Are Aliens Real? Facts & Answers

“People cannot speak of these things in public because it has been discouraged in the social discourse. That foreign craft are flying in your skies is an undeniable reality, and yet people do not want to think of it.” — The New Message on Alien Contact

Have you ever looked up at the skies and wondered if we’re alone out there? Are aliens real?

Our best science tells us that there are a billion trillion planets in the observable universe. Roll that number around in your mind for a bit. A billion times a trillion. It’s a lot of planets.

What do we know about alien life on other planets? Officially, science knows nothing at all. However, we can look at life on Earth and extrapolate based on our findings. It’s what astrobiologists do.

Life has shown itself to be extremely resilient. Scientists have found microbes thriving in the most extreme environments: hydrothermal vents at the bottom of the ocean, in nuclear reactors, on the edge of our atmosphere in space, etc. You wouldn’t expect life to be in these impossible environments, but it always seems to find a way.

A billion trillion.

Remember that number?

Consider the following: if we’ve proven that life can develop and operate in the most unfriendly environments, is it possible that life could have independently developed in far more favorable environments on other planets? After all, given the number of planets, there are certainly worlds just like Earth out there!

Are we unique? There’s absolutely no reason to think so. If life could develop on Earth, then alien life could certainly develop elsewhere.

Intelligence is a hugely advantageous evolutionary trait, so there’s every reason to also think that at least some alien life on other planets would have it. Intelligence means the possibility for technological development. Given a few thousand or million years head start, could aliens build technology to reach our shores?

“I know why you’re here, Neo… It’s the question that drives us, Neo. It’s the question that brought you here. You know the question, just as I did.” — The Matrix

Are aliens real?

You’re reading these words because you’ve opened your mind to the possibility that aliens are real and they’re on Earth. On a deeper level, you understand that governments are not giving us the whole truth about alien contact.

It’s a messy field to research. It really is. There’s just so much misinformation, deliberate disinformation, and wishful thinking about this subject that an honest seeker can easily feel overwhelmed. We understand.

With this page, we hope to create a good starting place for people first getting introduced to the subject. Ideally, this is the type of page you could share with your friends and family who are on the fence.

The Evidence

Has an alien craft landed on the White House lawn? No. If this is the only evidence that’ll convince you, you’re cheating yourself out of learning about the greatest event in human history.

The key to forming a clear picture about this sometimes murky topic is to collect a wide variety of evidence. Like putting a jig saw puzzle together, it all starts to slowly make sense as you connect the pieces.

It’s also important to focus on the best data we have. The strongest cases. The most credible witnesses. The most undoubted pictures and videos. Forget the rest; focus on the best.

The Best UFO Cases

The strongest cases are those that have been witnessed by a huge number of people. This removes the “he’s lying” or “she’s just crazy” arguments out of the picture.

The ones that catch government and military authorities off-guard are also significant given that this often leads to contradictory statements, laughable explanations, or outright lies. At the very least, it’s clear that they don’t want us to know about what really happened.

We recommend the following cases as your best starting place to answering the question, “Are aliens real?”:

 

 

 

 

 

4 thoughts on “Are Aliens Real? Facts & Answers

  • February 13, 2016 at 10:35 pm
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    There not real and not real.Its a fake history.My dad is a police which is a goverment and does know nothing about a single alien so there not real.

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  • August 27, 2016 at 10:54 am
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    Does something that basically looks and acts human come from a galaxy far away or somewhere a bit closer to home… underneath our feet, for example? Thinking of all the bizarre aquatic and other types of animals we have lurking, some as yet (and maybe forever) to remain undiscovered, the mimic octopus, for example. Is it more farfetched to believe that these creatures who have a definite physical form, technology not vastly further along than us (even our limited technology would seem magical or ‘alien’ just 100 years ago), and have even been known to breed with humans evolved *with us* here on Earth and at some point went underground or underwater (exactly where UFO’s/USO’s/UUO’s are seen to go) than to believe that they somehow evolved light years away and still look human and can breed with humans? As a reminder, even Earth species can’t interbreed unless they are fairly closely related. And even within our so called ‘human’ population, what incredible variation there is… Smoky, pasty, slanty-eyed or nonslanty-eyed, tall, small, thin or large, some who age quicker and some who age slower, some who have webbed toes and fingers, and some beautifully albino. Some who see visions, some who build bridges, some who raise armies, and some who conquer enemies. The Sea Gypsies are even evolving aquatic eyesight and the ability to hold their breath for extended periods, and in South America some have larger lungs and the ability to live in less oxygen because of the higher elevation. But being bald and have a bigger cranium, less hair, and longer limbs somehow makes one nonhuman, or not even nonhuman, but from a distant star system? Please use common sense.

    Like them or not, let’s at least get to know them first. 🙂 Seems like some want to take advantage of this general naiveté to call a pear a peach and make more wasteful conflict upon this beautiful Earth. Maybe someday we will be lucky enough to meet a real ET and not be eaten immediately, and then we can all have reasonable fear about an invasion, however, that day is not today. If we’re talking land or ocean rights between Earthly citizens, that is calling a pear a pear! Humans are aquatically evolved, though only partly. See Aquatic Ape Hypothesis. Greys are even more aquatic, a more childlike, or even fetal, version of a human, such as we are in the womb, surrounded by water. They have to revert to an infant stage, even as an adult (see Neoteny), in order to evolve into something other than the normal adult version, in order to become aquatic, although this type of evolution probably ceased a million years ago. See Axolotls. This is also what has granted them the larger skull and brain size, empathy and even telepathy (it’s said), intelligence and creativity.

    From one person, I am tired of them being called ‘aliens’ and ET’s… I’d rather call them ‘friends’. Even if they left Earth and came back, they are to me no more or less than another branch of our human tree. ****There is no ‘invasion’****. They’re family. Even when they think they can own us or try to take more than their fair share (of steak, for example). 😉 Let’s judge ourselves and our own actions before judging these beings. There could be a lot at stake.

    Personally, I think they are awesome beings who (like humans) can sometimes be wicked, but generally quiet, kind, extraordinary beings that belong here just like us. We need them. There is a lot for them to teach us, if after all this they will still teach us, if we can learn.

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    • August 27, 2016 at 3:06 pm
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      D- would you say a person who comes into your home without your permission, takes away people and takes your things is a “friend” or is “family”??? Because that is exactly what Aliens who intervene in our world are doing. Not all Aliens are bad and humanity does have Allies in space, but the ones who are here on Earth are not our friends. For more, please read the Allies of humanity briefings.

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  • August 27, 2016 at 5:55 pm
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    We do exactly this and more to the other creatures on Earth, and some still think it’s okay. Not only this, but worse. We tag animals, use them in experiments, and for meat. Yet, we are also great healers who go out on the plains of Africa with a team of 10 men to help an elephant who’s been wounded. You know, tranquilize, do surgery, sterilize, and when this elephant wakes up he doesn’t know. He knows humans have killed his brothers, sisters… Of course if any being is being a jerk you can withhold your friendship, but does that mean we need to wipe the whole species off the Earth? Is it okay to demonize them and spread untruths such as that they are extraterrestrials invading our planet? Is it necessary to judge a whole species due to the actions of a few? (Please relate this to your own species if you answer.)

    Haven’t we lost enough species as is it? Let alone one as ancient and wise as they (some of them!) are.

    Another pertinent question may be power structure and greys who simply have no choice. If you are talking about other species, I have no knowledge of any species that are actually extraterrestrial. ‘Greys’ look mostly human, ‘Nordics’ look completely human, ‘Reptilians’ look like …reptiles, another species evolved on Earth. Heh.

    Maybe they are having the same type of discussion somewhere in the world, right now! 😀 Absolutely, both sides need to come to a more compassionate view of the other. Then we can begin to heal the rift. In order to expect more compassion it is vital to begin to have compassion towards them.

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