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Greta Andron Woodrew Smolowe (December 16, 1929 – September 1, 2010) was an author, alleged psychic and healer, and purported contactee of extraterrestrial beings. Her books, On a Slide of Light and Memories of Tomorrow, and newsletter, The Woodrew Update, addressed her purported alien encounters, while her foundation, the Space Technology and Research Foundation (STAR), was established to carry out philanthropic work, including broadcasting messages she received from alien life; Woodrew would later become a donor to philanthropic organizations like Conservation International and the Sierra Club Foundation. Woodrew also published a children's book in her lifetime entitled Hear the Colors! See the Music!: A Tomorrow Book for Today. Some of her papers are held in the Department of Special Co

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  • Greta Andron Woodrew Smolowe (December 16, 1929 – September 1, 2010) was an author, alleged psychic and healer, and purported contactee of extraterrestrial beings. Her books, On a Slide of Light and Memories of Tomorrow, and newsletter, The Woodrew Update, addressed her purported alien encounters, while her foundation, the Space Technology and Research Foundation (STAR), was established to carry out philanthropic work, including broadcasting messages she received from alien life; Woodrew would later become a donor to philanthropic organizations like Conservation International and the Sierra Club Foundation. Woodrew also published a children's book in her lifetime entitled Hear the Colors! See the Music!: A Tomorrow Book for Today. Some of her papers are held in the Department of Special Co
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  • Greta Andron Woodrew Smolowe (December 16, 1929 – September 1, 2010) was an author, alleged psychic and healer, and purported contactee of extraterrestrial beings. Her books, On a Slide of Light and Memories of Tomorrow, and newsletter, The Woodrew Update, addressed her purported alien encounters, while her foundation, the Space Technology and Research Foundation (STAR), was established to carry out philanthropic work, including broadcasting messages she received from alien life; Woodrew would later become a donor to philanthropic organizations like Conservation International and the Sierra Club Foundation. Woodrew also published a children's book in her lifetime entitled Hear the Colors! See the Music!: A Tomorrow Book for Today. Some of her papers are held in the Department of Special Collections and University Archives at Stanford University.
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