“I happen to be privileged enough to be in on the fact that we have been visited on this planet and the UFO phenomenon is real. It has been covered up by governments for quite some time now.” — Astronaut Edgar Mitchell, Apollo 14 

“For nearly 50 years, the secrecy apparatus within the United States Government has kept from the public UFO and alien contact information.” “We have contact with alien cultures.” — Astronaut Dr. Brian O’Leary

“I believe that these extraterrestrial vehicles and their crews are visiting this planet from other planets which obviously are a little more technically advanced than we are here on Earth.” — Astronaut Gordon Cooper, Mercury & Gemini 

A brief summation of what they did as astronauts:

Edgar Dean “Ed” Mitchell (September 17, 1930 – February 4, 2016) was a United States Navy officer and aviator, test pilot, aeronautical engineer, ufologist and NASA astronaut. As the Lunar Module Pilot of Apollo 14, he spent nine hours working on the lunar surface in the Fra Mauro Highlands region, making him the sixth person to walk on the Moon.

Brian Todd O’Leary (January 27, 1940 – July 28, 2011)[1] was an American scientist, author, and former NASA astronaut. He was part of NASA Astronaut Group 6, a group of scientist-astronauts chosen with the intention of training for the Apollo Applications Program.

Leroy Gordon “Gordo” Cooper Jr. (March 6, 1927 – October 4, 2004) was an American aerospace engineer, test pilot, United States Air Force pilot, and the youngest of the seven original astronauts in Project Mercury, the first manned space program of the United States. Cooper piloted the longest and final Mercury spaceflight in 1963. He was the first American to sleep in space during that 34-hour mission and was the last American to be launched alone to conduct an entirely solo orbital mission. In 1965, Cooper flew as Command Pilot of Gemini 5.

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  1. Gordon Cooper saw a flying saucer at a military base.
    That is quite interesting what each of them said.

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  2. Maybe those visitors can help us colonize Mars and speed the atmospheric conditions to our liking. Every piece of that puzzle we are able to do, but will be about twenty years down the road.

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  3. Interesting Lander, thanks for sharing.

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  4. There are highly qualified distinguished people who are generally considered stable and perfectly normal, and yet many of them they believe in a man who was crucified and raised from the dead based on absolutely no verifiable evidence at all.

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    • So it sounds like you don’t believe them so do you think they are simply suffering from a mental disorder?

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      • Francis Collins is suffering from a mental disorder, in his case it is Death Anxiety.
        I don’t know the medical term for what the astronauts succumbed to. Delusion?

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      • So are you saying that the astronauts are delusional.

        I think you are bringing up Francis Collins as an argument that intelligence may not prevent delusion. I’m not sure why since I would say they either have evidence or they don’t for the claim that the US government is keeping secrets.

        Why conflate intelligence into this discussion when evidence is all that is required?

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      • So are you saying that the astronauts are delusional.

        Why would you think this is not a possibility?

        Why conflate intelligence into this discussion when evidence is all that is required?

        Fair enough.
        Please provide the evidence that supports the astronauts’ claims that you have posted.

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      • You stated — “Please provide the evidence that supports the astronauts’ claims that you have posted.

        My response — Why would you think I have evidence for the support of astronauts and their claims? That seems nonsensical, wouldn’t it be up to them to provide evidence for their own claims?

        You may be conflating my query of your comments with my belief of what they claimed.

        To be clear I find what they have claimed to be interesting. They are public figures making an extraordinary claim. They are putting their reputations and private lives on the line to do it but until they provide reasonable proof or I myself have a direct experience I will remain unconvinced.

        You took a direct position of their state of mind so I was just curious how you came to that conclusion. Since you claim they are delusional I wanted to better understand what evidence you used to determine that. You made references to religion so I was simply trying to understand your logic.

        If I were to guess from what you have provided so far in responses, I think you believe they are delusional because they may believe in God or something like that or that you think aliens can’t exist so they must be delusional given that fact. I’m not sure.

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      • My response — Why would you think I have evidence for the support of astronauts and their claims? That seems nonsensical, wouldn’t it be up to them to provide evidence for their own claims?

        I don’t see why you would think this request nonsensical.
        You post on other topics so unless you are credulous about everything it would seem prudent to Fact check before you posted.
        Or was the post simply for entertainment value only?

        Francis Collins believes a character in a work of historical fiction rose from the dead based on no evidence and you have no apparent issue with this?

        I did not say the astronauts were delusional, I merely suggested they might be, and made mention that I did not know if there was a medical term.

        I did not make any association with the astronauts claim and your god. though you seem keen to lead the conversation down this path.
        Are/were they all Christians. do you know?

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      • You stated — “There are highly qualified distinguished people who are generally considered stable and perfectly normal, and yet many of them they believe in a man who was crucified and raised from the dead based on absolutely no verifiable evidence at all.”

        So, when I asked why are you conflating God with an Astronauts claim you replied with this:

        You stated — “I did not make any association with the astronauts claim and your god. though you seem keen to lead the conversation down this path.

        I’m just trying to understand your position but this is getting a bit strange. Either you don’t know what you are putting in your reply’s or you are gaslighting me.

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      • You stated — “I did not say the astronauts were delusional, I merely suggested they might be, and made mention that I did not know if there was a medical term.”

        My response — I understand that but I’m asking why do you think they “may be delusional”. Let me put it this way, do you think there is zero chance of possible alien activity or do you think that the stress of space travel damaged them or is it something completely different?

        I’m asking because I haven’t considered mental distress of any kind on their part. I simply take the position that they don’t have convincing evidence for me to accept their claim.

        You stated — “You post on other topics so unless you are credulous about everything”

        My response — I find the claim itself to be fascinating and would love to know more about what led them to it. I have watched some video interviews with them to get a better understanding.

        You seem to exclude curiosity as a motivator. You may want to keep in mind that what interest you may not be what interest others, there is a diversity of ideas and curiosities. Given the wide range of topics I post on this should be obvious.

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      • I simply take the position that they don’t have convincing evidence for me to accept their claim.

        What evidence? Based on your post they have not produced any?

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      • They went further in the videos.

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      • Did I miss the video link?

        As you’ve watched the videos, ( or it sounds like you have) summarize the evidence

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      • There is a plethora of information on the astronauts on the web, I only posted on the statements they made to the press and some background on their careers.

        I would imagine those who find it interesting don’t rely on me as the only source of data.

        I don’t want to spin an argument off on this so let me state that I’m not trying to trap you in something just to argue.

        I think the astronauts are fascinating so I’m sharing and researching, that’s all.

        You stated — ” it sounds like you have) summarize the evidence”

        My response — I have. I find it not convincing but interesting.

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      • Then we are in agreement.

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      • Actually, you gave the impression you were associating what the astronauts said with Christians as you made the comment “There are highly qualified distinguished people who are generally considered stable and perfectly normal, and yet many of them they believe in a man who was crucified and raised from the dead based on absolutely no verifiable evidence at all.”
        when this has NOTHING whatsoever to do with what the astronauts claimed or what this post is about.

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      • Agreed. I think this is where the religion was injected in a discussion about astronauts.

        I still don’t understand the connection but some people associate everything with religion so I let it go.

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      • It’s ridiculous. Insinuating that people are/may be delusional and unreliable sources of information just because they are Christians is stupid!
        I don’t get why that person brought up his/her perspective on religion either.

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      • Really? Well maybe belief in Jesus of Nazareth is a touchy subject for you? I feel this maybe a bit of a projection on your part, I’m afraid.
        I was merely using Collins – as I regularly do in internet dialogue – as an example of a highly intelligent individual who aso believes in supernatural clap-trap because of his Death Anxiety.

        I’m sure there are plenty of astronauts who have no god beliefs whatsoever, as there are astronauts who have no truck with government plots to conceal alien visits.

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  5. Very interesting. Have you researched the secret space programs?

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