“Felice Picano: From a Distant Planet” by Ian Ayres



Antennae rise out of Felice Picano’s head. I blink and they are gone. Maybe I just thought I saw antennae. Reading about all those people who are convinced that “aliens walk among us disguised as humans” probably wasn’t a good idea before this interview. According to new research, however, alien-like forms have been found in pre-historic cave drawings. In fact, highly acclaimed scientists/astronomers such as Carl Sagan and Stephen Hawking believe in the probability of extraterrestrial life. Even the United States government, during a brief lapse in denying any knowledge of UFO crashes or alien autopsies, funded the SETI Institute (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence). And what about the huge stone faces on Easter Island, the mystery of Stonehenge, and the beauty of crop circles?

Perhaps it is not only to us Earthlings that Felice Picano is known as a popular cultural icon. I can’t help but wonder if other…

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