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Nordic Aliens
(Pleiadeans or Venusians)
Creature
Grouping Extraterrestrial
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Nordic aliens (Aryan aliens) are said to be a group of humanoid extraterrestrials. They are so named because they are said to resemble Nordic, Scandinavian, or Aryan racial images.[1]

Nordic aliens form a notable part of UFO/abduction belief and the contactee movement in European and Latin American nations, but are not commonly found in accounts from the US.[2][3] Owing to the writings of self-professed Ufologist and contactee Billy Meier, they are sometimes known as Pleiadeans or Errans, and are said to be from the Pleiades star cluster in the constellation of Taurus,[4] although they have been known by other names, and were originally said to come from Venus or other planets within the Solar System because of the claims of George Adamski.

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Appearance

Nordic aliens are said to be extremely human-like in appearance, with pale white skin, colorless lips, and hair that is either light blond or white.[5] Some accounts describe them as having "remarkable"[6] (sometimes pale[5]) blue eyes,[6] although they have also been described as having pink,[6] red, yellow, green, or violet eyes. Some cases have the eyes as somewhat resembling those of Greys', large and slanted, or being completely dark, lacking irises and sclerae.[6] Most accounts say that they are tall; either 6–8 ft tall or 18–24[citation needed] ft tall, statuesque, and attractive.[citation needed] It is more common for them to be reported as being male than female.[1][3][7]

Geographic divide

While Greys make up 75 percent of all reported alien encounters in the US they appear in fewer than 20 percent of European reports. Something similar to European reports occurs regarding abductions in Latin America. As such, Europeans and Latin Americans are several times more likely to report encountering a Nordic alien than a Grey. The European nation with the highest proportion of reported encounters with Nordic aliens is the United Kingdom.[2][3][8]

Speaking during their 1994 convention in Washington, Committee for Skeptical Inquiry representatives noted that British contact reports typically spoke of Nordic aliens, and did not include Greys in any number until 1987, when Whitley Strieber's novel Communion became a best seller there.[8]

Contactees

George Adamski

George Adamski was one of the first contactees to report a description of UFO occupants. On 20 November 1952 he reportedly met and spoke with a being called Orthon, after seeing a UFO in Arizona. Adamski described him as looking human, with long, wavy, blond hair, and that "the beauty of his form surpassed anything I had ever seen". However, Orthon was not entirely human in appearance, having slightly slanted eyes. According to Adamski, Orthon said that he was from Venus.[9]

Billy Meier

Beginning in 1975, Billy Meier allegedly began his official contacts ("official" in that evidence was to be provided publicly, unlike earlier contacts), communicating both directly (face-to-face) and by telepathy with a core group of Nordic aliens called the Pleiadeans/Plejaren, or Errans as he also refers to them (Erra being their home planet), who gave their names as Ptaah, Semjase, Quetzal, and Pleija, among numerous others. According to Meier himself in the video documentary 'Contact', he says that his first contact with extraterrestrials began on January 28, 1975.[10]

Howard Menger

Howard Menger also claimed to have met Nordic aliens although his statements are controversial, as he retracted his story - then recanted his retraction.[11] Orfeo Angelucci and Elizabeth Klarer also described similar beings in their contact stories.

Michael E. Salla

In an interview with The Washington Post, Michael E. Salla suggested the possibility that in February 1954, at Edwards Air Force Base, United States President Dwight D. Eisenhower had met with some Nordics in an attempt to formulate an agreement over technology exchange, and the elimination of the American nuclear arsenal.[5]

Cynthia Appleton

British contactees included Cynthia Appleton in the late 1950s, who claimed that her son Matthew was fathered by a Venusian visitor, and Mollie Thompson a few years later, who also claimed a meeting with blond Venusians, and was sufficiently inspired by the experience to record several songs about it.[12]

Jonathan Manner

One of the few residents of the United States to have reportedly have gotten contact with the Nordic Aliens, he stated in an interview that, "The Veusians created the majority of Earth's species', and while trying to genetically engineer a super-race, accidentally replaced one of the growth hormones with some form of Nordic fecal matter and created the Jewish race. Jonathan is an active member of the Aryan Brotherhood and has also been arrested several times on battery charges related to antisemitism.[13]

In religion

Guardian angels

Some abduction researchers have speculated that encounters with Nordics are actually with guardian angels rather than with a species of biological extraterrestrials.[14]

Industrial Church of the New World Comforter

The Industrial Church of the New World Comforter is a UFO religion founded in 1973 by Allen Michael.

In 1947, Allen Noonan was a pictorial sign painter in Long Beach, California who that year claimed to have a telepathic encounter with a UFO. He then changed his name from Allen Noonan to Allen Michael. He claims to have physically encountered a flying saucer manned by Nordic aliens in 1954 at Giant Rock in the Mojave Desert of California.

Tempelhofgesellschaft

There is a Gnostic religion called the Tempelhofgesellschaft founded in the early 1990s in Vienna, Austria that distributes pamphlets claiming that the Aryan race originally came to Atlantis from the star Aldebaran (this information is supposedly based on "ancient Sumerian manuscripts"). The Tempelhofgesellschaft maintains that the Aryans from Aldebaran derive their power from the vril energy of the Black Sun. They teach that since the Aryan race is of extraterrestrial origin, it has a divine mission to dominate all the other races. It is believed by adherents of this religion that an enormous space fleet is on its way to Earth from Aldebaran which, when it arrives, will join forces with the Nazi Flying Saucers from Antarctica to establish the Western Imperium.[15] (Scientific note: Aldebaran is a Red Giant star and main sequence stars are more likely to be life sustaining.)

Theosophy

Writer Benjamin Creme subscribes to the view that the Nordics pilot flying saucers from a civilization on Venus that exists on the etheric plane and are capable of stepping down the level of vibration of themselves and their craft to the slower level of vibration of the atoms of the physical plane (Creme accepts George Adamski's UFO sightings as valid).[16] It is also believed by Theosophists that the governing deity of Earth, Sanat Kumara, is one of these Nordic aliens who originally came from Venus 18,500,000 years ago.[17]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b Schnoebelen, William J (2003). Space Invaders. Xlibris Corporation. ISBN 1413424023. 
  2. ^ a b Bryan, C.D.B (1995). Close Encounters of the Fourth Kind. Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. ISBN B000I1AFBA. 
  3. ^ a b c Dean, Jodi (1998). Aliens in America: Conspiracy Cultures from Outerspace to Cyberspace. Cornell University Press. ISBN 0801484685. 
  4. ^ Huntley, Noel (2002). ETs and Aliens: Who Are They? and Why Are They Here?. Xlibris Corporation. ISBN 140104073X. 
  5. ^ a b c Carlson, Peter (2004-02-19). "Ike and the Alien Ambassadors". Washington Post. http://www.washingtonpost.com/ac2/wp-dyn?pagename=article&contentId=A53203-2004Feb18. Retrieved 2010-01-28. 
  6. ^ a b c d Bullard, Thomas E. "The Variety of Abduction Beings."". Alien Discussions: Proceedings of the Abduction Study Conference (Cambridge: North Cambridge Press): pp. 90-91. 
  7. ^ Turnage, C L (2001). Sexual Encounters with Estraterrestrials: A Provocative Examination of Alien Contact. Timeless Voyager Press. ISBN 189226403X. 
  8. ^ a b Monaghan, Peter (1994-07-06). "Encounters With Aliens: Before a tough audience, a psychiatrist defends his research on 'experiencers'". The Chronicle of Higher Education. 
  9. ^ Brookesmith, P; Devereux, P (1997). UFOs and Ufology - the First 50 Years. Blandford. p. 29. 
  10. ^ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6sCz7GFtkYQ
  11. ^ Brookesmith, P; Devereux, P (1997). UFOs and Ufology - the First 50 Years. Blandford. p. 31. 
  12. ^ Roberts, Andy (December 2004). "The Space Baby". Fortean Times. http://www.forteantimes.com/articles/191_space1.shtml. Retrieved 2007-05-18. 
  13. ^ Manner, Jonathan (2007-05-18). "The Late, Great Adolf". Fox News Station. http://www.4chan.org. 
  14. ^ Carpenter, John S. "Other Types of Aliens: Patterns Emerging.". Alien Discussions: Proceedings of the Abduction Study Conference (Cambridge: North Cambridge Press): pp. 91-95. 
  15. ^ Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke (2002). Black Sun: Aryan Cults, Esoteric Nazism and the Politics of Identity. New York University Press.. ISBN 0-8147-3124-4.. 
  16. ^ Creme, Benjamin (1980). The Reappearance of the Christ and the Masters of the Wisdom. Share International Foundation. p. 205. ISBN 9071484327. 
  17. ^ Creme, Benjamin (1980). The Reappearance of the Christ and the Masters of the Wisdom. Share International Foundation. p. 117. ISBN 9071484327. 

Further reading

  • Battaglia, Debbora; David Samuels, Christopher F. Roth, and Mizuko Ito (2005). E.T. Culture: Anthropology in Outerspaces. Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press. ISBN 9780822336211. 
  • Hugh, Christopher Partridge (2003). UFO Religions. Routledge. ISBN 0415263239. 
  • Knight-Jadczyk, Laura (2005). The Secret History of the World and How to Get Out Alive. Red Pill Press. ISBN 1897244169. 
  • Michael Barkun (2003). A Culture of Conspiracy: Apocalyptic Visions in Contemporary America. University of California. ISBN 0520238052. 
  • Peebles, Curtis (1994). Watch the Skies! A Chronicle of the Flying Saucer Myth. Smithsonian Institution Press. ISBN 1-56098-343-4. 







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