posted on Oct, 21 2013 @ 03:51 PM
reply to post by scootpooter
Being an abductee from 1964 with the event hardly ever far from my consciousness, I say to you what some people have said to me: "You're crazy!"
As an abductee, you live in two worlds, the ordinary world and a fantastic, almost fantasy-like world that most people can't get their heads around.
They ignore or deny the reality of your experience. As a consequence, hardly ever will your relationships be enhanced by revealing your experience.
You may gain valuable personal insights into the whole UFO situation as an abductee, but you will have no way to verify those splendid insights as
factually true or as part of the falsehoods frequently given to abductees.
The US government doesn't tell the truth to the public about UFOs, and the UFO folk are just as bad, neither do they. In short, you will never
know if you were picked as merely one of the herd, somebody super special for their program or worse, a moldable victim for their version of a
Any of those possibilities is guaranteed to make your life a Hell of a lot harder in every given moment than to be a non-abductee. That balancing of
the two worlds isn't easy and it is all done alone. In fact, the experience has driven some people literally crazy. (I have a current thread buried
in the Skunk Works forum entitled "Rethinking Comets." Either I'm a poor communicator or most people think the concept I offer there is crazy. I
care not what they think.)