aUI language taught to John Weilgart (he claimed) by spacemen.
Pazzaglini conducted a limited experiment wherein participants were asked to conceive their own “alien language.”
The results without exception showed that, left to their own devices, people tend to concoct alien alphabets that bear a one-to-one relationship to their native language.
In the realm of the written word, one of the earliest concrete examples of what was purported to be an extra-human communication was channeled by medium Edward Kelley and his boss, Elizabethan Court Astrologer and all-around magician John Dee, from 1582 to 1589. Dee said that an “angel” had dictated to him (through Kelley) a system of symbols to be used in a ceremonial context, and would provide the user with a higher understanding of magical and alchemical concepts than human-based writing.
The system was called “Enochian,” and is still in use by occult practitioners today.
It communicates concepts through the juxtaposition of symbols and their relationships to each other, and does not appear to be derived from any written language. Enochian is claimed among its adherents to affect the reader/user on important subconscious levels as well.
This aspect of alien writing has also been mentioned by UFO contactees and abductees.
Alien writing channeled by Pazzaglini.
Pazzaglini’s own alien writing doesn’t resemble anything else that UFO witnesses have reported, with one exception.
There seems to be a spiritual, if not graphic kinship with the scribblings of Betty Andreasson and her family, and this may explain the fascination he had with this case.
Andreasson, whose abduction experiences were chronicled in the Andreasson Affair books by Raymond Fowler, has produced hundreds of pages of a cursive script that almost defies analysis.
After comparing Andreasson’s drawings to various medieval alchemical symbols, Pazzaglini was able to translate one possible sentence out of hundreds.
“If you want to make light solid, show it to the moon.”
While this probably makes little practical sense, it does make for a beautiful sort of poetry.
Pazzaglini once told me that he was in contact with leading abduction researchers who promised to send him examples of alien symbols, but he never got them. Perhaps it was because they wanted to keep the symbols secret to verify the authenticity of future claims, or maybe it was simply their egos getting in the way.
Another study of alien writing has yet to be published, which is unfortunate. Pazzaglini had to self-publish his own monograph.
Admittedly, the study of alien writing would make little sense to a publisher with an eye on the bottom line, but as a contribution to an understanding of extra-human experience, it should be welcomed.
If you missed part one here it is: Alien Writings – Part 1