The great comic Groucho Marx once said, “I refuse to join any club that would have me as a member.” Perhaps the planet Earth can take some solace in the wisdom of those words. Apparently, we have been denied entry into the “Galactic Federation.”
Retired Israeli General, Professor Haim Eshed, and currently a self-avowed UFO hunter, recently revealed that an apparent “Galactic Federation” has been in contact with Earth for many years, but our planet has yet to be invited to join the organization because humanity is simply not ready to accept the truth of the Federation’s existence.
The 87-year-old former space security chief insists agreements have already been made between the “Galactic Federation” and the US. This cooperation includes a secret underground base on Mars, where humans and alien representatives are already working together.
Professor Eshed insists that world leaders, including President Trump are aware of “The Federation’s” existence, and he was “on the verge” of disclosing the truth about them, but Trump was specifically prevented from doing so by the upper echelon of the aforementioned “Galactic Federation.”
Israeli newspaper, the Jerusalem Times, has quoted Eshed saying they wished to prevent mass hysteria since they felt humanity needed to “evolve and reach a stage where we will understand what space and spaceships are, and at that time [the Earth] would be welcomed to join the Galactic Federation, but until that time they insisted that their presence not be revealed.”
It does seem rather odd that an organized cabal of interstellar beings that does not wish our planet to join them, would take their name from a famous earthbound TV series from the 1960s. However, as bizarre as Eshed’s claims seem to be, they “coincidently” come at the same time as the creation of the US Space Force, and the more recent announcement that its members will be called “Guardians,” another name Sci-Fi fans should be quite familiar with. “I am Groot,” anyone?
For decades science fiction authors, who prefer to call themselves “futurists” have predicted everything from spaceships to cell phones.
So, are Dr. Eshed’s claims fantastical delusions, or a bizarre case of reality imitating art?