- Written by Manuel Lamiroy
- Category: Ask the panel
About nine years ago, the first issue of the Journal of Abduction-Encounter Research (JAR Magazine) was published. It contained three articles on hybrids and on what could be the purpose of their existence. While Helen Littrell shared her experiences with Raechel, an alien-human hybrid who was her daughter’s roommate at college, Budd Hopkins’ and David Jacobs’ articles focused on a hybridization program with an agenda of infiltration, possibly even colonization.
In his article Meeting the Hybrids, published in JAR in February 2016, Miguel Mendonça also talks about the possible purposes of the hybrids. He concludes it is likely that different groups of extraterrestrials are active, with different agendas. One group seems to be dedicated to Service to Self, while another group to Service to Others. Both groups are creating hybrids. The hybrids Jacobs and Hopkins describe belong to the Service to Self category, while the ones Mendonça and Barbara Lamb interviewed for their book mainly belong in the Service to Others category. The Service to Self hybrids appear to have an agenda of social integration and colonization. The Service to Others hybrids "saw their creation, and the intentions of the ETs responsible, as being a fundamentally benevolent enterprise, which seeks to preserve and enhance human life, principally through the expansion of human consciousness."
We asked members of our panel for their views on the matter. Nadine Lalich, Tom Minderle and Helen Littrell sent in their responses:
- Written by Miguel Mendonça
- Category: In-depth
By Miguel Mendonça
In 2015 I met ET-human hybrids for the first time—eight of them. Within two months, my reality was expanding so fast that I had to let go of trying to understand it all intellectually. It became clear that this cannot all be understood with the mind. We cannot turn their information on consciousness, love and oneness into personal knowledge without opening our hearts and occasionally letting the mind take a back seat.
That is just one of the key learnings that came out of the research that Barbara Lamb and I undertook for what has become the book Meet the Hybrids – The Lives and Missions of ET Ambassadors on Earth. The hybrids have access to a level of understanding that answers not just the big questions of ufology, but many of the biggest questions that humans have ever thought to ask.
Let that sink in for a moment. Then let the questions flow: how do they know so much? Who are they? What are they? Why are they here?
This brief introduction to hybrids will only scratch the surface of what we uncovered in the research, but it will give the reader a sense of the complexity and multidimensional nature of the subject.
This has major implications for ufology, and indeed the wider enterprise of human inquiry. I will close with some further thoughts on what this suggests for our continuing research in this field.
- Written by Manuel Lamiroy
- Category: Reviews
Title: Priorities for a Planet in Transition. The Space Brothers’ case for Justice and Freedom
Author: Gerard Aartsen
Published by BGA Publications, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, in October 2015.
Every once in a while a book about extraterrestrial contact comes along that is refreshing to read. This is such a book because it exudes so much hope and optimism, in times that surely are challenging. Priorities contains a treasure trove of deep insights and common sense wisdom about how we, as a society, should approach our current situation. The author, along with the visitors that he quotes, encourages us to make the right choices towards the future.
Priorities for a Planet in Transition. The Space Brothers’ case for Justice and Freedom is Gerard Aartsen’s third book. It follows the same main theme as its two predecessors, i.e. that we are being visited by advanced extraterrestrial civilizations who are here to assist us, if we are willing to listen. His books largely rely on the testimonies of the early contactees of the 50's and 60's who had encounters with human-looking beings, whom they referred to as the 'Space Brothers.' Occasionally, Aartsen cites more recent contactees, too, like the Bulgarian space academic Prof. Lachezar Filipov.
- Written by Giorgio Piacenza
- Category: Interviews
Giorgio Piacenza interviews Monica de Medeiros, Brazilian Surgeon, Contactee, Author and Healer.
[The interview is in Spanish, with English subtitles. If the subtitles do not appear, please press the CC button].
Translation and transcription
GP: Good afternoon. We are with Mrs. Monica de Medeiros at the IV UFOZ Conference in Foz de Iguazú, Brazil in 2015. Monica is a well-known person in Brazil. She's a contactee and an author whose books have impressed me quite well. And I'll like to interview her for our magazine.
Monica, what is the role of the contactee, like the voluntary contactees we heard of in the 1950's? Like George Adamski? What role may such a contactee have today?
MDM: They are the ambassadors of a new Earth; of a new human race because their contact is voluntary, sincere and free with the extraterrestrials. And from them they learn to think in a way that which is vaster and more integrated, more respectful of the (animal, plant, mineral) kingdoms existing on Earth, but also more respectful of human beings. Their role is bringing the possibility of making a more amenable and harmonious life, freer from fears.
GP: Monica, and you have also had contact experiences?
- Written by Web Master
- Category: Announcements
Exomagazin.TV, operated by Exopolitics Germany, just published a presentation by award-winning film maker Terje Toftenes from Norway, called "Alien Agenda - Abductions and strange phenomena in Norway"
- Written by Karel Rasin
- Category: Encounters
Editor's note: this is another case submitted by Karel Rasin, and described in his book.
This is a story of a possible UFO abduction released by Project Alfa UFO files. Project Alfa is a Prague-based, non-profit group of researchers in the Czech Republic. Most of project Alfa members are also members of Exopolitics Czech Republic.
Case facts: witness: a woman, named Petra Lachova, age 29, living in Prague, married, not addicted to drugs or alcohol, one child (5 year old daughter).
Case explorers: Karel Rasin, Dana Rasinova. Date: 2012
It happened about 2 years ago (2010) in her Prague flat. During the night, she woke up and saw something strange coming from the wall just next to the door. It had a grey cloud-like shape and was crawling along the bedroom towards her bed. Then it appeared over her body and was making the same crawling movements. These events repeated several times during the year. With every new visit, the entity became more and more like a figure, like a being. There was a paradox though, physically it wasn't possible to see the door whilst lying in the bed because the furniture blocks the view. Yet she saw the door while lying in the bed! When the being appeared, she would be paralyzed and she found herself in very strange "altered" state of mind and all her senses had been very sharp. The being had the power to move her body, and wherever the being looked, she moved. The man from the wall turned her in the bed to the right, to the left, on her back, on her stomach just by his eyes, and she couldn't do anything about it. When the being appeared, it just stared at her eyes for a long time without doing anything. When the being came next to her bed, it started to talk in a very fast way. His mouth moved rapidly and his mouth looked like it was made from plastic because the rapid talking sort of deformed his mouth. She never understood what he had been talking about, but it reminded her of some codes. This happened many times.
- Written by Karel Rasin
- Category: Encounters
The extraterrestrial presence and its political implications of are not at the centre of a public interest in the Czech Republic. The same goes for the field of ufology in general. Public awareness and knowledge about UFOs in the Czech Republic are non-existent. The Czech Republic officially has two UFO groups: best-known is Project - Glow (Prague), and there also is KPUFO (Club of Psychotronic and UFO – Plzen, western part of Czech Republic); apart from these, there also are some small regional groups.
But let us start from the beginning: since childhood, I had a strong feeling that some things are completely different than science says. After reading a book, by Erich von Däniken "Chariots of the Gods? Memories of the Future" as a teenager, I knew that my hunch was correct. Intuitively, I did never accept the idea that I come from monkeys. I knew something was wrong in our human´s history development. My views were very different from ordinary people, and I was often viewed as a man with "extravagant opinions." That's why I didn't want to study, I did not want to learn something that is not true. I got a press card and became free-lance journalist.
In 1998 I joined Project Glow, because it was the only one group interested in UFOs in Prague. I began to pursue cases of UFO abduction, because I received many letters of people describing this experience. I put together an investigation team with four colleagues. Based on my experience with this phenomenon, I wrote a book “Close Encounter of Fourth Kind” (UFO abduction in Czech Republic) (Votobia, 2002), where I collected 10 cases I explored with my team. To date we register over 130 similar cases in our database. (One is listed below).
- Written by Gwen Farrell
- Category: In-depth
A phobia is a persistent, irrational fear of a specific object, activity or situation that leads to a compelling desire to avoid it. In everyday life, everyone has fears that lead them to avoid certain things. A phobia, however, is a fear that leads to behavior detrimental to an individual’s everyday life. At the present time, there is no accepted term for a fear of UFOs because the existence of UFOs and ETs are not accepted by the scientific/medical community. However, phobias and ET contact events have been found to be linked.
Phobias have two basic parts – a traumatic initial or instigating event (IE) and a trigger event (TE). A phobia can arise immediately after the IE or years later when something happens to trigger the trauma and cause it to escalate into a phobia. This can happen even though the individual may have no conscious recall of it. To alleviate the phobia, it’s necessary to address both the initiating IE and the TE. Therapy sometimes uncovers phobias rooted in ET contact experiences, and while not all phobias develop from ET contact, the following is an example of one that did.
C.H. was a 32 year-old woman who presented with claustrophobia - an irrational fear of closed spaces. She had been uncomfortable in such spaces as long as she could remember, without knowing why. However, in the past two years her discomfort had increased to the point where it was limiting her ability to live a normal, active life. During therapy, this is what she recalled:
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