On Sunday night’s show, George Knapp welcomed paranormal researcher Farah Yurdozu for a discussion on Turkish Ufology and contactee stories. David Huggins, who claims to have fathered many ET children, joined the conversation in the latter half of the show to share his remarkable story. Yurdozu observed that the Middle East is an area where the concept of non-human entities is “considered something very normal and natural.”
She explained that this is due to the rich history of the region, which dates back to the dawn of mankind and includes many traditions of these types of beings. To that end, she said that, in contemporary times, the Turkish government, media, and military are “extremely open” about the UFO phenomenon to the point that she declared, “we don’t have a UFO related cover-up in Turkey.”
Yurdozu pointed out a number of parallels between alien abduction accounts and tales of the jinn from her native country. “Jinns like to play with human children,” she recounted, noting that it is said that the jinn would abduct children from their bed at night, take them someplace else, and return them in the morning. “As we know, in modern times, alien abduction starts when the person was a child,” she observed.
Additionally, Yurdozu said that tradition states that jinn had relationships with humans and created offspring. “Still today, there are many Turkish men and women that claim that they have children from jinns,” she revealed. Similar to American accounts of people who allege to have ET hybrid children, these Turkish stories include the detail that the human parent is not allowed to see their offspring.
Huggins detailed his story of ET contact which, he claims, saw him father a plethora of hybrid entities. He said that his experiences began when he was eight years old and took on a sexual nature when he turned seventeen. From there, he had numerous, intimate encounters with a female being that he called ‘Crescent.’
Ultimately, the agenda behind these meetings was revealed when Crescent came to him and exclaimed that their baby was dying. A perplexed Huggins demanded to see the child and, after an emotional exchange with Crescent’s handler, he was presented with the dying child. Upon touching the baby, a feeling of static electricity passed between the two and it began coming back to life.
At that point, Huggins was taken to a place filled with these babies and was instructed to touch them all and save them. While he acknowledged that his story sounded unbelievable, Huggins mused that “I don’t believe it happened, I know it happened.”
Here is an excerpt from Filer’s Files on a Medieval sighting of “Jinns” or UFOs from what would now be Bulgaria:
UFO Case Files of Russia
June 9, 2010
VOLGA — In 922, the Caliph of Baghdad dispatched Ibn Fadlan with his embassy to King Blatavar of the Bulgars of the Middle Volga. The first night they spent in the palace of the King. Arab chronicler Ibn Fadlan witnessed a very strange celestial phenomenon. Just before sunset, the horizon became bright red, and from somewhere above came a low rumble. Ibn Fadlan raised his eyes to the sky and saw a red fiery-reddish cloud moving above him. At the time, another cloud appeared above them. The Arabs were frightened and kneeled in prayer. The locals however, were amazed by the guest’s behavior, laughed, and later explained the battles in the sky take place every night.
Ibn Fadlan observed one cloud joined itself with another, and later the clouds came apart again, and disappeared at night fell. The chronicler describes constantly moving shapes inside the clouds, human and animal looking. He saw weapons in the arms of the beings within the clouds. The shapes were quite clear one moment, and then would disappear the next. The battle he observed consisted of another formation (black) attacking the other formation. The battle lasted for a long time and at one point, the formations merged, and then separated once more. He could observe the “phenomenon” quite clearly that finally disappeared. He emphasized the loud noises, sounds and the visibility of the occurrence. The Bulgars explained the “riders in the sky” as Jinni in Moslem legends, a supernatural being who can take human or animal form and influence human affairs, the “faithful” ones fighting the “unfaithful”. Page 4, excellent book by Philip Mantle and Paul Stonehill, “UFO Case Files of Russia.”