a reply to: Mizzijr
My ufo experiences went fine,it can be quite spectacular to see,the orange ufo brought me always a feeling of immense happiness and cheer. I became a
bit frustrated with it,as i guess i expected some deeper interaction. But it is still around occasionally,twice in the last year when i was really
unhappy or worried sick,it showed up on those occasions,which gave me the feeling of comfort,as if to say; "Hang in there" Maybe i'm
anthropomorphising,not that ufo's are animals,but you know what i mean?
The abductions,well that's a different kettle of fish..it's not nice to wake up with needle-marks,bruises,sprained muscles,pain,bleeding etc. I went
to bed in my early 30's one night,fit as a fiddle and woke up just about crippled. What followed was series of Voltaren pills,injections,Robaxin
tablets,and using my mother-in-law's crutches to get around. I would get up in the night to piddle and my legs would collapse under me+i'd have to
crawl to the loo.It got better with time,but to this day,almost 20 years later,my back is still not 100% well. The doctors didn't seem to know the
cause either.Mostly it is the awareness,since early childhood,of having a "Truman Show" engineered,manipulated lifepath. Very restrictive.Very
insidious.And to have one's children speak of dreamstate experiences that would indicate they are being interfered with also,not good.
Glad for you that you understand naturally,quantum mechanics
! Computing and IT will always be a good career direction,unless the Apocalypse in some
form or the other,and we're back in the stone age.But one cannot assume the Apocalypse,because then nothing would ever get done
I also don't get to do as much art as i would like,because i'm schooling my son,taking him to kickboxing,tending to the household,cats and
dogs,cooking etc plus i have friends online art communities that i help with their stuff,sometimes i have to run art contests,etc but i get to a point
where i Have to just sit back+take time to create.It gets to be very addictive,creating,especially with all the wonderful free photoshop-like apps and
tools.Very much a compulsion,like the cats.
When you have a pic of something you created,available,i would love to see it. No rush,though,whenever. I know how busy one gets,as i sit here
typing,i should've been adding veggies to the casserole for tonight. Never enough hours in a day-and i insist on taking at least one or 2 hours a day
to just spend outside in nature,too.But that i don't like to skip,even if staying inside would save me valuable time. Luckily i don't need an awful
amount of sleep.