posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 02:54 AM
Op, are you still with us?
I think what some folks are trying to say, is that, even though it 'says' UFO/ALIENS, this is just a trap for your initial hazing. J/K.
The Gray Area is the 'safe zone' for the content of your post. The icon there says, "My Story".
Here in UFO/ALIENS people tend to gravitate towards philosophical debate on the actual paperwork trail and evidences left by government. They'll only
take the word of a former gov employee or base related employee--and even then there is a ferver to rip those sources apart. They *are* your friend-we
wouldn't be anywhere without the skeptic routing and finding and digging and calling out.
Nevertheless, this is often traumatising on the other people who have been thrust on with experiences-but don't have the 5 star rating and vetran
so, I had often heavy nosebleeds on vacations to Utah. It could have been the temp or elevation changes. They were HEAVY. And, I may have a birth
certificate in Canada-I mean, I know I do, I saw it-but, I don't know what happened to it after I saw it rigged up.
I've been there. Not sure if I'm a Canadian though, I think we got denied status and then just came back and forth through a variety of lying and
false id's/misplaced ids...Spent time in those parts. Toronto, BC, Calgary. And Nevada, Oregon, So Cal-mid cal-north cal; well most everywhere west
coast-intermittant East coast and the South; some midwest. I can't say I don't believe you.
Now, did they look like little animes-short beautiful people with large naturally colored (like ours) eyes, or like small versions of lord of the
ring's 'Golem'? Because, both of those species have a symbiotic relationship and there is an alliance with a human-ish race who employs 'a' blond
Then there is the blond woman I was run around with-oh-and her twin; she's another matter.
I'm not an abductee.
Hey, maybe you could ask for this to be moved over to 'Gray' so there will be a lot less static.
I found your bovine tale interesting. In the seventies, only pork or a relative was a good substitute, for say, skin grafts. I'd like to hear more