posted on Jan, 8 2007 @ 07:13 AM
Well, what can one say except: hang in there mate, our time will come!
We have all been through times of doubt and sometimes to the degree when you think everything would be so much easier if one could just swallow the
"offical truth"; hook, line and sinker. And if you never felt this skepticism during your research, you definetly need to focus a little more. It's
all a fully natural reaction against all the bs you come across while studying the exsisting material, not to mention all the disinformation holding
the whole subject subdued and convicted to a long inprisonment in the gloomy dunegons of the "scientific elite".
Claiming to be abducted and probed and taken to a galaxy far, far away is an easy approach to making big bucks through interviews and book-writing,
but it is also a very effective way to discredit the ones who hold real solid material. You just need to sort out, debunk and create your own ideas of
what is really going on. Don't settle until ALL the questions has been answered without doubt.
The escape in ignorance and denial is way too easy. The belief that 100% of all recorded sightings are fake makes less sense than earth having
visitors from other worlds. Just make yourself a list of all the occurancies you consider extraordinary and investigate ALL sides of the story. Then
you compare which side (source and debunkers, pro's and con's) has the least holes in their story. But always remeber that YOU are in charge, your
very own mind decides what is true and false.
Go to places where sightings have been done more frequent than other places. Go to Groom lake or south Mexico. Talk to people, preferably whitnessess
and check them out. Always keep an eye open for new encounters reported and be swift to pick up details and study sources. Try to avoid the internet
as much as possible (this place is overflowing with tremendous ammounts of disinformation) when seeking the truth.
Just be rational and always remember that "common sense" is the worst tool when encountering something completly new to the human nature (that is
also why this type of research is always so frowned upon). Go away to a desolate place on your own and search your soul, do you believe, don't
believe or do you KNOW? This needs to be done without the thoughts and oppinions of others, without the thought of "but what would others think of
It's about how much energy you are willing to sacrifice in the search of enlightment. Are you prepared to go hundreds of miles, may times in vain,
and spend lots of money just to (possibly) be haressed by goverments and maybe by your own friends considering you to be a nut, or are you satesfied
and happy with just reading some stupid post on the net making you give away a heavy sigh and go to bed staring at the cealing for a couple of hours
The truth will not come to you, even if it wants to. You need to look for it.
Man, that's alot said about nothing!