posted on Aug, 5 2013 @ 12:56 PM
The point I'm making is that, reality is wholly subjective and as yet, science cannot show it as anything else. Most religious experiences are not as
"full on" as some of my experiences and I'd say I was far more aware, if that's the right term, of what was occurring. I was reacting to a wholly
different reality and a different time scale. I was trying to grasp how long the experience was lasting during it and was totally unable to find
anything I could relate to, as a base to figure it out by. In this reality it might well have been mere seconds to a few minutes, in the other reality
it seemed like a good hour or so.
There's the kicker, lets say it was 5 minutes just for the sake of argument. Then my brain in the space of five minutes was working so quickly and
assimilating information so fast then it was,in terms of experience, the equivalent of reading a whole novel in that 5 minutes. What really tickled me
at the time and still does. I was aware I was sending a "projection of myself through this reality and that there was another core me that was in
control of this. I was was watching myself travel effortlessly through another reality by means of flight and having an internal discussion with
myself about how that might work in practical terms. I was also aware that, my projected self flying through another reality was cocooned in some kind
of energy plasma that, from a distance to another observer would have appeared as "classic saucer" shape in a bright greenish yellow colour.
There really wasn't anything religious about it at all. There was a spiritual element in that, I was what a shaman would call, "gifted a vision" at
the end of the experience however, even that is, to this day, still a conundrum to me. Neither did I, at any time during or for that matter since,
deem myself "special" in anyway whatsoever. My abiding impression was and still is that, that sort of experience is open to every last sentient
One other thing that struck me was this. That there were "other intelligences in that reality that were not human. Nothing intrusive into my
experience on a personal level rather, just a sense of almost amusement as if they were aware of my presence and almost chuckling thinking.. "Aye up
kidda,, one of the monkeys has found their way through"... The oldest adage in the field of esoterica is the phrase.... As above so below".. that
was what a brought back from that experience a sense of, ahhhh yes, indeed it is....
So how does this fit with UFOs? Well I do have friend who claims during his experience the "alien" told him that, his "Ship" which he photographed
was nothing more than a thought projection. When you read about the Aviary and their experiments and what happened at say Rendlesham there's a
tantalising possibility there. Could many UFOs actually be manifestations of those experiences by humans, from now, from our past, from our future as
well as projections from other intelligences? Sadly, you can see why any bunch of control freaks would wish to try and contain the experience and
then weaponise it.