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I feel somewhat reserved about this. From the text alone, my initial impression was that he encountered something genuine, but rare and unusual.
Watching the video, his descriptions of what to me sounds like his first remembered out-of-body experience match my own experience in enough
ways...but also contain enough elements that I don't recognize, that overall it seems plausibly like a genuine experience to me.
But then I see the picture he drew and I get a major aversive reaction. It looks so obviously
like two greys standing in front of something.
The "something" doesn't immediately seem like a reptilian, but it has qualities that are casually reminiscent of them. It might be a "something
else" but anything with empty eyes that has grays attending it and leaves this guy unable to sleep for two weeks...I don't get the impression that
it's something I'd want to meet.
Has anyone here ever encountered such an entity
or have any further information about it?
No. I'm not having much success breaking the name down into roots, either. Vashek appears to be a first name amongst people with german, russian and
czech last names, but I'm not finding on origin or meaning for it. Shekra appears to be the name of a roller coaster at an african-themed park in
Florida that is apparently named after a type of african hawk. The guy in the video describes the creature as resembling a sphinx, and while the
traditional sphinx is a lion with a human head, thehieracosphinx
is a lion with a falcon
head, which gives us a two-fold connection: african-hawk; shekra; looks like a sphinx; egypt is in africa. So...since that's the first match we have,
let's assume that it's televa-shekra and not tele-vashek-ra. Televa, apparently, was the name of the
operated by the Finnish Defense Ministry. Etymology of the word is somewhat obscure...it doesn't show up in web
translation, but I see several references suggesting that the word might mean telescope. But since we're having to mix totally unrelated cultural
groups (egyptian and finnish) and I'm not seeing any additional serendipidies there, I'm hesitant to leave it at that. The "tele" root simply
means "far," and is common to an awful lot of words involving distance and communication in many languages, but without something to connect the -va
suffix to, there's not enough to settle on a meaning.
The name appears to have connects to birds, and to "distance" in some sense. If I were to make a wild leap of logic, I might guess something like
So...a little more searching and we see some references to an alien "bird" race known as the Carians, which some fairly random websites of
questionable reputation suggest are a "royal" pregenitor race to the reptilian aliens. source
1 source 2
. Though I don't place much faith in websites like these, the idea does generally
seem to agree with some of the other data. The guy in the video suggests it was "royalty." It appears to have greys with it. I personally looked at
it and thought "reptilian..but not." Though the imagery doesn't seem very bird-like to me. Again, it looks like a snake to me.
Anyway...just some thoughts...bits and pieces. Maybe someone with more time, inclination, and better knowledge of the languages involved can offer
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