After seeing a UFO or an extraterrestrial (ET), would you share your experience with others? Odds are that tons of people out there have had encounters with ETs, but were too scared to come forward. There is a huge stigma surrounding UFO and ET phenomena, which is largely due to mainstream media and Hollywood.
It’s no secret that the U.S. government has been discussing UFOs for quite some time; leaked FBI documents, emails from the Clinton campaign, the black budget secret space program, and even quotes from former U.S. presidents have confirmed that. Even the Vatican has addressed extraterrestrial intelligence, yet many people will simply brush off this subject as if it’s a joke.
Well, that’s not the case for Spanish artist Robert Llimós. After seeing a UFO and ETs face to face, he was inspired to share his experiences through his art. By painting what he saw, he hopes to desensitize people to ETs so that hopefully, if and when they finally return, people won’t be scared of their appearances.
Robert Llimós’ Experience Meeting ETs
While on vacation in Brazil, Robert went for a walk on his own. Bringing a pencil and some paper, he set out to adventure through the dunes. He found a place to sit and soon realized he was directly in front of a UFO.
Here are some of his illustrations depicting his experience:
Robert explains, “A window opened with two figures looking at me.”
“They had a regal bearing, with long necks, deformed skulls and black eyes. She was wearing a small tiara on her head.”
Robert believes that the extraterrestrials who visited him chose to contact him because of his painting and sculpting skills. He feels that they were aware of his artistic abilities and that they knew he could accurately portray their appearances. Despite their diverse physical characteristics, Robert felt as though they weren’t trying to harm him, but rather help him.
Robert explains, “They are like older brothers who want to help us, not harm us.”
“My role is to reduce the fear of them before they make their return. I make this work so you are not scared of seeing a figure with a long neck and scales. Perhaps in 20 years, people will have seen these figures and then they’ll say, ‘That crazy man was right!’ “
It hasn’t always been easy for Robert. “Some of the people around me understand and accept this, and some don’t. I know it’s hard to believe. I have to believe a lot of things that I don’t see. When I draw them, they become tangible. I’d like to see them again,” he says.
You can check out more of Robert’s artwork on his website here. If you’re interested in listening to Robert’s story, told by him, you can check out this VICE interview here, which is where I sourced his quotes within this article.
Many people seem to think that ET phenomena are a joke, which is primarily due to lack of disclosure and the stigma surrounding the topic. In reality, there are so many government documents and emails as well as countless reported human encounters with UFOs and ETs that it would be ignorant to deny the facts.