Professional golfer Bryson DeChambeau appeared on the SiriusXM PGA Tour Network show Monday night and spoke about UFOs and Unexplained Aerial Phenomena (UAP).
DeChambeau spoke of an experience he had during the coronavirus pandemic with his instructor Chris Como and friend Adam Hurley while hanging out in his backyard in Texas. He explained that they saw “three small silver metallic discs” moving “in the shape of a triangle”.
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“We were there for a little less than an hour thinking, ‘What is this? ”DeChambeau said.
DeChambeau added that he was able to take a photo of it and then took to Instagram Live to talk about what he witnessed. However, when he briefly entered the house for five minutes, he returned and they were gone.
DeChambeau said his family had a similar experience.
He said his brother and cousin had a close encounter a few years ago and his father talked about growing up in Nevada and having experiences there as well. DeChambeau, who is of Christian descent, says he doesn’t think it’s not a conflict with his religion.
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“God is pretty much talking about (what’s in) the Bible and Jesus coming down and saving us as humans and I think that doesn’t rule out all life elsewhere,” DeChambeau said. “I think He (God) came down and created this book (the Bible) for us, for humans on Earth. There is no reason He couldn’t make other beings everywhere else. … So, being a religious man, I think if there’s anything it’s just us science or religion trying to explain what God has done. I don’t think there is has problems with that. I didn’t think I was going too far but I really believe there are other things. out there and it doesn’t affect my faith or anything. “
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DeChambeau says that while there is indeed life elsewhere, he doesn’t think the technology we currently have in our society can explain anything.
“There’s either a person, like an individual from Tony Stark, doing things we can’t explain, which is definitely in the realm of possibility,” DeChambeau added. “I would say the odds are less that we’re potentially future time travelers who can come back with technology we’ve never seen. I mean, that’s definitely a possibility too. But personally, I think that it’s some other life that we don’t understand or know at the moment. “
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DeChambeau continued, “I think more and more people want to know about this and what it could potentially do for our world,” he said. “I mean, shoot, if anything could bring us peace in the world, really honestly bring us all together, unite and realize that we are a human race. I think that would be the greatest thing that could ever happen. “