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- This Beatle Saw UFOs And Met With Aliens -

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The Navajo Skinwalker Gains New Interest
By Duncan Phenix

Skinwalker Ranch in Utah has been the focus of many Mystery Wire stories for years. George Knapp has visited and reported on the strange incidents on the ranch several times. Just this past month, we told you about the new owner of the ranch, real estate investor Brandon Fugal. Fugal purchased the property from North Las Vegas businessman Robert Bigelow.

So we know much about the property, but what about the legend of the skinwalker, for which the ranch is named after? According to Navajo culture, a skinwalker (Navajo: yee naaldlooshii) is a type of harmful witch who has the ability to turn into, possess, or disguise themselves as an animal.

The skinwalker is also called a shape-shifter. In a new article on How Stuff Works, archaeological discoveries in modern-day Germany date the contemplation of therianthropes (shapeshifting or half-animal beings) back to between 35,000 and 40,000 years in the past. More recent findings in Sulawesi, Indonesia, may push the date back even more, to at least 43,900 years ago.

In the Navajo language, yee naaldlooshii translates to “by means of it, it goes on all fours”. On Wikipedia, the legend of the skinwalkers is not well understood outside of Navajo culture, mostly due to reluctance to discuss the subject with outsiders. Navajo people are reluctant to reveal skin-walker lore to non-Navajos, or to discuss it at all among those they do not trust.

In an extensive examination of the Navajo skinwalker, Legends of America writes, In order to become a Skinwalker, he or she must be initiated by a secret society that requires the evilest of deeds – the killing of a close family member, most often a sibling. After this task has been completed, the individual then acquires supernatural powers, which gives them the ability to shape-shift into animals.

Most often, they are seen in the form of coyotes, wolves, foxes, cougars, dogs, and bears, but can take the shape of any animal. They then wear the skins of the animals they transform into, hence, the name Skinwalker. Sometimes, they also wore animal skulls or antlers atop their heads, which brought them more power. They choose what animal they wanted to turn into, depending on the abilities needed for a particular task, such as speed, strength, endurance, stealth, claws, and teeth, etc. They may transform again if trying to escape from pursuers.

The research goes on to show native American lore that skinwalkers are able to take possession of humans if a person locks eyes with them. After taking control, the witch can make its victims do and say things that they wouldn’t otherwise.

History is currently airing a series of episodes about Skinwalker Ranch.

Source: Mystery Wire


Did The Space Brothers Tell Us to Stay Off The Moon?
By Timothy Green Beckley

"Excerpted From "Psychic And UFO Revelations For The Twenty-First Century"

Ever really wonder why we have not been back to the moon?

Why we haven't set up a base or even a colony by now?

Maybe my warning had been taken to heart -- for after all it had been a stern one.

"Alien beings, using the moon as a flying saucer base, are warning us to watch our step in space. If we try to colonize the moon, these outer space intelligence, will stop us!"

The New York Daily News and the Sunday Gazette Mail of Charleston, West Virginia carried my message throughout the country, since  the Daily News had a circulation of about 3 million at the time, the WV paper a lot less of course.

It was June of 1969, and I was in Charleston to speak at a large  "flying saucer show," organized by J. Ralph Jarrett acting as that years sponsor of the Congress of Scientific UFOlogists a group of which I was on the national board of director, along with stalwarts James Moseley,  Cleveland's  Rick Hilberg and Al Manning, a Korean War vet who had had an up close, personal encounter with a foo fighter.

I pointed out at a press conference,  held before the event in the Daniel Boone Hotel, that I had been instructed by my "planetary guides"  to tell the media that if we attempted to return to  the moon there would be serious repercussions on earth -- in the form of earthquakes, power failures and other headline making  disasters. I should point out that the space people didn't necessary say that they were going to cause these events (except for  Ted Owens who said the SI's could be very vindictive).  Instead it was  a sort of what you sow you reap sort of thing.

After I explained that my source for these warnings was a group of UFO contactees,  who had been in regular  touch with some pretty powerful extraterrestrial friends, they pretty much accurately quoted me as having said:  "Whatever they are, these beings are more highly advanced. They are primarily concerned that we might use the moon for military purposes. They're warning us not to do that."

Fat chance I would have to say, even at this late date!?

To bolster my point, I revealed that many of our space missions had been closely monitored by "strange lights," which followed our astronauts out in space in order to show us that they "meant business."  I also told how they might go so far as to "quarantine the earth until we have cleaned up our act."  I confess I was going for the sensationalist factor, hoping the event would get more than a blurb in the back of the paper.  My approach resulted in wide coverage. I had said a mouthful and I would have to live with it.

After UFO contactee Michael X (whose real name was  Michael  Barton) decided that he did not want to talk about UFOs or the space people any longer, publisher Gray Barker wanted to publish more titles by Michael, but any offer he made was refused. So I took up the helm and wrote three books under the Michael X plume. One of these books was "Danger On The Moon," a 32 page discourse which I feel is still very relevant to this day due to the timeliness  of its contents, even though it came out in the late Sixties.

In short, this booklet explained how even though we had landed on the moon, because of our warlike activities and general chaos, the space people would prevent us from returning to the lunar surface. They would take whatever measures  necessary to see that we did not  establish our own  bases or colonies there, which had long been on our space agencies agenda.

I should explain further that the dire prediction, that it would be a long time before we were allowed to take our "rightful  place" in space as part of an "independent confederation of planets," was being channeled and passed on to me by a variety of independent sources all around the same time. That is, following our Apollo moon landing.  
These other worldy predictions  were arriving  in my mailbox pretty regularly, but not one to take channeled messages on such a far fetched matter   at face value -- being somewhat skeptical  believing that they might be derived from our own subconscious) -- I did my best to verify the reliability of these "dire warnings," as they were being presented to me.

This brings me to the book that this article is derived from..."Psychic and UFO Revelations for the Twenty-First Century."

It started out as a saddle stitched booklet of 64 pages and ended up as a large format paperback of nearly 200 pages that sold over 50,000 copies, mainly through the tabloids like the Weekly World News and the Globe, and in a dozen or more psychic and UFO publications like Fate which dotted the newsstand at the time, all of which have dissipated over the last decade, till there are no more -- sort of like "Ten Little Indians."   

The title of the book is sort of self explanatory, the contents of which has not been lost for all time. In fact, we have added an appropriate amount of material from the last, 1989, edition as a good deal of this material is still appropriate and many of the predictions have either transpired, are yet to come about -- and, yes, there were a few that hit way off the mark. Even the Space Brothers can fail when it comes to prophecy. We can't all be Nostradamus, I suppose.

So grab your cosmic score card and start taking notes, and let's see what the space folks -- that includes you Ashtar and Semjase --  have to say when it comes to events that might be right ahead.

The space people want me to tell you that they bring peace and harmony. And I'll ditto that.

Source: Psychic And UFO Relations For The Twenty-First Century


More Forgotten Saucer Cases of the 1970s Part 3
By Scott Corrales © 2020

A Lucky Location Shot

Perhaps no other case of this time period was as sensational as the Puebla UFO Crash – an incident that occurred on July 29, 1977 – involving the acrobatics of a trio of ‘fireballs’ seen over different parts of Mexico and even recorded by a professional film crew. One of these objects reportedly exploded in mid- air, scattering debris all over the Sierra de Puebla, the forbidding mountainous region that makes up a considerable part of that state.

The initial witnesses to the events were students in Mexico City standing in line to take admissions test in the National Education School at six o'clock in the morning on July 29. Shortly after, the Hoy Mismo television broadcast told viewers that reports were coming in from about 'three lights in the sky flying from south to north in the vicinity of the Estadio Azteca toward Ciudad Satélite'. The control tower of the UFO-prone Mexico City International Airport, however, poured cold water on the sighting, saying their radars weren't picking up a single thing.

A more detailed report, however, was provided by Mr. Carlos Tejeda, who said that "one of the UFOs consisted of two stages - the first was a metallic spearhead, the second was a mass of light that couldn't be clearly made out, and left something like white smoke in its wake." This initial telephone report would soon be followed by others, including a mass sighting by employees of an air cargo company, and this was just the start - the next three days would bring a tidal wave of new sightings from one part of the country to another.

As fate would have it, a film crew taping an exterior shot for the motion picture Picardía Mexicana in southern Mexico City would capture the objects in flight. The crew had been assigned with a 'darkness into dawn' shot and their cameras were properly set up for the occasion. Their cameras managed to pick up the three objects which appeared to be engaged in acrobatics. The unit director, Abel Salazar, told his cameraman not to lose the object from sight. On the exterior set were some major figures of Mexican cinema at the time, such as Vicente Fernández and Jacqueline Andere, who also witnessed the even. Salazar would later observe that while unsure if the objects were 'UFOs or not', they did leave behind them a 'wake of stars'.

As if proof of the event on film stock wasn't enough, the airline Aeroméxico's operations center in the city of Zihuatanejo, issued a precisely-worded wire: "Radio operator Hernández Moncada 11552 (5 o'clock local time) saw three UFOs flying from north to south at approximately 16,000 feet. A shining round mass was flying in a straight line with two smaller masses behind it 'as thought trying to stop it'. These two lights made a 180 degree turn and returned at prodigious speed. Stop. Large mass exploded into four parts without losing its size, continuing its trajectory while leaving a luminous wake like a comet's tail for five minutes. Stop. These events were confirmed by TWR (tower) Dispatcher in ATOINTL (Zihuatanejo International Airport), Mister Daniel Alvarez." - a startling official admission of UFO activity if there ever was.

Mexico City’s “El Diario de la Tarde” informed its readers that Aerolíneas Argentinas Flight 371 reported seeing a UFO some five hundred kilometers away from Mexico City, from where it had taken off earlier. Over the rainforest-draped mountains of Oaxaca, the airliner’s crew said the UFO ‘was starting to disintegrate’. Further confirmation was received from other civilian aircraft aloft at the time.

Efforts at finding the debris in the vegetation-covered mountains proved fruitless until researchers received a letter in August 1977 letter from schoolteachers in the state of Veracruz, advising them that a strange piece of metal had fallen in the town of Jopala, Puebla. "One of these sparks [referring to the sparks emitted by the disintegrating UFO] was recovered after it touched the ground. It is a piece of sheeting whose material is unknown to us. It is being kept by the authorities of the municipality of Jopala, who told us the fragment was still hot when they collected it." The schoolteachers also noted the belief that more fragments could be found in the general area.

So far the story has all the makings of an X-Files episode. Researchers ventured into the inhospitable, canyon-ridden region of Puebla only to find that the residents of Jopala were not inclined to part with their piece of unusual debris. The authorities yielded to a request to see the fragment, which proved to be a very heavy piece of metallic sheet. In the end, the municipal president agreed to part with a small fragment which was later submitted to analysis, revealing it was high-purity steel of some sort…such purity that it was not employed anywhere on the planet.

Skeptical sources suggest the fragment of enigmatic metal belonged to a Soviet satellite - Cosmos 929 - but fail to account for the sightings taking place throughout the country. Unless Soviet satellites were in the habit of chasing each other in the skies over Latin America?

- Editors Note: Because of the length of this article I am presenting an abridged version on Conspiracy Journal. I highly recommend that you take this link to read this incredible piece by Scott, and to keep going back to Inexplicata-The Journal of Hispanic Ufology for Scott's other well-researched and written articles.

Source: Inexplicata


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This Beatle Saw UFOs And Met With Aliens
By Hannah Wigandt

John Lennon claimed he saw a UFO fly over New York in 1974, and that aliens gave him a golden egg.

Throughout much of John Lennon's life, a lot of bizarre things have happened to him and there are tons of well-known anecdotes about him, but nothing compares to the story about how John Lennon saw UFOs over New York City and how he met with them in person.

John Lennon first alluded to seeing UFOs when he discreetly put, "On the 23rd Aug. 1974 at 9 o'clock I saw a U.F.O." on the cover of his classic album Walls and Bridges. This was not an attempt by Lennon to be weird and funny on purpose, he actually did see the UFOs apparently.

According to History.com, Lennon was lying in bed naked when he suddenly "got the urge" to walk out onto his balcony where he saw a flying disk with white blinking lights and a red light blinking on top.

Lennon explained that he was completely sober during the entire experience, even though the siting happened during Lennon's infamous "lost weekend" where he separated from his wife Yoko Ono and went off the rails drinking and doing loads of drugs with his friends.

UltimateClassicRock.com said May Pang, Lennon's girlfriend throughout the "lost weekend", said this: "As I walked out onto the terrace my eye caught this large, circular object coming towards us. It was shaped like a flattened cone, and on top was a large, brilliant red light, not pulsating as on any of the aircraft we'd see heading for a landing at Newark Airport. ... When it came a little closer, we could make out a row or circle of white lights that ran around the entire rim of the craft - these were also flashing on and off. There were so many of these lights that it was dazzling to the mind."

Lennon also apparently took photos of the UFOs but when he developed them nothing showed, but when he also called the police about it they told him they'd had similar calls coming in. Later on, Lennon put his experience in his song, Nobody Told Me, saying, "There's UFOs over New York and I ain't too surprised." But this experience was nothing compared to another story of Lennon coming in contact with extraterrestrial life.

According to Uri Geller, who is a British magician and was friends with Lennon, claims Lennon told him he had met with aliens. "I’ve kept this story to myself for many, many years and never told it to anyone,” he told The Weekly News. "When John told me of this event, it was so bizarre and weird and so ahead of its time that no-one would have believed it, but today people are telling how they have been taken into UFOs and probed by aliens from outer space."

"John never asked me to keep his story a secret, so I thought it would be interesting to tell it in my first magazine. It basically blew my mind because I was already then a believer in extraterrestrials visiting our planet," Geller said.

"One night he was lying in his bed in the Dakota building where he lived in New York and suddenly noticed an extremely bright light pouring in from around the edges of the bedroom door. It was so powerful, he thought it was someone aiming a searchlight through his apartment. He got up, crossed to the door and flung it open. The next thing he could remember was four thin-looking figures. He said that the figures came over to him as he just stood there. Two of them held his hands and the other two gently pushed his legs and he was gently guided into this tunnel of light. He was shown all of his life, just like watching a movie, and he told me it was the most outstandingly beautiful thing he’d ever seen. John recalled something being given to him. That was all he remembered, but when he opened his hand there was this odd-looking, not quite egg-shaped, ball of metal – very smooth and very heavy, about an inch or so wide...Then he put his hand in his pocket, pulled out the object the aliens had given him and gave it to me."

In The Telegraph's article, Geller said that Lennon described the alien creatures as bug-like, and he still has the egg to this day, but no one can know for sure if what Lennon said was true. When asked about why he didn't want the egg anymore, Lennon said, "It's too weird for me. If it's my ticket to another planet, I don't want to go there." Either way, the stories aren't very surprising given Lennon's track record. Does anyone remember the flaming pie story?

* For more fascinating stories about UFOs and rock & roll, get a copy of Timothy Green Beckley's "UFOs Among the Stars."

Source: The Things


Actor Yaphet Kotto Claims Multiple UFO Experiences
By Nirmal Narayanan

The notion of alien life has been perplexing humans since the day humans started exploring space and its unending mysteries. Even though several space experts suggest the possibility of alien life in the universe, no studies have succeeded in finding anything concrete to prove the presence of extraterrestrial life. However, conspiracy theorists believe that aliens have already visited earth, and they argue that UFO sightings are proof of their presence on earth.

The unusual experience shared by a Hollywood actor

In 2017, popular American actor Yaphet Kotto claimed that he had once seen aliens in real life. Kotto had played a crucial role in the 1979 blockbuster movie 'Alien', that narrated the story of an extraterrestrial invasion during a space mission.

Kotto made the remarks while talking to Vice.com, revealing that the purported extraterrestrial encounter happened in the Philippines.

"It was one evening at my office in the Philippines. I heard my wife and the waiters calling me to come outside in very anxious voices. So I went out and when I got there, I saw the same huge circle of smoke over the house. When I asked them what they saw, they said they saw a UFO as big as the Yankee Stadium turned upside down. They were freaking out," said Kotto.

After two days, Kotto himself claims to have witnessed the UFO, and he believes that it could be most probably an alien spaceship. Kotto revealed that the giant spaceship blotted out everything in the sky including the moon.

Multiple alien encounters

Kotto added that he has witnessed alien spaceships several times in his life. The Hollywood star claimed that he saw a UFO once, and at that time his assistant was also present in the scene. The actor added that he had met a real-life alien during his childhood.

"I always felt like I had a connection with them, it all related to seeing that alien when I was nine years old. I think it jumped to the back of me because it was startled because I had caught it. I went to a psychiatrist to ask what the hell I saw," claimed Kotto.

Later, Kotto's mother took him to a faith healer, and since then, the bizarre creature did not appear in front of him again.

Source: International Business Times


Nebraska May Have Had its Own Roswell in 1884

Very few people have heard of Max, Neb. A cursory look at the Google Map of the town shows just how small it is - under 20 blocks, a blip in southwest Nebraska. It's just eight miles from the seat of Dundy County: Benkelman, population 914.

But Max, the blip it may be, is the closest town to an incident in that occurred 1884.

The Nebraska Nugget reported, "About 35 miles northwest of Benkelman, Dundy County, on the 6th of June (1884) a very startling phenomenon occurred. It seems that John W. Ellis and three of his herdsmen and a number of other cowboys were out engaged in a roundup. They were startled by a terrific whirring noise over their heads, and turning their eyes saw a blazing body falling like a shot to Earth. It struck beyond them, being hidden from view by a bank."

One of the herdsmen, Alf Williamson, was burned as he approached the craft, which had created a split in the ground as it dragged to a stop. He was taken back to Ellis' home and treated for his burns.

E.W. Rawlins, the brand inspector for the district, came to inspect it.

The Nebraska State Journal reported on the event in 1887, saying, "One piece that looked like the blade of a propeller screw, of a metal of an appearance like brass, about 16 inches wide, three inches thick and three-and-a-half feet long, was picked up by a spade. It would not weigh more than five pounds, but appeared as strong and compact as any known metal. A fragment of a wheel with a milled rim, apparently having had a diameter of seven or eight feet, was also picked up. It seemed to be of the same material and had the same remarkable lightness."

The lack of physical evidence means there's nothing much left today, and John Buder, a field researcher with the Mutual UFO Network of Nebraska, said that the people of Dundy County shy away from talking about the event.

Most of his investigation into it has been research. He first stumbled across the story in a tourist's guide to Nebraska. From there, he's found it in multiple books on the subject.

"There has been a lot of studies made on UFO crashes," Buder said. "The people who I

would claim know the most have not identified it as a hoax."

It was the second UFO crash Buder knows of, and the first to be recorded in newspapers of the time. But once the story came out, it started a worldwide wave of similar stories - some more reputable than others.

One such case is the 1897 crash near Aurora, Tex., where four alien bodies are supposedly buried in a graveyard. Eyder Peralta, a reporter for the Houston Chronicle, investigated that crash and turned up nothing.

But the Nebraska crash is the first reported. It was only after the incident near Max that it became a sort of mythology.

"That means that all these other hoax crashes that started seem to have gotten their start at Max, Neb.," Buder said.

It's a piece of Nebraska history only occasionally touched on, Roswell before there was a Roswell to speak of.

"I'd say right now there's only a few dozen people

in Nebraska who even know about it," Buder said.

But how does a craft just disappear, just dissolve in a crash? What about the "cogs" that the craft threw off as it approached the ground? Did those, too, simply disappear?

It's a legend taken more seriously than most of the era in ufology circles, which is not to say there aren't skeptics. Alan Boye even wrote in his recent book, "The Complete Roadside Guide to Nebraska," that "there are, of course, many people who do not believe the story, and others who claim it is yet another UFO story neglected and laughed at by skeptics."

But skeptical or not, Buder asserts that it was the beginning of the wave of stories, ground zero for what would turn into airship sightings as time went on.

He sees the building of the railroad coinciding with the sightings of the era. In fact, the crafts were often described as "railroad engines without wheels" at the time.

"It's ironic that this same story, this being the first, was repeated many more times worldwide at later dates," Buder said.

And as for the remnants, Buder thinks there might be some things tucked away in the Republican River valley.

"I wouldn't doubt that out there in one of those tool sheds or barns out there, there's a piece of metal that no one knows where it came from," he said.

Source: Daily Nebraskan
http://media.www.dailynebraskan.com/media/storage/paper857/news/2007/03/19/ ArtsEntertainment/Nebraska.May.Have.Had.Its.Own.Roswell.In.1884-2779324.shtml

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