Something bizarre happened in my life I thought I have the responsibility to share, and what better place for this than Above Top Secret. I'll make
So myself and this person met at high school at around 17 years of age, and eventually became friends, altough not that intimately by the time yet.
After high school we encountered the military service [snip] together. All this time everyone thought my friend was a boring person who didn't really
party or date girls, all he did was study real hard (he had ridicilously high grades, he was mostly interested in history, politics, chemistry..
av.grade 9.7 / 10!) and do sports a lot. He would not speak of his emotions really, he sort of "shut to himself." (I regarded myself as a lazyer
studier, more of a party type of person, but emotional and also much into sports.)
There was this day on April 2008 (when we were 23 years of age) when we were supposed to have a sauna and drink a couple of beers. My friend was late,
we only had 10 minutes of sauna shift left once he arrived. So he apologized. He had met another friend. And once we got to the sauna, he opened up.
He started telling me about the World Trace Center conspiracy, how he's sure the towers did not collapse due to a terrorist airplane strike, that it
was an inside job. And how he had actually cried when he realized it was true. This was the first time I heard of any conspiracy like this and was
amuzed at how the mainstream media may not be trusted, but impressed by the amount of information he had and the way he presented it; he (mostly)
seemed very thorough and authentic.
This is when a totally new picture of this person opened up to me. I never expected him to be so emotionally devoted to... anything. We started having
meetings, every once in a month or so. We would meet up at my place or his, have a sauna and sports, and discuss all miraculous issues.
The discussion very soon went into the UFO topic. He was trying to convince me about the subject, and I really thought there was something mentally
not right with him. At the end, I realized the subject is indeed very interesting and there seemed to be an awesome amount of interesting evidence of
alien visitations and flying alien craft. His knowledge of the subject intriqued me. I myself became very interested in the topic and still am, but I
realize there just "can't be certainty," at least to me.
Eventually I found ATS, this site and found it interesting. My friend didn't check here. He sort of found it funny, he would say a couple of times
"aboove toop seecret" and would laugh at it.
We would watch long interviews about people (some degree of professionals) discussing mentality, vibration levels, life after death. This went on for
2 years. At some point my friend stopped studying in the university, he said he wants to devote his time to this 'investigation.' He probably spent
most of his time awake online. I felt he had some urge to find out if there is life after death... in a way I felt it had to be something like that.
Discussion ranged from spirituality, yoga, zakhras, metaphysics to quantum physics, politics, UFO's, plant life, moon and Mars structure anomalies...
At some point he quit doing sports. He became very interested in healthy eating, healthy life habits. That knowledge also passed on to me, and I too
became very interested as I understood you really are what you eat. We started 'doing' superfoods. I at the moment have around 12 different types in
my kitchen closet that I use. He was always full of life force, telling how he receives all these powers of nature and the high levels of vibration,
Along the way I realized on some occasions there was something different about his way of thinking. He seemed to believe every single conspiracy out
there. He even claimed these blue humanoid people live in Sirius and that sort of stuff. It was as if he's realized the world was amazing, but
couldn't draw the line anywhere.
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[edit on 19/7/10 by masqua]