Ted Owens could be the greatest parapsychological find in history. He performed about 200 "miracles" in association with the SI's. He also had what many might describe as criminal tendencies. He could retaliate and showed little remorse for the destruction unleashed by his thunderstorms, plane crashes, power outages, hurricanes and other disasters. He considered himself to be the "Earth ambassador of UFO intelligences" and compared himself to Moses, whom he said also worked with the SIs.
Many people have considered him to be delusional, probably, in part, because his demonstrations comprise a horrifying testimony to the apocalyptic power of these Space Intelligences. Ted said, however, that the SI's required human cooperation to unleash these effects in the human world, otherwise it was considered a criminal act in their dimension. Ted supplied the necessary human consent and active participation.
He also said that it was extremely rare for the SIs to find a human brain which they could train to withstand the effects of communicating directly with them -- that this type of interaction was eventually fatal to most human nervous systems.
He said there were many other extradimensional beings in addition to the variety of SIs that he worked with. He referred to them as Other Intelligences (OIs) and said that some were overtly malevolent. He identified his SIs as being among the good guys. The disasters which they co-created often comprised some sort of punishment of the United States government for evils such as the Viet Nam war. He warned of the impending destruction of the Challenger Space Shuttle by the SIs. I'm not sure what the rationale was for destroying that particular mission.
I don't recommend that you try to contact Space Intelligences. It can be extremely dangerous, even life threatening. Andy Eastman suffered from some retardation and amnesia (sounds like some serious brain damage) as a result of his contacts.
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