NASA Astronaut Claims: Non-Violent Aliens Help Humans Bring Clean Energy to Earth

After returning from the Moon, Apollo astronauts Neil Armstrong (1969) and Edgar Mitchell (1971) changed their views on the origin of life on Earth. Both space pioneers tried to explore more about Earth and spent a lot of time trying to understand who could be behind it all. Without resisting Armstrong accepted the invitation of the Hungarian explorer to go on a journey to the Amazon jungles in search of some information about aliens and previous civilizations. Also after returning to Earth Mitchell left NASA and founded the Institute of Noetic Sciences, which advocated the exploration of the universe through research that could be outside of science and religion.

While there are conspiracy theories claiming that Armstrong saw aliens on the far side of the moon, he has remained silent on the matter. His expedition to the Cave of the Andes with other high officials is the only information that suggests that Armstong was interested in the extraterrestrial subject. Mitchell, on the other hand, has always expressed his views on alien life and delved into extraterrestrial theories.

“Looking at Earth from space you wonder: who are we, how did we get here and where is all this going? And this is a very, very old question that humans have been asking for a long time… My experience has been realizing that maybe our science is wrong in answering these questions and maybe our religious cosmologies are archaic and flawed. And given that we are now an extraterrestrial civilization ourselves, we need to ask these questions again and work much harder to find the answers.” —Edgar Mitchell, 2016 deputy interview

Edgar Mitchell during an Apollo 14 training session in 1970

Why was Edgar Mitchell so interested in extraterrestrials? Probably the answer lies in the most famous Roswell UFO crash. In 1947, 16-year-old Mitchell lived on a farm near the crash site. It was the moment that fueled all UFO theories around the world. According to Blake Stilwell a former Air Force combat photographer, Mitchell believed that aliens had prevented the nuclear conflict between the Soviets and the Americans, and this is on record.

Stilwell wrote: “He [Mitchell] also claimed that senior military officials hid evidence of UFOs, potentially alien spacecraft, and that they particularly enjoyed hovering over the White Sands Test Range in New Mexico. I have been wondering if we are prepared for our own survival. The only way humans could gain some control over the species’ mad trajectory, he believed, was by “questioning many of the fundamental assumptions underlying civilization,” Mitchell said.

Mitchell told the Mirror in 2015 “White Sands was a testing ground for atomic weapons – and that’s what the extraterrestrials were interested in… They wanted to know about our military capabilities. My own experience talking to people made it clear that the ETs were trying to stop us from going to war and help create peace on Earth. nuclear missiles over the Pacific Ocean and destroying them.

“I spoke to many Air Force officers who worked in these silos during the Cold War,” Mitchell continued. “They told me that UFOs were often seen overhead and often disabled their missiles. “Other officers at bases on the Pacific coast told me that their [test] missiles were frequently shot down by alien spacecraft. “There was a lot of activity back then.”

Nick Pope, a former UFO researcher for the Ministry of Defense, believed that Mitchell was an honorable and truthful man. He said: “Clearly, because of who he is, he has access to government, military and intelligence community personnel at the highest level, but because – understandably – he does not name his sources, we cannot be certain that these people were being candid with him, or even that they were privy to any classified information about UFOs.”

In 2016, Wikileaks revealed thousands of emails allegedly linked to Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman, John Podesta. The emails revealed secret information shared with Podesta about UFOs and ETs. In 2015, Podesta received emails from Mitchell that expressed his concern about space weaponry and its impact on ETI (extraterrestrial intelligence). Despite the fact that aliens can be violent, as shown in various sci-fi, the noted astronaut called them non-violent in an email.

In January 2015, he sent an email to Podesta, asking him for an urgent meeting to discuss Disclosure and Zero Point Energy (ZPE). He was concerned about peace in space. Mitchell wrote: “My Catholic colleague Terri Mansfield will be there too, to update us on the Vatican’s awareness of ETI. Another colleague is working on a new Space Treaty, citing engagement with Russia and China. However with the extreme interference of Russia in Ukraine I believe we must take another path towards peace in space and SPA on Earth.”

Terri with Apollo 14 astronaut Edgar D. Mitchell, ScD, 2011 Honoree at the Leonardo da Vinci Society for the Study of Thought. Image via

Carol Rosin, one of Mitchell’s longtime collaborators, and Terri Mansfield confirmed to Geekwire that Mitchell was indeed the author of the two emails. Rosin noted that Mitchell and Podesta shared an interest in extraterrestrial knowledge. “As you know, Dr. Mitchell was boldly educating people about the fact that ‘we are not alone’, that there is no evidence that there are hostile ETs here or coming to control, intervene or harm us, that we can have zero energy points, that there are no weapons based into space and that this is the unique moment in history when our leaders can sign and ratify the ‘Treaty on the Prevention of the Placement of Weapons in Outer Space’ that was introduced by the leaders of Russia and China,” said Rosin.

According to, “Terri (Terese) Mansfield is Executive Vice President, Public Interest Fundraising (FPI), founded by President and CEO Suzanne Mendelssohn, Ph.D., the only ETI Obedience Healer as well as intuitive science for the zero-point energy of the tau neutrino (ZPE)”. Additionally, Terese is the Director of the ETI (Extraterrestrial Intelligence) Peace Task Force.

Terri witnessed the Phoenix Lights event on March 13, 1997. She described the event as a peaceful ETI salute to humanity. “Little did I know at the time that what I witnessed was the Mother Craft, a two-mile-wide craft that shared the night sky with several craft, seen by thousands of witnesses in Arizona as a peaceful ETI Hello to Earth,” she explained. .

Mitchell emailed Podesta again on September 18, 2015. He wrote: “As the Space War race is heating up, I thought you should be aware of several factors as we schedule our Skype conversation. Remember, our non-violent ETI from the contiguous universe is helping us bring zero point energy to Earth. They will not tolerate any form of military violence on Earth or in space.”

It was confirmed by one of Mitchell’s collaborators that the meeting between Podesta and him never took place. During the 2016 election campaign, Podesta declared that he would convince Clinton to declassify as many UFO files as possible. In 2014, he tweeted that his biggest failure during the Obama administration was not asking for the UFO files to be released.

Apollo astronaut Edgar Mitchell died in 2016, but throughout his life, he was a pacifist and a promoter of ETI reality. According to him, ZPE is the ultimate energy source from which all matter derives.

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