Tuesday, August 7, 2012
THE VOGHENZA ARMED HUMANOIDS AND LITTLE " SPACE SOLDIERS" IN MALAYSIA
The Distortion theory suggests that most of the material contained in a close encounter experience emerges from the individual unconscious of witnesses, being able to take elements of the collective human mind (collective unconscious and archetypes).
Everything flows (drift) from the interaction (channeling) of the psyche of the witness with an unknown external agent. The participation of an independent external agent is confirmed by the incorporation of certain aspects of the experiences that are common to hundreds of incidents.
For example, humanoids shoot flashes of light to the witnesses, independent of their appearance, tall, short, humans, monsters, et cetera.
What is disconcerting about close encounters is that humanoids of radically different physical aspects behave in the same manner, with "tools" (a light in hand); they are dedicated to explore the ground and surroundings, collect samples, but never leave tangible evidence that can be analyzed of their numerous visits.
Also, as noted, they shoot rays of light at the witnesses.
That uniform behavior, in cases of different "alien" appearances; shapes, sizes and colors, into experiences that stand out as having various incoherent elements, indicates that our unconscious chooses to conform to these external aspects of experience (with information from TV, science fiction, comics, movies, et cetera.), with an external agent adding the "common elements.”
Moreover, the existence of physical traces on the ground or on the witness indicates that the external agent is capable of providing "material" to an experience more typical of dreaming than reality.
Emulating a film director, the external agent is able to maintain a "homogeneous" screenplay somewhat consistent with the logic of the dream world creating a scene that represents extraterrestrial visitation, "eliminating" and "censoring "any unconscious material that may hinder or divert the basic objectives of the experience.
The external agent uses only the most useful elements from the unconscious to shape the theatrical representation in the form of "flying saucer" along with the garb of the humanoid, their physical appearance, height, behavior, et cetera.
And depending on the imaginative capacity of the witness and unconscious resources (literature, comics, movies, et cetera) the experience contains more or less detail.
The theory of Distortion proposes an interesting equation: if we know many details of the witness (analyzing his personality and knowledge, studies, hobbies, and so on), we can guess what kind of UFO experiences the witness has been familiar with.
And contrary, knowing the details of a close encounter, we can discover what aspects allow the witness to live this experience.
In this way we can trace the origin of certain details of the experiences that seem incoherent or anachronistic. Probably all these absurd elements in close encounters are latent in the unconscious of the witness, which good research certainly would find.
In the following case, from Italy in 1951, but divulged in 1978, we can see many of the features observed in the humanoids that were reflected in the cover of a U.S. science fiction magazine published in 1957.
Without having a connection between one event and another, the similarities are striking, and can be explained because that in the collective imagination would be contained (stored) all the "ingredients" of science fiction (helmets, spacesuits, antennas, equipment-contained breathing apparatus, ray guns, et cetera) necessary for such encounters to sprout.
But all these elements are combined and distorted by the very psyche of the witness, using their own “oneiric creativity.”
In Voghenza (Voghiera, Ferrara) on August 14, 1951 at 13:00 pm, H. B., a farmer and construction worker of 57 years, performing maintenance work in the local cemetery felt an intense heat wave on his back at the same time he heard a strange noise.
Turning around he observed a huge a bright metallic object about 6 meters in diameter falling from the sky.
The artifact was elongated with a dome on top and several vertical fins. There were several round, blue windows. In the center was a ring-spinning dome.
The lower part had the shape of a funnel and was motionless.
At low speed, the craft landed about fifty meters from the witness, supporting itself on three telescopic legs emerging from its base.
Two side doors opened showing two staircases.
Six humanoids of about 1.20 meters in height emerged.
They wore bright white one-piece suits and wore boots which reached to the knees.
At their waists they wore belts with a green, elongated lens.
On their heads they had helmets of transparent material from which protruded three antennas, two on each side and one in the center.
On the back was a “packet” from which emerged a tube joined to the helmet below the chin.
The arms of the humanoids were very long in relation to the body.
They carried long objects in their hands that seemed to be some kind of weapon like a shotgun.
As they approached the witness, he could see more details of the face of beings.
The facial features were simian-like. The elongated head had high cheekbones and round blue eyes, The skin was white.
(One appeared to be the "boss" of the group and had a red-colored beard.)
The rest of their heads were covered with a dark material.
One of the humanoids pointed the carried object at the witness and fired a "flash" of light.
H.B. was so scared but he did not attempt to flee, and the "light" did not cause any apparent damage.
The "boss" made a friendly gesture with his hand, and the witness returned the greeting, The humanoid nodded.
Suddenly, all the humanoids returned to the aircraft. A pink flame appeared from the lower funnel, the object is rose vertically at high speed, and in two seconds was out of sight.
A cemetery worker watched the flight of a blinding light. Marks were left in a field by the landing: a circle of burnt grass with soil devoid of vegetation about seven meters in diameter.
Several incidents that Ahmad Jamaludin presented in MUFON UFO Journal, No. 141, took place in November 1979, in Malaysia.
One of the incidents contains the elements described in multiple close encounters, including the Voghenza landing.
The alleged aliens in this incident were tiny,
In this incident, the imagination of the children involved added a tunic decorated with stars, on a small humanoid.
The use of a tiny "ray gun" by the humanoid produced, once again, paralyzing effects.
One child had paralysis of his right arm.
Jamaludin narrateds this incident thusly; "Occurred on August 19th, 1970, near the playground of the Stowell Primary School in Bukit Mertajam. Eyewitnesses claimed that they saw five, 3-inch tall humanoids march in a military fashion down the gangplank of a miniature flying saucer into the schoolyard. Four of the beings wore identical blue uniforms while the fifth, who carried himself with the aura of one who seemed to be in charge, wore a bright yellow tunic decorated with stars and had a pair of “horns” or antennas on his head. At first the unusual entities seemed to ignore the onlookers and proceeded to climb a nearby tree where they erected an “aerial-like device” in its branches. The purpose of this device or even if it was recovered were facts that remain frustratingly unrecorded.
In no time a cluster of six boys advanced on the unexpected guests. The bravest of the bunch, one K. Wigneswaran, made a grab for the garishly clothed leader, but the alien astronauts were quick to defend themselves and wasted no time in drawing their “tiny laser pistols” and opening fire on the inquisitive children. The kids scattered in a panic and once the hubbub died down Wigneswaran would discover a scar on his thigh where he had been hit by the laser pistol."