Saturday April 11, 2015
Ardy Sixkiller Clarke
Tonight our guest was UFO researcher and author Dr.
Ardy Sixkiller Clarke.
started out asking her as to her origins, which she indicated growing up with stories of Star People, and her substantial educational career progress.
During her time working at Montana State University, she began collecting Star People stories, and began learning of, and collecting More Recent encounter stories.
When she was semi-retired, a tribe had been awarded a $5M grant which she was asked to evaluate, as part of the grant's requirement.
On her last day there, having a lunch with some women, someone the topic of UFOs came up, and she spoke of some the Star People stories.
One woman insisted Ardy publish the stories so they are not lost to time when Ardy passes.
So Ardy passed on the evaluation gig, and worked on her first book
Encounters with Star People: Untold Stories of American Indians,
and her second book
Sky People: Untold Stories of Alien Encounters in Mesoamerica.
The tribes with which she spoke have little to no access to the same media information as the rest of the country, but reporting the same experiences as in other areas of the country and world.
In Alaska witnesses in the wilderness watched a UFO acquiring an elk.
Ceiling Cat [CC] Barbara Duncan
pointed out a Belize story in Ardy's book a man as a child was met by other children who would lead him to play in nearby woods.
Eventually he realized these were not actually children but disguised aliens.
During one encounter he met a clone of his they were creating.
Henry had told the
the chat room
of the technical difficulties that prevented our airing live: we recorded the show "anyway" for podcast, but the chat room regulars still had and provided questions.
Psi asked if there were any more encounters with the Ant People who'd saved one Hopi tribe by taking them underground.
Ardy was not sure if they were the same insectoid-like aliens was the same of which she was aware.
she was told by a
lived little people, and that a very blonde woman with powers arrived with such Little People.
She was fleeing Someone or Something.
The Zuni were interested, so they stood by and witness the warriors arrived to capture her.
She set off what seemed to be fireworks that destroyed the pursuing warriors until those surivors retreated.
A Nevada native tribe intermingled with such Star People Visitors, which departed with the light skinned offspring and headed north to where there was "a ladder to the sky."
pointed out in Japanese culture north means ghost, so the fact the story referred to north so prominently could be symbolic as well as directional.
Psi followed up his question with another, as to whether the native peoples' were given symbols to use.
Ardy indicated this was probably a life Mystery, passed down orally, and not saved in print.
Henry asked about
Encounters of the Fifth Kind,
though Ardy was more prepared to discuss Sky People, not the Star People.
She did speak of the
Silver Man from the Stars.
She had spoke with a nearly century old man in Belize told that when he was five years old when
came to do research, and the boy became his errand boy.
Eventually Carnagie scientists came to research and paid him even more as he had learned English.
He and friends were encouraged to find relics, and they found a short skeleton in a silver suit with totally foreign writing on it.
A hose went from the helmet to the front of the suit on which were buttons.
The scientists were thrilled and sent it back to the University.
In later years he regretted that as a child he had given away the proof the Mayans had had contact with the space men.
Ardy pointed out how Missing Persons reports in Mesoamerica are a closely guarded secret; that while some are standard crime related, but many are totally unexplained.
She spoke of the
in Mexico are Little People that are considered to be aliens, and other stories/encounters, such as four years ago a man named Salvadore, riddled with cancer was healed by a light beam from a V-shaped craft and occupants therein.
In Guatamala asked about mentions in her books about
humanoid aliens with red eyes
as well as
reptilians with red eyes.
Ardy told of sisters gone to plaza, and heading home,
Another Belize story had aliens Walking Backwards, one of which had someone whose eyes could move to the back of his head.
She indicated Montana is quite a hotspot for UFO activity, but most go unreported.
Ardy gave out her