8 of the Craziest
Alien Conspiracy Theories
By Cel Ortega
We may never be able to prove the existence of extraterrestrial beings observing humankind from afar in our lifetime, but that doesn’t mean we’ll stop believing in the possibility. Over the past decades, we’ve heard thousands of crazy stories and conspiracy theories regarding alien life forms and the government’s role in the grand scheme of things. And no matter what we personally accept as the truth, we can’t silence that tiny voice in our head that tells us to believe in some of it.
Which of these theories have you heard of?
The unexplained disappearance of MH370
This is what it says, pay close attention that there’s an “S” right before danger, meaning that’s the recording is on a continuous loop, it’s not a message set to play once it goes to voicemail pic.twitter.com/G77xkLVuKh
— Uzumaki (@jvstinfox) March 15, 2018
Up to now, no one knows for sure what happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 back in March 8, 2014 when it disappeared without a trace en route to Beijing, China. No bodies were recovered in the 3-year search, and only a handful of debris were collected within the suspected crash site, leaving the rest of us merely speculating what caused it to vanish.
Most recently, the MH370 mystery is being linked to an alien abduction and an all-new Doomsday date after a Twitter user reported to have received strange voice messages on his phone that, when deciphered, said “S Danger SOS it is dire for you to evacuate be caution they are not human 042933964230 SOS Danger SOS.” The numbers, some users claimed, were coordinates of two different locations — one in Africa and one near Malaysia — which are believed to be close to the MH370 crash site. This left users wondering whether the message was a warning from the vanished aircraft about something otherworldly it had encountered.
Ty, the Twitter user that had received the messages, also started getting private messages in his account in different languages, morse code, and one with just numbers, all of which translate to cryptic messages relating to an imminent alien invasion seemingly scheduled to be on April 18, 2018.
18/04/18 April pic.twitter.com/hNSU6YPw65
— Ty (@strayedaway__) March 19, 2018
Another Twitter user named Basspeare also claimed to have received the same voicemail as Ty but with a lengthier message which starts: “This is not a test, this is not a joke. Over the past several years we have been wanting to send an automated voice message to people who understand and are not afraid. One message at a time will make many know the truth. The truth that other biological beings have been walking the supreme creation that sustains life. Earth.”
— Basspeare (@basspeare) March 17, 2018
UFO sighting by two different pilots
It’s one thing when somebody says they saw something alien. But when another person claims the same thing, then that’s when you start to wonder.
In a report by the Phoenix New Times last March 2018, two different pilots of two separate planes both reported an unidentified flying object hovering above their aircrafts as they were cruising over southern Arizona. When the official from the Federal Aviation Administration’s Albuquerque Center asked the second pilot to describe what he saw, the pilot claimed that it had a “big reflection” and passed over his aircraft in the opposite direction several thousand feet above. The radio exchange between the two pilots and the official had been recorded, and you can listen to it on New Times’ article.
Government conspiracy in want of power
If there’s another reason not to trust the government, it’s this: apparently, there’s talk about the possibility of the government staging a fake alien invasion so that the human race would surrender and the government will gain ultimate power and control over everybody from all over the world.
Seems a bit far fetched, but people are putting two and two together when The New York Times published an article last December 2017 revealing a mysterious program funded by the Pentagon called the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program which “investigated reports of unidentified flying objects.” Instead of getting ready for a possible invasion, though, conspiracy theorists are more convinced that all this was a ploy to trick the population.
Some call it “pulling a Project Blue Beam” which comes from conspiracy theorist Serge Monast’s 1994 paper “Project Blue Beam” that theorizes NASA and the United Nations are conniving to stage a fake alien invasion using holograms. When this happens, human race will begin to worship these holograms as the “new messiah”, giving birth to the New World Order — a global dictatorship led by the government hiding behind the holographic entity.
Dr. Steven Greer also believes all this conspiracy to be true as he shares the covert operations, research, and high level meetings being done to hide the existence of UFOs in a recent Netflix documentary “Unacknowledged.” He warns that in the event when the truth about UFOs eventually comes out, the government will try to twist the details (like what conspiracy theorists believe had happened to the New York Times article in question) in order to consolidate power.
URGENT: Note that the recent NY Times story is couched from a Threat office of the Pentagon: This a clear ramp up to False Flag FAKE disclosure designed to prepare people for a threat from outer space- so the War Mongers and War Profiteers have a new , bigger enemy . BEWARE
— Dr. Steven Greer (@DrStevenGreer) December 17, 2017
Meanwhile , Unacknowledged is being BLOCKED by media, no coverage even though it is the 2017 # 1 Documentary on iTunes and widely popular on Netflix etc. The secret government is manipulating a false disclosure and threat via their lackeys and ‘cut-outs’ . Stay tuned!
— Dr. Steven Greer (@DrStevenGreer) December 17, 2017
Bound by love and alien abduction
We’re no stranger to alien abduction stories, but this particular one of Fran Drescher, of “The Nanny” fame, is pretty intriguing. She tells The Huffington Post about a time during her younger years when she had been abducted by aliens and sent back with a scar on her hand. She believes that the scar came from aliens embedding a chip inside her body which had programmed her to meet and marry her now ex-husband “Happily Divorced” producer and writer Peter Marc Jacobson who, coincidentally, also saw aliens in his youth and possesses a similar scar on the same hand.
“We were both in junior high. A few years later, we met, and we realized that we had the same experience. I think that somehow we were programmed to meet. We both have this scar. It’s the exact same scar on the exact same spot,” she says in the interview.
Looks like she’s discovered the secret to finding your soulmate!
The proof is in the paintings
On the subject of alien abductions, 70-year-old David Higgins has been known to have shown proof of his experience through his art. Ever since he lost his virginity at 17 to an alien female named Crescent who had “appeared human, except for her large, black eyes, a pale, pointy face and the wig”, he’s chronicled his interactions with her and other extraterrestrial species throughout his life via minimalistic, surreal, and borderline creepy paintings.
He has become the subject of a documentary released in 2017 called “Love & Saucers” by Brad Abrahams, and you can learn more about his sexual encounters, half-alien spawns, and vivid paintings there.
The Vatican knows
You’d never believe that God and aliens would coexist, but evidence suggests that the Vatican is actually safeguarding information about extraterrestrial life. In late 2016, WikiLeaks released a new batch of emails which included an email exchange between Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager John Podesta and late astronaut Edgar Mitchell. The first few paragraphs of the email reads:
As 2015 unfolds, I understand you are leaving the Administration in February. It is urgent that we agree on a date and time to meet to discuss Disclosure and Zero Point Energy, at your earliest available after your departure. My Catholic colleague Terri Mansfield will be there too, to bring us up to date on the Vatican’s awareness of ETI.”
A year prior, Pope Francis didn’t really deny the existence of aliens when asked about its possibility following the discovery of a new Earth-sized and habitable planet, Kepler 452 B. All he said was “Honestly I wouldn’t know how to answer. Until America was discovered we thought it didn’t exist, and instead it existed. But in every case I think that we should stick to what the scientists tell us, still aware that the Creator is infinitely greater than our knowledge.”
Former Director of the Vatican Observatory Fr. José Gabriel Funes likewise believes in the possibility of alien life, and that extraterrestrial existence doesn’t contradict Church teaching. He says in an interview back in May 2008, “As a multiplicity of creatures exist on earth, so there could be other beings, also intelligent, created by God. This does not contrast with our faith because we cannot put limits on the creative freedom of God. To say it with Saint Francis, if we consider earthly creatures as “brother” and “sister,” why cannot we also speak of an “extraterrestrial brother?” It would, therefore, be a part of creation.”
UFOs spotted in a Live Earth Stream
Eagle-eyed conspiracist and YouTube user Streetcap1 have pointed out something weird during a live broadcast from the International Space Station (ISS) nearly two years ago which seemed to be a “massive golden UFO.”
“I thought I was seeing things at first then quickly started recording,” Streetcap1 said in the video caption. “To my surprise they cut transmission. This has to be huge whatever it is. If it was a building it would be hundreds of miles long.”
During the livestream as the object came into view, the screen quickly blacked out and flashed a message, saying: “The High Definition Earth Viewing experiment is either switching cameras, or we are experiencing a temporary loss of signal with the International Space Station.” Sketchyyy.
Over a century-old UFO crash
You’ll be surprised by how far back in time people have believed in aliens. It was in 1897 when an unidentified object crash-landed in a farm near Aurora, Texas with its pilot — the only fatality — heavily disfigured and concluded to be “not an inhabitant of this world”, according to S. E. Haydon’s piece, “A Windmill Demolishes It,” printed in The Dallas Morning News on April 19, 1897.
The news clipping also reports that “papers found on his person — evidently the record of his travels — are written in some form of hieroglyphics, and cannot be deciphered.”
This had happened 50 years prior to the more famously known Roswell Incident where a flying disk crashed at a ranch near Roswell, New Mexico which conspiracists believe had been covered up by the American government.
What other alien conspiracies do you know of? Sound off below!