Russian General: “We’ve Been Summoning UFOs for Over 30 Years”

Russia is said to have knowledge about extraterrestrial beings for more than 20 years, and many respected former high ranking officials have been trying to disclose certain aspects for some time, but face a lot of adversity from the media, who either ignore them or cite them as untrustworthy sources.

During the Soviet era, the Defense Ministry worked on engineering a human with superpowers. In the course of these experiments, a team of scientists was somehow able to communicate with alien life forms. The man in charge of this classified assignment later talked to journalists.

The Soviet Union took UFOs seriously. The KGB and the Soviet Defence Ministry had dedicated units collecting and analysing information about paranormal activity. Military experts even claimed to know how to “summon” UFOs and make contact with them. Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev was recently asked an unusual question. A REN TV correspondent asked him, as a former president, if it was true that, together with the nuclear briefcase, the head of state was presented with a classified folder with materials about UFOs.

Dmitry Medvedev said this was true. According to the prime minister, in addition to the folder, the head of state was presented with a report from the secret services, whose task it was to control the aliens on Russian territory. When asked by journalist if there were many aliens living among us, Medvedev refused to elaborate, “so as not to create a panic.” However, he did suggest that those interested in the subject watch a “documentary chronicle” called “Men in Black.”

Of course, this response can be treated as a joke. Seriously speaking, however, both in the Soviet Union and in modern Russia, the topic of UFOs and other paranormal phenomena was and still remains classified – and none of the officials will ever say anything about it publicly.

On the other hand, there are experts who no longer hold any senior posts and therefore have more room to maneuver. Some former, high-ranking Soviet military officials have recently decided to lift the veil of secrecy on the mystery of UFOs.

Russia summons UFO

According to one high level report, a Russian nuclear submarine which was on a combat mission at the time had detected six unknown objects pursuing them. After failing miserably to lose the objects following them, the captain then ordered the submarine to surface, of which the objects followed, departed from the water and flew away at extremely high speeds.

Back in 1982 a group of military divers training at Baikal witnessed a group of what appeared to be humanoid beings dressed in silver suits. Despite the divers trying to catch them, three of them died whilst the other four were injured in this bizarre incident.

According to Captain 1st rank Igor Barklayof Navy Intelligence:

“Ocean UFO’s often show up wherever our or NATO’s fleets concentrate. Near Bahamas, Bermudas, Puerto Rico. They are most often seen in the deepest part of the Atlantic Ocean, in the southern part of the Bermuda Triangle, and also in the Caribbean Sea.”Captain 1st rank Igor Barklayof Navy Intelligence

Also a member of the Natural Sciences Academy, and now lieutenant-general in reserve Alexey Savin tells us that in the late 80s, a team of Russian scientists were able to get in touch with a similar delegation representing a foreign civilization. Former major-general Vasily Yeremenko was the first to inform the press of his duty during the Soviet era, which was the retrieval of evidence and intelligence from UFO encounters. He says the amount of such information back then was vast beyond modern comprehension.

The main objective was to stop any opportunities of war from arising between mankind, or at least Russia, and extraterrestrial civilizations. The KGB conducted an ample study of unexplained phenomena near Vladimirovska in 1984. The location wasn’t picked randomly, as most documented UFO encounters took place at sites where weapons or dangerous technology were tested.

We can say that we learned to summon UFOs in Vladimirovka. To do this, we dramatically increased the number of military flights and movement of the equipment. If the intensity on our side increased, UFOs appeared with the probability of 100 percent.”

After more than half a year of such tests, the authorities stopped in order to count the results. They concluded that science, at least as it was back then, couldn’t visibly see any peculiar phenomena and even if anyone did, any aircraft spotted was more probably coming from enemies like the United States or Japan.

Yeremenko added: “The UFO topic today is ubiquitous. Precisely because of its scandalous nature serious scientists are not willing to identify their position on this issue. Pilots often see such objects, but they have a veto on this topic, so do astronauts. In confidential conversations they talk about their experiences meeting with UFOs, but they are afraid to speak publicly about this.”

Then Alexey Savin spoke of the government and the KGB’s attempts to manipulate an individual’s brain, which is capable of supernatural powers, in order to spawn a superhuman, the ultimate weapon.

In the process of research, we came to the conclusion that a human was an energy and information system that receives information from outside. This is precisely why a human can manifest paranormal abilities.”

People working on the project were either military staff or scientists, but there was also a group assembled solely out of women, and it was them who made the most important research.

Savin explains how they had mastered a way to make the human brain function like a radio and contact other civilizations. “We wanted to make a contact with representatives of other civilizations. And we did it. We had to tune energy-contour of the human brain to a particular wave, like a radio.”

No chemicals or drugs were used on subjects during testing, and the scientists also came up with a way to tell if individuals were making progress or just hallucinating. What happened next was amazing. Six individuals were able to actually touch extraterrestrial life forms and one was even invited to visit a ship.

The aliens did give away some information about the structure of their society, but left out important parts like any military details. They supposedly also left knowledge of medical procedures that could cure most diseases. Savin told journalists that the human race is so precariously evolved that they would compare us to infants.

Our civilization is too young to be of interest to them as a subject for a dialogue. Because we are also a part of the universe, we may harm ourselves and other civilizations with our foolish actions, so they are looking out for us. “

Source : UnderGroundScience

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