posted on Aug, 17 2014 @ 02:53 PM
a reply to: skepticufo
The research of the former Dr John Mack (Harvard Psychiatry) illustrated through intensive study of 200 patients, the psych-spiritual effects of what
he termed visionary contact/abduction experiences. His published work and written conclusions proposed that these patients were interpreting their
visceral brain based stimuli, including all of the senses (sight, sound, tactile) as physical reality. Truly, the accumulated history of the senses
through brain stimuli in our environment is interpreted as reality.
There may be a technology capable of providing a visionary simulation that includes brain stimulus for all the senses. The social purposes of a wide
spread psychic simulation throughout the masses over such a long period of time (centuries or millennium) would likely have more to do with testing
and feeding the intellectual development of a particular species than physical interaction.
As we would assume that social intercourse would be the first step of a superior race, they would apparently see this as the last step in a distant
In relation to the Billy Meier question, my impression is that he manufactured and photographed illustrations as expressions of the human instinct for
the materiality of perception. And that his visionary experiences were both perceived as physical and yet too illusive to share with others.
Meier could be another experiencer or just someone with a physiological imbalance. Dr Mack interviewed over a thousand subjects to rule out mental
illness. I wonder how Meier would fit in.
edit on 17-8-2014 by Gianfar because: grammar