posted on Dec, 14 2008 @ 05:56 PM
Originally posted by nh_ee
The concept of reincarnation segues with what you're describing here as well as why your entire family is involved.
Guardian angels do exist and Ive had several near death episodes only to be told that I've more to accomplish in this realm.
Have you ever had yourself regressed to your past lives ?
That would reveal quite a bit of what you're currently encountering, as well as your relationships with your family.
As a scientist, I find it very interesting and intriguing in that we as a species have much to learn yet and don't know everything as many would want
us to believe.
I'm intrigued by your post. If you don't mind my asking, what kind of scientist are you? Your approach to this subject is unusual for someone with a
scientific background as you've mentioned several faith-based subjects: reincarnation, guardian angels, and past-life regression; none of which have
been supported by empirical evidence. I suppose these notions wouldn't be entirely out-of-place if you have a background in psychology or
anthropology. I'm just trying to understand where you're coming from because these concepts are foreign to my own background (molecular
biology/geochemistry). Why have you gravitated towards a religious approach? Have you considered more traditional methods but found them to be
unsuitable for your purposes?
I feel compelled to defend the merits of the scientific method-- particularly since this is such a controversial topic. Physical evidence is the most
difficult to discredit and I feel I must insist that if we ever hope to figure out why people are having these experiences, we should do our best to
adhere to methods which appeal to the widest possible audience. Physical evidence and reproducible results can be observed by anyone, regardless of
I just want to make it clear that I'm not demanding physical proof by the OP because I suspect it may be difficult to provide anything that would be
universally acceptable in an online forum (to say nothing of the obvious side-effects that could come with dredging up reminders of past trauma).
Rather, I would like to see more people interested in this topic take a logical approach to answering questions about alien abduction. Even if there
isn't a single person here with conclusive evidence, we can still treat this as seriously as any other scientific debate.
For instance, I would like to hear more about possible methods we might exploit to look for patterns, trace evidence, etc. If there is a hereditary
pattern, how far along the family tree can we trace such cases? Has anyone ever participated in any genetic studies (i.e., National Geographic's
Genographic Project)? Several of you have mentioned shared symptomology. Has this ever been explored in greater depth? To the putative abductees, is
this pattern consistent with your experiences or not? Please don't feel pressured to agree if this is not the case in your situation. Differences
between your experiences and others could be the key to understanding the reasons why this is happening.
I don't know about the rest of you, but I am literally STARVING for something deeper! I am searching for something significant and from the looks of
things, the mods are too. If there are deeper ancestral roots, let's not quibble over phenotype (looks). If inconsistencies exist, then let's look
into it (could be very important!). I feel like there's so much NOISE out there that it's no wonder these posts seem like "threads to nowhere".
I want answers!