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« Reply #285 on: Jul 24th, 2007, 3:26pm »

By the way, I am also very skeptical that there is really such a thing as being eidetic. If there was, I should be able to hold a comb in front of your face for 2 seconds, then put it away, and then you could tell me how many bristles are on it, from memory. No one, even those with superb memories, is capable of doing this. But if it's really a "photographic memory," the image should just be able to called up in the mind.
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« Reply #286 on: Jul 24th, 2007, 6:33pm »

on Jul 24th, 2007, 5:01pm, jugement wrote:
right on point for you as well;recognition, recognize, recognition. ATO, recognize.true fact.


If you don't realize that Intell can already locate a person off a gps with just their brainscan, you haven't really lived.

Half a dozen times I've been targeted with microwaves that nearly killed my dog. She's not doing well anymore, just five years young.

I have had to learn how to insulate myself from stuff like that.

In the meantime, the ONLY Race of bipedal hominids, non-human, that has any similarity to a "quid pro quo" living philosophy are the Reptoids. Never mind, Reptilians; they're tricky as hell.

Reptoids live in mine shafts under Edinburgh (autonomously) as well as work in Govt underground facilities serving as security guards over Greys and [human] food stores.

They're not sophisticated, but they know what is True and what is Fair, which Reptilians do not.

Insofar as Alien ETs go, not a single Race of them has ANY stake in this planet whatsoever, with the possible exception of the Tall Whites, who have no planet to go home to.

So, the rest of them will not stick with a commitment because they have no reason to do so.

Especially, beware of Tall Greys -- cannibalistic AND telepathic, like boa constrictors. Not safe to be around.

For starters.

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« Reply #287 on: Aug 7th, 2007, 4:16pm »

(a colective of my posts from 'childhood encounters' that is also suitable for this thread. cheers grin )
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i have three things to share. the first two i will detail i thought were only dreams at the time. the third was definately not.
when i was about 4 i had a dream that i found myself in a what appeared to be someones backyard at night, standing in a group of about six or seven other kids, waiting for something(i think, or feel. it was a long time ago), when what i thought was ' a falling star', (little and shining in a brite yellow light) came gently, slowly down and one of us caught it. then we all had a turn at holding it. i have had many dreams, but this one has always felt like it was quite different.

my next was not so pleasent. when i was about 5 or six i stayed at a friends house, two houses down from mine, and had a terrible nightmare. and i mean terrible. i can't remember how it started, but i found myself to be in another land, that i took as being filled with witches and monsters, ( idon't know why, as i'm not sure if i had seen any, but thats sure how i felt about the place!). i came across a car to hide in, and there were other kids hiding in it too, one of whom i knew. i was in the back seat, he was in the front, and we were all very, very scared, hoping the monsters wouldn't find us and try to get in. then, unfortunately, what i thought was my friend in the front seat turns around, and looks at me. he has what looks like silver paint on his face now, and big black eyes, again seemingly painted. i cannot describe just how 'wrong' it looked!! and thats when i 'lost it', reached over the seat, grabbed hold of him, and shook him violently to make him 'stop' being that way!
next, i am awake in the bed, am screaming in absolute terror, and spent the next hour being comforted by my friends mum. i was never invited back to stay there again, that i know. don't blame them.
it is obvious to me now, that it was not my friend i was shaking, it was a little 'grey'. and i think that they are light buggers, because when i was 'shaking him' he was really copping a good shake, to say the least.

my sighting/abduction happened when i was about 11 or 12. i was walking home from school and had just started walking across my paddock when, (bizzarely) i felt, um, whos looking at me? looked across the to the sky above the houses nearby and i saw plain as day exactly who it was! a perfect 'egg', made of metal, about 10m high and 6m wide(i guess), hovering about 300m away. next thing i know, i'm standing about 50m's lower down in the paddock, i have tears streaming down my face, and it's gone. i start running across my paddock screaming for my mum/anyone to help me,(was not in good state of mind to be honest).
told my mum, (later also my dad, brother, sister, eventually everyone), who tried her best to calm me down, and then spent the next two hours or so sitting on our porch overlooking the paddock( and the rest of my life bewildered, to say the least.) i never saw that egg again. ---

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it is quite obvious that what i remember does not come across as pleasent, but will add that at the moment i am not blaming them. maybe they did their best to calm me down, and i just couldn't deal with it. i did try to get hypnotised in the mid 90's, repeatedly, but it went pear shaped, to say the least. am hoping to again one day, when they think i'm ready. yes, i said '...when they think', because either thay interferred with the 'sessions' going ahead, or it was just 'the' most extaordinary set of circumstances. and i am firmly of the opinion it is the former.


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« Reply #288 on: Aug 8th, 2007, 10:16am »

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Posted by: Shechaiyah Posted on: 07/24/2007 at 19:33:42 - If you don't realize that Intell can already locate a person off a gps with just their brainscan, you haven't really lived.

Half a dozen times I've been targeted with microwaves that nearly killed my dog. She's not doing well anymore, just five years young.


Hey Shechaiyah,

The statement: "You can run, but you can't hide," has never been more true than it is today. I believe you on the microwaves they are using/testing on the public and have read other accounts, some that were written up in one of the late Jim Keith's book. That was several years ago, so we know how much more fine tuned and advanced they are now than then.

So sorry about your dog's health due to all this harrassment. I am a great animal lover, have been my whole life and sometimes feel more comfortable around animals than people.

I have had my life screwed with since a very young age, and may try to share some soon. I may already have some accounts posted on here, but will try and get some computer time to share more.

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« Reply #289 on: Aug 8th, 2007, 10:19am »

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Posted by: matlivo Posted on: Yesterday at 17:16:42 - (a colective of my posts from 'childhood encounters' that is also suitable for this thread. cheers )


Hey matlivo,

Thank you for sharing those encounters from your youth. I have lot of similar experiences, some not so good. Lots of fear thru my whole childhood and adulthood with repetitive dreams both of youth and as adult. I know now they are memories or flashbacks - not normal dreams.

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« Reply #290 on: Aug 8th, 2007, 11:02am »

heya cc grin
glad to share. thanks for taking the time to read it.

am sorry to here that you are still having problems with fear, and your 'memories' of your chidhood experiences sad . i did when i was young, but not now.(they did a pretty good job of 'blocking out' most of what i suspect happened, thankfully)

even though what i 'remember' doesn't come across as very pleasent, i'm trying to use it positively, and do what i can.

as for your memories and flashbacks, it sounds as though you are not finding them quite so beneficial.
and the 'dreams' you find yourself having are probably not 'normal' dreams sorry to say. (that said; i am hoping 'some' of them are your subconcious thoughts trying to iron out a few problems/questions smiley ...but not all, we've got apretty good idea of what the 'rest' are, unfortunately)

happy to chat/discuss more with you anytime ok, ms cc.
hope i can be of help smiley
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« Reply #291 on: Aug 9th, 2007, 6:55pm »

Thanks matlivo for sharing those experiences. It takes a lot to have the courage to publicly share those.
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« Reply #292 on: Aug 9th, 2007, 8:09pm »

May I share something with you guys about electronic harassment?

There IS a rather simple solution that works for me, but my dog won't put up with it.

User Image SEE THIS HAT? It's called a "Patrol Cap" in a military surplus store.

It's made of soft cotton, it has deep ear flaps, it has a round flat top and it costs about $5 bucks.

Get one to fit.

Next, go to your local Dollar Store and buy a TIN OF BUTTER COOKIES. One more buck.

Eat the cookies.

Take the lid from the tin and jam it up into the circular top of the hat. Cushion the sides of the hat with several layers of aluminum foil, and hold that in place with the ear flaps.

Voila!

You have a hat that protects you away from ELF radiation, it's comfortable to wear, and it cost you about $6.

When the tinitus (whistling in your left ear) starts up, put on the hat. And your headache will go away; blood pressure will go down; heartrate will slow.

Works great.

: ) She-Chai
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« Reply #293 on: Aug 10th, 2007, 01:17am »

smileythanks, ms c smiley
(just doing my little part.)

have nothing to hide, and am not particularly shy grin
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« Reply #294 on: Aug 13th, 2007, 02:13am »

Matlivo

That was a very interesting account of your experiences. I see that you are an Aussie, like me. Have you heard of Mary Rodwell from ACERN (Australian Close Encounter Resource Network)? Mary is based in Perth but can be reached by email.

Here are some links you may be interested in looking at:

http://members.iinet.net.au/~starline/home.htm
http://www.ufocusnz.org.nz/reality_of_contact.html
http://www.thelosthaven.co.uk/awakecontact.htm

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« Reply #295 on: Aug 13th, 2007, 04:30am »

hello luvey smiley

as for mary i haven't heard of her, but thank you for the links n will check them out.

is good to have another aussie in here. at least now someone will have half a chance at understanding my sense of humour grin

thanks again
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« Reply #296 on: Aug 13th, 2007, 9:29pm »

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is good to have another aussie in here. at least now someone will have half a chance at understanding my sense of humour


Yep, I have had a few laughs reading your comments....recognising your Aussie humour mixed in....fair dinkum..... lol

There is some interesting reading on the ACERN web site and I have also read about her investigations on close encounters in a womans magazine....(I think New Idea)..... She even sells recordings of people who have been abducted that speak aliens languages.

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« Reply #297 on: Aug 14th, 2007, 01:37am »

hey luvey, have had a little look at those sites and found some most interesting info. so big thanks again.
(i will add that, personally, i steer away from 'channellers', or people 'speaking in tongues' etc. only because even the 'basic' alien subject matter is bizarre enough to share and study, and because i'v have seen some religous people deluding themselves; so, regardless of an 'individuals' validity, as unfair as it sounds, i have little interest in that avenue)

one thing i do enjoy doing is these 'questionaires' to see if i may of been abducted. most of which imply probably not!(which is funny 'cus i sure bloody have, once at least anyways grin )
am starting to suspect that with me it was a case of "put him in the 'too-hard' basket", a kind of catch and release thing. wink hahaha
anyways, here's my latest 'questionaire' result.

*‘Feeling ‘different’, a sense of not belonging.
-YES

*Feeling like you have been ‘adopted’( though you know you haven’t)
-NO

*A deep longing or connectedness to the stars.
-NO (unless 'ashamedly somewhat intimidated' counts).

*Highly ‘intuitive’ and have awareness of energy and of the non-physical realms.
-NO

*A strong sense of mission or life purpose.
-YES (and i hope it leads somewhere because am somewhat failling at the moment).

*High intuitive senses, such as clairvoyance, precognition, out-of-body experiences or psychokinetic ability.
-NO

*Memory of past lives, and deep spiritual awareness.
-NO

*“I am not from here” (meaning not from Earth).
-NO

*The human body feels uncomfortable and too dense.
-NO

*Dual consciousness; feeling part human and part extraterrestrial.
-NO (or a little 'hint' of that; i sometimes talk about humans in the third person)

*Reluctant to conform to what is perceived as a senseless, materialistic or cruel environment.
-YES (should be common sense. but 'yes'; more than some, anyways).

*Passionate environmentalism:
-NO (am vocal, but have not done enough to earn 'passionate').

*Awareness of ‘knowledge’ that they have not consciously learnt.
-MAYBE(not sure, but have one or two instances that probably qualify).

*Impelled to create complex geometric drawings, unusual written scripts.
-NO (complex, not really. unusual written scripts, no.)
...but that said, am a part-time inventor; one of which being a 'perpetual motion electricity generator' that i cannot for the life of me get assistance making.(requires precision engineering and knowledge of metals with specific properties).
took design to head of engineering at latrobe uni, and he said as far as he can tell it would appear to work. so then contacted c.s.i.r.o. but they said they no longer recieve funding for private projects and that i was about 5 years too late. a couple of days later was contacted by phone by the ministry of defense saying they would like to have a look. told them i have no interest in letting them have ownership( due to the fact that this idea came to me when i read an article stating the need to generate power for 'medical supplies' refrigerators in third world countries, and free energy alike) but they didn't seem too interested in that, so i said i will keep looking privately. then tried to contact 'Dick Smith' to see if he would help but recieved no response. then contacted 'Bill Gates' because he has a fund set up for 'humanitarian projects', but only got a letter signed by one of his assistants saying "apologies, but we do not think we... wank wank wank.
...anyways, safer not to get me started on this subject. upsetting.

*The ability to sense presences, angelic beings or spirit forms.
-NO

so going by that, agian inconclusive angry
(but just a bit of fun, anyways )

think youv'e heard probably enough from me for now wink
take care
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« Reply #298 on: Aug 16th, 2007, 12:01am »

Hi Matlivo

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(i will add that, personally, i steer away from 'channellers', or people 'speaking in tongues' etc. only because even the 'basic' alien subject matter is bizarre enough to share and study, and because i'v have seen some religous people deluding themselves; so, regardless of an 'individuals' validity, as unfair as it sounds, i have little interest in that avenue)


No these weren't channelers that were speaking alien languages but abductees under hypnosis. What I found interesting is one other listening to the language understood what was being said.

Did you read the account of the young man who went under hypnosis to figure out the events that happened leading up to his motorbike accident? The furtherest thing from his mind was that he was abducted by aliens just before the crash. We read so many accounts of people being abducted whilst driving their cars, then finding themselves driving along again with missing time, but on a motorbike would be ultra dangerous....much more so than driving a car, I would say.

I would not pay much attention to the questionaire because I would say its generalised, across the board for people who have had long running experiences with alien abduction. You never know, in another 10 years time you could answer "Yes" to all those questions. We all change over time.

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« Reply #299 on: Aug 16th, 2007, 09:35am »

hello luvey smiley
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No these weren't channelers that were speaking alien languages but abductees under hypnosis. What I found interesting is one other listening to the language understood what was being said.

i didn't read it, but it is feasable, (at least in theory).
if we had the knowledge of an alien
language in our subconscious, (and our vocal cords were capable of producing the sounds) then maybe
under hypnosis it could be accessed and spoken.
the fact that it is claimed to of been done with the two conversing is intriguing,
and should be studied further to see if it is actually occuring.

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....but on a motorbike would be ultra dangerous....much more so than driving a car, I would say.

that is not the optimum time for a quick abduction, ( to say the least wink )

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...We all change over time.


yes indeed, we do. ( i think that is the beauty of time.)

anyways, am not paying to much attention to that 'questionaire'. as said, bit of fun.
i hope all is well with you and your family
chat anytime ok smiley
mat
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