Well, well. As this week begins, and I notice a tiny, persistent twinge of regret that I did not decide to attend the 2014 International UFO Congress starting outside Scottsdale, Arizona, tomorrow, I see this email, titled “Surprising!” from Sylvia, a former neighbor and fellow permaculturist, now over in the U.K. I had no idea who this Robbie Williams is, so have included a video of his “Special Christmas Program” 2013 below. Hmmmm. Might this sly, roguish, devil may care personality help dissolve the edges of the polarity between the deadly-serious-nuts’nbolts-scientific and the far-out-spacey-woo-woo wings of the ufo community?
by Alexander Light
Pop singer Robbie Williams revealed in an interview with Joss Stone that he witnessed UFOs on three different occassions.
Robbie Williams: “Seriously, I want to go out and investigate these things. I’m stopping being a pop star and being a full-time ufologist.”
Robbie offered further details about his UFO encounters. He saw his first UFO when he was still a child, but he also had two recent “close encounters”.
“I was at the Beverly Hills Hotel and I was lying on my sun lounger outside at night, looking up,” Robbie explained. “Then, about 300 foot above me, there was this square thing which just passed over my head silently and then shot off.”
“I stood on the balcony and there was this big ball of gold light that turned up — we thought it was Venus or Mars or something. Then the song stops playing and it disappears.
“But then we put Arizona on again and the ball turned back up. It happened four times.
“After that a massive electrical storm started and these two big massive balls of light started dancing in the sky. It was like a whole light show for about an hour.”
And this is not all. One time, while Robbie was in the recording studio, he saw a “big strip of black light” suddenly appear in the room.
Robbie understands that his claims will not be received very good by today’s society: “People will think, ‘This geezer’s been in rehab, he’s off his head. How mental are they going to make me out in the papers?”
Apparently, he doesn’t care what people think about him anymore, otherwise he would not give up his pop career to investigate the UFO phenomenon.
In closing he adds: “What I am excited about is there’s more and more every day and it’s gathering speed.”
Welcome aboard, Robbie! ♥