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posted on Feb, 3 2014 @ 12:08 PM
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Whateva69
Yep yep yep they are real alright.

A few weeks back I was trying to decipher a Morse code I was hearing, then all of a sudden a grey appeared, put his two hands on my head Until i coulnt hear it anymore and then he disapeared.

Just yesterday another alien came to me, i got aquick glimps of him before i passed out, this one was new to me he wore a leather belt over one shoulder And tied at the opposite waist, it had small leather bottles or pouches tied to it, i refer to him as the mojo dude now.

The times you remember something you arnt supposed to, they call this displacement, self replacement.

Love and harmony
Whateva


Most aliens are very sneaky and are able to take people without
their knowing they were taken.

I must have been cursed with ESP and that may be why I awoke
just before they came for me.

Another thought I had was that some aliens are related to use from
our future and they are here to make changes to their world
time line. (Just a wild ass guess.)

I came here to exchange information with John Lear, Jim Sparks,
and guys like Dan Sherman as well as find other people with ESP.

The disclosure must take place so we can stop the destruction of our
world.

The slave masters are pure evil and should be removed.

I have another reason for being here as well, but that will come
later as a surprise to the folks that give me grief.




posted on Feb, 3 2014 @ 04:06 PM
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Well, you better get out your pen and paper to jot down the names. There are plenty here who will give you grief over this.
I've had to learn to let the remarks roll off my back, and just ignore them. They think because they haven't seen/experienced it, it is a made up fabrication for attention... or we are just plain crazy.






posted on Feb, 3 2014 @ 04:39 PM
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My esp/physic ability's seem very limited in some ways and very extreme in others. i have a lot of telepathic communication, though they are short they are always clear and some come with visions.

i have the ability to manipulate energy, i can harness it through my hands and release it, i find im using this more and more, like for example if the ceiling fan gets the wobbles i can re balance it. ive used it to hurry up water boiling, though i have no idea how to know for sure if it works. i have not told anyone yet about the most extreme thing i have done so far, mainly because i don't know if it was ethical or not, you may laugh you may even think im nuts. but i do believe i had a "hand" in dispersing cyclone Dylan.


back on the alien experiences, recently on the 20th January 2014 i was sending out telepathic messages to them to find out what was going on and how long before things get moving, im rather impatient im afraid.

Male voice: We need a little more time, garbled/distant/faint few words something about a team (not positive of what he said) the ones you call the visitors and your cousins the passiens.

my thoughts started to get muddled with my message i wanted to send and he must have picked up on somthing i was thinking about.

Male: We work in teams of two.
Me: Teams ?

now as he said the next part i also had a vision of him he had his back to me he was sitting at a desk on a swivel chair, he spun around looked at me as he spoke. the closest i can come to describing him is that he resembled the actor Paul Bettany, and from my other encounter im pretty sure he is what i have referred to in the past as an escort, he always seems to be around when im on a starship or at a gathering.

(with surprise in his voice he said) Male: You didn't know, you didn't know.
(I said with attitude because im like that) Me: well you guys screw with my memory's so much what do you friggn expect.
Male: orientation for you soon.
End of communication.

On the 22 January 2014 i tried again for some insight, as i said im impatient

so i started telepathically sending out some random questions of who, when, how and where ect ect.
( sarcastically said) Male: Have you no concept of time, space or reality?
(attitude/sarcasm back at ya) Me: No educate me.

it was the following day that i encountered Mojo dude.

Love and harmony
Whateva



posted on Feb, 3 2014 @ 09:48 PM
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You guys are way too funny!

I think you are people that understand why I have been private about my life for so many years.

We must sound very strange to the normal folks.

Now it would be nice to know what it is all about and why us?

Stay safe my friends…



posted on Feb, 3 2014 @ 11:28 PM
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I would guess that they are gathering groups of peaceful people for colonies. Religion doesn't play much of a part except if they are extremists or can't respect others for their beliefs, they also reject people who are violent to all life, human and animal. They are finding future Guardians those with empathy, There will bThey have one star ship collecting animals, they will be picked up taken to safety and put back when its safe. From what I've been shown a planet is getting closer to us, meteors will pummel the earth and crap is about to get serious. And hopefully all the low life's will finally be useful by fertalizing the earth.


Sorry about the typos and bad layout, I'm using a stupid note pad.

Love and harmony
Whateva
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posted on Feb, 3 2014 @ 11:35 PM
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His name is Dirk, a Border Collie & he was 12 yrs old in that photo. That was taken from
a Sheep Herding competition & I retired after that weekend. He still works
sheep but starting to lose some hearing.
Big Fat Furry Texan helped me with that avatar...I had a crow for 10 1/2 years
& his name was Brom. He talked & ALL my animals get along, eat & sleep together.

Glad you found the site mate. Here's to another who knows what they saw.


Cheers
Ektar



posted on Feb, 4 2014 @ 06:19 AM
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Ektar
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Big Fat Furry Texan helped me with that avatar...

Cheers
Ektar


You might want to let him know that BigFatFurryTexan is the user name of the member here, and not a big fat furry man in Texas. LOL




posted on Feb, 4 2014 @ 05:34 PM
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Food for thought...
The Pseudo-Skeptic is not a true Skeptic!

Truzzi attributed the following characteristics to pseudoskeptics:

1. Denying, when only doubt has been established
2. Double standards in the application of criticism
3. The tendency to discredit rather than investigate
4. Presenting insufficient evidence or proof
5. Assuming criticism requires no burden of proof
6. Making unsubstantiated counter-claims
7. Counter-claims based on plausibility rather than empirical evidence
8. Suggesting that unconvincing evidence provides grounds for completely dismissing a claim

He characterized "true" skepticism as:

1. Acceptance of doubt when neither assertion nor denial has been established
2. No burden of proof to take an agnostic position
3. Agreement that the corpus of established knowledge must be based on what is proved, but recognising its incompleteness
4. Even-handedness in requirement for proofs, whatever their implication
5. Accepting that a failure of a proof in itself proves nothing
6. Continuing examination of the results of experiments even when flaws are found Psychiatrist Richard Kluft noted that pseudoskepticism can inhibit research progress:

".. today genuine skepticism of the benign sort that looks evenly in all directions and encourages the advancement of knowledge seems vanishingly rare. Instead, we find a prevalence of pseudo-skepticism consisting of harsh and invidious skepticism toward one's opponents' points of view and observations, and egregious self-congratulatory confirmatory bias toward one's own stances and findings misrepresented as the earnest and dispassionate pursuit of clinical, scholarly, and scientific truth."

David Leiter, a member of the Society for Scientific Exploration, uses the terms 'pseudo-skepticism' and 'pathological skepticism' to refer to the "organized skepticism" he found in one group he had encountered. Leiter claimed that many of its members had an "unfortunate experience with a faith-based philosophy" at an earlier period in their lives, and that they had sought an organized skeptical group as a reaction to this. "Instead of becoming scientifically minded, they become adherents of scientism, the belief system in which science and only science has all the answers to everything" and that even many of these members are unwilling to spend the time to "read significantly into the literature on the subjects about which they are most skeptical". He goes on to characterize members of skeptical organizations as "scientifically inclined, but psychologically scarred."

Susan Blackmore, who lost her initial belief in parapsychology and in 1991 became a CSICOP fellow, later described what she termed the "worst kind of pseudoskepticism":
There are some members of the skeptics’ groups who clearly believe they know the right answer prior to inquiry. They appear not to be interested in weighing alternatives, investigating strange claims, or trying out psychic experiences or altered states for themselves (heaven forbid!), but only in promoting their own particular belief structure and cohesion.

Hugo Anthony Meynell from Department of Religious Studies at the University of Calgary, labels the "extreme position that all significant evidence supporting paranormal phenomena is a result of deception or lies" as pseudoskepticism.
While Truzzi's characterisation was aimed at the holders of majority views who he considered were excessively impatient of minority opinions, the term has been used to describe advocates of minority intellectual positions who engage in pseudoskeptical behavior when they characterize themselves as "skeptics" despite cherry picking evidence that conforms to a preexisting belief.

Thus according to Richard Cameron Wilson, some advocates of AIDS denial are indulging in "bogus scepticism" when they argue in this way. Wilson argues that the characteristic feature of false skepticism is that it "centres not on an impartial search for the truth, but on the defence of a preconceived ideological position".



posted on Feb, 4 2014 @ 05:45 PM
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I'll be happy when you get your twenty posts in. I'd love to give you a star for that post!



posted on Feb, 4 2014 @ 05:48 PM
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Hi Sled, yeah glad you straightened you BFFT, lol!

Doesn't Walt have 49 post now or am I reading it wrong. THX>

Cheers
Ektar



posted on Feb, 4 2014 @ 06:18 PM
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Oh... I didn't even look. I thought when a new member got their posts in the introductory thread would allow stars.
Maybe I'm wrong.



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posted on Feb, 4 2014 @ 07:10 PM
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Hey Op, and all fellow travelers, one can never forget being near them, nor can one ever forget that particular feeling after realizing that this IS the real deal, that we are not dreaming, and something life changing is indeed taking place.
After the initial contradicting thoughts come the mindbending realizations, for some, proof, for others more tightly bound, the horror!

For me it was the inexplicable humbling of my so called rationality, I was suddenly put into place by forces beyond humanity, but somehow, assured that even tho we might be different we are still related, we are still cosmic cousins, searching for meaning, looking for answers, sharing experiences.

My life changed, for the better, somehow at first I wanted to convince, to share the joy, but then it hit me, to each its own, everyone will get it sooner or later, after all we have an eternity to do so!

Welcome! and pay no mind to the usual suspects, its the journey and never the destination!
cheers!





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