The demon Ashmedai in a Hebrew incantation bowl
The Kelly-Hopkinsville entities of the 1955 encounter.
Dr. Naama Viloszni’s collection of Hebrew incantation bowl illustrations during the Babylonian captivity.
The otherworldly beings of the Day family abduction, Aveley, England, 1974.
Aleister Crowley’s LAM, encountered 1918 during the Amalantrah Working, NYC.
I believe (on no present evidence whatsoever) that Ted Jacobs was either asked by Strieber or independently based his iconic Communion cover on Crowley’s LAM entity. Strieber notes in the book that Jacob’s painting is a far more anthropomorphic vision of the being he repeatedly encountered. Note the “erased” areas above LAM’s “eyelids”. They have the characteristic teardrop or almond shape persons have described “grays” possessing…The left area also contains what appears as an erased or shaded patch that perhaps was once, or is meant to “subliminally” suggest, a staring eye. Thus compare Crowley’s LAM drawing with this drawing by Betty Andreasson of the “angel” Quazgaa in 1978:
Above: Set of Enochian characters scryed by Edward Kelley and elaborated by Dr. John Dee, 1582.
“Alien” language channeled by Dr. Mario Pazzaglini.
The “universal language of space,” channeled (with phonemic elaborations) from “an alien intelligence” by psychoanalyst W. John Weilgart in the 1960s, meant for expression of specific concepts without ambiguity. An article on Weilgart: https://www.anomalist.com/reports/language.html
“Angelic music writing”, written spontaneously by 4-year old, 1944, (courtesy Mario Pazzaglini)
Alien writing via contactee, 1992, to “manipulate minerals and light.
Interview with Dr. Mario Pazzaglini: https://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/vida_alien/esp_vida_alien_54.htm
Painted figures at burial site, Altai, Siberia, 3000 BCE.