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originally posted by: ufoorbhunter
a reply to: Suanna
"from Poland as I am here this moment. I hope they will sometimes visit me"
If you can get somewhere pretty isolated like the mountains in Silesia away from large human conurbations, then get yourself a hand operated dynamo torch, go up to a high point in that mountain range, use your 'communicator' by flashing it in a three sequence aiming it towards the north west just above the horizon, one second between each communicating flash................. You might get a big surprise.
Remember the sequence and the one second between each flash. The three flash sequence is the only thing that works........... Two or four five six etc, they will not work. So three flashes, a second between each flash aimed towards the north west just above the horizon
I think it's worth mentioning this from page 8 of that pdf:
originally posted by: JimOberg
Here's my report on that event and on her views of it:
And there's no evidence she ever realized her imagined time-warping UFO fleet really was a single old satellite slipping back into the atmosphere to its fiery destruction. Does this calibration cast her reportage of the schoolkids' experience in a different light?
Witness interacts with object [per Hind]
• “As [witness] moved towards the boat she could suddenly
see this light in the sky; it looked like a small plane, but
what shook her most of all was that it was coming directly
• “She could feel the panic rising and realising that her
flashlight was still on and that she couldn't switch it off
quickly, she was sure that whatever it was, was attracted by
the brilliant light in her hand.
• “lmmediately, she hid it behind her back and watched with
relief as the object turned away and, following the tree-
line, went off along the lake shore.
• “At this stage she could see it was enormous, several times
bigger than a Boeing 747.”
My overall study was sparked by the October 24 'Hawaii mothership UFO' which is linked here:
The common link is Cynthia Hind getting overly excited and jumping to conclusions she wants to be true, rather than conclusions that actually are true. For example, she tried to claim that all the children saw exactly the same thing, yet you can see her flipping through the drawings the children made showing that what they drew was entirely different. I didn't see a single drawing she flipped through where the "UFO" was "flying", it was always something on the ground, either one saucer, or five saucers. Do you want to tell me that kids seeing the same saucer(s) can't tell if there's one or five of them? Really?
originally posted by: Dimens
Great find, thanks so much for sharing. Still working trough the Powerpoint, so many interesting links.
Don't really see the resemblance to the Zimbabwe school incident, as didn't the aliens actually land there and exited the ufo?
Or maybe i am mixing up encounters as there undoubtedly have been more then one in Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe school encounter description
I'm one of the kids in these photo's. I remember this well. We made it up - Sorry. By the way there was a documentary on UFO's the night before, more or less everyone had a TV at that stage and for those who didn't it was still a cool story to get in on
I'm in the last photo. You may email me if you like. firstname.lastname@example.org
Vendittelli introduced Emily Trim, who in 1994 was one of the schoolchildren involved in the famous Ariel School 'UFO landing' incident in Zimbabwe. She spoke on "E.T. Contacts and the Ariel School Incident." Her talk was highly emotional. She was crying as she spoke of encountering ETs floating above the ground. She said that she fell to her knees before one such being, whose face kept changing between that of an alien, and that of a lion. She has also had a conversation with a magic butterfly...
You cannot take seriously the account of someone who is in such a highly emotional state, and relates an impossible story.
If the child saw one saucer, I expect him to draw one saucer. If the child saw five saucers, I expect to see him draw five saucers, maybe 4 or 6 if they have trouble counting but I think most if not all kids involved in that incident can count to 5.
originally posted by: jordan77
a reply to: Arbitrageur
Have you ever gone to an elementary school and looked at children's drawings that were supposed to be of the same thing? They all look funky and they all are gonna be different, sometimes wildly different. lol
I guess, in regards to this Emily Bolton person, has there been any corroboration from any of the other children that this was all made up? Or is it just her saying this? Seems probably equally dubious to ignore all the rest of the people involved and take the one person at face value.