I know what you mean about different people taking different meanings to what you say. Just try to stick to the facts as accurately as you can, and
try not to add in emotion or symbolism. Take things at face value, and offer them to others at face value, if at all. Record events factually in
detail also, without trying to decipher it.
You don't have to tell others, don't forget. The negative feedback you get is very discouraging and exhausting. If you really want to figure things
out, try to just focus on your own experiences and what you can learn from them. That is the most important thing.
If Casper Wyoming stands out in your mind, there is probably a reason. It may be a meeting place. Or you may have picked up on something somebody else
was thinking during an experience that you do not recall, so it rings a bell for you. It doesn't matter, so don't make a larger issue of it for
yourself than it is. If you are active with alien life, then you go many places and meet many people in other states of consciousness. It is only
normal that some of it would stand out to you, the same way fragments of dreams do that you can't quite recall. Just ride it out. The more you can go
with the flow, the more easily it can start to make sense to you. But there will always be things you are partly aware of that you will not know the
It is very difficult to take a different path from most other people. It's not an easy road and there are always people who will drag you down and
criticize you. But if you really want to learn as much as you can about the aliens, you have to break away from other people's popular ideas and try
to open communication with your own alien contacts.
Belief of others does not matter. It's nice to have it, but even when people believe you, they will still disagree with your opinions about the
aliens. Some will be convinced that you are tricked by bad aliens who have an ulterior agenda. Some will determine that you are not respected enough
by humans to be given important information by the aliens. They don't know that all the aliens need you to be is honest and willing. It is very
difficult for them to find humans are honest and willing enough. Most cave under the pressure from other humans.
Alien experiences are natural to life. Yet, like all spiritual experiences, they are very strange to most humans because they do not understand them
yet. You have to decide if you want to embrace your opportunity to work with alien life, even knowing the hardship that comes with it. And if so, you
have to decide if you are going to act strange about it or act normal about it.
[edit on 8-11-2004 by EarthSister]