An email released by WikiLeaks on Friday reveals Hillary Clinton and her campaign chairman John Podesta met with famous astronaut Edgar Mitchell to discuss “alien disclosure.”
The leaked email, sent by Edgar Mitchell to John Podesta, also suggests the Vatican is aware of extra-terrestrial intelligence (ETI).
Edgar Mitchell, who worked on the Treaty on the Prevention of the Placement of Weapons in Outer Space, wrote: “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.”
He included links in the e-mail to several online articles on the possibility of war in space pooled from various sources.
Astronaut Mitchell said Deputy Defense Secretary Robert O Work spoke to Congress about space war last summer and President Barack Obama requested $5billion for space defence in the 2016.
He said: “Take a moment to think about everything satellites do. GPS, surveillance and communications all depend on them. And the Scientific American notes you can disable satellites without missiles. Simply spray-painting lenses or breaking antennas is enough.”
She has vowed to open America’s top secret X-Files, containing details about UFOs and military base Area 51 in the Nevada desert if she becomes president in November.
Earlier this year she was a guest on radio show Power 105.1 Breakfast Club in New York where she met host Lenard McKelvey – also known as Charlamagne the God – who believes he has been abducted by aliens several times.
She told Mr McKelvey she would open tyne files unless it posed a threat to national security.
When asked whether she believed in aliens, Mrs Clinton replied: “I don’t know. I want to see what the information shows.
“But there are enough stories out there that I don’t think everybody is just sitting in their kitchen, making them up.
“I think that people see things. What they see, I don’t know. But we have got to try to give people information. I believe in that.”