There is a lot of talk about the James Webb Space Telescope and how this incredibly powerful tool could potentially detect signs of alien life inhabiting another world.
In other words, they already know these civilizations exist—they’re just trying to find a way to tell the public.
To add to that growing number of reports, claims are now being made that NASA secretly has alien contingency plans for when they encounter positive evidence of an alien civilization.
Why would they have a contingency plan for something they weren’t taking seriously?
I have been writing news stories since 2020 and I covered the Covid-19 plandemic; I recognize when information is being slow-dripped to the public and how the truth comes out. It comes out in waves just like what is happening now.
Take a look through these reports and let us know what you think in the comments section:
On Friday, The New York Post reported:
Researchers believe they’ve uncovered an alien planet that could have its own magnetic field, indicating it could be supporting extraterrestrial beings.
In a paper published to Nature Astronomy journal, astrophysicists found rocky planet YZ Ceti was deflecting repeated radio signals from the star it orbits around.
YouGov shared a related poll from the United Kingdom that revealed 13% of the European country believes the state should have a plan in place for an alien invasion.
Some may scoff at NASA's job ad for a planetary protection officer, but 13% of Brits say govt shd have contingency plans for alien invasion pic.twitter.com/NdP1XoXsao
— YouGov (@YouGov) August 2, 2017
One user explained that the Mexican government is moving toward full disclosure and referenced recent developments.
The Mexican government was the first sovereign government to announce that its military had interactions with UFOs years before a 2017 New York Times article forced U.S. officials to admit to the same thing.
The Mexican government is now disclosing UFOs and aliens to the public…NASA is doing an announcement this week as well with their findings.
The timing of this in conjunction with everything else that's going on is very telling imo, and they are really just trying to pile… pic.twitter.com/1a5IbtkSCd
— Inversionism (@Inversionism) September 13, 2023
Despite this, NASA continues to officially claim that no evidence of aliens exists, according to Reuters:
The NASA panel, comprising experts in fields ranging from physics to astrobiology, was formed last year and held its first public meeting in June.
“The NASA independent study team did not find any evidence that UAP have an extraterrestrial origin, but we don’t know what these UAP are,” Nelson said, adding that a goal of the agency is to “shift the conversation about UAP from sensationalism to science.”