UFO Survey Reveals Many Americans Believe the Obama White House is Lying
Friday, 23 December 2011 17:09
A majority of people surveyed believe the Obama White House is lying when it says the government has no evidence that extraterrestrial beings exist.
According to those surveyed, 99% believe that UFO's of extraterrestrial origin have visited earth now or sometime in the past!
And about 98% believe that the US government "knows more than it is saying" about UFO's and extraterrestrials, thus disputing the White House recent announcement last month on its website stating that that government/scientists/CIA/ military do not have information that supports that extraterrestrials do exist.
"When asked, most people feel that the government has more knowledge and information than they are letting on... that supports that extraterrestrials do exist," said Dr. Simeon Hein, the director of The Mount Baldy Institute for Resonant Viewing in Boulder, Colorado ( www.mountbaldy.com ) which conducted the online survey at UFOsurvey.com that polled nearly 300 people.
But what some might find most surprising - of all, is that over half of those surveyed admitted they themselves have sighted what they believe are UFO's in the skies all over the United States to as far as Israel and they describe their sightings in great detail on the site.
"This is not all surprising," said Dr. Hein, who is also the author of "Opening Minds: A Journey of Extraordinary Encounters, Crop Circles and Resonance," and "Planetary Intelligence: 101 Easy Steps to Energy, Well Being and Natural Insight."
According to Dr. Hein, "The White House statement was from a low-level staffer (Phil Larson) in response to two petitions on the Obama website, concerning what the government knows about ETs." One petition got over 6,000 signatures and the other over 12,000. "I think the statement is contrary to evidence that has been accumulating in the last 60 years," added Hein.
In response, Larson of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy wrote that the US government "has no evidence that life exists outside Earth, or that an extraterrestrial presence has contacted any member of the human race."
"In addition, there is no credible information to suggest that any evidence is being hidden from the public's eye," Larson wrote.
Hein claims that former President Bill Clinton was even thwarted in his attempts to get at the truth while he was president. Hein points to this statement that he says Bill Clinton made in 2005 in Hong Kong after he left office when asked about the government's knowledge of extraterrestrial beings.
"I did attempt to find out if there were any secret government documents that revealed things and if there were, they were concealed from me too," said former President Clinton. "I wouldn't be the first president that underlings have lied to or that career bureaucrats have waited out."
"But there may be some career person somewhere hiding these dark secrets, even from elected Presidents," Clinton said at the time. "But if so, they successfully eluded me, and I am almost embarrassed to tell you that I did try to find out."
Hein says there are hundreds of former aeronautic engineers, NASA, military and intelligence officials who have evidence contrary to the White House statement.
Larson also left the door open, when he noted on the White House website that many scientists and mathematicians believe that statistically speaking, odds are high that there is life somewhere among the "trillions and trillions of stars in the universe" --- although the odds of making contact with non-humans are remote.