Alien Abductee Displays Paintings of Abduction at Jersey City Spaceship Salon

Friday, 05 September 2014 - 5:14PM
Friday, 05 September 2014 - 5:14PM
Alien Abductee Displays Paintings of Abduction at Jersey City Spaceship Salon

Hoboken artist David Huggins, who was purportedly abducted by aliens repeatedly over the course of his life, will display depictions of his abduction experiences at Balance, a boutique that is decorated to look like a spaceship.

 

Packaged Alien:

[Credit: NewJersey.com]

 

"I feel the aliens want me to talk about my experiences, that's why I did the paintings," he said. "People really like the paintings and ask me all types of questions. I just enjoy showing them."

 

Huggins claims that he was first visited by an alien when he was eight years old, whom he dubbed "Little Big Foot." Aliens continued to visit him for many years after that, leaving him with "partial amnesia." He regained his memories after attending the Harmonic Convergence in 1987, and has been creating his oil paintings ever since. 

 

One of his paintings, called "Leaving the House," depicts the aliens, whom he classifies as Grays, pulling him towards a UFO. Another, called "Baby Being Shown," shows a female alien called Crescent with an alien-human baby. Huggins claims that he and Crescent entered into a romantic and sexual relationship, and that they had 60 hybrid children together. He claims that he taught the aliens to compassionately care for the part-human children. 

 

Baby Being Shown:

[Credit: NewJersey.com]

 

He described Crescent as follows: "She has black hair which may or may not be a wig. She has large, almond-shaped eyes. Her face is rather pale. She has thin lips and a small nose. Her chin is more pointed."

 

Implant:

[Credit: NewJersey.com]

 

Being Shown My Son:

[Credit: NewJersey.com]

 

By sharing his work, he hopes to inspire research on an aspect of alien abduction that has gone overlooked: "Most, if not all, the people I have met who have been involved with this...are very creative. Writers, painters, musicians, you name it. It seems to be an aspect of this phenomenon that no one is seriously looking into."

 

The exhibit begins today, September 5, and will be accompanied by a drag performance by Zondra Foxx.

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