Interestingly, in the declassified UFO files, there was a file containing an article published on September 15, 1998, in the Weekly World News, volume 19, superscript 51. The article explained that in January 1998, NASA detected an SOS signal. extraterrestrial, but it took several months for experts to decode it.
“But only in the last few weeks (continues counting the note) have radio astronomers and experts found the key to understanding the complex math-based language, which allowed them to translate this desperate cry for help, according to a senior NASA source in Houston. ,” said Russian space scientist Viktor Kulakov, who leads a United Nations research team from a state-operated observatory 80 kilometers northwest of Moscow.
According to the analysis, it is possible that the signal came from the constellation Andromeda. Furthermore, the approximate age of the alleged message was 80,000 years old, according to Dr. Kulakov.
September 15, 1998 in the Weekly World News, volume 19, superscript 51.
“The simple fact that we received and decoded the message demonstrates, without a shadow of a doubt, that the knowledge and technology of that civilization were better than what we currently have on our planet”, explained the doctor.
“And although they had many years of evolution ahead of them, I can say with certainty that the death of their civilization was not the result of a cosmic catastrophe. It was the result of civilization collapsing in on itself, possibly through the devastating use of some kind of nuclear weapon.”
The Doctor. Kulakov adamantly refused to provide any key to transcribing the message, but said he started with a plea of guilt, then followed up on the cry for help and went on to provide location data with the exact position of the doomed planet. .
“There was a very lucid account of its apocalyptic devastation, hellish explosions, widespread death and terminal illness,” Kulakov said. “It is possible that there was a meteor shower. But beyond all that, the message contained the underlying feeling and acceptance of guilt. It\’s as if the message senders acknowledged that the end of their planet was their fault. And whatever it was, they apparently had no means to evacuate the remaining population, as interplanetary space travel was available to them, but only on a very limited level. The message makes it very clear that they were trapped in their world,” the doctor said.
The sign mentioned the exact details of the location and how desperate the alien civilization was for help. The apocalyptic process they underwent was also mentioned, which included explosions, large-scale deaths, unknown fatal diseases, among other events.
Experts say that despite having the ability to make interplanetary travel, they were already able to send a message so far, that it is more likely that these craft could only accommodate a limited number of people. In fact, the sign spoke of being “stuck” within a world in decline.
Was the SOS call from space real?
After that, Dr. Kulakov was apparently made invisible by NASA, removed from it, and erased any traces of connection to the agency. The article published in the Weekly World News, a newspaper that not only disappeared but also published material labeled as paranormal, remained only as a curious note, as an atypical testimony, so that his testimony was not always credible and was very incredulous and absolutely ignored within scientific circles. .
NASA\’s fact-check video receiving a distress call from another galaxy was found to be fake by a UFO expert named Robert Kiviat. The video itself has garnered over a million views on youtube. Check it out below.
Still, there are those who believe that his testimony is true and others simply resort to the sensationalism of the Weekly World News to distort this possibility, although others believe that, if there was such a signal, it would have been some joke caused by some satellite GPS.
Well, there are always those who believe that NASA lied from the start and that it wouldn’t be strange for this to be yet another cover-up. In short, everyone will draw their own conclusions.
Are there any signals sent by aliens?
Scientists often receive strange signals from outer space, but in an official note, a famous “Wow!” Signal is supported by NASA.
“Wow!” sign print. The comment to the side inspired the name of the event. Image credit: Big Ear Radio Observatory and North American Astrophysical Observatory (NAAPO)
The prominent and still mysterious Wow! Signal, which sounded briefly through a radio telescope on the night of August 15, 1977, may have come from a Sun-like star located 1,800 light-years away in the constellation Sagittarius.
According to NASA, “Wow! Signal is considered the best SETI candidate radio signal that we have captured with our telescopes,” Alberto Caballero, an amateur astronomer, told Live Science. SETI, or the search for extraterrestrial intelligence, is a field that has been listening to possible messages from supernatural technological beings since the mid-20th century.
Still, Caballero noted that in our infrequent attempts to say hello to ETs, humans mostly produced one-time transmissions, like the Arecibo message sent to the globular star cluster M13 in 1974. Wow! The signal could have been something similar, he added.
Additionally, a decade-long search for alien transmissions from the nearest million stars was using Australia’s Parkes Observatory to study Proxima Centauri when the Pennsylvania State University team detected the conspicuous signal, which they dubbed BLC-1. The radio waves were captured in observations taken between April and May 2019.
As NASA recently confirmed to investigate the UFO/UFO phenomenon, it is plausible that the world-renowned space agency could also be dealing with something unnatural and unexplained.