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    Pamela Stonebrooke and aliens

    Monday, May 6, 2019 Last Updated 2019-10-26T21:04:05Z
    Pamela Stonebrooke from Los Angeles is a professional jazz singer who has had a number of erotic encounters with a shape-shifting alien reptile.

    During her first encounter in 1993, she woke up one night aboard an alien spaceship. “On this short metallic table were these four little girls,” she said in an interview on gettingit.com. “

    They were very frail like the greys, but they had wispy hair, almost like chemotherapy hair. They ran over to me and grabbed my arms and started calling me Mommy.

    I lost it.”During her first sexual encounter with her alien lover, he initially appeared as a handsome, well-built, blond human. It was not until mid-coitus that something changed. “All of a sudden, the energy felt totally different. It felt aggressive, and the entity felt bigger—bigger than the person who was inside me,” she explained in her gettingit.com interview.

    Her lover dropped his facade and revealed himself as a reptilian alien, but Stonebrooke was beyond caring. “The telepathic communication was so intense and sensual and emotional. It was everything you would want to feel to be able to surrender in a sexual experience. It was almost like every cell in your body was having an orgasm. It had a kind of playful, kind of bad-boy attitude. It was kind of a sly, slick . . . It’s really hard to explain, but he was definitely in control!”

    Stonebrooke wrote about her experiences in a book called Experiencer: A Jazz Singer’s True Account of Extraterrestrial Contact. Later, she felt that an article in the New York Post misrepresented her intent and made it seem like she was only going to talk about sex.

    In an open letter to the UFOlogical community, Stonebrooke admitted that “reptilians are not a politically correct species in the UFO community, and to admit to having sex with one—much less enjoying it—is beyond the pale as far as the more conservative members of that community are concerned.”

    However, she also claimed that despite the sensationalist elements, her book could bridge the gap between the UFO-watching community and the mainstream media.


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