Well I have been looking around on the net for serious conspiracy theorys and the UFO phenomenon. I am new when it comes to seeking information about
these different things. But I have discovered something really interesting from my point of view that is.
I am on a journey of understanding, but what I don´t understand is why a person that askes a question or gives you their point of view at any
conspiracy forum on the net, you are in a 99% chance to get jumped on by special members that "point" you out as someone else then the person you
At one place I was a secret C.I.A agent trying to twist the mind of other people, when I told an individual that I was looking for information
regarding Reptilians. After the C.I.A attack I was suddenly an employee for Illuminate. When I found my way to the ATS I was suddenly a so called
Grey. An extraterrestrial experimenting with people.
Okey If I walk to the library looking for a book, if anyone have done that? Have the librarian or the desk aid ever pointed at you and made you
something that you bloody well know you aren´t. You are asking about a book about geography and the person behind the desk tells you - Hey you are an
extraterrestrial mole, looking for a new place to build secret societys underground!
Well it makes you feel uncomfortable does it not or is it only me that feels this way towards people that point at you and tell you what you are? In
my case you don´t get any new answers, you just play along and answers questions that doesn`t have anything to do with what you first were looking
for. After a while you get angry, but you bite your tounge because you know that it is no point to get all worked up.
But often you totaly loose the thread and there are no new answers on the thread because eather other people may think that you are a freaking grey
alien trying to take over the world, or they might think that you actually are working for the C.I.A or a secret society as the Illuminate and that
you are trying to brainwash people or take their familys away.
Problem Reaction Solution - Have someone heard that expression before?
Well I have a big fat theory of mine here and If anyone want to give there piece of mind in this feel free to express yourself, and I will look at how
long it will take to get a name or a new origin or an organisation on my neck that I don´t know J.a.c.k. about and jack has just left town. You see
I got a feeling that the problem is that the question will be followed by a certain reaction, the ”same reaction as always”.
First nice chit-chat and then to debunk and get you off your feets from the subject, then comes the solution. The solution is somone points at your
problem and then tells you what kind of person you are. After a while you are probably so isolated from the main subject that there is no way to get
back to the subject without ignoring about twenty posts.
This seems to be a trend on all sites that talks about paranormal and unexplained subjects. You never meet or find anyone that is slightly open minded
enough to talk to you in person about the very question you are asking, and actually tries to answer it. You get alot of "you are that" or "he said
that" or "look at this link and this is how it goes". You never get a persons own reflextion of what is going on.
It always ends up with "this author said this, and that prophet said that", or a huge link whit the saying "click on this and you will know". Wich
leads to headlines on topics that leaves nothing to the imagination at all, because that becomes the only way to communicate when questions are not
supposed to be answered.
So here we go.... Debunking and temporary missleading from a subject. How long will this thread stay on the subject? Can it be more then 2 posts
perhaps? Or is it dead allready when the posting begins?
[edit on 5/29/2005 by Amorymeltzer]