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Dr Steven Greer | Do Humans Come From Aliens

Season 3, Ep. 109

Dr. Steven Greer is the world’s leading authority on UFOs/UAPs, advanced energy, and propulsion systems and has gathered an extensive intelligence archive of compelling evidence on extraterrestrial intelligence and covert government projects being run illegally. Over the last 30 years, he has provided briefings for sitting US presidents and senior government officials across the globe and has conducted countless media interviews and delivered hundreds of lectures.  He has identified over 700 high-level government and corporate whistleblowers willing to testify regarding the UFO/ET issue.  He has authored five books and has produced five feature film documentaries that nearly a billion people have viewed. His latest film, “The Lost Century - and how to reclaim it.” 

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