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UFO Activist & Former Defense Minister Paul Hellyer Passes Away
Paul Hellyer, Canada's former Minister of National Defense, passed away on August 8th at the age of 98. He lived a long and happy life, spending many of his years later in life campaigning for truth regarding what is now today quite evident, the reality of Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs).
I did not know Mr. Hellyer personally, but I had the opportunity to say hello to him a couple of times due to his activism in UFOlogy. He was clearly a very kind and gentle soul, and was very passionate about UFO disclosure and creating awareness about the subject. This is something I have done for more than a decade now, so I understand his passion.
He was a proponent of the extraterrestrial hypothesis, that these objects, at least some of them, did not originate for human beings. He started creating awareness about the subject years ago, in a time where those who did so were often ridiculed. Fast forward to today, and the subject is no longer taboo, it's now that's taken quite seriously by many people given all of the evidence and information that has emerged as of late.
These objects are commonly tracked on radar while simultaneously filmed & visually seen by military and commercial pilots as well as civilians. Sometimes they perform maneuvers no known man made piece of machinery can. The evidence supporting a non-human hypothesis, in Hellyer's opinion is quite strong.
I believe Mr. Hellyer would appreciate this article, because he knew how important truth was and is. In many cases, truth can be objective, but there are certain phenomena humanity would be wise to pay attention to due to the huge implications it has on human consciousness and society.
Humanity may gain a new understanding of history, science, technology, biology, energy and much more. Paul was a big proponent of clean energy, and he was well aware that new energy technologies may be harvested from UFO technology.
He believed quite strongly that there is good out there.