it.

  8. Petermc3 says:

    Even the aliens got pissed off when we took God, the Ten Commandments and the Golden Rule out of the public domain. Now they may be circling, waiting for the straight members of any professional sports team to come out en masse and proclaim they are heterosexual before they save us from ourselves. Either that or we may need to eat more Quaker Oats, H-O Oats, Wheatina or Ralston.

  9. It wasn’t so long ago that we, as a nation, had actual aspirations beyond the planet. We managed to send two men to the surface of the moon in 1969 by way of Caucasoids in starched short-sleeved shirts with ties, thick glasses and slide rules. The LEM contained a computer with less calculatory power than the average digital watch today.

    Now, NASA is nothing but a black hole that eats dollars and shits incompetence. Actual space advances today are made privately. We have to rely on the Russians to provide vehicles to the ISS.

    That said, you’d be a fool to think that, in the entire universe — which is unending — we are the only life extant. I don’t believe that for a moment. What I do believe is that we have perhaps been “visited” in the past and some of those visits may have been documented in various ways via any number of cultural fashions, through religious artifacts or physical evidence.

    I believe in God and I believe in many forms of science. I don’t think those two things absolutely must be mutually exclusive. There are those who are strict constructionists of the bible but I don’t believe every word of it, and here is why: I believe in God, not Man. And it was Man who decided what to include in the bible via the Council of Nicea — essentially a political group. Politics were as rampant then as now, just as biased but with religion as a basis.

    I’m getting to my point and that is this. Some day we may actually find some form of intelligence visiting the planet overtly. This arrival will be documented as never before, for obvious reasons. An intelligence sufficiently advanced to put a ship on our soil is sufficiently advanced as to appear like magic to us.

    The day that occurs, a number of persons may deny the fact due to their religious beliefs, as in God created Adam and Eve but no other. I don’t believe that for a moment either, for the reasons written above.

    Are we truly the only “intelligence” in the universe?

    “I don’t believe that for a moment.”

    BZ

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