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Astronomers discovered a habitable planet (This one is important)

May 17, 2017

“Last year, scientists from the U.S., Israel, the U.K, Chile, Poland, Germany, Spain and France discovered an “Earth-like” planet. This planet is just outside our own solar system, only four light years away – that’s nothing if you’re a flashlight beam! It orbits a red dwarf star called Proxima Centauri, so the scientists creatively dubbed it “Proxima b.””

I picked up this quote from an article on the internet. I got excited. How do you like to be the only dude that know about aliens for real and is ridiculed? I taught about Alpha Centauri and Zeta Reticulai in a college parapsychology class for 25 years. I had discussions with Astronomers and geneticists about which Planet, Zeta b or Pisidia b, the aliens came from to Atlantis 30,000 years ago. My course was popular but not believed. I had all the scientific evidence and none of my colleagues wanted to study it. They still don’t. The quote above that just came out is refreshing but it won’t do much. Humans don’t want to face that they live by a 25 hours circadian motion while people (aliens) who live on Pisidia live by 26 CM and the Neanderthal by 24 CM. Edgar Cayce the psychic wrote, “Poseidon was the younger brother of Zeus and he married Claito, a Neanderthal daughter whose father’s name was Evenor and they lived in an Abyssinian cave in the Azores before Atlantis started there.”  I know it sounds crazy, but we humans have between 2% and 10% Neanderthal genes.

Thank God scientists are discovering the aliens little by little. My life is rich because of them.

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