Thursday, August 13, 2015
Former Apollo Astronaut Claims Aliens Stopped Nuclear War Between U.S. And Russia
Edgar Mitchell, a veteran of the Apollo 14 mission to the Moon, has long claimed the existence of aliens. He's been in the news again lately because of claims he makes that friendly aliens began visiting the Earth when the U.S. began testing nuclear weapons in the 1940s to prevent a nuclear war between the U.S. and Russia. He claims they regularly visited the White Sands nuclear testing site in New Mexico and the stories about a crashed alien spaceship manned by aliens near Roswell being captured by the U.S. military is really true.
Interestingly, Mitchell is among the former Apollo astronauts "A Funny Thing Happened On The Way to the Moon" filmmaker Bart Sibrel came under fire for interviewing under false pretenses about his claims that all of the Apollo moon landings were faked. Buzz Aldrin famously punched Sibrel when he confronted him with the allegations. Mitchell literally gave Sibrel a kick in the ass after he abruptly ended an interview with him at his home when Sibrel confronted Mitchell with evidence he claimed showed the videos of the lunar missions were faked. Mitchell followed Sibrel to his car, threatened to shoot him with a gun as his son suggested they call the CIA and have Sibrel and his film crew waxed. Sibrel asked the astronauts he interviewed, which included the first man to step foot on the moon, Neil Armstrong, that they swear on the Bible they went to the Moon. Mitchell was the only one who agreed to do it, although he noted at the time he was an atheist.