reply to post by Bluesma
it's entirely admirable you seeking the most rational explanation for your experiences.
As I said, and often say, however, there's yet any conclusive evidence to say these experiences ARE, or ARE NOT aliens, psychological phenomenon, or
something else entirely.
If anyone could prove conclusively that in 100% of all cases what is NOT happening, then at least the field of possibilities is then narrowed.
Many many many cases are quite similar, and quite a few of them very well may be able to be chalked up to a psychological phenomenon as of yet fully
or even partially understood.
Some though, as in the case where you describe many cars being stalled out, evidently influenced in some way by a craft of sorts, can be quite the
Cases like this, where there's no corroborating testimony from other non-related witnesses, one must ask if there really was a mass event, or if the
individual, as you described thinking, might have been the sole witness where even the other cars stalled out were a fabrication to brook greater
verisimilitude to the experience.
The brain is and can be quite tricky.
On the other hand, what you saw may very well have been a real, actual, nuts and bolts craft piloted by intelligent people/persons/aliens/entities, or
When it comes to abduction scenarios, most especially where repeat experiences are occurring, and even more so when near all members of a family are
having them, i always strongly recommend getting a home security system with motion sensors, and lots and lots and lots of cameras installed.
Such a system would need be covered with UPS battery backup power supply where at least the root station where the system stars out from is possibly
even hardened against electromagnetic interference with a Faraday cage, so, like in the cases of the stalled out cars, the security system doesn't
die, and lose power, if something similar were to happen at your house.
Further, due to reports of mind control, the security system should be locked, caged, and tamper proofed with keys to access the system and disengage
the locks put somewhere exteremly inconvenient, like frozen inside the middle of a block of ice in the freezer, or buried under a pile of assorted
confusion locked in the boot of your car, or some other quite inconvenient place.
In addition to this, I also recommend getting a GPS tracking device, usually offered at sites for parental monitoring of children.
With the Home Security system, you increase the liklihood of catching suspicious activity on video during abduction events.
Wearing a GPS device at all times would also enable you to 'track' your movements during an abduction event.
For instance, several abduction events occur, and each time, according to the system logs by the monitoring agency, you find that you're spirited 500,
or 5000 miles away in a very short time, for whatever period of time the abduction scenario lasts.
If this location remains consistent over a series of abduction events, you then have a PLACE, a WHERE, a target location you can investigate on your
own, or with the help of agencies or persons that specialize in investigating.
Further still, by setting up such measures, you collect data. The more hard data you collect of physical happenings, the more evidence you have to
mold out your own understanding of what could possibly be occurring, plus, potentially be of great help to all the many others that may very well be
experincing the same things.
IF there are actions occurring acted out by intelligence with the aid of some technology, however remarkable, EVERY technology has it's limits, and
through data collection, and logging your events, exploration of what those limits are can lend valuable information into possibly one day knowing
what those limitations are, and even how to counteract them.
Finally, I recommend always carrying a camera. If you've had more than one experience, then, you may very well be one of those people that sees
whatever these things are on a frequent, or semifrequent basis.
The better the camera, the better, of course.
Too often we see camera phone pictures, or consumer grade video camera footage; all of poor very dubius quality. For stills, a good DSLR with a
75mm-300mm lens will give you reach to zoom in a fair amount as well as image density enough with the DSLR body to get a a much better still than some
Video is overrated, where the image quality of a good 18-22MP RAW image file with EXIF data would be gold, platinum, and diamonds all in one. Good
DSLRs, are, however expensive, even the poor quality consumer level cameras at the lowest are around $600+.
If you do, happen to look into a DSLR, I highly recommend sticking to Nikon, or Canon.
I'm a professional photographer and prefer shooting with Canon myself, but, that's just personal preference. Nikon, and Canon are like Coke and
Pepsi, a little bit different, but, essentially the same, and both top players in the professional industry.
Any camera questions you have, you can U2U me, or, open a thread and many of the other photographers here that are also quite knowledgeable will be
more than happy to assist with answers.
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