A celestial body made the majority of our team unable to work, we tried to escape from Matif, but we failed and the celestial body (perhaps a comet or asteroid) hit our planet. Despite the adverse effects of the celestial body, we had time to take refuge using a transfer system. The disaster in Matif brought us to Earth. “
Mogay also reported that the group of Matif’s alien refugees arrived on Earth in September 2015, but nobody was aware of their presence because they are like pure electromagnetic waves, and they do not look like little green men as Earthmen think. But Mogay apparently found a human being who was willing to “adopt” him.
“We are extraterrestrial beings who do not have enough protection on Earth and we need your help. I live in a human body now, and this is also the reason why your people have adopted me. I learned their languages in this body, so I can talk to you, “writes Mogay. But despite having found a human body and the opportunity to learn about human culture and language, I have not been able to convince governments that I really am an alien from a distant galaxy that needs help. In the end, Mogay decided that the best way to get in touch with the government was through the largest organization in the world of UFO researchers, namely MUFON.
MUFON admits on its website that it often receives false reports. Therefore, MUFON officials say it is very likely that this SOS of Mogay is just another false alarm.
The MUFON verdict
MUFON on its reporting website UFO has cataloged this report as HOAX, or False. However, on 15 February (2016) the same supposed extraterrestrial entity that calls itself Mogay sent another report (with case ID: 74503), this time claims to be interested in getting in touch with UNOOSA (“Office of United Nations for space affairs. “Mogay also tells MUFON that if they help him, they will get a good reward and that if they wish, they can prove their identity, which is why a presumed letter (e-mail) provided by the Nations Unite, is attached to the report and is shown below:
The sender of the previous post (it has not yet been confirmed that it was really her) is Kerith McFadden, associate librarian of the Dag Hammarskjöld Library of the United Nations. Presumably, she would have replied to Mogay’s emails, but nothing has been confirmed yet.
Mogay also claims to have a Twitter account, where he can receive private messages from MUFON officials if they wish. Although this story has all the clues of being a farce; the case to date is still under investigation. Above all, the authenticity of the email attached to the report should be validated, so MUFON experts consider authentic emails. Is all this true or false? Or is it just a joke at MUFON?
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