PH: Okay, well, Adamski was concurrent with Eugenio Siragusa from Sicily.
TG: Another very interesting contactee. He went a bit peculiar later one, but of course it’s a difficult thing for people to live with.
PH: The contactee whose story I am researching now is named Maurizio Cavallo and he was one of Siragusa’s people. He was thirteen years old and was in Sicily.
(See http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/vida_alien/esp_vida_alien_18zd.htm for more on Maurizio Cavallo.)
In that group, was also Giorgio Bongiovanni with Maurizio Cavallo.
(blessedistruth — for the record Bongiovanni is my maiden name. I’ve “dreamt” of a group abduction where I saw my aunts (my father’s sisters). They’re 100 percent Sicilian. I’m half Sicilian. I remember being astonished seeing them. I always assumed the ETs were interested in my Irish side.)
And Cavallo says that he actually saw the tall blonds with the blue outfits walking around Siragusa’s home under Mt. Etna.
TG: I’ve written about a lot of those earlier Italian cases from the 1950’s. They are absolutely fascinating and very, very important I think.
PH: But Timothy, he has four letters from President Eisenhower. I have one of them in my new book.
TG: Exactly. They’re very interesting cases. And there’s a new book, I gather, that’s in English, about the Italian contactees of that period, which I’m hoping to buy while I’m here.
PH: Because Siragusa had this contact, and Adamski had this contact, why would Eisenhower write to him?
TG: I don’t know, I haven’t seen the letter.
PH: I have it. It’s genuine. There are four of them.
TG: Is he still alive?
PH: No, but his wife and son are still there and are giving out his material. Of the four letters, I have a Xerox copy of one. It’s very cordial. It’s got Eisenhower’s name at the top, and he just says something generic like “Yes, we will do the best we can, we’re hoping for your best interests” and so forth. It’s signed with his signature. Are you one of the researchers who believes that Eisenhower had contact?
TG: Definitely. But I can’t comment on the letter, because I haven’t seen it.
PH: Then that would make sense. I can send you a copy of this letter so you can see it. What would Eisenhower be doing writing to an Italian contactee?
TG: I feel certain there is a base in the Mediterranean.
PH: So in the 1950’s and 1960’s there was an attempt by human-looking aliens, and let’s leave Billy Meier aside, to contact humanity and that is generally dismissed because they’re human-looking.
TG: Yep. Those are the facts as they are related to us. They are our older brothers, if you like. They’ve been here much longer than we have.
PH: I agree with you. How do we change this around, since the contact has already happened?
TG: I don’t know, I think it’s going to have to come from evidence, maybe scientific evidence of previous civilizations. We talk about Atlantis and Lemuria. Maybe some real, solid evidence will emerge sometime in the future.
For more on Timothy Good, please see:
Eisenhower’s 1954 Meeting With Extraterrestrials – The Fiftieth Anniversary of First Contact?
The Story of Giorgio Bongiovanni
His life changed for the first time in 1976, at the age of 13, when he met Eugenio Siragusa, the notorious alien contactee from Catania, who became his Spiritual Father.
Eugenio revealed to Giorgio Bongiovanni the universal knowledge; he also followed and trained him with the cosmic doctrine that in some cases offered the confirmation and explanation of experiences that Giorgio had already lived: glowing globe sights and encounters with special Beings whose real essence would have become clear in the course of the years.
Boosted by that ardent glow that Eugenio Siragusa re-awoke in his Spirit, Giorgio’s dedicated himself wholeheartedly to the study of the messages that his Spiritual Father received from ancient Beings come from different worlds in order to assist to the event of creation of our solar system and in order to help the human race in its evolutionary path.
A day in April, on the 5th in 1989, around noon, Giorgio left work to go on his lunch break. He noticed a Lady that seemed to be waiting for him near his car. He was astounded by the shine radiated by this Being, because the spring sun was high in the sky.
When he got closer, he realised that the Lady was hovering above the ground. She greeted him, told him her name was Myriam, and invited him to prepare himself for future encounters. Giorgio Bongiovanni was ecstatic, but upset.
He returned home, told everything to Lorella and rushed to call Eugenio Siragusa on the phone, who calmed him down explaining him that he had been visited by the Madonna.
More apparitions followed on, more and more intense until the moment in which the Virgin invited Giorgio Bongiovanni to go to Fatima, where she would have given him a sign for the whole humanity.
On September the 2nd 1989, Giorgio, accompanied by two Spanish friends, was kneeling down, below the great oak tree that dominates the sanctuary square. He brought red roses as a gift and waited, praying silently.
As promised the Celestial Mother called him; Giorgio, gone in ecstasy, saw once more the Sublime Being that asked him if he was willing to carry part of the anguish of Her Son.
Giorgio Bongiovanni agrees to the offer of the of the Virgin, and observed two rays of light departed from her chest, decorated with a white rose, that hit the palms of his hands. Giorgio fell backwards.
His friends drew closer to assist him, and saw on the back of his hands a sort of bulge that burst little by little, as if a nail pushed from the inside to the outside, to open up a deep wound that went across the palms fully. The pain was excruciating with a profound spiritual trauma.
Giorgio went back home where Lorella and Giovanni were waiting him, already eager to share the suffering and the blessing that the miracle of the stigmatas comprises in its mystery. Their lives changed forever.
The copious daily haemorrhage could even take place more than once a day and were extremely painful. It required a few hours for Giorgio to be able to recover.
Despite the attempts, he realised that he could not carry on with his job and was forced to sell his modest but profitable business.
From then on, every spiritual, physical, human and material resource of his, including what was lent or donated to him, was totally employed in the mission entrusted to him by the Virgin.
Momento en que Giorgio recibe los estigmas en sus manos
An interview in Mexico with Giorgio Bongiovanni, the Italian stigmatized, along with journalist Jaime Maussan; his message to the world, why must we stay in contact with other worlds.
Part 2 of the interview in Mexico with Giorgio Bongiovanni, the Italian stigmatized, along with journalist Jaime Maussan; who is Giorgio, why did he accept virgin Fatima’s to carry the stigmas, his message to the world, why must we stay in contact with other worlds, his fight against the mafia in Italy, his predictions. This is an extended version of the other video.
tercermilenio | September 14, 2010
Fernando Correa presenta la opinión del estigmatizado Giorgio Bongiovanni entorno a Crop Circle que apareció en Inglaterra referente al Rostro de Jesús en el 2010
20 Questions for: UFO Researcher, Paola Harris.
DW: Your access to those within the Vatican is very unique and important, Paola. Church leaders have (apparently) made great strides recently to prepare the Catholic religion, and people the world over, for imminent Disclosure. Is the Church prepared for this?
And just how much does the Vatican know about all of this, given they have publicly stated “If aliens do exist, they would be our space brothers and sisters, which would not negate the existence of God”?
PH: No. Chief Vatican Astronomer, Father Funes of the Vatican Observatory says that the presence of Extraterrestrial life means there are more souls in a universe filled with life who can give glory to God and that this doctrine does not conflict with the Catholic religion.
The fact this press release came out in the Official Vatican Newspaper L’Osservatore Romano means it is approved by the Pope himself. So the Catholic church is positioning itself for what? Are the Jesuits in the Observatory in Arizona looking to the ‘Second Coming’ or something else?
Father Funes calls the ETs our brothers and sisters in the article which means that he is not talking about the Zeta greys, but people who must look like us.
He also adds dogma or new doctrine into the mix when he says that Jesus did not need to die for them because aliens were not born with “original sin, only humans were.” I think this is pretty revolutionary and a sign of things to come.
My friendship with the late Monsignor Balducci, as referenced in my books, led me to believe that, as in all institutions, the Church was allowing people to discuss a truth they have known for centuries. Just look at early Renaissance religious art.
“Battesimo di Cristo” 1710
Aert De Gelder