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Kiwi Says He Spent Ten Days in An Alien Civilization

by Ben Graham                        November 2, 2018                        (news.com.au)

• In February 1989, Alec Newald was traveling from Rotorua to Auckland in New Zealand. But after driving through a winding, foggy mountain route for what seemed like just a few hours, he arrived in Auckland ten days later.

• As Newald was driving through the mountain road, all of the sudden he felt a great pressure on him like he was being pushed into the seat of the car. “I was paralysed, I couldn’t turn the wheel or apply the brakes or do anything,” Newald recalled as he was zooming down the road at 100km/h towards a cliff face and braced for impact.

• Then Newald woke in a “cavernous” space filled with flashing neon blue lights. He was convinced he was dead, as he believed he was in spirit form and he was experiencing the afterlife. “I’m just like a wispy ghost with no form at all,” he said. “I found I could maneuver myself by moving my consciousness forward or sideways.”

• Surrounded by other “spirit forms”, Newald claims to have felt a “tap on the shoulder”. Looking up, he saw that they were being approached by three physical aliens. The smaller being was a male with a slight build, round head, squinty eyes that set lower on his face than normal, small mouth, and nearly non-existent nose and ears. He walked ahead of two taller beings. Newald could feel the being’s presence, as if his energy was being projected and absorbed by Newald’s etheral body.”

• As Newald moved further, he could see physical objects and buildings emerging. The etheric entities that guided him started to take physical form. They told him to step into a machine, which would “build a body for him” and he saw his body forming beneath him. The aliens were trying to reconstruct themselves so they could exist on earth.

• After ten days, he was put back in his car on his journey, and arrived in Auckland to tell the tale. Government officials visited him wanting to know more about his experiences and the capabilities of this extraterrestrial race. Newald claims to have never taken drugs, and he had never even thought about UFOs before. “The more I tried to share this information the harder my life became,” said Newald. “I was ostracized by people you might have expected support from.” “It became impossible to continue on as before.”

 

It was a normal Monday morning in February 1989 when Alec Newald set off on a three-hour drive to Auckland from Rotorua in New Zealand’s volcanic heart.

However, what the 70-year-old Kiwi claims to have experienced on that journey changed his perception of the universe forever.

Mr Newald says he was taken by extraterrestrials to an advanced civilisation and stayed there for 10 days.

After passing through a winding, foggy mountain route, he arrived in Auckland feeling tired and confused.

Alec Newald

However, he was even more confused to learn that Monday was now Thursday — 10 days later — and he had no idea how he had lost those days.

In a talk at Ryde Eastwood Leagues Club in Sydney’s west this Saturday, Mr Newald will reveal exactly what he believes happened in those days — claiming his experience with the “friendly beings” has “profound implications for all of us here on earth”.

Authoring a book called Co-Evolution and talking to global UFO media outlets since his experience in 1989, the Kiwi has set out what he experienced.

Speaking on American UFO and paranormal radio show As You Wish talk radio, he recalled the moment he was “plucked” from that winding mountain road.

“I was like what the hell is going on here?” he said. “I was driving the car and it felt like a tonne of bricks had landed on me, like someone had poured cement on me. I felt like I was pushed into the seat of that car.

“I was paralysed, I couldn’t turn the wheel or apply the brakes or do anything.”
He says he was zooming down the road at 100km/h towards a cliff face at the time and he braced for the impact.

Then he said he woke in a “cavernous” space filled with flashing neon blue lights. He was convinced he was dead, as he believed he was in spirit form and he was experiencing the afterlife.

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Inside the Support Group for People Who’ve Had Alien Encounters

by Keleigh Nealon, Sophie Trouw and Tara Fowler            October 27, 2018          (insideedition.com)  

 

• In Wareham, Massachusetts, in the southeastern part of the state near Cape Cod, twin sisters Debbie and Audrey Hewins have created ‘Starborn Support’, a support group for extraterrestrial ‘experiencers’ and abductees. Members of Starborn Support find comfort in each other when coping with the trauma and dread that such encounters elicit.

• Many describe these encounters as a life-changing event. For Debbie, her experience felt like death. Unable to move, unable to speak, all you can do is watch as the alien being approaches you, its energy seeping into your body. Said Debbie, “When we were looking out, reaching for help when stuff really started happening, we couldn’t find any groups or anybody to help.” That’s why they created Starborn Support.

• As a little girl in Ohio, Debbie would plead with her parents to protect her from the “bald men”, whom she now identifies as the ‘grays’. After she would fall asleep, the aliens would awaken her using her parent’s voices and a blue light shining through her bedroom. Debbie notes that these alien beings could appear to her as giant lizards, or small beings with silver swirling skin, or simply as humans. Then, “you get hit with this energy,” Debbie continued. “Your whole body starts vibrating and you get paralyzed, but if you’re sitting up and they want you to be laying down, your body will automatically lay down.” It’s terrifying, she said. “Your mind is working, your eyes are working, you can see what’s going on, you’re aware of what’s going on, but you cannot move.”

• Many say they feel alone after undergoing an ET experience. “Not being able to speak to somebody [is hard], that’s why we do what we do,” said Debbie. “You don’t come up to somebody, ‘Hey. I’m an abductee,’” added Matthew Moniz, Starborn Support’s scientific adviser. Years ago, a girlfriend had moved in with Moniz who had experienced ET visitations late at night. One night, his girlfriend awoke to find him levitating above their bed. “I was like, ‘Yeah, I forgot to tell you. I’m an abductee,’” he said with a laugh. She left.

• Post-traumatic stress disorder is “rampant” among the community, according to Debbie. Some people can handle it. Some people can’t. This is “a place where [experiencers] can go and be accepted.” It’s a tight-knit group, Moniz said. “We have that special bond, similar to combat vets. … Our combat is just on a different battlefield.” Debbie thinks there are “thousands if not millions” of experiencers out there, and she urges them to speak up. “Look, you’re not alone.”

• Members of Starborn Support know many people out there doubt them. Debbie asks that non-believers treat experiencers with more respect. “A lot of people, what they don’t understand, they attack,” she said. Starborn Support offers is assistance to family members of experiencers as well, helping them learn to deal with what an experiencer may be going through.

• Debbie suspects experiencers have been chosen for a specific reason. “I don’t know the purpose or what is gonna happen, but it’s gonna be something big,” she said. “… I think people like me are chosen to be speakers for the truth.” She adds, “We cannot all be…having this mass delusion.”

 

 

It starts with a strange buzzing and a creeping sense of dread.

Unable to move, unable to speak, all you can do is watch as the being approaches you, its energy seeping into your body.

For Debbie Starborn, it feels like death.

It’s what’s known as an “experience” or “encounter.” And for those who claim to have had them, they are life-changing.

Audrey and Debbie Hewins

In Wareham, Massachusetts, on the edge of a remote bay, members of Starborn Support come together to find comfort in each other. Each member of the group says they have experienced an extraterrestrial alien encounter or, in some cases, abduction.

Founded by Debbie and her twin sister Audrey, the group focuses on helping people learn how to cope with the trauma such experiences can inflict.

“I’ve always had a twin sister to go through, to be there together, to go through this together,” Debbie told InsideEdition.com at the gathering over Labor Day weekend. “When we were looking out, reaching for help when stuff really started happening, we couldn’t find any groups or anybody to help.”
So they created Starborn Support.

Close Encounters

Many say they feel alone after undergoing an experience.

You think “you’re completely insane,” said Debbie. “Not being able to speak to somebody [is hard], that’s why we do what we do.”

“You don’t come up to somebody, ‘Hey. I’m an abductee,’” added Matthew Moniz, Starborn Support’s scientific adviser.

Moniz knows this firsthand. Years ago, a girlfriend moved in with him. He hadn’t mentioned his penchant for receiving midnight visitors, so the first time they showed up after she moved in, he said, his girlfriend awoke to find him levitating above the bed they shared.

“I was like, ‘Yeah, I forgot to tell you. I’m an abductee,’” he said with a laugh.

His girlfriend couldn’t cope with it. “A couple of weeks later, she’s like … ‘I’m outta here.’”

He points to the incident when people say he’s just making up stories for attention.

“The attention you get isn’t the type of attention you want when you’re talking about this. It’s not good attention,” he said.

As a little girl, Debbie pleaded with her parents to protect her from the “bald men.”

“When I lived in Ohio when I was little, I used to beg my parents, ‘Don’t put me to bed, the bald men are gonna get me!’” she recalled. “I called them the bald men, ’cause I was dealing with the typical movie aliens, the grays.”

But unlike the extraterrestrials you see in Hollywood, these beings can shapeshift, appearing as giant lizards, or small beings with silver, swirling skin, like mercury. Sometimes they even look like humans, Debbie said.

9:41 minute video of the founders of the Starborn abductee support group

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Unexplained Cattle Mutilations Reported Near Grand Canyon

by Brett Tingley                  October 12, 2018                    (mysteriousuniverse.org)

• An Arizona rancher, John Mahan, has discovered a cow and a bull that were mysteriously killed and mutilated on his property near the Grand Canyon. Both animals had organs removed including their reproductive organs, and both were drained of blood. There were no tracks and very little blood found around the animals’ carcasses.

• Arizona Livestock Inspector Royal Reidhead examined the dead animals. “These animals weren’t shot, these animals were mutilated,” Reidhead said. “They were basically killed for their body parts.” Even stranger, the animals’ carcasses weren’t touched by scavenger animals as they lay undiscovered for a week after their brutal mutilation.

• Reidhead believes that poachers are mutilating these animals – draining the cows’ blood, surgically removing a few organs, and leaving the rest to rot in the sun, without leaving a single footprint or drop of blood.

[Editor’s Note]   Poachers.  Riiiiiiiight.

 

“I thought they’d been shot. I didn’t realize what had happened. There were parts missing — they were mutilated.”

Arizona rancher John Mahan discovered a cow and a bull mysteriously killed and mutilated on his property near the Grand Canyon. Both animals had organs removed including their reproductive organs, and both were drained of blood. Curiously, as in similar cases of unexplained cattle mutilations, there were no tracks and very little blood found around the animals’ carcasses. Who could have done this to these cows?

“I just assumed they had been shot. I didn’t realize what had happened to them until the inspector showed me. They didn’t take any edible meat, just the genitals.”

Why is it always the genitals? In most of these cases, the sex organs of the animals are surgically removed, sometimes including the entire anal or vaginal cavity. Who – or what – would go to such lengths while leaving the other choice cuts of meat?

Arizona Livestock Inspector Royal Reidhead examined the dead animals, and says he knew right away that something was amiss when he saw the carcasses. “These animals weren’t shot, these animals were mutilated,” Reidhead told Williams-Grand Canyon News, “They were basically killed for their body parts.” Even stranger, the animals’ carcasses weren’t touched by scavenger animals as they lay undiscovered for a week after their brutal mutilation.

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