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« Reply #765 on: Jul 19th, 2007, 05:54am »

Hi, I'm new to this forum.

I generally don't discuss this with anyone but I've memories of being in mars (underground buildings) and underground in america somewhere and have had a couple of interesting experiences with different craft throughout my life.

I'm sure there's plenty of people here who've had similar experiences.

So, uh, hi.
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« Reply #766 on: Jul 19th, 2007, 08:25am »

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BG, people like you are the reason I visit the forums. I greatly enjoy the kindness, humor and discussions of interesting subject. The people however are what bring me back. That is one of my favorite verses you posted.


Well I am flattered ! I feel the same way, and somehow knew that you were that “way”. It’s a virtual symbonic relationship, and I feel that the connection is psychic as well as via normal means. (I am speaking of friendship terms here of course!). I feel this connection more or less, (usually less) with many people that I have never met except through the internet or other methods of communication other than face to face. BTW thanks for your kind words as I said my feelings are reciprocal and shared. Does that make sense?


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While I was away, I got a little bit of an outdoor tan in the mountains. It was so beautiful, that I want to go back and just walk listening to the river pouring over the boulders. I posted some pics of my trip on the photo lover's thread. Only a few though because I took over 350.
Have a wonderful day!


I will certainly check the photos out. 350 photos? I forgot do you use film or digital or both? I sometimes forget (or am just too lazy to bring it along) to take my camera and always regret it ! It seems that nature conspires to pose only when I don’t have my camera with me!

Yes, I love the mountains and the outdoors, the views the memories , and just being a part of the wild. Its nearly primal isn’t it? The sounds are incredible! I find that the ears are much like the eyes in that both must adjust for conditions. My “civilization buffered” ears must acclimatize to the special language of what at first sounds like a silent forest. Then I hear a rustle there, or the murmur of a far away stream there. Or even God whispering in the wind when it cuts through pine trees on a cold winter day (the sound is softer compared with other trees). After a few hours in the forest the sound of a distant airplane is a perverse intrusion of what seems like my god given rights of privacy, or in my case a relationship with the creator! Then as that airplanes drone becomes a roar , its like waking up from a beautiful dream, and realizing that you are back in a common reality… oh well I am waxing a bit poetically ain’t I?

I think I will sneak off a drive across holsten mountain with bogie just about now…the lawn mower be dammed (heh) !

Oh yes I will take the cam!


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« Reply #767 on: Jul 19th, 2007, 08:29am »

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Hi wim! I don't have many regressive memories, but remember most of my early years up to now. I have had some strange things happen to me but haven’t yet experienced first contact or even seen what is undeniably an alien UFO, but I am waiting, and watching.

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« Reply #768 on: Jul 19th, 2007, 09:47am »

It's not something I talk about with anyone, not even my wife.

Memories of mars are strange to say the least. I wouldn't call them regressive or past life.

One time I remember being cognizant of what was happening, that I was in a level close to the surface, and I was able to query a... uh, organic robot's the only way I can describe it. A humanoid without a soul, I guess.

I asked where I was and was shown a sort of holographic topographical map of mars which zoomed in beneath a mountain. Way beneath there was a building. I was in there, apparently.

I asked why hadn't this area been discovered and was told that people were distracted by the *something*... some structure. The map rotated to show the structure not far from the mountain.

I don't know... just have this and other memories.

Actually. I don't think I want to talk about this. Every time I try I get a fight-or-flight response.

Thanks for not ridiculing me.
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« Reply #769 on: Jul 19th, 2007, 09:52am »

I took my digital camera and actually had to delete some photos that were duplicates so that I could fit more on it. My husband took another couple of hundred I think on the new digital I gave him for father's day. My son also had a digital that was won in some drawing and he took a few shots. We are obsessed with photography in my house. smiley
We were all awestruck by the beauty that surrounded us.
Although Arkansas has many beautiful spots, the area where we live has grown far too fast since we moved here in 1996. We used to hear the coyotes "whining" at nigh, but they left because the area behind us is being cleared for more businesses. There are still many pretty places to get away, but I must say I fell in love with the Rockies this year.
BTW, I agree with all that you said. And it is so nice to commune with the Creator when out in the more untouched areas. It is also possible to do so just watching the butterflies dance around in the garden each year.


WIM, welcome to casebook! You will find the people here wonderful and their experiences very diverse. I hope you will jump in the discussions around the forum and enjoy every minute! smiley We look forward to hearing from you.
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« Reply #770 on: Jul 19th, 2007, 3:44pm »

Welcome to all the new members....too many to catch all the names when they sign in.
Hello to abducteesdaughter.
I hope you will all have a great time and participate in the discussions here on casebook.
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One time I remember being cognizant of what was happening, that I was in a level close to the surface, and I was able to query a... uh, organic robot's the only way I can describe it. A humanoid without a soul, I guess.


I can get a visual on that, because I was writing (or attempting to write) a short story where the antichrist was a cloned genetically enhanced human (cloned from the DNA of Jesus Christ) but the cloning process left him and his kind without a much of a soul. Well not a soul that God would give us but perhaps a soul that the other guy would slither into us. Anyway, if it does not disturb you too much (I had a chill thinking about It.) may I ask about the organic robot, what did the eyes look like? If it makes you uncomfortable, of course don’t answer. BTW there are coping mechanisms that you can use to defeat the panic with.

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« Reply #772 on: Jul 19th, 2007, 8:17pm »

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I took my digital camera and actually had to delete some photos that were duplicates so that I could fit more on it. My husband took another couple of hundred I think on the new digital I gave him for father's day. My son also had a digital that was won in some drawing and he took a few shots. We are obsessed with photography in my house.


Photography is one of my passions as well. By the number of shots you and your family take I will bestow upon you all a honorary PhD of wilderness photography granted by the Ghost of binary. (heh)!


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Although Arkansas has many beautiful spots, the area where we live has grown far too fast since we moved here in 1996. We used to hear the coyotes "whining" at nigh, but they left because the area behind us is being cleared for more businesses. There are still many pretty places to get away, but I must say I fell in love with the Rockies this year.


Yes I like you like new places. The east has a different beauty than the Rockies, they remind me of two beautiful women, so who can choose? I like them both! I haven’t been where you were but (and I want to take a trip to the canyon) I lived in Alaska for a little over two years, and fell in love with it as well, but could never get used to the weird time (long days in summer and nearly non existent “days” in winter, I lived in anchorage and eagle river).

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BTW, I agree with all that you said. And it is so nice to commune with the Creator when out in the more untouched areas. It is also possible to do so just watching the butterflies dance around in the garden each year.


Its difficult to explain when in the wild, just how profound the emotions that the “industrious stillness” (knowing of how much life is everywhere, even if its invisible for the most part) is life with all its secret agendas and is all around me doing its beautiful thing.

And that feeling of something larger than myself infusing that life into me and the universe, with each breath of clean air. I don’t know it sorta’ embraces all, sort of like a god hug so tight that it is sometimes nearly tangible!

I can tell by the way you write that you get the same feelings.

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« Reply #773 on: Jul 19th, 2007, 8:20pm »

Wim, there are also places on this planet that look much like the landscape on Mars.
Don't be afraid to speak of your experiences, but only speak of them when you want to. No one is going to force you to talk, but we will listen. As I said the members here have many different experiences themselves. You never no when you will come across another with a similar experience.

If you are uncomfortable using the welcome area to discuss this there are other areas such as the abduction area, or area 51 or any number of other locations if you are more comfortable with that. And you can always use the private message feature to speak with individual members.
Just do what is most comfortable for you. We want you to know you are welcome here.
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« Reply #774 on: Jul 19th, 2007, 8:20pm »

We must have been typing at the same time. smiley
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« Reply #775 on: Jul 19th, 2007, 8:29pm »

I have been to some of the mountains in the East and have been to Alaska. I too had considerable trouble with the darkness too early in the day in the winter and the sun in my eyes during the night. But it was so beautiful. We want to go there as well as Grand Canyon. I also want to see the desert in Arizona, because it has a mysterious beauty all it's own. I am really drawn to the rocks that I have seen in New Mexico, and southern Colorado and now from Colorado Springs up to Rocky Mountain National Park. Being in these places makes me very thankful to be able to see the beauty with my eyes and my soul. The magic of realizing you are a part of it and just breathing it in.
Pretty easy to see why I love photography. I have so many places I hope to "experience" before I die. And hopefully that won't be for a long time so I can take many more photos. And the East....so pretty in autumn! I love the Chesapeake Bay as well...all so beautiful.
Thanks so much for sharing these things with me....
and thanks for bestowing the honorary degrees..... we are all very appreciative. smiley
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« Reply #776 on: Jul 20th, 2007, 12:36pm »

Hi, Im a newbie from england just discovered the site, how fantastic! I have never seen a UFO but am openminded.
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« Reply #777 on: Jul 20th, 2007, 2:21pm »

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Being open minded is the key. Welcome to the forum.

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« Reply #778 on: Jul 20th, 2007, 3:01pm »

Welcome to UFO Casebook Tinselsprite. We look forward to seeing many more of your posts and hope you will make yourself at home here.
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« Reply #779 on: Jul 20th, 2007, 11:07pm »

Hey there.

I'm chaiyah. Webmaster www.abidemiracles.com and www.holyconservancy.org , currently living on the West Coast.

I have about 5000 photos up on my sites; but you better know how to negotiate directories because I can't hang them all off the index pages. Straight html.

Used to be signed on to about 30 boards; I'm down to 4.

I'm an abductee, a telepath, a Reptilian (dubious distinctions), and I haven't been harmed by any of it. My kids neither.

I'm working on becoming the Queen of England, just for grins. Yeah, I have a sense of humor too.

Sure. Why not?

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