Oscar-winner Goldie Hawn allegedly had a divine close encounter with the third kind.
The actress recently visited the Apple Fitness+ podcast Time to Walk to discuss her early struggles with stardom. And while she was on the topic, she recalled coming face to face with a pair of aliens just as she was coming into her career.
As Hawn detailed with the host, she was around 20 at the time, and she was in a part of the California desert that had earned a reputation for having “a lot of UFO sightings.”
When the incident happened, Goldie Hawn was taking a nap in her friend’s car after spending the day dancing in the sand. She awoke to a “high-pitched sound.”
“It was this high, high frequency,” she explained. “And I looked out the window, and I saw these two or three triangular-shaped heads.”
The now 77-year-old explained that the aliens were silver, had “tiny” noses, slashes for mouths, and “no ears.”
Goldie Hawn Remembered More of Her Encounter with the Help of an Astrophysicist
Goldie Hawn sought help from a University of Champaign, Illinois, astrophysicist later in her life. She wanted to know more about her encounter, and the specialist was able to trigger more memories from that day.
“It was kind of like regression therapy or something,” she continued. “I am, like, almost in a trance. And suddenly, I remembered something. They touched my face.”
Hawn said the physical contact “felt like the finger of God,” and it “was the most benevolent, loving feeling. This was powerful. It was filled with light.”
Then Hawn recalled the aliens pointing at her. And when they did, she could no longer move.
“I was paralyzed … I didn’t know if it was real or not real,” she shared.
Goldie Hawn said she had another otherworldly experience in London some years later. She said it began as a dream where she saw six lights over “some little mountains up across the valley.” Curious, she drove to a spot that looked like the valley in the dream, and she found a heart-shaped crop circle carved in it.
She admitted she didn’t think much about the symbolism of the heart.
“I don’t want to know everything. We cut ourselves off from a lot of things if we continue to deny something that we have no proof of. There’s a lot of things in this world that we can’t see,” she continued. “But we can’t stop believing. We can never, ever lose our wonder. It’s just no fun. It’s really an important aspect of being an adventurer, where nothing is impossible.”
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