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Originally posted by EarthSister
If you believe alien races do not even exist, why are you trying to make contact? lol
If you really want to, invite them over. It could not hurt to ask. It is not up to me to decide what they do or with whom.
Originally posted by Paul_Richard
He is open to benign aliens existing in the flesh, just as I am.
However, I think I can accurately state that there are no physical aliens in your group, only spirits that your husband channels. So even if you could influence them to visit, the point is moot, as they are only spirits and not flesh and bone aliens.
Originally posted by AnOldWanderer
Finally, I'd like to ask you for your opinion on what is (to me) a key subject... Motive:
What reasons are there for such things to occur, seemingly without my knowledge or consent? What reason
is there for the indention/scar on the back of my head? The one on my knee(just below it actually)? I
see no rational reasoning for these actions. In fact, I'd have to say that is the main part that makes
me feel "crazy". Because why in the heck would such a thing happen? I see no logic in it at all,
although I may not be looking at it the right way. Any thoughts?
also wrote a symbol down that I remember seeing on a couple of occasions. Lines and dots really, don't know what to make of it, but I remember it on some level.
As far as asking my "contacts", I'm not sure how to do it. I think, after looking over my experiences thus far, that they may perceive me as being only partially conscious, or not conscious at all. I say this because I've had several questions ignored before, not rudely, but just ignored. Any thoughts on how to let them know that I'm really cognisant during the process, and that I'd like to interact better with them?
Also do you have any thoughts on why I can't seem to see their faces? I mean it's strange as hell to be honest. Is it some defensive mechanism I've put up to avoid fright? I mean I see many other things with such detail that most would probably not believe me. I mean all I can think of, is a coping mechanism of some sort. Most puzzled by this.
Oh, also.. When recalling these "dreams", they are not "fluid". What I mean by that, is that the memory will begin in the middle of a discussion/sighting/motion.
Originally posted by Paul_Richard
I have seen this happen to people many times.
Don't let it happen to you.
Be open to the guidance from heaven but reject anything or anyone who claims to be representative of "the aliens that abducted you."
Originally posted by AnOldWanderer
Hello, nice to meet you.
No, I wasn't an Officer, I was an Enlisted man(the guys doing the real work) Ok, all joking aside though, I was what's considered an "NCO", but that's as close to the word "Officer" as I ever came. It's funny how security clearances along with your normal "need to know" compartmentalization work. I mean, you move a lot in the Corps, maybe more so when in Intel, so you make many buddies. But you can be working next to your friend, who's in a different "team" than you at that moment, and never know what he's working on. I mean you can guess,"Is he on the same project?" or "I wonder if what he does relates to my work?" but you *never* know. Hell, to be honest, there's some things you work on that YOU don't even know what the heck you're doing. You take a code or a pattern so far, are stopped and then (I guess) it's given to another person to take a step further. See?
When I was a younger E-3 or so(been awhile), I tried to poke around my bud's work, just to see what they were up to, as my jobs at that level were more than drab and boring, I got my chops busted, I mean busted good, for doing so, that's as far as my "poking" ever went. I mean sure, after a few drinks at a barbecue, you may hear a tiny slip here or there, but the slip normally was caught at once, and none of use would ever push for more information, it's a respect thing really. When all is said and done, the government, apple pie, and the American dream have nothing to do with it, it's all about you respecting your buddies, and not wanting to get their...butt in a sling. Honor. Just the nature of the beast I'd guess.
In Intel work,there's no such thing as a "hypothetical" line of questioning between analysts. Like I've said before, everything a human does by nature, is driven by a motive, you know this as a given in that field, and so most questions are suspect. However, put that aside for a minute. The friends I know, if I told them anything, or said anything about little green men etc, they'd laugh me right out of the bar, really. None of us(at least on the exterior), ever, believed in such things, it was just stuff of cartoons and comics, attention seekers etc. You see?
Probably(note the word Probably, not saying it's even likely or that I have had such an experience). the only person who'd ever speak to you about a "UFO" in the military, would be some fighter jock who buzzed some object on radar and reported it to tower, and even then he'd just say it was a group of birds or something, which maybe it was maybe it wasn't. Who can tell? The Military is an organism, not just a system. It has a life of it's own really, and doesn't really fit into a civilian "line of thinking", so I don't know if you'll understand what I have said, but I said it as best as I could I think.
Anyway, back on to the subject of security etc... I will say that at times this "compartmentalization"can be considered foolish, as I am willing to bet that an amount of collaboration that could occur between several analysts working on different yet similar "projects" could speed up the process. But I don't make the rules, and I came to grips with that many moons ago. And I'm sure they have their reasons for such a system.
I can totally understand what you're saying. And if you re-read my posts, I'm not even *sure* it's an abduction. And I am not presenting it as "fact" or "proof" of aliens, their role in life, or whatever. It's just a group of odd things that I can't rationalize, could be aliens? sure. Could it be some vaccination I was given 20 years ago that's tweaking me or something? sure. Hell, Could it be a bad piece of pizza? sure. Point of those comments is to illustrate that
1. I don't know what the hell is going on.
2. I may go to my grave not knowing.
3. With the crap I've seen in life, any explanation could be "true"
4. I'd like to further my understanding of this situation, I like to face things head on, but if I never unravel it, I'll die happy just the same. Just a little less knowledgeable that I'd like.
I like your line of thinking too though, so if you've got any other questions or whatnot, lemme know
Oh and to anyone reading point #3 above and getting giddy about that statement: Relax, I don't mean experiences with UFOs, little green men, ghosts, or any stuff like that. I'm just saying that; and you can quote me on this:
Life's got a funny way about it. Sometimes it'll make you feel like you know all about it, sometimes you feel like you know nothing, sometimes it'll kick you in the balls just to keep you guessing.
From my observations at least.
Note: Shortened for brevity.