On August 24, 1974, Lennon was lying naked in bed in a New York penthouse on East 52nd Street. He wasn’t with Yoko Ono at the time, he was with his girlfriend May Pang. He was looking at mockups of his next album cover and waiting to take a shower. At 9 o’clock at night, he said that he “wanted” to get up and go to the window. He stepped out into the large attic patio and saw a saucer-shaped UFO. It had a border with white lights. There was also a red light at the top that was blinking. In his own words, “I wasn’t really surprised to see the UFO, as it looked like the spaceships we’ve all seen in the movies growing up, but then I realized that this was real and so close, that I could almost do it. I touch! ”May Pang also saw the object.
May Pang had just gotten out of the shower and was drying off when John asked her to come quickly. He went to see what was going on and was surprised to see John standing naked on the roof pointing wildly to the southeast. He later described seeing “a brightly lit circular UFO, floating silently and less than 30 meters away.” No sound came from the ship. The summer sun still provided more than enough light to get a good look at the saucer-shaped structure of the object, apart from the lights. As the object began to quietly move away, May said that John was standing with his arms outstretched yelling for the thing to come back and take him away. That may seem strange, but there is a backstory that explains his strange behavior.
Forty-odd years after the sighting in the attic, Uri Geller spoke about an earlier encounter John Lennon had at the Dakota where he lived with Yoko Ono. He was awake in his bed late at night when a bright light appeared around the edges of his closed bedroom door. He got up quickly, went to the door and opened it. He was immediately confronted by four “skinny creatures” who pushed him into a “tunnel of light”. Lennon didn’t remember much, but he did remember being given a small metal egg-shaped object that would fit in the palm of his hand. He later gave it to Uri when he told Geller the story. Uri still has it and treasures the gift. I guess Lennon thought the incident in the attic was the creatures coming back for him.
May Pang and John Lennon tried to photograph the object. All the photos were inexplicably overexposed. Lennon called the police shortly after. They told her that they received several calls about it, but had no idea what the saucer-shaped object might be. Uri Geller said that John was not particularly upset by the encounter because he had childhood dreams of seeing UFOs and even meeting aliens. He drew a picture of what he saw and commemorated the event in the notes to his WALLS AND BRIDGES album.
You don’t have to see a UFO to be interested in them. I don’t think any of the Ramones ever saw a UFO. That didn’t stop them from attending a New York conference I hosted in the 1980s. I was at the lectern getting ready to start my show when I saw strangely dressed guys walk through the door at the back of the room. They wore black leather jackets with white skulls protruding from various places on the jackets. I couldn’t see their faces from that distance. My wife got on the podium and told me the Ramones were there. They came up with several more readings that I gave over the years.
When some people think of UFOs and aliens, David Bowie may come to mind. At 15 he was already a singer in a Rock band (1962). At 20 he released his first album (1967). At age 22, David Bowie had his first big hit, titled SPACE ODDITY (1969). In 1972 he changed gears and became Ziggy Stardust. Off stage he was still David Bowie and kept that name professionally, but on stage he was ZIGGY STARDUST AND THE SPIDERS FROM MARS.
Bowie never hid his belief in aliens or the fact that he saw UFOs regularly. As a child, he said that he saw them so often that they became intergalactic friends of some kind. According to some of his earthly friends, he went out to observe UFOs beginning in 1967 after seeing a large UFO over London. That continued throughout his life. As early as 1979 he told a radio interviewer that he believed there was life on Mars and that we would soon discover that the planet could support life. Bowie also strongly believed in the fact that the US and UK governments were covering up information about UFOs and aliens. He later starred in the film THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH, which has become a cult classic.
ELVIS PRESLEY’s relatives told a story about a possible UFO event and The King. This is perhaps the most unusual ELVIS STORY of all. Relatives present at his birth and the doctor who delivered him said that a bright light appeared over the house. The light had no discernible source and no one could explain it. Starting at the age of eight, Elvis said he believed he had been telepathically visited by aliens. They gave him a vision of his future fame. He told some friends that the vision was of a man in a white suit singing in front of a large crowd, but that he did not understand the vision the moment he had it.
Once he became famous and began to travel, Elvis said that he often saw UFOs in the form of lights moving across the sky and that he felt they were following him. Elvis was interested in the inexplicable and paranormal and read many books on the subject. Larry Geller was his stylist and often weighed in on UFOs and metaphysical topics for Elvis. Geller, who always traveled with him, says he was with The King on several occasions when they both saw UFOs in the desert sky. They also saw a UFO over Graceland on at least one occasion.
KIDS IN AMERICA was a huge hit a while ago for Kim Wilde. His latest album is called HERE COME THE ALIENS. It was inspired by a personal experience. She told the BBC that she had a “mind blowing experience” in 2009. Kim Wilde, her husband and a friend were in her garden at night when their attention turned to the sky. A great light appeared behind a cloud. At first they thought it was the moon, but it was too bright. “Then I looked up into the sky and saw this huge bright light behind a cloud. Brighter than the moon, but similar to moonlight,” he recalled. “I told my husband and my friend, ‘that’s really weird,’ so we walked across the grass and looked to see if there was any fountains.”
As the three of them tried to get a better view of the light, some helicopters appeared. Kim continued her story: “Then it moved back and forth, for several minutes. Whenever it moved, something moved in the air, but it was silent. Absolutely silent. My husband ran to get something to film it, but I felt compelled to see it. It inspired me. It was a UFO, I can’t believe I saw it. ” The object disappeared and the helicopters flew away. The whole event obviously made a huge impression on Kim, as sightings like that do on most people.
When it comes to famous musicians interested in UFOs, no one beats Robbie Williams, former Take That singer. After his album RUDEBOX underperformed in 2006, Robbie decided to take a break from music and spend his time chasing UFOs. He spent three years attending UFO conferences and researching the phenomenon. He ordered a bunch of my DVDs, then bought more to give to his friends. What fueled this intense interest? During a radio interview in 2008, Robbie said that he had quite a few UFO sightings and even wrote a UFO-inspired song called ARIZONA. The song, which is about alien contact, has its own REAL connection to UFOs.
Williams shared a true story about a UFO sighting in Britain that he called “the strangest yet”. Robbie said: “I stood on the balcony and a big ball of golden light appeared. We thought it was Venus or Mars or something like that. Then the song stops playing and disappears. But then we put Arizona back on and the ball went back up. . It happened four times. After that, a massive thunderstorm started and these two big balls of light started dancing in the sky. It was like a full light show for about an hour. Robbie also talked about a spectacular UFO sighting he had. In America.
He wasn’t specific about the location, he simply said, “I was standing outside when this saucer appeared about 150 feet above my head. Then it came closer. If I had a tennis ball and a racket, I could have hit it with the ball. I was looking at her, then she just disappeared. ” Williams said it happened in the western United States and made it clear that he was completely sober at the time.
Guitarist Tom DeLonge of the band BLINK-182 has been outspoken about his belief that aliens are visiting our planet. ALIENS EXIST is a song from the band’s third studio album that was released in 1999. DeLonge left the band in 2015 to pursue “non-musical projects” (according to his manager). Tom is now the head of an organization called the To The Stars Academy of Arts and Sciences. It describes itself as an aerospace study group. He recently held a press conference showing a video that had already become popular with UFO researchers. It shows a radar-visual encounter in 2004 of an unidentified flying object by US fighter pilots from the Nimitz Carrier Strike Group. In December 2017, infrared images of the meeting were released to the public. Tom believes this is solid proof of alien visitation.
Tom DeLonge has given hundreds of interviews over the years. Most contain some reference to their belief that aliens exist and visit Earth regularly. He has also spoken of an unusual experience he had a few years ago while camping “at a secret base on the flight path to Area 51.” He believed that by clearing his mind and projecting his thoughts he could make contact with the aliens. DeLonge woke up around 3 a.m. M. Feeling that “my whole body had static electricity … It seemed like there were about 20 people talking there. And instantly my mind says:” Okay, they are in our camp, they are not here. “To hurt us, they are talking shit, but I can’t understand what they’re saying. But they’re working on something. ” He did not provide additional details.
Surprisingly or not, Tom DeLonge was named in a 2016 Wikileaks data dump. Some documents indicated that he contacted John Podesta, Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager, to request any available information on UFO sightings that occurred in the United States. There are indications that he may have contacted Hillary Clinton and other members of the administration on previous occasions. DeLong confirmed this while being interviewed for a 2015 article in Paper Magazine. He told the interviewer: “You have to understand, I have been involved in this for a long time. I have government sources. My phone has been tapped. I have done a lot of weird things in this industry. – people would not believe me if I told them.”
Not every music star who believes in UFOs has seen one. Demi Lovato made this statement when asked if she believed that aliens exist: “How self-centered would we, as humans, be to believe that we are the only living beings in the universe?” Katy Perry answered the same question this way: “I look up at the stars and imagine: how cocky we are to think that we are the only way of life.” Olivia Newton-John believes that aliens exist and falls into the category of music stars who have seen a UFO. She saw a strange object flying at “amazing speeds” when she was a teenager. Nick Jonas is another musical celebrity who has seen a UFO. Actually, three! During an interview with the media, he said he saw three UFOs over his home in Los Angeles: “I looked at my friend and said, ‘Are you watching this or am I going crazy?’