Great story, good documentary. It touched me in a very special way. I spent my first years in a similar place down there. I like how the film explains
how normal is for the people in rural areas of South America to have this kind of experiences.
This is the story of Juan, a gaucho who became a contactee at 12 years old.
Jacques Fabrice Vallée also appears in the film. He actually investigated this case many years ago and came back. The film is available in Amazon
Prime, I don't know if Netflix has it too.
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Nice, Im going to watch now as I get some work done. I am believer and more so a believer of the underdog. The ufo phenomenon is THE underdog story.
Nothing else comes close. This is too large in scale.
The pictures he drew seemed like it was from some bad sci-fiction movie but he was just a child and very poor. He likely struggled trying to explain
it but did the best he could.
I know Crazy Horse, he wasn't crazy at all. He was called that because that is how his described his vision. He saw his horse in the vision and it
looked like pure energy. Only way he knew how to describe it was the horse looked "crazy". People just assume he was just some wild man warrior. He
was a good warrior but not some lunatic. People in his village said he was quite shy and seldom spoke to those in the village.
That was a good film, emotional. Juan seems like a stand up guy.
My favorite part of this story is that Juan tied his horse to the stairs of the craft before he ascended. That is crazy. Horse obviously didn’t like
it as it injured itself, then died soon after. I also enjoyed the use of the word spaceship by the other men who also experienced something that
I believe Juan. This was another remarkable event that has been happening for a long time.
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Great documentary. I liked the way it focused on the human aspect of the story too. Sounds like he had a strict Dad, so there was certainly no reason
for him to make stuff up given he'd probably be acutely aware of the reaction he'd get from him.
The fact he described the ship as a tractor was also interesting. Obviously being very young, and perhaps not exposed to pulp sci-fi etc, I guess he
had nothing to compare what he was witnessing. The press conference too - wow. It certainly messed him up good and proper.
Those tears certainly were not crocodile. If that guy is making it up, he needs to go into car sales because he's done one hell of a job doing it.
I'll just say that whoever watches this and doesn't believe this guy is way more of a skeptic than I am and that's probably right over the line of
It's funny... I think we all want to believe in something different and we all look for that person that we can actually believe so we can feel fine
with believing ourselves.
I never thought I could believe a person when they told a tale like this. My uncle has a few stories and even though I believe what he says in a big
way, I just can't 100% believe his stories but I want to. THIS guy, for some reason, I can totally believe. Wish there were even more to the story.
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