posted on Dec, 29 2006 @ 02:09 PM
As far as the nose bleeding goes. Yes, go see a doctor. It could be something as simple as getting a blood vessel cortorized. Sometimes they are just
too close to the outter membrane in your nose, and the slightest bump, etc., will set it off.
As far as wanting to be abducted goes. I don't know if it's even possible, but just for the sheer fact that these things are performed w/o the
consent of the abducTEE equates to malicicious intent.
As a previous poster stated. Do animals choose to be darted & tagged? No they don't. Even if the zoologists conducting the research have good
intentions, those intentions are for the benefit of the zoologists, not the subjects being darted & tagged. WE want the data, not the animals. Even if
it's for the conservation of the species. Think about it. . .
The reason a species is endangered and requires research is probably due to the fact that WE have totally disrupted their enviroment and are now
trying to save them. If WE weren't here, there'd be no problem.
The reason a species is a threat to humans and requires research is probably due to the same thing. . . And again, if WE weren't here, there'd be no
In the end, it's all because of us, and OUR needs.
I therefore think that your abduction experience would not be pleasant. It will not have anything to do with an exchange of dialogue. You will not
receive great knowledge & understanding. It will have nothing to do with your well being. The abducTORS will be the only ones getting what they want,
and you will be nothing more than a lab rat to them. . .
If they landed in broad daylight & their intent was to chit-chat over a beer & learn about eachother, then they would do that. That would show that
they consider you inteligent, and an equal.
If they have to present themselves to you in the middle of the night or in the middle of nowhere, put you in some vegetative state so they can do
whatever the hell they want to you and then erase your memories of the horrible experience then you are nothing more than a lab rat to them.
We intently study isolated peoples in remote regions of the world. We introduce ourselves, make a peace offering via gifts, and sit around the
campfire & try to learn about eachother.
We intently study cochroaches by breeding them in labs & cutting them open, burning them, exposing them to radiation, etc., not in hopes that someday
we may converse with them or share knowledge. No-
It is totally for our own selfish needs.
We want to know what makes them tick so we can kill them efficiently or find out what protects them from us doing so. That's all. . .
Probably the best scenario you could hope for is that they are really humans from a distant future going back in time to study their ancestors. At
least then you may receive some sort of compassion, but it would still obviously be of benefit to them and not you because of the circumstances. But
what the hell do I know!