posted on Aug, 13 2011 @ 01:22 AM
I think there is a difference between believing that the story is true in it's appearences, and believing that he believes it.
I have had abduction experiences, and frankly I almost feel people are more sane if they react with scepticism. Anyone who would react with total and
utter belief in the alien abduction explanation seem gullible and perhaps a bt naive to me. I do, however, appreciate when they believe in my honesty
in describing my subjective experience..... that I am not lying about what I saw, felt, experienced.
But there are many other hypotheses that could explain what I experienced- like you pointed out, hallucination, or perhaps a sort of military
experinmentation which is covered up by having false memory implantation. -That may sound just as far fetched, but if you look at the history of past
experimentation on the public, like MKUltra, regular citizens were abducted and tested on and often chosen specifically amongst a part of the public
who were known to use drugs, be nomadic, or have an unstable lifestyle, because there was less chance of them being taken seriously if they remembered
anything, disappeared, or had resulting strange behavior. So I wouldn't completely throw that possibility out the window.
There could also be more spiritual types of explanation- there could be beings not of this dimension, but not particularly ET's, nor interacting with
us in a physical way- it could have happened to his consciousness, not his body. -Which doesn't exactly make it less traumatic or serious!
There are many different angles I've been able to come up with that all jostle each other along with the obvious physical alien abduction
There is a phenomenon- he had an experience. Believe that.