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contactee

(ˌkɒntækˈtiː)
n
a person who claims to have been contacted by aliens
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Speaking in 2012 during the Anomalous Mind Management Abductee Contactee Helpline Conference (Ammach), the lecturer outlined that colonization is the main reason why aliens come to Earth and abduct people.
[beaucoup moins que]J'ai ete contactee par un realisateur pour un travail pour Netflix.
[beaucoup moins que]Je n'ai jamais rencontre ni ete contactee meme par le passe par Brahimi et si c'etait le cas, le parti aurait ete informe[beaucoup plus grand que], a-t-elle precise.
Elle peut etre contactee a roxane .caron.2@umontreal.ca.
He worked with Shatner in the film "Mysteries of the Gods" and helped the star work through his own alien contactee experience.
Loosely based on the first wave of UFO reports and contactee literature published around the middle of the century, My Saturnian Lover(s) presented fictionalized dramatizations of the historical "contactees" George Adamski, Ruth Norman, and Howard and Connie Menger.
There is even a helpline for people who believe they have had contact with extra-terrestrials (the Anomalous Mind Management, Abductee, Contactee Helpline, if you're wondering), but so far as my research shows, there is nothing for parents whose children insist on heading off to dance away midsummer at a music festival.
The pop-up museum was inspired by the 60th anniversary of Europe's first purported UFO contactee, James Cooke, of Runcorn, who claimed to have encountered a spaceship on Runcorn Hill, in September, 1957, and also to have been taken to the planet Zomdic by his extra-terrestrial visitors.
Readers of this journal will be particularly interested in the chapters on Rudolf Steiner's Anthroposophy; the I AM community, headquartered in Chicago, but who performs a pageant on Mount Shasta, California every year; Elizabeth Clare Prophet's Summit Lighthouse and Church Universal and Triumphant, the group that built underground bomb shelters in Wyoming in the 1980s; Theosophical connections to UFO contactee and investigation groups; and the Theosophical foundations of the New Age.
Later this month she will be Among a host of speakers at the Anomalous Mind Management, Abductee, Contactee, Helpline project (AMMACH) conference, which is expected to attracted hundreds.