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Indigenous Elder Shares Story About The “Star People” That Crashed On His Reservation

by Arjun Walia                    May 7, 2019                     (collective-evolution.com)

• Dr. Ardy Sixkiller Clarke, a psychologist and Professor Emeritus at Montana State University, is also a Cherokee/Choctaw Native American who has worked with indigenous people for most of her career. She has some amazing stories to tell in her book, Encounters With Star People, Untold Stories of American Indians.

• In her book Dr. Clarke writes, “I first learned about the “Star People” when my grandmother told me the ancient legends of my people. My childhood reality included narratives that traced the origins of the indigenous people of the Americas to Pleiades; stories of little people who intervened in people’s lives; and legends about the magical gift of the DNA of the “Star People” that flowed in the veins of the indigenous tribes of the Earth. I embraced the stories of the celestial visitors who lived among the Indian people as part of my heritage.”

• Dr. Clarke shares a story about a Native American named Harrison. Harrison told a story of how an extraterrestrial spaceship crashed into the side of a nearby butte (a steep hill) in the fall of 1944 when Harrison was 12 years old. It was a long cylindrical craft, about 30 feet wide and 60 feet long. The craft hit with such force that only a small section stuck out of the butte. The location was isolated, about ten miles from the nearest ranch, which was abandoned anyway. From a distance, Harrison’s grandfather kept watch over the craft and the beings that exited the craft for several days.

• When Harrison’s grandfather first tried to approach them, the beings would vanish before his eyes. After the beings realized that he meant no harm, they didn’t disappear when he came to them. One day, his grandfather approached them with food. The beings told him they did not eat flesh. His grandfather said that the fourteen extraterrestrials whom he saw milling about the spacecraft were 7 to 8 feet tall, with white hair, long slender fingers and skin that was very white and thin, almost translucent. Their eyes changed color depending on the light. They wore a one-piece light green outfit which would dry instantly if they waded into the nearby water.

• Harrison’s grandfather was told that the beings had been dropped off by a bigger ship that was circling Earth. They were voyagers and traveled the universe observing life on other worlds. They had been coming to Earth for thousands of years observing, collecting and noting changes. They took his grandfather aboard their craft and showed him pictures of their home world. He was enthralled by what he called “a picture machine”, which was likely a computer monitor. The ‘flashing pictures’ showed him a place different from Earth. It reminded him of the bad-lands, but with no vegetation. The ETs houses were underground. He asked them if it was Heaven, and they told him they did not have a place such as heaven. The star visitors told him they liked the green of Earth. They loved the water. On their world, water was underground. Nothing existed on the surface.

• The extraterrestrial beings waited with their derelict spaceship from late November 1944 until April 1945 when another ship came to rescue them. On April 17, 1945, as the visitors prepared to leave on the rescue ship, each of the stranded beings came to him and bowed before they left. He understood they appreciated his discretion. Then he watched them leave and never saw them again.

• After the beings had left, the craft was well camouflaged to the point that nobody would be able to recognize it unless they knew specifically what they were looking for. Harrison’s grandfather said that there were seventeen seats on board the craft. He said that when you sat in a chair, it enveloped and ‘melted’ around him, as if it was alive, and then released you when you wanted to get up. The craft also had what looked to be hieroglyphics.

• In the summer of 1947, the Army Corps of Engineers confiscated Harrison’s grandfather’s land and in return gave him a worthless piece of land on the other side of the butte. They built a dam there and flooded the area where the craft was to create a reservoir. He suspects that the Army Corps took the craft.

• The Native Americans tell of a prophesy where, after a period of 500 years, a great spiritual spring time would emerge with such intensity that all that had been covered in the cold bitter snow would be revealed and cleansed and purified. We would emerge galvanized, reunited as a reunion of the entire human family. That time is now.

 

I recently came across the work of Dr. Ardy Sixkiller Clarke, who brings to the field of ufology degrees in history, English, psychology, and educational leadership and a background as a teacher, university professor, junior college and university administrator, licensed therapist and psychologist, and social science researcher. She is a Professor Emeritus at Montana State University and former Director of the Center for Bilingual/Multicultural Education. Dr. Clarke, who is Cherokee/Choctaw, has worked with indigenous people for most of her career, and has some amazing stories to tell.

Here is a great quote at the beginning of her book, Encounters With Star People, Untold Stories of American Indians. “I first learned about the “Star People” when my grandmother told me the ancient legends of my people. My childhood reality included narratives that traced the origins of the indigenous people of the Americas to Pleiades; stories of little people who intervened in people’s lives; and legends about the magical gift of the DNA of the “Star People” that flowed in the veins of the indigenous tribes of the Earth. I embraced the stories of the celestial visitors who lived among the Indian people as part of my heritage.”

In her book, she shares many stories, and one of them comes from a gentleman named Harrison. She writes: “\Located in the states of North and South Dakota, Wyoming, Idaho, and Montana, the Northern Plains Indian Tribes have many accounts about UFOs. The story in this chapter is told by a well-respected elder of a Northern Plains tribe. His encounter predates the crash at Roswell. Since I recorded this story, Harrison has passed, but the time I spent with them over the years, changed my life.”

Harrison told a story of how his grandfather took him on a spaceship in the summer of 1945. He said he was 12 at the time, and explained how the Army Corps of Engineers came to the reservation around the summer of 1947 to survey the river and surrounding area “for the reservoir.” So originally, there was no reservoir. The Corps confiscated the land and in return gave Harrison’s grandfather a worthless piece of land on the other side of that butte.

“I spent every summer on his place from the time I was six years old. Mom and pop both worked for the tribe and they didn’t want me home alone during the summers. So every May I packed two paper bags: one with a change of clothes and the other with books, marbles, and my toy gun. My folks dropped me off to live with Gramps from June to late August. I loved my summers here, even the isolation. I was the only child for miles. I rode horses and herded cattle. Helped with the chores. Whatever I could do. As I got older, there were bigger chores and more responsibility. There was no TV or videos like kids have today. At night Gramps amused me with the ancient myths and legends of our people.”

Clarke’s relationship with Harrison grew over the years, and the two of them met when his school district requested her assistance in applying for a federal grant. Harrison was her contact and was responsible for escorting her around the reservation.

She explains, “It took nearly 25 years of visits before Harrison asked me if I believed in Star People.” She replied with a yes, and then he said, “Someone told me you collect stories about the Star People, I find that unusual.”

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Victim of Alien Abduction? There’s an Insurance Policy for That

by Patrick Connolly                    May 2, 2019                     (orlandosentinel.com)

• Mike St. Lawrence of Altamonte Springs, Florida has sold nearly 7000 ‘alien abduction insurance’ policies since 1987. A digital-only policy costs $19.95, while a paper copy costs $24.95, in return for $10 million in coverage which is paid in installments. A claimant will receive $1 a year for 10 million years. The cast of “The X-Files” and the producers of the movie “Contact” took out abduction coverage.

• St. Lawrence (71) has accepted and began paying on two claims. Early in the 1990s, one policy holder filed a claim, saying that he had been abducted. This man produced a UFO implant and, according to St. Lawrence, an MIT professor determined that it was “not made of any earthly substance.” To authenticate a claim, St. Lawrence normally requires the signature of an authorized extraterrestrial. But Lawrence waived that requirement for this individual. Another abductee policy holder produced a dark Polaroid photo of the inside of an alien spaceship with his claim. After some consideration, St. Lawrence approved the claim. Both of them are now due $10 million.

• In the event the aliens insist on conjugal visits or consider the abductee a meal, that person could receive $20 million under the policy’s double indemnity coverage.

• St. Lawrence said that while there are some exceptions, most people understand the insurance policy is a joke. “It says on our website, ‘You can’t get it if you don’t get it,’ ” says St. Lawrence. “I’ve had professors use my policy in their college class on critical thinking.”

• Donald Blackwell, a Hudson, Florida resident who claims to have been abducted multiple times, bought two policies for friends after reading an article in the St. Petersberg Times. “I enjoyed seeing how facetious it was,” Blackwell said. “I got a kick out of it, and I’m still laughing about it. Of course, I am the beneficiary.”

• St. Lawrence’s Alien abduction insurance policies are available at ufo2001.com.

 

People prepare for the worst. They buy car insurance, health insurance, eye and dental insurance, maybe even flood insurance. But what about alien abduction insurance?

Mike St. Lawrence, an Altamonte Springs resident who once had ambitions of becoming a comedy writer, started selling UFO abduction policies in 1987 after reading “Communion” by Whitley Strieber.

“It was a best-selling book that kind of brought the UFO abduction phenomena to the public’s consciousness,” St. Lawrence, 71, said.

                     Mike St. Lawrence

He changed the name to “alien abduction insurance” upon realizing the term alien trumped UFO in public discourse. Otherwise, the policy has remained largely the same since its inception.

A digital-only policy costs $19.95, while a paper copy will set a person back $24.95. As for the amount of coverage you get for that price, it’s $10 million.

Out of 6,000 — 7,000 active policies, St. Lawrence has accepted and began paying two claims.

One man, early in the 1990s, reached out to St. Lawrence and claimed that he had been abducted. This man produced a UFO implant and, according to St. Lawrence, an MIT professor determined that it was “not made of any earthly substance.”

To authenticate a claim, St. Lawrence requires the signature of an authorized extraterrestrial but waived the requirement for that individual.

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‘I Lost My Virginity to a Busty Alien Called Crescent and Have Fathered Hundreds of Extra-Terrestrial Babies’

by Samantha Brick                  March 25, 2019                       (thescottishsun.co.uk)

• Six per cent of the population believe they have been abducted by aliens. Abductees often claim that they are ‘taken’ so that aliens can take their sperm and eggs to create a new ‘hybrid’ race, targeting the same families to harvest their genetic specific material.

• David Huggins, 75, was living on his parents’ farm in Georgia, USA, when he says he was seduced by a big-breasted alien woman named Crescent as he was walking through the woods. Since then, Huggins claims he’s had many sexual encounters with extraterrestrials and believes he has fathered hundreds of alien babies. Although he has no evidence, David paints portraits of his alien lover to remember their moments together. (pictured above) “My relationship with Crescent was warm and friendly…. She was my girlfriend, really,” said Huggins (also pictured above).

• Myriame Belmyr, 68, was first abducted as a little girl, and has continued to be taken throughout her life. “I often saw dwarf-sized grey beings around my bed,” she said. “They were like pixies with black almond eyes. I never knew what they were and I didn’t know why they were in my room or what they did with me.” “Throughout my life I’d been left with unexplained marks on my body. One time I had three coin shaped bruises on my thigh that formed a triangle, and on another occasion I had a throbbing pain in my right side close to my kidney. It was only thanks to hypnosis I realized that the pain was a result of the probes they had used inside me.”

• Belmyr became the head of CeroFrance, an association created in 2014 which holds regular meet ups for those who claim to have been abducted by extra-terrestrials. “Many of us are terrified by what have happened,” she continues. “Some have lost their jobs and lost their marriage. They are very disturbed by what’s happened. But together we can safely talk about what has happened to us.” Many members recount that they’ve had their ovarian eggs or sperm removed or harvested. Aliens target the same families multiple times. “We know they follow family lines. My parents have been abducted. My children in their childhood were taken too. Each time I was abducted a probe would enter my body and my ovarian eggs were removed. I was powerless to stop it. When I was in therapy I was able to discover that the aliens viewed humans as a brutal destructive and suicidal race. That we are destroying our planet and our governments are crazy. So they are creating a new race of species with a different civilization.”

• “The most profound abduction happened to me when I was staying at my employer’s apartment in the French Alps,” says Belmyr. “It was on the sixth floor. I was in bed enjoying the view of the stars through the ceiling window. I began to doze off so I turned off the light. That’s when I heard a click. The room suddenly lit up and I saw the window was open and a cable was hanging down. I couldn’t move. I was paralyzed in bed. When I came round I was on a metallic table. There was a soft fabric over me and it was hard to breathe – I could hear the movement of surgical instruments and machines. Then the cable entered my body. I tried to fight it but I couldn’t. Little grey aliens were all around me and there was a large insect alien too. Eventually I opened my eyes and I was back in the bedroom, it was dark and the window was closed – there was no one there, but there was a heavy atmosphere in the room… I had an awful lower abdomen pain afterwards.”

• Belmyr also believes the aliens communicate with her via telepathy. “The extra-terrestrials don’t want us to remember what happens to us when we are taken so they try and mask our memories,” she says. “When I remembered the second time, I recalled being in bed. There was no roof on the house – instead there was a massive round circle above and I saw a red net coming for me. The red net took me back to the dome room and again they harvested my eggs. After I understood what had happened to me – I was much calmer. I wasn’t going mad. It’s something people don’t talk about for fear of others thinking they are crazy.” Belmyr says that, “As we humans age… [the aliens] try to leave us alone to live out the rest of our lives without their interference.”

• Gerry Battles from Co Limerick, says he was dazzled by bright light before being abducted onto a ship by an alien with a “big cone head” and “beautiful, ginormous eyes” who communicated to him telepathically in December 2001. Garry believes he was sent back to pass on a message that in over 800 years time a giant asteroid the size of the Irish province Munster is going to obliterate our planet. “The asteroid will approach your planet from the 35th Quadrant”, according to his alien abductor.

• Hilary Porter, 71, claims she was first abducted when she was just 5 years old and left her with “triangular suction marks on my stomach, blood suction marks”. After subsequent abductions, Porter suffers migraines and wakes up with bruising or bloody marks on her clothes or bed sheets. She agrees with the theory aliens want to create a hybrid race. Porter believes aliens target certain human “tribes” whose genetic make-up is of more interest. “The Celtic tribes from Wales, Scotland, Ireland, Cornwall and Brittany are definitely on the list,” she says. “They are trying to make alien human hybrids and it seems the genetic material of these races are more compatible.”

• Skeptics rationalize abductees’ experiences as everything from sleep paralysis to false memory syndrome, but there is no definitive answer to explain what abductees are experiencing. Psychologist Nicolas Dumont has spent seven years speaking to 100 ‘abductees’ in France. He is open-minded about the alien experiences. “[Abductees] have marks on their body. They have seen things around their home. We’re finding that they often report a spiritual change too: they have visions or even develop psychic powers. One woman… had a brain tumor which covered her temporal lobe in her brain like a spider’s web. After an abduction, the tumor completely disappeared… We don’t have a scientific explanation for this.”

• According to Dr. Dumont, abductees talk about six different species of aliens. “The little grey ones are popular sightings and they tend to be the ‘workers’. They have a distinct job during these abductions. [T]he tall white ones oversee what’s going on. Abductees often regard them as protective as they are stronger and more paternal. The hooded aliens can be small or large. They wear a big coat with a hood and you don’t see their faces. Then there are the reptilians, insects – a very tall Scandinavian-type alien, and also there are similar very tall blue people.”

 

While alien abduction might sound unbelievable to most of us, up to six per cent of the population believe they have been abducted by alien, and recently experts have been exploring the new theory aliens do exist – but we’re just ‘too stupid’ to handle it.

According to The Times, scientists are considering the possibility aliens are keeping their existence quiet – because we’re too primitive compared to them.

                         David Huggins

Those who claim they have had encounters often claim that they are ‘taken’ so that aliens can take their sperm and eggs to create a new ‘hybrid’ race, targeting the same families to harvest their genetic specific material.

Here, The Sun Online meets three people who bizarrely claim they have the proof that aliens do exist.

‘I’ve fathered hundreds of alien babies’

David Huggins, 75, was living on his parents’ farm in Georgia, America, when he says he was seduced by a big-breasted alien woman as he was walking through the woods.

“I thought, if anything, I’d be losing [my virginity] in the backseat of a Ford—something like that. But it didn’t work out that way,” he says.

Since then, David claims he’s had many sexual encounters with extraterrestrials and believes he has fathered hundreds of alien babies.

            Myriame Belmyr

Although he has no evidence, David paints portraits of his alien lover to remember their moments together.

“My relationship with Crescent was warm and friendly. A little strange. What do I mean, a little? Very strange. She was my girlfriend, really,” David said.

‘I had probes inserted inside me’

Computer engineer Myriame Belmyr, 68, also believes aliens exist.

She says she was first abducted as a little girl, and has continued to be taken throughout her life.

                            Gerry Battles

“I don’t remember when it started but I often saw dwarf-sized grey beings around my bed,” she told The Sun Online.

“They were like pixies with black almond eyes. I never knew what they were and I didn’t know why they were in my room or what they did with me.”

However, the mum-of-two, who lives in the southwest of France, didn’t realise what this meant until she was hypnotised in 2012.

She continues: “I recognised I had been abducted by extra-terrestrials throughout my life.

                              Hilary Porter

“Throughout my life I’d been left with unexplained marks on my body.

“One time I had three coin shaped bruises on my thigh that formed a triangle, and on another occasion I had a throbbing pain in my right side close to my kidney.

“It was only thanks to hypnosis I realised that the pain was a result of the probes they had used inside me.”

Aliens are using us for our sperm and eggs to create a new civilisation’

After her encounters, Myriame became the head of CeroFrance, an association created in 2014 which holds regular meet ups for those who claim to have been abducted by extra-terrestrials.

“Many of us are terrified by what have happened,” she continues. “Some have lost their jobs and lost their marriage. They are very disturbed by what’s happened. But together we can safely talk about what has happened to us.”

The members of the group have much in common: many say they have had their ovarian eggs or sperm removed or harvested, some also say they have been abducted since childhood.

According to CeroFrance members, aliens target the same families multiple times.

“Why are we taken? It’s the big question,” Myriame adds.

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