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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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New History Channel Show Tells of Pilot’s 1948 ‘Dogfight’ With UFO Above Fargo

by Kim Hyatt                       January 9, 2019                      (westfargopioneer.com)

• The first episode of “Project Blue Book” premiered on the History Channel Tuesday, January 8th. It focuses on a 25-year-old National Guard lieutenant’s encounter with an UFO in the skies above Fargo, North Dakota.

• In October 1948, the local Fargo newspaper interviewed Lieutenant George Gorman, a B-25 fighter pilot in World War II. He told ‘The Forum’ that his “dogfight” with the UFO was “the weirdest experience I’ve had in my life.”

• The Fargo newspaper ran an account of the incident at the time. Flying at night in a P-51 over what is now North Dakota State University during a football game, Gorman saw a “flying disk”. It was round with well-defined edges, brilliantly lit and circling over the city. Gorman decided to investigate and a 27-minute chase ensued. Gorman tried crashing into it, but the disk dodged him at speeds of 600 mph. His P-51 aircraft’s top speed was 400 mph. As he approached the disk, it lit up and, with a burst of speed, outdistanced him.

• “Once, when the object was coming head on, I held my plane pointed right at it,” Gorman reported. “The object came so close that I involuntarily ducked my head because I thought a crash was inevitable. But the object zoomed over my head.”

• His story was corroborated by another pilot flying over Fargo that night, and two air traffic controllers to whom Gorman relayed information regarding the disk. Maj. D. C. Jones, commander of the 178th fighter squadron at Hector airport, said Gorman was so shaken by the experience that Gorman had difficulty landing that night.

• The Air Force investigated the incident through Project Blue Book, as depicted in the television show. According to the National Archives, there were more than 12,500 sightings reported to Project Blue Book in the 1950’s and 60’s, but the investigations officially found no evidence that UFOs were “extraterrestrial vehicles” or a security threat, including this one. Air Force investigators noted that Gorman was a credible, sincere witness “who was considerably puzzled by his experience and made no attempt to blow his story up.” But the Air Force ultimately ruled it an encounter with a weather balloon.

• According to ‘The Forum’ newspaper clippings from 1947 to 1995, UFO sightings were a dime a dozen back then. “A flurry of reports of unidentified flying objects were made in North Dakota,” says an article from August 1965. Countless columns aimed to disprove the sightings, claiming that “flying saucers aren’t for real,” said one article from August 1963. A March 1950 article tried to downplay the UFO hype, saying UFOs aren’t anything new and that, in fact, sightings in North Dakota dated back to 1897.

• Nevertheless, the Fargo-Moorhead area has welcomed “ufologists” for lectures over the years. Officials investigated reports made by children, adults and law enforcement alike.

• As for Gorman, he carried out his career in the Guard quietly, never again speaking publicly about his UFO experience. He denied Life magazine an interview in 1952. Gorman told friends that “he was never convinced that he had been dueling with a lighted balloon for 27 minutes.”

 

A new History Channel series exploring U.S. investigations into UFOs has a strong Fargo tie.

The first episode of “Project Blue Book” premiered Tuesday, Jan. 8. It focuses on a 25-year-old National Guard lieutenant’s encounter with an unidentified flying object in the skies above Fargo.

The lieutenant, George Gorman, a B-25 fighter pilot in World War II, told The Forum in October 1948 that the “dogfight” with the UFO was “the weirdest experience I’ve had in my life.”

              Lieutenant George Gorman

According to the archived Forum article: Flying in a P-51 over what is now North Dakota State University during a football game, Gorman saw the “flying disk,” according to the archived Forum article. It was round with well-defined edges, brilliantly lit and circling over the city.

After Gorman decided to investigate the disk, a 27-minute chase ensued in the Fargo night sky.

Gorman tried crashing into it, but the disk dodged him at speeds of 600 mph, he recalled. His aircraft was going at a top speed of 400 mph, and as he approached the disk, it lit up and, with a burst of speed, outdistanced him.

“Once, when the object was coming head on, I held my plane pointed right at it,” Gorman said. “The object came so close that I involuntarily ducked my head because I thought a crash was inevitable. But the object zoomed over my head.”

His story was corroborated by another pilot flying in Fargo that night and two air traffic controllers who Gorman relayed information to regarding the disk’s antics.

Maj. D. C. Jones, commander of the 178th fighter squadron at Hector airport, said Gorman was so shaken by the experience that Gorman had difficulty landing that night.

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That Time Aliens Landed in the Soviet Union for a Walk in the Park

by Blake Stilwell                      December 26, 2018                      (wearethemighty.com)

• On September 27, 1989, citizens of Voronezh, Soviet Union (Russia), about 300 miles south of Moscow, reported a red ball around 10 feet in diameter landing in a city park. “It was not an optical illusion,” said Soviet Police Lieutenant Sergei A. Matveyev. “It was certainly a body flying in the sky. I thought I must be really tired, but I rubbed my eyes and it didn’t go away.”

• The red ball spaceship opened its hatch. Out stepped a three-eyed, three-legged creature that stood nine feet tall and was dressed in silver overalls and bronze boots. It left the ship with a similar biological companion and a robot. A boy began to scream in terror. With a look from the creature, the boy was paralyzed. The aliens disappeared into the craft, then returned with “what looked like a gun” and shot the boy, who disappeared. The boy reappeared later, after the spacecraft had departed. It was assumed that the creatures had briefly abducted the boy, but he cold not remember anything about the craft.

• The other children in the park who witnessed the landing were asked to draw what they saw that day. They all drew “a banana-shaped object that left behind in the sky the sign of the letter X.” Citizens of the town reported multiple sightings of the ship between Sept. 23 and Sept. 27, but when Soviet investigators came to the scene, their only abnormal finding was elevated levels of radioactive Cesium-23.

• The local interior minister said that if the craft appeared again, they would dispatch the Red Army to investigate the event. If the aliens had returned in full force to invade the Soviet Union, they would have met the joint capability of the Soviets along with the United States, as President Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev agreed at the 1985 Lake Geneva Summit to join forces against any extraterrestrial invader.

[Editor’s Note]  In the 1980’s, Presidents Reagan and Gorbachev specifically agreed to help the other in the event of an extraterrestrial attack on either of their nations. They absolutely knew about the extraterrestrial presence on this planet.

 

The Russians have a strange history with the Unidentified Flying Objects. While 99 percent of the UFOs encountered by Russia and the Soviet Union over the years were probably American spy planes, they insist that one of them actually landed and its crew decided to step out and stretch their legs.

And then they shot a bunch of children.

In the late 1980s, The New York Times quoted Soviet police Lt. Sergei A. Matveyev, who swore he saw the spaceship, saying that lanky, three-legged creatures landed in a park in the Russian city of Voronezh on Sept. 27, 1989. Some 300 miles from Moscow, citizens of Voronezh reported a deep red ball, around 10 feet in diameter, landing in a park.

“It was not an optical illusion,” he told the Russian TASS News Agency. “It was certainly a body flying in the sky. I thought I must be really tired, but I rubbed my eyes and it didn’t go away.”

A hatch opened and out stepped a three-eyed creature that stood nine feet tall and was dressed in silver overalls and bronze boots. It left the ship with a companion and a robot. After taking a triangle formation around the robot, the robot came to life. A boy began to scream in terror. That’s when the stuff hit the fan. With a look, the boy was paralyzed.

The aliens disappeared briefly and returned with “what looked like a gun” and shot the boy, who disappeared. He reappeared later, after the spacecraft had departed. Citizens of the town reported multiple sightings of the ship between Sept. 23 and Sept. 27, but when Soviet investigators came to the scene, their only abnormal finding was elevated levels of radioactive Cesium-23.

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