"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(1).
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 Dorians (look-alike blonde humanoids who are "probably genetically engineered from a common source."). Martin also spoke of a species that come from a high gravity water planet and have underwater bases here.