The day an ‘alien message’ interrupted the BBC signal
This peculiar event took place at the BBC in London and is still an unsolved mystery today. On that day, the voice of Vrillon, an alleged representative of the «Ashtar Galactic Command», was broadcast live.
It happened on November 26, 1977. That afternoon, while the BBC presenter was on the air, the transmitter broadcasting to the south of the UK saw its signal intercepted for six minutes.
At that time, in addition to the lines that could be seen on the screen, a voice from the “afterlife” was heard whose owner claimed to be Vrillion, an alien from an alleged group of aliens that -according to occult lovers- had already tried to contact humanity before.
After introducing himself – education above all – the alien stated that they were just looking for wisdom.
“We have come to warn you of the fate that awaits your race and your world. We want them to be able to communicate to their fellow human beings the path they must follow to avoid the disaster that threatens their world and the beings of the worlds around them.”
“That is, so that they can participate in the great awakening at the time when Earth passes into the New Age of Aquarius.”
“A time of great peace and evolution for your race, but this will only come if your rulers are aware of the forces of evil that can take over their judgments.”
In turn, Vrillion highlighted that the human race must definitively abandon conflicts and enjoy their lives to live in peace and harmony.
“You are free to accept or reject these teachings, but only those who learn to live in peace will move on to the higher level of spiritual evolution,” added the being.
He then explained that humanity had to flee from the false prophets, a series of characters who only sought to suck their energy from them.
“They must learn to be sensitive to the inner voice that tells them what is true and what is not,” he emphasized.
The case made headlines in the local press and created a legend that endures to this day. However, not a few people think the message was a simple joke, a trick or a total lie.
However, the truth is that today there are clips on the Internet in which this alleged recording is collected. Judge for yourself.