posted on Jan, 11 2012 @ 01:41 AM
If what the little one is picking is real, rather than a dream or a product of imagination combined with, possibly, subconscious memories of things
she's seen on TV, then still, how would we know whether it's genuine or not? What I mean is, how do we know the source is truly as it describes
itself? That's what concerns me most.
I do know children are more in tune than adults, and have witnessed instances of this amongst my own children and nieces (not nephews though).
But could that also make them more susceptible to harmonic experimentation by humans? Could some 'body' be playing with people's heads to input
ideas, for example, which would influence them in advance of an Operation Bluebeam type hoax?
I'm not saying this is what I think it is, but just exploring possibilities, because having read about half the thread, it seems most contributors
seem to be approaching it from the same angle (not that they're necessarily wrong).
Or could it be something malevolent that would find an attack / invasion easier, if it had 1st convinced people it was a race of benevolent super
I hope people don't think I'm trying to scare monger, but the fact is that there's so much deliberately created confusion in the world of us
conspiracy theorists that I don't know what to trust in, if that makes sense.