Dino Kraspedon

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Book cover of Kraspedon's contactee account

Dino Kraspedon (March 1st, 1920 - 1985) was the pen name of Brazilian Aladino Félix. He was born in Lorena and died in Campo Belo, Minas Gerais. In 1952 he published Meu Contato com os discos voadores (My Contact with Flying Saucers), a book that tells the story of his claimed contact with a flying saucer commander, who didn't give any name, at a road near Félix's homeland. The visitor basically explained physics concepts from a different perspective, and gave insights on how to improve humanities social conditions. His book became popular at the time it was printed and Félix was accused of Communism, given the content.

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