American Aerospace Engineer Wernher von Braun Predicted A War Between Humans & Aliens Before His Death


American aerospace engineer Wernher von Braun, who was considered a genius in the scientific world, was a true expert in outer space.

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Wernher von Braun Predicted A War Between Humans & Aliens
Wernher von Braun

Wernher von Braun is considered to be one of the greatest pioneers of the space program in the United States. He is also the creator of the first ballistic missiles. The designer opposed the development of nuclear weapons because he believed that representatives of extraterrestrial civilizations could use it to destroy humanity.

At one time, the scientist carefully studied the Egyptian pyramids and came to the conclusion that they are a radiation tool of representatives of extraterrestrial civilizations.

According to him, the ancient Egyptians knew about the existence of aliens and contacted them, but did not save any records about it. In gratitude for the silence, the aliens shared their technology with the Egyptians.

Wernher von Braun Predicted A War Between Humans & Aliens
Wernher von Braun

The scientist believed that the aliens had long since disappeared among the earthlings. They monitor humanity and even control the decisions of people, but so far do not carry out the explicit intervention.

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They are waiting when humanity decides to get rid of nuclear weapons and takes them out into outer space. Therefore, Von Braun opposed the development of nuclear weapons, because he was sure that they would cause the death of human civilization.

The specialist believed that we would encounter aliens when we begin to carry out regular flights in the solar system. But these contacts would lead not to establishing relations with aliens but to a war in which defeat awaits earthlings.

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