Shocking deathbed confession? UFOs and alien lifeforms among us? Shortly before top aerospace scientist Boyd Bushman passed away on August 7, 2014, the elderly senior research engineer who worked for Lockheed Martin recorded a 30-minute video where he candidly discusses and presents proof that UFOs and aliens exist, and that he has had personal conversations with a number of them.
Over his 40-year career, Bushman held over two dozen inventor patents, and worked with such big names in the aerospace industry as Hughes Aircraft, Texas Instruments and General Dynamics. In other words, he’s not your typical armchair alien aficionado armed with a telescope and an imaginative mind.
Writes the Inquisitr on Oct. 28: “UFOs are real and, in fact, the aliens who traveled here in their interstellar flying discs now work for the United States government — according to a top aerospace scientist who died in August, but left behind an extraordinary deathbed interview in which he reveals his high-level, inside knowledge of the United States government’s UFO program…In the video, Bushman says that one of his top-secret jobs was to ‘reverse engineer’ alien UFO technology for use by the United States military.”
But it’s his work with Area 51 that has UFO enthusiasts worked up into a titillating frenzy. Bushman unloaded the details of what he knew with fellow aerospace engineer Mark Q. Patterson, who recently posted the viral video that has well over a million views.
Bushman says that approximately 13 years ago, he ran across a person who had been given a job by Dr. Edward Teller, an American theoretical physicist who made numerous contributions to nuclear and molecular physics and who was a key figure in the Manhattan Project planning. Bushman calls Teller the “right hand man” of J. Robert Oppenheimer and that after Oppenheimer was “thrown out of Area 51,” Teller stayed there and employed a contact who Bushman claims he spoke to “two or three times per month” and who is the head of many programs at Area 51 to this day.
Although Bushman says he retains his top secret clearance, he chooses not to use it because he firmly “believes that a great deal of information should be lifted up from those dark recesses of Area 51 and moved over so people can see it.” As a scientist, Bushman says he does not believe in theory on its own, but in data, and therefore what he presents in his video will be data “that comes directly from them [Area 51 officials], through me, to you.”
The now-deceased scientist then presents details and the widely seen photos of lights that appeared over Tucson, Arizona a few years back. Bushman even has the photographer, Scott Feree, come on the video to discuss his photos. But that’s not nearly the most outrageous of the revelations propounded by Bushman.
Writes the NY Daily News: “Bushman describes the aliens as being 4 1/2 to 5-feet tall and have long fingers, webbed feet and come from a planet known as Quintumnia. It takes only 45 years for them to travel to Earth, he said. The former engineer even gave them an assignment: photograph the planets as they make the voyage to Earth — and he claimed to have those photos [many of which he shows us in the video]. He said they travel using UFOs that are 38 feet in diameter while 18 of the aliens now work with facilities in the United States.”
Describing the “cattle ranch-like” organization of the aliens that he spoke with, Bushman says: “There are two groups of aliens…One group are your wranglers, that know how to wrangle your cattle and the others are rustlers – the ones who are stealers of cattle. The two groups act differently. The ones that are wranglers are much more friendly, and have a better relationship with us.”
He also added that the 230-year-old aliens working at Area 51 were dressed up in dungarees, you know, so that when they started to float away they could be grabbed by their concerned colleagues, and that their cartilage-like bodies communicate with humans via telepathy, using our own voice inside of our head.
Bushman also talks about the spirit realm, UFO crafts at Area 51, shooting down UFO ships, dead aliens and a host of other salacious extra-terrestrial tidbits.
What is your take on what Dr. Bushman said? Does he add a unique credibility to the idea of alien life? Or are his fanciful tales just too implausible to even come close to the realm of believability? Sound off below readers!
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