Alien-hunters from 27 countries form new coalition to ‘prepare world’ for first contact as Pentagon readies UFO report

AN Alien hunting coalition from 27 countries has been launched to prepare the world for extraterrestrial life.

The International Coalition for Extraterrestrial Research (ICER) has been set up as the Pentagon prepares to release a report detailing what the US government knows about alien life.

EPAA video grab released by the US Navy showing a UFO[/caption]

The Vice President of the new group is British ex-police officer Gary Heseltine, who is also who is also editor of UFO Truth Magazine.

In a statement that accompanied a YouTube video announcing its foundation, ICER said it was made up of scientists, academics and leading UFO UAP (Unidentified Aerial Phenomena) researchers from across the globe.

“And we think it’s time to start preparing for contact. That’s why ICER is trying to build the foundations for a new reality.

“We are accumulating as much information as possible on all things related to the phenomenon.

‘PREPARING FOR CONTACT’

“ICER is creating awareness programs to help people prepare for this new reality.

“And ICER wants to promote peaceful relations with these intelligences. This is a journey of discovery for mankind.”

Herseltine has kept a database of 550 UK sightings involving 1,100 cops dating back to 1901. Some cases are supported by video footage.

He recently said that more people having spent time in gardens, parks and the countryside reports of alien craft are up.

The dad-of-two said: “This could be a hugely significant moment in the history of UFOs.”

The ICER’s Vice President is Gary HeseltineICER is a coalition spanning 27 countries

In December, Congress passed legislation, mandating the Department of Defense and the National Intelligence Director to produce a report about “Unidentified Aerial Phenomena” within six months. 

It will examine if unidentified aerial phenomena constitute a threat to US airspace.

The report is unlikely to conclude that highly advanced extraterrestrials are the cause but it may not rule them out.

It’s expected that recommendations for further UFO research and funding will be included within the dossier.

Pentagon officials last year took the unprecedented step to release a trio of remarkable videos which showed “encounters” with UFOs.


Perhaps the most striking was a video known as the “Tic Tac” – which showed an unidentified object being pursued by fighter planes.

Lt. Commander Alex Dietrich was training with a strike group approximately 100 miles southwest of San Diego when she and another pilot spotted the mysterious object.

She told CBS’s ‘60 Minutes’ fighter pilots had struggled with how much to reveal about the encounter as the descriptions sounded “crazy”.