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Originally posted by Oregon
Also, EarthSister lies.
Originally posted by Jeremiah25
Much as we may tranqualise a lion and then take it to a zoo to study it, aliens may feel justified in engaging in a similar behaviour towards humans. The difference is that the lion is not a sentient creature, whereas we certainly are. We cannot communicate with the lion, or we would reassure it that all was well and that we were not going to harm it. From the abduction stories I have read (and I still have questions regarding their validity) aliens make no such attempts at compassion or reassurance.
And you know that Lions aren't sentient? Honestly! Aliens would probably be so advanced they would need to 'dumb' themselves down to comunicate with us as we do with apes
Originally posted by Rikimaru
Ok, i dont think alien encounters that are classified as abductions are very plausible, because as i heard one scientist say, all the would need is a single drop of our blood and they would know everything there is to know about us. The DNA is both a map of our possible future and a record of our past.
Then all of a sudden there were heaps of them in the field, not just one, a whole heap of them, and they started coming towards us . . . faster than a man could run, and they were gliding off the ground. They got halfway across the field.
They split up. Some of them went towards the other people [two or three, Kelly thought]. and some of them [the rest] came towards us. Kelly found herself screaming to the other people down the road, "They're evil! They're going to kill us!"
The next thing I know, I felt this oomph! in my stomach, right across here like I was winded, but I was thrown right back, and I was on my back on the ground. I sat up, with my head between my knees. Here, I'm trying to stay conscious. I couldn't see. My eyes. . . . It was all black.
But the next thing I heard him saying, "Let go of me." His voice was all sort of cracked up with fear, and I'd never heard that from my husband. He's not frightened or afraid of anything. . . .
Then this male voice said, "We [don't] mean you any harm." And then he said, "Why did you hit Kelly then?" That's the last I heard of [my husband]. No one else talked except me. I heard the male voice. Then I heard myself saying, "Oh, God, I'm going to be sick." I've got my head between my knees, and I just felt, like, violently nauseous. Then I must have blacked out for a little while.
I don't remember being sick. Then I remember hearing talk about being a peaceful people, and I started screaming out, I said, "Don't believe them! They're going to steal your souls!" I know it sounds so ridiculous now, but at the time I was hysterically terrified. . . . I had never felt terror like that. Not even in my worst nightmares had I experienced terror like that. . . .
Oh, there's one thing I remember that he said: "I wouldn't harm her. She's my daughter." Now when I first saw the-on the way up to [my girl friend's] in the field, the first thing I did was pray. And I took it as sarcasm straight away. And it sounded like sarcasm. . . .
It sounded like there was even a small laugh after that. I don't know-it just wasn't good to me.