Illinois: he meditates to contact aliens!

On May 13, 2015, after having meditated to contact an alien civilization, a person has seen 10 mysterious spheres fallen to the windshield of his car!

Witness report:

I have been trying to contact ET's through meditation for some time before I came in contact with these artifacts. I would drive out into the country of the small town I live in and park to meditate late at night and ask for visual contact. I have had many successes witnessing what I believe to be ufo phenomenon but I am the type that needs 100% proof/evidence. On May 13, 2015 around 3:45pm I was driving to a spot south of town which I rarely visited to meditate for contact, On the drive I was mentally asking to finally get a sign that I have been heard and wasn't wasting my time as im sure many of us have felt trying to understand/learn about this phenomena. Seconds later I heard/saw something that sounded like a rock hitting the windshield of my truck, the more I looked at it as I was driving I couldn't believe what I saw. It looked like small metal shining balls in my windshield, I continued to the dead end road in the country where I was headed to examine/take pictures of the artifacts pictured below. I have tried to debunk the artifacts as something man made such as 22 caliber bird shot rounds but the pattern is too small and I was in the country surrounded by fields that just had seed or very short vegetation and there is no way to get such a tight pattern from a distance. I also noticed on the outside/entry point of the windshield a brownish burnt color which can be seen below for each ball. It looked like the metal balls were sealed into the window with no entry holes other than the brown color of the impact of each ball. I used a high speed engraver to cut out the entire pattern from my windshield and am interested to see what testing could be done to find the source whether ET or manmade natural occurring in some way.

Photo: Illinois State Capitol in downtown Springfield, bÉovart Caçeir at English WikipediaCC BY-SA 3.0, Wikimedia