posted on Jan, 9 2003 @ 05:25 AM
Not true entirely. Look at the case of Betty and Barney Hill, their abductors told them where they were from, even showed Betty a star map which she
drew partly for researchers. Or, take the case of Billy Meier who was visited by the Plaiediens, as was Adamski so I believe.
Whether you choose to believe their story or not is a different matter, but in some cases the 'aliens' have told us where they have come
from...which raises interesting questions in itself.
Byrd, Sub. They sound rational concepts, perhaps even Roswell was an accident by some historical tourists which then obviously changed our future?
One thing I would say though is, seeing a UFO..does it actually change the future. To be clear, the observee might think, having not seen one before,
that it is some unusual natural phenomena or a devine apparition and the like. Its not until 'they' have an accident and there's something tangible
that timelines begin to change. In this instance, just seeing something doesn;t neccesarily change things as saying, seeing you're dead grandmother
on the street corner would.
Sorry, I've strayed off the topic a little, but I thought it raised an interesting point about how far something might go before it affects the
future. You have the butterfly wingflap or the infamous drop of water down the back of the hand (thanks Jurassic Park!), but I just wonder if its
circumstantional as to how great the effect is?
[Edited on 9-1-2003 by phait]