posted on Jun, 19 2010 @ 05:06 PM
This is a really interesting read. It perfectly highlights that which i was talking about in the Stanton Friedman thread. This is exactly the sort of
case Stanton wouldn't touch with someone else's ten foot barge pole.
I can see why, after all you are ,pretty much, onto a hiding to nothing and there isn't a skeptic alive that is going to take this sort of testimony
seriously ever. The person is just going to be written off as wholly flaky and dismissed as either, palpably mentally ill or just a seriously stupid
Yet, down the years there are, a whole host of these sort of people who. If you actually talk to them come across as wholly serious about their
experiences. The problem is that, they are often judged by the standards of the Billy Meiers of this world. These people do not seek publicity on a
huge level and often only ever offer up these tales after many years of not quite believing it themselves.
At present, i have a friend who claims to have gone through something very similar to this report. in their case it was with music, they had an
experience felt they were being guided after the event. They totally changed their approach and the music they were making and found the success that
had eluded them for so long. They even have the photo's, which i have seen. Believe me, these are no aircraft lights, they simply don't come in the
colours on these photos. yet i admit the photo's could be interpreted in many different ways and, alone prove conclusive of absolutely nothing save,
they aren't aircraft lights or Chinese lanterns. The person has no interest in publishing the pictures on0line as they have no interest in the
opinions of others about what, they perceive, as a very personal experience. They themselves admit, alone the pictures prove nothing so to publish
would be, akin to them just seeking publicity for publicity's sake.
The witness in the OP's case could be mentally ill, they could be seeking some kind of kudos, it could a combination of these. However, in my
experience they could possibly be telling the truth as it has happened to them. To dismiss these cases totally out of hand, is to ignore some of the
most interesting data about the whole UFO phenomenon.
What's more, if these people are so part of a non human experiment. The perpetrators have a perfect cover for their dabblings. That being that, the
moment you go public about what is happening to you, a large percentage of the public immediately assume you are barking mad.
When i see that lass selling her DVDs about her *contact with the sky people*, I quietly smile to myself knowing that. Even if she was a genuine
contactee, by doing what she had done, she will find herself left high and dry and simply ridiculed by all and sundry for being a, as we Brits say,
bit of a tapper.
In the cases where people go public in a big way the following often happens. The person thinks they have the footage, the evidence that will finally
prove beyond doubt the existence of UFOs etc. it even seems as if their *friends from outer space* are encouraging to show humanity the *truth*. Then
when everything seems set, the carpet will be pulled out from under the person and the whole edifice will come crashing down around them.
Meanwhile, those who just keep it to themselves or only mention the experiences, years later, often seem to reap some reward. Jimi Hendrix, John
So read the guy's tale and before you simply dismiss it, remember he is not alone by any means at all. There are some very rational, wholly down to
earth people, who have had these experiences and simply wish no publicity about it for themselves.