posted on Feb, 21 2012 @ 12:13 PM
reply to post by gimme_some_truth
I've had it for so long that it's hard to say how or whether it affects me or in what way(s). When my sister and I were very small, we played
outside all day every day. One day, we went in for lunch and our mother asked what we had been doing. My sister announced that we had been in a
rocket ship and had gone far away. I am older than her by 15 months and I couldn't recall what we had been doing. We were apparently late for
When I was about 12, I fell off a swing and hit my shin. It swelled up rather too large for "normal" and I was taken to the doctor. A military
doctor, since my father was military. They took an x-ray and the doctor said that I had some sort of something that looked to him like a wire that
bone had grown around. It would just float around my body freely and never cause me any trouble. It is true that it causes me no real trouble, per
se, but it has never moved. It's still right there where it was all along. Periodically the whole area will ... I want to say that it heats up but
it's not hot to the touch. It's the sensation of heat. It does produce some sensations too, with increasing frequency over the past few years.
Over those same years, I have had a great number of paranormal events that I cannot call mere chance. When I notice this sensation happening, I feel
like it's more a message to pay attention to something that's going on either around me or being "downloaded" to me.
My sister has had a pregnancy "disappear" in the fourth month, with no hormonal traces let alone tissue remnants to confirm what was clearly a fetus
in the ultrasound just a couple of weeks earlier.
I have been visited by aliens occasionally but never with any fear at all.
Let me just say that my father was a Navy computer programmer back in the old days. Our alleged rocket ship journey occurred in probably 1967-68. We
weren't big tv watchers either, my sister and I. We had more important things to do like catching fish and watching clouds and climbing trees. Plus
our mother never let us come in during the day except for lunch. Bedtime was 6pm. We were up with the sunrise, got our own breakfasts and went out.
That was how things were. No real fodder for flights of fancy.
I don't know how we became selected for this particular "contribution" to our lives; whether it's because our family is from very near Roswell,
NM, whether it was due to our father's work (started out in the AF at Kirtland and later went on to do some programming for Voyager at the Pentagon),
whether it was because we were outside all the time unattended near Naval bases, or whether we have some other attributes that they might find of
value. We're all Rh negative in our family, though none of our offspring are. None of our children have had this aspect in their lives, to our
knowledge. There are possibly other reasons too, but those needn't be brought to light at this stage. I suspect we'll all know who's who and why
at some point in the not too distant future. At least I hope so.