posted on Jun, 6 2017 @ 05:39 PM
a reply to: tjocksteffe
We know that they block memories and infuse some of us with a general, info-based philosophy about the cosmos.
It is right to question the whole abduction process, but at some point parts of it are fairly solid. Such is the deal with the small beings. Also
fairly solid if you are trying to establish the workings of their whole program is that the little ones are conducive to the systematic order that
they use on the abductees such as standing in line to be "next."
If the greys were not real in the sense of what is reported about what they do, then what purpose do they play? If they are not needed to help
conduct the "medical exams," then why are they there doing the "attendent" work?
The mind-control aspect of the abduction experience is evidently not a solid start-to-finish program that has the abductee march in. conform to mental
commands and march out at the end. Evidently, as in a conscious assembly of various humans waiting for some manner of test, there is a need for
control beyond the abilities of those or that which induces the more or less hypnotic state.
I know exactly how my abduction began with an intense wave of absolute terror coming over me and instructions about how to react. I also remember how
the affair ended about two hours later. What happened during that time, I've never really wanted to know. I've been satisfied with what I came away
with. My son, however, still suffers from his remembered physical experience that is far more real to him than what he was set in front a screen and
shown about the end of the world, etc.
I have studied and done hypnosis on other people at various times in my early life and so when I speak of "mental control."
I'm actually referring to the hypnotic process that can be induced in the subject from a distance. If the works of the renown hypnotist, Erickson is
consulted, you will find that the presence of people can be eliminated in eyes and mind of a suitable subject. A carried ashtray can be made to be
floating across a room entirely on its own.