EarthSister, thanks for your post, it makes a lot of sense. Do you think it may be possible that the fear I experienced from the encounter was
great enough to make me feel like they wanted to harm me?
Absolutely. Your own common fear all by itself is enough to do that, plus add what you've read and heard about the alien races. But there are other
factors as well that contribute to what you feel during an alien encounter, or when you just sense them around you.
For one thing, all beings have a sensation of life force. You "feel" the aliens with your spirit and mind- the same parts of yourself that
understand their language by telepathy, and they are very different from how humans feel to humans. Humans feel familiar to us and we hardly notice
our own sensation at all, but anything "alien" stands out as "alien" and different and new.
All races are unique and feel different to one another race to race. Like flavors of foods, some go well together and some do not. Some of the alien
races happen to feel pleasant to us, and some happen to feel unpleasant, sort of like we can taste them with our minds, and the feeling sometimes
spills over to our physical senses too. Some happen to look pleasant to us and some look absolutely horrifying. These affects on us are natural and
involuntary, and can heighten and focus our "fight or flight" instincts. If it helps, remember that our unique, natural characteristics could be
offensive to them too, if they looked at it like we do, but they don't.
When Jack and I first met each race, the sensation of each was very strong and most felt unpleasant to us in one way or another, some more than
others. The sensation comes across via their telepathy, which is not only words of communication, but simple thought. But we got used to each new
being in a few encounters, and most of them have some control over how strongly they affect us coming across. It's like they give us a big taste
first and let us learn to deal with it in an honest way. Now the sensations are mild, and we recognize individuals by the unique way they feel when
they are near us, invisibly or not, or when they are communicating from a distance.
Each individual person also is unique within a race, and feels unique, and once you get to know somebody, you can distinguish him from others of his
race just by sensation. This is true regarding spirits of people who have died also, humans who are alive, and angels.
Another thing that can make you feel so afraid is that at the same time you are first discovering and feeling the alien people who have always been
around you, you are also discovering and feeling the part of yourself that has always interacted with the alien people. That is the part of you that
most humans are completely, or almost completely, unaware of all through life, whether they have alien contact or not. It's spirit itself. It's like
suddenly having a new sense besides the five we know physically.
Imagine a deaf person hearing a train for the first time, or a blind person seeing a sunset. Those kinds of affects are happening to you during your
first physical alien encounters. If you make your goal be to get used to new things so that they can fit into your ordinary life, and take each step
one at a time, you will meet no limitations to what you can accomplish with the alien races.
If you record the details of events as they happen factually and in order, it will be like painting a few strokes of a mural at a time. Start at the
beginning and follow the courses. As your education goes on and you continue to record, you will preserve integrity, and all the pieces will fit
together. If you do not record, your mind will warp around again over each new event- you won't recall the order of events clearly or retain
No matter what, it won't be easy, but I'm sure you will find the aliens much easier to deal with than most of the humans you try to relate to about
I sent you a private U2U and I want to make sure you got it. If not, please write to my email at EarthSister@msn.com.
[edit on 9/17/2007 by EarthSister]