Aladino Félix

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Aladino Félix
Pedra do Baú
Died1985(1985-00-00) (aged 79–80)
Pen nameDino Kraspedon
Notable worksMeu Contato com os discos voadores

Aladino Félix (1905–1985), better known by his pen name Dino Kraspedon, was a Brazilian author, right-wing paramilitary leader, and self-proclaimed messiah of the Jewish people, who claimed in a 1959 book to have been contacted by an extraterrestrial from Jupiter.[1][2][3] Much information of a scientific (mainly astrophysics), medical, and moral nature is given in his book.[4]


Félix was born in Pedra do Baú and is reported to have died in 1985.[1] Félix served in the army in World War II.[1] In 1959 Félix under his pen name Dino Kraspedon published Meu Contato com os discos voadores (My Contact with Flying Saucers) .[3][5] The book tells the story of his claimed contact with a flying saucer commander, at his home. Félix (as Dino Kraspedon) wrote that he gave the extraterrestrial visitor was given a lengthy Q&A interview in which the visitor explained advanced concepts in physics and gave insights on how to improve humanity's social conditions on earth. Félix (as Dino Kraspedon), later publicly clarified that he did not witness the male human extraterrestrial leaving or entering any spacecraft.[2]

Under his pen name Dino Kraspedon, Félix appeared to correctly predict that there would be a period of terrorism. However Félix seems to have been motivated to fulfill his own prediction since a 2018 Brazilian investigative journalism report revealed that in 1967-68 Félix himself was actually leading a group of 14 police officers in a false flag operation committing acts of terrorism in coordination with a general with close ties to Brazil's right wing dictatorship. The terrorist acts included detonating 14 bombs, stealing arms and explosives and robbing a bank. Evidence shows this terrorism was carried out in order to allow the dictatorship a pretense for tightening their repression of Brazilian society.[1] Aladino Félix was arrested and charged with terrorism in 1968 and served three years in prison.[2][3][5][1]



  1. ^ a b c d e Phillips, Dom (2018-10-03). "Brazil cult leader who 'contacted aliens' backed dictatorship with terror attacks, documents show". The Guardian. Retrieved 2018-10-03.
  2. ^ 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 ...
  3. ^ a b c Eccentric Lives and Peculiar Notions. 1999. ISBN 0-932813-67-4. My Contact with Flying Saucers
  4. ^ My Contact with UFOs by Dino Kraspedon
  5. ^ 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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