Why Do We Forget Those Other-Worldly Experiences? Is it all True Series # 258

From my many years of experience and research, I have estimated that a minimum of 1 out 4 people you pass on the street have had other-worldly experiences. First let’s define “other-worldly” – I will define it as a meeting with another animated being from another dimension. Examples include, contact with aliens beings (Greys, Reptilians), fairies, elves, wee people, angels and demons, etc.
And note 95% of the 1 in 4 will never remember the encounter, and maybe another 10% of the total will occasionally have quick flashbacks of the event. What is interesting about that is that most these people have multiple encounters over their lifetime and remember none of them.

So why do we forget these “other-worldly” experiences? There are three primary reasons–One, we are in shock/trauma mode, and the human mind shuts down and hides these super-charged emotions. This mode protects our mind from a total collapse, which could lead to a fried brain and even death.

The second reason is we cannot perceive the experience – it is so out of the box that the mind ignores it. These types of experiences are outside of their reasoning capability. The left brain is telling the right side this not possible in my world. That is one of the reasons I have always said most of us can only make true alien contact through our right brain, for this side of the mind is the creative side and is capable of imagining the possibility.

The last reason is the IDBs (interdimensional beings) do not want the attention from the general public and our governments. So they (the beings) do two things to their abductees–they may screen the event to resemble something friendly and very normal, or they completely disturb the minds ability to remember anything of the event, a nearly permanent wipe clean.

Sleep-tight, I mean what I say – reality is not what it seems.


Wee People Are Out There: Part 2—Is it all True Series #248

Wee People Types in small cave

If you have not read Part 1 of this post, please scroll down to 08/25/12 and read more about the Wee People.
As I have said in Part 1 – I am totally fascinated about the possibility that Wee People, Fairies, Sasquatch, and other interdimensional beings exist. As time passes and I do more vortex photography my reality on this subject is shifting to total realization of its truth.
Now I would like to talk about a group of Wee People called the Megumoowescoo (a mouth full) Wesu (for short) which hang out in the Northwoods of the US and Canada. They are a group of beings, quite peaceful and noted for helping humans. But unfortunately they are nearly extinct. There is a place in Lower Michigan in a swamp area where they still exist. These beings can live to be 300 human years old. Note it always seems like interdimensional beings have a different time/space prospective, and it can truly mess with the human mind at all levels. That is why it is a bit dangerous to walk with the fairies, because we can lose track of our reality (of course some humans would think that is great considering the state of affairs this world is in, but I digress).
The Wesu’s inability to want to change is one reason why they are quickly becoming extinct. These beings are not willing to move to other areas of the earth to survive the rapid human invasion of their territory.
The Wesu are noted for playing magical flutes and their ability to lure wildlife and even humans to do their bidding. The Wesu also have the ability to shape shift into birds and are skilled future-tellers.
So will these wonderful beings survive in a sea of human madness? Let’s all hope so, for their magic is too important to lose. It’s the knowledge we have all forgotten.
Sleep tight, and thanks to J.L.Benet for his great article on the Wesus that I based this posting on.

Wee People Are Out There: Part 1- Is it all True Series #246

Little Brownie — looking around the tree

One of my favorite paranormal subjects is the story of the Wee People. Over the years, I have heard hundreds of fascinating stories and have caught a few of them on my digital camera doing my vortex photography in the high country east of Albuquerque, New Mexico (see above photo of a brownie peering around the tree just right of center).

Like humans, these Wee People come in varies shapes, sizes and colors. I have heard they are as tall as 4 ft and as little as 3 inches, (and I have a photo of them) like the ones in Gulliver’s Travels book/movie. They are always a curious lot, and love to do human watching. They are tricksters and if you encounter them, they may ask for something, like food, your jewelry or a small item. An Indian Elder in the Four Corners area told me that if you decline them something quite strange could happen to you, so it is best to give them something. His tribe has several encounters with these beings yearly and they deal with them extremely cautiously.

I have also heard stories from reliable sources telling a common theme of Wee beings entering their camping area asking for food, note most of these beings don’t speak, most of them sign or telepath with the humans. Of course most humans are in shock by their appearance, the Wee People seem to have a calming effect on the campers, but after the beings leave all hell breaks loose as the campers start freaking out as they realize what they just witnessed.

There is one local story here in New Mexico that I love to tell, about a family on a weekend camping trip in the mountains around Albuquerque. Everything started out quite normal until a Wee person stumbled into their camp and seem quite disoriented, shy and unable to speak. The being seemed to be hungry and thirsty, but wouldn’t take any food or drink. It seemed like it just wanted the company of the humans. The being was about two feet tall, like an overweight baby, fully dressed in bright colored clothes he had silver blue eyes. Its hair was long, dark and uncombed. The campers didn’t know what to do with the being, so one of the campers strangely called the Sandia Labs and it seems within just minutes, four armed men came and took the being away, almost like this wasn’t their first event of this type.

Well more Wee stories to come next week, in Part 2.

Sleep tight – maybe if you are quiet in the woods and have good thoughts you may encounter these precious little ones.


The Wee People – past Folklore and present reality- Is it all True Series # 223

Hanging out with the Crypto Group from the Four Corners a few weeks ago inspired me to write about these small, I guess, miniature people. One of the Native Americans from the group told this great story about the Wee people who in present day would come to their doors and ask for food. Of course the people in the houses always gave food because you never wanted an angry Wee person. These Wee people have been known in history as Leprechauns of Ireland, Memhune of Hawaii, Gnomes of Germany, Pixies in England and by other names around the globe. They can be very tiny say 4 inches to the tallest being slightly under 3 ft.

So why do people still today believe they see wee people, I believe they do. I had once heard a story from a very reliable source here in New Mexico, that a group of her family members were camping on the eastside of the Sandia Mountain. As they were sitting around the camp and a wee person about 2 feet tall wandered in a bit confused and hungry they gave it some food and drink. But it would not leave or talk / communicate to them. They were concerned about its health and safety, and they contacted a Forest Ranger for help, but suddenly four armed men came and took the Wee person away. It would seem that this was not the first Wee person caught in the woods in this area. Also, later I was told the armed men were from Sandia National Labs. My gut feeling is like UFOs and Bigfoot the governments of the world know a lot about these Wee People.

Here are some interesting facts about the Wee ones. They wear bright color clothing, and with crazy hats. They love rituals in all aspects of their lives. They live in family groups and they are vegetarian. They love natural alcohol from honey and berry fermentation. They prefer to live in rocky/hilly woodlands. They are super strong and two of them could easily capture a full-grown man. They can run about 35 miles an hour. They are tricksters. All interaction with them will probably not end in a happy outcome.

It is not that difficult to see one if you are patient. An old friend of mine lived in Southern Indiana. He lived close to a small stream, which was a very wooded area with banks that had very small caves. As a kid he would play there mostly alone, but he was not alone, the area was teaming with very small happy hominids – Wee People. He did not interact with them much but they would come out and watch him. But he did see dozens of them over his childhood years. He moved away from the area and many years returned to see if they were still there and they were to his delight.

I personally have gotten several pictures of them during my vortex photography. I have attached 2 of the several I have.

A little Brownie ( Wee People) peering around a tree.

Little Wee Fairy Lady (center in deerskin head-dress)

Sleep Tight— Next time you may hear a Wee people story; listen there is probably a lot of truth in the words