Dino Kraspedon

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Dino Kraspedon (1905–2004) was the pen name of Brazilian Aladino Felix, who claimed to be contacted by a person who was from another inhabited planet.[1][2] Much information of a scientific (mainly astrophysics), medical, and moral nature is given in his book.[3]

Biography[edit]

He was born in Pedra do Baú and died in Uberaba, Minas Gerais.[citation needed] In 1959 he published Meu Contato com os discos voadores (My Contact with Flying Saucers).[2][4] The book tells the story of his claimed contact with a flying saucer commander, at Dino Kraspedon's home. The extraterrestrial visitor was given a lengthy Q&A interview by Mr. Kraspedon in which he explained advanced concepts in physics and gave insights on how to improve humanities social conditions on earth. Later he publicly clarified that he did not witness the male human extraterrestrial leaving or entering any spacecraft.[1] Mr. Kraspedon correctly predicted that there would be a period of terrorism and ironically was arrested for suspicion of being a terrorist in 1968 .[1][2][4]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c The New Conspiracy Reader. 2004. ISBN 0-8065-2542-8. ... of the activities of Brazilian contactee/terrorist Dino Kraspedon, the nom de guerre of Aladino Felix, who underwent an alleged contact experience in ... 
  2. ^ a b c Eccentric Lives and Peculiar Notions. 1999. ISBN 0-932813-67-4. Under the name Dino Kraspedon, Felix in 1959 published My Contact with Flying Saucers, describing his first encounter some years earlier with planetary ... 
  3. ^ My Contact with UFO's by Dino Kraspedon
  4. ^ a b Turn Off Your Mind. The Disinformation Company. ISBN 0-9713942-3-7. ... as well as a wave of political terrorism in Sao Paulo, the Brazilian Dino Kraspedon, author of My Contact with Flying Saucers (1959), was arrested on ... 

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