posted on Feb, 2 2008 @ 12:29 AM
Hi Sleeper (and wee Milton)!
Its been awhile since I last posted, but still continue to read everything you have to say. Your words always tend to inspire me. =)
I read a few posts back that someone was asking you about ET emotions. I never saw you reply to that in much detail and its something I've been
deeply curious about for eons.
You say that ETs have emotion, but different than what we experience. I don't understand how emotion could be different. How do you mean that
Do you mean the actual emotions they feel are different than ours (i.e. they don't feel certain emotions we feel such as anger, sadness, grief, etc.)
or that they *do* feel everything we feel - yet on a "different" level of experience (more intense/less intense)?
In many mythological stories, gods (or ETs) were said to have human-like emotion, especially wrath - jealousy - possessiveness - anger. Some were even
said to have fallen in love with humans. Were any of these stories true to the extent that certain ETs actually did (and do) feel these emotions?
Its always been such a mysterious topic to me, and more so after reading other reports where the ETs appeared to be catatonic during most visits.
In my personal experiences, I noticed that many ETs (especially the one I see most frequently) display a wide variety of emotions! Just like us, if
not more powerful surges of feeling. But I never get a chance to really ask many questions about this, or I seem to forget once I get sucked into a
new mind-boggling experience with them.
Could you shed a little more light on this topic for me (and everyone here), Sleeper? I'd very much appreciate more understanding of it!
So glad to see you are still here braving the storms of ATS.