THE HEALING POWER OF UFOS
300 True Accounts of People Healed by Extraterrestrials
Chapter One: Why Aliens Make Good Doctors…25
Chapter Two: Medical Evidence…34
Part One: Healings of Injuries…44
Chapter Three: Hands and Arms…45
Chapter Four: Legs and Feet…58
Chapter Five: Abdomen and Chest…86
Chapter Six: Neck and Back…92
Chapter Seven: Head Injuries…105
Chapter Eight: Body Injuries…112
Chapter Nine: Burns…127
Part Two: Healings of Minor Illnesses and Ailments…135
Chapter Ten: Colds, Flu, Fevers and Infections…136
Chapter Eleven: Intestinal Healings…156
Chapter Twelve: Alien Eye Doctors…175
Chapter Thirteen: Alien Dentists…193
Chapter Fourteen: The Integumentary System…197
Part Three: Healings of Serious Illnesses & Diseases…206
Chapter Fifteen: The Liver…207
Chapter Sixteen: The Kidneys…212
Chapter Seventeen: The Heart…225
Chapter Eighteen: The Lungs…239
Chapter Nineteen: Arthritis and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome…252
Chapter Twenty: Infertility…274
Chapter Twenty-One: Tumors and Cysts…280
Chapter Twenty-Two: Serious Illnesses and Chronic Diseases…296
Chapter Twenty-Three: Cancer Cures…340
Part Four: Beyond UFO Healings…388
Chapter Twenty-Four: Health Upgrades…389
Chapter Twenty-Five: Even the Animals…404
Chapter Twenty-Six: Friends in High Places…413
Chapter Twenty-Seven: Experiencers and Psychic Healing…432
Chapter Twenty-Eight: Other Miraculous Healings…443
Conclusion and Analysis…467
Chronology of UFO Healing Cases…484
Footnotes and Sources…509
About the Author…535
Books by Preston Dennett…536
In 1996, after almost ten years of researching UFOs, my first book was published. UFO Healings: True Accounts of People Healed by Extraterrestrials, presented 103 cases of people who were cured of a wide variety of injuries, illnesses, conditions and diseases as the direct result of a UFO encounter. It was the first book ever published to document UFO healing cases.1
Following publication, I began to get letters from people across the world who had read the book and had something they wanted to share. Some wanted to thank me, others revealed their own UFO healing, and a few wrote asking me to put them in touch with the ETs so that they could get healed. (Which I can’t do! I wish I could!)
More than twenty years later, this flow of letters (now emails) hasn’t stopped. Although the book has been out-of-print for many years, I continue to get requests to speak on the subject. I have spoken on countless radio stations, television programs, at bookstores, conventions and UFO groups, and often afterward I am approached by still more people who claim to have been healed or helped by UFOs and extraterrestrials.
When I first began my research, I believed that UFO healings were exceedingly rare events. Now, however, the continuing stream of new cases has forced me to alter my opinion. I am currently convinced that UFO healings are a fairly consistent feature of UFO contact.
While the first book presented 103 cases, I have since collected more than three times that number! This new book contains more than 300 cases of UFO healings, including the original cases. Since more than twenty years have passed since publication of UFO Healings, I have been able to locate new information on many of the original cases. While readers of the first book may find some of the content familiar, the majority of the cases (about two-thirds) are new, and many are published here for the first time.
Anyone who has done even the smallest amount of objective research into the subject of UFOs knows that UFOs are real. An overwhelming amount of evidence supports this fact. The evidence comes in many forms including eyewitness testimonies, photographs, moving films, radar returns, metal fragments, landing traces, animal reactions, medical effects, electromagnetic effect cases, implant removals, historical accounts, crash/retrieval claims, and thousands of pages of documents from many U.S. governmental institutions, not to mention other governments. The question today is not if UFOs are real. There are more important questions to answer, such as, what are they? Why are they here? Where do they come from?
The most popular theory is that UFOs are extraterrestrial in origin, though there are a number of lesser known theories. UFO experts continue to argue over the question of why UFOs are here. The prevailing opinion is that they are neither invaders nor saviors, but are simply here to study humanity.
Dozens of books are published each year that present the vast array of UFO evidence. Because of the abundance of evidence, UFO books have become specialized. There are books about abductions, the government cover-up, UFO propulsion, and more. The uninitiated skeptic is invariably overwhelmed by the huge amount of information on the subject.
UFO skeptics and believers may both find the accounts in this book difficult to believe. I understand skepticism as I used to be a UFO skeptic. It was only a bizarre series of events that led me to begin a UFO investigation I never meant to follow.
My introduction to the UFO field began in November 1986 when Captain Kenju Terauchi went public with his sighting of a UFO while flying over Alaska. Believing the captain was lying, misperceiving or hallucinating, I made the mistake of asking my family, friends and co-workers what they thought of this ridiculous pilot.
I quickly discovered that several of the people closest to me were keeping secrets, and were having dramatic UFO encounters. Knowing how cruel skeptics could be, they kept quiet.
I had the opposite reaction and became quickly obsessed with the subject. I bought all the books I could find. I subscribed to UFO magazines, joined UFO groups, attended conventions, and began to interview everyone I could find who claimed to have had a UFO encounter. I went out into the field conducting UFO stake-outs and on-the-spot investigations. I began writing articles, and eventually books.
There are many reasons why people remain UFO skeptics. Almost without exception, the skeptic vastly underestimates the amount and quality of the evidence. Furthermore, prejudiced beliefs and preconceived notions tend to blind people to the possibility of UFOs. But there is one main reason why so many people remain UFO skeptics. UFOs are a package deal including the entire gamut of the unexplained. The skeptic is instantly confronted with stories of levitation, telepathy, movement through solid objects, poltergeists, Bigfoot, and even worse…unexplained healings.
The typical reaction is to reject the entire subject as complete nonsense. The skeptic leaves the subject in disgust, horrified that people can actually believe such lurid accounts as alien abductions.
Skepticism, unless taken to extremes, is healthy. The problem, however, is that skeptics tend to ignore the evidence that doesn’t fit into their worldview. The perfect example of this happened in the 1950s, when accounts of humanoids started to appear in large numbers. Many UFO investigators rejected the stories outright. It was only after hundreds of accounts were recorded that the UFO community began to accept the reports.
The same unfortunate phenomenon occurred yet again when missing time abductions were reported. The idea that people could be taken inside a UFO and left with no memory of the event was simply too bizarre to be believed. However, as the accounts mounted, the evidence could not be ignored, and today UFO abductions are the cutting edge of UFO research.
The exact same thing happened again with UFO crash/retrievals. Though reports had circulated for decades, the vast majority were ignored or debunked by investigators. Now, however, most researchers take these accounts very seriously.
Reports of UFO healings have suffered terribly from this phenomenon, and have often been relegated to the fringe, and considered to be the most unbelievable of UFO accounts. I remember my own reaction when I first read of a UFO healing case. I just didn’t believe it. My reasoning was simple. People who believe UFOs are here to cure us of our diseases must have a psycho-pathological need to believe in a higher power.
The idea that extraterrestrials are here to heal humanity of our illnesses is admittedly preposterous. If it were true, why would millions of people die each year, of cancer, heart disease and other illnesses?
But those pesky UFO healing stories wouldn’t go away. They appeared in books, articles, lectures and firsthand accounts of UFO witnesses. By 1996, I had written more than forty articles on the subject of UFOs, and after reading about a few well-known accounts of UFO healings, I decided to examine the stories, and see if there was any truth to them.
If so, I planned to write a small article, as I really didn’t think such cases were very common. To my surprise, I found dozens of reports, way too many to include in a single article. I had a few cases of my own to contribute. I would have to write a book, I realized. I buckled down, dug in and began some serious research. After a year, I had located more than 100 accounts, and so the original book, UFO Healings, was born.
The results of publication were way beyond what I had expected. I publicized the book by writing articles and excerpts and appearing on the radio. I was soon asked to speak at conventions and appear on television. Suddenly, I began to receive letters and emails from people who were eager to share their own UFO healing experience. Nearly every time I lectured on the subject, another person would come up and share their account.
UFO Healings was my first book. I eventually went on to write more than twenty additional books, each covering various aspects of UFOs and the paranormal. The subject of UFO healings, however, remained very special to me, and it continued to be popular.
As the subject was pushed into the spotlight, more people began to pay attention. New books were published on the subject, most notably, Celestial Healings, by Virginia Aronson.
As the years passed, sales of UFO Healings slowed down and the book eventually went out-of-print. Copies became scarce and I started to get contacted by people asking for a copy as they had become too expensive to purchase from on-line bookstores. The same question was asked of me again and again. Would I put out a second book? If so, when?
The idea of a new book was something I’d considered for many years. However, I wanted to wait until I had enough new accounts to make a second book worth writing. Because most people don’t have access to the first book, I also wanted to include the original cases and the new ones.
This new book contains the original cases, (with new information) plus more than 200 new accounts, making this the largest collection of UFO healing cases ever published. It is also the largest book I have ever written.
Doing the research for this book has been an awesome task, and it has radically changed my beliefs about UFOs. I discovered that there is a very fine line between an abductee (someone taken against their will aboard a UFO) and a contactee (someone invited aboard a UFO.) After studying the accounts of healings, I began to look at UFOs more as floating hospitals than anything else.
The types of healings seemed straight out of science fiction. People reported their bodies being opened and closed with lasers that left no scars. They told how various organs were removed and put back in again. They reported instantaneous cures of wounds and injuries. They reported healings of serious conditions, such as pneumonia or liver disease. They even reported healings of serious diseases, such as cancer.
I found strong parallels between the stories that seemed to exclude the possibility of hoaxes. In fact, the accounts were so consistent that it was obvious the witnesses were telling the truth.
A UFO healing can be simply defined as a physiological improvement as the result of a UFO encounter. Here are three typical scenarios of a UFO healing:
1. A person is awakened in their bedroom to see aliens at the foot of the bed. They are taken inside a UFO, given a physical examination and told that they are sick with a disease. The aliens tell the abductee that they will perform a cure. After being probed with various instruments, the person is returned to their bedroom. Upon examination, all traces of the disease are gone.
2. A person is hospitalized because of injury, illness or disease. While alone in the hospital room, the patient is visited by a strange doctor who says she is there to help the patient. The “doctor” holds a small instrument over the patient and may administer medicine in the form of pills. The “doctor” leaves, often as mysteriously as she arrived. The patient quickly discovers that all symptoms of ill health have disappeared.
3. A person is driving along a road when a UFO makes a close pass over the car, sending down a beam of light. The person is engulfed in the beam of light. Suddenly the UFO leaves and the person discovers that they no longer suffer from an illness, disease or injury.
These accounts are reported by all types of people from all over the world. But because healings are among the most incredible of all UFO stories, it is not too surprising that they are often ignored or given only brief mention.
Despite this overriding skepticism, many UFO researchers have made positive statements concerning the veracity of UFO healings. If not for these brave pioneers, this book would never have been written.
The first UFO researcher to pay any attention to UFO healings was Gordon Creighton, a pioneering investigator from England, editor of the Flying Saucer Review, and the author of the first article about UFO healings. In his 1970 FSR article, Healing from UFOs, Creighton wrote, “They [UFO healing cases] deserve to be placed on record and studied. If we are mindful of who it is that rules our world and controls the affairs of men, we shall not however expect such reports to make any impact in orthodox medical and scientific circles. It would break the hearts of most scientists to have to admit that such things could be true…I have written this present article because I think it is vitally--perhaps crucially--important that we do not lose our perspective. That benevolent UFO entities exist I have no shred of doubt.”1
Budd Hopkins was (prior to his passing) perhaps the most influential UFO abduction researcher in the United States. His first book, Missing Time, took the UFO community by storm and propelled him to the frontlines of UFO research. At the Triad UFO Conference in Coronado, California, in 1994, I got ahold of the microphone after his presentation and asked him if he had received any UFO healing cases in his research. Hopkins admitted that yes, he has uncovered these types of accounts.
“The question,” said Hopkins, “is whether we hear about healing cases. We do sometimes, very rarely, but they do turn up. And we don’t know what to make of them. It’s kind of a sad thing, because I have some abductees who have serious medical problems who wish they were being healed themselves, but are not. So, if they [the ETs] had the facilities, we wish they would do something. One of David Jacobs’ clients said, ‘I don’t know whether I should be grateful as getting a present, or maybe it’s just equipment maintenance.’ So, we really don’t know. Incidentally again, there’s no evidence whatsoever that this is a malevolent, evil conspiracy going on in the sky against us, they’re going to take us over, or anything else. I’m very optimistic about the outcome because they seem to be most interested in what I consider the most human aspects of our personality, of our lives, of some of the most lovely aspects of being human. They’re interested in that. There’s no evidence, however, that they’re here to help us. We wouldn’t perhaps have AIDS, the hole in the ozone layer and everything else if they were here to help us. So, there’s no sense to this.”2
David Jacobs Ph.D., one of the leading authorities on UFO abductions, admits that healings take place, but he is less optimistic than Hopkins. He writes, “In extremely rare cases, the aliens will undertake a cure of some ailment troubling the abductee. This is not in any way related to the contactee/Space Brother concepts of benevolent aliens coming to Earth to cure cancer. Rather, in special circumstances, it appears that the aliens feel obliged to preserve the specimen for their own purposes. As one abductee said, ‘It’s equipment maintenance.’”3
In his book, Walking Among Us, Jacobs writes that “…there are rare cases of young children being cured of serious illnesses and adults being cured of colds.”
Despite this admission, he writes, “The aliens are not ‘healers.’” He goes further and claims that “Aliens have accounted for short human lifespans; they do not cure seriously ill humans. Miracle cures might draw unwanted attention to abductees.”4
Another leading abduction researcher is the late John Mack MD, a Pulitzer Prize-winning author whose book, Abduction, helped bring the subject of UFO encounters into the mainstream. In comparison to Hopkins and Jacobs, Mack takes the most benevolent viewpoint toward UFO healings. In his book he writes, “Some encounters are more sinister, traumatizing and mysterious. Others seem to bear a healing and educational intent…many abductees have experienced or witnessed healing conditions ranging from minor wounds to pneumonia, childhood leukemia, and even one case reported to me firsthand, the overcoming of muscular atrophy in a leg related to poliomyelitis.”5
Mack writes, “Sometimes the experiencers feel that their health is being followed, especially through ano-rectal and colonic examinations (‘check-ups’), and they even report healings of a vast array of minor and sometimes major conditions.”6
Many UFO researchers have UFO healing cases in their files. While Hopkins and Jacobs felt such cases were rare, abduction researcher, Edith Fiore, Ph.D. disagrees. Writes Fiore, “One of the most interesting findings that emerged from this work was the many healings and attempts to heal on the part of the visitors…In about one-half of the cases I’ve been involved there have been healings due to operations and/or treatments. Sometimes the cures are permanent. At other times, the conditions recur…If you have noticed a healing or inexplicable improvement… you may have had help from the visitors.”7
Researcher, Ardy Sixkiller Clarke uncovered several cases of UFO healings during her research into UFO encounters of indigenous peoples. She writes, “It’s unknown how many people experience UFO healings.”8
How common are UFO healings? The research on this question reveals some surprising answers.
The rarity versus frequency of UFO healings was first measured in 1987 by pioneering researcher Thomas E. Bullard, who, with his massive volume, UFO Abductions: The Measure of a Mystery, made an invaluable contribution to ufology. It represents one of the first objective studies of the UFO abduction complex. Out of 270 cases, Bullard reports that thirteen (about five percent), involved healings. “The other and more cheerful side of permanent aftereffects are the thirteen instances where the witness left the abduction healed of some ailment,” Bullard writes. “Many of the cures appear to result from deliberate intervention, whereas the harmful effects could be accidental.”9
The next study came in 1994. Dan Wright, a MUFON field investigator and manager of the MUFON Abduction Transcription Project, was in a good position to draw solid conclusions about the UFO phenomenon and UFO healings. According to a preliminary analysis, eleven percent of physiological effects caused by UFOs are healings. Wright writes, “Almost one-third of the subjects reported some type of physical effect as a direct result of one abduction episode or another. Nose bleeds resulted in thirteen cases, scars in twelve, half of those on a leg or knee. Curiously, in four cases, the subject was either told by an entity or separately concluded that the beings’ ‘reconstructive surgery’ had repaired some medical problem.”10
The most recent study of the commonality of UFO healings came in 2017 from the FREE Foundation UFO Survey, co-founded by researcher, Reinerio Hernandez. The FREE survey’s results matched that of Edith Fiore, with fifty percent of respondents reporting some sort of healing as a result of their UFO experiences. Writes Hernandez, “UFO healings…have been swept under the rug…It is time that we shine a bright light on this little-known aspect of ET contact.”11
Rare or common, UFO researchers have long been aware of this phenomenon. Ralph and Judy Blum were pioneers of UFO research and among the first to accept the reality of UFO healings. In 1974, they wrote, “Perhaps because they are as difficult to accept as contactee reports, reports of UFO-related healings are still scarce in the literature. And yet to me the possible connections between UFO light beams and paranormal healing is one of the most fascinating aspects of the phenomenon.”12
Another respected and pioneering researcher, Leonard Stringfield, has noted the importance of UFO healing cases. In 1977 he wrote, “Healing cases on record baffle ufologists. More than a few who are looking into new realms for clues of the UFO nature and source are now seriously studying cases once dismissed as nonsense.”13
Jacques Vallee has written nearly a dozen books about UFOs. Regarding healing cases, he says, “We find the phenomena of precognition, telepathy, and even healing are not unusual among the reports, especially when they involve close-range observation of an object or direct exposure to its lights.”14
Another longtime researcher, author of many UFO books and editor of UFO Universe (now defunct) is Timothy Green Beckley, who writes, “It is a documented well-established fact that UFOs have affected or been able to alter in some way the normal healing process…Many miraculous healings have been--and are now---being reported, and in each case UFO activity is common; in some episodes, contact is made. No doubt we are dealing with an alien intelligence whose scientific methodology delves much deeper than our present-day technology can come close to duplicating.”15
As the cases mounted, more UFO researchers began to pay attention. Brad Steiger investigated UFOs for decades and wrote several books on the subject. Of UFO healing cases, he writes, “Many percipients have reported miraculous healings, cures, even regeneration of teeth, after being touched by manifestations of UFO energy…over the years, several witnesses of UFO activity have reported rapid healings of cuts and accelerated alleviation of certain illnesses after a close encounter with some aspect of the UFO experience. What is there about contact with the UFO that can heal? Is it some electromagnetic radiation which might emanate from the object?”16
International UFO researcher Antonio Huneeus speculates that some of the beneficial physiological effects from UFOs may be caused by a radiation similar to microwaves. He writes, “It could well be that this microwave-like energy emitted by UFOs can heal under some circumstances, depending on such factors as intensity and proximity to the beam, and of course, intent on the part of the UFO occupants.”17
Major George A. Filer has been in the UFO field for many decades. He served as the MUFON Eastern Regional Director, and was a regular contributor to the MUFON UFO Journal and is the editor of Filer’s Files. “If anyone takes the time to examine the evidence, a person must come to the conclusion that UFOs exist,” he writes. “There are other aspects of UFOs such as the advanced healing techniques reported of the UFOnauts that should be researched…Alien technology and their abilities are ahead of us by thousands of years. They have the ability to time travel, go through walls and manipulate their appearance. They are able to cloak their craft, manipulate people’s thoughts, and heal diseases…I have interviewed dozens of abductees who claim they were healed by aliens using blue or green lights…My research indicates that UFOnauts use light to heal, rather than drugs…Billions are spent on drugs and virtually no research is being conducted in the medicine and treatments apparently used by the UFOnauts.”
Why do the ETs heal some people and not others? Major Filer writes, “Several persons have told me of being healed during an abduction. I have a hunch that the aliens conduct their operations based on what is beneficial to them rather than for our benefit. If they have healed you, they may feel you are important to them.”18
UFO researcher Richard L. Thompson is perhaps best-known for his massive volume, Alien Identities, which draws parallels between accounts in ancient India’s Vedic culture and modern-day UFO accounts. His book tackles many of the paranormal aspects of ufology, including healings. “There are reports of remarkable healings connected with UFO encounters,” writes Thompson. “Some of these appear to be of a mystical nature. Others are attributed to medical interventions that seem to make use of recognizable high technology…Of course, one can suggest that people imagine these ET cures because they need to explain natural cures occurring for unknown reasons. But Western Culture provides familiar mystical explanations of unusual cures (such as the grace of Jesus.) So why would someone try to explain mysterious cures by invoking even more mysterious ETs? The evidence that many UFO encounters tend to be accompanied by physical effects--injurious or beneficial--gives support to the hypothesis that these encounters are physically real. This is especially true in cases where the physical effect can be connected with the recollections of specific events occurring within a UFO.”19
The late D. Scott Rogo was among the first UFO researchers unafraid to investigate the paranormal aspects of UFOs. Because of this, he is well aware of the healing power of UFOs. He says, “Writers and experts on healing--psychic, Christian Science and others--often overlook one fascinating area of inquiry: those cases on record where psychic healings have occurred during UFO encounters! There are many other cases on record which report that UFO percipients have found themselves healed of all sorts of complaints…In many cases, the healings seem to be linked to a mysterious light that was projected from the UFOs…There are definite parallels between these cases. The appearance of the projected light beam, the nocturnal nature of UFOs, and the unusually rapid healing all follow a consistent pattern.”20
A strong proponent of UFO healings is Richard J. Boylan, Ph.D., author of Close Extraterrestrial Encounters, one of few books of its time to portray the contact experience in a positive light. During his own research, he has uncovered healing cases. “Healing procedures are sometimes performed aboard UFOs,” he writes. “While the technology used is often so exotic that the human subject cannot tell what is being done or explain the equipment used, a number of humans have reported ET cures of conditions previously diagnosed by Earth doctors as needing attention. In other instances, the ETs diagnose and cure the condition during the on-board experience. Treatments and cures have been reported for conditions like ovarian cysts, coronary valve disorder, vaginal yeast infection and obstructed nasal passage.”21
Boylan writes that healings are sometimes given during the physical exam often reported by abductees. “Sometimes the results learned from the exam are communicated to the human, particularly if some worrisome condition is identified or if the human asks why a certain procedure is necessary. The purpose of the exam appears to be for the ETs to determine the subject’s physical and genetic levels and their overall health status. Occasionally an ET will communicate to the human that a medical condition needs some attention and will indicate that either the human should consult an Earth doctor about treating it or that it can and will be dealt with later. Sometimes, strong light, often colored, is shone down on the examinee for what may be phototherapy…On some visits, a medical scanning of a person is accomplished, apparently for diagnostic or follow-up purposes. Healing procedures have sometimes been conducted in bedrooms or other first-contact sites without removing the individual to a UFO.”22
Barbara Lamb MS, MFT, CHt, has worked with more than 500 UFO experiencers and conducted more than 1,800 regressions. Not surprisingly, she has uncovered many healing cases. Writes Lamb, “…there are sometimes aliens who conduct complicated healing procedures on the abductee, such as healing cancer, blood disorders, autoimmune diseases or heart defects.”23
Virginia Aronson, author of Celestial Healings, is one of very few researchers who has conducted an in-depth study of UFO healing cases. Following her own psychic healing at the hands of an experiencer, Aronson decided to look into the UFO healing phenomenon. “First, I very carefully researched the topic of medical healings associated with UFOs and/or contact with extraterrestrials or celestial beings,” writes Aronson. “…[O]nce I began to read through the available scientific literature on UFO history and accounts of contact with extraterrestrials and celestial beings, I became convinced that something is going on. There are too many well-documented cases in which upstanding, intelligent, sane people have reported sighting a UFO and/or experiencing some sort of interaction with beings that are quite obviously from somewhere else, some other world. And a number of these people have reported healings, finding themselves cured of various medical conditions ranging from the most minor cuts and burns to fatal diseases such as cancer. I was intrigued and curious about these people who had experienced healing visits from other-worldly beings. Had all of these people cracked up, gone nuts, lost their minds too? I decided to find out.”
Aronson, of course, came away fully convinced that people are being healed by ETs. “It was easier than I thought it would be to find such people,” Aronson writes, “everyday people like ourselves, normal folk who have experienced some very abnormal things--and found themselves healed afterward…I was able to meet more than a dozen such people within a short period of time…The ET contact phenomenon is worldwide, and people all over the globe have reported experiencing ET-related healings…I see these brave, honest individuals as a representative sample of the many, many cases that have occurred throughout history, which includes a secret UFO history full of healing extraterrestrial encounters. ”
Aronson has speculated on the possibility that UFO healing cases might be an internally generated psychic projection and that people are being cured as a result of a psychosomatic mechanism taking the guise of a UFO encounter. She also admits that it might be entirely and objectively real, and exactly what it appears to be. “If it is indeed literally true,” she writes, “that is hundreds or even thousands of people have been healed of medical conditions by extraterrestrials or extradimensional forces, the discovery will be world-shattering in its effect on science and medicine.”24
Researcher Mike Clelland, author of The Messengers, writes, “There are a surprising number of accounts where people tell of miraculous healings under the aegis of these alien beings. Some abductees have experienced the complete end of a serious illness directly after a UFO encounter.”25
Australian Researcher Mary Rodwell (author of New Human and Awakening) writes, “[It’s] so important for this information to be shared. I am meeting people all the time who have had such healings.”26
Abduction researcher, Karin Hoppe Holloway, BA, CHt, writes that miraculous healings are among the “types of events to be noted” when investigating abduction cases. “Asthma, chronic viral infections, food allergies, hypoglycemia, diabetes and epilepsy have ‘miraculously’ been healed in some abductees.”27
In his article, “UFOs: What We’re Not Told,” researcher Hugh F. Cochrane writes, “Most bizarre are the claims of miraculous physical healing and transformations experienced by those who have been targeted by beams of light from UFOs or had close encounters with these aerial objects…Those involved in these encounters often claim to have acquired heightened psychic abilities from the event and the claims of healing parallel the healing reported at religious shrines, and the remissions have been proven by physical tests and past hospital records.”28
Chuck Weiss, an experiencer and author of the autobiographical book, Abducted by Aliens, has been healed by ETs on multiple occasions, and has more than a few words to say on this subject. “Spontaneous healings are a somewhat controversial subject in the UFO community,” writes Weiss. “Not everyone gets them. Those who do don’t like to talk about them very much, for fear of coming across as bragging. There are experiencers out there with serious medical problems that need attention who can’t understand why, despite their willingness to cooperate with the ETs, they don’t receive this kind of special attention.”29
Researcher B.J. Booth points out that UFO encounters can be both negative and positive. In his article, “Do You Really Want ET to Call?” he writes, “Contact is normally in the form of an alien abduction, which is almost always a frightful, life-changing experience. We must remember, however, that there are those who claim benefit from these encounters, in the form of enlightenment, spiritual healing, and an ongoing connection with a more intelligent ‘big brother.’ People have claimed to have had diseases cured, emotional and mental problems alleviated, and their lives totally altered positively by these beings from beyond.”30
Researcher Paula Johnson wrote one of the first full-length articles about UFO healings. “Documented cases are on record which show that UFO beings have the ability to cure our most deadly diseases and heal humans,” she writes. “There is ample proof that the pilots of these sparkling celestial craft we call UFOs do have the ability--and have on numerous occasions--cured humans of serious ailments, including cancer…All this talk of aliens being able to cure cancer and other ailments isn’t really that new. The files of various organizations are filled with similar accounts, adding weight to the notion that at least some ufonauts visit Earth on healing missions…How many UFOs are here on healing missions can’t even be guessed at. It’s possible that many who are being cured by aliens may not be aware of it. Others may be too timid to come forward and report their experiences.”31
There are many other UFO researchers who are uncovering these types of cases. One investigator I contacted, who wishes to remain anonymous, had this to say about UFO healings: “I am a certified hypnotherapist and I work with abductees seven days a week. I have many cases in my files where healing has occurred but people are afraid to tell their doctors what happened to bring about the healing.”
The anonymous researcher is skeptical that aliens perform the healings out of pure kindness, and says, “I have a hard time dealing with space brothers who are here to help us. These beings have an agenda to follow and they are doing just that. They have not done one single healing out of the kindness of their hearts. It is for the end result they do the healings. They have put forth a lot of effort on our people, and they are not about to let us die before we have completed our mission for them. I have 160 cases that could tell you just the same thing I said, but none of these people will come forward.”32
Leneesa, of the UFO Contact Center International (UFOCCI) has investigated UFO healing cases and has a more positive viewpoint of the alien agenda. She writes, “We have been inundated with information pertaining to the ‘negative Greys.’ It is my contention that this information has been purposefully slanted. There have been many instances of healings that have never been revealed to the public.”33
Australian researcher, Bill Chalker is aware of healing cases and has remarked upon the use of light by the ETs. “I have been particularly interested in what are called ‘solid light’ cases, in which UFOs appear to use light in a coherent and controlled way,” writes Chalker. “In some cases, the light beams from UFOs take on a seemingly solid appearance, turning corners, being used to lift things, or sometimes functioning as a transportation ‘tunnel’ from one place to another. I feel there very well may be scientific pay dirt in such cases. Many of these ‘solid light’ cases appear to have biological effects on the witnesses and abductees. Some are benign, some are not so pleasant, and others are remarkably beneficial, having what appears to be healing effects.”34
Canadian UFO researcher Grant Cameron has authored several books about UFOs, and has written about UFO healing cases. “The concept of alien healings is rarely discussed, but it is not that uncommon,” writes Cameron.
Regarding the instantaneous healing of flesh wounds, Cameron writes, “This very simple healing may point to the fact that aliens simply understand something about the operation of the body that we do not understand. The best understanding we have now of a cut healing itself is that the body knows how to do it. It appears the aliens just know how the body does it and have a way of speeding the process up. The process involves understanding and not magic.”
There are many reasons that governments across the world are actively covering up UFO events, and Cameron points out that the ability of ETs and their technology to put people to sleep, to relieve pain, to cure almost any illness, condition or disease known to humanity--in a word, to heal us--could be one of the deciding factors. Healthcare is a very lucrative business and an important part of the economy, with billions of dollars spent in the U.S. alone. The pharmaceutical industry, points out Cameron, would have a very strong interest in keeping this type of technology and information secret, as would the health insurance industry. Writes Cameron, “…so don’t count on the disclosure of alien healings any time soon.”35
While the governments may not be talking, the people are. If the above UFO researchers are right, UFO healings may be rare or common, but they are not unique. They are a consistent feature of UFO encounters, one that can be ignored no longer. And although UFO investigators may disagree about the motive behind the healings, the accounts are finally being reported.
This book represents the largest collection of UFO healing accounts ever assembled. It includes accounts from all over the world, some which have never been published in book form before, and many others which are completely new and appear here for the first time. The cases reach back nearly a hundred years and are still occurring today.
As any scientists knows, no data can be ignored without sacrificing the truth. Too many people have fallen into the trap of forcing the evidence to fit their hypothesis. Objectivity has always been the foundation of good science. To complete the UFO puzzle, we will need all the pieces. Only then will have the whole picture.
With so many people from across the world being healed of such a wide variety of conditions, organizing this book has proved to be an awesome task. After much deliberation, I decided to present the cases both chronologically, from earliest to most recent, and topically, by the type of condition being healed. At the end of the book, I present a statistical and comparative analysis of the accounts, providing some surprising answers about who is being healed by aliens, and why.
According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, and Medical News Today,36 the top ten leading causes of death in the United States are:
1. Heart Disease
3. Chronic Lower Respiratory Disease
8. Influenza and Pneumonia
9. Kidney Disease
The World Health Organization37, which measures deaths worldwide lists the top ten causes of death as:
1. Heart Disease
3. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
4. Lower Respiratory Infections
9. Diarrheal diseases
As we shall see in the pages that follow, ETs have cured people of all these conditions. And this is just the beginning. The actual list of injuries, illnesses and diseases cured is far longer.
Here are five random cases from the database of 309 documented healings:
CASE #123. BODY INJURIES.
In 1987, an anonymous Soviet soldier was fighting with local partisans in Afghanistan when he lost his machine gun and became severely wounded, most severely on his leg. Rather than surrender to the enemy and risk possible torture from the “Mujahideen,” he decided to commit suicide with a grenade.
At that moment he saw a shiny disc-shaped object hover above him. It came lower and projected a beam of light, pulling him inside the craft.
The soldier found himself inside a bright circular room. He was no longer in any pain. Strange “people” appeared and communicated with him telepathically. They placed the soldier on a table surrounded by medical devices. Using these devices, they showed images of his organs on large screens above him.
“We can cure all your wounds,” said one of the aliens, “but we cannot save your leg, so we must amputate your leg.”
The soldier asked them why, with all their advanced technology, they couldn’t save his leg. They told him it was beyond their capabilities and that if they did not amputate, he would not survive. The soldier blacked out.
When he awoke, he was still in the battlefield. When a medical team arrived, they were shocked to find the soldier’s leg not only amputated, but almost completely healed. It appeared to them that surgery to amputate the leg must have occurred a year earlier.
The soldier said that he had been taken and healed by extraterrestrials. The medical team accused him of delirium and transported him by helicopter to a field hospital. Senior doctors there were amazed and asked the soldier what happened. The soldier repeated his story and was again not believed. Still, the doctors remained baffled. The soldier was discharged. He told his story to a friend, who reported it to investigators, Natalia and Leonid Tereteyev.10
CASE #067. HEAD COLD.
On May 10, 1975, teen-ager, Chuck Doyle of Florence, Kentucky went outside to check his horse. Suddenly he heard a loud buzzing sound. Turning around, he saw a twenty-foot-long metallic object shaped like a “manta ray” hovering over his neighbor’s garden. The object had colored lights and was emitting a green beam of light toward the ground. Chuck was so stunned by the sight that he stayed perfect still.
The beam of light began to sweep in wider circles, stopping for a moment on Chuck’s pool. Then suddenly the beam swung toward him. Chuck turned to run, but he was too slow and the beam struck his entire body. “It was a straight shaft of light that didn’t get wider at the bottom, like a laser,” Chuck said. “then the beam came at me. When it hit me, it was like being hit by a bucket of ice-water. I felt suddenly frozen. I couldn’t move.”
Chuck was actually frozen in the position of trying to run away. Although he was leaning forward, he was held in position by the beam. To his surprise, a flood of strange symbols and images filled his mind. He saw mathematical equations, images of a strange planet, and a kaleidoscope of bizarre colors. Then the beam retracted and Chuck fell to the ground. The UFO disappeared with a purple flash and a loud bang. Chuck returned to his house in a state of shock.
It wasn’t until he got inside that Chuck noticed something strange. Before the encounter, he had been suffering from a miserable head cold. Immediately afterward, all traces of the cold had disappeared. Chuck saw a doctor a week later, making no mention of his UFO encounter. The doctor pronounced him perfectly healthy.3
CASE #231. HERNIA.
In November 2000, Jim Law of Gainesville, Florida was diagnosed with an inguinal hernia. He was scheduled to undergo surgery on February 23, 2001. About one week before surgery, he woke in the middle of the night sensing a presence in the room. In a state of semi-sleep, he saw that they were gray-type ETs. They came through the wall.
Law felt a rush of fear. But the grays had visited him before, and he quickly calmed himself. He then told them that if they wanted to visit him, they needed to help him or he would make them go away. One of the beings replied, “We know of the condition you have a concern about and we will help you.”
One of the beings held a shiny instrument about one-foot-long next to his hernia. Law felt nothing, but the hernia was healed.
Law asked the beings why they kept visiting him. They replied, “We are interested in you because you have genetic potential to live a long time.” Law’s grandfather was 106 years old and still active. Law was in the process of writing a book about him.
Law says that the grays are trying to hybridize to live on Earth, that they destroyed their planet and are a dying race.
Following the experience, Law was examined by doctors who found no trace of his hernia, which never returned.
CASE #086. BACK PAIN.
One evening around 1978, Ana M. had an experience that would change her life. Her daughter, Maria, explains what happened: “At the time, she was a single mother with three kids, working as a secretary. One day she injured her back severely and doctors said back surgery was needed. That night my mom went to bed praying intensely to her angels, that she may receive their divine healing, as she needed to work and support three children.
“My sister and I were sleeping in another room. In the early a.m. hours our bedroom was flooded with brilliant orange light, coming from the outside of our home. I was terrified! I covered my head with the blanket and prayed ‘Whatever happens, please don’t take me.’
“My sister and I felt the light was emanating from a UFO. It lasted about twenty minutes, or so it seemed to us. The next morning my mom was so happy. She shared her weird dream with us.
“One man, wearing a white-silver, all-body suit (including face covering), came into her room with some scientific instrumentation around his waist. She was told telepathically to ‘not be afraid.’ My mom felt that she had been waiting for him. She pleaded, ‘Please don’t let it be painful.’ And he said to ‘relax.’ He pressed some buttons on his instrumentation. A laser-like light felt warm to her body. She fell asleep.
“The next day she woke up completely healed from her back issues. We were all so shocked as my sister and I had seen the strange glowing light of her interplanetary healers.”
Needless to say, Ana did not undergo surgery, at least not by Earth doctors. Forty years later, Ana still has no back issues.
CASE #285. GLAUCOMA.
In 2013, Sonya (pseudonym) noticed her eyesight was worsening. She went to the eye doctor and was diagnosed with glaucoma. She was forty-six years old. The glaucoma caused her optic nerves to become thin, resulting in a deterioration of her field of vision.
Sonya was married, and both she and her husband had a history of UFO encounters. One evening in 2015, Sonya and her husband decided to go camping in the woods behind their home in rural western Maine. That night they kept hearing strange chittering noises in the forest.
They wondered if it might be related to the husband’s contacts with ETs. He attempted to make a “mental connection” with the aliens and ask them to heal Sonya, who was dealing with chronic pain issues and glaucoma. Neither were sure if anything would happen. The aliens, however, were apparently listening.
“I slept on the ground inside a sleeping bag,” explains Sonya. “In the middle of the night I awoke hearing what sounded like insect chatter above my head. This was like nothing else I’ve ever heard in my life. It was as if there were large insects that were talking to each one another. I know that sounds strange, but it’s the best description I can come up with.”
Sonya was lying face down. When she heard the strange chattering noise, she remained perfectly still. Without warning, she felt a strange vibrating energy strike her. “What I felt was a rotating force above the back of my head, ending in a zap in the center of the head, seemingly between the two hemispheres of the brain and in the general area of the optic nerve.”
Afterward, Sonya noticed a dramatic improvement in her field of vision. She went to her eye doctor for tests. “My left optic nerve grew thicker, and I had the best visual field test in years, which astonished my ophthalmologist. After two years of a thinning optic nerve, it had grown thicker after the event!”
Sonya reports having ET visitations in her home, some of which involved healing events. Some of these were recalled as lucid dreams, or felt interdimensional. In one incident, Sonya reports the ETs were able to relieve her temporarily of chronic pain. “One time I was in bed,” Sonya explains, “and I felt a slight vibration throughout my body. The pain goes away, and I realized I was getting another healing. It focused on my left hip area. When it was done, I felt as if a silky bedspread was being pulled out quickly from under me. When it went past my feet, I automatically sat up straight and there was a green alien.”
The figure was bald, with large blue eyes and green skin. Sonya saw that her bedroom was gone and she now was in a small pinkish room. The ET stood in a low rounded doorway. Feeling no fear, Sonya told the ET, “You’re cute.”
“Then he did this funny quick walk to the side and returned with yellow eyes, which I didn’t think were as nice.”
Sonya reports other experiences. “They’ve done a lot of work on my brain, have worked doing some kind of energy healing throughout my body and have also focused on my knees, and my left breast and lymph nodes, which had a small suspicious spot that the doctors had been monitoring.”
Sonya’s encounters have been overwhelmingly positive. “It’s been the most wonderful experience in my life. I’ve even told them that they’ve brought me a lot of joy…I’m seeking an on-going relationship with them to understand things better.”