Jiddu Krishnamurti (May 12, 1895 – February 17, 1986
“Later that day, it was decided that several other people would attempt to ask questions of the alien. However, in spite of several attempts by different “experts”, no one else was ever able to get any communication at all from the alien. Over the next several days a psychic research scientist from back East was flown to the base to interview the alien. Her name was Gertrude something or other. I don’t recall the last name. On another occasion an Indian clairvoyant named Krishnamurti came to the base to try to communicate with the alien . Neither one was successful at getting the alien to communicate anything. I was personally not able to communicate telepathically with either of these people either, although I did think that Mr. Krishnamurti was a very kind and intelligent gentleman. Finally, it was decided that I should be left with the alien by myself to see if I could get any answers.”
– Excerpted from the transcripts in the book “Alien Interview”.
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