The Antonio Villas Boas Abduction
An interesting abduction case occurred on October 15-16, 1957. It happened close to a farm at Francisco da Sales (Minais Gerais, Brazil). It is one case where a possible hybridation was performed, featuring a sexual intercourse with a female extraterrestrial.
By Michele Bugliaro Goggia - last modified: April 12, 2007 1:11 PM
Abductions are cases in which an individual is taken aboard a flying saucer for examinations. While contemporary literature reports the bedroom, in this case the abductee is taken in the open air. This interesting abduction case occurred on October 15-16, 1957. It happened close to a farm at Francisco da Sales (Minais Gerais, Brazil). It is one case where a possible hybridation was performed, featuring a sexual intercourse with a female extraterrestrial.
Antonio Villas-Boas (1934-1992), was 23 years old. One night he was working on his field, as the heat was too high during daytime. He noticed twice a shiny object flying around. Quoting Villas Boas:
"The light kept still for a few moments longer in the distance. Now and again it seemed to throw forth rays in all directions, the same as the setting sun, sparkling. Then it suddenly disappeared, as if it had been turned off. I am not quite sure if this is what actually happened, for I cannot remember if I kept looking in the same direction all the time. Maybe for a few seconds I glanced elswhere so it may have lifted up and disappeared before I had the time to look back again."
After that, "a large elongated egg", luminous object landed in front of his tractor. Scared, Antonio jumped and tried to switch on his vehicle but without success. He started to run away. Firstly, a helmed humanoid with grey overalls tried to catch him but the caboclo could ran faster and escape until three other similar humanoids caught the unlucky man by the arms. They brought him inside the UFO. There, Villas Boas could see more humanoids speaking to each other.
All of them wore a very tight-fitting siren-suit, made of soft, thick, unevenly striped gray material. This garment reached reached right up to their necks where it was joined to a kind of helmet made of a grey material that looked stiffer and was strenghthened back at nose level. Their helmets hide everything except their eyes, which were protected by two round glasses, like the lenses in ordinary glasses. Through them, the men looked at him, and their eyes seemed to be much smaller than ours, though he believed that may have been the effect of the lenses.
All of them had light-colored eyes that looked blue to Villas Boas. Above their eyes, those helmets looked so tall that they corresponded to what the double of the size of a normal head should be. Probably there was something else hidden under those helmets, placed on top of their heads, but nothing could be seen from the outside. Right on top, from the middle of their heads, there sprouted three round silvery metal tubes (he couldn't tell whether they were made of metal or of rubber) which were a little narrower than a common garden hose. The tubes, which were placed one in the middle and one on each side of their heads, were smooth and bent backward and downward, toward the back. There they fitted into their clothes.
They were all about his height (1.64 meters tall, in shoes), perhaps a little shorter because of those helmets, except for one of them, the one who had caught hold of the abductee out there: this one did not even reach his chin. All seemed strong but not so strong that had he fought with one of them one at a time he should have been afraid of losing.
Aboard the flying saucer
Inside the spacecraft, Villas Boas was undressed and covered (washed) with a dense odorless liquid. Brought to another room with a sofa, two aliens took samples of his blood from his cheeks and went away. A yellow gas filled the room, which made Antonio puke.
One hour later, a naked alien woman entered the room: she was 1.35 meters high, blond, slim, her arms covered with freckles, and the down was red. Following Villas Boas himself:
"She came in slowly, unhurriedly, perhaps a little amused at the amazement she saw written on my face. I starred, open-mouthed... she was beautiful, though of a different type of beauty compared with that of the women I have known. Her hair was blonde, nearly white (like hair dyed in peroxide), it was smooth, not very thick, with a part in the center and she had big blue eyes, rather longer than round, for they slanted outward, like those pencil-drawn girls made to look like Arabian princesses, that look as if they were slit ... except that they were natural; there was no makeup.
Her nose was straight, not pointed, not turned-up, nor too big. The contour of her face was different, though, because she had very high, prominent cheekbones that made her face narrowed to a peak, so that all of a sudden it ended in a pointed chin, which gave the lower part of her face a very pointed look. Her lips were very thin, nearly invisible in fact. Her ears, which I only saw later, were small and did not seem different from ordinary ears.
Her high cheekbones gave one the impression that there was a broken bone somewhere underneath, but as I discovered later, they were soft and fleshy to the touch, so they did not seem to made of bone. Her body was much more beautiful than any I had ever seen before. It was slim, and her breasts stood up high and well-separated. Her waistline was thin, her belly flat, her hips well-developed, and her thighs were large. Her feet were small, her hands long and narrow. Her fingers and nails were normal. She was much shorter than I am, her head only reached my shoulder... Her skin was white (as that of our fair woman here) and she was full of freckles on her arms. I didn't notice any perfume... except for a natural female odor... And another thing I noticed was the hair in her armpits was bright red, nearly the color of blood."
Believe or not, a sexual intercourse was engaged by her. Such relationship was short, but normal (if we can say so). His "pleasure" was sometimes disturbed by what Antonio discribed in his report as "the growling sounds the woman sometimes made" that made him uncomfortably realise that he was in the presence of an animal. Villas Boas later stated the female avoided kisses. Before leaving the room, she pointed her belly and then the sky. Just then, she left.
He was then brought to another room where Villas Boas could dress himself again. He waited while two aliens were appearently "discussing". It's curious to note that, as soon as he noticed and tried to grab a kind of "clock", the two humanoids intervened to avoid it. At last, he was allowed to go out.
Comments on the abduction of Villas Boas
Culturally humble, the story told by Antonio Villas-Boas is perfectly logical and without contredictions. After that night, he suffered of irritations, nervousness, sleeplessness. Dr. Olavo T. Fontès discovered several strange things while examining Villas Boas body. The abductee was exposed to massive amounts of radiation and would experience radiation poisoning for a considerable time. On the area where his blood was taken, the skin lacked in pigment. It was also softer and thinner there, as if new skin had grown over. Quoting researcher Bruce Rux:
"Relunctant to tell his story, Boas was convinced by Dr. Olavo T. Fontès, Professor of Medicine at the National School of Medicine of Brazil and also an APRO representitive, to publicly relate what happened, which he did on February 22 of the following year to Fontes, journalist Joas Martins, and a Brazilian military intelligence agent. Boas had been found to be suffering from radiation poisoning, and Fontes was curious. Among the symptoms were pains throughout the body, nausea, headaches, loss of appetite, ceasless burning sensations in the eyes, cutaneous lesions at the slightest of light bruising...which went on appearing for months, looking like small reddish nodules, harder than the skin around them and proturberant, painful when touched, each with a small central orifice yeilding a yellowish thin waterish discharge. The skin surrounding the wounds presented a hyperchromatic violet-tinged area. The military intelligence man interrogated Boas, and he was subjected to a battery of physical and psychological tests. The most conservative of ufologists accept his abduction as an actual occurrence."
I believe the behaviour of the humanoids were coherent with a situation like the one described: before being sure the subject was suitable, they took samples and prepared him for the aim, purifying his organism (the gas could have been a germicide). The aliens used a solution to ease the sexual excitement, despite the weird situation. The female extraterrestrial, in fact, started a temptative approach, avoiding any exchange of organic fluids. Last, it's interesting no Grays are involved.
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