“This praying mantis creature's civilization communicates difficult concepts via the use of symbols that radiate emotion. ...The emotional aspect is relayed via carrier waves that resemble sound waves, but are not part of the human sound spectrum. These waves can be felt, but not heard.”
- Linda Porter, Human Abductee, 1963, Covina, California
“I was overwhelmed by the power of presence (of mantis being) that was
suddenly before me. ... waves of thought energy flooded my being
and it was really a wave of love that filled me.”
- “G. S.”, TV director and meditator, 2010, Toronto Canada
December 11, 2016 Albuquerque, New Mexico - My November 2016 Coast to Coast 3-hour radio broadcast included “Steve Bishop,” the son of an Air Force father who worked in United States retrieval operations from the 1940s to the 1970s of extraterrestrial craft and beings, both dead and alive. When the young Steve began to wake up to a tall praying mantis-looking being with small Grey entities in his bedroom, his father did not want to hear about it. Later as Steve grew up and his father talked more and more about his firsthand interactions with alien bodies, dead and alive, Steve began to wonder if the praying mantis being had focused on Steve as a child because of his father's work?
Exactly one year ago in mid-December 2015, Earthfiles featured three reports related to the question: what is the agenda of the praying mantis beings that have been reported by people in the contactee and human abduction syndrome for decades? I have reported in-depth about praying mantis interactions with abductees in “translation into the light” processes related to “resurrection technology” for creation of hybrids and clones described extensively in my 2-volume book, Glimpses of Other Realities. See Earthfiles Shop. Since the intent of the praying mantis beings remains controversial, I am reprinting the December 2015 report, hoping that in December 2016, I will receive more reports and perspectives from the Earthfiles audience.
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