Published on 22 Jan 2013
In a special evening devoted to alien abduction research & UFO disclosure, three guests appeared. First was Jeremy Vaeni, an abductee, writer/director, and columnist for UFO Magazine. He spoke about some of his teenage experiences, such as witnessing a triangular craft while driving with his mother, and his encounters with beings in his bedroom.
Prominent abduction researcher Budd Hopkins came on for a segment, reviewing some past cases and assessing the current situation. He noted that people have incurred much “emotional scarring” from their interactions with ETs, and that their hybridization program casts “a long shadow over the future.”
Joining the show for the final two hours was UFO activist Steve Bassett who continues to be a leading advocate for ending the 60-year, government imposed “truth embargo” regarding an extraterrestrial presence on our planet. He believes we are inching closer to disclosure, and that in the past there was a major breach between the military and the administration on this subject.
Bassett listed a number of noteworthy people who have made statements either acknowledging an ET presence or calling for more openness on the subject: former Clinton advisor John Podesta, New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, Paul Hellyer, Canada’s former Sec. of Defense, astronaut Buzz Aldrin, former Arizona Gov. Fife Symington, and retired Lockheed scientist Boyd Bushman. Countries such as France, England, Mexico and Brazil have been opening up documents on UFO cases and may be signaling that they are tired of deferring to the United States and its policy of secrecy, he added.
Jeremy Vaeni is an insight columnist for UFO Magazine and coordinator of the 1st Annual Culture of Contact UFO film & arts festival in New York City taking place next weekend, June 22-24th. He is an alien abductee who claims that in early 2001 an energy that looks and acts like a possessive force entered his body, thrusting him into an enlightenment process. Though not caused by abductions, Vaeni says the two are related. In 2003, he released an autobiography chronicling his life as an abductee, entitled, “I Know Why The Aliens Don’t Land!,” and just last month released a DVD documentary about his life that shows this energy in action. The movie is called “No One’s Watching: An Alien Abductee’s Story.”
Budd Hopkins is a world-renowned artist, author, and pioneer UFO abduction researcher. Having investigated well over 700 cases, he now heads the Intruders Foundation, a nonprofit, scientific research and support organization. Budd has pioneered and continues to lead the investigation into the most controversial aspect of the UFO phenomenon-the systematic abduction of human beings by UFO occupants. As the world’s premier expert on this issue, he has worked with more than one thousand people who have reported abduction experiences over the past twenty years. Hopkins’ goal has always been to bring an objective, dispassionate scientific intelligence to bear on the UFO abduction phenomenon.