Doreen Imper, Star Maps Shown To Abductees
Star Maps Shown To Abductees
By Doreen Imper & Kay Wilson
In 1994, I had a memory of standing outside of a structure and seeing two dark-skinned Greys coming out. It was very, very dark outside and I wasn't sure how to get home. I approached the Greys to ask them how I could get home and they would not respond or interact with me at all. I kept asking until another entity approached me. I could not see this entity clearly. He handed me a map that I looked at while he described the best and fastest route home.
After this experience and during the course of the afternoon of the following day, I started to remember my experience. I sketched, to the best of my ability, the map that was shown to me.
I was told to follow a specific route (marked by the arrow) instead of the route to the left of it, which at the time seemed to be the most logical way to get home.
During the next week I was able to look at a star chart that belonged to a co-worker. I had never looked at a star chart before that day, but I was immediately drawn to Perseus. I recognized the area of the star chart that I had seen during the experience.
What I had sketched out from memory was not a perfect match, but it was close enough for me to think it was more than a coincidence.
From The Alien Jigsaw:
"Erik and I are with the light gray aliens and we are looking up at a large map on the wall of their craft. It must be three dimensional - it has many layers to it. Erik and I are reading the map - I ask the aliens,
'Do these lines represent the different levels or dimensions of space?'
One of the aliens replies, telepathically, 'Yes.'
I continue, 'And when you travel on this route, as opposed to this one (pointing to the map) you have to add different levels of water and [chemical unknown to me] into your fuel supply so your craft can travel through this particular type of space?'
Again the alien replies telepathically, 'Yes.'
...The map has different colored lines representing the different types of space they travel through. There are black lines, but the majority of the lines are white and red." -- Kay Wilson