posted on Jun, 10 2008 @ 08:11 PM
I was reading one of Witley Striebers books the other day as a friend had bought it for me. I don't give much credit to Mr.Streiber but the books
cover is what interested me the most. It has an artist rendering of the aliens he claimed to have been abducted by, a big bulbous head with large
black, oval eyes. The classic grey alien.
So i decided to do an experiment, i took the book cover and showed it to friends, i simply asked them to look at it, in the eyes for a little while.
Out of nearly 20 people, 15 became very uncomfortable sitting simply looking at the image and a couple even felt actual nausea. These aren't people
who are big into the UFO scene, only two of them share my interest in the subject.
So i got to thinking, is the whole alien abduction phenomena involving greys simply happening becuase it's the scariest image your mind can render?
Is it possible that at a deep sub concious level our brains invent the same scary image for many many people? I know there are many different aliens
that are said to be abducting people, but the greys seem the most commonly reported.
So i post a picture here of the cover of the book i had, i request everyone try taking a look at it, just stare at it in the eyes for 3 minutes and
see how you feel. Will you get bored, scared, nauseas, fearful or have slight chills down you spine? It's an experiment i would like others to take a
I'm really starting to think that many people have this image in their mind at a sub concious level simply because it's the scariest being their
mind can conjure.