The Alien from Proxima Centauri

Almost 60 years ago, an account emerged of aliens from a planet around Proxima Centauri. It’s been largely forgotten but now that we know the planet is real, should we give it another look?

In 1976, Gladden and Williams published a book about their research involving hypnosis and their many conversations with Hands (the identity of the woman who was under hypnosis still remains protected). Titled “Hands: The True Account. A Hypnotic Subject Reports on Outer Space,” it’s long been out of print. Over their many sessions, Hands revealed that it knew of and was in contact with a handful of other intelligent species, including humans, dolphins and the Cenos aliens from a planet around Proxima Centauri.

Well… This week we just found an Exoplanet that could be our future home. Any guess? Right! In Proxima Centauri!

The announcement comes decades after the publication of “evidence” that “Cenos” aliens from a planet in the Proxima Centauri system had already made the trip between our planets.

According to this evidence, the aliens are about 8 to 8.5 feet tall, humanoid in shape and five times stronger than humans. They eat tasteless pills and have no need for sleep. They visited a number of ancient civilizations on Earth. There are males and females, which can give birth to up to 20 offspring. They suffer from no diseases and can live to be 120 years old.

The book also says that the Cenos spaceship looks like a spinning tape recorder, and they’ve used their craft to visit Earth during World War II, and to help construct the Sphinx, Mayan pyramids and other artifacts.

According to Warmkessel’s summary of the Hands account, “Their knowledge is stored in ‘personal memory banks’ available to all, and they function as one ‘supergroup…’ Therefore, decisions are made by a group conciseness [sic], thus no disagreements…”

That’s really just the beginning of what Hands and Warmkessel could tell you about the civilization that might be waiting for us on Proxima b. You can read more about they here.

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