Sending tremors along the fault that divides sky watchers from stargazers, a now deceased Lockheed Martin scientist purports to show proof aliens have visited earth.

In a recently published video, Boyd Bushman walks viewers to several photographs that show alien beings and spacecrafts. During the 33-minute-long video, Bushman shares what he claims were encounters with alien beings and says that some of the visitors have taken up residency on earth.

It takes roughly 45 minutes for the aliens to travel to earth from their home planet of Quintumnia, alleges Bushman in the video. There are two groups of aliens, which function under a sort of "cattle ranch" structure here on earth, Bushman alleged.

"They divide them into two groups," said Bushman. "One group are wranglers, and the others are rustlers - the ones who are stealers of cattle. The two groups act differently. The ones that are wranglers are much more friendly, and have a better relationship with us."

Bushman described the aliens as being between four and half and five feet in stature. He claimed that he encountered aliens that were at least 230 years in age.

The aliens have three backbones, formed of cartilage, and they have human-like appendages. However, the aliens' evolutionary gifts extend beyond prehensile thumbs and an upright stance, according to Bushman.

"They're able to use their own voice by telepathy to talk to you," Bushman said. "You walk in the room with one of them, and all of a sudden you find yourself giving the answer to your question in your own voice."

The "wranglers" in the group have been working with scientists in China and Russia to help earthling develop anti-gravity technology, Bushman alleges. Right now, there are humans working around the clock on aliens spaceships.

While Bushman's claims excites many in the UFO community, one of the images he claimed which shows an alien being was discounted as a toy that can be picked up at any major retailer. Bushman is unable to rebut any of the criticism his video has drawn, as the Lockheed Martin scientist passed away in August of 2014.

Those in the UFO community are now processing Bushman's "revelations" with a mixed take. Whether his accounts are true or not, the stories are "enigmatic," writes Alejandro Rojas of Open Minds.

"The whole affair could easily be written off as the delusional ramblings of an old man," states Rojas. "The only thing that causes one to pause is Bushman's background. Why would a high level scientist begin making up such wild stories? Did he actually work with Teller, and did he ever really go to Area 51? Or were these all tall tales told to him that he believed wholeheartedly?"

Check out Bushman's revelations in the video shown:

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