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what would you ask a grey?

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posted on May, 26 2008 @ 02:33 AM
what would you ask if you had the opportunity to ask a grey, or any alien for that matter ANY question in the whole world?
i recently heard that a man was abducted and he was screaming and screaming, and the grey's said in there low raspy voices "what can we do to make you stop screaming?" and he said "let me smell you". Although this question didn't help him get back home in the slightest way, he did learn that they smelled like cheese...
i guess i would ask one of the main questions on everybody's minds... "why are we here?" or something of that nature.

so what would you ask?

ps sorry if this has been previously posted, if so let me know and a link would be greatly appreciated.

posted on May, 26 2008 @ 02:41 AM
hahah can i have the external source

I would ask why have you abducted me for.

Also can i gain some of your knowledge? hahah

posted on May, 26 2008 @ 02:50 AM
Will you ever publicly reveal yourselves and if yes when?

Do you believe in the god – or the common acceptance of what we believe god to be?

Are any other planets in our solar system currently habitable or have previously been habitable?

What’s the reason behind abductions?

Is there anything significant about 2012?

Could you please take me away from this hell hole?

Do you care about us at all?

posted on May, 26 2008 @ 02:53 AM
True.. Asking why I was taken would be a primary concern.. As they have taken many for study.. What are they looking for in all the individuals they take.. Something different in the DNA? Consciously evolved Humans? Are some Humans of a different species?

My second question "Actually multiple questions" would be to know how their Craft operated what are the Physics involved? What have you learned of the Universe and are you going to let me go.

posted on May, 26 2008 @ 02:55 AM
reply to post by stevo351

I would ask one simple question. Who do you think you're fooling?

posted on May, 26 2008 @ 02:56 AM
What is your favorite part of the cow? The lips, the eyes, the cored nethers? Do you do that with veggies or noodles?

posted on May, 26 2008 @ 03:17 AM
haha alot of great questions there people thanks for the replies. i know its not much of a 'knowledgeable' post containing a cool story but i've always wondered these things. thanks for participating!
in regards to nahsik's question my friend (also on ats) told me about it so if you want ill find out where he got the story.
and jpm1602, you are a very funny person.

posted on May, 26 2008 @ 03:23 AM
That's what people tell me on a surprisingly regular basis Stevo. But I'm never quite sure how to take it.

What would be your favorite spacejam? Coldplay or Aerosmith?

posted on May, 26 2008 @ 03:23 AM
I would ask for 3 things.

1. A lightsaber.

2. An alien wife.

3. A brand new flying saucer.

posted on May, 26 2008 @ 03:23 AM
Are you going to probe me?
Will you call me afterwards?
COmes to mind first anyway.
I think many abductess have asked questions. SOmetimes they are ignored, sometimes they answer. It seems to me they view us as lesser beings.
I'd ask if I could travel.

posted on May, 26 2008 @ 03:31 AM
'Will you call me afterwards?'. Oh God! Well my monitor was do cleaning again. Hope my keyboard doesn't short.

posted on May, 26 2008 @ 03:40 AM
I'd ask them to stop the world as i wanna get off!. I am sick and tired of the mindless violence, wars, senseless killing in the world. There has to be a better way of living. So having asked that i'd ask them to make First Contact , prove their existence and tell us all to grow up

posted on May, 26 2008 @ 03:43 AM
Way too funny.

posted on May, 26 2008 @ 04:00 AM
The topic sounds kind of like a joke,but to add a touch of seriousness to it I would ask them if they had the technology to send me back in time.There is a mistake or two I would do everything to avoid.

posted on May, 26 2008 @ 04:02 AM
reply to post by bseven

I myself would like to go back and change past events.. But then again I am who I am today because of them.

[edit on 26-5-2008 by Lantian]

posted on May, 26 2008 @ 04:44 AM
The “you could let me smell you” reference is from one of Whitley Strieber's books. Probably not Communion, maybe Breakthrough IIRC. And he discovered that aliens smell like cardboard. I see Whitley Strieber is not very popular in the UFO community from several threads on ATS, probably for wrong reasons. Most abductees are unable to have a logical discussion with ETs. The terror and altered mind state they experiment favor emotional, low level communication. So the idea of smelling the aliens sort of makes sense.

posted on May, 26 2008 @ 04:45 AM

Originally posted by stevo351

i recently heard that a man was abducted and he was screaming and screaming, and the grey's said in there low raspy voices "what can we do to make you stop screaming?" and he said "let me smell you". Although this question didn't help him get back home in the slightest way, he did learn that they smelled like cheese...

This account was written by Whitley Strieber in his 1997 book 'Communion' which you can find here:

In 1987 it was a global best seller, and introduced the reality of the alien abduction phenomenon to a worldwide audience for the first time. The 'screaming' episode is recounted in detail in chapter one.

The main reason the book was so commercially successful was because Whitley was already a best-selling author (other subjects, mainly fiction) and had built up a name and reputation, and a good effective publisher, which helped to promote 'Communion' successfully.

Whitley is still very active in the paranormal, UFO & related fields. You can contact him through his website here:

The Gray, by the way, did not 'talk to him in a low raspy voice.' As invariably reported in abduction cases the communication was telepathic, but 'heard' inside the abductee's head - in this case like a 'basso profundo' type voice.

If you're interested in the abduction field and want to understand it then 'Communion' is essential early reading, as are the works of Budd Hopkins.


posted on May, 26 2008 @ 04:59 AM
reply to post by stevo351

Responding to the main question in the OP, if you meet and talk with abductees, or read their recorded/written accounts, you will find that the Grays are not very forthcoming with answers about anything unless it suits their purposes. They control the situation completely, or almost completely.

The best you get is a vague, non-specific or palliative response, or none at all. So it doesn't matter what you ask. In 90% of cases you get no answer, and in 10% a non-committal or useless one. They have work to do, just want to get the job done and are absolutely not interested in answering your questions. They are committed to a goal-directed project and it seems all that matters to them is that they succeed without being stopped or interfered with.

posted on May, 26 2008 @ 05:17 AM
Ok seriously. I would ask them if they've read the bible and believe in Jesus. or if they have heard about JESUS at all. If not, id love to tell em about it and show them a few films about him, like passion of the christ or Jesus Superstar.

posted on May, 26 2008 @ 06:52 AM
thanks again for all your reply's
-jpm1602, again, your a great addition to the posts!
-Wirral Bagpuss, im with you, i am sick of what this world has become, i believe we are slowly tearing ourselves apart, but fortunately (or so a spiritualist has told me) in 2012 these issues will slowly resolve themselves as society will 'calm down', but thats off the track.
-bseven, as i said its not a really interesting post i know but its still getting your thoughts across, and i find it really interesting as most of my mates think im a bit cookoo for all the alien stuff i talk about!
-runespider, HAHA! 'will you call me'
-lantian, i agree, there are things i would like to change, but at least now i have learnt, great input.
-nablator and bovarcher, thanks very much for the info on the book! ill be adding that one to the collection! and i know the grey's speak telepathically but apparently when they do speak it is in a low raspy voice, but what do i know ay, i've never had a conversation with one! and some very interesting ideas on the success drive minds... makes you wonder..
-jedimiller, yeah i agree although i personally havent really found what i believe in yet in terms of religion i do wonder if they have heard of our 'all mighty'.

thanks again for your inputs!

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