posted on Jul, 19 2007 @ 07:09 AM
First off, greetings and well met. Thank you, to everyone reading or responding.
Secondly, I would like to clearly state my reasons for posting. I have no desire to hurt anyone, tell anyone what they believe is wrong, or anything
of that nature. Everything I speak of is from personal experience only. I offer no evidence to prove any position, either for or against, and only
wish to share. If my opinions or experiences offend anyone, know that is not my intentions.
There, now that I've said all that, hello.
I suppose the proper thing to do would give a little background and introduce myself.
Hmm, now this is a lot harder that I thought it would be, for some reason. I've met ridicule my entire life, to point of being 'treated', ignored
and even laughed it. It happens, I know I'm not the only one.
I was raised in a Military family, as were many others, that had (and still does) active military members as far back as I can trace. From my
research, I am the first to not seek this path, to disappointment of my entire family. Growing up in this environment offers a lot of things, as
anyone with a relative in the service, or in the service themself can tell you. I am thankful, at times, for the experiences and would not trade them
for anything. Other times, I wish I could forget the things I have seen and heard.
Not pursuing that path has alienated from my family and their associates. This has had a profound affect on my life, as I am still young, and has
ripped a part of me out that I fear will never be replaced. I have spent the last few years coping with this, and sorting it all out.
My family, as a last course of action, commited me to several mental health institutes for various reasons. This was against my will and something I
have recently been dealing with. What I was diagnosed with, I believe, is not important and only a means of control by my family and their friends.
My entire life I've known something was different, and only lately have I started to do something about it.
I've always believe in things most people considered paranormal, and have multiple personal experiences. Again, these experiences are my own, and
hard to share with anyone.
I recently found this website, while doing some research, and have been monitoring it. It's such a relief to find people that are like-minded, and
possibly share the same experiences.
Still, I have been fooled before and will always be cautious. I just hope that I don't regret becoming an active poster.
Hmm, sorry for any vagueness or confusion, this is not easy.
Perhaps I should just stop and list a few of the things I believe and have interest in;
UFO's - Be they extraterrestrial, secret craft, etc.
NWO - I whole-heartedly believe this is the goal of many people, but to what extentint I do not know. Who's behind it, from the Illuminati to
Alien-Human hybrids, is not for me to say. But the greed of most humans, and the things I have seen 'behind the scene' in the military complex, this
is a reality. Though, I offer no prove to any worldwide conspiracies or such.
Reptoids - Again, something I whole-heartedly believe in. This is something I've always tried to hide, but after research finally know that I am not
alone. Are they blood-drinking, shape-shifting aliens? I don't think so, but I could be wrong. The most logical explanation would be ET's or
Previous outer-earth inhabitants
Hollow Earth - I firmly believe there to be an inner-earth, but possibly not 'hollow' The honeycomb description seems to be likely to me.
These are the topics which I believe in and which interest me the most. Other's include various sciences (free energy, etc), government
'conspiracies' and cover-ups, and mythical creatures (from elves to bigfoot and nessie)
These things just feel right to me, and nothing has ever changed that. I don't know all the facts and know that I never will. What I do have though,
is my own choice to believe.