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Mexican Government Releases PROOF of E.T.’s and Ancient Space Travel

In what will soon be considered as the Holy Grail of extraterrestrial research, the Mexican government has released ancient documents proving the existence of E.T.’s once and for all.

by Shepard Ambellas, Intellihub:

CALAKMUL, MEXICO — Newly released Mayan documents, i.e. artifacts, dating back at least 1300-years reveal that the human race is not alone and highly advanced technologies including space travel have likely existed for quite some time.

Not only does this documentation released by the Mexican government show the existence of an explorer race, it may also reveal the roots of mankind.

Some consider the government’s presentation of the information to be a major step forward for humanity as the truth is finally being slowly let out. Hopefully this will prompt other governments around the world to be more forthcoming with such information, turning the tide in the UFO and extraterrestrial research community for good.

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10 comments to Mexican Government Releases PROOF of E.T.’s and Ancient Space Travel

  • jonathan

    Finally the powers are releasing this info. It makes them look so pathetic when they try to claim there are no alien life forms out there. There are so many planets and stars out there for them to claim there is no life is ridiculous.

  • Dissolution

    Hahaha what a crock of shiite. Looks like Jonathan’s artwork from the second grade. Guess I had better take them for their word on this one.

    May reveal the roots of mankind? Puahahahaha. Please, enlighten me now.




    • jonathan

      So Dissolution without studying the artifacts you know they’re fake. Lets be honest you’re either a brain dead Atheist who believes any theory corporate scientists tell you to believe. Or you’re a believer in the Old Testament as an accurate version of history while completely ignoring that the Old Testament describes beings coming from the sky representing God and making contact with ancient people.

    • jonathan

      Dissolution are you so mentally retarded that you believe that humans are the only intelligent lifeforms in the universe. Billions of galaxies billions of stars in each galaxy but there are no other intelligent lifeforms is that because the your preacher told you so or because that loser Richard Dawkins told you so.

  • mangrove

    Sounds promising on the surface, that these are genuine artifacts and offer scientific proof of ETs. Thing is, I’m an eternal skeptic and can’t help but wonder if there’s even the slightest chance that this is a prelude for an alien invasion — real or fabricated. I’m tending towards the fabricated, given our dear leaders’ penchant for hoaxes and false flag events, coupled with their possession of unknown technologies and weapons (holographic images of alien ships, projected on chemtrails? — I know, hogwash, right? Right?). At any rate, just asking, but could the purpose of the release of this information (and any resulting mainstream coverage, if it happens) be to prep and prime the masses into believing in benevolent, happy-go-lucky aliens who are here to “save us”? To serve man? Sounds like I’ve been watching way too many sci-fi films. Trouble is, the more impossible things sound, the more likely they could be utilized — you know, the bigger the lie, the more likely people believe it. Kind of along the lines of this beauty: “I don’t think that anybody could have predicted that these people would take an airplane and slam it into the World Trade Center, take another one and slam it into the Pentagon, that they would try to use an airplane as a missile” — Condoleeza Rice, when speaking to the world at a press conference, from on high, about the 9/11 tragedy.

    Think way outside the box in terms of what you trust from any current media source or from any historical record, especially the higher-profile sources — that’s my prerequisite as time moves ahead. And yep, that leaves me open to the possibility of a fake alien invasion (even though that still sounds complete bonkers).

    • jonathan

      I understand your skepticism Mangrove but maybe they have realized this lie they’ve been telling us for all of human history has been known by all intelligent people to be complete bullshit since Roswell. They look like morons trying to keep this lie going. Maybe they just want to keep their credibility. Please look into the work of Dr Steven Greer and his new documentary Sirius.

  • Dissolution

    Precisely, mangrove. Let any naysayer of your skepticism simply search “project blue beam.” Besides, just LOOK at this ridiculous piece of so-called evidence.

    • jonathan

      Dissolution the fact that you discount these artifacts without studying them shows you have the intelligence Larry the Cable Guy high on oxycontins.

    • jonathan

      Hey Dissolution I assume you believe Project Blue Beam was around in the 16th century when the Germans witnessed a fleet of alien ships over the town of Nuremberg and made a painting of what they saw or maybe you’re stupid enough to believe Project Blue Beam was around thousands of years ago when cultures all over the world witnessed flying pieces of metal in the sky. The evidence is overwhelming at this point get with reality buddy

      • Dissolution

        Haha I guess I struck a nerve with my comment about your artwork. Ok, I retract my statement. I’m sure your second grade artwork was much better than this piece of garbage. And since you feel so confident in the authenticity of this “artifact,” I’ll await your specialized analysis of it!

        But don’t get me wrong, ‘buddy’- I believe that there are indeed demonic forces that manifest themselves in various ways, and have/do reveal themselves on this planet. Let’s not be silly though–of course Project Blue Beam wasn’t around in the 16th Century, funny guy. That doesn’t discount its existence today, though, does it?

        Furthermore, based on your reasoning, I suppose that you believe in the Word of God via the Bible, and perhaps even fire-breathing dragons–surely paintings related to those subjects have existed for much longer than your cited Nuremberg painting. I guess that makes you a believer, Jonathan! Congratulations!

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