THIS is What REALLY Created Universe, NOT the ‘Big Bang’, Says Man ‘Abducted by Aliens’
THE Big Bang never started the universe, according to a man who bizarrely claims to have been abducted by aliens who put him straight on the scientific theory.
The man detailed his experience on a popular conspiracy forum, giving details of what he alleges they told him.
Among his supposed revelations are that the universe did not come about as a result of the Big Bang and that aliens are able to communicate with each other via telepathy.
The anonymous man claimed his first contact with beings from outer-space happened when he was young when one got in touch with him through his brainwaves.
He the says that since then, he has been constantly conversing with them.
He wrote: “For the last 17 years it’s been an on and off again thing. I’d just gone five years without any contact or communication incidents, but in August 2016, things got very serious, very fast.
“I went to bed one Saturday night just like any other night. But Sunday morning was not anything like any Sunday I’d been through before.
“I woke up and realised immediately what happened. I was freezing. And soaking wet. And I felt like I was in a dream. Have you ever been under anaesthetic? Same feeling when waking up.”
He claims that during this encounter, he was told that the universe was created by something called “The One” – something that is neither alive nor dead, male nor female, but responsible for everything in existence.
The man then made a series of outlandish claims about the history of the Earth from the Garden of Eden to today.
He added: “You likely won’t believe me yet, but that voice in your head, your conscience, is actually what’s left of the telepathic connection to our counterpart on Eden.
“Of course today we are raised to believe thinking anything other than ‘it’s your own voice’ will get you locked up in a psych ward.”
Several people believe or claim that they have been abducted by aliens, to the point that a “close encounter” conference was held in Byron Bay, New South Wales, Australia, this week.
One speaker claimed her eggs were stolen by aliens who abducted her to make human-ET hybrids.
It is also reported around 40,000 Americans have tried to take out insurance against being abducted by aliens.
Sceptics argue that so-called alien abductees are fantasists, who repeat stories they read online, or even mentally ill.
And with no identity given or evidence to back up his account, the latest story is being treated with similar skepticism.