I am a Christian, and as a Christian with open spiritual eyes and ears, I have contact with angels and messengers, and as a medium, I have contact with beings from another world.

Recently, I had the opportunity to learn about UMAs (before looking up the Demon Dictionary), so I am studying them.

Japan has had monster legends since ancient times, and some monsters were confronted by Onmyoji in the past.

UMAs are so diverse that they have been included in illustrated books, such as monsters that appear on Halloween and pterosaurs that are thought to be extinct but are occasionally sighted, and they continue to be popular among some people.

Why is that? How did unknown beings that are closely related to human society come to be sighted by humans?

I am currently creating picture books and videos about the existence of an unknown world that children have known about since ancient times.

It is said that myths and legends contain hidden history that can help us understand humanity and the Earth.

In recent years, UAP have become a hot topic, and people, whether they have psychic abilities or not, seem to never lose interest in them.

Scholars and scientists may know more about UMA, but contactees have existed throughout the ages, as each UMA has its own unique personal story.

Whether they are demons or not, the existence of contactees is also due to necessity, not chance.

Which UMAs interest and fascinate you?

Even if they are extraterrestrials, why are you so attached to them?

UMA and UAP are not only observed objectively, but are also personal friends that you can interact with proactively.

Who would you have a conversation with and what kind of conversation would you have with them?

  1. Waitoreke: The Waitoreke is said to be a small, elusive creature from New Zealand, resembling a mix between an otter and a beaver. It lives near rivers and lakes, and though many stories exist, there's no concrete proof it actually exists.

2.Beast of Exmoor: The Beast of Exmoor is a large, black feline reportedly seen in the English countryside. It’s believed to be a big cat that escaped captivity, but despite numerous sightings and livestock attacks, no solid evidence has confirmed its existence.

3.Lusca: The Lusca is a massive sea creature from the Caribbean, often described as half-shark, half-octopus. It supposedly lurks in underwater caves and can drag boats and divers down to the depths.

4.Iemisch: Known in Patagonian folklore, the Iemisch is a fierce, aquatic creature resembling a large otter or a cross between a jaguar and a seal. It's said to inhabit remote lakes and attack livestock.

5.The Dobhar-chú: This Irish cryptid is described as a water hound, a mix between a dog and an otter. Legends say it’s fierce and attacks people, especially around lakes and rivers.

6.The Bombola Yowie: A version of Australia’s Bigfoot, the Bombola Yowie is a large, ape-like creature said to inhabit the Australian outback. It’s elusive and often described as shy but potentially dangerous.

7.Skyfish: Skyfish, or "rods," are strange, rod-like entities that some believe fly through the air at incredible speeds. They’re often captured on camera but are usually explained as tricks of light or insects moving quickly.

8.Dover Demon: This small, humanoid creature was spotted in Dover, Massachusetts in 1977. It had large eyes, a big head, and thin limbs, resembling an alien more than an earthly animal.

9.Spring-Heeled Jack: A figure from English folklore, Spring-Heeled Jack was known for his incredible leaping abilities, jumping over walls and rooftops. He wore strange clothes and was said to frighten people in the 19th century.

10.Orang Bati: In Indonesia, the Orang Bati is a flying humanoid creature from Seram Island. It’s said to have bat-like wings, red skin, and a terrifying cry, snatching children at night.

11.Monster Pig: Refers to reports of exceptionally large wild boars, often exaggerated in size. The most famous is "Hogzilla," a massive pig killed in Georgia, USA, in 2004.

12.Ahool: A giant bat or flying primate from Indonesian folklore, the Ahool is known for its distinctive call. It’s said to be much larger than any known bat, with a wingspan of up to 10 feet.

13,Lau: The Lau is a mythical water monster from Africa’s Congo River region. It’s described as a giant reptilian creature, similar to a dinosaur, said to cause floods and other disasters.

14.Skunk Ape: The Skunk Ape is Florida’s version of Bigfoot, named for its foul smell. It’s described as a large, hairy, ape-like creature that roams the swamps and is very elusive.

15.Trunko: Trunko is a mysterious creature reportedly washed up on South African shores in 1924. It was said to have a trunk like an elephant, a tail, and thick white fur, but no evidence was found.

16.Ninki Nanka: This West African dragon-like creature is said to live in the Gambia River. It’s described as long and reptilian, and encountering it is believed to bring misfortune or death.

17.Champ: Champ is the legendary lake monster said to inhabit Lake Champlain, located between New York and Vermont. It’s often compared to Scotland’s Loch Ness Monster.

18.Fresno Nightcrawler: Strange, leggy creatures spotted on surveillance cameras in Fresno, California. They appear to be walking on two long legs, without a visible upper body, sparking many theories and mysteries.

19.Bishop Fish: The Bishop Fish, or Sea Bishop, is a legendary aquatic creature resembling a fish with human-like features, including a mitre-like crest on its head, often connected to medieval sightings

20.Sea Monk: This mythical sea creature resembles a monk in robes. Described in medieval accounts, it’s thought to be a misidentified marine animal like a seal or ray.

21.Serpent Shar: A little-known cryptid, possibly referencing sea serpents or aquatic cryptids. It could relate to reports of giant sea snakes seen by sailors.

22.Sil:quey: Another obscure cryptid, potentially from Native American folklore, described as a water spirit or monster inhabiting lakes or rivers.

23.Bear Lake Monster: Said to reside in Bear Lake on the Utah-Idaho border, this creature is described as a large, serpentine monster similar to the Loch Ness Monster, with sightings dating back to the 19th century.

24.Mulilo: A fire-spitting dragon from Zambian folklore. It’s said to cause destruction with its fiery breath and immense size.

25.Illacme plenipes: Not a cryptid but a real creature, this millipede holds the record for the most legs, up to 750. Found in California, it's a fascinating example of nature's diversity.

26.British Folklore: Rich with stories of mythical creatures like fairies, dragons, and giants. Famous tales include the Loch Ness Monster, black dogs like the Barghest, and the mischievous Puck from "A Midsummer Night's Dream."