by David Graham
Earlier this year the survey of clients that have encountered extra-terrestrial experiences as launched. It was aimed mainly at therapists’ work with clients, although it also included some of the entrants’ own personal encounters. The survey attracted forty submissions of a very wide range, each offering some detail and description of the encounters.
The original motive for launching this survey was to explore whether these encounters were pre-planned before incarnating into the client’s present life. Possibly a voluntary agreement, possibly not voluntary, possibly not at all. The aim of the survey is not focused on the type of extra-terrestrial, or their origins, or their spacecraft, or their technology. It is not even focused on whether the encounter is true or not, or to make judgements on any therapy involved. Neither is it specifically aimed at discovering the purpose of the ET visit, or alternative theories of what might have actually happened.
Out of that original motive, came the idea for a survey that also sought to understand the consequences of these encounters for the client. More than that, what were the consequences of the ‘memory recall’ of the incident? So, the survey was launched.
One of the submissions refers to numerous client regressions over a twenty-five-year period that uncovered experiences of past lives as extra-terrestrials on other planets. This asserts that as souls, many of us have already lived as extra-terrestrial beings on other planets and have even on occasion visited earth. There were also numerous submissions from a therapist of client sessions of ET experiences that also included some of her own encounters. There was also a small handful of other personal firsthand ET encounters. Human clairvoyant abilities were the key for some encounters, picking up on alien forms in unexpected places or perceiving alien characteristics within other
humans too—possibly tuning into ET characteristics from another life?