An alleged email from an Apollo 14 astronaut and the sixth man to walk on the moon, Edgar D Mitchell, which was reportedly received by the chairman of Mrs. Clinton’s presidential campaign, John Podesta, was published online through WikiLeaks website.
Founded in 2006 by Julian Assange, the website reported that the mail was received in August last year. The email reveals that Mr. Mitchell and Mr. Podesta were intending to have a Skype conversation about the potential space war.
Mr. Mitchel reportedly warned his acquaintance that extraterrestrial intelligence (ETI) would not tolerate military violence in any forms on Earth or in space.
However, Mr. Mitchel still described the ETI as nonviolent despite them apparently being intolerance.
“We’re arguably closer than ever to war in space. Most satellites orbiting Earth belong to the US, China and Russia. And recent tests of anti-satellite weapons don’t exactly ease the scare factor.
It sounds like science fiction, but the potential for real-life star wars is real enough.”
Mr. Mitchell wrote that war in space is about to happen. He noted that the U.S., China, and Russia own most satellites orbiting Earth. The recent tests of anti-satellite weapons do not exactly help to ease the scare factor, Mr. Mitchell further wrote. He added that though it sounds like science fiction, the potential for star wars in real life is real enough.
Mr. Mitchell’s email includes multiple online articles on the war in space possibility from various sources.
He said that last summer, Deputy Defense Secretary Robert O Work talked to Congress about space war and President Barack Obama requested $5 billion for 2016 space defense.
He noted that GPS, surveillance, and communications all depend on satellites, which can be disabled without missiles as stated by the Scientific American. Breaking antennas or spray-painting is enough to disable them.
Mrs. Clinton has been linked to UFOs and extraterrestrials in many instances.
She has vowed to open the U.S. secret X-Files if she wins in her presidential bid in November.
Mr. Mitchell died in a hospice at the age of 85 in February this year.