posted on Dec, 9 2011 @ 11:43 AM
reply to post by kleverone
Yes it can be overwhelming when you first see something that has not only a visual but also psychological effect.
He was simply amazed and shocked at first and then as he realizes that he is driving closer to whatever it is that he see's, he then gets the 'hit'
in an instant that this is not something normal and gets that fight or flight response, that is when he slows down for a few seconds.
This is normal. What he did show is that he is a brave person despite that fear instinct that over came him for an instant by slowing at first and
moving headlong into the unknown despite his inner-precautions.
Did any of his friends do as he asked and drive to see the craft for themselves? Has he connected with others who saw the same thing?
He knows what he saw/felt, so even if in the coming days a story is concocted to distract from witness's credibility, just support him to relax and
join the side of the fence that knows better but cannot change the status quot.
Remind him that one way to know the real from imagined is the distance between his experience and time. This I suspect is something that will remain
with him for the rest of his life and not disappear into the memory like a dream.
It could possibly be his only clue into the mystery of the unknown or it could have opened portions within his psychi or brainwaves enabling him to
see more, be alert to more and see more from here on out.