Originally posted by RestingInPieces
I don't get it. If ET has never visited earth, and if the government knows nothing about this... thing, how will this provide any satisfaction to the
people who actually want disclosure?
I am coming from the other side of the argument because I have experienced some” things” and on one occasion (eighth of May 2008 03:00) there was
a very strong emotional response from me to an external stimulus that I am certain did not come from my Wi-Fi.
I hesitate to use the word telepathy or anything similar because it does not do the feeling justice and also because it would be easy to label me a
loon (not that I care too much). The after effects were wide ranging and nearly drove me crazy and I did end up pushing a lot of people away after the
event. I nearly lost my wife and because of it.
I know I lost most of my so called friends.
One thing I know is if the things I have seen were built here on earth by human beings without any help by extraterrestrials then I really will be
confused and left scratching my baldy melon.
Originally posted by RestingInPiecesThe only way that "disclosure" will provide any satisfaction to the "believers" is if the
government actually confirms that ETs have been visiting earth if they have, or that they have been in communication with us if they exist.
I am already satisfied that there are peoples not from here who are visiting us and the only reason I would like my government to come out and confirm
this phenomenon is happening on a global scale is because people who have experienced these things will no longer risk out of hand being pushed to the
fringes of society and ostracised because it is assumed they have an over imaginative mind.
It is an unfair state of affairs that has destroyed many lives and until this phenomenon is accepted as a fact many more lives will be ruined.
Originally posted by RestingInPiecesThe whole "disclosure" thing is hinging on the government confirming a belief that ET
I agree because until government grows a spine and comes out and admits that something very strange is going on above our heads this ferris wheel will
continue to turn until everyone has experienced something and by then no person will believe a single word that comes from our governments ivory
Originally posted by RestingInPiecesIf they say it doesn't, then disclosure isn't disclosure.
If government continues to hold onto this diminishing handful of sand that is the lie of the UFO phenomena then I will assume they are lying because I
think they are. They have such a massive pool of scientific knowledge and wonderful technology at their disposal and surveillance technologies (paid
for by my taxes) . Yet for all this power government still cannot decide if UFO’s are real?
In my opinion they are lying and this lie is coming apart at the seams.
Originally posted by RestingInPiecesDo you "disclosure" people see what is wrong with your anticipation, or are you really so blinded
by your want to believe?
If anything I am as cynical as they come when it comes to the government and the disclosure topic but that said, I live in eternal hope that one day
the disclosure will come, not because I yearn to believe in extraterrestrial visitations but because I yearn to know the truth even if that truth is
no more than finding out that I am part of a race of beings that is feared and despised by the visitors.
One thing I can say with hand on heart that if my government tries to tell me that the visitors are a threat I will fall back upon the government
track record of deceit and dodging the issues on the subject.
I will take my chances and walk towards a landed otherworldly ship and there will be no thoughts of war in my heart.
In other words I will take my chances with the visitors and make up my own mind based upon what I experience from them. If that means I end up
stripped of my vital organs and cored out up to my colon then it would have been a risk I was willing to take.
I guess you could say if anything I am blinded by hope.
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