There are hundreds of claims by government officials and other people about meeting the extraterrestrial beings from Venus and visiting the planet in a spaceship with them. But what would happen if the president of the United States or the first lady disclosed their belief in the visitation of extra-terrestrial? Well, Japan’s first lady did and even reportedly visited Venus.
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In 2009, the wife of the newly elected Prime Minister of Japan, Miyuki Hatoyama wrote in her book, “Very Strange Things I’ve Encountered” that she had not only been abducted by aliens but also visited Venus in a triangular-shaped UFO. She claimed in her book that aliens had taken her on a journey to Venus while she was sleeping one night 20 years before.
Miyuki wrote about her experience:
“While my body was asleep, I think my soul rode on a triangular-shaped UFO and went to Venus. It was a very beautiful place, and it was very green.”
Miyuki Hatoyama is a retired actress, divorcee, stylist, interior designer, and cookbook author. Her bizarre claims did not stop there, she also claimed to had met Tom Cruise in his former incarnation when he was Japanese. She also spoke about meeting him in this life to make a Hollywood film.
“I have a dream that I still believe will come true, which is to make a film in Hollywood,” she said. “The lead actor is Tom Cruise, of course. Why? Because he was Japanese in a previous life.”
In one of her interview, she said: “I believe he’d [Tom Cruise] get it if I said to him ‘Long time no see’ when we meet.”
When Miyuki told about her adventure to her ex-husband, he replied that it was just a dream. But she was confident that her new husband Yukio would have reacted in a different way.
She wrote: “My current husband has a different way of thinking. He would surely say, ‘Oh, that’s great.'”
He reassures the US that Japan was committed to the bilateral alliance, while the former first lady of Japan who is famous for her eccentric behavior amused the media with tales of interplanetary travel and solar breakfasts.
“I eat the sun,” Miyuki said, raising her arms as if to tear pieces off an imaginary sun. “Like this: yum, yum, yum. It gives me enormous energy. My husband has recently started doing that too.”
Yukio Hatoyama, a grandson of former Japan’s Prime Minister, had served the country only 10 months from September 2009 to June 2010. Yukio, then 62, had got the nickname “the Alien” from his parliamentary colleagues for his prominent eyes.
Unfortunately, the story about a visit to Venus did not hit the world news, and one reason may be that the Japanese have a different view of extraterrestrial than western countries.
Since ancient times, the Japanese culture has been depicting alien-like figures (for example Dogu figurines) as gods.
According to Ancient Aliens Season 12, Episode 14, the Japanese contacted aliens thousands of years ago, and the proofs can be found in the teachings of Shintoism.
Besides, there are many high-ranking politicians who believed in the existence of aliens. Former Polish President Lech Walesa shocked everyone with a story about aliens and UFOs. While addressing a public group in the city of Krosno, the retired politician said that he became a supporter of the idea that rational aliens not only exist but can also be dangerous to the Earth.
- Japan’s first lady: ‘Venus is a beautiful place’: The Guardian
- I have been abducted by aliens, says Japan’s first lady: Independent