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NASA experts claim to have intercepted an intergalactic distress call

NASA experts claim to have intercepted an intergalactic distress call

November 27, 2013 - The signal was detected in January of 1998, however, it took months to decode the message.

Transcribed Version Of Press Release:

NASA experts claim to have intercepted an intergalactic distress call from an alien civilization that had already peaked and was actually dying when saber-tooth tigers still roamed the earth.

The 80,000-year-old SOS was received and digitally recorded in late January 1998.

But only in recent weeks have radio astronomers and language experts found the key to the complex mathematics-based language that enabled them to translate the 'frantic plea for help'.

The world press has been suspiciously silent about the startling message, though lengthy scientific reports are scheduled for publication in two professional journals, Radio Astronomy and Universe.


According to a highly placed NASA source in Houston, Texas, noted Russian space scientist Dr. Viktor Kulakov is leading a United Nations research team from a state-operated observatory 50 miles northwest of Moscow.

Dr. Kulakov told Universe that the signal emanated from a point beyond the galaxy nearest to our own, Andromeda, and was sent by beings that had apparently achieved a civilization no more advanced than our own here on Earth.

“The simple fact that we received and decoded the message proves beyond any doubt that their knowledge and technology were, at the very best, within our reach.” Dr. Kulakov explained.

“And while there are years of study ahead of us, I can say with certainty that the death of their civilization was not the result of some cosmic catastrophe. It was the result of the civilization turning on itself, possibly with devastating nuclear weaponry.”

Dr Kulakov flatly refused to provide either of the magazines with a transcript of the message, but he did say it began with the plea, “Help us,” and went on to give data pin-pointing the exact position of the doomed planet.

"There was a quite lucid account of apocalyptic devastation, hellish explosions, widespread death and terminal illnesses,” he said.

“A Shower of meteors? Perhaps. But what stikes me, and this is just a feeling, is an underlying acceptance of guilt."

"It’s as if the senders of the message are acknowledging blame for what happened.”

"Whatever it was, they apparently had no means to evacuate the remaining population."

"Interplanetary space travel was available to them, but only on a very limited level."

"The message makes it very clear that they were trapped on their world,” said Dr. Kulakov.



( via alien-disclosure-group.com )



12 comments

  • Ldawgthegr8#

    Ldawgthegr8 wrote December 8, 2013 5:00:46 AM CET

    this is how I imagined the govt would do disclosure. By starting us off slowly by saying we found microbes in meteors, then they would tell us about a message/signal they received- so there is intelligent life out there besides us! So nobody panics because the aliens are 80000 light years away, so no worries. Then the last step is to actually see/meet an alien.

  • OtheklzeR#

    OtheklzeR wrote November 30, 2013 1:39:03 AM CET

    I like vetting the hoaxxing its what made art bell fun

  • OtheklzeR#

    OtheklzeR wrote November 30, 2013 1:39:02 AM CET

    I like vetting the hoaxxing its what made art bell fun

  • person1#

    person1 wrote November 29, 2013 11:15:50 PM CET

    I have an open mind. It could be true. It could be a hoax. Suppose it were true. It would only mean our situation is not exclusive. Life is or was out there. Maybe the message was sent further back in time than the article states.

  • opinurmind#

    opinurmind wrote November 28, 2013 4:10:23 PM CET

    I have just one problem with story, Andromeda is 2.5 million light years away, so how did we receive this message if it was sent only 80,000 years ago? someone should have thought this out better! lol

  • Domeika#

    Domeika wrote November 28, 2013 2:52:43 PM CET

    "Dr Kulakov flatly refused to provide either of the magazines with a transcript of the message"

    That's the only sentence that matters. I call BS without transcript.

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  • DmoniX_The_Destroyer#

    DmoniX_The_Destroyer wrote November 28, 2013 2:57:13 AM CET

    This story is great! For me to poop on!

  • Philbo1965uk#

    Philbo1965uk wrote November 28, 2013 1:26:01 AM CET

    Personally....I feel that most people that visit the site do so because they enjoy the paranormal, mystery, conspiracy blah blah.

    But over the last several month it appears that it's going down hill...nothing but a platform for liars and nutjobs

  • Icarium#

    Icarium wrote November 28, 2013 12:14:07 AM CET

    No source no value

 
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