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Why are we terrified of the Grays?

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posted on May, 22 2008 @ 02:52 PM
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reply to post by headlightone
 


Hi thanks for posting.

Well from my experience of channelers I believe the abductees anyday. These channelers (mentioning no names...) have prob had some insight then they let it go to their heads. Their ego takes over and what they say goes no one can question them EVER. I think the ET's /entities/spirits /gods need to chose wisely who they channel through actually as it can cause more harm than good.


Sorry I just am really touchy about channelers its nothing to do with you. You have made a very good point here why do we call them Gray , because they are Gray not becasue they have told us this is their name.

Well if only the galactic federation told us their real name we could use it.




posted on May, 22 2008 @ 02:58 PM
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Originally posted by Mr Green
I was abducted over 5 years ago but I have no memory of the beings. All I remember is being dragged up through the roof by some energy force. Then I have a vauge memory of an entity next to me doing some procedure then being thrown back onto my bed with much force in a very uncaring way.


Wow. Sorry to hear of your (hopefully) temporary mental problem. I hope you see the light of reason and realize you are afraid of the dark (or the unknown, or something you aren't dealing with in real life that is weighing upon your subconscious), but are assigning it something that your mind can wrap itself around based on your absurd conscious beliefs and desires.

Again, sorry to hear of your personal problems, and I hope they do not manifest themselves by way of dreams and fantasies in the future.



posted on May, 22 2008 @ 03:40 PM
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Mr Green did you ever see the movie Fire in The Sky? If not, you better skip it. It's about Travis Walton abduction.



posted on May, 22 2008 @ 03:53 PM
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Sorry for the delay, Vasili hung his handbag (I'm still not
sure about him) on the gear-stick of the Ice Cream and
we ended up in Montauk!
I can tell yer, it's all very strange there, at one point we
actually passed through fifteen feet of concrete and I actualy
saw (or I think I did) the fabled crystal encrusted seat.

Anyway we're back.
My first words are don't fear the Grays... just hate 'em.



posted on May, 22 2008 @ 04:11 PM
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Ah yes Travis, I met once on the outskirts of Snowflake,
Arizona, we'd heard about a possible 'chupacarbra' sighting,
a few years back and we had the honour of meeting the chap.

It was quite a harrowing experience he went through and
the movie does 'embroider' the puported event. It may be a
good idea to miss said movie.

It may be not the type for ladies, ma'am.



posted on May, 22 2008 @ 04:12 PM
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Originally posted by spaceweaver
There are many who are in the "kindly space brothers" camp . They think that aliens are wonderful and sent to save us.

I don't think any creature who is of good purpose lies, scares, frightens, rapes, comes in the night, abducts, kidnaps, hurts, or leaves scars and bruises? Do you?



I agree, I've seen many naive people out here on the 'Net talking about wishing to be abducted, I guess if you live in the middle of nowhere it could be a novel experience. I've had contact but I was not abducted. I suspect I might've been.

At the least my experience with them tells me that they were indifferent. At worst, they were malevolent. Whos to say what their true intent is though.

I've never had direct experience with any "kind" or "benevolent" ETs, it seems others have... though I wonder if it's just a manifestation of wishful thinking.



posted on May, 22 2008 @ 04:28 PM
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Originally posted by IronMan
Sorry for the delay, Vasili hung his handbag (I'm still not
sure about him) on the gear-stick of the Ice Cream and
we ended up in Montauk!


Secret Handbag! SECRET HANDBAG! Thank you!
Boy, I wouldn't give a squirt of piss for your ass right now.
Don't mess with the bull, young man. You'll get the horns.

If you're going to float another air biscuit, let me know, okay?



posted on May, 22 2008 @ 04:47 PM
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Hi Mr. Green---- you aren't alone, I think lots of people are afraid of bug-eyed aliens. I can't believe there are people who are trying to be abducted, or trying to figure out how they could encounter aliens.



posted on May, 22 2008 @ 05:34 PM
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I am not mental my friend far from, I am so at peace you would not understand. No mental problems here.



posted on May, 22 2008 @ 05:36 PM
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Hello! Your so funny you know that dont you. I look forward to my nightly Ironman comedy its great.



posted on May, 22 2008 @ 05:37 PM
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so how do you get that snooker ball in your mouth Vasili?
MG



posted on May, 22 2008 @ 05:53 PM
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I think it's quite funny that ET skeptics try to hold court on a thread like this.


Fortunately, I doubt many people on this thread are buying what they're selling. The arguments against ET I've seen so far on this thread fall prey to several logical fallacies: proof through excessive verbosity; assumed knowledge of mathematical probability without proof; and special pleading. Boo


Hopefully most will see through these posts as desperate attempts to make sense of something one has never experienced before.

Why waste your time?



posted on May, 22 2008 @ 06:06 PM
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Vasili is busy with... it involves a styrofoam cup and
coat hanger! Jeez, Ramius treats him like a son and
yet the guy's a full-blown lunatic, I'd treat him like a
son of a....

I've seen him do it (the ball in the mouth) and it makes
your eye brows raise, sheesh, it can't be healthy.

Ripley once commented that Vasili may have snake-like
jaws and that's the trick, I dunno.

The first time I saw him do it was in The Slaughtered Lamb.
We'd just got back from an awful encounter involving Vance
being abducted, Frazier 'Keksi' Keks being rejected by the
Mothership and the rest of us blasting it's hull with p*ss.

It was up on the moors in the UK and it was our first expedition.

We'd wandered into the remote pub and I was surprised by
the cheerfulness of it's patrons, they all seemed to know Ramius.

Then the joke came and then all hell broke loose.
You know the one...
The Brian Glover look-a-like shouted " There was this airplane
over the Atlantic on its way to New York. It was full of men from
the Un-it-ed Na-tions.
So halfway over the ocean the engines run low on petrol so
they have to lighten the plane. So they heave out all the baggage,
but it's still too heavy. So they chuck out the seats, but it's still-too
-heavy!
Finally this Froggy steps up and shouts "Viva la France" and leaps out.
Then an Englishman steps up and shouts `God save the Queen!' and
leaps out. But the plane is still too heavy.

So the Yank delegate from Texas steps up, shouts,
`Remember the Alamo!' and chucks out the Mexican!

That one.


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posted on May, 22 2008 @ 06:17 PM
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Now this is the thought that wakes me up in the middle of the night.



posted on May, 22 2008 @ 06:25 PM
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reply to post by Vasili OH BOY Borodin
 

I see you're using Ramius's lap-top, if he finds you with it,
well, it'll be the cupboard for you again.
Newt's sat across from me now as we're trundling through
Louisiana, not far from Natchez, and he's watching me with
hooded eyes.

He's a strange one Newt, he watched me and Vance disembark
from a bus after we'd spent a couple of hours in the local Police
Station and for some reason... he just 'tagged' along.

A sixteen year-old kid in a biker jacket and a whole life of
normal ahead of him. I suppose it takes all sorts.



posted on May, 23 2008 @ 02:50 AM
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At no point in my life have I ever wished or asked to have anything to do with aliens. I sometimes look at people I know who are totally unaware of whats going on, the word alien to them is just that a totally alien word.

Their lives appear so much easier without this burden of knowledge, however its a knowledge full of holes and many questions. This leads to frustration within abductees and the constant seeking of answers.

I agree no one should ever wish for an abduction, however I do think no abduction is random and if its going to happen its going to happen. Maybe in the very early days abductions were random but now there is a plan to it all. If you have what they seek they will abduct you...end of story.



posted on May, 23 2008 @ 02:54 AM
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well, it'll be the cupboard for you again.



posted on May, 23 2008 @ 02:55 AM
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[edit on 23-5-2008 by Mr Green]



posted on May, 23 2008 @ 05:19 AM
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Did you really make a mention to "galactic racism"? You did...seriously? Wow...so I'm willing to bet that soon it's going to be bad if at any time I make a mention to an alien being as a "gray". I guess people will consider that a hate crime, right?

I'm sorry to be an ass about it but what you said was just...weird.



posted on May, 23 2008 @ 05:47 AM
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Well, today we're not far from Laredo, Texas.
We drove all night, as the big O said and passed
over the border about 4.00am this morning.

Ripley's still asleep, her lips flapping like a scarecrow's
jacket and Vasili is riding shotgun with Ramius... I can
here him muttering strange mumblings as he dreams.
(what the hell does "Viggy, Viggy Viggy, you been a baaad
boy" mean?)

Anyway, we've heard of a landing, maybe only for a couple
of minutes, down near Neuvo Laredo (excuse spelling) and
we're gonna check it out.
I have four canteens of 'Old Man's Ale' (if you know what I mean)
fastened to my belt and my sprayer is loaded with the same and
a sprinkling of rock-salt.

Newt is gazing out the Ice Cream van's serving hatch at scrubland
around us and I'm wonderin' if he's a little home-sick.

Home... yeah, there's a word from the past. For me it was a
small crazy-paved patio and a petunia surrounded lawn...
all those memories lost... like tears in rain, I'm starvin',
time to dine.




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