Astronaut Buzz Aldrin claimed in a July 19th C-SPAN interview that there is a monolith on one of the moons of Mars. Were UFOs involved? Watch the video below for verification.
Eugene Edward Aldrin, Jr., commonly known as Buzz, was pilot of Apollo 11’s lunar module and second man ever to set foot on the moon 40 years ago on July 20, 1969. For the first time in a public appearance, Aldrin is now joining the ranks of thousands of military and government officials who have suggested or described a major cover-up of UFOs.
Because the media has failed to focus public attention on the subject, few are aware of the many highly respected individuals who have publicly gone on record describing their awareness of programs involved with UFOs, ETs, and the related cover-up. Some were directly involved with UFO technologies.
Dr. Steven M. Greer’s Disclosure Project has documented testimony from hundreds of these courageous individuals. For a revealing summary of key excerpts from some of these distinguished individuals with links for verification, click here.
Buzz Aldrin’s recent statement either slipped out or was intentionally inserted into a C-SPAN call-in program commemorating the 40th anniversary of man reaching the moon. In the interview, he states:
We should go boldly where man has not gone before – fly by the comets, visit asteroids, visit the moon of Mars. There’s a monolith there. A very unusual structure on this little potato shaped object that goes around Mars once in seven hours. When people find out about that, they’re going to say “Who put that there?” Well, the universe put it there. If you choose, God put it there.
Watch a one-minute excerpt of the program where he makes this stunning statement in this video:
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