Artist/Writer Lily Ann Survives Death; Has Proof Extraterrestrials Walk Among Us
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Lake Arrowhead, CA—1/28/11—In an interview released today, L.A.-based artist/writer Lily Ann admitted that she holds the proof that extraterrestrials exist, are walking among us, and are here on Earth to help Humanity.
“Some years ago, after being pronounced dead & subsequently self-resuscitating at an Orange County hospital, my life changed—Soon thereafter, I was given four lunar beads by a reputable source,” said Lily Ann, continuing “a former engineer at the Nevada Test Site. His words to me were that they were given to him by an extraterrestrial, a being who’d taken human form and who was collaborating with engineers there on aircraft landing & spacecraft projects I later came to understand involved the creation and design of the Patriot Missile system.”
“Later, after subjecting the beads to a battery of tests at both Cal Tech & the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) to authenticate them,” said Lily Ann, “a man came into my jewelry store at South Coast Village, proffering a card with the NASA logo and asking if we could speak outside, somewhere in private. While seated at a table at a nearby café, I looked into this man’s eyes and he took me on a journey into the Universe I can only describe now was like that created years later on-screen in the film Contact, but without the beach scene.”
Not long after, Lily Ann states she experienced yet another unusual visitation—A blind girl, whom Lily Ann states unequivocally she had never met before & has never seen since, happened by her store late one night, bearing a letter the sightless guest claimed was for her. “The letter was addressed simply, ‘PEOPLE OF EARTH’” The letter, states Lily Ann, appears to be from extraterrestrials.
When asked why she has remained silent about this for so long, she replies “Following his giving me the lunar beads, the life of (the engineer) Edward Alf was heavily scrutinized by the government & by NASA—You can understand my reluctance to share this information: But when NASA says they’re going to comment on the existence of extraterrestrials & then release a fluff piece amounting to nothing; then considering the reports of last May regarding recent glitches in the Voyager 2 on-board computer system and the unexplained transmissions in completely different formats than were originally programmed brought speculations from the global scientific community that it appeared ‘as if someone had reprogrammed or hijacked the probe,’ I knew that this was the right time to speak out to the world—My lunar beads were brought here not by NASA, but by a being who was not of this Earth.”
“People need a positive message, now more than ever—That’s why I created the one-of-a-kind pendant, “Moon Magic,” incorporating one of my lunar beads into the design, which along with the message in the PEOPLE OF EARTH letter from the blind girl I want to share with the World at this time… And to reintroduce my original musical ‘Cosmic Sands,’ now entitled ‘Sojourn.‘”
“As I’ve come to know, extraterrestrials don’t have big heads and aren’t flying around in saucers abducting people or mutilating animals,” Lily Ann adds. “They’re highly evolved entities who take human form, walk among us and are here to help see that Humanity doesn’t destroy itself.”
To read the entire interview with Lily Ann, or to contact her, see any of the materials mentioned in this release or to read the “People of Earth” letter, go to www.BeyondOrbs.com; she can also be reached via Twitter or her Facebook page, which are accessible from the website. To contact the author of this release, contact: Andrew_Knight@MyWay.com, or call (323) 284.7982.
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