Friday, May 30, 2014
Inter-dimensional UFOs (and beings)?
This account from the website INEXPLICATA-THE JOURNAL OF HISPANIC UFOLOGY, 5/27/2014, contains indications of an inter-dimensional intrusion by an alien of cosmologically foreign origin:
“Witnesses speak of the strange presence of a humanoid-type being in the beaches of Necochea on 20 May 2014 (date to be confirmed) at 23:00 hours (approx.). It seemed to float, was very large as its strides were quite long. It was seen from an apartment in the coastal area at the beach resort itself. It moved along the beach, near the water, before vanishing abruptly. Before this, it appeared to fade away, as parts of its body would disappear. It should be noted that this was an extremely cold evening and there was no one walking along the shore. On Sunday, 18 May, other people also witnessed a strange, man-like figure heading to the sea, to an illuminated site at the water's edge. The sighting was also made from an apartment facing the shore. After 22:00 on that cold and rainy night, whatever was headed into the sea vanished along with the white lights on the berm.” [Italics, mine]
Such accounts/reports of vanishing or fading-in-and-out UFOs and/or creatures are rife in UFO lore, as you know, and many contained “large-in-stature” visitors…
The Voronezh sightings(s) of 1989
The 1976 Canary Island observation(s)
The 1973 Greesburg, Pennsylvania episode(s)
The 1879 Knock, Ireland visitation(s)
The 12th Century Elidor events(s)
For me, such observations are part of the UFO panoply, which causes sensible UFO buffs to name UFOs as “phenomena” – not “phenomenon” – as the raft of UFO accounts recorded over the years into the modern era are too diverse in essence to be attributable to one cause or source.
UFOs are phenomena, Jerry Clark notwithstanding.
And the Inexplicata account adds to that UFO inventory.
[The graphic, above, is from a painting by Mattijn Franssen, found at Fubiz.net]