Cosmic Giftedness

Maureen Seaberg
4 min readMar 14, 2021

The Eleven Percent Of Humanity Interacting With UFOs Have Special Brains

Aerial phenomena over New York City in broad daylight in June 2019. Author’s own unedited photo taken with Samsung phone in moving car. A silver glint above the topmost cloud inspired the photo. When it was taken, the multiple plasma-like orbs became apparent.

UFOs are not real just because the United States Navy and the New York Times say they are per the 2017 front page story about the U.S.S. Nimitz and the phenomena.

I mean no disrespect to our brave military forces (thank you all) and the New York Times (with whom I had a very positive experience as a stringer for several years). They added their imprimatur to the issue to great effect on the worldwide conversation we are now engaged in a few years ago.

But c’mon. Humanity is being spoon-fed the truth by some of the same organizations which helped hide the truth for at least 70 years since the Roswell event occurred — namely, the government and major, commercial media. Are we supposed to be grateful now?

The reason the phenomena are real — perhaps realer than real — is that everyday men, women and children have been reporting contact and interaction with UFOs and off-world or interdimensional intelligence for millennia. Its legitimacy resides in the grass roots of humanity and to decode it we must cherish this. The experiencers of it have been shunned, ridiculed, harassed, threatened and worse as whistleblowers. What about them — they who were apparently right all along?

The author’s picture clarified with three levels of Topaz Labs A.I. software: Sharpen, DeNoise and Gigapixel.

I have been researching the topic for a few years now, interacting with the men and women on the street experiencing the phenomena — the salt of the earth I like to call the Cosmic Bohème — as well as some high-placed researchers and deep governmental insiders of the topic. I have come to a couple of conclusions:

Firstly, at the most sophisticated levels — governmental, military, elite religious, intelligence and high-tech business circles — these phenomena and related “weird science and freaking magic” (WSFM in insider parlance) such as psychic phenomena and “paranormal” experiences are accepted, researched, courted and celebrated — and then secreted and strategically leveraged. These phenomena are not “paranormal” at all — they are on the high end of the normal continuum of experience though extraordinary and have happened globally and throughout time. But in…

Maureen Seaberg

Coauthor of Struck by Genius: How a Brain Injury Made Me a Mathematical Marvel (HMH). Published in the New York Times, National Geographic, Psychology Today.