A handful of my clients, friends and family have come to me about strange experiences they have had involving UFOs, and they often ask me my opinion on the situation, as well as any experiences I have had. So in this article, I will be giving the definition of a UFO, my thoughts on what they are, as well as a few personal experiences I have come across.
New studies prove that over half of all Americans believe in aliens and UFOs, even though they aren't sure what they are. Some believe that UFOs aren't from outer space at all - but that they are from inside of our own planet. Whether they believe it is the government, secret agencies or even inner planet entities - the fact is two out of three people believe they are real.
According to Wikipedia, an unidentified flying object (UFO) is an object observed in the sky that is not readily identified. Most UFOs are later identified as conventional objects or phenomena. The term is widely used for claimed observations of extraterrestrial spacecraft. There are USOs as well, as described in Wikipedia: An unidentified submerged object (USO) is an unidentified object submerged in water. The term does not necessarily refer to an object of paranormal origin.
I believe there are many different forms of UFOs - not all referring to alien life or extraterrestrial existence. While genuine paranormal UFOs do exist, I have seen them myself, I also know that the majority of today's sightings are government crafts, mostly all of which are blueprints of genuine crafts. I have always believed that the government and secret agencies across the world are working with these higher intelligent beings - yet that is another post. Today's is about UFOs.
UFO sightings have been going on since before recorded history. A famously recorded event happened on April 14, 1561. Residents of Nuremberg described the appearance of a large black triangular object. According to witnesses, there were also hundreds of spheres, cylinders and other odd-shaped objects that moved erratically overhead. Interesting right? Another event happened on January 25, 1878. The Denison Daily News printed an article in which John Martin, a local farmer, had reported seeing a large, dark, circular object resembling a balloon flying "at wonderful speed." Martin, according to the newspaper account, said it appeared to be about the size of a saucer, the first known use of the word "saucer" in association with a UFO.
One of the most memorable experiences I have regarding seeing a UFO was back in November of 2017. My husband's brother had just been pronounced dead at the emergency room from a fatal gunshot wound, and we were on our way back home. There is a large lake only about a mile or two from where I live, and I always see weird shaped clouds over it. They are probably nothing - but are always cool looking. This time, on our way back home, I looked at the sky above the lake as I always do. There was something hovering over it - and it was not a cloud, kite, drone, airplane, helicopter or anything like that.
This craft was shaped like an egg almost, and it was pure gold looking except for a dark belt around the center. I had never seen anything like this in my life, and neither had my husband. I knew this was a UFO. It was just sort of 'sitting' in the sky. I had a sense that it knew I was watching it. My husband and I have talked about this several times, and we have come to the conclusion that it had something to do with the death of his brother - as if they were there to take his spirit home with them. It was a very special experience and one that my husband and I will never forget. My only regret is that I didn't whip out my camera, but in my defense I was driving, and my husband had just lost his brother, so it seemed more important just for us to get home.
Another interesting experience came from a client I will call Bobby in this article. It was Bobby's belief that he had been being abducted by extraterrestrials for a long time, since early childhood. He told me of several occurrences, and even under hypnotism, his accounts were vivid, scary - and compelling to say the least.
According to Wikipedia, the terms alien abduction or abduction phenomenon describe "subjectively real memories of being taken secretly against one's will by apparently nonhuman entities and subjected to complex physical and psychological procedures". People claiming to have been abducted are usually called "abductees" or "experiencers". Typical claims involve being subjected to forced medical examinations that emphasize abductee reproductive systems. Abductees sometimes claim to have been warned against environmental abuse and the dangers of nuclear weapons.
In Bobby's case, he said that he was being taken for his DNA. Apparently he had a super rare genetic makeup - and he would later explain this as he did in fact carry their DNA in him. He was apparently being used to create these hybrid beings, and on many occasions after they would abduct him, he said they would have him physically hold these children his DNA created. Apparently that made some sort of bond, released a chemical in the brain that allowed them to love. Very deep subjects. He said he always knew right before he would be abducted. There was like a metallic tension in the air around him. He was never afraid, this had been happening to him since a child.
In the November 27, 1896 edition of the Stockton, California Daily Mail, Colonel H. G. Shaw claimed he and a friend were harassed by three tall, slender humanoids whose bodies were covered with a fine, downy hair who tried to kidnap the pair.
There are endless documented cases, reports, stories and experiences from very credible resources, and what it comes down to is there are definitely things going on around us that we do not understand, yet they are very real.
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