posted on Apr, 2 2007 @ 06:52 PM
Some have come to the conclusion that Whiltey Strieber is either actively a participant in a disinformation or mind control experiment, or so much a
product of modern culture that the metaphysics he's concluded as a result of his encounters are quite toxic.
The mind control thread that OSR started has yielded no substantial revelation into the relationship between the encounter experience and mind
control. It promulgates the idea that abusing children results in encounters. That is reprehensible. In addition, it's invitation to identify all
past abuse as a result of government interference encourages a learned helplessness. It is also a good example of the dynamics of peer pressure and
would provide an excellent testing ground for determining the lengths to which those so inclined might succeed in placing belief systems conducive to
totalitarianism into a culture. The road to hell is paved with good intentions, if encouraging fantasy and dramatization of the past that lends itself
to greater dissociation from reality and ever growing alienation from the people who are supposed to be representative of ourselves can be interpreted
as well intended.
It's not such a stretch to imagine that project Mockingbird may have designed some propaganda for the home front. One of the linchpins of Whiltey's
mystique as the most identifiable abductee is sympathy for the persecution his traumatized fans are encouraged to identify with. The Hugo award must
have been devastating.
Project Mockingbird used books and publishing houses in covert operations and falsely inflated sales to advance their propaganda. This was done mostly
as a means of indoctrinating ideas into other countries. But given the context, it's not outside the realm of possibility that "The Hunger" and
"The Wolfen" may have been best-sellers of a subsidized kind and the subsequent media frenzy a well planned hook for what was to come.
The result seems largely to be a front man for advancing the idea of Gray and government collusion: That technology has been reverse engineered from
crashed saucers, etc.. When Peter Jennings died shortly after the special in which he paid very little credence to the Roswell crash, Whiltey quickly
posted a journal which mentioned the high incidence of cancer in the UFO field. The subliminal consequence is obvious. It's almost a threat, never
mind that one in three women and two in three men will get cancer as a result of petroleum products and industrial toxins.
There are just as many abductee's who are not abused during their alien encounters and just as many who, when they report abusive encounters are not
so anxious to justify them.
There is an underlying double message in all of his publications that seem to encourage a might is right philosophy and blood ritual.
Moreover, the simplification of 'the universe as a mirror' blames the victim. For the sake of argument, it's agreed that what we see in the
universe is a mirror, an extension of the internal paradigms and dynamics being reflected. An enlightened monk when looking at his murderer might see
the face of a suffering man while an average person might see fear and rage. In both cases, viewing another creature doesn't make it so. Judgment
leads to dead ends. Wisdom tells us not to judge. Maybe for reasons the visitors are privy to that we are not.
Calling them evil does reduce the visitor phenomena to the polarized argument of 'You're bad' - 'I'm good'. Eliminates any hope of establishing
communication other than conflict. We earthlings are not terribly clear of our own meaning. People prey on our own fragile tether to human dignity,
it's not unimaginable that other's conspire to do that. We don't seem to be very clear on the meaning of dignity. Human rights and social standards
vary so wildly from one region of the world to the next, it's all held together more by an emotional glue than cohesive logic. Human dignity and
rights that have now been abdicated in law by the nation that once held the responsibility of example for the world.
We really ought to determine what humanity means to us before we lose it. Let's figure out what we mean. Personal differences shouldn't be permitted
to divide humanity against a common outsider. Why aren't these ethical matters discussed with those principles in mind. And why is the public debate
headed by someone who doesn't broker argument or encourage intellectual inquiry into these areas. "Don't push any isms on me."
Maybe that's why they stay hidden and there is no disclosure. We are confined so much by that reflexive thinking. Breaking open the egg, is a matter
of expanding the ability of consciousness to perceive and apprehend what it perceives. An organ like the eye has physical limitations, like the
spectrum of light it sees. People make many decisions in the blink of an eye. On the other side a lifetime is but the blink of an eye.
Blood ritual or trauma to break the egg is a shamanic technique practiced more by black practitioners than white. It's not something that needs to be
encouraged, justified or rationalized in order to establish contact with the visitors or anyone else. The introduction of these ideas by a guru who
has become regarded as a possible conduit for man's escape from the inevitability of death and entry into the cosmos, has successfully usurped the
traditional arena of religion and placed it in New Age hands. Hands that may or may not be acting on the part of torturers.
The red road remains as always and as Jesus presented - 'The way easy and the yoke light.'
If the Gray's are a mirror...,
[edit on 2-4-2007 by clearwater]
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