We are not alone in the Universe

We are not alone in the Universe

Numerous studies from all over the world say that we are not alone in the Universe. And perhaps we are not even descendants of primates, but to know the truth, we must wait for a few more decades. However, it is certain that governments and superpowers tend to conceal any anomalous sightings in the sky and make any testimony, and of course, any witnesses disappear into oblivion. In the age of fake news, it is difficult to distinguish the liar from the sincere.

Since the beginning of the space age, from the first missions of Soviet cosmonauts to those of American astronauts, the UFO issue – as it was logical to assume – has never been the responsibility of space agencies. Yet there are numerous sightings reported by men engaged in explorations beyond our atmosphere, from the pioneering times of Gagarin to the Gemini missions, to the Apollo missions, lunar landings, and subsequently the shuttle missions.

American and Russian astronauts have repeatedly reported the presence of anomalous objects near their spacecraft. Such encounters still occur to this day, yet they continue to make us believe that we are the only ones beneath a blanket of stars.

Just yesterday, on Leonardo, Thomas Hertog, the scientist who worked alongside Stephen Hawking for the last twenty years, spoke about parallel solar systems to ours, where a finite number of Earths with the same atmosphere, the same humanity, and probably better technology, orbit among the Sun, Moon, and planets. The research has not been published yet, but it will be a revelation in the coming months. Therefore, it is decidedly unthinkable to be alone in the world, unless you suffer from egocentrism. Someone up there is observing us, probably always has been.

Below is an outdated list of UFO sightings during NASA missions:

  • June 3, 1965: James McDivitt (Gemini 4) photographed an unknown object over Hawaii.
  • February 20, 1962: John Glenn (Mercury) reported seeing a luminous globe that followed him during the mission.
  • 1962: Scott Carpenter (Mercury) claimed to have seen anomalous luminous particles.
  • October 3, 1962: Walter Schirra (Mercury) reported seeing the same luminous particles.
  • May 16, 1963: Gordon Cooper (Mercury) reported that a bright green object with a reddish trail approached his spacecraft. The object was detected by the Mucrea listening station, and the dialogue was broadcast by NBC.
  • December 4, 1965: Lovell and Borman (Gemini 7) encountered and photographed a UFO.
  • 1966: Young and Collins (Gemini) photographed unidentified objects.
  • 1966: Conrad and Gordon (Gemini 11) photographed a UFO.
  • 1968: Schirra, Eisele, and Cunningham (Apollo 7) photographed two unknown objects.
  • Anomalies continued during the Apollo 11 lunar mission until the landing, which appeared to occur in the presence of two large UFOs.
  • November 1969: The Apollo 12 spacecraft was followed by a UFO, according to the testimony of Conrad, Gordon, and Bean.
  • December 1971: Apollo 14 mission. Sheppard spotted unidentified lights.

And sightings continue to this day, not just in space, but with ongoing reports from civilians from every corner of the world. However, the official information we receive is mostly disinformation. It’s manipulated and adapted.

Apollo 11 Mission – July 21, 1969. Who was with Aldrin and Armstrong on the Moon? What did Armstrong and NASA Mission Control say shortly after landing? This is the text collected from amateur radio stations in different parts of the world: Armstrong: What was it? What the hell was it? That’s what I want to know. NASA: What’s there?… malfunction… Mission Control, call Apollo 11. Armstrong: Those things are huge, sir, enormous! Oh, God, you wouldn’t believe it! I’m telling you there are other spacecraft out here… they’re lined up on the edge of the crater… Buzz Aldrin, in Italy to celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Apollo 11 landing, said in the presence of Neil Armstrong: “There was a UFO with us. Shortly after leaving Earth’s gravitational field headed for the Moon, all three of us, Neil Armstrong, Mike Collins, and I, saw a bright object following us at a distance. We informed Houston.”

NASA has always denied this, of course, but the questions remain. On the Soviet side, for a long time, little was learned about the experiences of the cosmonauts. However, the silence was broken on several occasions when the rigid Soviet system loosened its grip on the constraints dictated by protocol. After all, as Charles Elachi, director of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, has told us, “It’s very likely that we will encounter aliens because we live in the golden age of space exploration.”

Federico Di Mattia