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The Night Betty & Barney Hill Encountered Beings From Zeta Reticuli
The night Betty & Barney Hill encountered beings from Zeta Reticuli. We take a look at the case of Betty and Barney Hill.
On the evening of September 19, 1961, married couple Barney and Betty Hill were traveling home from a vacation to the Niagara Falls in Montreal, Canada. They had been driving for much of the day, and were nearly to their home in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. While passing through just south of Lancaster, around 10:30 PM, Betty noticed a few small, but bright, star-like spots of light in the night sky.
They moved from below her perspective of the moon, upwards to the left, and then to the right, across the face of the moon. At first, Betty assumed it was some sort of falling star, only this star moved in ways she had never seen before. She watched as the lights traveled in a sporadic and unpredictable movement, while they also appeared to grow in size and luminosity. Eventually, Betty convinced Barney to pull over to get a better look at the anomaly, which he only agreed to because their dachshund, Delsey, needed to be walked.
Alien Researcher Discovers UFO and Owl Accounts That Defy Any Simple Explanation
There is a strangeness to these accounts that defies any simple explanation. Each account tells a deeply personal story where these mysterious experiences are explored in depth. The ancient mythology of the owl is repeating itself within the modern UFO report. This is also a deeply personal story. It is an odyssey of self-discovery as the author grapples with his own owl and UFO encounters.
This presentation explores implications that go far beyond what more conservative researchers would dare consider. But the owl connection encompasses more than the UFO experience. It also includes profound synchronicities.
In the latest installment of The Repository of Unusual Stories, The Singular Fortean Society’s head writer and editor Tobias Wayland talks about what it was like to wake up floating above his bed to find a shadow person standing next to him.
Whitley Striebers “A New World” documentary preview.
Communion: A True Story
If you have ever looked into aliens, you’ve probably seen this image. It is the cover of the book, Communion: A True Story, painted by Ted Seth Jacobs and depicts an “grey” alien even though the author never expressly states that his abduction was carried out by aliens. Communion is a book that is widely considered to by a bible of sorts for alien/UFO enthusiasts. It tells the story of the author,
Whitley Strieber, who actually wrote several other horror novels though Communion is nonfiction, being abducted from his upstate New York cabin the evening of Boxing Day in 1985.
Throughout the book, Strieber refers to them as “The Visitors” so as to leave room for the possibility that they only exist in his mind and were not, in fact, extraterrestrials. The book received national notoriety, reaching the number one spot on the New York Times Best Seller list. Following that, Strieber wrote several more follow up books to his experience.
The final book is Solving the Communion Enigma: What Is to Come, which was published in 2011, and explores the possibility of parallel universes and looks at a variety of phenomena that could be related to what we term as “extraterrestrials,” including crop circles and mutilations. He concludes that “the Visitors” are intent on moving the human race toward higher levels of understanding and consciousness within the endless multiverse.
While the book was written over 30 years ago, it still remains vital reading material for those interested in this field and is lauded as “the truth.”
The Experience 11/28/18: How Does the Visitor Experience Change You?
Jeremy Vaeni explores what being a close encounter witness has done to him.