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Originally posted by 330BC
They eat all of kinds of plants, vegetables, fruits, berries. I don't know whether they eat grain or not. They don't have any animals in the bases, so they don't eat eggs or milk or anything like that.
Originally posted by Anonymous ATS
If you dig deep into this story, you will see the contradictions...
It's a fascinating story... but that's all it is. He spends too much time answering questions and telling you about the details... He is writing this to entertain himself.
Someone who would of been abducted by aliens and spent time on other planets with these aliens, would of had their entire reality turned upside down and would of gone through alot of emotional stages and fascination... He wouldn't be here telling you the story
Belief is playing a part here, the people who believe in this are following it blindly and taking it in as dogma because they want to confirm their beliefs to be true.
That's why people write these stories to entertain and delude themselves into that fantasy.
I noticed a few things in his story. We all tend to believe that we have a destiny and that we are all special and meant for something, this plays a part of a fantasy. Why was he chosen? Because in his mind, as with 90% of population, we want to play a big role in life that makes our life fulfilling...
I will bet that this guy isn't from France, his very updated on English slang... I would say that this guy is British
What gave it mostly was how he answered questions all the time, When someone like a writer creates a story... They add to their "fantasy universe" all the time and if you look between the lines, you will see that he is doing exactly the same.
His whole concept of reality would of been thrown out of the window if he was to go on different planets and spaceships...
What this guy has gone and done, has put information from the net, read stories and got fascinated with it happening, that he created a story of his own, to delude himself (Writers do this all the time)
Thanks for the story, it was entertaining... but that's all it was
My argument doesn't suggest that aliens don't exist, I believe that they do, however lets cut the fiction from the reality, have a healthy skepticism, if you're going to believe everything you read... you are no better then sheep.
Originally posted by Element-115I agree and second everything he says. It is very true that this is what writers do, only they talented ones get away with a good story. His was very loose and ridged. Too many "sort of's" were in the area where otherwise vital information should have been.
But for those who want to believe (probably wishes they had a UFO poster saying I WANT TO BELIEVE above their beds) will believe it completely. And that's sad.
Don't be polite to him, ask the hard questions and be critical. I personally don't believe a word he says. From a psychological perspective he's displaying the typical signs of someone who needs attention and recognition.
But if his story makes you feel good inside, then maybe, he did a good enough job to catch the attention of internet readers (different from actual book readers)
Originally posted by Element-115
I'll play along 330,
I'll ask you some questions and you better be as honest about it as you possible can.
1. WHY did they pick you?
2. Why do you think you're special?
3. What is your current line of job?
4. What are you studying?
5. What are your favorite films?
6. Do you have a girlfriend?
7. Does anyone know about this story? (family, friends, etc)
8. WHAT EVIDENCE DO YOU HAVE FROM YOUR EXPERIENCES?
9. And why should we believe you? What do you offer as evidence?
Yes, folks... a lot of you say, thank you for your story... it's just what it is... a story. It's not an actual experience. Try and initiate your filters people, this story isn't the same in scope as the Travis story. His has people confirming some of the aspects of his 'experience'. Try and be critical if you want the truth, then THAT'S what you need to do.
When someone asks you what 330 is, now is not the time to hold back secrets. I personally don't care what it is, but if you need credibility you'll spill the beans on everything.
IF your claim is true... wouldn't you want to share it with as many people as possible? Meaning, people in your home town? I.E. Local newspapers reporting on your 'experiences"?. See, if this was real, you'd want to make people understand just how wrong we are all seeing the world, that there are Aliens out there and you've not once told us what their agenda is. If you don't know then how can you say they are nice and good people? What do they want with YOU?
See what I'm getting at? Maybe you can add this to your updated version of the same story on some other forum and maybe you won't have someone like me there to poke holes in your story.
Sorry... but it's not a place to post fake stories... people actually believe too much what's online and take it at face value. Hell, someone actually said here that they'll take it at face value... tsk tsk.
Originally posted by Shrukin89
300BC says he doesn't care if you don't believe in it or not. He just basically wants to share of what he had seen. He doesn't need solid solid proof that everybody seems to want, in order for it to be true, you can ask him a thousand questions, yet I betcha you will still be in denial, because you choose not to believe it.
Originally posted by Epsillion70
Like I have stated previously the benefit of egoic magnitude has subsequently been outweighed by the value that the complete ignominiousness of this account that 330BC narrates in its entirety entails.
Think about it what value is to be gained in stating such a narrative that in it self is quite unbelievable in itself. If one is so unknowing of such precepts of said condition?