Are extraterrestrials watching over us—and if so, what could their intentions be?
Some might laugh even at the mention of aliens—despite the high statistical likelihood of there being advanced life somewhere else in the universe—but what you’re about to read is nothing but testimonies from military personnel across the globe who claim to have seen UFO’s with their own eyes.
And the reason they give for being visited will leave you in awe…
“What we photographed up there affected me for the rest of my life,” added Jacobs during a CNN interview on Larry King Live, “and made a huge impact on my understanding of the universe, and of governmental manipulation of our minds.”
Jacobs, who was the first officer awarded with an insignia for guided missiles in the Air Force, was responsible for optical instrumentation with nuclear missiles to ensure they launched properly.
But on that transformative evening, he claims to have witnessed something inexplicable, exclaiming to his superiors, “We got a UFO!”
However, Jacobs’ superiors did not seem as excited and he was immediately told, “as far as you’re concerned, this didn’t happen.
You Can Watch His CNN Interview Here:
But Jacobs’ isn’t the only member of the military to witness a UFO.
According to Collective-Evolution:
“Another incident occurred at Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana, and is one of the most remarkable events in this history of UFO encounters with the military.
“This occurred in March of 1967 at a base that was responsible for a large amount of nuclear weapons.
“Witnesses here saw a red, glowing UFO hovering just outside the front gate. After that happened, all of the nuclear missiles shut down, and went completely dead.
“Below is a clip of Captain Robert Salas, one of the men involved in the incident, giving his testimony at the Citizens Hearing on Disclosure that took place a few years ago, where a number of academics, politicians, and ex-military gathered in front of several congresspeople to discuss the matter and what happened there:”
With all of these incidents occurring near or directly above nuclear missile sites, one must ask the question: are these UFOs attempting to hinder human nuclear experimentation to prevent apocalyptic destruction?
Well, it’s a theory that’s also been proposed by a high-ranking officer named Colonel Ross Derdickson who spent the majority of his career working on and near nuclear weapons sites.
According to Dedrickson, he received numerous “reports of visits by UFOs over the storage facilities…”
“We observed the UFOs were very much interested in the facilities (nuclear weapons manufacturing facilities) that were visiting…A couple of nuclear weapons that were sent out into space were destroyed by the extraterrestrials.
“And that is their (extraterrestrials) major concern, to preserve the integrity of the Earth because it affects their own system…
“There was one incident when we exploded a nuclear weapon over the pacific…and the disturbance that it caused because it shut out communications entirely over the pacific base for a number of hours in which no radio transmission was available at any time…
“This was one of the things that the extraterrestrials later I learned were highly concerned about because it affected our ionosphere and, in fact, space-craft were unable to operate because of the pollution in the magnetic field, which they depended upon.
“At the very end of the 70s and early 80s, we attempted to put a nuclear weapon on the moon and explode it for scientific measurements and other things (assess scientific data, reaction and so forth..), which was not acceptable to the extraterrestrials…
“They destroyed the weapon before it got to the moon….The idea of any explosion in space by any Earth government was not acceptable to the extraterrestrials, and that has been demonstrated by extraterrestrials over and over.”
So could it be that extraterrestrials are trying to warn—or flat out prevent humans from using nuclear weapons because we simply cannot be trusted with such massive power?
At this point, and given all of the testimony, it would not be surprising.
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