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If everyone were to demand the government release all UFO and ET files, we just might solve the universe’s greatest mystery.
If America can handle the shock and awe of Donald Trump being the leader of the free world, then the reality of UFOs and extraterrestrials living among us should be easy for most people to comprehend.
With our country so divided, I can’t help thinking that now is the perfect time for this subject to finally be moved from the paranormal fringes and into the mainstream norm.
If everyone were to come together and demand under the Freedom Of Information Act that our government should release all UFO/ET files, we might just get some answers to the age-old questions of “Where do we come from?” and “Why are we here?”
This seems like a much better focus for our country instead of Trump’s twisted tweets — and may even bring us closer together as a country.
“I occasionally think how quickly our differences worldwide would vanish if we were facing an alien threat from outside this world. And yet, I ask, is there not an alien force already among us?” — Ronald Reagan
Among U.S Presidents, Reagan wasn’t alone when it came to a fascination with, if not an outright belief in, UFOs.
Franklin Roosevelt, Dwight Eisenhower, Richard Nixon and Jimmy Carter have all reported seeing UFOs and likely believed in extraterrestrial beings.
Presidents’ strange encounters with extraterrestrials, in fact, can be traced as far back as the American Revolution.
There are stories about George Washington telling his troops about an alien encounter he experienced. It was in the middle of winter, food was scarce and many men had fallen ill. All hope seemed lost.
One night, Washington saw a bright light in the woods and went out alone to investigate. It was there he claimed to have met a being who showed him a vision of the great country America would become.
After that experience the tides of war changed — the troops rallied and independence from the British was won.
Even former president George W. Bush alluded to the existence of aliens on a recent episode of Jimmy Kimmel’s show. When asked about aliens and if he knew any “really great secrets” that he wasn’t allowed to share with anyone, Bush, with a sly smile, admitted that he did.
Many UFO researchers had long hoped Hillary Clinton was going to be the first President to reveal what the government really knows after she hinted about it during her failed run for the White House.
For the truth to emerge, it would now be up to President Trump, though so far he has yet to show any interest in doing so.
But it does seem like ETs have shown an interest in keeping tabs on Trump. On two separate occasions UFOs have been spotted around his aircraft. One witness photographed a UFO following Trump’s helicopter back on Aug. 15, 2015, at the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines.
More recently, FOX 10 News in Phoenix aired a video of two UFOs around Trump’s plane as it traveled towards Washington for his inauguration in January. Maybe the aliens, like many earthlings, couldn’t believe he was elected and just had to see it to believe it!
Maybe Trump will finally be the one to disclose what’s in all those government UFO files, though most researchers doubt it — which means it may be up to the ETs to decide to make themselves known.
If and when that happens, one thing is for sure: People’s differences will seem very small in comparison to finally solving the greatest mystery in the universe.
Maija Polsley began having otherworldly experiences at a young age and began attending metaphysics classes with her mother at age 12. She has since been dedicated to finding the truth and has not stopped exploring. Co-producer of the ghost investigation web series “Paranormal Pursuit” and founder of TheMetroSpiritual.com, Maija is a natural-born, city-dwelling, soul-seeking, independent former teen mom and single woman who is also a dimensionally educated, spiritually empathic writer, actor, poet, standup comic, tarot card reader, Earth lover and quintessential MetroSpiritual.
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