Is My Child’s “Imaginary Friend” an Extraterrestrial?

Is My Child’s “Imaginary Friend” an Extraterrestrial?Anyone who was born in—or who has lived through—the 80s knows what a phenomenon the cult classic Showtime series, Twin Peaks, was. The show got canceled after a dismal second season, but came back 25 years later.

In Twin Peaks: The Return, the lead character, Agent Cooper/Dougie Jones, could see lights floating in the air—and these lights were being projected by “Mike” —a benevolent extraterrestrial—to guide him.

But why are we telling you this?

Has Your Child Ever Spoken of A “Friend” or Floating Lights?

The non-classifieds call them “hallucinations” of a child’s mind, but we know better. We’ve heard far too many accounts that are similar to think otherwise.

Many children, while growing up, often speak about an imaginary friend. This friend often has a name, given to them by the child. We think that this is just a case of the child’s imagination running amok.

But the truth is much stranger.

As adults, we are less perceptive than our children. Children, with their open hearts and receptive minds, often become the targets of sinister forces (and even benevolent ones in some cases).

Beware: Children Can Form BondsBeware: Children Can Form Bonds

A client who sought help from the Get Wisdom Project had an interesting—but not unusual—story to tell. She remembered how she had, as a child, felt extremely sad all of a sudden, and in this state of melancholy, she had sprinted to the window, while crying the entire time. When she got there, lights outside seemed to move away from her—up the street.

It sounds like something out of a movie, doesn’t it? Karl Mollison, a healer and researcher, however, has heard far too many tales like this one. Many children report seeing moving lights in the sky.

The children, in these cases, were very clearly abducted for the purpose of observation. Love feelings had been implanted within her, and in the aftermath, she was feeling sorrow due to the separation. The sad truth is that it is just a manipulation.

The Young are Vulnerable

The case of our client correlates with many other cases that we have had to deal with. When naysayers mock these cases and say, “what alien abductions? We have never been abducted,” they don’t know that adults are less likely to be abducted—although there are many cases, and that memories of such encounters are suppressed.

Children, as opposed to adults, are far more susceptible and vulnerable to the feelings that are implanted inside them.

As a result, the child can feel the formation and the fostering of a strong bond. Such a bond is increasingly hard for people to let go of—harder still if the person happens to be a child.

What to Do

If you think there’s a “friend living under your child’s bed, don’t waste any time and get in touch with us at Get Wisdom right away. It could be a case of extraterrestrial abduction.

Everything You Need to Know about the Secret Space Program

Everything You Need to Know about the Secret Space Program

People’s interest in secret space programs has existed for as long as space programs have. But the widespread popularity of this pursuit can be traced back to when a seemingly random Facebook group planned to storm Area 51—one of the most guarded/secretive places in the world.

The response was swift. The area was never stormed, but the hype lives on. This event did what decades of truth-seekers failed to do: it piqued people’s interest, compelling them to find out more about what the various governments of the world do in their super-secret laboratories in secluded areas.

Some of the most interesting elements of the secret space program have been discussed in this blog.

Montauk Project and the USS Eldridge

No other experiment is as mindboggling and as revealing as the Montauk Project and the disappearance of the USS Eldridge.

Pretty similar to the Philadelphia Experiment, scientists created an electromagnetic field around the USS Eldridge. As a result, the Eldridge vanished. It did reappear, in the exact position it had been in—but the crew wasn’t the same as before.

Some of the crew members suffered mental damage, others physical, and others still were emotionally traumatized. One can only surmise that these experiments did not stop here. The disappearance and reappearance of a ship, using electromagnetic fields, is proof that space travel is possible.

The Kidnapped Boys

Those of you who have seen the Netflix series, Dark, will know what we mean when we say ‘the kidnapped boys.’ In the show, boys keep disappearing in different years—and they all appear in a completely different time period—in the past. As the show goes on, we find out that the boys are tortured before being subjected to a time traveling experiment.

This was another aspect of the Montauk Project: how boys were being abducted for the experiment to be performed on them. And there’s more: torture was definitely part of it. Turns out Netflix did its research—and so have we.

Stranger Things

Stranger things

Interestingly, another Netflix series seems to mirror the particulars of this infamous secret space program. And it’s a cult favorite—Stranger Things. The Camp Hero base became the stuff of legends when stories of mind control experiments done on children started making the rounds. The facility is in Long Island, New York.

For those who haven’t seen Stranger Things, the show is about a boy who gets lost in another dimension, a psychic girl with superhuman powers, and sinister experiments in strange labs. Sounds stranger than fiction?

Well, this has all also been said about the Montauk Project.

And we know this for a fact because Preston Nichols, who served as an electrical engineer in the project, said so. According to him, the facility was focused on creating a time vortex—and more.

Interested in Finding Out More?

If you’re interested in finding out more about extraterrestrial mind control and about extraterrestrial abductions, Get Wisdom is where you ought to be right now.