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Assistance is here for those who’ve had a UFO experience

Mary Rodwell assists people who have had 'spiritual multi-dimensional experiences' with extra-terrestrials and space craft.  Photo: John McCutcheon / Sunshine Coast Daily
Mary Rodwell assists people who have had 'spiritual multi-dimensional experiences' with extra-terrestrials and space craft. Photo: John McCutcheon / Sunshine Coast Daily John McCutcheon

HAVE you ever seen unusual lights in the sky that you weren't able to explain? Or perhaps lost a chunk of time that you can't account for?

If such phenomena have left you wondering whether we are actually alone in this world and whether the truth really is out there, then Mary Rodwell may be able to help.

Lauded as Australia's top extra-terrestrial researcher, Ms Rodwell, who lives in Agnes Waters, is on the Sunshine Coast this weekend to assist people who have had "other worldly interactions" or believe they have been visited by extraterrestrials.

Speaking at a seminar at Mooloolaba Surf Club, she hopes to offer an explanation and support for people who have had experiences such as seeing "little grey beings or a space craft, or have been visited by beings or taken somewhere".

Doubters should be warned, as Ms Rodwell confirmed that the Sunshine Coast is very much a hot spot for what she describes as "multi-dimensional spiritual experiences".

She said she receives at least one or two phone calls a week from people from the Coast and nearby Hinterland who have had an experience that they cannot explain, whether that be seeing unusual lights in the night sky, feeling they have been visited during the night or having seen actual space craft.

"We see lots of cylindrical and saucer shaped crafts in the area and also lights that do strange things, and it scares people because they don't know what it is.

"I get calls at 10 or 11pm at night from people who are scared to go to sleep because they have seen something and cannot explain what it is, but who do they call? The police to say they've seen some strange lights?

"The fact is that research shows every six minutes someone sees a UFO around the world and many people don't talk about it for fear of being mocked or laughed at."

 

Ms Rodwell said the world is covered by ley lines, or energy lines like power grids, around which you will find a preponderance of experiences.

Through her research she has documented over 3000 cases globally, with those involved ranging from professionals to children.

Her seminar includes how to distinguish whether the experience was real or not.

"People know the experience is real because they have unexplained marks on their body or implants or new abilities. They may now be able to see energy fields or other spiritual beings like angels or spirits.

"Hallucinations don't change you profoundly like these real experiences do.

"So many people have these experiences and they think that they are going crazy, but I'm here to say you're not and please access support as I know how isolating and lonely it can be when you've had one of these experiences."

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