Aliens live in underworld; UFO secret entrance discovered on Moon in Google Maps: UFO Sightings

Aliens live in underworld; UFO entrance discovered on Moon in Google Maps: UFO Sightings

While scanning the Lunar surface with Google Maps, alien hunter Scott C Waring who constantly posts found alien findings on his blog UFO Sightings Daily has spotted a secret doorway of aliens. Alien seeker believes that the doorway is being used by aliens to enter the underground hidden world on the Moon.

The hidden gateway is located on Bancroft Crater, Moon, and the square-shaped gate measures 70 meters by 50 meters when measured using Google ruler. While the outer edges measure 114 meters by 114 meters.

“The base entrance is just outside the shadow of the crater, which means it was placed there deliberately to be in the light and make entering and exiting it with smaller ships much easier,” wrote UFO Sightings Daily.

Aliens live in underworld; UFO entrance discovered on Moon in Google Maps: UFO Sightings

Scott Waring had revealed similar structure on the Martian surface back in January 2014, while scanning the Google maps. There was a passage for aliens to go to an underground base.

UFOs have been seen frequently on Mars and Moon. Recently, a circular UFO and a 10 km long UFO Mothership was spotted on Moon which is a proof that aliens to do linger around celestial bodies. However, conspiracy theorists raised questions on why we were not able to capture them.

Discovery of the underground base is a perfect reply to those people who raise questions on the existence of aliens. Scott believes that aliens hide in the underground world and humans have searched over the surface and this why we have failed to capture them till now.

He further added that the American space agency NASA knows about the aliens and they are hiding it from us. In a blog post, he once claimed that aliens threatened astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin (First humans to land on moons) not to visit Moon again and that’s why NASA has canceled future Apollo mission to visit Lunar surface.

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