Discussion in 'Alien-UFOs in the Media' started by nivek, Jul 23, 2020.
Are people still taking this dude seriously?
The Deep Prasad case, the scientist who contacted aliens
In 2019, a young and brilliant physicist and engineer, an expert in quantum computing, named Deep Prasad , lived an experience that changed his way of thinking and understanding the universe. It was in broad daylight, when he was in his room and suddenly he felt that his body was paralyzed as he perceived the presence of three beings, three strange entities that transmitted a series of symbols to him.
Prasad was born in India, but currently resides in Canada. He works closely with skilled engineers from corporations such as Lockheed Martin, NASA, and Tesla. Despite putting his reputation as a scientist at risk, he recently posted on a social network an experience of contact with aliens in which he received messages in an unknown language.
Deep prasad states the following: “near the beginning of this year (precisely on February 1), I had the most absurd and revolutionary experience of my life. It happened in broad daylight, at my house. The more specific details will be for another time, when I have better security on the network and can elaborate more. But, to put it simply, I was paralyzed against my will, I could hardly move. I saw three entities that seemed very persistent and that projected hundreds or perhaps thousands of sentences and paragraphs in a language that seemed the union of Japanese and Egyptian hieroglyphics. I felt so terrified that I could barely move, as I remained in disbelief at what was happening. However, I could think clearly, asking myself many questions:Were these things really real? Is this really happening? Are my family and friends ready for this, if it ever happens to them? Are they going to kill me? How do I convey to them that I don't want to die and that I am not a threat to them? At the same time, he was trying to make some sense of the symbols. It was incredibly frustrating not being able to decipher them, not being able to understand and translate them; sentences and paragraphs kept changing rapidly, and the only understandable word I saw at least three times in English said 'DNA.'not being able to understand and translate them; sentences and paragraphs kept changing rapidly, and the only understandable word I saw at least three times in English said 'DNA.'not being able to understand and translate them; sentences and paragraphs kept changing rapidly, and the only understandable word I saw at least three times in English said 'DNA.'
The young scientist continues to question what could have lived. "This meant that whoever or whatever was putting me in that trance, who was doing this, even if it was my brain, clearly understood the English language, but for some reason I was choosing not to use it for everything."
You can always tell when something was written by a serious scientist with real credentials and a real company. They use lots of emojis while announcing important findings on Twitter.
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