A re-published, slightly edited and expanded, article from June 2009. Formerly on my website, Looking into the Dark Places
During the mid 90s I was very fortunate to have spent a lot of time with some native Australian families east of Perth. They were Nyungar people. It was an education for me in so many ways; and many times, in conversation with these amazing people I noticed that some of their words sounded very…well…Egyptian. At this time I had very little knowledge of ancient Egypt, in fact I’ve always had an aversion to its culture. I did however notice these things.
The second paragraph is not necessarily true, or the only reason for the presence of this DNA. – Ellis
Female Milab from Australia:
“A spiritual warrior is one who RESISTS any and all attempts at the corruption of their mind/soul matrix. A spiritual warrior does not follow the flow of the turbid stream of mediocrity, homogenization and annihilation. A spiritual warrior defends to the bitter end– individuality, humanity, innocence, truth, beauty and decency. This world is in dire need of more people who are willing to go to their grave for these principles.”
“To preface my two-part article and interview with Lilu, a female milab from Australia, I find it important to discuss a few important issues about the milab experience itself. My understanding of a milab is a genuine alien abductee who also remembers interactions with a military human element and/or a shadow government faction in or out of their alien encounters. The military presence may appear to be in collusion with aliens, and may also appear to be opposed to the alien agenda, for example when the abductee recalls being interrogated by the military about what transpired, in search of “alien technology” regarding their alien encounters. In short, a milab is:”