Stories of real alien contacts with Earth Humans, Has in the past been kept a secret,The Contactees have been reluctant to talk to U.S. Officials about being contacted by Alien Beings right here on earth. And many times after the initial contact ,These instances keep repeating thru a lifetime for these contactees, And so happens their lives are never the same. Because of these Alien Beings Right here on Earth.
The Contactees were brought aboard Flying ships or Saucers,
For some time now beings from other planets have visited Earth and Abducted contactee`s Then were shown all over our Galaxy, Like the Moon, Mars, And other Planets. It was explained to these contactees that there was life present all over or Solar System. This has been going on since the 1920`s way before Roswell, And it was told the Native Americans on Earth Had Much earlier Contacts on Earth, Going as far back and anyone is capable of remembering. But have shared stories that were handed down about Aliens Beings right here on Earth.
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