Paul Hellyer, a former Canadian Minister of National Defense, told a panel of UFO researchers and disclosure experts at a recent hearing that he was called to listen to a deathbed confession by a former Canadian chief of emergency measures.
Hellyer, 92, a former Canadian minister of national defense from 1963 to 1968 and former deputy prime minister in 1969, is well known to members of the UFO disclosure community. He claims that while he served in senior government positions, he saw evidence that extraterrestrial beings have visited Earth.He told the panel at the Alien Cosmic Expo's "Hearing on ET Disclosure," held on Saturday, June 25, 2016, in Brantford, Ontario, Canada, that an unnamed former Canadian chief of emergency measures who was dying due to a neurological illness called Lou Gehrig's disease (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS) expressed the wish to make a death bed confession to Hellyer.
Hellyer said a friend in the Air Force phoned him and told him about the official's request.
Hellyer then made an appointment with the dying official and interviewed him. The official gave a detailed account of his experience at the top-secret U.S. Air Force base, Area 51.
"I made an appointment with him and my buddy phoned me up and told me 'You better get in touch with him right away because he is right on the edge.'"
"I phoned him and he gave me a full report of what he saw," Hellyer said. "He felt that he could now tell, and I would be a good one to tell."
"They flew him to Area 51 and let him go inside one and observe it and make notes and this sort of thing."
The dying official told Hellyer that when he visited the CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia, CIA officials asked him if he would like to see inside an alien spacecraft. They then flew him to Area 51 and allowed him to enter one stored inside a secret hangar at the top secret facility.
Hellyer suggested that the "current [Canadian] chief of emergency measures" would also have access to relevant information about alien spacecraft at Area 51.
"The reason I know is I interviewed the previous one, who is now deceased, and he went to Langley and the CIA asked if he would like to see one of these crafts," Hellyer declared.
He suggested that the reason why the former emergency measures official was allowed to see and inspect the UFO was to prepare him to respond effectively if an alien UFO crashed within Canadian territory."I guess, presumably, [that he was allowed to see the alien spacecraft at Area 51 so that he would be able to] cope with it if one crashed here [Canada]," Hellyer said.
But according to Hellyer, before the CIA allowed the Canadian official to see the alien spacecraft, he was required to "sign an oath" of secrecy.
"But before he was allowed to go he had to sign an oath of secrecy and not tell anyone, and during his life he didn't tell anyone including his wife," he said.
Hellyer's statements support claims by some UFO researchers that the U.S. government is secretly storing alien spacecraft recovered from UFO crash sites inside secret hangars at the Area 51 facility.Although UFO researchers claimed for years that the U.S. government was running a top secret base in the Nevada desert where debris recovered from UFO crash sites was being kept, their claims were dismissed as "conspiracy theories."
But the "conspiracy theories" gained some credibility after the U.S. government finally admitted the existence of a secret facility in the Nevada desert in 2013.
But the government did not admit that it was keeping alien spacecraft or extraterrestrial technology at the facility.
Hellyer is well-known among members of the UFO disclosure movement as one of the most senior former government officials to have volunteered disclosure statements. He attracted the attention of the international media recently when he claimed that several alien species have contacted world governments and that governments are covering up information about extraterrestrial life.He testified at the hearing in Brantford that he saw sighting reports when he was the Canadian minister of defense, but he did not pay attention to them because he was not interested in the subject at the time. He was not interested in UFOs at the time because he was too busy "trying to combine all the military branches of the Canadian military into one combined force."
But he claimed that if he had been interested and had requested to see classified UFO files, he would not have been refused.
"This completely contradicts the conspiracy belief held strongly in the UFO research community that some Wizard of Oz or deep black cabal actually runs the government and that elected officials are simply puppets pretending to be in charge," Earth Mysteries News commented.
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