So Mr. Kunicich what is your stance on Aliens? Since you were so moved, should we grant these aliens amnesty? How about giving them drivers licenses and healthcare and maybe even Social Security benefits… Maybe you should get yourself checked out for possible mental illness, never mind President Bush. I wonder if you have had any revelations about past lives with Shirley, maybe you were the Calaphite in a past life…
Serious people is this a man you want as the next President of the United States? Well at least he doesn’t stand a chance against Hillary, not that she is a much better choice…
Kucinich sees UFO, new book claims
Posted by Mark Naymik October 22, 2007 16:25PM
Democratic presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich has seen a UFO, writes Shirley MacLaine in her new book, “Sage-Ing While Age-Ing.”
Kucinich, she writes on page143-144 of the book, “had a close sighting over my home in Graham, Washington, when I lived there. Dennis found his encounter extremely moving. The smell of roses drew him out to my balcony where, when he looked up, he saw a gigantic triangular craft, silent, and observing him. It hovered, soundless, for ten minutes or so, and sped away with a speed he couldn’t comprehend. He said he felt a connection in his heart and heard directions in his mind.”
Representatives of Kucinich’s presidential campaign and congressional office have not responded to calls and e-mail asking whether the Cleveland Democratic congressman in fact saw a UFO or if there is another explanation for MacLaine’s recollection.
MacLaine is a well-known believer of UFOs and reincarnation. And she’s been close to Kucinich for decades. MacLaine is the godmother of Kucinich’s daughter and attended Kucinich’s 2005 Cleveland wedding to third wife, Elizabeth, who’s often campaigning by his side.
MacLaine also recommended in the 1980s that Kucinich visit New Mexico spiritual adviser Chris Griscom, whom MacLaine featured in her then-best-selling book, “Dancing in the Light,” describing how Griscom helped her communicate with trees. (Kucinich has insisted that Griscom was not his spiritual adviser but a “teacher and a very good friend.”)
MacLaine, who shares Kucinich’s opposition to using weapons in space, doesn’t shed any more light in her book on Kucinich’s close encounter, including when it happened. But to read more about MacLaine’s beliefs, pick up a copy of the book. It goes on sale next month — on Election Day.