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Alternate Perceptions Magazine, June 2021


The Vanishing Visitors

by: Sungma Tenzing Lama








buddhist UFO Research

This incident occurred in 1912 when I was eight years old and lived in a suburb of Lologne, Germany. It has remained indelibly in my memory. One afternoon I was looking out into the backyard from the window of our apartment. My mind was in no way keyed to the forces and the powers of the paranormal. I was merely looking out of a window to see what could be seen. Behind me was a large four-poster bed. I was alone in the room, but I felt compelled to turn around.

I did so and saw, sitting against the posts of the bed, two strange creatures, which could not have been more than three and a half feet tall if standing. They looked exactly alike, and they had features like humans and skin of a light brown texture. They did not smile and therefore I could not see if they had any teeth.

If they wore clothing, it must have been the same color as their skin worn tightly over their bodies. It appeared to me, however, that my strange visitors were naked! I do not know how long the creatures had studied me before I turned but after we had gazed at each other for a minute a fantastic thing happened. Apparently having realized that I was able to see them, they faded slowly into invisibility before my astonished eyes. I never saw them again, but that may be because they have been careful to remain invisible when around me. I have always wondered whether my strange visitors were extraterrestrials, possible crew members of a flying saucer, although I saw no saucer at the time of the experience!

Source: Saucer Scoop magazine, Vol. 4, No. 2, May, 1969

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