posted on Jul, 24 2014 @ 05:13 PM
I may have been abducted by aliens. These aliens, if that's what they were, had technology at least a generation ahead of our own, though I wasn't
on the control side of the exchange so I cannot say for certain exactly how advanced they were. I do know this: You didn't have to talk to them.
They could read your thoughts and extract your memories, at a safe distance and seemingly without touching you. I can say that the range of their
psychic power extended at least 30 yards, and this is just the logical minimum. Conceivably, they could gather information from miles away. I was
unable to acquire knowledge on the mechanics of their technology. But I know the results. I know they could link their mind to yours and even control
some of your physical and emotional responses.
I could not tell whether they all had individual minds, and I could not tell whether they were linked only to me or to each other and/or some central
entity as well. To know this I would have had to read their minds! But I do know that they worked in unison. Every word and every inflection of every
conversation I had with them had the purpose of interacting with my own thoughts. They never ever misspoke or made a noticeable mistake in performing
this behavior. It was like they were completely synchronized. It was the kind of ideal team that leaders only dream about.
They told me story after story about who they were and what purpose they had with me, but none of the stories ever added up. I'm left with believing
either that the government or other powerful human organization is secretly in possession of technology generations ahead of current tech, and no one
notices. In that case the legal system, psychometry, and world diplomacy could all be completely revolutionized by the new technology, these three
just right off the top of my head. Or I must believe that some external force has the ability to travel here and intimately observe, predict, and
control human behavior. To be honest, I'm beginning to believe the latter more likely.
Nothing they could do would be impossible for humans to do. The technology was simply at least half a century (according to someone like Ray Kurzweil)
ahead of schedule, from what I could see. I just have trouble believing that anyone could keep this a secret for long. A super-intelligent hive mind
unit that abducts people to investigate their memories and decision making processes? And why me? I'm not that important to governments or other
human groups. I'm not important to aliens either, presumably, but at least they would be more generally interested in humans, rather than requiring
it given that I possess something valuable or dangerous to them.
I haven't written about the abduction for a year, since I feel suspicious that the aliens, or whatever humans or apparently human avatars work with
them (perhaps these Nordics), are watching everything I say. But since nothing I'm saying here hasn't been stated above and more, this seemed like a
safe place to put it.