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Sunday, August 7, 2011

E.T. Art: Close Encounters With UFOs Inspire Bizarre Art At MUFON 2011

Extraterrestrial Art

Phoenix-based E.T. sculptor Cynthia Crawford creates busts of what she claims are people of various alien races. She says the blue skinned Pleiadian people pictured here are are exceptionally spiritual and live in peace and unconditional love. Crawford sells her E.T. artworks for up to $200 online and at UFO conventions like the recent MUFON Symposium 2011 in Irvine, Ca.
Cynthia Crawford says these busts represent the blue-skinned Pleiadian people, who she says are exceptionally spiritual and live in peace and unconditional love. She sells the E.T. artworks for up to $200 and claims the busts have healing powers.
The first rule of art is to base it on something you know.
For Cynthia Crawford, a former executive secretary in Phoenix, Ariz., that meant basing her sculptures on aliens.
"I've spent my life having contact [with E.T.s] and in 2003, I just began sculpting them," Crawford told HuffPost Weird News while selling her wares -- a line of alien sculptures at the MUFON Symposium 2011, UFO convention held July 29-31 in Irvine, Calif.
Nearly 500 people showed up to discuss serious scientific principles surrounding UFOs and extraterrestrials as well as to sell a variety of related goods, such as crystal skulls, flying saucer-shaped rocks and conspiracy theory DVDs of all types.
And, of course, there were lots of artists like Crawford, who was hoping to connect attendees with the E.T. sculpture just right for them.
You see, Crawford's relationship with E.T.s is what might be called up close and personal. She claims to be an E.T. hybrid from a government experiment and said she remembers being taken to underground military medical facilities for testing and examinations during her childhood. She also said she endured numerous alien abductions, examinations and impregnations, as well as miraculous healings.