Kathleen Marden : 1982年 Denise Stoner 事件 (途中:その1)


・26:00 1982 Denise Stoner 事件


・Contactee's, Abductee's and Experiencers Strange Ecounters With Beings Not of this Planet


1982年8月13日、コロラド州:日中、夫婦が車で移動中に UFO を目撃、直後に3時間の時間のロスが発生(途中:その1) (2016-03-05)


・Denise Stoner 事件とは…

DENISE STONER WAS 2? years old the first time she remembers the alien taking her. She was at home in Hartford with her grandfather. Her mother was at the hospital giving birth to her younger sister. She remembers staring out a large picture window and seeing an egg-shaped object in the sky, hovering over some power lines. “What’s Humpty Dumpty doing up in the sky?” she asked. She remembers the fear in her grandfather’s face when he suggested it was time for bed.

Later that night, as she lay staring at her nursery rhyme-themed wallpaper, an entity walked through her wall. “He looked like a monk, he had a robe, and he was carrying a light. I wasn’t afraid of him,” she said. “He put out his other hand for me to take it, and I did. We walked out into the hallway.” The alien pointed his light at the wall, and they disappeared through it; she remembers being in a large, dome-shaped room with a lot of other children, and they seemed to be learning something. In the morning, she was back in her bed.

Since then, she says, she has been taken more than 50 times, from her home, from the street, from her car, the last time only three years ago, driving through the mountains in Colorado. Each time, it’s the same being responsible. “He looks like your typical gray [alien], but he’s one of the tall ones. It’s just the very subtle shape of his face, his chin is a little wider,” she explained. She calls him her escort. “There’s no friendship. . . . He comes to get me, and I know I’m going to be safe,” she said. “He’s also going to oversee whatever is done.”

Stoner, 68, lives in Florida with her husband. Now retired, she works with fellow “experiencers,” people who feel they have had contact with intelligent nonhuman entities. She also conducts investigations on behalf of the Mutual UFO Network, or MUFON. Being an experiencer is very much part of her identity. Her story is coherent, she doesn’t ramble or get lost in the telling.

ref: https://www.bostonglobe.com/ideas/2016/06/11/why-alien-abductions-are-down-dramatically/qQ3zdBIc2tLAf3LVms8GLP/story.html


Kathleen Marden : 母と娘が abduction されたその晩、息子はアニメのキャラクターと遊んでいた。


・一昨日、up された Kathleen Marden の講演動画からタイトルの件に絞って記録。


・21:40 あたり。

・母とその娘がある晩、 abduction された。自宅には幼い息子が残されていた。あとで息子から、その晩はアニメのキャラクター(下)と一晩中、遊んでいたと聞かされた。


・息子の目には(or 記憶では)アニメのキャラクターに見えていたが、その正体はたぶん ET だろう。



・Contactee's, Abductee's and Experiencers Strange Ecounters With Beings Not of this Planet


時間跳躍様体験(time loss)が、主観的な錯覚ではないことを示す事例 (途中:その1)


・abductee/contactee が時間跳躍様体験(time loss)を報告する事例は少なくない。

・この時間跳躍様体験(time loss)が、未知の主観的な錯覚によるものなのか、あるいは客観的なものなのか…これが問題となる。


・ところが、時間跳躍様体験(time loss)の際に身につけていた腕時計が主観的な錯覚ではないことを示していた…という事例を見かけた。


Time loss:

My friend and I were hanging out at my house. It was about noon and we were talking about something and decided to go for a walk down the street. We would have said “up the hill and back.” There was a dip in the road and then the road went up a hill. We would often walk it when we were bored or talking about something. This was probably the same time period as the lights, between 1987 and 1990 and it was in the summer because I remember wearing a t-shirt.

My dad asked us where we were going, and I told him just up the hill and back. He said not to be gone for too long, although I don’t remember why. He and I walked up the hill and back. It was at most 15 minutes. But, when we got back my dad was furious and said he was about to call the police since we’d been gone so long. Had he not looked so mad I would have thought he was joking. Then he said my friend had to get home because either his grandma or mom was freaking out and kept calling. I used to wear a watch back then and looked at it. Only about fifteen minutes passed so I was even more confused, but, when I got inside the house all the clocks were almost four hours later than my watch.

I remember going up and down the hill countless times that summer with my friend trying to figure out what happened and neither of us could. Thinking about it that was probably the summer of 1989 or 1990, because my friend and I stopped hanging out shortly after that.

ref: http://www.phantomsandmonsters.com/2018/09/large-flying-cryptid-reported-in.html



夜空を飛び交って爆発を繰り返す奇妙な星を 10分間、友人と目撃。


Flashing lights

It was nighttime, probably around 9:00 pm in the summer. I can’t recall which year, but probably 1989-1993. I was with friends, but I can’t recall who. What I do remember is looking off toward the north probably about 85 degrees off the horizon to directly above us and we could see flashing in the sky. They looked like exploding fireworks without noise and without the streaming. The lights were all white and only looked like a quick explosion.

My friends and I ruled out fireworks because, except for the visual explosion there was nothing similar. Plus, they were so high in the sky and they were about the size of the stars before the exploded and moved. We could actually see what looked like a star, then it would explode, but also seem to move to another area of the sky and explode again, move to another area of the sky and explode again. they continued in these strange moving patterns for what seemed like forever, but was probably only ten minutes.

The next day I described it to my dad who said it must have been the Aurora Borealis, which was sometimes viewable, but nothing like this. Since then I have searched online and haven’t been able to find anything like it. I only recall seeing this once.

ref: http://www.phantomsandmonsters.com/2018/09/large-flying-cryptid-reported-in.html


ロシアの UFO クレータの謎が(たぶん)解明された。


・下の問題のクレータ。火山の噴火跡だ、UFO の墜落跡だ、中性子星の破片が突き抜けた跡だ…と様々な憶測がなされてきたと。



Mysterious Russian UFO Crater May Be Solved


Theories formed from data collected during those expeditions (and subsequently rejected) included a volcanic eruption (too small, no other craters), a super-dense, metallic, cylindrical object crashed (no one has found any metal), an underground nuclear explosion (no radiation), a spaceship landed there (and left a pile of limestone?), a fragment of a neutron star drilled through the Earth (where’s the entry hole?) or some sort of Siberia-only, warming-freezing, possibly methane-related phenomenon like the Siberian craters.

A recent article in Russia Beyond reveals the latest and most plausible theory for the Patom crater:

“A phreatic (steam) explosion, that happened either during magma emplacement into hydrous rocks or due to the faulting and decompression of heated hydrous rocks.”

A what? A hydrous rock or mineral is one which has undergone a chemical reaction that added water to its crystalline structure (amphibole, lawsonite, zoisite, chloritoid, talc, etc.). Magma emplacement is the vertical migration of magma that is driven by gravity. So, magma hits the water-filled rocks, heats up the water, creates steam, causes an explosion and leaves a crater and a mound behind to baffle natives and scientists.

This theory explains why Kolpakov felt heat, which may be the reason why animals avoid it and why vegetation may be unable to grow around it. However, if there was enough magma and hydrous rocks to form one crater, why aren’t there more?

ref: https://mysteriousuniverse.org/2018/09/mysterious-russian-ufo-crater-may-be-solved/


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