Former Canadian Minister of Defense Paul Hellyer said that aliens not only exist but are on Earth among people. He said that there have been four alien species visiting Earth for thousands of years.
Paul Hellyer, who held a high public office in the 1960s during the Cold War, claimed that he had learned for certain about the existence of aliens during his time in the military. According to him, the inhabitants of other planets have visited the Earth for millennia.
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In support of his words, the 90-year-old ex-minister spoke about one incident that occurred in 1961, when Canada noticed a group of 50 unidentified flying objects moving from the Soviet Union to Europe. Then, this group of objects suddenly went to the North Pole and disappeared. Hellyer noted that the investigation of this incident lasted 3 years, and it unequivocally showed that it was the activity of extraterrestrial civilizations that flew to Earth to make sure that people would not use nuclear weapons.
According to Hellyer, aliens already live on our planet: most aliens are like humans, so it’s almost impossible to notice them in the human mass.
He said that aliens have visited Earth from different star systems, including the Pleiades and Andromeda.
“There are extraterrestrials that come from Andromeda, and ones that live on one of Saturn’s moons. There is a federation of these people, and they have rules, one of them is that they don’t interfere with our affairs unless they are invited.”
Former Secretary of Defense of Canada noted that aliens are not aggressive and have a huge stock of knowledge. However, according to him, guests from other planets do not want to share their knowledge with people yet, because they are afraid that earthlings would use them for wars, and not for good purposes.