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Verges of the Weird is a collection of true accounts that chronicle the experiences of Kenneth (Kenny) Bakeman, an inductee of the Grey Aliens. Written with vivid and eidetic detail, these accounts record a lifetime of involvement with a wide range of Alien beings.
This interaction not only has included Grey Aliens but also well over two dozen other Alien types. Most of these types have not been very well understood and in many cases not even recognized at all by entrenched Ufology. An accounting of the broad spectrum of what really has been going on concerning the Alien Agenda hasn't even yet begun. Until now.
In the Verges Trilogy, a pattern is clearly demonstrated that shows how humans have been exploited by a variety of Alien entities to suit their agenda. Insights into a hybrid human-Alien breeding program are reported, along with graphic details about how human life-force is drained, stored and transmitted to hybrid embryos.
Recruited as a young child, Kenny also recounts how he was used as a pawn in a power struggle between the Greys and rival factions. This involvement took the author to over ten countries and through many regions of the United States during a span of four decades.
Verges of the Weird, a Chronicle of Alien Encounters is an essential resource for serious investigators into the Alien Agenda. It will most likely pose an ontological challenge for even the most brave of sojourners into the realm of the paranormal.
This is an illustration showing a healing device the little Grey 'doctor' used on me. This Grey stands only about four feet tall and is the same in appearance as the guy I called the 'Robot Man'. The 'doctor' carried his healing device around in a travel case. The two spheres were about 6" in diameter and a dull, gray color. The spheres were placed with extreme care on top of two extentions of a fold-up stand.
This arrangement was used on me after my poor body had been injured during a policing operation. On one case I was thrown out of the bottom of a 'UFO' and landed on my knees. Preceding this I had a lot of my blood drained and was horribly dehydrated and no doubt had an extremely low blood count. I was laid out, flat on my back and the healing device was placed alongside of me. The little 'doctor' stood back several feet and after a period of about 20 to 30 minutes I woke up, feeling extremely weak but with no obvious injuries.
There seemed to be an urgency in using this healing device as quickly as possible. My feeling is that there was a relatively small window of opportunity to reverse the injuries, and after a certain point the device would have little or no effect.
Date: Sat, 5 Jan 2008 07:46:53 -0800
Subject: Re: i want to talk to you about your experiences
The encounters I detail in my book are real, not fiction. Some of them are based in 'hard' consensus reality but many are at the verges (the extreme limits or frontiers) where mundane, so-called ordinary reality butts up against the paranormal.
Writing the book was difficult and at times painful, not fun. At any rate, it is a serious chronicle of unusual experiences and even though they may be (and probably are) considered fantasy by most people, they did take place. Of course, I'm not going to waste any energy trying to prove this to anyone . . . the last thing I want to do is to shatter the fragile mind-shell of people who are programmed to work in lock-step to slavishly provide resources for the alien agenda.
Very Best to You,
On Jan 4, 2008 10:37 PM, Nedim Alic wrote:
Hey i would like to talk to you about your experiences in your book, firstly are they real or is this just something you did for fun?
Originally posted by Veritas Lux Mea
I have to say that this man and his experiences seem to be real to me. Not that I can provide any 'hardcore evidence', but speaking from personal experience; I believe him (at least from what I see so far).
I've encountered plenty in my time here... experiences beginning even before I was born (told by family members) and continue to be present in my day-to-day life up until now.
Especially the hybrid/human-looking girl rings to be true. I have seen and interacted with one particular male hybrid being, that looks strikingly similar to this girl, for years. I don't want to go into any further detail about myself at this time, but felt I should share a briefing on why I *do* believe this guy.
I'll be purchasing his book soon just to see if I can relate to anything else he speaks about. And I sincerely congratulate him for sharing his work, regardless of if others believe him or not.
Thanks for starting this thread. =)