posted on Jun, 20 2006 @ 09:42 AM
There are NO experts. None. Not one person here or even out-there, is qualified to deny the claims of the OP.
No one knows anything for sure: not even the identity of their biological father.
People sometimes mistake confidence and enthusiam for boasting. But often it's just simple confidence and enthusiasm. And these are GOOD
Also, quite often, people have an incredibly childish, jealous side to their nature that's totally at odds with their belief of their being 'open
minded'. ATS seeks to foster open-mindedness, we hope, not negativity.
I find nothing 'unbelievable' in the claims of the OP. Some people are able to exert a magnetic attraction, be it spontaneous or deliberate.
Rasputin, for example.
So just as there's black and white, hot and cold, soft and hard, it's perfectly logical that just as there are those who possess magnetic
attraction, there must also be those who possess powers of repulsion: again, spontaneously or deliberately.
I remember when my children and their cousins dashed up to tell me that they were able to lift another child up, using only a finger each. They were
delighted with their newly-discovered ability. Did I believe them? No. But I smiled at their enthusiam and their delight in sharing their new
discovery. Later on, of course, I discovered they really COULD lift each other using only their small fingers. And later on again, I saw the same
feat conducted on tv -- with miserable faced 'experts and scientists' attempting to dismiss it via nonsensical 'scientific' explanations.
The Wright brother were told they were charlatans and bound to lose, because 'everyone knew' that planes were never going to be able to fly. Just
as the Bumblebee's wings are supposedly too small and weak to carry it. Ghosts reportedly do not exist -- yet thousands of people see them every
week and always have. Humans do 'impossible' feats every day, as do animals. Leaving a lot of 'experts' and know-alls looking rather silly, as
experts and know-alls are wont to look, frequently.
The OP said he'd developed a technique whereby people moved out of his way at his whim and will. Why were so many outraged to hear that? Was it the
OP's enthusiam and obvious delight in his claimed new-found skill? Was it because others were jealous either of the skill or because the OP chose to
The responses here say far more about those who responded so negatively than they do about the OP and/or his claimed skills.
Fact is, ridicule and sarcasm are not 'cool' or sophisticated or evidence of higher intelligence. Ridicule and sarcasm testify to meanness of
spirit; jealousy; spite; inner anger. Nothing positive to say? Then say naught, eh?
As far as possessing the ability to make people move aside -- it's normal. Lots of us could do it, if it occurred to us. Just as we can draw people
to us at will quite often -- when it occurs to us. And it doesn't stop there. I'm able to transmit my thoughts on occasion, just as clearly as if
I spoke them out loud. And let's not forget the old chestnut usually suggested in primary-school science classes as an ice-breaker: that of staring
at the back of the neck of the person in front of us, to see how long it takes to make them first twitch uncomfortably, before they finally turn
around to confront us with a glare. Remember now ? Nothing black-magic about it, is there? Just part of being human. And honing that ability so
that people avoid us in public places is just one step along.
All in all, nothing to get nasty about just because someone posts about it in an enthusiastic, wondrous manner.
Let's not become so embittered that we can't stand to see someone happy in their discoveries. Because that sort of negative attitude is playing
right into the hands of those who hate humans and hate human joy.