posted on Jun, 13 2011 @ 07:01 PM
reply to post by SunnyDee
This video goes hand-in-hand with recent reports about governmental agencies wanting to put lithium into the US's drinking water. It makes perfect
sense in a way, but I wonder how much of that de-activation of parts of the brain would carry over to other human brain states such as patriotism and
nationalistic beliefs? Those states of mind seems very similar to ones of religious beliefs.
So, let me throw this into the mix. (Some with throw it out as quickly, but so be it.)
Before my time-loss experience in 1964 I was a typical rural clod, commonly called a red-neck these days. After the experience, I underwent a radical
change in the way I looked at the world. I had already believed in UFO virtually all of my life, so this personal experience with another aspect of
reality was not the reason for my changing. Something was done to me at the level of philosophical reasoning that, more or less, added, or overlaid
me with--for want of a better term--a liberal perspective.
My long belief along this line is that abduction experiences had a far more secret agenda than to do medical exams on human subjects. I don't
understand the connection made here in this thread with DNA and the Fun-Vac, but neither method seems out of the question from my perspective. It
could just be another spinoff of alien technology or something our wonderful scientists have developed on their own and want to peddle to the