Throughout history, numerous accounts have been written about the presence of enigmatic non-human beings who acted as counselors or advisors to influential figures. These encounters, shrouded in controversy, have given rise to various interpretations, ranging from extraterrestrial entities and time travelers to spiritual guides and ascended masters. Although lacking concrete evidence, these stories have persisted as legends and hearsay due to their profound impact on the individuals involved. Notably, these mysterious beings appeared not only to political and military leaders but also to individuals such as alchemist Facius Cardan, providing them with profound insights into the nature of the universe and the soul’s immortality.
One particular figure who allegedly encountered such a being was Napoleon Bonaparte. Referred to as the “Red Man,” this entity supposedly appeared to Napoleon on three separate occasions, offering crucial advice. In 1801, the Red Man warned Napoleon against his planned conquest of Egypt, correctly predicting its failure. In 1809, after the Battle of Wagram, the Red Man visited Napoleon again, and in 1814, during a period of political turmoil, the emperor pleaded for more time to execute his proposals. However, the Red Man granted him only three months to achieve a general peace. Unable to accomplish this, Napoleon ultimately abdicated and was exiled to the island of Elba.
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Similar accounts exist for other historical figures. King Charles XII of Sweden was said to have been aided by a “Grey Man” who contributed to his conquests, while George Washington supposedly received guidance from a longhaired figure who revealed the birth, growth, and destiny of the United States.
Brad Steiger’s book “Atlantis Rising” provides additional details about these encounters. The author describes the meetings between Napoleon and the Red Man, emphasizing the accurate predictions made by the mysterious entity. These accounts, however, remain largely confined to mythology and hearsay due to the lack of verifiable evidence and the passage of time.
In an article titled “Bolivar and the Extraterrestrials” by Professor Francisco Aniceto Lugo, the renowned South American paranormal researcher explores the encounters between General Simon Bolivar and three mysterious individuals. Although not explicitly described as aliens, the characteristics attributed to these beings lead Lugo to conclude that they were extraterrestrial in nature. According to witness testimonies documented by Luis Beltrán Reyes, the three men appeared tall and distinguished, wearing white uniforms with golden cuffs and luminescent spikes. Witnesses also noted their ability to move silently and even become invisible when necessary. These enigmatic beings accompanied Bolivar throughout his military campaigns, particularly during critical moments, providing guidance and ensuring the success of his troops. These encounters remained highly secretive, known only to a select few.
The presence of these unknown advisors sparked concern among Bolivar’s staff and confidants. Some worried that these beings might possess knowledge of the independence movement’s plans, endangering its success. However, their involvement did not have any adverse effects on the Revolution’s major battles. For instance, before the crucial Battle of Carabobo, Bolivar met with the three enigmatic characters, and this engagement became the decisive turning point in the struggle for independence.
The peculiar characteristics of these beings, such as their luminous spikes, silent footsteps, and alleged magical powers, suggest a possible extraterrestrial origin. General Santander’s letters also mention the powers claimed by these individuals. Even Manuelita Sáenz, Bolivar’s mistress, acknowledged these remarkable traits in later years.
This phenomenon of otherworldly advisors is reminiscent of ancient gods who allegedly influenced human events. The three mysterious figures surrounding Bolivar, donned in their striking white uniforms with golden facings, evoke accounts from contactees in the 1950s and 1960s. Furthermore, historical records mention similar interventions during the conquest of the Inca and Aztec empires by Spanish conquistadors, where angelic or saintly figures allegedly sought to intimidate native resistance.
It is worth noting that encounters involving groups of three beings have frequently occurred in the 20th century’s accounts of non-human manifestations. Men in Black reports often feature groups of three, while UFO encounters from the 1950s and 1960s describe landing parties consisting of three entities. Some interpret these patterns as potentially demonic in nature, mocking the Christian Trinity. However, regardless of their origin or past activities, it is pertinent to question whether contemporary world leaders receive guidance or solace from such shadowy figures, and what implications this may have for our present times.
The presence of mysterious non-human beings, acting as counselors or advisors to historical figures, has intrigued and fascinated people for centuries. While these accounts are based on myth and hearsay, they continue to spark curiosity and speculation. Whether associated with extraterrestrial beings, spiritual guides, or other supernatural entities, these encounters have left an indelible mark on the course of history and the individuals involved. While their true nature remains elusive, these encounters serve as a reminder that humanity’s journey is not solitary, and that there may exist other forces influencing the course of our collective destiny.
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