Robbie Williams' Martian music
- Bang Showbiz
- 1 October 2008
Robbie Williams has spent two weeks at a UFO camp writing his new alien-themed album
Robbie Williams has spent two weeks at a UFO camp writing his new album.
The 'Angels' singer - who has previously claimed to have had extraterrestrial encounters - arrived armed with video equipment in his search for aliens during a recent visit to Trout Lake in Washington.
Extraterrestrial expert Michael C. Luckman - who recently identified Robbie as an alien ambassador - told BANG Showbiz: "Robbie used the occasion as an opportunity to write several new songs about aliens. I wouldn't be surprised if Robbie may be planning an alien album.
"The place is known as America's number one UFO hotspot and a magnet for true believers in aliens.
"The ranch in Trout Lake is the equivalent of Devil's Tower in Wyoming in the film 'Close Encounters of the Third Kind'. If there is any place on Earth where humans are likely to have open contact with an extraterrestrial civilisation, it is at James Gilliland's ranch. Scientists used musical notes in the final scene in 'Close Encounters' to welcome aliens to Earth.
"What better person to roll out the welcome mat than Robbie Williams, one of the most recognisable and beloved performers on the face of the planet?"
Luckman, director of the New York Center for Extraterrestrial Research, also revealed Robbie plans to return to the ranch "very soon".
The expert has now invited the 34-year-old singer to prepare for alien contact by being connected to a special brainwave machine.
Luckman believes Robbie must be trained to deal with "highly advanced" intergalactic life-forms by boosting his "psychic powers" and undergoing a procedure similar to one used on NASA astronauts.
He said: "Robbie needs to be trained for contact with highly advanced aliens. The brainwave machine I recommend is similar to biofeedback machines used by NASA to train astronauts, only this one, which was invented by my colleague, Masahiro Kahata of Japan, is specially designed to boost psychic powers for telepathic communication between humans and aliens."
Luckman - author of 'Alien Rock: The Rock 'n' Roll Extraterrestrial Connection' - has offered to conduct the testing in New York.
He promises to keep the results confidential, unless Robbie wants them to be released.
Luckman recently claimed Robbie is a "point man" for extraterrestrials and will soon start a new religion in their honour.