Originally posted by Brainiac
The Universe is 10 billion years old est. Earth is 6 billion years old. everything is spreading out away from us, so that means the farther away from earth you get, the younger everything is...
Hence No Aliens... probably 95% no...
Originally posted by colloredbrothers
And they will return in numbers hmmm.
I read a book by Erich von Dänicken where he shows that big civilizations in the past had encounters with beings from another planet and in all those cases the beings talked about a return.
Today I had a dream, normally i don't have these kind of dreams so its really weird.
I look out the window and there is someone that jumped the fence and walked in my yard he had a very powerfull camera with him and I was wondering WTF!? so i looked at him and in the sky where he was waching and I saw allot of ufo's standing in circles or flying up and comming down like the sky was full of them. I told my dad and I couldn't talk specifics i was almost in shock so the only thing that came out of my mouth was OMG OMG OMG OMG look look!!!!! and my dad looked but sayed he didn't see anything and I was like OMG OMG OMG8!!!!
That night I had my first lucid dream btw, its like my attention ws fully on my dream and suddenly a new scene came before my eyes where i saw all of these ships. Like someone was just waiting for me to become lucid to show me these things.
BTW: everybody was standing outside in awe saying its amazing and stuff.
Originally posted by mtaftm
reply to post by ImShrike
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Originally posted by Trams
reply to post by ImShrike
Again, another story that includes hostile reptoids/reptilians. I don't know. I haven't ever had a case of abduction, or have ever seen a UFO. But there are just so many people out there with stories of abduction and sightings, that there must be something to it.
I think that it's interesting he lost a lot because of this, because it either shows that he made it up and failed to attract the attention he was going for, or it actually did happen. This is a great story, and one that should be discussed on ATS. Star and Flag for the O.P. for bringing this some attention.
Originally posted by Orion65
...."they want to talk with us and that they will soon return in larger numbers."
They interrogated/questioned him and examined him (and scared the cr@p out of him) but they ultimately didn't physically harm him (?) so does this mean they want to "talk with us" benevolently? And since this happened between 1978 and 1981 have they returned "in larger numbers" yet?
He kept saying: "My God, are they ugly!". The operator then asked if "they" were human and if they were assaulting him.
Originally posted by frugal
"Hi! It is amazing the aliens bring people back to their location...alive even.
Why is it they don't eject bodies into the air, or leave people on the moon ?or mars? or in space? They have lots of room to be incredibly evil and insensitive. Science. Think of all the terrible experiments that we have done on animals."
If you were to review the mysterious case from about 1950 in Sweden here on ATS a couple of months ago which seemed to be a multiple abduction case that resulted in seven deaths, you probably would find an answer to your question.
There are a lot of these star folk coming here. They don't all operate exactly by one rule book or if they do, they may interpret Rule 10, Section A, Paragraph 2 differently from prior or later visitors. Basically, we are treated carefully and decently by different standards than what we ourselves would have. But to them, even being enironmental cautious by the rule book, we are specimens to be picked up, examined according to their interests and needs, and usually returned to the pickup point physically intact at the least. Some of them make efforts to not cause us emotional suffering because of the intrustion. (They perhaps understand us better than other visitors--these would be the grays for the most part.) Others, don't seem to care much about us except what they require.
Everybody needs to keep in mind that people that are abducted face a difficult life thereafter. Frequently, that life is destroyed in every possible way, family, friends, job, and especially, ESPECIALLY, in their own minds. A good rule for judging that person is to look closely at who they were before in terms of the aspects I just mentioned, and who they turned into later. Many, if not most, can't handle the terrific stresses and they go haywire. Most of you have no clue. The Travis Walton case is one of the few where things went extreme, but where the subjectee was able to return pretty much to the core individual he was before the incident. Some of us don't survive, intact or at all.