The interest for discovering if there’s intelligent life in another planet expands like the universe itself.
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(Spin Digit Editorial):- Los Angeles, California Jun 8, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – The interest in discovering if there’s intelligent life on another planet expands like the universe itself. The general public’s curiosity for figuring out the existence of extraterrestrials, whether they supervise us, or if they’ve already established contact with species, is ever-growing. Proof of that is the creation of the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force (UAPTF), and the disclosure of top-secret UFO files by the government last year.
The recent hype towards this topic is so hot, that artists and media personalities have joined the search for answers. Such is the case of Demi Lovato, who announced last May that she’ll produce and host Unidentified, an unscripted docu-series for the streaming service Peacock. The series will feature entertainment personalities like Scooter Braun, Allison Kaye, and the former ex-Blink 182, Tom DeLonge, who have been open to the public about their interest in the alien phenomenon, and their own experiences with alien contact.
The goal of Unidentified is to “help uncover the truth about the UFO phenomena,” through secret government reports, experiments in well-known UFO hot spots, and interviews with leading experts in the field. It will also include talks with eyewitnesses and alien abductees.
Oriah Mirza is one of these alien abduction survivors. She went through a “Close Encounter of the Fourth Kind” 10 years ago while in Marina del Rey, CA, where 5 ‘Grays’ visited her hotel room to perform surgery on her and implemented alien technology to her body.
Oriah has been witness to the rejection that people face when they share their own stories similar to hers. For this reason, she’s excited about there being more projects like Unidentified on mainstream media, where high-profile individuals talk about alien events to raise awareness and generate conversations around the subject.
“People are afraid to come forward because of people who get scared, throw rocks, say you’re lying. (…) It’s not true. If it’s not physical evidence, we don’t believe it. And so, they’re afraid to share their story, but the more I’ve been talking [on social media], the more have been coming forward, and saying: this happened to me.”
In her book published in 2021, ‘Alien Upgrades: A New Dimension in Alien Abductions’ Oriah offers an detailed explanation about the alien surgery she received, the impact on her body, and her experience after being abducted.
“The surgery left me a different person and I ended up (…) with extrasensory abilities, essentially an upgrade took place on my hard drive of my brain so to speak. [In the book] First, I tell the back story (my psychological profile). Then, the actual incident. Then, I explain the aftermath. I breakdown in detail how I integrated this advanced technology into my life.”
Oriah wants to create a community where victims like her can feel safe and confident to talk about close encounters, without being labeled as alien conspiracies. For that reason, she started United Starseed Connections, a multimedia project made up of books, videos, podcasts, and online education to host these kinds of conversations.
‘Oracle Oriah’, her online pseudonym, is a successful life coach specialized in astrology, meditation, and spirituality with more than 15 years of experience. She’s a passionate researcher on alien activity and has published 2 books about it. She’s currently residing in California along with her husband and their 5 children.
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This article was originally published by IssueWire. Read the original article here.