80 Different Species of Extraterrestrial Beings

80 Different Species of Extraterrestrial Beings

When it comes to discussing the UFO/Etraterrestrial enigma, most of mainstream media has simply avoided the subject. Many, former scientists, government officials, NASA employees and high ranking military officials have come forward to reveal their knowledge of alien visitation to our planet. Former Canadian Minister of Defense, Paul Hellyer, is just one of those officials who has joined the Disclosure Movement.

Hellyer has stated that there are at least four known alien species that have been visiting Earth for thousands of years. Hundreds of high ranking military and political officials, from governments all over the world, have backed him up by providing hundreds of official documents and officially acknowledging the presence of UFOs and Extraterrestrials.

Some of Paul’s Comments:

 Most aliens come from other star systems, although there are some living on Venus, Mars and Saturn’s moon

 There have been four species of aliens visiting our planet for thousands of years

 There are between two and twelve total species of aliens (although some place the number closer to 80). Some look just like humans, while others appear more like the creatures portrayed in popular culture

 Most alien species have benevolent intentions toward humanity, although a handful have ulterior motives

 One alien species, known as the ‘Tall Whites’ is working with the U.S. Air Force in Nevada and has been known to pass for humans in public

 The ‘federation’ of alien species has vowed not to intervene in human affairs unless they are invited to

 The federation is disappointed in the way humans have treated the planet

 Aliens technology is far more advanced, but have given us LED lights, microchips and Kevlar vests

Here is a short interview with Paul Hellyer regarding his knowledge of some ET species from a few years ago.

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