6/23/17 Update: Many mainstream reporting outlets are claiming this alien body is a hoax or fabrication. As far as I can find, there has been no official investigation or examination performed of this body besides the team that GAIA has put together. Although this could be a hoax, as mentioned in this original article, there is so far no direct evidence to this effect.
According to a recent GAIA special report, the mummified remains of a strange humanoid or alien body have been found in Nazca, Peru. UFO researcher Jaime Massan originally reached out to GAIA with the discovery, who then hired a team of researchers and scientists to examine the body. Although the verdict is still out about whether or not the body is alien, samples have been taken and more should be revealed soon. So far, the scientists working with GAIA do not believe the body to be human, due to it highly perturbed skull, three long fingers, and absence of ears. Another odd aspect about the body is that none of its organs had been removed, a practice typical with human mummification.
Researchers were also able to estimate that the body dated back to 245 to 410 AD.
According to a computer model, the ancient human or alien would have been five feet and six inches tall with an extremely large head:
What is also amazing about this story is the body wasn't found just anywhere, but in Nazca, Peru, the home of the famous Nazca Lines, and amazing ancient cave drawings that depict exotic entities similar the body discovered:
You can watch the full video report here:
What do you think of this incredible find? Is this evidence of an ancient alien species living on Earth? Will evidence like this help bring about the Disclosure of UFOs and aliens here on Earth? Or could this just be a hoax, or an example of an ancient human with deformities? Share your thoughts in the comments or share on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. In the meantime, check out all the latest news and features related to Disclosure right here!
Although the field of ufology has evolved dramatically over the years, collecting more and more credible witnesses, cases, and voices, may people still hold outdated myths about UFOs. Americans have grown up watching fiction movies and reading fiction books about flying saucers and aliens, after all, so it's easy to overlook the nonfiction side of things. Whether or not extraterrestrials are visiting planet Earth, UFOs definitely are, so let's debunk the top 5 myths about them...
5. Only Loons Believe in UFOs and Aliens
Many, if not most sightings of unidentified flying objects are reported anonymously. That's because witnesses fear criticism and judgment from their peers if they share about what they have seen. However, the truth is that many UFO witnesses are actually highly intelligent, high-ranking, and highly trusted. That's right! NASA astronauts, CIA directors, FBI agents, US Presidents, military generals, and more have all discussed their personal encounters and knowledge of UFOs and even aliens! The witnesses of some of the more famous and well-documented cases out there (like Roswell, the Phoenix Lights, and the Rendlesham UFO Incident) are more often than not members of the military, US Air Force, and police, not jokers or people unfamiliar with aviation. The CIA's first intelligence director Roscoe Hillenkoetter, for example, stated publicly: "Behind the scenes, high-ranking Air Force officers are soberly concerned about UFOs. But through official secrecy and ridicule, many citizens are led to believe the unknown flying objects are nonsense."
4. UFOs Became Popular in the 40s and 50s
The 1945 Roswell crash definitely ushered in a wave of science fiction comics and films. In 1950, the first-ever film depicting the typical alien flying saucer was released. It was called, unsurprisingly, "The Flying Saucer." Not long after that, in the 60s and going into the 80s, the first and most famous alien abduction cases in the US occurred. So, it's not necessarily a myth to say that UFOs, as we imagine them today - flying saucers with little green men in them - became popular in the 40s and 50s. However, UFOs, as we define them literally - unidentified flying objects - have been with us for a very long time. Did you know that one of the first recorded crashes of an alien spaceship actually occurred in Aurora, Texas in 1897, or that in 1801, a large moon-like UFO was reported over the UK? There are even documented sightings of UFOs going back to the 8th century, with countless ancient texts and artworks centering around strange areal phenomena.
3. UFOs Are Always "Alien" in Nature
While it's a valid theory that aliens are visiting Earth, that does not mean that all UFOs are extraterrestrial in origin. Many unidentified flying objects can be explained as meteors, top-secret military planes, drones, fireworks, flares, Chinese lanterns, ball lightning, etc., but that doesn't make them less worthwhile of investigation, as these objects can be newsworthy (like a drone invading someone's privacy, or a falling meteor with dangerous debris). Furthermore, the real truth about UFOs is still up for grabs. Besides aliens, modern researchers also theorize that UFOs could be advanced, man-made craft (perhaps reverse engineered from alien craft, or belonging to foreign enemies), powerful atmospheric phenomena that could be harnessed to generate "free energy," crashing satellites and other space junk or asteroids that NASA doesn't want us to know about, and more.
2. UFOs Are Being Kept Top-Secret
Government agents investigate UFOs in secret, stamping "top secret" or "classified" on just about every document they file, and quickly scooping up and covering up any evidence they find. The secret is out, though, and has been for a while. Today, you can go on government websites and browse declassified files on everything from the CIA's psychic remote viewing program to Roswell. The NSA and the FBI have both released their UFO files to the American people, and many credible, high-ranking members of the US government and military have all gone on record about their belief in UFOs and aliens. Although many photos, videos and testimony about UFOs often get debunked as a "hoax" by the mainstream media, the evidence is so persistent and ongoing that it somehow always manages to reach the masses. The phenomenon simply is too big and too real to be kept a secret.
1. UFOs Are Not Real
This is not just the most obvious UFO myth, it's also the most important one! Now that we have enough evidence and government disclosure to conclude that unidentified flying objects are real, we probably should move on to conversations about their origin and the implication of their existence for mankind. However, as long as people still believe that UFOs are just a myth, then Disclosure no doubt has a long way to go.
What do you think of these Top 5 UFO Myths? Do you have any to add? Share your thoughts on this story and more in the comments or on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
If you were hoping for Tom Delonge to announce a release date for his much-anticipated nonfiction UFO documentary, you might want to hold your breath. The only announcements we have been getting from the Delonge camp lately have been about his music and his fiction scifi empire. Instead of announcing a release date for a documentary revealing the truth about the UFOs and aliens, Delonge announced that he has hired actors and written the script for a fiction movie he will also be directing, called Strange Times.
Ahead of this news, Tom Delonge tweeted an eerie picture of a dead animal's bones with the caption "Scary things out there... - Stay tuned :)." The smiley face makes the tweet all the more confusing and hard to take seriously:
Delonge has been teasing very serious reveals about UFOs and aliens, however in 2017, he has done more joking and fantasizing about the topic than anything else. Can the UFO community take Delonge seriously anymore? It seems that he could actually be doing more harm than good to get the truth out right now, associating UFOs with fiction stories rather than real-life cases.
What do you think? Share your theories below in the comments or on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. And make sure to follow along with all the latest news on Disclosure and Tom Delonge.
Former FBI Director James Comey testified on Thursday, naturally giving life to many interesting news headlines around the nation. However, in the online UFO and conspiracy community - and even some other corners of the Internet - everyone was talking about the curious terminology Comey used when being interviewed by Senator John McCain. As Comey was analyzing some of Trump's communication style, he stated "I've had a lot of conversations with humans over the years" before being quickly cut off by McCain:
MCCAIN: Why didn't you ask him?
Many are wondering now if James Comey is an alien! What does give some thunder to this theory is that Comey is not only the former FBI director, but also the former vice president of Lockheed Martin, which along with the FBI, is often at the heart of many UFO cases! (Read: The FBI's case files on UFOs.) In the background of all this has also been UFO disclosure. Many in the UFO community believe a partial disclosure of the truth about UFOs and aliens is coming for the American people, and it may even include disclosure of the existence of the "Tall White Aliens" living here on Earth. Comey happens to be a very tall 6 feet and 8 inches.
Furthermore, in 2014, during Comey's time heading up the FBI and Barack Obama's presidential administration, there was an indeed a news report published in Iran detailing a plot by tall white aliens to control President Obama and the United States, as a result. This story was even echoed by NPR and Forbes before it quietly disappeared. Shortly after this, former presidential advisor John Podesta gave great fire to the UFO Disclosure movement, tweeting that "his biggest regret was "not securing the #disclosure of the UFO files."
What makes this story even more interesting, if you can believe it, is there have been others like it recently. For example, a year ago, the president of the EU mentioned talking to "other planet leaders," and this month, the president of Iran spoke out about a personal UFO sighting:
What do you think of this story? Is James Comey an alien trying to communicate with humans that confuse him, or just a lawyer who talks robotic at times? Considering this recent trend in strange slip-ups, could this be the beginning of Disclosure? Share your opinion in the comments below or on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. And make sure to keep up with all the latest on UFO and Alien Disclosure.
After rocker and UFO researcher Tom Delonge had to delay his announcements related to his UFO disclosure project, he got a lot of heat from the UFO community, who accused him of profiteering from the phenomenon. Shortly after that, Delonge teased the announcement again on Twitter:
Alongside this, a leaked trailer for his upcoming UFO documentary was discussed in a forum thread on Reddit.com. Apparently the trailer had been leaked before, but as far as I know, it is new to most people!
Many different expert quotes on UFOs can be heard throughout the trailer, and I doubt many will be surprised by them. However, there are some things Tom Delonge has "found out" through his research that he does share in the video, so I wanted to capture:
While the trailer overall is interesting, there are a few aspects of it that may tick off some people. John Podesta, who was part of the infamous Wikileaks email chain in which Delonge and him discussed a 'secret plan' to manipulate America's youth, is featured heavily in the trailer. As well, there is a typo... at one point the words "Anit-Gravity" can be seen in bright red text!
That said... here are some photo highlights from the trailer, as well as the trailer itself:
What do you think of this leaked movie trailer? Will you see the Tom Delonge UFO documentary? Do you think we will find out the truth about aliens and UFOs soon? Share your thoughts in the comments below, or share your thoughts on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
In the meantime, browse all the latest on UFO Disclosure and Tom Delonge.