“We are not alone in the universe” It is a phrase that in the mouth of Fox Mulder is mysterious and with an evocative point, but in that of José Luis Jordán Moreno at the end of the projection of a documentary about Ummo, which in the 60s would have all of Aluche watching for flying saucers, no so much. In the story of Ummo Scientology, Villarejo and, it is said, even exiled Nazis got their hands on it. What no one expected is that this whole phenomenon would end up screaming in a Sitges cinema.
“It can’t be! It’s a lie! Ummo it exists!” shouted José Luis Jordán Moreno, angry after the screening of ‘Ummo’, the new documentary series in three episodes of Movistar Plus + that promises to analyze the phenomenon with a very incisive look at the television archive. After leaving the theater among people chanting “Ummoexistent!”, which many believed was part of the promotional campaign, José Luis distributed leaflets where warned of the legal problems that the streaming service could have by usurping its intellectual property.
In the brochure in question, the son of the first witness to the alleged presence of extraterrestrials asks Telefónica to do not broadcast the documentary for prejudice to the intellectual property of others before taking legal action. It is also true that he signs as “I am proud to be the son and co-heir of José Luis Jordán Peña, emissary of the planet Ummo on Earth“, so it is difficult for this to go beyond the tantrum.
I can’t ask for more from the premiere of a documentary about UFOs in Spain, EPIC #Sitges2022 #ummo pic.twitter.com/oAAfMeAZNB
— rushito 🎃 (@rushsmith) October 9, 2022
It so happens that José Luis Jordán Peña was also the president of the Spanish Society of Parapsychology, and in life he was supposedly in contact with the Ummites, an extraterrestrial race that wanted to pass on their scientific knowledge to us. A knowledge that, by chance, was already published in foreign magazines that in the Franco period did not reach Spain. Things as they are: I’m biting my nails from nerves and desire to see a good documentary of traditional aliens. With or without added controversy.