"Allies from the realm of shadows"
The other case is derived from an autobiography of a well-known in the late 19 century medium Lady d'Esperance (magazine "Rebus" ¹ 17, 1897). She claims that from her early childhood she was being visited by some "allies from the realm of shadows" whom she feared. Her another peculiarity was somnambulism - nocturnal wandering around the spacious house and garden without waking up.
This is what she tells: "We were often given compositions at school. That time we, four other girls and me, were given the topic 'nature'. I was the youngest of the five and, as I saw it, the less talented for literary works, which always caused me a lot of trouble. <...> I spent hours trying to pen at least something but the results were only spoiled paper, headache and tears. <...> Going to the dormitory that evening I took a candle and a pen with me hoping to make another attempt in the night silence. But other girls, to my great sorrow, did not approve of the burning candle and I, exhausted by desperate sobs, finally fell asleep.
Next page morning when I stooped to pick up the paper scattered on the floor, I found the sheets covered all over in a minute handwriting by what proved a sound composition on the topic 'nature'. To my great surprise the hand was undoubtedly mine, though the conveyed ideas showed a much stronger intellect and the expressed views were at sharp variance with my age".
Here also we see that the creatures of parallel world got into contact with the child from her early childhood, without any consciously made steps towards it on her part, and also operated her body like an automatic machine during sleep. The most interesting here is their writing in her hand in her utter ignorance of what is being written, expressing thoughts absolutely alien to her, corresponding to neither her age nor experience.
Let us now return to the present. In the Byelorussian newspaper "NLO" ("UFO"), ¹ 12, November 1990, journalist Dmitriy Novikov, noted for his keen interest to the problem of paranormal phenomena, furnished a section of related news items concerned with various contacts with UFO. It contained, among many other, a following report:
"Once a thirteen-year-old Svetlana (on her and her parents' request I omit here her surname) woke up at night. The clock showed three. She got up to leave the room. There was a sudden flash which made her look at the window. There, faraway over the forest were hanging three oval light-green objects. In a moment they started to flicker and then something seemed to part from them. Then suddenly three humanlike creatures appeared in the room luminescent with the same light-green gleam. <...> Then a lapse of memory followed. Svetlana came to herself at the opposite corner of the room, reclining against the wall. There was a heavy dull ache in two distinct points in her head. Next page morning she felt giddy, her hands trembled. <...> But soon some other after-effects of the contact came to light. The girl's memory became frighteningly quick (even long pieces of poetry she remembered on reading twice or thrice) [hypermnesia in medical texts - Heg.N]. She could easily do without sleep for two or three days, no fatigue felt. In about a year after the contact Svetlana discovered an extraordinary gift for writing poetry, as well as a strange ability of putting people into hypnotic sleep".
Here is another form of CPW self-express. If in the first two cases they acted quite independently from their human "conductors", here they transmit poetical information into the child's mind in her full consciousness. Such telepathy was described by G. Klerambo in 1930 as the higher psychic automatism in the sphere of ideation which includes: forced thinking, thought interpolation (felt by the patient as 'inserted thoughts'), thought blockage (usually described by the patient as 'thought deprivation'), repetitive and obsessive thoughts, 'crowding in' or even 'echoing' of thoughts (which may interfere with the course of the patient's thinking), etc. (Rybalsky M.I., "Illusions and hallucinations", Baku, 1983, p.72 (in Russian); cf. Rees L., "A Short Textbook of Psychiatry", London, 1988, p. 133-134).
But despite the mentioned difference the three above cases were equally initiated by CPW on their own choice. I would like to mention here that the creatures of parallel world use two different approaches to establishing contacts with people. The first is characterised by their intrusion into the medium's life without any conscious choice on his part, in the second they need the recipient's consent to get into contact. In such cases they have to allure people (usually with the help of their constant mediums) seducing them, for example, by an offer of paranormal abilities, and provoking to show their willingness for "collaboration" by certain actions necessary for the communication.
Something prevents CPW from communicating most people exclusively on their own choice, though such 'connecting up' to as many human beings as possible is precisely what constitutes their utmost desire. The central goal of their centuries-old toil at "educating" the mankind is a robot-man, man-zombi [is the term correct?]. To control man's thoughts and emotions, feelings and actions is the ultimate task the creatures of parallel world put all their effort to. What keeps them as yet far from their goal will be shown in the following chapters.
A typical instance of a vivid and explicit presence of a creature of the superfine world in a child creative activity is drawn in the newspaper "Komsomolskaya Pravda" for February 4, 1990. A whole type page here is given up to the unique poetical talent of Vika Vetrova (born 1979). The article concentrates mostly on the girl's works dated by the year of 1989 and especially on the highly informative and strikingly sincere interview with the young poetess' father. Some details of the manner of her writing is of special importance for our theme.