Many of the supposed close encounter contacts with aliens, prior to the late Hippie era 1970’s did not mention Sirius, until the book, entitled, The Sirius Mystery was published by St Martin’s press during 1976, authored by Robert K. G. Temple.
When to read Temple’s book, you might conclude that his surname is somewhat apt. Of a curious aside, 1976 reduces down, of numerology, to the notorious number twenty-three, and thence to the number five of pentagram, whose traditional colour association is red.
It just so happens, that Johnny Sands, a country-western singer living in Las Vegas, saw in the sandy desert one fateful night, a 60-foot craft at about 1000 feet altitude, shaped like the Goodyear blimp, with portholes around the circumference on the 29th of January 1976.
The object appeared to land; Sands then saw two humanoid figures approaching him, the author Carlos Castaneda would term as being…
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