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Have You Ever Felt You Did Not Belong On Earth?

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posted on Jun, 30 2012 @ 06:28 AM
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Something I have been musing over on and off for many years. Have you ever had times in your life when you look around at all the violence, wars on Earth and felt you did not really come from this planet but from elsewhere? Sure you were physically born on Earth but your spirit, soul whatever does not come from Earth. In fact you have known this since you were a child. And that indeed you had a name of the planet you beleive is real and have a fairly good idea of its culture and so on.

I myself had something unusual happen to me when I was about oh just a toddler of no more than six at the most. I had this orange lampshade in my bedroom hanging from the ceiling. Anyway i awoke one night and I remember being scared of the lampshade comming ever closer and closer to me and i screamed which of cause brought my parents running up to my room. I explained what I saw and refused to sleep in my bedroom for the rest of the night. Of course my parents put up a new lampshade within a day or so and that did seem to resolve the problem.

But ever since that incident I have had a sense of not belonging. I never show it of course, people would think I am bonkers. But is this a common feeling? And just what was with the orange lampshade that frightend me as a child? I dont think it was a nightmare I had. Was it an attempted abuction or a normal childhood fear?




posted on Jun, 30 2012 @ 06:43 AM
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When I was four years old I remember standing in front of the kitchen sink while my mom was outside hanging up clothes on the clothesline (did I just give away my age?), and crying my eyes out because I wanted to go "home".
I was home, but I knew I came from somewhere else, and I was homesick. Didn't know where this place was that I was missing, but I knew I didn't want to be on earth. I felt like I had been forced to come here.



posted on Jun, 30 2012 @ 06:52 AM
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Well, you're not the first person to feel homesick for a place where you have never been, but that doesn't necessarily mean that you are from there. Just wishful thinking.



posted on Jun, 30 2012 @ 06:56 AM
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oh yeah i feel the same, might explain my 11:11 connection.. when i was young i remember one time going to sleep and waking up on what appeared to be the night after, it was like time vanished it was very odd but if that was the case my parents would of said something and would not have allowed me to sleep in a whole day and night.
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posted on Jun, 30 2012 @ 06:57 AM
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There are many threads about this on ATS.I suggest you read the one below, cheers.

www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on Jun, 30 2012 @ 07:02 AM
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I used to have bad nightmares as a kid which would keep me crying for hours after i woke, all i could remember was a object.... i honestly cant remember what shape or what it was but the colour orange was the only thing that was stuck in my head after. Dont know if this has any relevance but i have never felt right around the sheeple, i was always amazed and critical of their manipulative ways since i was a kid.



posted on Jun, 30 2012 @ 07:03 AM
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A night terror as a child can be terrifying and even affect our physiology; enough to develop new neural pathways which create a conditioned psychological response into adulthood.
The extreme fear stimulates survival instincts and overwhelms the self with extreme awareness of our mortality.

The feelings of detachment show that you have significantly dwelt on the experience throughout the years; so much that analysis of it has led you to deeper existential answers that need to be found.

Is it the acceptance of our impending death? Where our souls go, or rather, how many lives and experiences our soul is truly comprised of? Perhaps the aliens are guides for us just waiting, watching and crossing their fingers for us in hope to evolve. In any case, best of luck in your search from a kindred soul.



posted on Jun, 30 2012 @ 07:03 AM
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Originally posted by BrokenCircles
reply to post by Wirral Bagpuss
 


Well, you're not the first person to feel homesick for a place where you have never been, but that doesn't necessarily mean that you are from there. Just wishful thinking.



I don't know why you would say this when there is no way to prove this either way.

Almost everyone believe humans have a soul.

Many believe we re-incarnate into many different physical shells, thousands of times.

If that were true, your soul could have inhabited the body of another being that wasn't even humanoid, and on another planet.

I'm far from saying this is fact, but it is one possibility believed by millions - and cannot be disproven



posted on Jun, 30 2012 @ 08:08 AM
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One thing that I certainly find different about myself to everyone else I know is that I just can't seem to accept how needing money to live is normal. Everyone I know just seems to accept it as normal.

When people say they "need to earn a living", I wonder why we need to earn our right to live. It seems unnatural to me that there are rules preventing us from surviving independantly, which is the only reason we need money.

When people say "I need to work to support myself", I think you're not supporting yourself. You are that domesticated you no longer know how to. So you need to support another entity, and in return they support you.

Every year or 18 months, I get one of my friends to dump me out bush for a week or two because I feel a need to look after and support myself. Most people I know mentally couldn't handle being isolated from other people even for 24 hours, but for some reason I love it and feel excited when I know the time is coming near for me to do it.

I sort of enjoy living in the money system, don't get me wrong. But it just seems so incredibly unnatural to me, and the fact everyone around me doesn't feel the same makes me truly wonder if my soul came from a different place to theirs.


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posted on Jun, 30 2012 @ 08:09 AM
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My psychologist says that it's me thinking about things the wrong way. I can never really understand her however, as I'm always staring at her beautiful legs.

and short skirt..

and tight blouse..

and her long gorgeous hair, red like fire, her eyes like diamonds.. her lips like sweet strawberries..

God I'm sick....




posted on Jun, 30 2012 @ 08:54 AM
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Originally posted by PlanetXisHERE

I don't know why you would say this when there is no way to prove this either way.

I said nothing conclusive.



posted on Jun, 30 2012 @ 09:07 AM
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Originally posted by NuclearPaul
When people say they "need to earn a living", I wonder why we need to earn our right to live. It seems unnatural to me


I had a friend who worked out in Africa and the Middle East leading tourists around the most challenging parts of the World

He spent more and more time over in Africa and ultimately lived out there. He built his own house on some unused land and caught his own food

I asked him how difficult life is when you live in the wild and he said, so long as you have a source of water, it was actually pretty easy

He would work maybe two hours a day collecting firewood, checking traps and maintaining his house then he would spend the rest of the day larking around in the water; catching fish and making friends with other such wildmen

So we are all working eight hours a day to survive in these concrete jungles while he works a couple of hours a day and enjoys a feast every night with his African friends

Clearly civilisation has a long way to go in matching the bounty that Mother Nature provides free of charge



posted on Jun, 30 2012 @ 09:25 AM
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Since I was 5 years old for some strange reason,

I've always thought I am from a planet called "Planet fleet"

Till today I don't know if that Planet even exist.



posted on Jun, 30 2012 @ 09:25 AM
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Originally posted by Wirral Bagpuss
Something I have been musing over on and off for many years. Have you ever had times in your life when you look around at all the violence, wars on Earth and felt you did not really come from this planet but from elsewhere? Sure you were physically born on Earth but your spirit, soul whatever does not come from Earth. In fact you have known this since you were a child. And that indeed you had a name of the planet you beleive is real and have a fairly good idea of its culture and so on.

I myself had something unusual happen to me when I was about oh just a toddler of no more than six at the most. I had this orange lampshade in my bedroom hanging from the ceiling. Anyway i awoke one night and I remember being scared of the lampshade comming ever closer and closer to me and i screamed which of cause brought my parents running up to my room. I explained what I saw and refused to sleep in my bedroom for the rest of the night. Of course my parents put up a new lampshade within a day or so and that did seem to resolve the problem.

But ever since that incident I have had a sense of not belonging. I never show it of course, people would think I am bonkers. But is this a common feeling? And just what was with the orange lampshade that frightend me as a child? I dont think it was a nightmare I had. Was it an attempted abuction or a normal childhood fear?


The question of this subject in my opinion is not of UFOs, but who is inside the UFOs of past reports with high strangeness. It is clear to me that they may be physical as recalled in the Roswell story, which indeed does not look to be a hoax, but it is also clear that they are 4th dimensional - in that matter does not have the same meaning to them as it does to us, possibly time does not have the same meaning as it does to us.

We have to look at time and disregard all the experiments - they're aliens visiting earth of course they are going to do a range of experiments. Robert Hastings lets us know that UFOs always caused havoc at military bases. Some abductees turn into very loving and spiritual people. The music during the time when aliens were most active was amazing, the conscious of society changed, clothes got brighter. There is evidence that the alien visitation was overall positive. Yet we have to question if there was an alien influence behind Hitler. It doesn't appear Hitler had backing of the aliens, it appears that aliens came down in foo fighters to examine the pilots of the war, which are surveillance orbs. So amazingly, there is evidence that aliens saw what humans were doing, and came to help as a whole. Yet, this may be a case of aliens coming to earth and noticing that earth is a Ying and a Yang. So they needed to see both spectrums - you had the hippie generation and the Vietnam war. Aliens are very persuasive and they only need to be in the atmosphere to be that way, it is all psychological. These radical movements probably happened because aliens were settling here.

Belonging isn't an alien thing it is a spiritual thing, and also pyschological. We feel alone in this large world, people loving us make us feel better because our bodies are alone in the vastness of space. Belonging is a seperate subject than aliens or UFOs. An abductee can feel a sense of belonging, and also not just depends on the individual.



posted on Jun, 30 2012 @ 10:06 AM
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Yeah for many years when I was a teen. Less now since I made a decision BECAUSE of this feeling.

I made the whole planet mine. This is my world. Kind of like the Irish guy form brave heart with Ireland. I have nothing but a mad mans claim to it, but this world is mine.

In the end we are not from here originally, IMO. We are here now and should make the best of it. It's a nice place. I like it.

It seems to me we are from a more oxygenated world. Possible a larger world with smaller oceans.

I base my idea of large world with more oxygen on the fact that our bodies work better when in a hyperbaric chamber ( more oxygen at greater pressure )



posted on Jun, 30 2012 @ 10:20 AM
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I used to take astrology with a grain of salt until I took the Briggs/Myers personality assessment and saw how it matched perfectly with my Western astrological sign. It also paralleled my Chinese zodiac sign.

INTP

www.personalitypage.com...



posted on Jun, 30 2012 @ 10:40 AM
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My earliest memories are OBEs.

I've known from birth there is something beyond this physical world.

I've always been a stranger in a strange land. And this was way before this stuff was talked about openly.

You just have to put one foot in front of the other until you make it through this "life time" experience.



posted on Jun, 30 2012 @ 10:54 AM
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Originally posted by BIHOTZ

It seems to me we are from a more oxygenated world. Possible a larger world with smaller oceans.

I base my idea of large world with more oxygen on the fact that our bodies work better when in a hyperbaric chamber ( more oxygen at greater pressure )


That might be a good thread separate from this one. What is your home planet like?

Mine is mountainous with a very bright sun. People live mostly inside during the day - - sheltered - - or underground. There are large white tent like structures made of a sun filter material. Everyone has built in cooking grills in their front yards. Sundown is a social event where everyone comes outside and cooks - - sharing with neighbors. Everyone wears long white tunics with a hood. The only color I see is bowls of beautiful fruit.



posted on Jun, 30 2012 @ 12:36 PM
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Originally posted by NuclearPaul
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One thing that I certainly find different about myself to everyone else I know is that I just can't seem to accept how needing money to live is normal. Everyone I know just seems to accept it as normal.

When people say they "need to earn a living", I wonder why we need to earn our right to live. It seems unnatural to me that there are rules preventing us from surviving independantly, which is the only reason we need money.

When people say "I need to work to support myself", I think you're not supporting yourself. You are that domesticated you no longer know how to. So you need to support another entity, and in return they support you.

Every year or 18 months, I get one of my friends to dump me out bush for a week or two because I feel a need to look after and support myself. Most people I know mentally couldn't handle being isolated from other people even for 24 hours, but for some reason I love it and feel excited when I know the time is coming near for me to do it.

I sort of enjoy living in the money system, don't get me wrong. But it just seems so incredibly unnatural to me, and the fact everyone around me doesn't feel the same makes me truly wonder if my soul came from a different place to theirs.


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My son who is only 8 years old, but seems to have some sort of very old soul - rages against money. He is very upset at its creation and wonders why it was invented and how we can get out from under its control. He really becomes quite emotional about this. As I said he is only 8!



posted on Jun, 30 2012 @ 12:38 PM
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Yes, actually sometimes I feel that way but, we are here for some God-Damned reason-I suppose!

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