ET Research

Hosted byGeorge Noory

ET Research

Highlights

  • Motivation of Races
  • Reptilians & Dulce Aliens
  • About the show

    Author Dr. Michael Salla shared his research that suggests there may be as many as 57 different extraterrestrial races currently visiting our planet. He said he focused on evidence based on the first-hand experiences of whistleblowers such as Clifford Stone and Robert Dean, as well as contactee Alex Collier. Contactees, who generally report positive experiences with ETs, (in contrast to abductees who usually describe negative encounters) are often eventually silenced by governmental or shadow groups, Salla noted.

    The Reptilian race, according to Native American accounts, is hidden but indigenous to Earth, and may hold an influence on world leaders, he commented. The Annunaki, as described by Zecharia Sitchin, may also be linked to elite groups such as the Illuminati, he continued. Interestingly, Salla added that there may have been efforts to prevent Sitchin from revealing some of the information he has uncovered about ancient aliens. Salla discussed two charts delineating 16 different ET races, which were featured in his 30 page report that analyzes the motivations and activities of alien races.

    Salla himself has faced censure, with the planned termination of his position as an academic at the American University in Washington D.C., due to his extracurricular interests in ET phenomena. Those who question the loss of his position due to his scholarly investigations into matters the public is highly interested in, may write to American Univ. President, Benjamin Ladner to share your concerns.

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