posted on Mar, 12 2014 @ 12:47 PM
It's not a matter of believing or not believing. It's a matter of being comprehensible. There are a lot of contactee stories that are consistent,
detailed, and cohesive accounts of situations that have happened to people. Even when there is some "blurriness" in the stories, which you often
have with abductee accounts, there is still a plot to follow that does not have gigantic leaps of faith for what happened or conclusions that bear no
resemblance to the story at all.
Here you have a guy who says he was "zapped" by a UFO and there's something about a fire department test that somehow is supposed to be related
here, but it's not, therefore everyone should be fawning all over this guy begging him to tell his story. The problem is that it is a crappy story.
Whether or not it happened to him, and let's assume that it did and he's telling the absolute truth, there's STILL nowhere to go with it. It's
like someone seeing a light in the sky, proclaiming it is a craft of aliens from space, and complaining that no one believes. Of course not. It's a
light in the sky. The rest of it is from your imagination. You have NO IDEA what that light in the sky was, but you've convinced yourself it is
In terms of narrative, from 1 to 10 Truman Bethurum's story of meeting the jaunty space captain Aura Rhanes from the planet Clarion is a 10. His
evidence is zero. For the OP his story content is 1, and his evidence is still zero. Now what story are you going to devote time and energy to?
Somebody who got "zapped" and that's all there is, or someone who described Aura Rhane's clothing in detail? Who is a "contactee" here, and who
is abusing the term?
And as far as who has an "implant" here? I'm thinking more people need one.