Anyone who has been paying attention to anything other than Ukraine, Covid 19, and Hunter Biden knows that something fishy is happening besides the shenanigans in Washington. There has been a marked increase in UFO sightings in the last couple of years, with high-ranking ex-military people testifying before Congress, claiming to have actually seen and recovered alien bodies and technology.
Unfortunately, what should have been the bombshell of our lifetime has been reduced to a footnote due to our collective narcissism and infatuation with foreign wars and infighting at home. However, if these stories are true, life as we know it takes on a whole new meaning, and “we are not alone” becomes a statement of fact.
Recently, a Hollywood legend recounted her alleged up close and personal encounter with three aliens almost fifty years ago. Oscar-winning actress Goldie Hawn says she encountered three aliens during a late-night nap after a night of dancing, and the encounter changed her life.
The iconic actress explained during an episode of Apple Fitness+’s Time to Walk podcast that her alleged encounter took place in the California desert. She recalled: “I looked out the window, and I saw these two or three triangular-shaped heads. They were silver in color, slash for a mouth, tiny little nose, no ears. They were pointing at me, pointing at me in the car as if they were discussing me like I was a subject. And they were droning.”
Hawn claimed that she was physically unable to move, and as she continued, the story got emotional thinking about how it felt when the alleged aliens touched her face. She said the aliens “touched me, and it felt like the finger of God. It was the most benevolent, loving feeling. This was powerful. It was filled with light.”
The “Wildcats” star was 20 at the time of the alleged encounter, and it coincided with Hawn calling out months earlier for any aliens listening to come meet her. She said: “I know you’re out there, I know we’re not alone, and I would like to meet you one day.”
Hawn isn’t the only celeb to believe in extraterrestrial life. Blink-182 frontman Tom DeLonge went as far as to quit the band for a number of years to research UFOs full-time. DeLonge said in 2019: “I saw some really anomalous stuff one night out in the desert, zipping across the stars, horizon to horizon, zig zagging. That really blew my mind because no satellites move that way. But, I can’t tell you what it was. I think like most people, the stuff that I’ve seen is a lot of stuff on the Internet where I bet some of it really is true, but you really don’t know which pieces.”
Despite the findings from a NASA study last month that studied hundreds of UFO encounters and dubiously claimed there is “no reason” to believe any of them are from another planet. This flies directly in the face of the literal hundreds of thousands of people who have seen and claimed to have encountered alien life.
To assume that we are the only semi-intelligent life in the universe is narcissistic at best and potentially disastrous at worst. Perhaps our government should come clean if they have evidence and let the public consciousness prepare itself for the inevitable encounter with alien life.
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