Scientists claim peace-loving Alien comes on earth several times for bring peace

Scientists claim peace-loving Alien comes on earth several times for bring peace. Apollo 14 astronaut claims peace-loving aliens prevented ‘nuclear war’ on Earth.

The Day the Earth Stood Still” to “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” to “E.T.

Pop culture filled with stories about friendly, curious extraterrestrials visiting Earth to learn more about mankind.

For Apollo 14 veteran Edgar Mitchell that plotline is less fiction than it is reality.

The sixth man to walk the surface of the moon told Mirror online that he believes peace-keeping aliens visited our planet to prevent a nuclear war between Russia and the United States.

The idea sounds far-fetched, but Mitchell claims that military insiders viewed strange flying crafts cruising over U.S. missile bases.

And the White Sands facility in New Mexico, the site of the first-ever nuclear bomb detonation in 1945.

Scientists claim Alien comes on earth several times for bring peace.

They wanted to know about our military capabilities,” he said. “My own experience talking to people has made it clear the ETs had been attempting to keep us from going to war and help create peace on Earth.”

Scientists claim peace-loving Alien comes on earth several times for bring peace.

Mitchell, who grew up near the famous Roswell site in New Mexico, said that he has heard from various Air Force officers who claim UFOs were a regular site during the Cold War.

Scientists claim peace-loving Alien comes on earth several times for bring peace.

Scientists claim peace-loving Alien comes on earth several times for bring peace.

They told me UFOs frequently seen overhead and often disabled their missiles,” he added.

Other officers from bases on the Pacific coast told me their (test) missiles frequently shot down by alien spacecraft.”

Some are understandably skeptical about this theory that diplomatic aliens have traveled the cosmos to disarm U.S. military weapons.

Given that the Universe around 14 billion years old, if we visited, it’s unlikely.

We’re dealing with a civilization just a few hundred years ahead of us, so stories of aliens managing to disrupt a few of our weapons tests are far-fetched,

Nick Pope, former Ministry of Defense UFO researcher, told Mirror online. “Chances are they’d be millions of years ahead of us and could do anything they wanted to.