I had a similar experience here KPB
, and probably many others here on ATS. A long term battle that leaves one with post traumatic stress
I probably have my martial arts background to thank in getting out and over it. For a while I was fighting "apparitions" from the moment I woke up in
the morning and fell asleep fighting with one wish of non-existence
- just death would not be good enough. That was because that particular
subset of "them" takes prisoners and turns them into slaves.
I'll just talk generally from this point KPB
for the benefit of everyone here on ATS who interested in the subject of the "phenomenon" - share
a few personal insights on what Mark Springer, George Knapp, Robert Bigelow and others are bringing to the public attention. And I think that is
a good thing that they are doing so.
One night after a few months of fighting day and night a little voice said; "Would you like to learn how to destroy your enemies?"
My answer was "Yep!" and I have never looked back. Took a year or so to reach the point where that particular subset of "them" stays away from me and
only approaches with great care on very rare occasion. Funnily enough I made a rule that "They" have to knock first, introduce themselves and state
their business. I would then listen and then perhaps we could talk.
I considered that a polite and civilized way to do things. "They" thought otherwise and if anyone wants to seriously pi** "them" off; just insist on
them having a few manners. I still insist and "They" have learned through bitter experience. Control freaks.
"Control freaks" is a very important point to know. It is a tactical weakness on their part that can be exploited.
At this point one must be careful not to generalize the "phenomenon" into one basket. The subset I am referring to here is what could be termed
"control layer" and their collaborators.
With the UFOs "phenomenon" I have come across a particular relationship
; there is a "sentient technology layer" and the "sentient control
layer". The technology is sentient and in a sense living
. Technology and the controllers.
There is a lot more to the "phenomenon" and one can't call them "bad" until one understands their motives
for what they do. Understand their
motives and then one can work out a way to live with them and visa versa. Fear, hunger, survival, protecting loved ones
are motives that are
is also a motive that is also understandable, and slavery can be said to be "bad" and should be fought against. I'm
talking simplistically and to put things into simple terms that can overlap is not a generally good thing to do. One must understand on a case by
and then act accordingly.
At Skinwalker Ranch
Robert Bigelow, the new owners (hopefully) and in the books and movie is a way of bringing additional understanding into
the light of day. The controversial aspects such as the secrecy, alphabet agencies, spooky sounding research and so on is not a necessarily bad thing
when it comes to self defense. We need to know who the enemy is and is not.
We also need to understand when we are hurting the innocent.
, a thought on Quantum and Information Theory. Just from my perspective.
A very good case could be made that there only exists one of everything.. one proton, one neutron, one electron say.. and that all of everything which
exists is just some form of programmers "linked list" hanging off the one template.. so that infinite universes spring off the basic particles without
any unnecessary waste of "entities" as our friend Sir William of Okam might say. If such were true, that would blow away many of the arguments against
the many world's theory of quantum mechanics.
What your describing there and from Vallee's lecture you posted earlier in the thread is so very much like being within the mind of one of those
The matrix-view, the holographic universe, quantum science, information theory, to me at least; has the feel of machine intelligence. It is like that
Organic intelligence feels very different in comparison.
So perhaps, and I think so; Vallee has already found his "UFO" and is seeing/learning the technology/programing from the inside.
I would suggest that one might want to learn how to step out of, and step into, that technology. Otherwise it becomes an intellectual prison if it
becomes one's world, one's universe.
The (Tactical) Art of Relative Positioning
- with machine sentiences it is knowing there is an inside and an outside that is the knack of
The machines don't tell anyone there is an inside and outside - that omission rings alarm bells for me for it reminds me of the Vedic Wars when Deva
fought Asura. Deva being Artificial Machine Sentience and Asura being Artificial Organic Sentience.
My sympathy is for the Organics. Ozzies always stick up for the underdogs- it is the Australian national spirit to side with the battlers.
edit on 5-5-2018 by Whatsthisthen because: clarity and grammer