reply to post by MerkabaMeditation
Probably because anyone can pull an abduction story out of thin air and make it sound legitimate (by that I mean it doesn't sound
pulling it out of thin air) with very little effort, anonymously from behind their keyboards. There's no credibility to that and they NEVER provide
any proof or evidence, so it's completely reasonable and logical that people don't believe these stories. To believe them would be very gullible of
you. By requesting proof before believing something you avoid looking like a fool, and if you don't then you achieve the opposite.
"Many people today accept that UFO's are real and under intelligent control"
No. Accepting implies that it's a fact, and that's not proven. What you mean is many people believe
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