Are UFOs and Aliens real?

Yes, UFOs and aliens are real, and they have been visiting Earth throughout our history.

They’re even here today. And they’re vastly more advanced than us.

A few decades ago, belief in intelligent life outside of Earth – aliens – was still more often ridiculed than not. Today, it’s a very different story. It’s more absurd to not believe in it.

As our understanding of other planets, the Solar System and the universe grows, we are collectively realizing that intelligent life simply must exist outside of Earth.

But even though attitudes are changing, there’s still a fair way to go until sincere, open discussion in the mainstream becomes the norm.

People deserve to know the truth, and The Aetherius Society has been helping to spread and act upon the truth about UFOs and alien life since the 1950s.

You may be finding it difficult to uncover the truth on this subject with the government coverups and fakes. But if you’re hungry for the truth then don’t give up.

In the words of Master of Yoga and Contactee Dr. George King, “…if you’ve taken to truth, and you’re searching for truth, you will find it—that’s the law. You’ll find it.” When you do find it, it is your opportunity to become a better, wiser person. Read on and discover the truth about UFOs and alien life – and most importantly the spiritual implications.

What are UFOs?

UFO literally means ‘Unidentified Flying Object,’ and could refer to anything that meets that description, but the term is now often used to refer to alien spacecraft. These craft are also referred to as “flying saucers”, “cigar-shaped objects” or “Unidentified Aerial Phenomena” (UAP).

Of course, many objects first thought to be alien spacecraft, turn out to be other things. But there are still some that simply can’t be explained by conventional means.

How to tell if you’ve seen a UFO

Some people have had spectacular sightings, clearly seeing a craft, and occasionally even extraterrestrial beings. But most sightings are limited to seeing distant lights in the skies – usually witnessed by one person or just a few. Occasionally larger numbers of people have the same sighting, such as the Phoenix Lights in 1997 which were seen by thousands of people.

There are many things that can make people think they have seen an alien spacecraft when they actually haven’t, such as satellites, planes and sky lanterns (sometimes known as Chinese lanterns).

However, some UFOs display very unusual behaviours that don’t fit with these, or indeed with any known terrestrial technology or phenomena, such as:

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