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Old 20-07-2014, 09:25 PM   #15
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Lightbulb Cynthia Appleton

A contactee is someone who claims to have met ET's.. It is most often used to describe those who claim some sort of ongoing contact, reporting messages from the aliens and eventually generally describing their experiences in vaguely religious or mystical terms. It is basically the concept of "medium" or "channeler" recycled for the space age..

One of the first, and thus most well-known, of the contactees was George Adamski, who claimed to have met a man from Venus while out in the California desert in the 1940s. Many of his descriptions of flying to the mild-climated planets Venus and Saturn, and the civilised societies encountered there were later shown to be completely different from the hard data reported by space probes. This may or may not be because his claims are very similar to the science fiction novel Pioneers of Space, written in 1949 by one G. Adamski.. Many claims of contact came after Adamski published his books; most of the contactees had less information to impart than did Adamski, and only Howard Menger supplied photographs - and composed music that he claimed to have heard on Venus.. Cynthia Appleton, meanwhile, brought forth something far more substantial from her benevolent Space Brother friends - a baby...Much of Aston consists of terraced houses that were built around the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century. Some of these houses were demolished in the late 1960s to make way for the Aston Expressway, which links Birmingham city centre to the M6 motorway. In the late 1950s, Aston was the location of the famous
'Venus Baby' case of Cynthia Appleton (87 Fentham Road)...'d have probably done the same to you, if you'd come 'round our place.. Perhaps it's in the nature Of Tv..Just waves in space...

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