Aliens exist according to Former head of Israel’s space programme

Aliens exist according to Former head of Israel’s space programme

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According to the Former head of Israel's space programme Haim Eshed, aliens exist and have reached agreements with the US government to keep quiet about experiments they conduct on Earth.

Eshed says that there is a secret base on Mars, and until humankind is ready to accept them, they will not appear to ‘exist'.

“The aliens have asked not to announce that they are here, humanity is not ready yet,” he said in an interview from The Jewish Press.

“There’s an underground base in the depths of Mars, where their representatives are, and also our American astronauts.”

He says that the UFOs have not asked to publish any information about them being here, because humans are just not ready yet. This is because it would start a mass hysteria. The U.S. Government and Israel's are wanting first to make humans ‘sane' and ‘understanding'.

“There’s an agreement between the US government and the aliens.  They signed a contract with us to do experiments here. They, too, are researching and trying to understand the whole fabric of the universe, and they want us as helpers.”

President of the United States Donald J Trump, on the other hand, was on the verge of revealing information to the world about the Rosewell incident but held it off in an interview with his son Donald Trump Jr on June 19 of this year The Sun reports.

In 1947, a rancher near Roswell found debris in his sheep pasture, and at the time Air Force officials said it was a weather balloon that crashed. Years later, the U.S. military acknowledged that the debris was in fact related to a top-secret atomic project.

Going back to Haim Eshed's claims, he acknowledged that it all sounded like science fiction, but says that some of his truths are coming.

“If I had come up with what I was saying today five years ago, I would have been hospitalised. Wherever I’ve gone with this in academia, they’ve said, ‘The man has lost his mind,'” he reportedly said.

“Today they’re already talking differently. I have nothing to lose. I’ve received my degrees and awards, and I am respected in universities abroad, where the trend is also changing.”

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