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« Reply #180 on: Jan 5th, 2004, 4:16pm »

Contact in Peru:

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Location. Huallanca, Peru
Date: March 10 1960 Time: late evening
Electrical engineer Vitko Novi was finishing his workday at the central hydroelectric plant in the Peruvian high Andes when he noticed a hawk flying in circles overhead inside the plant. It was acting in a decidedly unusual manner. As the witness walked over to the main control panel in order to notify others about the bizarre behavior of the hawk when suddenly the power and lights at the plant and surrounding area shut off. Going to out to investigate the witness was surprised to see a completely illuminated circle of about 500 meters in diameter on the ground. Wondering where the light originated from he walked towards it, he noticed that the light was extremely bright but its glare did not bother his eyes. As he arrived at a small footbridge he noticed a huge bright oval shaped object on a field between the River Kitaraqsa and the River Santa. As he approached the object he came upon a night watchman named Quiroz who briefly spoke with him in exited tones telling Novi that the object was from outer space and it was a frequent visitor in the area. Dismissing Quiroz he continued to approach the object when at about 200 meters from the power plant he was confronted by two very tall men, with well-proportioned bodies & sloping shoulders. The men wore very tight-fitting silvery metallic suits resembling mesh. The man closest to Novi greeted him in the local Indian dialect. Bu t Novi spoke to them in Spanish asking them who they were and what were they doing in the area. The man proceeded to tell Novi not to worry that they were extraterrestrials from the planet “Apu”, and that they were frequent visitors to earth and not to be alarmed since they were leaving soon. Irked by the power outage in the area, the witness accused the strangers of causing the said outage. They immediately denied being the caused of the situation. At this point Novi took noticed of the bright oval shaped craft, which appeared to be resting on three huge solid beams of light ending in circular light platforms. A long ladder descended to the ground from the center of the object. Moments later the two tall strangers climbed the ladder and entered the object. A few seconds later the beams of light retracted back into the object and a barely perceptible whistling sound was heard. The object then ascended vertically and then zigzagged away into the distance. (The witness was to have further encounters after this date).

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« Reply #181 on: Jan 5th, 2004, 5:48pm »

What would we do without you Goblin? Thanks...pretty interesting. In your vast number of reports, is it common for light to be used like a solid substance, like a support column? I remember some cases I think. Just curious and looking for patterns.

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« Reply #182 on: Jan 5th, 2004, 9:21pm »

Interesting report Goblin
I was wondering that myself......my husband, son and I saw two cyndrical shafts of light coming from the sky while driving back into town a while back.


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« Reply #183 on: Jan 6th, 2004, 5:51pm »

Interesting guys, I enjoy and require your feedback

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« Reply #184 on: Jan 6th, 2004, 7:03pm »

Ok...you got it Goblin but what about light being used as a solid? I know there were some cases with that in common. Do you remember any? smiley

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« Reply #185 on: Jan 7th, 2004, 4:18pm »

There are many such cases called "solid light" phenomena related to UFOs. Some researchers called it "coherent" light, which at times is used by the aliens to travel or as a mode of transport from the UFO to earth. lets see if I can dig some cases up
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« Reply #186 on: Jan 7th, 2004, 11:45pm »

Thanks Goblin! As you probably know, I like to find patterns in reports. Unrelated reports with similiar but unusual facets give weight to each other.

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« Reply #187 on: Jan 8th, 2004, 1:18pm »

Thank you goblin for your most interesting postings. I remember a U.F.O. encounter story where the witness shined a flashlight on the face of the alien and the alien reacted as if this beam of light was a threat or a weapon. I believe that light as an energy can be converted to the characteristics of a solid and that energy and matter is interchangeable and can be manipulated to go either way.

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« Reply #188 on: Jan 8th, 2004, 3:20pm »

Indeed there has been many cases in which aliens and other humanoids have reacted to flashlights in a defensive manner as if the light was able to harm them somehow
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« Reply #189 on: Jan 22nd, 2004, 6:57pm »

Early Mexican "Contactee" tale:

Location. Near Acapulco Mexico
Date: January 1954 Time: 0200A
While driving the winding roads that separate Mexico City from Acapulco, Armando Zurbaran only concern was arriving at the Pacific port city before sunrise, in order to meet a business partner. At some point during the drive, he was overcome by an almost hypnotic state of lethargy, which caused him to pull over. Not far ahead on the road, he was able to see a number of men clad in overalls with wide belts gathered around a strange, brilliantly lit object. Before he realized, and having no idea how it happened, he was walking toward the object, escorted by the longhaired men. A slight buzzing sound filled his ears as he entered the saucer. Zurbaran was going down in history as his country’s first Contactee (how about Salvador Villanueva in 1953?) and this was his first question to the ship’s captain, “Why had he been chose for this honor?” “You are neither the first nor last earthman to be chosen for testing” his host replied. “Our task, slow though it may seem, is designed to persuade. We choose the likeliest, most malleable persons for contact, so that they might better transmit our messages.” Zurbaran was then treated to a review of the smallest details of his life on a screen within the vehicle’s wall and a tour of the ship’s interior, guided by one of the fair, longhaired crewmen (reminiscent of Adamski’s visitors) who answered each of the puzzled human’s questions in detail. The space travelers, he learned, employed a gravity repulsion system to cover the distance between their home world and Earth, scanning the space ahead of them with a radar-like device to dispel any objects that may lie in their path. Unlike other contactee stories of the time, Zurbaran’s visitors did not claim to originate from any planet in the Solar System, nor did they mention their planet of origin by name. The craft, he learned, had taken off while he was unaware and was now in space. Zurbaran peeked out a porthole, hoping for a glimpse of the world seen from above, but could only see a grayish mist until at a distance of 40,000 km, the ship’s captain pointed out the planet to him through another porthole. Excited by the vista, the human asked the captain if he could perhaps be taken to visit their world, but his request was turned down. He was told that perhaps someday such an invitation would be tendered, at the right moment. Zurbaran was able to sleep a normal sleep and eat with the UFO’s crew. His description of taking a shower in space is particularly memorable, “I shall never be able to forget it. That bathroom was a new and unimaginable experience for me. Standing upright, facing an angle of the wall filled with tiny holes, I was covered in warm air, and as it grew stronger, it became transformed into damp air, impregnating my skin like a warm, wet breeze. When I was completely drenched, I was offered a sort of liquid soap, which I rubbed all over myself, from head to toe. Standing once more before the warm air sprinklers, I felt the soap begin to evaporate and my skin become completely clean. The air then ceased to be damp, turning dry and warm instead…becoming colder until agreeably cool.” Breakfast in orbit around the planet consisted of fruit juices tasting imperceptibly of mangoes or other tropical fruits. The ship’s captain advised him that to his people, milk was a principal source of nourishment, but that they did not get it from cows but from a mixture of terrestrial and marine plant life. Zurbaran ate grilled meat, butter and cheese in the vehicle’s mess-room. He was told that the provisions were transported aboard the craft via telepathy (?). Unknown to Zurbaran, thousands of miles away, in the Pyrenees between Spain and France, Jaime Bordas a resident of the village of Castell, was engaged in a strange experience with a six-foot tall, overall wearing humanoid with long blond hair. The otherworldly being would only drink milk as its sole nourishment. (1951). After the meal, the captain proceeded to regale Zurbaran with his world’s philosophy, religion and history, children and the elderly received special consideration, and there was equality between the occupations. The average life span was 250 years, and collaboration had replaced competition in the area of commerce…a utopia made possible by a being they termed, “The Master” or “Beloved Number Nine” who was at the heart of their religion, and who had ruled them for a span of three thousand earth years.
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« Reply #190 on: Jan 22nd, 2004, 7:05pm »

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The ship’s captain advised him that to his people, milk was a principal source of nourishment, but that they did not get it from cows but from a mixture of terrestrial and marine plant life. Zurbaran ate grilled meat, butter and cheese in the vehicle’s mess-room. He was told that the provisions were transported aboard the craft via telepathy (?). Unknown to Zurbaran, thousands of miles away, in the Pyrenees between Spain and France, Jaime Bordas a resident of the village of Castell, was engaged in a strange experience with a six-foot tall, overall wearing humanoid with long blond hair. The otherworldly being would only drink milk as its sole nourishment. (1951). After the meal, the captain proceeded to regale Zurbaran with his world’s philosophy, religion and history, children and the elderly received special consideration, and there was equality between the occupations. The average life span was 250 years, and collaboration had replaced competition in the area of commerce…a utopia made possible by a being they termed, “The Master” or “Beloved Number Nine” who was at the heart of their religion, and who had ruled them for a span of three thousand earth years. The spaceship returned Zurbaran to his car by the roadside. Confused but excited by his experience, he continued the balance of his drive to Acapulco, learning upon his arrival that it had only taken him an hour and a half to complete a six-hour journey. He did not see the space-people who had befriended him and offered him hospitality again for 15 years, until one night in January 1969 near the outskirts of Mexico City, he gave a ride to a young hitchhiker who turned out to be one the crewmen aboard the UFO that night 15 years in the past.


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Source: Scott Corrales, Samizdat 1993, Year One Type: G


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« Reply #191 on: Jan 22nd, 2004, 8:34pm »

Thanks Goblin!! That was very interesting.

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« Reply #192 on: Jan 26th, 2004, 09:12am »

goblin, this encounter was a very interesting story. What it tells me is that in this vast Universe there are countless civilizations at different stages of evolution so that we should not limit our research of UFOs to any particular or "typical" civilization at any particular stage of evolution. Keep an open mind and learn rather than judge. Irwyn cool
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« Reply #193 on: Jan 26th, 2004, 5:16pm »

on Jan 26th, 2004, 09:12am, timetraveler wrote:
Keep an open mind and learn rather than judge.


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« Reply #194 on: Jan 27th, 2004, 05:06am »

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He did not see the space-people who had befriended him and offered him hospitality again for 15 years, until one night in January 1969 near the outskirts of Mexico City, he gave a ride to a young hitchhiker who turned out to be one the crewmen aboard the UFO that night 15 years in the past.


I take it that these beings could also be living amongst us and we not know it.

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