Florida Politician Says She Was Abducted by Tall, Blonde Aliens
A candidate currently running for a Congressional seat in Florida said she was abducted by aliens when she was a child, according to old interviews published by the Miami Herald. In the televised discussion, Bettina Rodriguez Aguilera describes being taken up into an unusual spacecraft by three tall, blonde beings who communicated with her telepathically. Was Aguilera describing a visitation from the Nordics?
While the publication of the nearly-10-year-old interview tapes may seem like an attempt to tarnish Aguilera’s image, the Herald actually endorsed her candidacy in a race for the state’s 27th congressional seat; a surprising move when an outspoken belief in extraterrestrial intelligence, let alone abductions, has been historically taboo in politics.
But a wave of acceptance has recently swept the political zeitgeist regarding aliens. Since the New York Times divulged Harry Reid’s involvement in a program studying UFOs, and Hillary Clinton and John Podesta claimed they would release all government documentation of extraterrestrials, the tides seem to be turning when it comes to disclosure of the otherworldly.
When recently asked about her experience, Aguilera deferred to instances of other notable political figures who publicly claimed to have sightings of UFOs, including Presidents Reagan and Carter.
She also took the opportunity to reinforce her religious views, while declaring she “joins the majority of Americans who believe that there must be intelligent life in the billions of planets and galaxies in the universe.”
But the most interesting part of the story is her account of the knowledge conveyed to her while she was taken aboard the craft, which she described as a round spaceship with round seats, steered or powered through the use of quartz crystals.
Aguilera said the alien entities told her that Africa is the center of the planet’s energy; that there are 30,000 nonhuman skulls in an underground cave on the island of Malta; that the Coral Castle in Florida is an ancient pyramid; that God is a universal energy; and something about the Egyptian deity Isis.
She also said she has been in contact with these entities on five or six occasions since she was first taken aboard their craft. Aguilera described the three figures – two women and one man – as Christ-like in appearance, reminding her of the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro. Sounds a bit like some of those biblical visions of the divine, does it not?
Aguilera is still an underdog in the race, having raised the least funding compared to her opponents, though an endorsement from such a large publication and its ability to separate her political platform from her belief in extraterrestrials seems to mark a turning point in modern politics. In the past such a revelation might have ruined her candidacy, but today it seems we’re able to have mature conversations about the reality of extraterrestrial life.
Richard Dolan describes encounters with extraterrestrial entities by military personnel, much like the ones described by Aguilera, in this episode of Open Minds:
Harvard Professor Avi Loeb Says Universe Created in a Lab
One of the greatest mysteries of our universe is the question of what existed before the Big Bang and how our universe was created. Could it have been created in a lab by a higher form of intelligence—an extraterrestrial intelligence?
Scientists have studied for years the possibilities that may have created the Big Bang; how our universe was created. Now, Avi Loeb, Harvard Professor of Science and author of “extraterrestrial: The First Sign of Intelligent Life Beyond Earth,” proposes in his latest editorial for Scientific American that our universe may have been created in a lab.
Modern physics has a problem, we do not yet have a good understanding of how to unify quantum mechanics and gravity. If we did, we could in theory figure out how to create a “Big Bang.” This idea led professor Loeb to his theory.
“If we imagine a civilization that had science and technology for much more than a century like we did, then they could have arrived at a theory that unifies quantum mechanics and gravity, and if they figure out how the Big Bang can be created perhaps they could also produce it themselves in the laboratory,” Loeb said. “And if that happens then there is a very interesting possibility, just like in nature, for example, a chick comes out of an egg, becomes a chicken and lays another egg, and so forth. You can imagine a universe like ours giving birth to an intelligent civilization that can create a universe like the one that made it.”
Imagine if different civilizations were given a letter grade; professor Loeb puts us at a Grade C, while the more advanced civilizations have higher grades.
“One can, in principle, classify civilizations in the universe into different classes. Type C civilization is similar to ours where we rely on the sun to keep us alive and we are using our environment the way it was provided to us. But then one can imagine a civilization Type B, which is not dependent on the star next to which it was born, in. fact it can create a habitat that supports its life far away from the star,” Loeb said.
“You can imagine them creating a platform where a civilization can live happily, using nuclear energy supplied to it from nuclear reactors and not from the star that it happens to be born next to, that would be Type B. Then Type A civilizations would be those that are capable of recreating the astrophysical environment that they live in, in particular, the universe as a whole. So, creating a universe in the laboratory implies that you’re at the top of the class of civilizations in the universe. We haven’t reached that yet because we don’t have a quantum theory of gravity.”