Excerpt from And Yet... They Fly! - Unconscious Deception Through Suggestion from an Outer Source

NOTE: "And yet ... they fly!" has been superseded by the 2004 publication "And still they fly!",
which contains improved translations and other important additions.


The following excerpt is from And Yet... They Fly!, 1st Edition, written by Guido Moosbrugger, 2001, pages 2-3.


This is evoked through the use of spiritual forces with or without the aid of appropriate implements, and is yet another example of how inauthentic UFO sightings can be initiated. The persons affected are firmly convinced that they have sensed or personally experienced something, which in no way conforms to the actual facts. These unsuspecting people have reported extraterrestrial encounters of the first, second or third kind, trips into outer space, and other similar stories. In reality, they were led to believe this entire hocus-pocus by unknown persons (i.e., by way of teleprojection or real vision)* in such a convincing manner that they, unfortunately, were unable to recognize the unreality at the bottom of it all. Of course, it would not be fair to label such people as liars. They are completely unaware that unknown forces are misusing them for some reason or another.

*Real visions are controllable visions (illusions) that, depending on the wish of the perpetrator, convey certain impressions or experiences to other persons (unaware of this for the most part). The entire incident appears in the form of illusions that are just as real and just as lasting as they would be in reality. As a rule, the real vision cannot be distinguished from reality.


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