FOR YOUR INFORMATION
In this article, we are showing you another side to the story of extraterrestrials. There are more than one type, just as there are more than one type of human. There are "spiritual" E.T.s that are aiding us in the changing of this planet into a star (or moving into the 5th dimension)... they don't land, they don't need to, as they communicate with us through mind.
There are those who are of the dark forces who use fear and manipulation and usually work through humans who are connected to them or their energy.
Then there are those who are researchers, visitors or they planted colonies here long ago. The interactions between E.T.s and humans varies greatly because of these differences. It is also believed that some are here who have made arrangements with our government to use us for whatever purposes, in exchange for their advanced technology. This has not been voted on by the people of course, and so the government would want to conceal and deny any such agreement or even acknowledge their existence. There are many who are probing this possibility, which seems to be a very dangerous task, if there is any truth to these investigations. There are many other cases and many unanswered questions and many unexplained losses of materials and persons.
The following cases are taken exactly as printed from a report written and published by Leonard H. Stringfield in 1982. The title of the work is 'UFO CASH/RETRIEVALS: AMASSING THE EVIDENCE - Status Report III." (Used by permission)
Only initials of some witnesses are used for their protection and or privacy.
CASE A-12: E.L. of Los Angeles, married, has daughter, grandchild, is retired. Served as Carpenter Mate, 1st Class, Hqt. Co. 112th Construction Battalion, WWII.
This case dating back to 1944, allegedly involves a landed or disabled alien craft discovered by a Seabee, E.L., near the beach of Kaneohe, Oahu, Hawaii. The year of the event is not only difficult to accept, but so is the story, mainly because of the fictionish anachronisms. E.L. related during certain CE III phases of his experience. Lucius Farish, author of "In Other Words" in MUFON UFO Journal, who referred me to the source, agrees that while the story is fantastic, and probably beyond verification, it is nonetheless a case that just may have happened -- or some of it -- and should be recorded.
E.L., during three interviews by phone, related his experience cooperatively when assured of anonymity. He explained that only his offspring and one other researcher, Don Worley, had heard his story firsthand. He admitted that no one would ever believe his story and seemed relieved, at age 66, when I told him I planned to publish part of it for research records.
E.L.'s story begins with a stroll along the Kaneohe beaches on a Sunday morning looking for shells. Suddenly, his eye caught a glint of metal reflecting sunlight near a wooded ridge, not far from a radar installation. Curious, he went to look and was faced with a strange globular object about 50 feet in diameter. "It looked like an igloo," he said, "except on the top was a clear glass dome about a foot high with a gold device, like a weather vane, spinning inside."
Outside were a group of people, said E.L., all dressed in tight-fitting green uniforms. A closer look to his surprise revealed they were short, or "scaled-down" people, about 4 - 1/2 feet tall, of exceedingly slight build, with no buttocks. Their faces, he said, were human-like with heads topped with short, lush black hair, large dark eyes, heavy eyebrows. One featured large, fanged teeth. This one, he was told later, was a female. Each wore a heavy belt with a box-like apparatus attached in front. Two of the group of seven were sitting on this ship's ramp, four at regular intervals around it and one was out front, just 20 feet away from him. "All were staring at me," he said. "The nearest one, probably the leader, acted like he was waiting for me. I still had no fear because I thought they were just small Navy people used in submarine duty."
Then the man nearest to E.L. spoke. It was in heavy accent, he said, but the voice was too deep for his size. While the others remained silent, one of them suddenly reached down to the apparatus on his belt, pressed a button which instantly made E.L. dizzy and nauseous. Then he lunged at E.L. with a sword-like weapon drawn from a scabbard. E.L. resisted, drew his knife and a battle for "life or death" ensued. E.L. managed to overcome his assailant forcing him to the ground. Then to E.L.'s amazement, the others, jumped into the fray, and slew their own comrade. E.L., who was dazed by it all, was told by the leader to return the next morning to talk by a large black rock near the water's edge. Said E.L., "They didn't know it, but I took the box from the dead man's belt."
Meeting at the black rock E.L. was told of the wondrous world from whence the aliens came, 21 light years away. He also explained that this was the beginning of a period of world visits to check on the Earth they colonized eons ago.
But E.L.'s accord with the space people didn't last long. A "Navy swabbie," said E.L., who had witnessed his meeting with the strange men dressed in green, reported his activity to Naval Intelligence.
According to E.L., he was promptly summoned to Intelligence to explain his escapade to a Lt. Lewis. After length interrogation by Naval Intelligence, OSS and the FBI, who were called in, he was forced to surrender the so-called Black Box and to designate the location of the alien craft. By some crafty maneuvers, said E.L., they managed to capture the female entity who was heavily guarded until she was sent to the US mainland. Then E.L. learned, that Naval aircraft shot down the alien ship as it tried to take off and it fell into the ocean. It was towed, he said, using nets, to San Diego. The remaining crew of six probably rotted inside because the Navy couldn't penetrate the craft's metal skin with conventional tools.
According to E.L., the "Black Box" was the subject of great interest to the OSS and Naval Intelligence. While in the office its great power was luridly demonstrated on a pet cat. Pressing one of its three buttons, the cat, facing its invisible wave, fell dead instantly, its bones liquefying into jelly. Even the desk, he said, upon which the box sat, seared through the varnish and into the wood, causing a foul odor.
E.L., of course, signed an oath of secrecy, and was threatened, he said, by one of the plain clothes agents who "looked like President Johnson." If he talked about the incident, he was told he could be charged with murder of the ship's crew member. He had been framed, he said.
COMMENT: E.L.'s complete story, which includes voluminous CE III data, is beyond the scope of this paper. My notes cover several pages. However, before my investigation, Don Worley in 1974, had made extensive efforts by mail to get the facts, but gave up when many of his questions went unanswered. The story is difficult to believe, especially the phase when E.L. does battle in medieval style with an alien. Such an anachronism, on the other hand, may have been staged using hypnotic techniques, for reasons that will remain inexplicable.