People found or still try to find their soul-mates in all sorts of different ways. Some choose to swipe right or left on their smartphones, and others take on the more adventurous conventional method of natural social interactions.
When people say their love is out of this world, in most cases, they only want to express that they have so much love, even the world cannot possibly contain.
It is, of course, a symbolic speech; if you say something is out of this world, you are emphasizing that it is either good or bad, depending on what you are talking about.
In the case of Abbie Bela, however, the phrase has a literal meaning. Recently the woman from London, England, said she was in love with something out of this world.
She did not mean her lover was exceedingly good, but that the one she talked about was an extraterrestrial being, not from just another planet, but an entirely different galaxy from the one all of us humans exist.
10 /10 UFOs Are Officially Real
Many people have doubts whether Abbie’s story holds any truth. As far as the alien encounter is concerned, however, she is not alone.
A few years back, people who claimed to have been contacted or abducted by aliens were probably considered delusional, for even NASA hasn’t even established any meaningful contact with extraterrestrial life for as long as the administration is in existence.
The idea that anybody could see aliens, albeit in pure coincidence, was laughable. Not anymore; the US government has acknowledged that UFO is real.
9 /10 Alien Abduction
Perhaps due to the boredom of social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic, Abbie had a peculiar dream on the night of May 31.
Someone (or something) asked her to wait in the “usual spot in the dream.” Although she had never heard that voice before, she understood where that spot was: her bedroom window.
So the following evening, she did exactly what she was told. At fifteen minutes past midnight, a flying saucer appeared out of nowhere, and a bright green beam transported her into the ship.