Benjamin Solari Parravicini, the man who told the prophecies of the alien invasion


According to the prophecies, aliens will dominate the planet
Benjamin Solari Parravicini was an Argentine prophet, painter, plastic artist and sculptor well known for his prophecies related to the alien invasion and presidential mandates from different parts of the world. Man has predicted many situations in the last century and was only taken seriously when his words about the fall of the Twin Towers made sense. Now, all this knowledge was acquired because, according to him, entities from other worlds communicated through telepathic messages.

Parravicini captured all these messages in psychographs, totally strange and futuristic drawings on ancient folios. According to recent data, there are more than 700 of these illustrations distributed among the people who were close to the prophet at the time. In fact, some of them are in the power of the depository Bibiana Bryson, who has given statements about one of Parravicini’s encounters with extraterrestrial beings.

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Parravicini told many prophecies before he died
Bibiana Bryson talks about one of Parravicini’s extraterrestrial experiences in the heart of Buenos Aires. He says that it was in the 1960s that the prophet came face to face with some beings completely rare to be of this world and described them as people of human appearance but with a height greater than 2 meters, eyes so clear that they could become almost white. The same thing happened with their skin, they did not have a specific skin tone, they were too pale and with platinum-plated hair.

From then on, the prophetic messages and futuristic drawings called psychographs began. In each of them he left legends, so that the spectator could understand what he was capturing. In one of them there is an alien ship and Parravicini explained that it was about alien existence and science’s determination to deny the obvious. He said that science would deny the existence of these beings until one day they would begin to doubt their own beliefs and, after that, accept that we are not alone.