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Jimi Hendrix’s Extra Terrestrial UFO Experience
Tim Beckley ^ | December 12, 2013 |
Jimi Hendrix Starchild [Book]
The author, Beckley, says, “I can’t say in all honesty that I really knew Jimi Hendrix, but I did see him give a number of really good performances. It was at one of those post- Woodstock concerts where I managed to wind my way backstage. Jimi Hendrix was leaning up against a wall of amps and speakers. As I walked past him, we both just kind of nodded as if we recognized each other, and to this day I can swear I heard him ask me, ‘and what planet are you from pal? Jimi expressed a great interest in matters of an extraterrestrial nature, had admitted seeing UFOs, and once told a reporter from The New York Times that he was really from Mars. And he wasn’t kidding either. David Henderson, in his book The Life of Jimi Hendrix (Bantam), quotes Jimi’s feelings about life on other planets: “There are other people in the solar system, you know, and they have the same feelings too, not necessarily bad feelings, but see, it upsets their way of living for instance – and they are a whole lot heavier than we are. And it’s no war games, because they all keep the same place. But like the solar system is going through a change soon and it’s going to affect the Earth in about 30 years. On several occasions during his career, UFOs just happened to show up while Jimi was giving a concert. During the last days of his life, he performed on the rim of an extinct volcano in Maui. Jimi played three 45-minute sets, says Henderson in his best-seller.