If it’s true, it’s the biggest moment in human history – a recording received from an alien, saying, ‘Hello. I am Sheivae. I receive your message. I come from a world far away from yours.’
But even hardened UFO fans are having trouble believing the recording released by the Sheivae Project – which its creator claims was received by NASA’s Curiosity rover.
In fact, ‘Complete bullsh*t,’ is actually one of the politer responses.
Its creator claims that the message – in English, delivered by a distorted voice over a chorus of bleeps – was transmitted to the NASA Rover in response to a 1977 NASA message.
Creator ‘Viktor’ says, ‘They used Curiosity to retrieve the signal. The signal came from a probe. It contained sounds and images.
‘The probe contained a disc. This disc was a response to the message of Voyager, in 1977. The first extraterrestrial contact in history of mankind. This is the message found in the probe.
Viktor remains coy about how he acquired the recording, claiming he was told about it by a mysterious contact who has since ‘died of cancer’.
The message seems strangely familiar from Earth science fiction films – including the phrase, ‘I come in peace.
The message says, ‘Hello. I am Sheivae. I receive your message. I come from a world far away from yours.
‘You are not alone.
‘I hope you receive mine. I hope you understand my message. I try to learn your language.
‘Now I am explorer, voyager, creator. You are my first contact. II am not your enemy. I come in peace.’