Harvard Research Suggests Advanced Beings Could Be Secretly Living on Earth


A Harvard University study under its Human Flourishing Program has suggested the possibility that “advanced beings” or extraterrestrial life could be secretly living among us on Earth. The study, led by Dr. Emily Roberts, explored the idea that UFOs or unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) could be spaceships used by aliens visiting Earth-based friends, reports ABP.

Key Findings of the Study

  1. UFOs as Alien Spaceships: The study posits that UFOs could be vehicles for aliens visiting their Earth-based friends who live secretly among humans.
  2. Extraterrestrial Hypothesis: This unconventional theory suggests that UAPs may represent activities of intelligent beings concealed on Earth or its near environs, such as the moon.
  3. Cryptoterrestrials Concept: The research delved into the idea of cryptoterrestrials, advanced beings possibly from Earth’s future or evolved from intelligent dinosaurs, living disguised as humans.

Types of Cryptoterrestrials Identified:

  • CTH1: Human Cryptoterrestrials: An ancient advanced human civilization that survived major cataclysms and continues to exist in remnant form.
  • CTH2: Hominid or Theropod Cryptoterrestrials: Non-human intelligent beings evolved to live stealthily, possibly underground.
  • CTH3: Former Extraterrestrial or Extratempestrial Cryptoterrestrials: Beings from other parts of the cosmos or from Earth’s future, who have concealed themselves on Earth or the moon.
  • CTH4: Magical Cryptoterrestrials: Entities more akin to mythological creatures like elves, fairies, or nymphs, interact with humans in magical rather than technological ways.

Dr. Roberts emphasized the importance of examining a wide range of evidence, from archaeological findings to modern UAP reports, to gain insights into human perception and cultural beliefs. The study’s findings open new avenues for understanding the potential existence and nature of extraterrestrial life on Earth.

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Source: ABP