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"Love Is In The Air" is how the song goes and as I dazed up into the skies my mind wandered as if often does. Alien intercourse, you don't hear much about it these days but it did cause quite a stir at one time. Does anyone know anything about it, what are your thoughts (the clean ones) and were there any British cases?

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What a morbid little lot we

What a morbid little lot we are!
No, to be serious if you accept Vallee's theory that Fairies (sometimes called "Aerial Race") and Aliens are two sides of the same phenomenon you can come up with as many cases as you want.

Walter Y.E. Wentz, that American who gathered so many disappering fairy traditions at the turn of the XX century, wrote down quite a few of them: particulary significant is the story of an Irish farmhand, named Laughlin or Lachie, who was haunted by a fairy-woman who made it a point to see him every night "and he being worn out with her began to fear her nightly visits". To escape the fairy-woman he decided to emigrate to the New World. A little before his departure the milkmaids heard her singing this song at sunset:

What will the brown-haired woman do
When Lachie is on the billows?

Laughlin arrived safely in Nova Scotia but in the first letter home wrote to his friends that the same fairy-woman was haunting him there in America.

William Grant Stewart in The Popular Superstitions and Festive Amusements of the Highlanders of Scotland devotes a whole chapter to "The Passions and Propensities of the Fairies".

The most famous case of "alien-human intercourse" is the one involving that Brazilian farmer from Minas Gerais, Antonio Villas-Boas.
The case is so interesting because the experience left deep physical traces on Villas-Boas: of course he may have made up the entire story but surely he could not make up the acute poisoning he came down with and that had him hospitalized.

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-Kalevala, Rune XIII-


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Ian Topham wrote:"Love Is
Ian Topham wrote:

"Love Is In The Air" is how the song goes and as I dazed up into the skies my mind wandered as if often does. Alien intercourse, you don't hear much about it these days but it did cause quite a stir at one time. Does anyone know anything about it, what are your thoughts (the clean ones) and were there any British cases?

Is that your Valentine's Day thought?

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Mysteryshopper wrote: Ian
Mysteryshopper wrote:
Ian Topham wrote:

"Love Is In The Air" is how the song goes and as I dazed up into the skies my mind wandered as if often does. Alien intercourse, you don't hear much about it these days but it did cause quite a stir at one time. Does anyone know anything about it, what are your thoughts (the clean ones) and were there any British cases?

Is that your Valentine's Day thought?

No comment :)

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As Mauro points out the case

As Mauro points out the case of Villa Boas in Brazil is probably the most famous and as far as I know he never contradicted his story right up until he died in 1992.

There are other cases I have found in articles spreading from Australia to central Europe and America (North and South), but the only British case I have come across was from Somerset, 1973 and from what I have read is likely to be a hoax.

I maybe wrong but It could be a case of "No Alien Sex Please, We're British!!"

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Hmmm, now I am pretty sure

Hmmm, now I am pretty sure there have been quite a few cases of alien sex, but as is rightly mentioned it seems the aliens these days go in for artificial insemination to create alien babies. I guess the romance has gone out of the relationship with us humans!

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Villas Boas

As far as I can remember Antonio Villas-Boas was hospitalized following a serious illness shortly after his experience. The cause of his illness was radiation poisoning.
Another well documented case in UFOlogy, the famous Cash-Landrum case, had the two main witnesses suffering from radiation poisoning, though there was no encounter with "alien entities". One of them recovered but the other never healed and died a few years later.
This case bears some striking resemblances to a very recent, and well documented, case in Texas.
It is curious to note that Brazil was home to one of the worst, and least known, nuclear accidents in history, the Goiania accident of 1987.
Again, as his hospitalization proved, something physically happened to Villas-Boas, and he was sincere and coherent about his experience. He was telling what he thought was the truth.

On a different note as Graham pointed out in the past two decades the issue has become all about horrific genetic experiments, terrifying abductions and ruthless gray men tampering with women. While I personally do not believe a single word about this (if you have the technology to bend space and time you surely have no need for such barbaric procedures; all you need is a small sample of blood or skin taken from a sleeping person), there are surely some underlying psychologic causes. It is also good to remember that the "Alien broodmare" fad took over from the previous "Satanic broodmare" fad and probably stem from exactly the same source.

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"Louhi spoke in riddled tones of three things to achieve: find and catch the Devil's Moose and bring it here to me. Seize the Stallion born of Fire, harness the Golden Horse. He captured and bound the Moose, he tamed the Golden Horse. Still there remained one final task: hunt for the Bird from the Stream of Death"

-Kalevala, Rune XIII-




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