Saturn’s lunar iris may look completely lifeless, but one UFO researcher believes it is home to alien beings. The shock statement comes after a strange structure was spotted on Saturn’s third-largest moon, believed to be at least five kilometers long.
Not only did a foreign researcher say he noticed a structure on Iapetus, one of the 62 lunar moons orbiting Saturn’s ring giant, but he added that NASA was trying to hide the data.
Prominent alien hunter Scott Waring complained on his blog ET Database, saying: “I was using an app on my iPhone called Saturn Atlas when I noticed a huge black structure on the Moon’s Iapetus.
“The building is massive, about 5 km wide, 4 km wide and 1.5 km high.
“NASA has completely blurred this area to hide it, but it still stands out very well. I’ve been looking for a lot of other photos this month, none of them still have that structure.
“This app uses the old NASA index, which no longer has these photos, but fortunately for us, the app did not update or change them.
“100 percent proof that aliens exist and thrive on the moon of Saturn.”
However, skeptics and NASA argue that structure and other similar findings are only the result of pareidolia, a psychological phenomenon in which the brain tricks the eyes into seeing familiar objects or shapes where they do not.
NASA said: “Pareidolia is a psychological phenomenon when people see recognizable shapes in clouds, rock formations, or other related objects or data.
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Earlier, a former NASA top engineer said that “living UFO spacecraft” use Saturn’s rings as storage and that they are “spreading” at an alarming rate.
Earlier, a NASA employee previously said that the number of spacecraft has reached “critical” levels and that the authorities should monitor this.
He added that the rings have become so compact with UFOs that they are now beginning to gather around like Jupiter and Neptune. There are alien spaceships hiding in Saturn’s rings.
This was stated by Dr. Norman Bergrun, a respected engineer who held a position at NASA’s Ames Research Center.