This little story comes from the This American Life web-site (here).
|owl and UFO|
|owl and alien|
|John Edward Mack, M.D. (1929 – 2004)|
|first broadcast on March 29, 1968|
|Mister Seven to you.|
|Terri Garr and Robert Lansing, both sporting extremely hip outfits|
MCCOY: Well, I must admit the sensor readings seem too good. Human readings, yes, but not a single physical flaw. Totally perfect body.
KIRK: If an alien needed a body.
SPOCK: He might be inclined to prepare a perfect one, Captain. But then again he may be telling the truth.
Agents are male and female, descendants of human ancestors taken from Earth approximately six thousand years ago. They're the product of generations of training for this mission. Problem. Earth technology and science have progressed faster than political and social knowledge. Purpose of mission. To prevent Earth's civilization from destroying itself before it can mature into a peaceful society.
The caption under Angela's read "seen any interesting hills and valleys"
|SPOCK: Quite a lovely animal, I find myself strangely drawn to it.|
|the arrow shows the location of the round structure from March 10th 2013|
|close-up from the same photo with the round structure |
placed in with Photoshop for scale
|author and historian|
|blogger and podcaster|
Mike Clelland began his study of the UFO abduction phenomenon in 2006 as a way to better understand his own personal experiences. This act of looking unleashed a flood of synchronicities as well as intense owl sightings. These events have been the focus of his ongoing research. Both owls and profound synchronicities seem to play a guiding role in the direct experience of some abductees, this connection points to a deeper reality at play in these mysteries. By looking at these elusive and often ignored aspects of the abduction lore, something truly mystical seems to be revealing itself.