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"There are two types of aliens," Wassana says. "One group is from the planet Pluto. The others are from a planet named Loku.
"Pluto aliens are made of energy, can appear in physical form and are able to teach humans. Loku aliens have a physical body and knowledge of high technology. They work together.
The planet Loku "is in the Milky Way, but they didn't tell us where."
The aliens are described as slender, little, silvery humanoids.
Illustrations depict them standing upright on two legs with two arms and a bulbous bald head with a pointy face topped with a single antenna.
"Pluto aliens worry about something so devastating happening on Earth, such as war or in the environment, that it might impact their planet. They also want to give some people the ability to communicate with them, so if humans destroy everything in a nuclear war, the aliens will be able to help survivors rebuild human civilization."
Technologically superior, benevolent aliens promise to take care of selected "survivors."
"I asked my father to tell the aliens to show themselves," says Wassana, his daughter.
"The next day, the aliens sent energy to spin my brother and brother-in-law."
She says the two men were yanked up from the living room sofa and spun simultaneously, like whirling dervishes, out of the house and into the yard.
"I felt like my legs and my arms had to spin," adds Wassana's brother-in-law Jaroen Raepeth.
"I could not control myself for four or five minutes. I didn't feel afraid. We both spun outside."
Through an upstairs window, Wassana's sister-in-law says she saw a UFO.
"It was about 10 or 15 meters long, at treetop level," adds Wassana.
Wassana, who quit her job as a nurse to champion the extraterrestrial, says her father continued to receive telepathic messages over the years.
"Before my father died [in 2000], he taught us how to communicate with the aliens," she adds.
Today, she says more than 100 other Thais have this ability after practicing with her.
Based on information from ET contact at Kaokala, there’re plenty of planets that have souls who achieve the cosmic laws, and teach the way of practice to their civilizations. One of 2 stars that contacts Kaokala group named Lokukatapakadikong indicates that there’s a supreme leader on their planet, and can be the same as what humans call Buddha on Earth.
All advanced civilizations in the cosmos that can develop technologies along with a science of conscious particles have ability to solve almost any problem on their planet such as disasters, wars, and soul learning processes. And they form federation (Galactic Federation) to help solve problems for other civilizations.
originally posted by: JAGStorm
a reply to: shawmanfromny
What if.... guardian angels have always been........guardian aliens...?
I'm being serious.
originally posted by: shawmanfromny
a reply to: JAGStorm
Not a crazy idea at all. This topic has been discussed many times over the years. Here's a recent article that you may find interesting: 10 Reasons Angels Could Be An Alien Race Ignored By Science
originally posted by: Archivalist
a reply to: SeaWorthy
What if demons are a made up concept as part of long, drawn out stories, used by a few in power to control the masses. What if those people wrote it down in a book that they arbitrarily change over hundreds of years to suit their ruling needs and convince the ruled class to obey the book no matter what and that they are not allowed to question details of the book under guise that they can't question the made up authority in charge of it, when in fact they are the only editor and maintain what is considered the "real messages of the book"?
What if you, for some reason, are brainwashed into this string of belief. So you hijack a perfectly reasonable thread and interject a piece of propaganda from a theologically based monarchy that existed hundreds to thousands of years ago.
Wouldn't that just be the darndest thing?