posted on Aug, 10 2007 @ 05:29 PM
Hello ATS Community,
I found this wonderful site by searching for threads on "Above Black - Project Preserve Destiny," actually, and will be posting an informative
letter on that page soon (I'm a "contactee" and have had several experiences). I've waited almost twenty years to come forward with my story and
reading about Dan Sherman's book and the NSA project, I feel comfortable that I won't be taken as just another conspiracy lunatic.
On a personal note, I live in the Los Angeles suburbs where I was born, but spent my formative years in Hollywood's rock n roll clubs. I've had
several jobs from day labor, butler up in "The Hills," to writer and community activist. I'm a survivor of many a rough and tumble adventure and
have learned to respect all life. I don't care for paranoid, conspiracy fear mongering and if I see one more story about Roswell on TV I'm going to
drop dead. With so many new sightings and past events more interesting than what happened in New Mexico sixty years ago, one would think...
I believe in not believing in one thing - that's religion, but looking at the whole, big picture. It's a vast universe, I stress, an incredibly vast
universe both physical and interdimensional. I see it as a fundamentally good place, full of life, but not life that travels light years to just go
out and give us a hard time. Some conspiracy buffs are influenced by sci-fi, them against us drama.... it can make for a juicy read, but I don't have
time for it.
Thank you for letting me post and the good work the moderators seem to be doing. I write and own a couple web sites. One for folks who've had unusual
spiritual experiences while recovering from shock, disease, addiction or other difficulties that stigmatize a person and puts their credibility in
question even among open minded communities such as ours. The other site is useful if you're ever in LA and would like to see live theatre off the
tourist path... and perhaps have a cup of coffee with your's truly.
Wishing everyone and warm and gentle summer,