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UFO Alien Encounters The Bazarre Case of Elizabeth Klarer

UFO History - Elizabeth Klarer Goes to Space With Akon
April 7, 1956 — Rosetta, KwaZulu-Natal, SA

Elizabeth Klarer (Née Woollatt; 1 July 1910 – 9 February 1994) was a South African woman who, starting in 1956, publicly claimed to have been contacted by aliens multiple times between 1954 and 1963. Klarer's first visitation supposedly occurred when she was seven and she was one of the first women to claim a sexual relationship with an extraterrestrial. She promoted an ideal of a better world and beliefs in cosmic consciousness. In her book Beyond the Light Barrier, she strived to convey a message of peace, love, understanding, and environmentalism, which she credited to the superior wisdom of an advanced and immaculately utopian Venusian civilization. She promoted conspiracy theories of an international cover-up that kept vital information from the public and claimed to have been threatened with abduction to press her into revealing details about alien technology.

Elizabeth Klarer UFO Alien Abducted

Equally important Elizabeth Klarer returns to Flying Saucer Hill southwest of Rosetta, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, drawn by a strange compulsion. The spaceship is waiting for her, and Akon takes her in his hands and says, “Not afraid this time?” He leads her on board the craft, which she learns also carries a second alien, who looks much like Akon except he is darker and more muscular. As the ship first rises into space, Akon says he has been watching her for some time. He lets her look at the earth below through a viewing lens that also has X-ray capability. The saucer goes to a “mother ship” filled with friendly space people. At one point a huge video image projected on the wall allows her to view scenes from their home planet, Meton, in the Alpha Centauri system. In addition, they serve her a vegetarian meal. Klarer and Akon begin a lifelong romantic attachment that includes sexual activity. [Eberhart]
“Landing in South Africa,” Flying Saucer Review 2, no. 6 (Nov./Dec. 1956): 2–5; 
Sievers, Edgar (December 1956). "Encounter in South Africa". Uranus. 3 (3): 46–49.
Jerome Clark. The UFO Encyclopedia, 3rd Ed., pg.657; 
"Elizabeth Klarer's Flying Saucer," Flying Saucers From Other Worlds (Ray Palmer), June 1957, pg.65-69,75;

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