Living Nostradamus says UFO sightings indicate alien life in 3D portal

A bloke dubbed 'Living Nostradamus' whose prediction claims include the late Queen's death, says 'secrets kept at Area 51' indicate evidence of 'alien life in a three-dimensional portal.'

Few places in the world are shrouded in such mystery for conspiracy theorists as a 2.3million acre US Air Force base in remote Nevada, US.

And self-proclaimed mystic Athos Salomé has told the Daily Star that the site holds the key to "completely changing our understanding of the universe and our place in it."

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"The possibility of a three-dimensional portal raises questions about the existence of extra-terrestrial life and the nature of UFO sightings over the years," Salomé said.

"The revelation of this cosmic conspiracy could completely change our understanding of the universe and our place in it."

It comes as US Air Force veteran David Grusch came forward two months ago to claim the Pentagon is hiding evidence of alien spacecraft from Congress.

In a series of bombshell accusations, he alleged the US government has a top-secret UFO recovery program, is in possession of "non-human" spacecraft and has spotted UFOs as big as "football pitches" flying over Earth.

Salomé added: "The revelation of secrets kept at Area 51, UFOs and Grusch's recent testimony could shed light on ancient mysteries and spark a new era of discovery and innovation.

"After all, if the secrets of Area 51 were revealed, it could shake trust in government institutions and spark a movement of questioning and seeking transparency around the world.

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"It would be a crucial moment for humanity to rethink its relationship with power and seek a new form of governance based on truth and accountability."

The former intelligence officer testified at a congressional hearing on July 26 where lawmakers heard first-hand accounts of UFO sightings from former members of the military in order to find out what the US government knows about UAPs (Unidentified Aerial Phenomena) and if more transparency is needed.

"This prospect of opening a portal to transcend dimensions arouses not only the interest of the scientific community, but also of the general population," Salomé added.

"The possibility of finally getting answers about the existence of extra terrestrial life and unravelling the mysteries of the universe is a powerful stimulus for the advancement of knowledge and the evolution of society as a whole."

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