Tuesday, September 28, 2010

ET: No Nukes

Posted By on Tue, Sep 28, 2010 at 11:41 AM

While it doesn't necessarily explain Tucson's recent "visit," it's good to know that ET cares about us and is trying to send us a message.

According to a UFO expert, the fact that more than 120 former military personnel have told him about UFOs visiting nuclear sites means aliens are trying to send us a message. CNN reports:

“Regarding the missile shutdown incidents, my opinion … is that whoever are aboard these craft are sending a signal to both Washington and Moscow, among others, that we are playing with fire — that the possession and threatened use of nuclear weapons potentially threatens the human race and the integrity of the planetary environment,” he said.

Former Air Force Capt. Robert Salas — who has written a book about the Montana incidents — said he was underground when a UFO hovered over his missile silo in March 1967, and therefore couldn’t see it. He said one of his guards above ground told him a red, glowing object about 30 feet in diameter was hovering just above the front gate of the facility, in an isolated area far from Malmstrom.

“And just as I [called my commander], our missiles began going into what’s called a no-go condition, or unlaunchable. Essentially, they were disabled while this object was still hovering over out site,” Salas said.

Salas and others said the military urged them at the time not to talk about the incidents.

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