Joan Carra, Bob Dylan Accuser, Claims Alien Abduction and Contact with Angels in 2013 Book

25 August 2021

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ZEUS NEWS — ZNN today reviewed a 2013 section of a book where Joan Carra, known as one of “America’s top psychics” and recently filed a disputed lawsuit against legendary singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, claimed that she has been abducted by aliens on multiple occasions and had contact with angels.

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That book, Interdimensional Universe: The New Science of UFOs, Paranormal Phenomena and Otherdimensional Beings, by author Philip J. Imbrogno, was published in 2013.

In the book featuring the Bob Dylan accuser, Imbrogno writes on page 263:

“Recently I was invited to a gathering of people in Greenwich, Connecticut, which was hosted by well-known psychic Joan Carra. Joan is one of those rare individuals who have the ability to see into these other realms of existence. She has a keen insight and is truly a citizen of many worlds. Joan has had a number of UFO-related experiences as well as contact with beings that could be angelic in nature. Inspired by these contacts, Joan has composed several beautiful poems, which have been set to music. These poems relate a number of her experiences, which for the most part seem to be all positive in nature. Joan’s psychic ability has been documented in the media and her actual contact with extra- or ultraterrestrial beings seems to be on the psychic level. Joan refers to these contact experiences as “dreams”, but she knows they are actual communications with a higher intelligence.”

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Joan Carra says in the book:

“In this ‘dream,’ I was sittings (sic) at the control board of a spaceship with very tall Nordic-looking humans teaching me how to use it. These fair-skinned, blonde people were as tall as, if not taller than, basketball players — well over seven feet. I used to be a board operator at a public radio station, and also took a class in audio engineering, so I was comfortable manning the controls of the spaceship. It had a familiarity to it and that was the reason why they were showing me how to use it. The extraterrestrials’ explanation of space travel was so fascinating that when it was time for the dream to end, I didn’t want to wake up. I wanted to stay with my visitors and learn more.”

These revelations from Imbrogno’s 2013 book alongside today’s resurfaced New York Post article about Carra’s legal representative Dan Isaacs accepting a bribe from an undercover FBI agent, contribute to the doubt surrounding a case chock full of inconsistencies, unethical lawyers, and unsupported allegations that remain unreported in the media except by Zeus News.

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7 thoughts on “Joan Carra, Bob Dylan Accuser, Claims Alien Abduction and Contact with Angels in 2013 Book

  1. I had a dream I dreamt that the men in white coats and Joan carra were taking a little ride to there and back to see how far it is…… Shhhhh don’t tell her she’s not coming back from it really!!!!

  2. Kooks galore. Fame is a crazy catalyst. From climbing in his Woodstock window to going through his garbage bin to fans being star struck whenever they see him and people saying how weird HE is. For sixty years. Lawyer up Bobby. Go get ‘em! This has gone on way too long.

  3. Unfortunately, I just saw this article and needed to give some insight about the author of “Interdimensional Universe: The New Science of UFOs, Paranormal Phenomena and Other dimensional Beings”
    In 2011, the author of the book was found to be a fraud. He has claimed to hold several degrees {PhD from MIT} and associations with many organizations – all being false claims.
    The worst is when he talked about his “Vietnam military service’ while a member of the U.S. Army’s elite Special Forces.” Not true.
    This is good article written by Kevin Randle in 2011.

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