Will It Be Star Wars or Star Dreams? | Paul Hellyer

Will It Be Star Wars or Star Dreams?

Paul Hellyer

Now that we know space ships from other planets have been visiting Earth for decades, if not centuries or millennia, we Earthlings are faced with serious choices. If we extend the “welcome mat,” instead of treating the visitors as “enemy aliens,” we can learn from them and cooperate beneficially.

That is only the beginning, however. The opportunity to extend our scientific knowledge in many fields is so vast that it is impossible to catalogue. It may be necessary to begin our quest by unlearning some of the “truths” we were taught, to clear the deck for exploration of the broader reality.

Paul Hellyer was first elected in 1949. He subsequently held senior posts in the governments of Lester B. Pearson and Pierre E. Trudeau who defeated him for the Liberal Party leadership in 1968. The following year, after achieving the rank of senior minister, later designated Deputy Prime Minister, Hellyer resigned from the Trudeau cabinet on a question of principle related to housing.

A man of many interests, Hellyer’s ideas are not classroom abstractions. He was born on a farm and his business experience includes manufacturing, retailing, construction, land-development, tourism and publishing. This multi-faceted career, in addition to a near lifetime in politics, gives Hellyer a rare perspective of world events.

In recent years Paul Hellyer has become involved with the extraterrestrial presence and technology. He believes that the time has come for full disclosure of what governments know, and how far advanced they are in replicating the visitor’s technology, especially in the field of energy.

Recorded at the 27th annual SSE Conference in 2008 in Boulder, Colorado, USA.

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Published on November 13, 2018