by Ellen Lloyd
April 12, 2020
One of the most interesting aspects of the UFO phenomenon focuses on 'the origin of extraterrestrial craft.'
Whether you are new to the UFO phenomena or have studied the subject for years, you cannot help wondering:
It is a simple question and yet it is very difficult to provide an intelligent and solid answer to this query.
Before I continue writing, it is essential to point out that the purpose of this article is not to prove the existence of Unidentified Flying Objects.
Although it is fair to
say this is a complex subject, any curious investigator will
discover that a comprehensive and objective analysis of the UFO
phenomenon clearly shows that we are not alone in the universe.
Countless UFO reports,
photographs, world-wide mass-sightings, testimonies from high-ranked
officials, photographs taken by NASA astronauts sightings obviously
speak for themselves.
A Journey to The
However, in the last
years, our scientific knowledge has increased a lot, and it is,
therefore, time for all deniers of the UFO phenomena to re-examine
This is, of course, true, but this argument can only be applied to races, which are on the same technological level as humans.
As soon as we begin
highly advanced alien races, we
must calculate some significant factors into our equation.
Do some UFOs come from
the Orion constellation?
Furthermore, we must take into consideration the aliens' possession of knowledge, which is unknown to us. The aliens' technical knowledge is determined by the civilization's age.
It is logical to assume that an alien civilization that is thousands or perhaps even millions of years ahead of us is in total control of its existence.
It must be immune to
natural catastrophes and does not fear its own self-destruction,
otherwise it could not have survived for so long.
It is possible that highly advanced alien races control the energy of entire stars and therefore there are virtually no limits to what these beings can achieve, but,
Our galaxy is vast and the distances between the stars are enormous.
The nearest star to our solar system is Proxima Centauri, a dwarf red M star in the constellation Centaurus. It is lying at a distance of 4,26 light-years away from us. That is not far...
A journey to Proxima
Centauri would take four years for us if we were traveling in a
spaceship that was going as fast as the light, which is 17,000 times
faster than the spacecraft Voyager 11 is traveling now.
For an extraterrestrial
being having a much longer average life span, this must not be much
of a problem, but for us, it is definitely out of the question.
This could be a very
interesting region of space...
Unfortunately, even though we can observe the stars,
...which together form Orion's belt, the distance between Earth and these stars is enormous, 1,300 light-years.
So what options do we have...?
Logic dictates that a spaceship must exceed light speed. However, modern physics tells us that nothing can move faster than light, and even if we could break the light barrier, we would find ourselves traveling back in time, to the past.
Is there a solution to
in the vicinity of a black hole.
Artistic impression. Credit: NASA
This could be achieved by expanding space-time behind the ship and contracting it in front of the ship.
By warping space-time in the region of a spaceship, it is possible to break the light barrier as seen by observers outside the disturbed region, without violating the velocity of light constraint within the region.
This means that if you are onboard a warp-driven spaceship, you would normally watch the motion of the stars, thinking that you are traveling slower than light.
Nevertheless, once you
arrived at your destination and checked the time it took to get
there, you would discover that your ship was actually moving faster
than light because it warped space.
Another option to travel vast distances very quickly is to use short-cuts through space and time, so-called 'wormholes.'
Spaceship entering a wormhole.
Artistic impression. Credit: NASA
Wormholes also act as
tunnels connecting different dimensions. The traversable wormholes
described here should not be confused with a non-traversable
Einstein-Rosen Bridge that is formed from collapsed stellar
The gravitational field is so powerful that nothing, not even light can escape the vicinity of a black hole. At the center of the black hole is a singularity where matter is crushed to infinite density and the gravitational pull is very strong.
A spaceship captured by a black hole would, therefore, be crushed into pieces.
If UFOs originate from
the constellation of Orion, the Pleiades or other parts of our
galaxy, then it is possible that they solve the problems of
interstellar travel making use of traversable wormholes.
Recent discoveries show that traveling through the bridge can be extremely difficult, but 'perhaps possible'...
The scientist, philosopher, and theologian St. Albertus Magnus (1206-1280) once wrote:
In modern times, it was physicist Hugh Everett, who advanced the many-worlds theory in 1957.
Everett suggested that numerous universes equal to our own surround our universe. His theory did not win much support among other scientists.
Although an infinite number of universes could not be ruled out, it was commonly agreed upon that communication between different realities was impossible.
The existence of parallel worlds could not be proven and thus the theory should be put aside.
Stephen Hawking's theory based on the wave function proposed a solution to the many-worlds problem.
According to Hawking,
wormholes connect an infinite number of self-contained universes.
Tunneling via the wormholes is possible, but Hawking maintains the
wormholes are so small that a human cannot travel through them.
As mentioned earlier,
traversable wormholes connect different universes, dimensions, times
and space regions within the same universe.
Now suppose that a highly advanced alien civilization thousands of years ahead of us exist somewhere near Earth, in a different dimension, or a parallel universe.
Stargates offer a solution to interstellar travel.
The advantages are obvious.
After all, no journey requires the crew to leave the home planet for a longer time.
It is often pointed out that UFOs can break the laws of physics, but our laws of physics are relevant in our world and must not apply to other dimensions.
It might sound strange how a vehicle that goes faster than 186,000 miles/second can travel backward in time, but it is perfectly logical.
However, when the vehicle
crosses the light barrier, time goes even slower on the other side,
thus the spaceship has entered into the realms of negative time and
finds itself traveling back in time.
Of course, we are living
in a world where anything is possible.
We can either dismiss such stories as conspiracies or consider such events did happen. It is said that extraterrestrial spaceships and their crew have been secretly recovered by the military.
So, why is it unlikely that the UFOs are future human craft?
Well, for one thing,
The obvious objection to
this argument is that UFOs are probably thousands of years ahead of
That is naturally true, but up to now, there has been no indication whatsoever that the alien species are related to humans.
Granted, there are several types of UFOs visiting our planet, which suggests that our extraterrestrial guests could be members of different races.
The absence of humans onboard the alien vehicles can still be explained without necessarily rejecting the time travel scenario.
These are gloomy
thoughts if our civilization will last long enough to build a
time vehicle we can never welcome our future human tourists.
If a time machine is
constructed in 2050, it cannot be used to transport you back to the
year of 1960. Therefore, since no one has built a time machine yet,
no one can come back to this time and it could account for the lack
of humans from the future.
Far away, from Orion, the Pleiades, Cassiopeia, Sirius, a parallel world, or perhaps they are located just around the corner on the Moon or Mars.
In any case, if they come to us from a remote region of the galaxy, then they most likely travel through wormholes...