I see where youre going Hukd, but ya need to leave the May Jane behind and go a little deeper. It's not so much the drug, but the altered state of
"They look like whatever you want them to." I think Sleeper said something to that effect. That to me has always been a keystone to this thing. I
dont think we can percieve them as they really are. I dont know if thats us, or whether it's them that initiate that...my guess is it's us.
While I dont really believe if ya swallow peyote youre gonna see aliens (although ya might..then again ya might end up seeing padded walls for a long
time too) but that the altered state of consciousness makes it possible to percieve them *maybe* in a truer sense. Could that be why, in pure
guessing, that they dont like (according to Sleeper) mind altering drugs? Might "they" not want us to see what they really are? Or is their
"screen" for our protection? Ponderous man....friggin ponderous.
I'll say this for what it's worth to any of you. Ya dont know me, and I know it's not gonna mean anything to ya...but just keep this in your hat:
If I have learned nothing in all these years, aside from my part in it (video and photo analysis-which is a damned small part of reasearch) is that if
YOU personally take a serious interest in this whole alien thing...you *will* experience something.
I'm not talking about typing on a message board or pondering for hours in a diary...I mean actively going out to you local secluded spot, and
*looking*. Take a friend, and as you watch, talk about "them"....easy subject right?
Stay out there for 2-3 hours.
Do it again for the next 4-6 nights in a row.
You will have some sort of experience. I'm not talking about "well it could be but it's just a small light that moved oddly"...I'm talking you
will most likely see something that to you will be undeniable, and undeniably wierd...and most likely a little too close. It'll start slow, maybe
night 2 or 3 you'll see small lights acting oddly, but keep going back. Be prepared to become a little uneasy too. I'll leave it at that.
I personally have had 2 undeniable sightings and a couple of very odd occurances doing this. I'll be honest if I had'nt seen what I did, I probably
would have left this crap-fest of UFoology long ago. One particular event one night made me leave the whole research field community for 4 years.
You may think "well yeah night after night you'll have it on the brain, and you'll see what you want to see." But what I, my friends, and my wife
saw was not something any of us expected. One friend as we drove home told me "man I know you'd told me alot about this stuff, but I had no idea",
to which he promptly smoked half a pack of cigarrettes.
No, you may be primed and looking, but as God is my witness "wishful thinking" aint what any of us saw, and none of us expected.
If You take up this little experiment you do so at your own risk. A rural area with little light pollution can be a dangerous place, and I aint
talking about aliens. Be safe, and use your head, always. But also be prepared over those nights for some odd stuff and take notes. If you do see
something, dont talk about it with friends that are with you....go with 2 others. If you see anything, nobody talk, just write it down and draw a
picture of what you saw. Observe. After everyone is done writing, then compare.
One of you may have perceived something totally different...or slightly altered. If you wanna take a video cam, take it, but there's no guarantee
you'll be able to have enough presence of mind to use it. Be careful.
This is an experiment in perception, and what I know (or think I know) about how this thing works. The more attention you pay to it, the more it will
pay to you. It seems to demand immersion...hence the night after night thing.
I have a certain image that I'll run by all of you here, as I'd like to get your impressions on what I had happen one night. It's a long story that
needs to be detailed to understand, so I'll save it till I have time to do it right.
I wouldnt encourage anyone to drop acid or smoke dope before this kinda experiment either. I've never done any drugs but I could imagine it might be
a little dicey. Your perceptions need to be what they are, unaltered...at least by you.
Perceptions of reality and what is reality (reportedly) gets a little twisted around "them", and psycho-drugs may enahnce or alter it further. I had
read something about Terrance McKenna (sp?) and alien experiences once but I cant recall anything about it. (no pun intended) I've heard some say he
had some rather interesting thoughts on all this.
Look at the American Indian, their "Star People". Well known to many that some native American tribes used mind altering drugs in ceremonial
practices, and they have decribed the same "aliens" for much longer than we ever knew about them. Coinsidence? Read Black Elk (his son's book) they
speak rather matter of factly about it all.
Myself, I'll stay on this side of the looking glass...it's wierd enough.