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In a literary tour-de-force, Colin Bennett advances the thesis that the defining moment of the 20th century will prove to be 12.30 pm on Thursday, November 26, 1952, when George Adamski claims to have met Orthon, a long-haired youth from Venus.
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Page 35 - ... of my personal self. I felt like a child in the presence of one with great wisdom and much love, and I became very humble within myself ... for from him was radiating a feeling of infinite understanding and kindness, with supreme humility ... [He had] calm, grey-green eyes, slightly aslant at the corners; with slightly higher cheek bones than an Occidental, but not so high as an Indian or an Oriental; a finely chiselled nose, not conspicuously large; and an average size mouth with beautiful white...
Page 35 - ... shaking hands. I responded in our customary manner. But he rejected this with a smile and a slight shake of his head. Instead of grasping hands as we on Earth do, he placed the palm of his hand against the palm of my hand, just touching it but not too firmly. I took this to be the sign of friendship. The flesh of his hand to the touch of mine was like a baby's, very delicate in texture, but firm and warm. His hands were slender with long tapering fingers, like the beautiful hands of an artistic...