27. NORMAN PAULSEN - ON THE (UFO) ROAD AGAIN
To continue to live in the life style they desired Norman and 65 others moved into Salt Lake City and opened health food stores. They rented five big houses, one of them the one we were invited to. It had been a judge's home. It was so beautiful. The men started a construction company which is still in existence, as far as I know.
Norman Paulson has written a book about his life. The name of the book is "Christ Consciousness." It was previously called "Return of the Ancients."
Norman started this life in an unusual way. His father was blind. He was also a wonderful pianist. Before Norman was born his father asked for someone to help him. He met Norman before he was born in a meditation. Norman told him he was coming to help him and that they had been together before.
During the early adult years Norman lived with Paramahansa Yogananda and became a devotee. He built the Self Realization Institute Retreat in Los Angeles. He spent 8 years with Yogananda until he knew that it was time to leave.
Shortly thereafter he had a meeting with an alien on the highway. The alien was injured so Norman took him home. Of course, all of these events are books in themselves.
Later on he met George Van Tassel's daughter and married her. George Van Tassel is a famous contactee. He is the most well known for "Giant Rock" where he held UFO conventions every year. It is located in Yucca Valley, California. It was during the period he was married to George's daughter that he was picked up by a huge ship on the dry lake bed at Yucca Valley.
When Norman was picked up he felt he recognized everyone on board. He was familiar with the controls. One of the crew gave him clothes and shoes which fit him perfectly. He even recognized the clothes. You can find this wonderful story in his book.
After returning from Norman and Pattys there was a message waiting for Marlene from her Mother. Her father had died the day we left Seattle. She was devastated. This was her first vacation. Now she felt that she wasn't intended to take a vacation. We tried to reassure her that you never know what is going to happen in this life and it had nothing to do with her. The next morning we took her to the airport and she returned to Seattle.