Scientology church has 'carved hello to aliens at New Mexico base'
Panorama investigator John Sweeney has revealed the sinister site where Tom Cruise's Scientology church has carved a message to aliens that can be seen from outer space.
The BBC reporter, who erupted in fury at a member of the weird sect during a 2007 programme, revealed how he travelled deep into the New Mexico desert to see the Scientologists' "alien space cathedral."
The site is home to the buried texts of Scientology founder L Ron Hubbard and was built to withstand a nuclear holocaust.
Each circle has a huge diamond shape inscribed inside as a sign to aliens, the Sun reported.
According to experts, the weird signs on top of the mountain will guide Clears, high-ranking Scientologists returning from space to find Hubbard's works after a nuclear Armageddon wipes out humanity.
Ex-Scientologist Chuck Beatty, of Pittsburgh said that the whole purpose of putting these teachings in the vaults was so that in the event that everything gets wiped out, someone would be willing to locate them and they would still be there.