UK Politician Simon Parkes Fathered A Child With Alien Cat Queen
A British Labour politician Simon Parkes, who represents Stakesby on Whitby Town Council, reveale...
A British Labour politician Simon Parkes, who represents Stakesby on Whitby Town Council, revealed in a TV documentary "Confessions Of An Alien Abductee," aired recently on Channel 4, that he fathered a child called Zarka with an alien he calls Cat Queen.
Parkes said: "My wife found out about it and was very unhappy, clearly. That caused a few problems, but it is not on a human level, so I don’t see it as wrong."
In the TV documentary titled "Confessions of An Alien Abductee," Parkes, 53, a driving instructor with three children, said he has sexual relations with Cat Queen about four times a years. He explained: "What will happen is that we will hold hands and I will say 'I’m ready' and then the technology I don’t understand will take us up to a craft orbiting the earth."
He also claims that his "real mother" is not human but a 9-foot tall green alien with eight fingers. His first experience of alien abduction happened when he was still in the womb. When he was a six-month-old infant, the green alien appeared by his crib and reached out to him with two green "stick things, like beanpoles." He explained: "I thought, 'they’re not mummy’s hands, mummy’s hands are pink,' and mummy has thumbs. These are green and pointed and there’s four of them."
He continued: "I was looking straight into its face. It enters my mind through my eyes and it sends a message down my optic nerve into my brain, saying 'I am your real mother, I am your more important mother.'"
According to Parkes, the alien lifted him out of his crib.
The YouTube video above shows Parkes recounting his experiences with aliens. He says the aliens have "human features." Their faces are shaped like kites. They have big eyes and small holes for nose and slits for mouth.
He insists: "I’m only telling you what I've seen, they could be lying to me. The reason why extra-terrestrials are interested in me is not because of my physical body but what’s inside – my soul. These reptiles are guilty as hell. They have apologized several times to me. They have said they are sorry for what they have done to your people."
Parkes realizes that many will think he is insane or delusional. He says that is only because they have not shared his experiences. He said: "I can understand how you would say that because you have not seen anything yourself and that’s your immediate fallback position, but you come and spend some time with me and follow me around for a day and you will actually walk away shaking your head because you will think actually he’s not mad. There are plenty of people in my position who don’t chose to come out and say it because they are terrified it will destroy their careers."
Councillor Parkes spends hours creating drawings that illustrate his encounters with extra-terrestrials. Below is an example of his alien art.
He also believes that the aliens are monitoring his movements and that they giving him protection and will intervene to rescue him if things go wrong. He said: "The only thing I can remember after that is it saying to me you will never be hurt, your will never be harmed... I think I am fairly clear in my head that I am being monitored very closely and if there is anything that’s seriously about to happen or does happen then I am fairly confident in my own mind that they will intervene, they have in the past."
He said his alien body guards once abducted him and a female passenger in Cloughton, near Scarborough and then returned them into the vehicle.
Parkes gives assurance that his alien encounters have not affected his work as councillor. He said: "It’s a personal matter and it doesn't affect my work. I’m more interested in fixing someone’s leaking roof or potholes. People don’t want me to talk about aliens. I get more common sense out of the aliens than out of Scarborough Town Hall."
But Parkes is not alone in his beliefs that he is in constant contact with aliens. There is an organization called Anomalous Mind Management, Abductee, Contactee Helpline (AMMACH) founded by Joanne Summerscales, which provides counselling and support for people who believe they have been abducted by aliens. The documentary "Confessions Of An Alien Abductee" focused on the activities of the group and included interviews with two other alien abductees, Chantelle, a 49-year-old housewife, who claims to be "the most abducted person in Britain," and Marie, 52, who believes that not only has she been abducted hundreds of times, but also that the aliens have implanted devices in her body and tampered with her DNA.
Several other persons are known to have claimed abduction experiences. One such person is Canada's former Minister of National Defense, Paul Hellyer, who believes in aliens and UFOs. Hellyer made the bizarre claim at the recent Citizen Hearing On Disclosure (CHD) in Washington D.C. (see video above) that at least four species of aliens have visited the Earth over thousands of years.
According to GodDiscussion.com, alien abduction and UFO enthusiasts claim that the experiences the biblical personality Prophet Ezekiel reports in the Book of Ezekiel are alien abduction experiences. GodDiscussion.com discusses Ezekiel's abduction experiences in detail in an article series that suggests Ezekiel's "Jehovah" might have been an alien UFO pilot.
Vanity Fair reports that Anne Ramsey Cuvelier, a US citizen, has held an annual meeting for alien "experiencers" for the past 20 years although she is not an alien "experiencer" herself.
She told Vanity Fair: "I want to get information out so these people don’t have to suffer. Nobody believes you. You go through these frightening experiences, and then you go through the ridicule."
John Edward Mack, a Harvard Medical School psychiatrist and Pulitzer Prize-winning biographer, also became convinced that alien abductions were real after studying accounts by people who claimed they had been abducted by aliens. Mack said that "experiencers" in Western societies are forced to keep their experiences to themselves because of the hostile cultural environment that label their experiences delusional or crazy. He said: "Every other culture in history except this one, in the history of the human race, has believed there were other entities, other intelligences in the universe. Why are we so goofy about this? Why do we treat people like they’re crazy, humiliate them, if they’re experiencing some other intelligence?"
Hellyer, quoting John Mack's book "Passport to the Cosmos," concluded his testimony before the CHD: "Although the aliens themselves are not Gods, their behavior is anything but Godlike. Abductees consistently report that the beings seem closer to God than we are, acting as messengers, guardian spirits, or angels, intermediaries between us and the Divine Source."
Prophet Ezekiel would probably agree with Mack if he had lived in the 21st century.