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Sunday, August 04, 2013

Benevolent UFO Brothers.....Really!

Our colleague, esteemed Spanish UFO researcher Jose Antonio Caravaca sends along a UFO event, from 1923, that is truly intriguing:

In Japan during the Kanto earthquake occurred at 11:58 pm on September 1, 1923, several residents of the city of Yokohama had an incredible close UFO encounter.

A terrible earthquake, 7'8 on the Richter scale, which lasted about15 minutes, had filled the city with ruins, fires and explosions.


Ms. K was with her husband, brother and three children were trying to leave their devastated home when the woman looked up and saw a bright object, shaped like a disc, which seemed to reflect the sun's rays.


The disc was larger than the full Moon. It was an oval-shaped artifact with a crystal dome on its top, and manned by two human-like beings, wearing tight outfits and bright blue helmets.
They had long noses and white skin.

One of the humanoids, through a window, pointed with his hand, for the witness, the way towards the outskirts of the city.


Ms. K. was convinced that thanks to the help given by the visitors they were able to avoid landslides and other hazards, which likely could be seen from the by the occupants in the UFO.

One of the witnesses was interviewed when he was 81 years old.

(The devastating earthquake caused at least 105,385 deaths and 37,000 other people disappeared.)



  • This story fits neatly into my own reality tunnel, the match between context and appearance that more often then not sweeps over various demarcations of anomalous experiential realities that tend to follow depression, a series of misfortunes ( either in the past or present) high emotional states , uncertainty, disassociation either suppressed or active and the resulting openness to waking dreams that become manifest. The era of classic encounters was rife with this. You have mentioned Betty and Barney Hill, an apt example. Delimited potentiality seems to be a result that manifests in hybridised windows of mix and match whose content appears to be based on who is looking. This possibility seems to be more difficult than nuts and bolts for most to wrap their heads around.

    By Blogger Bruce Duensing, at Sunday, August 04, 2013  

  • ..this is the sort of report that always fascinated the Northwestern University Vallee (and then later lifted by the Chicago suburbs FATE Magazine editor Jerry Clark); it would be foolish to discount such things outright....

    By Blogger Kurt Peters, at Sunday, August 04, 2013  

  • Published in 『UFOと宇宙』(NO.25:1977年8月号);ユニバース出版社、Drawing also made in 1977. Very little credibility.

    By Blogger Chris Aubeck, at Monday, August 05, 2013  

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