a reply to: trollz
That's a really intriguing theory, and in fact, it's the only legitimate reason I can think of for the otherwise inexplicable 'pseudo-medical'
procedures which abductees report! What if these bizarre medical practices are NOT for 'genetic hybrid experiments', but indeed are a form of 'soul
gardening', where certain people are protected from medical issues which would have inhibited their purpose..? Perhaps childhood abductions may lead
to a protective measure against some future certainty of a genetically inherited disease/ disability? Even advanced gene therapy, where the genome is
altered 'in vivo'
, to prevent susceptibility to potential life-limiting risk factors, to guard against the development of mental illnesses, and
I love this theory - but I'm a bit on the fence, simply because the abduction incidents reported are often terrifying to the persons involved, and so
it is hard to see how these beings could be 'looking after us', when they seem so cold, and when the procedures or encounters are scary.. However, if
one subscribes to the notion that the 'entities' doing the work may in fact be biomechanical drones of some sort, as in, AI constructs in a
mechanically engineered 'physical body', then that apparent lack of care/ concern for the well being of 'the patient' is explained in the same manner
that you wouldn't expect a laptop computer to give you a hug & tell you everything's going to be okay, if you were searching online for information to
help with a delicate/ confrontational family matter..
I'll be keeping this one in mind, filed in the 'Woo' section, under sub category: 'Alien Interference - Reasons for Optimism'
PS - I just remembered an experience I had which seemed like it could have been something exactly of this sort, which I'd totally forgotten about
until now. I went to bed one night, and I'd been having some mild palpitations for a few weeks. During the night, I found myself in a dream, which
seemed more like an out-of-body experience, as I was in the bedroom, walking to the window, while my body was still visible on the bed, with my wife
asleep next to 'me'. There were two men dressed in white medical scrubs/ lab coat type garments, and they had some apparent medical equipment with
them, though it was minimalist, like small metallic handheld devices. I remember a sense that they had actually saved my life - that I had died, and
this was why I was out of body. They had been sent to repair the damage to the body, so that I could be re-integrated with it. It was only a brief
encounter - but I remember the sense of how real it seemed - very surreal in a sense, but giving the distinct impression that it was a scientific
operation to enable me to continue living, when otherwise I would have died - and I remember feeling/ being given some sort of communication regarding
the fact that I'd had a heart attack in my sleep. I was unnerved, but from that day forward I was more careful with my medications (which have the
potential for causing heart problems, as I'm on a range of pills & solutions for chronic pain management). Very spooky, but reassuring in an almost
cosmic sense. I'd never connected it to abduction ideas before, as the two people were human, or so it seemed. Perhaps they placed an image of two
human doctors in my mind to set me more at ease..? Curiouser & curiouser....
edit on JanuaryFriday1801CST08America/Chicago-060038 by FlyInTheOintment because: adding personal experience