posted on Oct, 18 2008 @ 01:33 PM
My own logic is that when they block memories significantly, so the memories are like leaks so to speak, surely this must be because there might be
some bad things one shouldn't remember. Unless the leaks are because they want the person to be slowly awakening for some reason.
It doesn't lead to strong feelings of loyalty due to the memory loss, but arouses suspicion.
This project "they" have that is ongoing seems to involve many children and I'm not sure why they are chosen. Though 5 is a significant age for
some of the children in terms of agreeing or giving consent from what I've read, as though 5 is a universal age of consent.
Whereas thats just a small child without any understanding. So if consent was given, can't remember it anyway.
Yet, despite feelings of extreme mistrust, the overall inner feeling is that the group is beneign and "nice" as my 17 year old would say, and there
is actually a feeling of love for one grey female that is remembered that must have had quite the skills and abilities when working with the children
to have won such feelings about her. And the feeling of loyalty persists. We no longer tell when we have had a sighting, not that we told more than
a few of them anyway, due to 3 helicopter chases out back along the mountain of the crafts we had been watching, the red light, slow flying, soundless
ones. We didn't know if what I had written had put them in danger or if they were picked up by radar. So the loyalty issue is being examined as to
why. Without more than glimpses of memories, which makes us suspicious, why the strong need to protect and be loyal to?