posted on Jul, 16 2013 @ 09:00 PM
Originally posted by Latrodectus
I actually never thought about it like that. it would be pretty convenient for Streiber to just insert other peoples stories into his own since he had
been attending contactee groups. That's hilarious. What really makes me suspicious of the guy is that he already wrote horror fiction as an occupation
before he wrote his best known supposed "non fiction" work. it is just a little too convenient for me that his abduction story is truly frightening.
and I lol'd when you wrote the part about the face on the book creeping you out, because when I was a child my mom had that book and I would put the
cover face down if I was in the room alone with it because it used to give me the willies There is something nasty about that face and you don't
have to be a contactee to not like it. Its pretty bad man!
Yep, its a sinister face that goes right to primal roots. The artist he paid to do the cover earned his worth. The Greys are always sinister, cold -
with clandestine multifarious agendas. It's like an ugly tale from the cold war. Strieber's book was laced with it. The funny thing was how he
subconsciously sabotaged his lies with truth (regarding the meetings). A dishonest person can never hide his need for redemption.
I would bet that at least 90% of the abductee books are a composite of all of the other stories and assumptions that are out there, plus various
themes from popular classics fictions.
They did tell my girlfriend that she had been chosen for an important scientific research project. And as people are easily flattered, that made her
feel important. I was semi-conscious, paralyzed on the bed. But my broken recall corroborated that she was talking with someone as she stared at the
ship hung outside our bedroom _ I remembered her asking, "who are you?", ...what science project?" Some of the (so-called) investigators claim
that its a common theme for abductees to be fed the line that they were chosen for something important, but never told what it is.
I have had some chats with an acquaintance who has become a fairly well known UFO investigator and has written some books. He was a homicide
detective, and decided to get into the UFO field full time after struggling with long term memories of abduction by Greys, and the sudden and
unexplained death of his nine year old son the day after he was abducted. He says the Greys do what they want, without attempting to convince their
subjects to cooperate. He expressed actual hatred for them. He used police terminology when describing how easily these entities could find them, by
having studied their movements stealthily. Just as a rapist or serial killer might. He spoke of them as being predatory and information oriented.
I told him about my memories and asked if I should have regression performed to see if there are any latent memories. He advised me against that,
noting that he knew someone like me who had to know. Apparently the man did a series of regressions and listened to the tapes. Bringing his abduction
experience to the surface created more questions and confusion, ultimately making him miserable. When I heard this, decided to not to have the
In any case, how would I know if the regressions were actually unlocking real memories or allowing my subliminal mind to narrate some theme to fulfill
my own expectation?
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