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Former Israeli Space Security Chief Declares Aliens Exist!

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The UFO communities should be very pleased because of last week’s news! An interesting story was published about a retired Israeli space security chief revealing his thoughts the extraterrestrial issue. The news writes as follows. Retired Israeli General Professor Haim Eshed thinks the evidence of aliens has been kept a secret because “humanity isn’t ready.” And the former head of Israel’s space security program Professor Eshed suspects both Israel and the US have both been colluding with aliens for years. This cooperation includes a secret underground base on Mars, where humans and alien representatives are already working together.

His highly-dubious claims coincide with US President Donald Trump’s recent creation of the Space Force. However, what he describes as the “Galactic Federation” supposedly prevented him from doing so. Israeli newspaper Yediot Aharonot has quoted him saying they wished to prevent mass hysteria since they felt humanity needed to “evolve and reach a stage where we will … understand what space and spaceships are.”

Professor Eshed said: ”If I had come up with what I’m saying today five years ago, I would have been hospitalised. “Today, they’re already talking differently. I have nothing to lose. “I’ve received my degrees and awards; I am respected in universities abroad, where the trend is also changing.” The revelations appear in his latest book, The Universe Beyond the Horizon: Conversations with Professor Haim Eshed.

It seems that the leaked Pentagon information, from just a few days ago, further accelerated the Disclosure. World’s officials from various areas are revealing their own story. It’s the domino effect coming into play.

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