(ORDO NEWS) — Are beings from other star systems watching us? Do they know about our existence? Maybe they even tried to contact us? Yes. At least that’s what some researchers say. In the last century, aliens sent a secret message to earth that warned people of impending dangers.
It is worth starting with the fact that from America (and not only) for more than a decade there have been news about UFO visits and finds related to an alien race.
There are indeed so many of these cases that more and more people are beginning to believe in the existence of other civilizations outside of our star system. Residents of the UK are no exception.
You may ask why such an important find was shoved on the dusty shelves of the closet and not remembered for ten years?
In general, no one attached particular importance to this UFO. But only at first…
Three eyewitnesses fished an object out of the swamp, which they said was falling and glowing neon green. It was a fourteen-kilogram disc of metal.
Gradually, all the newspapers in England began to pick up and spin the news about the mysterious find, and enthusiasts explored it up and down.
One fine day, people discovered strange hieroglyphs, exactly the same as on the UFO that fell in the American Roswell ten years earlier. You have probably heard about the “Roswell Incident”, which caused a lot of controversy around the world.
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In addition to the strange hieroglyphs on the surface of the object, an entire book was found inside it. Its pages were made of metal and painted with two thousand words.
One version says that the message was sent by an alien named Ullo. The book talked about the danger of nuclear weapons for mankind.
The message ended with a very persuasive phrase that people would really do well to listen to, whoever wrote it. “You must cultivate or you will disappear,” the letter concluded.
The researchers concluded that this was someone’s skillfully done hoax, but analysis showed that the parts of the flying object were made of a metal unknown on Earth.
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