posted on Jun, 2 2012 @ 03:01 AM
As someone who has done a bit of interstate travel around Australia, I can remember two clear cases of missing time while out in the middle of
nowhere. One was for an hour or two and my watch got all messed up, no idea what happened. The other was for a whole day, felt quite energised about
getting on top of all this 9/11 and other large scale corruption going on when trying to account for it. What I can remember about this event:
I was camping in a National Park, about 100km from Wycliffe Well (Australia's Roswell) and was the only person there at the time. I had done my home
work and aware of a small risk of an alien encounter, heaps of stories around especially amongst the truckies. Had come across some stories that
people on motorbikes are left alone with roadside UFO encounters, maybe because their helmets help protect them from the mind altering technology or
incapacitating a rider can get a bit messy as some coordination is needed to hold the bike up, unlike some one sitting in a car. Either way I kept it
in the back of my mind that this helmet could really make a difference.
So sitting in my tent one day reading away and a strong sense came over me that something was approaching, the first thing I though about was putting
on that helmet, but did not respond fast enough. Kinda just looked around with a quick what the... and just shock it off, must have been nothing. I
already knew about 9/11, but a stronger feeling that this is not right and something needs to be done quickly arose after this moment. The part that
really got my attention was when it was time to leave and filling out the form and payment of camping fees, it is self service and not everybody pays
but I think it is worth having some places left that the average person can go just get away from it all. When checking the dates with my food
supplies it did not add up, while I was there for 7 nights I only went through 6 evening meals. I double and triple checked everything but these are
the numbers, travelling on a motorbike does not leave much room in terms of supplies and is one thing constantly and carefully monitored. I also
collect all of my rubbish, which further validated this situation.
Make of it what you will but I have more to lose than gain by sharing this story, especially with so many closed minded and cynical people on these
boards. Maybe there is some other explanation, but no one has to convince me that this is a big, diverse and complex world we live in.