Wednesday, February 29
Russian Politician Abducted By Aliens
I wondered who Kirsan Ilyumzhinov actually was or is. I discovered that he is a former head of the Buddhist Kalykia region in southern Russia and is the elected head of the World Chess Federation. He is a millionaire and his heroes are Genghis Khan, the Dalai Lama and Bobby Fischer and ... he has been abducted by aliens!
Yes, a Russian politician, who has openly given interviews about UFOs and being abducted.
His abduction happened on September 17th, 1997 when aliens appeared on his Moscow apartment balcony travelling via a transparent tube. He is quoted as saying:
"I was reading my book, watching television and had almost fallen asleep. Then I felt that someone was calling. I would not have believed it, if I had not had three witnesses—my driver, my minister and my aide. The extraterrestrials put a yellow spacesuit on me. They gave me a tour of the spaceship and showed me the command center. I felt very comfortable with them."
He also told UK's Guardian newspaper, "They took me from my apartment and we went aboard their ship. We flew to some kind of star. They put a spacesuit on me, told me many things and showed me around. They wanted to demonstrate that UFOs do exist."
A further quote of his, about the aliens, said, "They are people like us. They have the same mind, the same vision. I talked with them, I understand that we are not alone in this whole world. We are not unique. I am not a crazy man. But after I gave the first interview to Radio Freedom in Russian five years ago, thousands - not hundred - thousands of people wrote me letters and called me on the phone saying, ‘Kirsan, you are a politician and you aren’t afraid to speak about it.'"
Ilyumzhinov also believes that chess may have come from space: "My theory is that chess comes from space. Why? Because the same rules, 64 squares black and white and same rules in Japan, in China, in Qatar, in Mongolia, in Africa. The rules are the same. Why? I think it seems maybe it is from space."
Okay, UFOs and aliens, why not? But chess from outer space, now that's stretching it a bit, isn't it ... bishops, castles, knights ... no, surely not.
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