‘What if we’re the ants in this network of civilisations?’ asks UFO expert as he says we should prepare for imminent ET contact

Russia Today – By Chris Sweeney – 26 June 2021

One of the founders of a new group formed last month, the International Coalition of Extraterrestrial Research, explains its mission to RT.com – and why he’s convinced aliens frequently visit Earth.

Aliens have under-ocean bases and are trying to dissuade the human race away from nuclear weapons, due to the potential catastrophic damage.

In some quarters, that statement would see you dismissed as a crank.

But not for Gary Heseltine, vice president of the newly formed International Coalition of Extraterrestrial Research (ICER).

They are a non-governmental organisation headquartered in Portugal comprising scientists, researchers, and academics from 27 nations. Their mission statement is: Preparing for Contact.

Every member of ICER has signed an oath underlining their core belief.

Heseltine explains: “It says after 70 years of worldwide research, we think the evidence points to something that is real, acts with intelligence and is likely to be extraterrestrial, and non-human.”

Yes, ICER thinks aliens exist and that they frequently visit Earth.

It sounds like a plot from a Hollywood movie, but the group is serious, and keen to discuss its theories rationally and evidentially.

Heseltine, a former British police detective, explained: “My remit and ICER’s remit is what would stand up in a hypothetical court of law.

“We should be preparing now for the possibility this is real, as the evidence says it’s real. We are dealing with something that’s gone beyond lights in the sky.

“To put it in perspective, in three percent of cases worldwide there’s something that is a genuine phenomenon, that defies explanation after investigation. Three percent of millions of cases over the last 70 years is a lot.”

Some experts report these crafts flying at hypersonic speeds, pulling a g-force of 600, with no wings or propulsion system. (As a comparison, an F-16 can only fly at half that speed and pull 9G).

There is also a fighter pilot’s account of seeing a craft drop from 60,000 feet to 50 feet in 0.8 seconds.

Heseltine talks of observables with UFO or UAP (Unidentified Aerial Phenomena) that include instant acceleration, instant stop, instant reversal on the same track, all with no deceleration, and right-angle turns with no declaration at the point of turn.

Others are truly hard to wrap one’s mind around: ICER says these crafts can switch from being invisible to visible in the click of a finger. And all emit no noise.

Experts agree this is all beyond military capabilities – even secret, advanced programs. “This is why ICER is pushing for governments to release information to be studied,” Heseltine says. “The performance is simply things we can’t do.

“ICER wants the scientific data released from these incidents; telemetry, radar, performance characteristics, as the more scrutiny of the actual data, the more ICER believes that it will quickly prove to be something that is not man-made.”

Sightings and speculation around UFOs began in earnest in the 1940s. ICER believes this is not by chance, as it was when the first nuclear weapon was detonated.

“What a coincidence,” Hesletine opines. “I think when we detonated our first atomic weapons, it sent an invisible shockwave out into space that was picked up by other civilisations who then realised that this creature on this planet had reached a level of technical achievement that it was able to split the atom.”

Continuing the theory, Heseltine explains how the 509th Operations Group of the US Air Force was the first squadron to have nuclear weapons. It was their pilots who dropped the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombs.

And their HQ?

Walker Air Force Base, which is near Roswell in New Mexico and where the infamous alien crash incident allegedly occurred in 1947.

Since then, according to Heseltine, other nuclear incidents have occurred, such as a Soviet Union missile silo being turned on in 1982 seemingly by itself and US silos being inexplicably turned off.

This combines with ICER’s feelings that aliens have been creating bases in the deep trenches of our oceans.

Heseltine asks: “Wouldn’t it then make sense that they would not want to see the Earth destroyed in a mutually assured destruction war that would render the planet toxic?

“It would make sense for them to come out and say ‘we don’t think you should be playing with nuclear weapons.’

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