Amazing Discovery of Proxima-B Planet – There Are Some Claims of Alien Life In Proxima Centauri Star System

The examples were uncannily similar yet being utterly different. Both incidents occurred in the 1950s and featured witnesses claiming to have seen aliens on a planet in the Proxima Centauri star system, which is around 4 light-years distant from Earth.

They described a triple-star system with an earth-like planet that never went dark. They described a sophisticated species that had previously visited Earth. The assertions they presented were strange, even weird, and in some cases featured scientific and technology breakthroughs so sophisticated that even today’s scientists are baffled by the notions they revealed.

Most people dismissed the incidents as fantasy stories told by a tortured soul or a creative mind. However, in 2016, both instances were brought back into the forefront by a groundbreaking astronomical finding. Proxima-B, an earth-like exoplanet found circling the habitable zone of the Proxima Centauri star system, a triple star system, roughly 4.3 light-years from Earth, was confirmed by researchers on August 24, 2016.

Proxima-B, a planet similar to Earth, has been discovered.

Alpha Centauri A, Alpha Centauri B, and Proxima Centauri are the three stars that make up Alpha Centauri. In our night sky, the triple-star system appears as a single “star” — the third brightest. Alpha Centauri’s two bigger stars revolve around each other, while Proxima Centauri, the smallest of the three stars and the closest known star to the Sun, lies further away.

On August 24, 2016, the European Southern Observatory published a paper in Nature magazine announcing the discovery of Proxima b. They discovered that Proxima b circles Proxima Centauri every 11 days, and that its distance from Proxima Centauri brings it within the habitable zone, a narrow region of space thought to be most conducive to life. Proxima-discovery B’s is so momentous that it has already been recommended as the first flyby destination for future interstellar missions.

When news of the planet Proxima-B broke, paranormal investigators quickly began looking into whether the star system had been referenced in any previous alien/UFO/abduction incidents. Surprisingly, it had, not once, but several times, including a well-known case about 60 years ago in which the witness claimed to have spoken to residents of a planet in the Proxima Centauri system, and again in a 1957 psychological study in which the subject was said to have relayed information from an alien race living on a planet orbiting Proxima Centauri.

Elizabeth Klarer, a Cambridge-educated meteorologist, has fallen in love with a “starman.”

Elizabeth Klarer was born in 1910 at Mooi River, Natal, South Africa, in a European settlement. Her qualifications are impressive. She studied art and music in Florence before graduating from Cambridge University with a degree in meteorology. She worked for intelligence agencies inside the South African government during WWII, deciphering German transmissions, after graduation. She has given speeches in the House of Lords and written papers that have been read aloud before the United Nations. She’s authored numerous novels, including one about a series of strange meetings she had with an alien creature known as Akon.

The first time Elizabeth Klarer saw a UFO.

Klarer and her sister were outside their house in the KwaZulu-Natal midlands feeding the pups when they observed a large meteor race across the sky when they were seven years old, sometime about 1917. They could see the craters engraved on the object’s surface because it was so huge. It was early summer, the sky was clear, and the sun had just set. They stood there in awe as the thing rocketed toward the ground, seemingly aimed at them.

A silver disc “bathed in a pearly brilliance” appeared out of nowhere and swooped down toward the girls. As the UFO ascended, flew alongside the meteor, and paced it until it veered off course and vanished into the night sky, the pups raced yelping into the kennel.

The girls dashed into the home and informed their parents of their observations. It was a meteor, according to their father. The girls agreed that the silver flying disc that “saved earth” piqued their interest the most.

This is Klarer’s second sighting of a UFO.

The encounter piqued Klarer’s interest in UFOs — and aviation – for the rest of his life. She became a pilot in 1927, claiming that something unfathomable drew her to the sky, closer to space. During a flight with her husband, an RAF pilot, in 1934, she noticed a second tome on a silver disk. Her spouse was also present at the time. They described the vessel as spherical, with three-dimensional portholes that “cast a gentle radiance.” An “intense blue-white light alternated with darkest violet” beneath the hull. As it flipped onto its side and vanished, the UFO made no sound.

She subsequently admitted that childhood memories and sentiments flooded through her head at the time. She had “a tremendous sensation of loneliness engulfing my spirit” thereafter, “longing for its return.”

Her spouse made a thorough report at the Air Force headquarters in Pretoria after landing. The military interviewed them, according to Klarer, during which she stayed entirely mute. Although it appears to be mentioned in other South African military correspondence, the report has never been located.

Klarer is on his way to Meton.

Klarer was transferred to Akon’s home planet, Meton, a year later, in 1957. She characterized it as a world similar to Earth, but with oceans and islands instead of continents. Akon told her that the planet was in the Alpha Centauri multi-star system, close to the Proxima Centauri star. Meton was not the planet’s actual name, but it was the best Akon could come to translating it in a way Kraler could comprehend. The planet’s name was communicated telepathically, according to Akon, and was more of an energy signature than a spoken name.

Metonians, according to Akon, were a seven-planet society. Their planet had no day and night cycle since it was part of a triple star system, therefore time was measured differently than on Earth. He stated that their culture has existed for almost 65 million years.

The people of Meton, according to Akon, are peaceful and non-aggressive. They dress and eat more simply than we do, and they live to be thousands of years old after solving the challenges of health and longevity. They sleep longer than we do, typically nine hours at a period, and consume unprocessed, natural foods with nutrients managed by chemical amendments to the soil. They can’t lie since they interact with each other telepathically. They also have a thing for birds, with whom they can converse.

Meton’s people had so much of everything that they didn’t require a barter or monetary system. They had no politicians or rules, and no competitive sports since they had no feeling of competition. Their style of thought was vastly different from ours; they were a peaceful, creative culture that collaborated for the greater good.

They were able to manage the size of their population since they were capable of space travel and migration. Their families, who each had roughly seven children, had never married or divorced – they just found their soul partners and stayed together for the rest of their lives. They had children even if they were thousands of years old since they had no age restrictions. If a mate dies by accident, they simply reincarnate and start over with their same partner.

Klarer gets pregnant before being sent back to Earth.

Klarer claims that Akon pregnant her with her permission and that she gave birth to a kid named Ayling. Metonians seldom married with earth women, according to Akon, but did so on occasion to “infuse new blood” into their race. She was dubbed “the star woman” on Meton.

Klarer departed to Earth after four years, leaving Ayling to be educated and nurtured as a Metonian on Meton. Despite the fact that they never paid Klarer a visit on Earth, she claims she kept in touch with them via a holographic communication system.

Many elements of the planet Proxima b are paralleled in Klarer’s statements.

Much of what Akon told Klarer sixty years ago resembles what we now know about the planet Proxima B. Its position, distance from Earth, star system structure, and ability to contain intelligent life all match what Klarer reported over 50 years ago.

At the age of 84, Klarer passed away in 1994. She left an incomplete novel, The Gravity File, behind. The book would have filled in gaps and revealed more about Akon’s star system and Metonian technologies if it had been finished.

Klarer was married twice throughout his life. Her children were aware of her narrative and afterwards expressed regret for not asking her more questions about it. Her previous spouse admitted to reporters that he understood she was in love with a spaceman.

Klarer’s experiences reflect those of a previous psychological experiment.

An prior psychological examination of a woman who said she was in communication with aliens from a planet around Proxima Centauri backs up Klarer’s assertions. Despite the fact that the study was done a few years before to Klarer’s conversations with Akon, it was not published until 1976, twenty years after Klarer revealed her relationship with Akon.

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