reply to post by Skeptical Ed
I started believing when I initially began to immerse myself in the topic of extraterrestrials a few or so years ago. I had always been interested in
the subject when i was young, but up until recently had only read and heard a narrow range of in depth information.
I was reading books about remote viewing and channeling etc and got caught on this concept that I kept hearing about ETs actually mingling incognito
among Earth's societies.. It's still an idea that intrigues me immensely.
I guess I possess no substantial, tangible proof that 'aliens' exist or actually are walking around on this Earth (nor does anyone else for that
matter). I just get the feeling that some people are born to follow different paths - some become accountants, others become astronauts. Neither is
right or wrong, or good or bad, it's just the way it is. And despite all of the disagreements between opposing factions, we need each other to bounce
ideas off and to learn from. What I mean by all this is, I have been caught up with these out-of-this-world stories of ETs and myths etc since I can
remember, I just get the feeling that this is part of my 'calling', because I feel so strongly about. So, in other words, it's not really a
question of believing or not believing, it's about just learning as much as you can, and not necessarily taking any sides. So, in answering your
question, nothing 'convinces' me that they exist. It's just a feeling that has always been there.
I guess the one indicator that leads me to believe that these 'abductions' are actually happening, is the overwhelming amount of case evidence that
has been accumulated over the decades. Not to mention the interesting information being uncovered by increasingly popular regression therapy... And
it's not just people, but mutilated animals etc, apparently. Its all painting a very intriguing picture. But then again, it's important not to let
your imagination run away from you. Still, one must look at the evidence that we do have, staring us blank in the face, and take it for what it is -
an overwhelming indicator that something 'else' is going on here..
I'm sure there have been some
high up geezers who have claimed to have been abducted at some stage.. but mostly, I think it's a touchy
subject for them to discuss prolly because they're involved in an alliance of some description with outer space beings... I could be wrong on that
It seems to be a general consensus around these here parts.. Again, considering information that I've gathered from a range of sources in my
time researching this topic, it would certainly seem to be plausible, if you exercised an open mind..
I do believe that ETs could be intra-dimensional, as you put it, but I think that the chief reason behind a general belief in their interstellar
origins is due to initial and ongoing reports into abductions cases, channelings, remote viewings etc etc, as well as imposed mass media concept -
books, tv, movies etc. For many people, they're just becoming routined with the 'outer space' concept and so 'intra-dimensions' are perhaps a bit
over many of the general populace's heads for the moment... It does my head in if I think about this possibility for any extended period of time -
it's prolly still a bit over my head, to be honest...
You know, just through reading about random-Joes' spontaneous meetings with these ET folk is enough for me to consider making it happen myself.
Really, very interesting, but sometimes I doubt whether there would be many located in or around where I am located
Plus I'd prolly be a bit
'star-struck' at first, wouldn't know what to say.. But sure, when the time is right, I would love to meet one
Like I said, I prolly wouldn't know what to say at first, maybe ask a few questions in my mind, asking for them to indicate their realness.. Maybe
then I'd ask them what I should ask.. what they want me to know, or something.. not very well planned out at this stage but, it's in progress
Hope I divulged some interesting perspective here. Thanks for taking the time to make this thread and ask these questions. It's been interesting for
P.S. I guess my reasoning behind why ETs might be here on Earth comes down to my 'belief' that things are not always as we see them, and there may
have always been ET races operating within close proximity of us and this planet since forever and we've just never realised it. And perhaps only now
are we, as a collective consciousness, coming into some awareness of this 'concept'.. This could have something to do with the positioning of our
planet in the solar system, but I'm not sure. Regardless, there probably exist countless races of beings beyond this planet - some perhaps even
operating right here, right now, maybe since before we inhabited this place, and I think that, just because we are not aware of something or cannot
see it with our own eyes before us, does not mean that it doesn't exist at all.
[edit on 27/10/09 by pretty_vacant]