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There ought to be coordination among all the countries on the subject in the light of recent disclosures on UFOs.
Izvestia reports that China has a record number of UFO scientific and community-based organizations. There are many who even attempt to establish some sort of a contact with extraterrestrials. Their actions are protected by the National Society of the Extraterrestrial Studies, which was founded 25 years ago. This National Society is financed by the government.
Only professional scientists and engineers are allowed members in the Society. A person also required to have Ph.D. in science and have several published works about UFOs. About a third of all members of the society are also members of theGovernment of China.
The study and civic appreciation of Extraterrestrials are NOT systematically marginalized as the case in the industralized West, which tries to use dogma to ridicule community and academic UFO research initiatives, and also the work of ‘Exopolitics’ groups.
Hundreds of scientists and engineers in China conduct thorough studies of apparent Extraterrestrial phenomenon.
Do Extraterrestrials live among humans?
At first, Sun assumed the spectacle was some sort of Cold War intelligence monitoring device – a reasonable deduction considering the times – however years later, after reading foreign materials on UFO sightings, he knew he had experienced a close encounter. ”Some of these sightings are real, some are fake and with others its unclear,” said Shen Shituan, a real rocket scientist, president of Beijing Aerospace University and honorary director of the China UFO Research Association. ”All these phenomena are worth researching.”
Research [ethically-based] into UFO’s could help spur new forms of high-speed travel, unlimited sources of non-polluting and non-fossil fuel based energy and faster-growing crops, claims Sun Shili, president of a government-approved UFO Research Association (membership 50,000). Shen Shituan does not readily dismiss UFO/ET reports like his counterparts in Western scientific communities, including the claims of one worker that aliens entered his Beijing home while his wife and child were present, and whisked him 265 kilometres east and back in only a few hours.
In June 1994 Zhao Guo and two other farm workers, working at Red Flag logging camp saw something unusual on nearby Mount Pheonix.
The complex and bizarre encounter that followed involved Meng being hit by a beam of light, as well as allegedly experiencing an abduction and a sexual encounter with a female alien. Meng Zhaoguo, a rural worker from northeast Wuchang city, explains he was 29 when he broke his marital vows for the first and only time — with an extraterrestrial of unusually robust build.
“She was 10 feet [3.03 metres] tall and had six fingers, but otherwise she looked completely like a human,” he says. “I told my wife all about it afterwards. She wasn’t too angry.”
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