Interesting how playing around with images and moving away from the original intent can convey the feeling of an event better than what you started out with. I really like this image; did not like the original painting much. I was trying to capture the impact, the suddenness of the appearance of the orange orb seen decades ago in Eugene, Oregon. But the original painting didn’t do that, and, it was pretty much a “meh” kind of painting. After playing around with the image on the computer, I really like the looks of this image. Even though the white foreground gives the appearance of snow, possibly and the actual landscape was green, dark and woodsy, this conveys the emotional feeling much better.
This is a rendering of the front door entryway of my childhood home in Los Angeles, California. When I was little, I would wait for my “friends” — beings, barely seen, that would come to me as I waited in my bed at night. They would float me out the hall door to the front door, where I would “dance” with them before they floated me out through the front door and place me high up in the large fir tree in our neighbor’s front yard. There, I’d wait for the ship to arrive, where I’d go off with them. Except, I barely remember seeing the aliens — they were there, but barely visible. And after the ship’s arrival, I don’t remember anything after that. Just sitting in the tree, feeling very excited, and looking at the incredible sparkling stars in the Prussian blue sky.
I saw this UFO about thirteen years ago in west Eugene. We were at a bar-b-que (summer, don’t recall the month.) Standing around outside, talking, late afternoon/early evening. Typical summer month in Eugene — so it probably was July — humid, cloudy, not hot sunny bright weather.
I remember I was standing in a circle with others, and I’m looking up at the sky. Way up there, very high up, I noticed a cigar shaped object moving steadily across the sky. What was so odd about this was the both the color — turquoise — and its brightness, or luminescence. It seemed to be glowing from within. (As opposed to light, like the sun, reflecting off it.) I kept watching to make sure the entire object was indeed just this one color, which would be very odd for any airplane. No markings, no other colors, no lights. No wings. Just this lit from within turquoise color. The color never changed, nor the shape.
The object was certainly strange enough, but equally strange was the non-reaction of the people I was with. They saw me watching the sky, but didn’t ask me what I was looking at. When I asked them to look at the slowly moving, luminous turquoise object, they simply . . . didn’t. Not one person looked up. In fact, some looked down at the ground, as if this was an embarrassing moment. I wasn’t yelling out “Hey!! Look at the space ship full of aliens from Mars!!!” I simply said, “Hey guys, look at this plane up there…I’ve never seen one like it before.” Or something to that effect. Something very simple and mildly curious.
I’ve never seen an object like that before, or since. Cigar shape, lit from within, turquoise, no markings or appendages, moving very slowly — slower than a plane — and very high up in the sky. I suppose it could have been a blimp, but, it seemed too far up for a blimp, also, the lit from within aspect was very strange. I don’t know if we would have heard a noise from the blimp that high up — if it was a blimp — but I didn’t hear a noise.
Who knows what that thing was? A true UFO in the sense it was unidentified, as well as unusual. I am not suggesting it was an alien spaceship (though, you know, . . . anything is possible) and the object could have a prosaaic explanation. But refusing to look up at the sky to make that determination for yourself — that is just about weirder than the object itself.
We did see a silver sphere shaped object above a field out on Lorane highway decades ago. It was still light but late afternoon, early evening. About fifty feet above a large grassy field (no animals around) we saw a silver or chrome colored round object that was stationary, and rotating slowly. A white beam of light was shining down from underneath the object. I remember my husband and I both slowed down, watched it for a few moments. We both felt uncomfortable and agreed we didn’t like this, and, “let’s get out of here.”
Not sure why but I’ve had tall whites on my mind today.
Well, not really channeling, that’s not fair. But after watching this 2013 YouTube video interview with UFO researcher Richard Haines (thanks to Erica Lukes for alerting me to this) I immediately got out my oil pastels and did this in about five minutes. What’s interesting to me is that I didn’t draw orange orbs, but these figures. As my dear one commented, “They look like they’re from another dimension, not quite here.” That’s the feeling I had when drawing these — that these orange beings were a form of energy emanating from the orb.
Saw this on Boing Boing: a very odd house in Yamhill, Oregon. Which is also the home of the famous Trent farm UFO photos of 1950. McMinnville, Oregon in Yamhill county is home to an annual UFO Festival every May, inspired by the Trent event. (This year, due to the virus, the festival’s been postponed.)
No mention if the house is haunted or otherwise anomalous, except for it’s design. From the outside, doesn’t look too strange, though it does have a mild spooky vibe. The gray house just sitting there beneath grayer clouds. But inside, weird angles abound. Could be strange episodes happen; the energy inside a space can certainly be felt and change a person’s physical and emotional sense. If you’ve spent some time in a yurt, for example, then go back into the usual square room, you know what I mean.