posted on May, 15 2010 @ 06:45 AM
Now, to carry on over here at the members' area, I have to first remind you all, that these are just my own views and have nothing to do with the
reality, as there is no such thing. Everything we observe and experience is always filtered through our own personal network of interconnected
thoughts, feelings, opinions (mostly opinions), and other aspects of our own egos. I am always willing to admit that I might be completely off and
horribly wrong with my ideas, but unlike so many, I'm also willing to adopt new approaches and changing my mind from time to time. There's nothing
as futile in the Universe than trying to prove you are right, when you should always be aware that the chances for that are quite slim.
So, where was I... Oh, right.
One of the most fascinating machines that I have ever come across with, although never actually held one, is the human brain. Most of us seem to have
one, which is a miracle of life itself, but is there a possibility that the human mind can be subjected to mind control, as suggested in so many
conspiracy theories, and is there something we can actually call telepathy? My parents used to have a strong intuitive connection between each other,
sometimes starting to talk about subjects, that hadn't been discussed about in decades, simultaneously. Once, my dear late father, who was a simple,
hardworking man, said to have caught a temporary telepathic connection with a stranger. This had happened on a cruise ship, where the stranger was
looking for a certain amount of fun and excitement with the opposite sex. My dad said it had been the strangest ten seconds of his life, when the
thoughts of the stranger - a woman, who had left his loser husband home with the kids - had poured into his own mind, "as clear as if they were my
own", according to him.
So, yes, I do believe in telepathy. My parents weren't the only ones in my family to have similar strange experiences, but I try not to drift that
far for now. Believing in mind control, on the other hand, is a tricky one. I do believe in subliminal messaging, that's why we have commercials
around, after all, but could a human mind or several minds at the same time be straightly manipulated and what kind of methods would be used, if so? I
don't know. There are already techniques used in both medical and military science that have freed us to have a direct interface with a computer.
Maybe it's possible that we are all inter-connectable, minus those who have hacked their brains beyond the standard. If we are, then it's maybe
possible that the brainwaves oscillating from one person to other could be used for collective mind control as well. As I said, I don't know.
And, as you probably guessed already, I'm quite confused today as well.
[edit on 15-5-2010 by Ufomies]