In a recent report surrounding aliens and UFO news, it’s been revealed that a conspiracy of Western “creationists” were trying to prevent vital evidence of extraterrestrial life getting out to the world. A Sri Lankan politician spoke before a huge crowd at a religious temple in Hanwella last Thursday and claimed that a team of “white gentlemen” tried seizing evidence of meteor fragments possibly linking them to aliens.
Open Minds published a detailed article on this story Nov. 7. Minister Wimal Weerawansa, the leader Sri Lanka’s Jathika Nidahas Peramuna political party, accused “white gentlemen” from an international space research institute of trying to steal “raw material and data related to meteor fragments that had fallen into a paddy field in Anuradhapura.”
Minister Wimal believes the team attempted the theft so they could “further their agenda and undermine Buddhist teachings on the universe.”
The minister told the people why he thinks Western creationists tried stealing the proof Sri Lanka has that aliens exist.
“Why did they do this? It’s because they don’t want the world to know that creationism is a blatant lie. When it is proven that life outside planet Earth exists, creationism would turn into a lie. This was a fact that was initially declared and proven by the Buddha and his teachings on the universe.”
Open Minds got their information from Sri Lanka’s Daily Mirror newspaper. The evidence of alien life Wimal was referring to was highlighted in the Journal of Cosmology on Feb. 7, 2014. The alleged evidence of aliens that rained down in Anuradhapura was discovered in Dec. 2013.
According to the paper, local scientists claimed they discovered “complex biological structures” inside the fragments, which suggest they are of extraterrestrial origin. Meteor fragments contained unicellular organisms “embedded in alien rock.”
Scientists from Buckingham Center for Astrobiology are part of those in possession of this extraterrestrial evidence. As the report notes, they have made other claims throughout the years of additional discoveries they’ve made of micro-organisms they believe came from space. Members there have been “credited with developing the theory of ‘panspermia.'” This is theory deems that life is “abundant throughout the universe and is spread via asteroids and meteoroids”
Many scientific experts are skeptical in believing that micro-organisms the Sri Lankan scientists found really came from space; they think it had more to with contamination from the Earth.
It’s uncertain if this evidence supports the idea that aliens exist. It’s even suggested that the Sri Lankan minister is charging that “creationists” tried stealing proof alien life as part of his political “rhetoric.”