posted on Oct, 3 2005 @ 12:56 AM
Why do you wish to be abducted by aliens? Many people who have reported abductions have stated that they were far from pleasant. From what I have
read, a majority of abduction cases involve some form of forced medical experiments which take place against the individual's will. Why would you
wish for something like this? Do you assume that an abduction will be more like a visit aboard an alien spacecraft where they will show you the cosmos
and reveal the truth to you?
If aliens exist at all, and in the unlikely event that they are visiting the Earth, why would praying to them be an effective form of communication?
Unless you take the stance that aliens are in fact spiritual creatures or that they are capable of some form of telepathy.
I realise that life can be boring and that, when you pursue a passion with great zeal, there can be an overwhelming desire to realise it regardless of
the cost. But is your life really so bad or so boring that you would wish to be subjected to forced experiments or that you need to be abducted by
aliens to give your life purpose? I am not trying to challenge your views, Warthog, I'm worried about you, is all. A statement such as "I really
want to be abducted by aliens" is somewhat disconcerting.
If (and it's a big if) alien abduction stories are true, it seems as though those taken (remember, they're not "chosen" or "special", simply
abducted) are picked at random. If a highly advanced race is carrying out some form of genetic or medical experiments or research on humans, then they
surely have a detailed plan. It is unlikely in the extreme that merely possessing a fervent desire to be abducted would cause them to alter those
plans in the slightest.
[edit on 3/10/05 by Jeremiah25]