Interdimensional Beings, Aliens From Dimensions That Coexist Alongside Our Own?

Interdimensional beings or intelligence refer to entities that exist in dimensions beyond our own, which may be considered theoretical or real.

Although they are commonly associated with science fiction, fantasy, and the supernatural, some ufologists claim that interdimensional beings are real entities.

The Interdimensional Hypothesis

The interdimensional hypthesis, proposed by ufologists such as Jacques Vallée, posits that UFOs and related phenomena, like alien sightings, may be caused by beings from other dimensions or universes that coexist alongside ours. These entities are sometimes referred to as visitors from another universe.


In other words, ufologists like Jacques Vallée propose that aliens are real entities, but they exist in another dimension or reality that coexists with our own, rather than in our own dimension.

This theory provides an alternate explanation to the extraterrestrial hypothesis, which posits that aliens are advanced beings from other planets in our own universe.

The interdimensional hypothesis suggests that UFOs are a contemporary manifestation of a phenomenon that has been present throughout human history and that in ancient times was attributed to mythological or supernatural entities. This is often called the Ancient Astronaut theory.


Even though a significant number of ufologists and people worldwide believe in the existence of extraterrestrial life, many ufologists and paranormal researchers have adopted the interdimensional hypothesis as a more coherent explanation for the UFO phenomenon.

Paranormal investigator Brad Steiger has stated that "we are dealing with a multidimensional paraphysical phenomenon that primarily originates from Earth."


Other ufologists, such as John Ankerberg and John Weldon, who also support the interdimensional hypothesis, suggest that UFO sightings can be explained as part of a spiritual phenomenon.

Ankerberg and Weldon commented that the behavior of UFOs does not match the characteristics one would expect of extraterrestrial visitors, and it contrasts with the Extraterrestrial hypothesis, they wrote "the UFO phenomenon simply does not behave like extraterrestrial visitors."


The idea of the Interdimensional Hypothesis was further developed in the book "UFOs: Operation Trojan Horse" published in 1970 by John Keel, where he linked UFOs with supernatural concepts, such as ghosts and demons.

Some supporters of the Extraterrestrial Hypothesis have adopted some aspects of the Interdimensional Hypothesis as it provides a more coherent explanation for how "aliens" could traverse the vast distances of space.


The vast distances between stars make interstellar travel using traditional methods infeasible, and as no antigravity engine or other technology for faster-than-light travel has been discovered, the Interdimensional Hypothesis appears to be a more logical explanation.

According to this theory, it is not necessary to use any method of propulsion as it posits that UFOs are not spacecraft, but devices that travel between different realities. However, this theory still requires some sort of mechanism for transitioning from one reality to the other.


British researcher Hilary Evans, who has written extensively on UFOs and other paranormal phenomena, suggests that one benefit of the Interdimensional Hypothesis is that it can account for the ability of UFOs to appear and disappear both visually and on radar. According to this theory, interdimensional UFOs can enter and leave our dimension at will, allowing them to materialize and dematerialize.


On the other hand, Evans argues that if the other dimension is slightly more advanced than our own, or perhaps represents our own future, this would explain why UFOs often seem to possess technologies that are advanced beyond what is currently possible on Earth.

Declassified FBI document - beings from other dimensions exist

While the idea of interdimensional beings and their ability to materialize and dematerialize their spacecraft may sound like something from a science fiction movie, there is a declassified, top-secret document in the FBI archives that mentions this concept. The document suggests that such beings and their abilities are real.


Here are the key points of the report:

Some disks have a crew on board, while others are operated remotely.

The mission of these visitors is peaceful and they are considering settling on Earth.

These visitors are similar in appearance to humans but are much larger in size.

They originate from a different world, not from the Earth.

They do not come from a physical planet as we understand it, but rather from an etheric planet that coexists within our own and is not visible to us.


Upon entering the vibration frequency of our physical matter, the bodies of the visitors and their crafts automatically become tangible.

The flying saucers possess a form of radiant energy or beam that can easily disintegrate any hostile vessel. They can re-enter the etheric realm at will and therefore disappear from our sight without a trace.

The place from which they hail is not the "astral plane," but rather corresponds to the Lokas or Talas. Those familiar with esoteric concepts will be familiar with these terms.


It is likely that they cannot be contacted by radio, but can possibly be reached by radar if a suitable signaling system is developed for that purpose.