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Contributed by James Vandale
The Reptile Princess
From: Jon Hurst
Subject: The Reptile Princess, by Odette
Something happened to me a few years ago, and I have not read or
heard of anything like this before or after that strange encounter...
I was at a friendís house up north, in Quebec, and there were a lot
of people, some I already knew, and some new faces. I was sitting with
a friend, when a woman came and joined us. For some reason she
started talking about UFOs and contactees; she said she was one. And
that she had a meeting with a ship, she gave us the date, and the place.
She also said that they were taking her, that she would never be back on
Earth, and if we wanted to, we could go with her. I was not convinced at
all! Then she started telling me if only I could see her real self, how
beautiful she is, like a princess inside. And I was thinking, "Yeah right!
She looked around 30 years old, tall and strong, light hair, cut to
her shoulder, ordinary looking. Then she asked me if I would let her
show me her real self, because I had never seen anybody like her, but
she needed my permission for this. And I thought "Poor thing, sheís
really miserable..." So I said yes.
We went to a quiet room, we sat facing each other, and she grabbed
my hands, told me to relax and just look at her. What I saw was a reptile,
taller than she was, at least 6 feet, green/brown color, staring at me with
its head turned side ways, and I swear with something that seemed like
a grin on its face. Then she/it asked me "Didnít I tell you I was
I said yes, and headed for the door.
Whoever that was, that being must still be talking about it on a ship and
having a good laugh! But seriously, if anybody has had a similar
experience or knows of a book that talks about Reptilians, please let
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