The Mysterious Michel Desmarquet

During my trip in Vietnam, one day I met a rather eccentric French man,  Michel Desmarquet.  I spent a good few hours chatting to him,  while Laura and him played a few games of chess. He was a very interesting character, who says he was abducted by aliens in the late 80’s, and has had a spiritual awakening through this.
He has even written a book on his experience of being taken to another planet – The Thiaoouba Phrophecy’, or, as it is now more recently known ‘Abduction to the Ninth Planet’.  Michel certainly likes a  good drop of wine, so much so that we were talking about his experiences over a glass or two at about 11am in the morning!  I was absolutely fascinated by his story, avidly listening to his experience, although never in too much detail, for I have to read the book.  There it will be revealed his awakening and beliefs on why we are on this planet.   

He says that there are lots of people who want to find him to talk to him, but he is not interested in talking about it anymore, because people just write him off as crazy.  He says ‘I would think the same if I hadn’t been through it myself!’.  So, he would rather stay incognito in the depths of Vietnam.  Whether there are scores of people looking for him or not, I don’t know. Nevertheless, I will keep my word and not reveal his location in this blog!  His book is pretty well read I believe, and out of print copies are now only available on amazon for around £40! Although whilst chatting with him I did manage to find a copy to read online, which one day soon I will!

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26 thoughts on “The Mysterious Michel Desmarquet”

  1. What an interesting man to bump into. He may or may not have been abducted it’s not for us to judge. He looks happy and is harming no one it’s good to have mystery, magic and wonders in our lives. Big hugs x

  2. Hi Claire,

    Can you please contact me via email about Michel Desmarquet, i know him , But lost contact many years ago and I’m heading over to Vietnam in a week and would love to surprise him. I know where he is , all I’m after is conformation as i only have a week over there.

    Many thanks

    Mark

      1. Hello 👋 bobcatclaire! You can just call me FREDDY. I read the entire book about Michel Desmarquet exploration on the planet THIAOOUBA. I believe EVERYTHING he says. Besides! How many people can remember about there on birth. Imagine in seeing oneself coming out of there mothers womb. Well, it happened to me. That’s right. By the way, I believe the planet THIAOOUBA is much OLDER than we as humans could even imagine. Over Billions and Bilions of years old. I also believe that ALL of us were once GIANTS ALSO. That’s right. Oh almost forgot. I believe that man will one day be able to travel faster than the speed of LIGHT. I know this for a fact. Nothing is impossible if the human race just believe within themselves. THANK YOU 🙏 for your attention. Have a bless day. FREDDY 👍👍❤️

    1. Hi!

      I am very eager to get in-touch with Desmarquet. I can imagine the struggle he and his family had to endure through the publishing and interview processes – it’s understandable to why he has been remaining “distant.” I have read ‘Thiaoouba Prophecy’ several times – it continually enlightens my bodies more than I’ve known any other truth. I’ve been extremely impressed to locate and commune with Michel, even if only for a few moments of time. My name is David Joseph Nardone, age 28, U.S.A. – My email is dreamusic7@hotmail.com – I’ve searched several websites with little luck so far in getting a response; and would truly be humbled if somehow this message could reach him. My motivation in communicating with him is to acknowledge certain private information regarding Thao.. along with a task that has chosen me to be a lead in very important upcoming movements… A simple meditation on this will prove my resolve and sincerity. I hope to talk with you soon Michel. Thank you so much for your time and to whoever will please forward him this message! ^♡^ 🙂

      David Nardone ~>

  3. He is right 100% they are here now i hav had an experiance here. they puled my asteral body dureing an event that took place at christmas day evening ,20 lit up spheres as i had requested proof the day before for this i apolagised we were allowed to image this event however the pulling of my asterall body was a mager suprise as the camera has been alowed to capture that moment . i realise he dusent want to talk and i understand however the images are here and if anyone wants them espeshaly Michel Desmarquet email me and i will send them .ps aura looks like birds wings of light eminateing latraly from the side of body and above head and between legs i no this becaus they alowed me an image capture of this as well predominantly blue- to light blue at the sides other coulers above the head and between the legs i hav no way of contacting Michel Desmarquet so i want to say THANK YOU SO MUCH Michel

  4. i loved the book. I would have so many questions if I bumped into him. I have shared the book wth at least ten people so far. I paid 40 with shipping 3 years ago.. Well worth it. I believe him. enjoy.

  5. Please would you say “thank you” to Michel from me. I read his book many years ago and I believe that it is true. I appreciate all that he endured to bring us the messages which to me are gifts. I hoped that I would meet you one day, Michel. Instead, I wish you peace and happiness for the rest of your time on Earth. My best wishes to you!

  6. I too have read the book 2 times over the past couple of years and am in the midst of reading again, each time I read it I feel so uplifted, I believe MIchel’s experiences and send him love and light.
    Thank you MIchel for giving this information to all, both in book and I am watching online one of your talks.
    May you have peace in your heart always.

  7. Hi!

    I am very eager to get in-touch with Desmarquet. I can imagine the struggle he and his family had to endure through the publishing and interview processes – it’s understandable to why he has been remaining “distant.” I have read ‘Thiaoouba Prophecy’ several times – it continually enlightens my bodies more than I’ve known any other truth. I’ve been extremely impressed to locate and commune with Michel, even if only for a few moments of time. My name is David Joseph Nardone, age 28, U.S.A. – My email is dreamusic7@hotmail.com– I’ve searched several websites with little luck so far in getting a response; and would truly be humbled if somehow this message could reach him. My motivation in communicating with him is to acknowledge certain private information regarding Thao.. along with a task that has chosen me to be a lead in very important upcoming movements… A simple meditation on this will prove my resolve and sincerity. I hope to talk with you soon Michel. Thank you so much for your time and to whomever will please forward him this message! ^♡^ 

    David Nardone ~>

  8. I wonder what kind of toll this might have taken on his immediate family and friends if he was compelled to “escape” to Vietnam. Would they believe and support him? I can’t be sure my wife would stick around and believe me if I was in his shoes! Which is perhaps a sad reflection on my own personal faith in people or cynicism. But it does beg the question of whether he’s now living alone or surrounded by loved ones. I sincerely hope for the latter.

  9. A friend recommended the book to me, and while I enjoyed it A LOT, however, I’m still very skeptical. IMHO the writer could have left for 2 reasons: 1) He fabricated the entire story and is on the run from people seeking him out that he is scared of hard questions (which should rightfully be asked). 2) He fabricated it. Sorry to be so negative, but let me be honest with you; If I (Me) had this experience tonight and woke up tomorrow and told my family and significant other about it, they would TOTALLY believe me. And I say this with the utmost sincerity. Why? Because they know me as a person, what I’m capable of and my psychology! His actions don’t make sense for someone who has been an honest man of integrity his whole life. No one of a long-standing reputation of a sound mind and heart would wander off into the middle of nowhere to fall out of the sight of the public after experiencing such a life-changing event. If his family knew that he was a good man with a good reputation they would be standing by his side till THE DAY HE DIES backing him up! Where are they?

    If anyone actually does have contact with him, tell him to step up to the plate and start answering some hard questions. The only way I would even entertain the idea of believing this book is if his immediate family who has known him for a very long time intimately came out and vouched for his credibility. I don’t mean they can say “Yes this happened”, but rather vouching for him as a person for his entire life. Can anyone back him up that he has never shown a knack for writing? Has he ever written anything like this before? Many many questions need to be asked to his family about the claims the writer makes about themselves.

    Unfortunately, the book is being taken as reality by some people. How is any of this different from other cult formations? No proof, no evidence; Just one man’s story that he is passing off as something that “came to him out of nowhere” and then mysteriously vanishes to a third world country… This is the formula of fraud, and people need to be cautious about taking anything like this into their belief system as any other pseudo-science floating around the net.

    I hope that this website keeps my comments up, as I think people need to be reminded about being skeptical, even when something sounds so cool, and we wish it to be true so bad.

    Good luck to all of us in our journey. We’ll find out one day, but maybe your goal right now is to be in this moment, in this reality, that is all.

    1. Whilst I agree that it would likely be beneficial to new readers (say in the last decade) to have more engagement with the author to ascertain for themselves the credibility of Michel’s experience — I think we also have to consider a few things… This abduction supposedly happened around 1987. Publication took a few years after this. Michel isn’t getting any younger and I do know for a fact that he did radio interviews and workshops back in the day. You could look up Tom Chalko and Michael Meanwell for references to people who contributed their time in getting his message out, and also providing forums for debate/questions, and perhaps to facilitate the workshops. I had dealings with Meanwell personally with an early version of his website, and he was the most down to earth genuine guy you could meet. He also asked Michel some of the “hard questions” during radio broadcast reviews.

      I too would love to grill Michel for a few hours — but as I said, I think the man took care of his “mission” as he puts it, many years ago and maybe he’s kind of washed his hands of it… if what he said is true, it would make sense to kind of live more like a monk, simply, and trying to grow spiritually as much as possible in the time remaining. Anything else, like jumping on social media or blogs is probably going akin to going back to materialistic pursuits in his mind.

      But of course there is the other (cynical) possibility that whatever profit he made off this “best seller” has allowed him to live in reasonable comfort, and perhaps avoid paying taxes in Australia 😉 — (that last remark was a joke).

    2. He doesn’t have anything to prove to anyone. He was asked to relay a message to humanity. He did as he was asked, he held talks for a time with people who had questions and he was ridiculed. The experience changed him to the point of not even wanting to live on this planet anymore and I don’t blame him, life here is full of pain and sadness. This happened in the 80’s, people were still very much non believers back then and extremely judgemental and harsh. Just as you are being now. He passed away in 2018 so he is free of this world now and if you choose to believe he is a liar then that is your experience to have.

      1. He wrote a book to prove a point. He made the choice to write it, no one made him. So to say he doesn’t have anything to prove is ironic because he made the effort to share his story (or whatever you want to call it) as a fact that he 100% believed. If he didn’t have anything to prove he shouldn’t have wrote it and kept it to himself. That would be the true act of someone not needing to prove anything.

  10. Are you an student attorney or something Isaac? LOL… Your statement is almost akin to the logic applied to the drowning of witches. If they float they weren’t witches. If Michel didn’t write the message he was compelled to share with humanity, he wouldn’t be “proving” he was abducted by aliens and taken to another planet. The trouble with that thinking is Claire wouldn’t likely have met Michel in Vietnam and we wouldn’t be having this discussion in the first place. If you had knowledge that you came by that you felt was beneficial to all of humanity… wouldn’t you tell it to everyone who crossed your path, or better yet — write a book (pre-Internet) about the experience? (If nothing else, to leave a legacy of your story for your own sanity).

    1. So now requiring evidence and probing of someone’s credibility and character as the person they claim they are in a book they wrote where they make wild claims about themselves and their fantastical experience is now akin to the witch hunts of the 16th Century? I think you have an issue with logic by your own definition and I encourage you to take a look at the stance you took with your statements. This isn’t about proving whether the fantasy outlined in the books is real, it’s about fact checking the claims made about the author who they themselves used to paint themselves as credible. Let me give you an example of some of the Tomfoolery in this book that are just 1 of many red flags of a trickster: “An albino is an accident, and a four-leafed clover can also be
      considered as an accident. Your appendix is just as much an accident. Your doctors still wonder what use it could possibly have in your body. The answer – no use whatsoever.” So it’s these psudoscience “gotchya!” Moments that are littered throughout this book that were relevant at the time of his experience, but have since been debunked by science (fact). So when you combine that with this initiative to paint the writer as an innocent, naive, inexperienced and uncultured little landscaper is a pretty big red flag, and time to start asking questions. If the writer made the decision to back away from questions then that’s their decision but it only hurts their credibility even more when you add their resistance to the mix. Is it possible he’s telling the truth? Maybe, but when you start putting things I to context and thinking objectively about it and dropping our personal romance with these statements in the books the truth will start to show itself.

      1. I don’t disagree with the larger points you’re making Isaac, in fact I fully endorse critical thinking and analysis. What I was referring to was your specific remark: “If he didn’t have anything to prove he shouldn’t have wrote it and kept it to himself.”, which defies logic… especially coming from someone who appears to have a good handle on making an argument. Otherwise couldn’t agree more, well said.

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