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Alien Hand Confirmed With Xray As Non Human Found In Desert Cave of Peru, Video, UFO Sighting News.

This alien hand seems impossible, but X-rays confirm that real bones are below the skin. Humans have three bones in each finger area, yet this has 6 bones, so we know its not human. DNA results cannot tell us its an alien since we have no aliens to compare it too. Instead DNA results will only say the DNA […]

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New Alien Mummy Discovered In Peru Near Nazca Lines?

A new anomalous discovery has been unearthed in Peru. Filmmakers of gaia.com Joined scientists and researchers outside of Nazca, Peru to investigate the discovery of an unearthed mummified body. Universities and independent scientists are currently analyzing findings and probing material that is unlike anything found in Peru. Is this a primitive human with intentionally developed […]

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Aerospace exec says aliens not only exist, they’re living on Earth right now

When you consider the vastness of the universe — and the sheer number of other galaxies, planetary systems, and potentially habitable worlds it contains — it’s extremely hard to imagine that Earth is the only planet to harbor life. That, more or less, is the stance of many who believe aliens exist, but publicly stating […]

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Creepy Stories and Theories About the Black Knight Satellite

Black Knight satellite conspiracy theories are so juicy you wanna believe them. From ancient civilizations to alien technology, the source material is too good to be denied. Nikola Tesla is even involved. Everything connected to Tesla is too good to be true, including David Bowie’s portrayal of him in Christopher Nolan’s The Prestige. Wait, and didn’t Nolan also […]

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New DNA Testing on 2,000-Year-Old Elongated Paracas Skulls Changes Known History

The elongated skulls of Paracas in Peru caused a stir in 2014 when a geneticist that carried out preliminary DNA testing reported that they have mitochondrial DNA “with mutations unknown in any human, primate, or animal known so far”. Now a second round of DNA testing has been completed and the results are just as controversial – […]

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Are Prehistoric Giants Waiting in a Stasis Chamber in Iran?

A few days ago, a pair of YouTube videos started making the fringe history rounds, alleging to depict the discovery of two incorruptible bodies in Iran in 2008, bodies that date back more than ten thousand years. Depending on which version of the videos you happened to encounter, you might see the bodies referred to […]

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Is A “Breakaway Civilization” Behind The Mysterious Secret Space Program?

Richard Dolan author of, UFOs and the National Security State 1&2, and A.D. After Disclosure, came up with the term Breakaway Civilization to describe a separately evolving covert, technically advanced community of people with trillions of dollars of resources siphoned off from our host society. This very autocratic, even fascist elite society uses fear, greed […]

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A glimpse at the most promising life-sustaining exoplanets

For as long as man has looked up at the heavens, he’s pondered one question: Are we alone in the universe? While the answer remains unclear, there’s a tonne of research being conducted to determine just what life-sustaining planets beyond Earth might exist — and what they might look like. There’s no shortage of imaginative […]

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Don’t mess with aliens, warns director Ridley Scott

Another chapter in the “Aliens” saga is about to be released, and that gives director and “Alien” franchise founder Ridley Scott a chance to talk to the media about aliens again. This time he is warning people not to mess with any visitors from advanced civilizations or else you might be “taken out.”

Ridley Scott. (Credit: Gage Skidmore/Wikimedia Commons)

Ridley Scott. (Credit: Gage Skidmore/Wikimedia Commons)

First, I have to brag a bit. Sorry. But as I write this I am excitedly awaiting a sneak peek of “Alien: Covenant,” the second prequel to the legendary franchise. While writing is not always lucrative, it can get you some perks, like early press movie screenings. The movie is set to officially release in the U.S. on May 19.

I am not as used to thrillers as I was when the first “Alien” movies came out, or even the first prequel, “Prometheus,” so I hope I do not squeal in the theater, or worse, wet myself in terror. This one is supposed to be pretty scary.

Even scarier than watching aliens wreak havoc on innocent human colonists seeking to find a new life on an extraterrestrial planet is the real-life prospect of getting annihilated by visitors from outer space.

“I believe in superior beings. I think it is certainly likely,” Scott recently told  Agence France-presse (AFP). “An expert I was talking to at NASA said to me, ‘Have you ever looked in the sky at night? You mean to tell me we are it?’ That’s ridiculous.”

However, if you “see a big thing in the sky,” Scott says you better run for it. Because, according to Scott, “they are a lot smarter than we are, and if you are stupid enough to challenge them you will be taken out in three seconds.”

In his movies, Scott’s aliens dispatch humans even faster than that.

This, of course, is not the first time Scott has shared his ideas about extraterrestrial life. In the first of the “Alien” prequels, “Prometheus,” suggested that life on earth was seeded by an intelligent alien species. This idea is the focus of the television series Ancient Aliens, and was referred to as the “ancient astronaut theory” in the 70s. It was popularized by a series of books written by Eric van Daniken. Books that Scott has apparently read.

While promoting “Prometheus” in 2011, Scott told the Hollywood Reporter:

NASA and the Vatican agree that is almost mathematically impossible that we can be where we are today without there being a little help along the way . . . That’s what we’re looking at (in the film), at some of Eric van Daniken’s ideas of how did we humans come about.

One of my favorite scenes from “Prometheus” is when the protagonists are landing their spaceship in a valley surrounded by mountains. It is a beautiful shot. At the far end of the valley is a mountain that looks like an ancient extraterrestrial ruin, and, of course, it turned out it was.

Extraterrestrial valley from a scene in “Prometheus.” (Credit: 20th Century Fox)

Scott’s reference to the growing belief that life must exist elsewhere in the universe, coupled with the burgeoning private space industry, makes his version of the future more and more likely. The idea that humans may discover ancient alien relics one day, like in the landing scene, fuels my deep interest in these topics. I just hope that when, or if, we do discovery intelligent alien life, it has more regard for us earthlings than the aliens in Scott’s movies.

Fortunately, I would argue, most scientists do not share Scott’s pessimistic outlook on our galactic neighbors. Sure, Stephen Hawking is often talking about how aliens might treat us like the Europeans treated Native-Americans, but others, such as Carl Sagan and Michio Kaku disagree. In fact, Time Magazine recently posted an article on why scientist do not think aliens will eat us.

So sleep tight tonight, and do not fear being mauled by aliens (fingers crossed). However, I will not blame you if you take Scott’s advice and run the opposite direction if you see a UFO. Better safe than sorry, right?

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