Author says UFO sightings over nuclear sites a message to mankind

missile firing from a nuclear weapons site

Former Air Force personnel said nuclear weapons were deactivated by UFOs hovering over missile sites. Image: Wikimedia Commons

UFOs tampering with nuclear weapons is a crazy idea. But a group of former Air Force personnel swear that  UFOs have been keeping an eye on mankind’s nuclear arsenal for the past 60 years. UFO researcher and author Robert Hastings brought together a group of UFO eyewitnesses to the National Press Club Monday, where they shared their stories. Hastings said the UFO sightings over nuclear weapons facilities means that extraterrestrial beings have taken notice of mankind’s folly and now is the time to realize they may be sending Earth a message.

UFOs deactivate nuclear weapons

Hastings, who organized the National Press Club news conference, said the time has come for the U.S. government to acknowledge the UFO visits. CNN reports that three of the men–former Air Force officers–hadn’t seen the UFOs themselves, but told reporters that in 1967, UFOs hovering over missile silos near Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana appeared to temporarily deactivate some of the nuclear weapons. Hastings said more than 120 former military personnel have told him about UFO sightings over nuclear sites. He believes extraterrestrial beings had taken an interest in the nuclear arms race and were sending a message that humans are “playing with fire.”

UFOs manipulate Soviet nukes

Apparently UFO sightings over nuclear weapons sites aren’t limited to the U.S. Hastings told AOL News that declassified KGB files reveal that the same thing was going on in the former Soviet Union. Hastings said last June, a major Russian newspaper, Life, published accounts of a UFO sighting at a nuclear missile site on Oct. 4, 1982, in the Ukraine. A UFO hovered over the site. Missiles were suddenly deactivated. Everyone panicked. Seconds later, the missiles went back online. Former Air Force Col. Charles Halt, who shared his eyewitness encounter with UFOs  as a deputy base commander in Britain, told AOL that more people haven’t come forward because doing so would have killed their careers. He said that to either prevent public panic or keep alien contact secret, the Air Force successfully killed the UFO story by “making it so ridiculous that everybody laughs when they hear it.”

Project Blue Book dodges the issue

An Air Force program called Project Blue Book investigated UFOs from 1948 to 1969. Project Blue Book concluded that “no UFO reported, investigated and evaluated by the Air Force has ever given any indication of threat to our national security.” At the National Press Club, Hastings said that the only threat that the aliens pose is to the close-minded. “I don’t think humankind is in jeopardy from whoever they are or whatever they are, except that we will have our minds expanded. Traditional institutions such as religions, governments and other social institutions may be threatened by what is coming. That is just the logical consequence of what is about to occur.”

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