November 14, 2017
I wonder if somebody has ever done a kind of listing about the different ships ...
If different kinds of ETs are visiting our planet, I suppose they have different ships, it would be logical. Some people say for example that the black ones with a triangular shape is from the reptilians. Has somebody ever been studying that?
thank you for sharing any information, any advice 🙂
November 17, 2013
This is from a remote viewer. To do this sit at a table with some white paper and a pen. Because I am working alone I put the name of the targets in envelopes with a random number on them after shuffling them. The best targets are those you can hope to get feedback on, but it it was easy to get, it would not be worth remote viewing in the first place. Pick an envelope and begin. Concentrate and draw a simple ideogram sketch to start. More sketches and visions to write down come to you.
I work on UFOs a lot and there is not much feedback on this. Sometimes the extraterrestrials channel information. I may see visions but much of it comes as tapping code. The triangular UFOs are the Reptilians. They seldom ever fly something with a circular shape. The Zeta Reticulans fly the classic Flying Saucers. Martians fly a similar shape but also have cigar shaped and boomerang craft. Grays have the ellipsoid and spherical craft. Hat shaped craft like those in the Rex Heflin polaroids are the blue skin humans and Insectalins. Arcturians fly boomerang craft. Cat people who have recently entered the solar system fly domed disk scout ships and have a cigar shaped mother ship.
When you can go out and see the universe, who wants to go look at a Russian submarine? (Melvin C. Riley, US Army Remote Viewer)
November 14, 2017
Thank you very much for these details! Fine, it is so interesting...I wanted to know because I am sure there are bad ETs and others that are "good", at least, the last ones don't have the goal to distroy us, so it seems to me important that we could identify who is who...
I am a remote viewer too, but I never work like that, great job! thank you again 🙂