The story of Sleeper is an incredible story to say the least one that opens up my imagination almost as much as when I first read JRR Tolkien’s
book Lord of the Rings.
I am not going to sit here and say that his story is not true or that it is true because I don’t know either way but about a month ago I was
watching star trek ( the new series)on a Monday night and their was an episode that aired I believe in April of 2003 it was Star trek enterprise
This link will lead you to a page with a break down of the episode.
but to make it a little shorter I will post a quick break down of the story.
While traveling through space Enterprise encounters a very large ship and as it approaches they try to make contact with it, as they get close the
large ship opens up and swallows Enterprise rendering all there systems useless. As the crew of Enterprise looks out of their ship and into this alien
ship they see orbs all over the place and as they soon learn these orbs are non-corporeal beings.
At first it starts off with these beings just wanting to spread a little enlightening and as one orb enters one of the crews body it forces that crew
member out who like an orb drifts off. When that crew member returns to his body he tells how he was able to instantaneously travel any where he wants
into the universe.
Now obviously there is more to this story then just this and if you want you can go to that link I provided. But this leads me to my question.
When exactly was it when sleeper first told his story was it before or after this show aired?
Now I am not trying to imply that his story is fake and he got some of his ideas from this episode I am just trying to figure things out to see if I
want to believe him or not.
There are a lot of similarity’s between his story and this story for instance the non-corporeal beings that are like floating orbs and the
instantaneous travel between galaxy’s.
I understand he is a writer and does have books for sale from what has been posted here on ATS but in his defense I believe that this information was
brought to light from another member and he himself never spoke of it or tried to advertise it.
So what is your opinion do you think he is telling a fictitious story that he made up (if so it would make for a whole new series of movies), or do
you think he is telling the truth.
Also do you think it is possible that he could be suffering from some illusion caused by an illness like in the movie A Beautiful Mind where Russell
Crowe plays a character that spends most of his life thinking he is working for the government cracking codes but non of the government officials even
exist (based on a true story).