UFOs ‘Proliferating’ In Rings Of Saturn: NASA Scientist Says The Multiplying Spacecraft Are Alive

A NASA scientist and mechanical engineer for Lockheed Martin not only believes that the rings of Saturn are manufactured, but he also believes that Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs) are responsible for making the rings. The spacecraft are, in his words, “proliferating.” Dr. Norman Bergrun, currently an engineer at NASA’s Ames Research Center, says he believes alien spacecraft inhabit Saturn’s rings and have branched out to the rings of Jupiter and Uranus as well, making the situation in the Solar System “critical.”

And the spacecraft are alive. That is correct: The alien UFOs are living beings.

Sputnik International reported August 20 that NASA engineer Dr. Norman Bergrun had expanded the observations made in his 1986 book, The Ringmakers Of Saturn, to warn humanity that they are not alone in the universe and, in fact, are sharing the Solar System with aliens. In his original writings, Bergrun maintained that aliens inhabited Saturn, and it was the “exhaust” from their spaceships that were depositing the rings. He claimed that he had witnessed such exhaust emanating from the ships he referred to as “aircraft.”

But the aliens have multiplied, ranging farther out into the Solar System and now can be found circling Jupiter and Uranus as well. Said Dr. Bergrun, “What I found out is, these things inhabit Saturn, that’s where I first discovered them, and they’re proliferating. You can find them around Uranus and Jupiter. Wherever you see some rings, that’s where I see the aircrafts, I call them a ring maker.”

Bergrun has thrown out some words of caution as well. He said things are getting “critical” in deep space because the spaceships are multiplying, making their way to other parts of the Solar System. The spacecraft, he said, seemed to be “nursing from the rings,” picking up energy for powering the ships, providing them the resources necessary for proliferation.

And, he went on to say, “That’s where new ones are getting their energy.” Bergrun added that he believed that the spacecraft now orbiting Jupiter, Saturn, and Uranus were actually alive.

So if the UFOs are indeed alien spaceships, then it would be safe to say that humans are not alone in the universe. However, if the UFOs are not “ringmakers” and have nothing to do with the rings of Saturn (or Jupiter or Uranus), then what exactly are they, and what exactly has Dr. Bergrun observed about what apparently looks like the exhaust from some spacecraft?

Of course, it could be argued that Dr. Norman Bergrun, distinguished scientist though he is, just might be completely wrong, delusional, willfully self-deceptive, or simply overly imaginative in his interpretation of the UFOs he has observed in Saturn’s rings. But is there any possibility that his opinions might be accurate?

According to scientific consensus, the ring systems of the outer planets are consistent with the formation of a disc of material ranging from ice particles to dust to radiated organic material. Jupiter’s rings are primarily made of dust. Saturn’s seems to be made water ice and rock. Uranus’ rings seem to consist of water ice and radiation-processed organics. (By the way, Neptune has rings as well and seem to be composed of dust, water ice, and radiation-processed organics.)

Bergrun’s ringmakers theory isn’t the only idea claiming the possibility of an extraterrestrial origin circulating of late. For months, astronomers and astrophysicists have been scrambling to figure out just what is causing the dimming of Tabby’s Star, or KIC 8462852. As Inquisitr reported earlier in the month, although it has been posited that some naturally occurring phenomenon is responsible (like a swarm of comets), there are those that rather enjoy the idea that the ongoing dimming effect of the star is being caused by alien’s in the process of constructing a Dyson sphere to harness the energy of the star. (The Inquisitr also reported in July on a vanishing star that some speculated might have disappeared due to the completion of a Dyson sphere.)

But KIC 8462852 is nearly 1,500 light years away. That’s major distance and leaves mankind with little or nothing to worry about — relatively speaking (yet might not be insurmountable for an alien technology that can construct a Dyson sphere). If Dr. Norman Bergrun is correct, however, the aliens are in our stellar backyard. And he thinks their proliferation is critical. And if that is an accurate assessment of the UFOs, they’re likely already proliferating out around Neptune, as well.

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