reply to post by Thorzetan
This is a seriously interesting topic. my experiences are unbelievable, only the people around me at the times to experience events know the facts.
The sad, yet understandable part is most (not all) of them are to scared to come forward or meet with me again. Fear of the unknown initiates strange
thoughts and feelings amongst friends.
I suffered, "missing time" several times, with these events there where multiple witnesses.
I feel that I do not belong here on earth, most people I can't associate too or with.
My eye's actually change colour ... even had the Military confused v other Gov departments.
I get strange illnesses that can't be medically accounted for.
Additionally; I have my medical records "doctored" as they can't explain my recoveries.
My psychic abilities are unparalleled in certain areas.
Primarily self imposed isolation (with my partner) is my best line of defence at the age of 54
I learnt that not telling the truth from the onset to your wife ends in a hurried divorce.
The same with my second partner, things happened around me, she went quickly also.
My partner now. I told her up front that strange things happen around me. We are still together after 7yrs.
My father and younger brother are the same as I am. Yet my mother and two younger sisters are not like us males.
My father had these gifts/ abilities or traits from a child (late 1940's) when he was about 10 years of age. His first UFO encounter in the late
1950's was at sea just off the Australian coast on a freighter. It actually made the news in Australia. Dad never discussed any off this with us
kids, only with mum. Only 10 days prior to him passing away (2011 Dec) at the age of 74 did he discuss events & thoughts with me.
When he was admitted to ICU things happened, the nurse had to leave (never came back) I stayed with him for his last 14hrs in this life .... I
received a serious education, as well as other medical staff. When my mum arrived she knew that oddities would have occurred. In the last minutes of
dads life in ICU, 18 hrs of induced coma my dad did things that had to be seen to be believed. My youngest sister is still in denial and adamantly
refuses to talk about it.
This has culminated in that now I am in the process of writing a book our lives. I reads like science fiction, but it is all true. Certain people,
friends & witnesses have agreed to have their names published, which is a big ask.
Take it as you will, but feeling alone, misunderstood, ridiculed and rejected toughens you up emotionally, to a point.
Thanks for reading a small part of my life.