posted on Nov, 9 2008 @ 04:07 AM
Originally posted by myrddinzos
reply to post by lee anoma
it sounds to me that this "some girl" has probably done alot of studying in2 multiple sources as i have to come to her conclusions.
There are many theories out there by "alleged" contactees/abductees and a lot of them contradict each other. Since it's all based usually on the
authors own experiences and subjective point of view there is no way for me to find any proof that any of the theories are accurate.
There are some that say the exact opposite of what the poster stated.
Should I believe all of them to be true and have them cancel each other out making the whole idea null?
and it woukdnt benefit this person to spread a lie now would it.
You do know there have been alien/UFO hoaxes before correct?
Stories that were proven false?
The benefit can be a number of things to the individual.
Anything from simple attention seeking, or joking around, to money making off gullible believers.
from my experiance recently a majority of ppl wanna do things the ez way and not bother researching nething and base their beliefs on what they
I've heard similar stories before, that isn't the problem. The problem is that this story is not a proven fact just opinion and someone wants to
know should they share it will all their friends and family. I don't think they should unless they are sure it is real.
Are you suggesting I believe every chain letter I get when most have already been proven false?
and also all she asked was to spread the message, she didnt say tell these ppl that this is fact and make a religion out of it or
Yes, she asked should she spread it and I said no.
I don't know what you are trying to say here exactly.