Originally posted by GoldenFleece
This is wonderful advice. I always remember a story about the Buddha being asked if he was enlightened. He said, "no, I am aware."
Can I ask how you arrived at your conclusions about our current lives and any other thoughts you might have about this seemingly bizarre existence
we're slowly awakening to?
I'm past the point of being angry. I can only laugh at the enormity of the deception.
I keep thinking of Styx' "Welcome to the Grand Illusion."
Hello GoldenFleece, and thank you for your reply.
I will be here, typing away on ATS until the year 2091 if I am to tell you the whole story. I shall summarize (this is the very short-short version.
Many things have happened to me that are unexplained):
Age 5-7: I was very much different than all of the other kids. I did not want to play with anyone, and I did not want to socialize. I was a quiet
little man and I loved to draw and day dream. I felt uncomfortable when I was around people (it felt as if they were drawing on my energy?). I had
many reoccurring dreams (and still do), some of which I remember to this day. In one of them I was outside of my grandparent’s home starring up into
the heavens. As I observed the stars, I noticed large masses of starships and UFO's battling with each other, shooting lasers and missiles and
tractor beams. In other dreams I would be attacked my demonic entities or aliens. I would be running for my life and screaming and trying my best to
get away. Sometimes I would wake up with bruises all over my body. To this day I do not know if this was a dream… or if it was reality.
*NOTE: If I visit my grandparents home and observe the stars in that same spot as in the dream, I see a UFO glowing very bright and speckles shooting
off of it, almost as if molten lava. I have heard many stories of such UFO’s from all over the world.*
Age 8-12: The questioning began. I started questioning everything. I questioned my teachers, my parents, my leaders, my preachers, and anything and
everything else that I could get my hands on. I found holes in many things including Bible, and did not understand why someone would have such blind
faith. I noticed that stars on peoples homes. I noticed the eye on the top of the pyramid and many other things that seemed odd and stood out. I soon
found that everyone lied (this I hated), and I began to not trust anyone. I realized that humans were an ignorant species and I wanted nothing to do
with them. I was convinced I was an alien or perhaps something entirely different.
Age 13-16: I had been stranded in the South Carolina airport because of an ice storm. I had to stay the night there alone and without my parents (I
enjoyed being alone). The next morning I was on a flight back home, and I was sitting next to an older gentlemen. He was very nice and he talked to me
the entire way. He told me amazing stories that I cannot quite remember and then he gave me his money clip (it looked like he had a million dollars
waded up). We arrived, I got off of the plane and he was no where in sight. I still had his money clip, and when I asked the flight attendant where he
went she claimed that I was sitting alone. I have his money clip in my town house; it is sitting on my dresser.
17-NOW: The questioning never stopped. I bought and still buy every book that I come across on astral projecting, ESP, ghosts, aliens and
conspiracies. I read several books a day, sometimes 3 at a time. I listen to Coast to Coast every chance I get. I realized that I was not the only one
that questioned everything. I realized that we were living an illusion. Nothing is as it seems. Since then I have questioned 9/11, all of our World
wars, aliens, earth, Illuminati and reality.
Currently I try to meditate every day.
More on life experiences and such experiences in more detail in the future...