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When we compare this hypnotically retrieved information to Betty's
dream sequence, we find that they are nearly identical. However, the
dream recall is not nearly as rich with detailed as the hypnotic recall, which
suggest that she might have confabulated to add more detail to her ac-
count but that is mere speculation. In "Dreams or Reality?" she wrote,
"I suggested that what was needed was absolute proof that this had hap-
pened; maybe he could give me something to take back with me. He
agreed and asked what I would like. I looked around the room and found
a large book. I asked if I could take this with me and he agreed. I was so
happy, and thanked him. I opened the book and found symbols written in
long, narrow columns. He asked jokingly if I thought I could read it and
I said that this was impossible: I had never seen anything like it. I was not
taking this for reading purposes, but this was my absolute proof of the
experience, and that I would always remember him as long as I lived."
Then the leader crossed the room and pulled a map out of an opening
in the wall and asked Betty if she had ever seen a map like it before. She
walked across the room and leaned against a table, looking up at the
oblong map with lots of scattered stars all over it. Some were little, just pin-
points, and other were as big as a nickel. On some of the dots, there
were curved lines going from one dot to another. Then, there was one
large circle with several heavy, solid lines that connected to another
slightly smaller circle....he rolled the map up and put it back into the
space in the wall and closed it
Later she says:
"...he went over to the wall and pulled down a map." (Stan continues)
It is apparent that Betty's dream mimics 1961 technology: the leader
pulls down a map reminiscent of classroom geological maps, which
he snapped back into place.
...in an interview with Kathy, the map became "almost like looking
out a window about three feet wide and two feet high. The pattern was
on the forefront. Other stars were there but not so noticeable. The stars
in which I had an interest were those that were connected by lines,
although others were noticeable to me, maybe from the angle
from which I was looking."
1. The map was 3-D.
2. The stars glowed.
3. The stars were tinted.
4. There were no grid lines.
5. There was no concentration of stars, so the galactic plane concentration of stars (Milky Way) was not apparent, probably showing (if the map represented reality) only local stars were in it. Another possibility would be that only selected stars were in it. But since they were interested in the sun, and there are a number of stars similar to the sun in the local neighborhood, Psyche, if it existed, would still be local.
6. The map was about 3 feet long by 2 feet high.
7. The map was similar to a reflective hologram. The map material was thin. It had no (sic)linticular lines as in one of our 3-D processes. It was not a projection.
written by Joachim Koch and Hans-Juergen Kyborg
She then asked the leader where he and his craft had come from. Betty wrote that, in response, from the wall the leader "pulled down a map, strange to me ... It was a map of the heavens" marked with numerous stars and planets. (Clark, 281) There were different types of lines between some of the stars which denoted, she was told, trade and exploration routes. The leader asked Betty if she knew where the Earth was located on the map
In this context, Betty's words from the television program are interesting when she said: "...and it was almost [as if] it was all realistic - it was almost like looking at the sky and even some of the objects seemed to be slowly moving..." (emphasis mine)
There is fairly good evidence that the Marjorie Fish map is not representative of the Zeta-Reticuli System, but is actually a depiction (in real time, circa 19-10-61) of our own Solar System, viewed from the perspective of high above the plane of the orbits of the planets, from a position behind Jupiter.
"She then asked the leader where he and his craft had come from. Betty wrote that, in response, from the wall the leader "pulled down a map, strange to me ... It was a map of the heavens"
The Dance of the Planets sim was not done on the day of the abduction, but approximately one month later. Betty had been remembering other/different/more detailed events in nightmares.
There is some risk of losing one's stance and letting in additional skepticism
The "major assumption" to which we refer is that their best solution comes not on the day of the actual abduction but on a day about one month later during the nights that Betty Hill experienced nightmares of the abduction and saw the star map again in her dreams.