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Encounters of the Unknown—Alternate Perceptions Magazine, November 2016


Keys to Breaking an Alien Spell

by: Brent Raynes


On the night of October 20, 1954, a 37-year-old resident named Renzo Pugina of Parravicino d'Erba, located near Como, Italy, had just parked his car in the garage when he claimed that outside he spotted a humanoid being about 4-foot tall wearing a “scaly” luminois suit. Standing near a tree, the being noticed the man, shining a beam of light at him from a flashlight looking object. Immediately, the started witness found himself unable to move, until a motion that he made with the clenched fist that was holding his garage keys seemed to set him free! In attack mode, he then rushed towards the mysterious stranger, who with a soft whirring noise then levitated up into the air and out of sight.

The man was said to have been in a state of shock and retired to bed that night with a high fever. Dr. Jacques Vallee, who describes this case in his book Passport to Magonia (1969), explained that the particulars of this case were acquired through an investigation conducted by Italian police. Pugina was said to locally have been considered a trustworthy individual.

A suspicious oily spot was found at the site. France and Italy were undergoing a massive wave of UFO activity [often involving entities] at this time as well as other cases of apparent induced states of paralysis.

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