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Native Americans have many legends of UFOs and aliens or Star People, just as we can find in other places around the world. From flying ships in India called vimanas to the Nephilim of the Bible, stories of beings coming to Earth from the stars abound. Egyptian carvings show what look like helicopters and airplanes. When a metal model airplane found in ancient South American ruins is built to scale, it can actually fly. Erich Von Daniken wrote Chariots of the Gods in 1968 in which he explored the Nazca lines in Peru. The pictures the Nazca lines form are only visible from the air, yet how were they designed and created centuries before flight? How do we explain all of these stories and artifacts?
As more people, including a former president of the United States (Jimmy Carter), admit to seeing UFOs, it becomes apparent that we are not alone. There are videos from NASA showing unknown lights in space moving in phenomenal ways. They can hover, make right angle turns and accelerate at incredible speeds. Groups of people have experienced sightings and abductions, and when questioned independently have recalled the same tale. The stories are too numerous and too universal to dismiss. There have been reports of many unusual circumstances with no obvious causes surrounding these events such as compasses spinning in circles, electronics suddenly failing, and automobile engines suddenly stalling in an otherwise mechanically sound vehicle while driving down the road.
There has always been a connection between Native Americans and beings from other parts of the universe, referred to as Star People or visitors from space. In Utah’s Nine Mile Canyon lies the heaviest concentration of rock art in the world. These depict beings that appear to be not quite completely human. They can be seen next to a disc-shaped object. Other beings of a more human form are raising their hands to these beings near the object. Near Christina Lake, British Columbia, Canada, there is a picture of a white disc with black wings hovering over four human figures on their knees. There are lines coming from the top of the disc which could be rays of light. Longer, more irregular lines come down from the bottom of the object. A rock painting at Cayuse Creek, Idaho, depicts what appears to be a cone shaped rocket with smoke or flames trailing behind it. In the cone is a humanoid figure apparently holding on to the inner walls.
A pictograph near Kootenay Lake in British Columbia also shows an enclosed vehicle holding a single humanoid figure. It depicts what appear to be sections of the vehicle and two objects closely resembling retractable legs for landing. Numerous depictions of egg-shaped objects with wavy lines emanating from them have been found. These could be an effort to show the object in motion or some sort of light or heat. If this were to depict the sun, lines would typically be found all around the circumference of the circle. In these cases, they come only from the bottom side.
A story from the native Iowa tribe tells of a boy who was attracted to one particular star more than any other. As he grew, so did his love for the star. One day, he was having no luck at hunting. Tired, weary and hungry he sat down and his beloved star appeared to him and comforted him with kind words and showed him to a place with a wide variety of game. From that time on, the young man was always very successful at hunting and was well known and respected for his success.
A Chippewa (aka Ojibwe) legend tells of a star that had to leave its home in the sky over a quarrel. The star would wander from one earthly camp to another and could be seen hovering over the campfires. Most people were rather fearful of the star but one maiden fell in love with it. One summer the young woman went to pick berries in the forest. There was a sudden swirl of wind as she was lifted into the air, transported to her star. The Chippewa were happy that the star had come to the child who always loved it.
In more recent years there have been cases reported of cattle being mutilated, appearing to have been operated on by a laser beam. My husband and I witnessed this firsthand. While driving down the highway through the southwest I saw a cow lying by the side of the road. This made no sense to me because it was all alone. Cattle prefer to stay in a herd and they rarely break through their fencing. There was no damaged car or broken glass to signify a wreck that would have caused the cow to lie still on the side of the road. We turned around and went back. The cow was dead and there was a large hole, a chunk cut out of its flesh where the anus and genitals should have been. This went very deep into the animal; it looked to be about a foot into the cavity. Needless to say, we decided to get the hell out of there.
That is when my interest in the Star People kicked into high gear. Almost every Native American tribe has a rich history of interaction with Sky People or Star People.
People who come from places other than the Earth are obviously more technologically advanced than we are, but what most people fail to fully grasp is that they are also more advanced emotionally and spiritually. Some have evolved to the point where they communicate telepathically and can see the past and probabilities of how the future could unfold. We would be wise to prepare for our inevitable interactions with these beings by striving to attain maximum emotional maturity.