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Saturday, April 14, 2012

The Flying Humanoids; The Macerata Connection

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Spanish UFO researcher Jose Antonio Caravaca found a UFO encounter with similarities to one he presented here earlier and at his American site (http://caravaca-files.blogspot.com):

On December 7, 1978, at about 23:45 hours, Alfonso Marinelli was traveling near Navelli (Abruzzi. Italy), when suddenly his car inexplicably stopped.

Leaving the vehicle, he observed two lights flying together, very slowly, toward him, about 10 or 15 meters above the ground.

As the lights approached, he saw two "little men" wearing highly fluorescent suits, similar to astronauts, with flattened silver helmets on their heads.

The beings flew upright. Mr. Marinelli did not hear any sound of engines or propellers.

The two humanoids had bright lights on their chests, which seemed to be fastened by straps over their shoulders and waist.


Their height was approximately 80 to 90 centimeters.

They flew passed his car, then changed direction and returned to where they came from.

The witness said that the little men did not appear to react to his presence on the road.

Mr. Marineli returned to his journey as his car started up again.

The appearance of the small humanoid reminds us of the 1954 Macerata incident, also in Italy.


The Marinelli illustrations by Moreno Tambellini



  • This is very much in line with some dense material I have been reading In William C Chittick's translations of Ibn Al Arabii's cosmology titled "The Self Disclosure of God". Specifically his focus on the imagination whom he defines in a manner that is unlike any other. Another is his concept of the "Two and Three Worlds" that falls into the materialized world, the immaterial world and the absent world, and the relations between them. The basic premise falls into the same reconciling principle of Gurdjieff where you have affirming and denying forces, as in electrical systems to put it perhaps in too reductionist a manner. Ibn' idea of the "chameleon" nature of context in relation to where perception is seated ( in several forms) is very provocative. I highly recommend this book from a philosophic and metaphysical basis that adds a unique perspective to Jose's theory.

    By Blogger Bruce Duensing, at Monday, April 16, 2012  

  • Bruce, thank you.

    Senor Caravaca will be presenting his thesis, upcoming, as to what the "external agent" is that brings about the encounters he's provided, and I get the idea that it isn't far from what you've suggested here.


    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Monday, April 16, 2012  

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