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Aliens monitoring earth will reveal themselves to humans in 15 years, claim conspiracy theorist

Conspiracy Theorists Exerted That The Aliens Monitoring The Humans And Earth Are Not Hostile.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Deepak Mahato | Updated on: 03 Apr 2018, 07:11:20 PM
Conspiracy theorist Graham Hancock claims aliens monitoring earth are protesting us from hostile ones. (Representative Image)

New Delhi:

Graham Hancock, a conspiracy theorist, claimed that aliens who are allegedly monitoring the earth would reveal themselves to the human race in the next 15 years.

The conspiracy theorist in an interview to Daily Star claimed that the aliens have been monitoring the International Space Station (ISS).

He recently on his YouTube channel posted an ISS live feed video featuring seven UFOs hovering near the ISS.

“UFO sightings have dramatically increased across the globe. They are closely watching us and have been observing us like a large planet-sized lab,” Hancock said.

The conspiracy theorist exerted that the aliens monitoring the humans and earth are not hostile. “With the technology needed to travel such vast distances, I am sure if they had been hostile they could wipe the entire earth and our race with blink of an eye,” Hancock added.

He further adds that we humans are living in the planet peacefully just because the aliens monitoring the earth are here to help us.

Hancock further asserted that the aliens are not making their presence felt in earth due to a timescale treaty agreement between the extraterrestrials and the world leaders.

“They will make themselves known to the human race in the coming 15 years,” Hancock said.

He further believes with the arrival of aliens on earth will reshape the progress graph of our planet as they will bring several advance technologies in the fields of medicine and space science.

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First Published : 03 Apr 2018, 07:10:50 PM

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