reply to post by putnamcrab
Greetings, putnamcrab, and welcome to our little online mental ward. I too am an Experiencer, there are a few here who are, and will talk about it,
and some who are, and never speak of it. Some here will laugh at you, some will tell you it's Demons, some will tell you you are crazy. With the
membership here as big as it is, we have all kinds, and all flavors. That being known, proceed, I will answer you with respect and honor.
I too have had the experience since early childhood, and in fact, thought it normal until I attended school. In my 30s, during a mid life thing,
depressed and having wild dreams and supernatural experiences on a daily basis, I too went to seek professional help.
The PHd I ended up with was a Muslim fellow, really intelligent, and very well schooled in three different colleges. He understood me, and even though
his mind did not work on the level mine does, we could have conversation. He took me through past life regression, and let me see a lot of my own past
lives. I have always been an avid reader, and devoured everything I could find on UFOs, ETs, the Supernatural, Telekinesis, and everything else that
came into my hands. Chariots of the Gods by Erich von Däniken was the book that first set my on fire that something was up with Earth History that
humankind were not being told. Two other books that enlightened me were The Dragons of Eden: Speculations on the Evolution of Human Intelligence, by
Carl Sagan, and Billions & Billions: Thoughts on Life and Death at the Brink of the Millennium, by the same author.
He of course ended up labelling me as mentally ill, but that is simply a label for something not fully understood.
Since that time, I am now in my late 50s, I have seen many things, and learned many things, some of which are completely un-believed and even
ridiculed. I know things I never studied, read, or researched, it just pops up right there when I need it. Some of this is what could be termed as
"Channelled information," and there is a not of negative thoughts on that. I too have a connection with Montauk, and those sinister experiments
performed there. My father was in Naval Intelligence, and he was stationed at Camp Hero from 1951 to 1963. I do not know what he did there, but I knew
a lot about Montauk way before I read the books on it, or even watched a video about it.
I have some questions for you.
During your experience, do you have any control at all on what is happening?
Do you have a feeling of being "used" after the experience?
Strange marks on your body?
Do you dream in color?
Do you ever wake up, and remember any of these images?
Here are some links you may be interested in reading:
Montauk Survivor Accounts
THE ADVENTURES OF MICHAEL ASH
History of Montauk