Gary Heseltinev: UFOs don’t come from outer space, but from the bottom of the sea, says expert. Gary Heseltine said recent videos showing encounters between the US Navy and UFOs change the game and pave the way to finally explain the inexplicable.
Aliens have always been a source of curiosity and fascination for humans, and from time to time, UFO fans and experts tease our imaginations with various theories. Now, the vice president of the new International Coalition for Extraterrestrial Research (ICER), Gary Heseltinev, has made a surprising claim, saying that UFOs may not come from space, but from the bottom of the sea. In particular, ICER is made up of UFO researchers and scientists from 27 countries who aim to discover the truth about extraterrestrial life.
Heseltine told The Sun that recent videos showing encounters between the US Navy and UFOs are a game-changer that paves the way to finally explain the inexplicable.
“UFOs are often seen moving in and out of the water, so suspect that in our deepest oceans and trenches we may have alien bases. This sounds crazy, but if you think about it, we only know about 5% of the ocean, we know more about the surface of the moon or Mars than we do about our oceans, so it seems to me that this is why you see UFOs coming. and regularly leaving the ocean. water,” said Heseltine.
Recently, a documentary filmmaker released a video clip showing radar footage allegedly showing a swarm of Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs) near a Navy ship.
Many of these allegations have surfaced in recent months, especially after the US Navy released seven incident reports last year, revealing more details about the series of encounters between Navy pilots and “air freaks”.