Alien Intrusion was first published as a book in 2006 and became an Amazon Top-50 best-seller. The book, written by Gary Bates, was in response to the UFO phenomenon and the people who claim to have been abducted by aliens. A great resource for anyone questioning these strange and fantastic stories, the book was updated in 2010, and is now coming to the big screen as a documentary.
Alien Intrusion: Unmasking a Deception, is set to be released on Thursday, January 11 in select theaters, and is 2 hours, 10 minutes in length. It’s narrated by John Schneider (Dukes of Hazzard), and he hopes this movie will encourage viewers to think differently about this subject and consider other possibilities. The film crew has traveled the world to interview both experts and those who claim to have had some kind of ‘experience’ with UFO’s or aliens.
As an avid sci-fi fan and a lover of anything Star Wars, I’ve always had a fascination with alien movies. I even considered it likely that aliens do exist… somewhere in the universe, but their existence seemed to be relegated to the realm of imagination. These movies made me a believer, even to the point that I desperately wanted them to exist- well, at least the good ones, like E.T.
Millions of people have claimed to have seen strange phenomena, and I distinctly remember a friend telling me that his mother had seen a UFO hovering over her house for a short time before flying away. Hmmm, I really had no way to confirm the story, so I have no idea if she really saw anything or not.
This new movie will challenge stories, and provides compelling answers to many who have questions and want answers. The film uses cutting edge technology, and will be released globally for a one-time viewing in theaters.
I think it’s also important to note that believing in alien life has become so mainstream that it’s openly discussed in scientific journals and magazines. Recently, Discover Magazine
released an article published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, proclaiming that life in the universe is common.
Really? This was announced because scientists claim to have found the oldest fossils ever discovered in a 3.5-billion-year-old rock in Australia. Scientists explain that the discovery suggests that life on Earth arose at least 4 billion years ago, and that would mean life around the universe must be common.
I think it would be logical to ask, why would anyone arrive at such a far-fetched conclusion just by looking at an old fossil? Isn’t that kind of a stretch? Well, the researchers reason that the first life-form would have been exposed to an extremely hostile environment- when Earth had very little oxygen. And since that first life appeared and survived, then, obviously, “it was not difficult for primitive life to form and to evolve,” according to one professor. This professor went on to say that the existence of these microbes “demonstrate that life can take root and evolve much more rapidly than previously thought.” He concludes that, “If the conditions are right, it looks like life in the universe should be widespread.”
In other words, if one assumes life could spontaneously arise from non-living material here on Earth while the planet was basically uninhabitable, then it was bound to happen elsewhere in the universe.
It’s these kind of assumptions and major leaps of faith that have led many scientists, even Steven Hawking, to believe alien life.
It’s my hope that Alien Intrusion will help dispel some of these myths, and that people will be able to find reasonable and logical explanations.