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"We talked for hours about travelling in space and time. I don't know what or who he was. He didn't say he was a visitor from another planet but I had that impression. I believe he was here to observe us. I never saw him again. I have no qualms about the reaction to my experience with Mr Janus. I don't care what people think - it was what happened."
"I would say they come from another planet somewhere in the universe but not in our galaxy. They are benign, not aggressive and, like us, are explorers", he says.
"Janus was there, sitting by the fire in a deep chair. He asked:"What
is your interest in flying saucers?"
And then he gave a Wellsian account of space travel at the speed of light with spare body parts in the luggage.
"Prince Philip,'' said the stranger, ''is a man of great vision, a person of world renown and a leader in the realm of wildlife and the environment.
He is a man who believes strongly in the proper relationship between man and nature, which will prove of great importance in future galactic harmony."
Tall, thin, short, fat, grey, white or green: Horsley does not recall. Instead, no doubt aware that such an opportunity might not come again, he pressed straight in with his questions.
"As an airman," he began, "one of the difficulties I have with the idea that UFOs fly here from another planet is the vast distances involved."
Quite so. "That's a good start," his visitor replied, before launching into a long disquisition on the reality of interstellar travel.
Apparently, in the next century or so, mankind will become bored with its exploration of the solar system and press on into deep space, employing technology that bends the time-space continuum and enables us to travel 1,000 light years in (relatively speaking) just 30 Earth years.
As far as we know, the Duke of Edinburgh never got to see this enigmatic character. He was equally unsuccessful when he expressed an interest in meeting the famous UFO contactee, George Adamski.
Originally posted by mckyle
Originally posted by KeeperOfGenisis
I've always been amazed at the British and their take on the whole UFO scene they are no where near as cagey as the USA and their officers who tell their stories genuinly seem credible unlike alot of Americans thats not ment to be a racist rmark just a plain observation.
What a racist comment!!!!!!
Sorry, I couldn't resist
It's a slow night ;-)
Originally posted by DraconianKing
How could they not? If they are even 1000 years more advanced than us nuclear technology was probably something they were taught in preschool.