Riley Martin began having alien encounters when he was seven. He says he was taken aboard an alien spacecraft to a huge mothership in the rings of Saturn. Their computers downloaded into his brain the history of humanity, alien insights, and beautiful symbols by the thousands. He has chronicled his experiences in the book "The Coming of Tan."
Alien contactee Riley Martin shared his experiences aboard a mothership near Saturn, where he learned about a race called the Biaviians (BE-AH-VEANS). Martin claims to have been taken to the Biaviian spacecraft as a small child, though for 35 years he did not remember this childhood encounter, he explained. While aboard the mothership, Martin said the Biaviians downloaded "digital-neurological scenarios" from their alien archives into his brain, which gave him knowledge of the secrets of the universe, as well as the ability to relieve pain with mere touch.Having lost their capacity for "extreme emotions," Martin said the logic-bound Biaviians admire mankind's passionate nature, which he noted as one of the reasons they continue to interact with humans. ... More »Host: Ian Punnett
During the middle two hours of the program, author Riley Martin discussed his experiences aboard a mothership near Saturn and his interactions with an alien race called the Biaviians. He said the recent photos taken by the Cassini spacecraft of a brightly illuminated object above Saturn show the alien mothership he visited on several occasions.Martin's story began in Northeastern Arkansas in 1953 when, according to him, he saw lights in the sky above the St. Francis River. Martin claims to have heard voices calling him to the river one night, where he witnessed two beings descending from a spaceship. The aliens, called Tan and Nela, brought Martin aboard their craft and took him to a mothership orbiting near Saturn. Martin described the mothership as 40 km (28 mi) across with domed gardens and powered by "hydrogen-fed fusion cores."Martin said the Biaviian civilization is located 450 light years from earth, but the aliens can travel that distance in a mere 4 1/2 years. Acc ... More »Host: George Noory
Alien contactee Riley Martin (thecomingoftan.com) joined Barbara on Sunday evening. He chatted about his encounters with the 'Biavians,' a group of ET's he said he has been in contact with since the age of seven. Martin recalls being taken aboard their spacecraft to visit a huge mothership in the rings of Saturn. ... More »Host:
"I believe they find you a pleasing entity," Wednesday night's guest Riley Martin told George Noory. Apparently, the aliens known as the Biaviians, whom Martin has been in contact with for decades, approve of our Coast host. Martin has written about and made drawings of his encounters in his book The Coming of Tan. He said he was taken for an interplanetary trip at age 7, where he sat in a "gelatinous recliner" while aboard a craft with a "hydrogen-induction" propulsion system. Soon they were orbiting the planet Saturn where he witnessed vast motherships and hundreds of light spheres. It was there he heard the "thousand voices" of the planets' rings which he said give off sound to maintain their electromagnetic equilibrium. Martin delineated seven different alien species that have been interacting with our planet. Among them he named the Reptilians (they don't eat humans but do occasionally need hemoglobin, which they apparently get from animal mutilations), and the Dor ... More »Host: George Noory