'Living Alien UFO Spaceships' Are Proliferating On Saturn's Ring, Warns NASA Scientist Norman Bergrun [Video]

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A NASA scientist, Normal Bergrun, claims that massive "living alien UFO spaceships" are "proliferating" on Saturn's rings. The NASA Scientist, a distinguished engineer who has worked with NASA's Ames Research Center, has stated during several interviews in recent years that the situation in our solar system concerning "living alien UFO spaceships" has become "critical" as there is evidence that they are proliferating faster than ever.

Bergrun, who has served on the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) and worked with Lockheed Martin on some of the country's most high-profile and top-secret aerospace projects, has been drawing attention with his pet theory that extraterrestrial intelligence is present in our solar system, but scientists have not recognized it.

Bergrun claims to have first spotted evidence of extraterrestrial intelligence in our solar system on Saturn's rings.

He claims there is evidence that ETs are "proliferating" to other ringed planets, such as Uranus and Jupiter.

It was in his controversial 1986 book, Ringmakers of Saturn, that he first proposed the radical theory that alien spacecraft exist in our solar system and that he has spotted them on Saturn's rings.

But since the publication of the book, he has elaborated further on his theory, saying that the "living alien spaceships" are proliferating faster with time and suggested they could be a threat, according to Collective Evolution.

"What I found out is, these things inhabit Saturn, that's where I first discovered them, and they're proliferating."

According to Bergrun, scrutiny of the footage reveals the strange objects near Saturn's rings. The images appear to show "exhaust" from the engines of the alien crafts.

He warned that the proliferation of the crafts across our solar system was speeding up and reaching a "critical" stage.

He explained that the rings of Saturn, Uranus, and Jupiter were being created by aliens as a source of energy to power their "living crafts" and to support further proliferation of the crafts.

"That's where new ones are getting their energy," he said.

According to Bergrun, the crafts could be considered "living" because they are capable of the essential functions of biological systems, such as self-replication and self-maintenance.

About the claim that the "living alien spaceships" were proliferating very fast in our solar system, Bergrun may have been referring to a theory proposed by some theoreticians, such as Arwen Nicholson and Duncan Forgan at the University of Edinburgh.

According to the mathematical theorists, our universe could be populated by myriads of self-replicating alien probes, the Inquisitr reported.

Such probes would self-replicate like biological systems using naturally occurring materials in space, such as interstellar dust and gas.

The theorists went on to speculate that our solar system could be populated by millions or even billions of self-replicating probes that we are unable to detect because we are looking in the wrong place for the wrong signs.

He also won many prestigious awards, such as the California Society of Professional Engineers Archimedes Engineering Achievement Award.

But while members of the UFO community take his theory about aliens on Saturn's rings very seriously, his professional colleagues ignore them.

Collective Evolution commented on the implications of a scientist with Bergrun's credentials subscribing to the belief that UFOs exist in our solar system.

But Bergrun is not the first distinguished scientist and NASA employee to have come forward with controversial claims about aliens or extraterrestrial life. Several highly distinguished and respected professionals, including scientists, engineers, senior military personnel and intelligence officials, have also come forward to share their insight based on their professional experience.

Outstanding examples include the NASA astronaut Edgar Mitchell, the sixth man on the Moon, and Princeton Professor Brian O'Leary.

"[There] is abundant evidence that we are being contacted, that civilizations have been visiting us for a very long time."

And Bergrun's theory about Saturn's rings has inspired some spectacular sighting claims among members of the UFO conspiracy theory movement.

The Inquisitr reported in June that some UFO hunters caused a stir when they announced to the online UFO alien conspiracy theory community that NASA's Cassini spacecraft had snapped a photo showing "brilliant disruption" of a spot on Saturn's outermost F ring that was caused by a gigantic alien UFO spacecraft taking off from the surface of the ring.

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