posted on Apr, 11 2010 @ 09:31 PM
Just a few observations...
Lie detector tests. Not worth the electricity they waste, sorry but that's a plain fact. You know how east it is to beat one? All you have to do is
contract your sphincter muscles when replying to the control questions and the results are whatever you want them to be. Yes, it's that easy to fool
Given that, they really aren't worth even considering.
Secondly, as already touched on, the hallucinatory experience. Now this bit does make me chuckle. It's amazing how willing people, who have never
done these sort of drugs, are happy to pronounce, with an air of authority, what those who have done them, have been through.
Well here's a quick 101 on Mushrooms and Acid. Hallucinations, gnerally come in two types. Distortion and the full blown "Where the chuff am i",
The distortion ones, are obvious and you know what you are seeing is not what is really there. I have a friend who, when i was tripping turns into
Beavis, i mean the guys profile, under the effects of '___' changes. His jaw and nose become slightly prolonged . Funny thing is i never knew how to
describe him till the Beavis and Butthead cartoon were made.
Another common distortion is to see light switches glow, ie you know there's electricity flowing through the switch so your brain seems to suggest,
"Hey lets see it as well". Believe me, as whacked out as you might be, you know damn well that you are just "seeing things".
The we have the *classic*. "i saw lots of insects they were everywhere" There's a boring simple explanation for this. Hallucinogens tend to expand
the area of the ye's lens that is open. That is, your peripheral vision is expanded past that you normally use. If it's dark, naturally, the area
around the edge of your vision is usually in shadow. What happens is you start to notice the floaters, that everyone has in their eyes; aqueous fluid.
The brain, which always seeks to make common sense from shapes, more often than not says. "Its black, it's small it's moving, seemingly, rather
quick. It's an insect". Hey presto, you see an insect not simply a floater in your eye.
The full blown hallucination, is a place many who have taken these sort of drugs, just don't go, if they hit many people just block them and often
these are what people mean as *I had a bad trip*. Now whilst i sympathise and will do what i can to help someone in this situation, oh and orange
juice has no effect whatsoever, so don't bother. it is really a situation that one can only say. Look if you don;t wan;t the full blown thing, don;t
do Acid or Mushrooms. Sooner or later, they will take you there whether you want to go or not. Truth is any shaman will tell you this,. it's no use
blaming the drugs for simply doing what they advertise on the wrapper, so to speak.
So Travis Walton?
To my mind it is a real classic for these reasons. In the history of Ufology there have been several cases where you think, at the outset, as the
witness. It's slam dunk, it can't be explained any other way, Surely this is proof, of some sort, surely people must see there is something real to
So with Travis, you have this blindingly good account and what seems, mucho physical evidence to back it up. Only, didn't Travis have a comic book
in the truck, he'd been reading, that was about aliens visiting our planet?. Classic really, see if Travis had nicked the ashtray from that space
ship he claims he was on. That fact alone would damn him with a huge swathe of those who don;t believe this sort of stuff ever happens.
So , if you have a government that doesn't really want to fess up over the whole shebang and a, possibly, outside intelligence that , likewise,
doesn't want its' presence here 100% confirmed you are looking at, banging your head against a wall, pretty much, all the time.
The government isn't going to help, cos they don;t have any sort of control over this phenomenon and governments just don't ever admit stuff like
that, It's simple human nature, people who want to be politicians and generals enjoy being in control. They are not going to admit in public,
something is out of their control.
You know sometimes, we might have to accept, we are the just maybe, the butt of a big joke on behalf of these intelligences. It could be that, whoever
did what they did to Travis, had been studying something in that area, totally unseen by that crew. They knew Travis was reading those comics and
thought, Let's have a laugh, this will scare the monkeys and make them think. They didn't expect Travis to get so close up and personal and his
*abduction* was as someone has mooted, maybe to actually save his life or health. I suspect his whole experience on board is a screen memory, I
doubt Travis will ever really know what, actually happened to him.
If Travis had taken hallucinogens, I am pretty sure the first thing he would have thought was, "Err this is some freaky hallucination@; and actively
tested it, by trying to touch things to see if they morphed in shape or were solid to the touch.
See, the part about Travis' story that says to me he's not bsing is this. Humans like narratives, we like closure and weird as it may seem,
hallucinations, follow this pattern, They have a narrative thread usually with a conclusion. Maybe that's why it called "taking a trip"? In the
Travis case, there is nothing like this, past the moment he was , supposedly, taken on board the craft. From the interviews I've sen with Travis, i
suspect, could be wrong, this a guy who would have truly fascinated by the experience and sough to assimilate it mentally, not block it out and file
it under. "That's Way too freaky, let's pretend that never happened in my conscious mind".
The impression i have from Travis is this. If he had just hallucinated it all, it wouldn't have worried him at all. I sense he'd have remembered it
all, clearly, and for years after, regaled those willing to listen with his tale and end it with the classic "Weird eh?" In short, he could have
"dined" out on that simple "trip"without all the hassle he brought down on himself.
However, if he did do acid etc a fair bit it would have totally freaked him out not to remember what had happened. it might have been so weird he
felt he couldn't tell others about it. However, to not remember at all, that is damned strange.
Conclusion in next post