posted on Feb, 15 2010 @ 06:14 PM
reply to post by SmokeJaguar67
To my knowledge, we were not medically tested on. However, one of us was told my an Ear/Nose/Throat specialist that she had multiple sinus surgeries.
She never had any.
We both have been told were were pregnant before when it was our first pregnancies. That made it difficult because doctors assumed we knew things we
didn't and they were angry with us for "lying."
Over the years we have looked for descriptions of the "room." I haven't found anything. Most talk about surgical tables. There were none to be
seen. It was like a huge indoor football field, except there were no lines. It is difficult to describe the vastness of this indoor space because we
couldn't see the end of it.
There were literally HUNDREDS of people with us. They were widely spaced in groups of two or three. Everyone was really excited. They were talking
to each other in those small groups, but it was such a huge space that it wasn't loud.
I knew my friend was somewhere in the space with me, but I didn't see her because there were too many groups. She never saw who she was with. She
says the person always stayed a little behind her so she didn't see him/her/it, but she could hear. The person/being directed her where to go.
I saw and spoke to two other people. One guy in my group had a towel wrapped around him. He was still soaking wet. He said he had been in the
bathtub and hadn't been given much time to get ready. The other was a woman, older. I didn't recognize either one of them.