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Man hit by six meteorites is being ‘targeted by aliens’

Have you heard this amazing story? Six expert-confirmed meteorites hit a man’s house over a span of several years. The odds are about… well, just nearly impossible. We keep coming back to the story of these six different meteorites hitting the Bosnian home of Mr Radivoje Lajic (pronounced “rad-e-va lag-ic”) as being so utterly improbable that it leads to some pretty wild speculation, including the possible conclusion that it is evidence for this entire universe being a simulation.

This information originally appeared as an article by Tom Phillips – 19th July, 2010 but it is no less amazing today. in Europe is Bosnia and Herzegovina?

In the northern Bosnian village of Gornji Lajici a man named Radivoje Lajic first came to international attention in 2008. This was just after a fifth meteorite had crashed into the roof of his house. As of July 2010, the count was up to six strikes since the plague of meteorites began in 2007.

Mr Lajic claimed he was being targeted by extraterrestrials.

The rocks he handed over to experts at Belgrade University did confirm that they were space rocks. It remains a complete mystery as to how the odds were beaten so incredibly to have his house be hid by them so many times. One interesting clue is that every strike happened during heavy rain and never when there were clear skies.

Lajic has his own explanation, of course. After the fifth rock struck his house, he said: ‘I am obviously being targeted by extraterrestrials. I don’t know what I have done to annoy them but there is no other explanation that makes sense. The chance of being hit by a meteorite is so small that getting hit six times has to be deliberate.’ … ‘I have no doubt I am being targeted by aliens,’ he adds. ‘They are playing games with me. I don’t know why they are doing this. When it rains I can’t sleep for worrying about another strike.’


via Man hit by six meteorites is being ‘targeted by aliens’ |

Lajic who was 50-years-old in 2010 had a steel girder reinforced roof put on his house to protect it from further alien bombardment. He was able to fund the roof by selling one of the space rocks to a university in the Netherlands, another testament to their authenticity.

Radivoje Lajic was in his home in the Bosnian village of Gornji sleeping when a loud noise awakened him during one evening in November 2007. The first that came to his mind were memories of the recent war that brought so much chaos in their country. However, the rest of the night stayed silent and later, Lajic found the culprit. It was a space rock that caused a hole in his roof. Lajic has been aware that things like this do happen. He did not expect it would be the first of six crashes into his household.

via TallWhiteAliens

This is one of the strangest stories.€  Eric ( July 27, 2010 ) had a humorous response:

Clearly Mr. Lajic knows more than he is letting on. He’s probably hiding something that the aliens want. One might ask, why would the aliens shoot meteorites at Mr. Lajic when they could simply slip into the Bosnian skies and suck Mr. Lajic from his dwelling in the dark of night? Well the answer to that question is more evidence that Mr. Lajic knows more than he is letting on. It’s likely that Radivoje Lajic has access to defenses of his own, possibly with the help of some sort of secret government agency or even a rival alien force as protection which keeps the alien overloads at bay and leaves them shooting meteorites at Mr. Lajic from thousands of miles away. Whatever the reason, the answer is clearly, Radivoje Lajic must go. I ask you Radivoje Lajic, don’t you want to do the right thing? Don’t you want to save earth and all it’s inhabitants? Turn yourself over and you will go down in history as the man who saved earth from obliteration.

As far as we can tell from the news, Mr. Lajic’s house has not been hit for years. It appears he made some sort of treaty and there is now peace with the aliens. We will likely never know what really went on with this epic high strangeness.

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Kay Kay
Kay Kay

Too funny.


He should move…. (:-)

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