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Childhood nightmares - did yours have aliens / UFOs?
02-10-2014, 07:29 PM #16
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Nightmares? No. In my case it was real!


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02-11-2014, 03:07 AM #17
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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Interestingly enough, I did not have nighmares about extraterrestrial people(?), rather more to the down to Earth evils and Hell.
02-12-2014, 06:08 PM #18
Ruby Wolf Member
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I actually want beautiful female humanoid aliens to abduct me,on a regular basis,but knowing my luck they would end up being insectoid or reptilian aliens wearing holographic disguises (*=*)
02-17-2014, 07:48 PM #19
mcmxc Member
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(02-10-2014, 01:06 AM)Beyond Smolensk Wrote:  
(02-10-2014, 12:46 AM)JayRodney Wrote:  Mine was in first grade. I was out on the playground at recess when these huge black saucers descended from the sky.
Everyone was running and screaming and I said Fekk school and started running home...
I never made it, I woke up before I made it home, but that was terrifying, and stuck with me forever.
İmage

If you believe in aliens, read this, I don't write things like this to troll, but I am of the belief that the conspiracy/UFO culture is controlled and manipulated even more-so than any other culture of people by our governments and our 'health experts'. I have many proofs I'm compiling into a larger paper on the matter, with direct evidence to support the claim that there is a large mental health organization (I will withhold the names of websites/the health organization in question for now, because I was banned from one of these forums simply for mentioning the name, which says a lot) as well as many 3 letter agencies at the helm of the majority of the websites you consider your 'conspiracy safe havens'. My time here has been part of my research, and I'm nearly done. I understand I can become quite angry when it comes to the subject of manipulation, but I'm, passionate, humour me!

I always find it interesting how the idea of what a UFO is changes like fashion. In the 50's (when aliens replaced fairies as the fashionable, more masculine paranormal obsession, timed nicely with the new found desire of nations to explore space, culminating in the space race), when a computer the size of a room was seen as cutting edge technology, hulking great round chunks of metal with a protruding glass pod at the top and a little green men in them were considered scary. As people lose their sensitivity to scary things, the likes of little green men (and to draw a comparison, films like the blob) no longer scare anybody. Tech and ideas for future tech also become more streamlined and potent. So these story writers/fraudsters up the scale by slowly turning aliens into mind controlling, inter-dimensional beings who have ships the size of planets and for some reason have an obsession with earth.

Why they would have this obsession with earth in the first place is beyond any rational thought. In this colossal universe, in the INFINITE universes you all portray these godlike beings to inhabit, many of you believe your planet, and the more delusional of you see YOURSELVES as the prime focus of the attention of these beings. In that sense, it may as well be religion, and those who think they're in direct contact should just go ahead and call themselves prophets.

You may be beginning to see my point, but I'll continue. Since textbook religion has slowly been disproved over the years, being the egocentric species we are, we've all suffered subconscious depression over the idea that we're not the center of the universe. Human consciousness cannot comprehend the idea that it is a machine, so it protects itself with delusions. Delusions which make us feel special, different from other people. Any psychologist will tell you that the majority of the human race, in their own mind, thinks they're either secretly psychic, or are god/the son of god. We all have at points, you cannot deny.

It's these delusions which religion plays on, and just like when the various pagan religions gave way to a new, organized, controlled Christian religion, these now out-dated monolithic religions are giving way to the new spirituality. One based on 'waves' and 'energy' and 'dimensions', words which in the context of aliens are all BUTCHERED from their original meanings into pseudo scientific nonsense.

Alien theory even has its own lore now, which is hilarious. Back in the 50's, aliens could be anything, from anywhere, for whatever purpose. The likes of David Icke have done a good job of amalgamating these stories so they're all part of the same thing. JUST LIKE CHRISTIANITY DID WITH THE PAGAN RELIGIONS. They took the aspects they liked, the aspects that were still not-disproved, added new aspects, and there you have a new religion. Icke takes older theories such as 'the greys' and combines them with reptilians and the annunaki (bringing in the pseudo-religious with stories such as the nephalim too) and creates what is now seen as the 'standard theory of aliens'. All religious paths have an exit, a junction if you will to allow them to veer off into alien belief once you've realized religion is bollocks.

The powers that be want us all believing SOMETHING, ANYTHING to placate/scare us. They don't care what it is, and with all these 'controlled conspiracy sites', they've got you by the balls. Something you should think about is; do you believe only because you desperately want to? Because that's the hallmark of a good Christian.
02-17-2014, 08:51 PM #20
Cynicalabsurdance Member
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My first recollections of contact , were first the physical

then the night visits with them .

they were not dreams , but always actual events .

it was always loving and kind .


The dreams which became nightmares , came after my faux abduction scenario set
up by U.S. Intelligence community .

In fact
all nightmares i ever experienced , were due to the constant manipulations , created
by that agency .

never did i ever fear the Aliens .

the enemy is us ,,,,,,,, not them
02-17-2014, 09:00 PM #21
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
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(02-17-2014, 07:48 PM)mcmxc Wrote:  
(02-10-2014, 01:06 AM)Beyond Smolensk Wrote:  
(02-10-2014, 12:46 AM)JayRodney Wrote:  Mine was in first grade. I was out on the playground at recess when these huge black saucers descended from the sky.
Everyone was running and screaming and I said Fekk school and started running home...
I never made it, I woke up before I made it home, but that was terrifying, and stuck with me forever.
İmage

If you believe in aliens, read this, I don't write things like this to troll, but I am of the belief that the conspiracy/UFO culture is controlled and manipulated even more-so than any other culture of people by our governments and our 'health experts'. I have many proofs I'm compiling into a larger paper on the matter, with direct evidence to support the claim that there is a large mental health organization (I will withhold the names of websites/the health organization in question for now, because I was banned from one of these forums simply for mentioning the name, which says a lot) as well as many 3 letter agencies at the helm of the majority of the websites you consider your 'conspiracy safe havens'. My time here has been part of my research, and I'm nearly done. I understand I can become quite angry when it comes to the subject of manipulation, but I'm, passionate, humour me!

No worries about that here, feel free to post whatever info is relevant. Nothing gets deleted here other than spam, pron or racist BS. cheers.gif

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02-17-2014, 09:07 PM #22
mcmxc Member
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(02-17-2014, 08:51 PM)Cynicalabsurdance Wrote:  My first recollections of contact , were first the physical

then the night visits with them .

they were not dreams , but always actual events .

it was always loving and kind .


The dreams which became nightmares , came after my faux abduction scenario set
up by U.S. Intelligence community .

In fact
all nightmares i ever experienced , were due to the constant manipulations , created
by that agency .

never did i ever fear the Aliens .

the enemy is us ,,,,,,,, not them

YOU! You understand what I'm saying.

Anyone else who is interested, read up on monarch (a branch off MKULTRA) and its relation to alien abductions, experimentation and trauma based mind control.
02-17-2014, 09:10 PM #23
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
Posts:31,393 Threads:1,439 Joined:Feb 2011
(02-17-2014, 08:51 PM)Cynicalabsurdance Wrote:  My first recollections of contact , were first the physical

then the night visits with them .

they were not dreams , but always actual events .

it was always loving and kind .


The dreams which became nightmares , came after my faux abduction scenario set
up by U.S. Intelligence community .

In fact
all nightmares i ever experienced , were due to the constant manipulations , created
by that agency .

never did i ever fear the Aliens .

the enemy is us ,,,,,,,, not them

I have no recollection of any alien encounters, but as you know, I had that missing time episode that I've slowly pieced together from dreams, and the occasional flash of insight at the oddest of times.
The theatrical spoofs have alphabet soup all over them, and god knows these type of theatrics cost a lot of money.
I suppose it's worth it to someone somewhere, but no one I know could reap any benefits from programs such as these.

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02-17-2014, 09:22 PM #24
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(02-17-2014, 07:48 PM)mcmxc Wrote:  
(02-10-2014, 01:06 AM)Beyond Smolensk Wrote:  
(02-10-2014, 12:46 AM)JayRodney Wrote:  Mine was in first grade. I was out on the playground at recess when these huge black saucers descended from the sky.
Everyone was running and screaming and I said Fekk school and started running home...
I never made it, I woke up before I made it home, but that was terrifying, and stuck with me forever.
İmage

If you believe in aliens, read this, I don't write things like this to troll, but I am of the belief that the conspiracy/UFO culture is controlled and manipulated even more-so than any other culture of people by our governments and our 'health experts'. I have many proofs I'm compiling into a larger paper on the matter, with direct evidence to support the claim that there is a large mental health organization (I will withhold the names of websites/the health organization in question for now, because I was banned from one of these forums simply for mentioning the name, which says a lot) as well as many 3 letter agencies at the helm of the majority of the websites you consider your 'conspiracy safe havens'. My time here has been part of my research, and I'm nearly done. I understand I can become quite angry when it comes to the subject of manipulation, but I'm, passionate, humour me!

I always find it interesting how the idea of what a UFO is changes like fashion. In the 50's (when aliens replaced fairies as the fashionable, more masculine paranormal obsession, timed nicely with the new found desire of nations to explore space, culminating in the space race), when a computer the size of a room was seen as cutting edge technology, hulking great round chunks of metal with a protruding glass pod at the top and a little green men in them were considered scary. As people lose their sensitivity to scary things, the likes of little green men (and to draw a comparison, films like the blob) no longer scare anybody. Tech and ideas for future tech also become more streamlined and potent. So these story writers/fraudsters up the scale by slowly turning aliens into mind controlling, inter-dimensional beings who have ships the size of planets and for some reason have an obsession with earth.

Why they would have this obsession with earth in the first place is beyond any rational thought. In this colossal universe, in the INFINITE universes you all portray these godlike beings to inhabit, many of you believe your planet, and the more delusional of you see YOURSELVES as the prime focus of the attention of these beings. In that sense, it may as well be religion, and those who think they're in direct contact should just go ahead and call themselves prophets.

You may be beginning to see my point, but I'll continue. Since textbook religion has slowly been disproved over the years, being the egocentric species we are, we've all suffered subconscious depression over the idea that we're not the center of the universe. Human consciousness cannot comprehend the idea that it is a machine, so it protects itself with delusions. Delusions which make us feel special, different from other people. Any psychologist will tell you that the majority of the human race, in their own mind, thinks they're either secretly psychic, or are god/the son of god. We all have at points, you cannot deny.

It's these delusions which religion plays on, and just like when the various pagan religions gave way to a new, organized, controlled Christian religion, these now out-dated monolithic religions are giving way to the new spirituality. One based on 'waves' and 'energy' and 'dimensions', words which in the context of aliens are all BUTCHERED from their original meanings into pseudo scientific nonsense.

Alien theory even has its own lore now, which is hilarious. Back in the 50's, aliens could be anything, from anywhere, for whatever purpose. The likes of David Icke have done a good job of amalgamating these stories so they're all part of the same thing. JUST LIKE CHRISTIANITY DID WITH THE PAGAN RELIGIONS. They took the aspects they liked, the aspects that were still not-disproved, added new aspects, and there you have a new religion. Icke takes older theories such as 'the greys' and combines them with reptilians and the annunaki (bringing in the pseudo-religious with stories such as the nephalim too) and creates what is now seen as the 'standard theory of aliens'. All religious paths have an exit, a junction if you will to allow them to veer off into alien belief once you've realized religion is bollocks.

The powers that be want us all believing SOMETHING, ANYTHING to placate/scare us. They don't care what it is, and with all these 'controlled conspiracy sites', they've got you by the balls. Something you should think about is; do you believe only because you desperately want to? Because that's the hallmark of a good Christian.

İmage
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02-17-2014, 10:00 PM #25
mcmxc Member
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(02-17-2014, 09:10 PM)JayRodney Wrote:  
(02-17-2014, 08:51 PM)Cynicalabsurdance Wrote:  My first recollections of contact , were first the physical

then the night visits with them .

they were not dreams , but always actual events .

it was always loving and kind .


The dreams which became nightmares , came after my faux abduction scenario set
up by U.S. Intelligence community .

In fact
all nightmares i ever experienced , were due to the constant manipulations , created
by that agency .

never did i ever fear the Aliens .

the enemy is us ,,,,,,,, not them

I have no recollection of any alien encounters, but as you know, I had that missing time episode that I've slowly pieced together from dreams, and the occasional flash of insight at the oddest of times.
The theatrical spoofs have alphabet soup all over them, and god knows these type of theatrics cost a lot of money.
I suppose it's worth it to someone somewhere, but no one I know could reap any benefits from programs such as these.

The benefit (for the elite) of these programs in my opinion is eventual control over all people. The program is called monarch, based on the discovery that a monarch butterfly passes on learned behaviors genetically. Humans can do the same, but it is a slower process and the results become apparent over generations as opposed to instantly as with the butterfly. MKULTRA was initially hindered by the idea that each new generation would have to be brainwashed individually, until monarch began anyway. Why brainwash each new generation when you can have your own super-race of medicated, emotionless collective slaves within a couple of hundred years worth of hard, hard work through manipulation of the medical industry and the government?

Plans like these are nothing new, mass brainwashing was the Egyptian way, extreme human experimentation was the way of the Germans/Japanese, control through religious means was the way of most, and we have the Roman way of control through various forms of capitalism and grandeur. The 'new world' of America brought about a fresh slate, and has been used for hundreds of years simply as a testing ground to amalgamate many of these ways, and create their OWN 'perfect people', their own method of mass control. It's a drastic theory, but holds a lot of evidence.

Things haven't changed, the ones with control over all the money and all the weapons don't simply stop there, they want to control the people too, and always have. Trauma creates confusion and fear, confusion and fear create dependance, dependance creates obedience. There's too much to say on the subject, but regarding alien abductions, the more people who believe, the more they will recruit to believe. The stronger the group mentality, the more believable it becomes. Many people will only be on these sites because of aliens, but then they're opening themselves up to the world of all the other 'conspiracies' that come with it. I use conspiracies loosely because in all the websites devoted to the subject, the only things that seem to get decent coverage is stuff regarding the annunaki etc. Almost like they're changing the meaning of the word. A conspiracy theorist is no longer someone stacking up evidence against their own government while looking for the truth, it now means someone who believes anything. The crazier it sounds, the more of a 'conspiracy theorist' you are.

I dunno man, as I say, there's just too much to pore through, too much to think about. It's times like this, when I'm trying to put a year of research into a few paragraphs that I no longer blame anyone for wanting to be told what to think. It's a lot easier, but it's false. It's allowing yourself to be brainwashed just to feel a part of something, feel important. I however have found the more time I spend on collective discussion conspiracy sites, the more depressed I get.
02-17-2014, 10:43 PM #26
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
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I'm quite familiar with MK Ultra. They claim the program was halted, yet, to this day, it permeates the MSM.
I often wonder how many of these random shooters "got the call" that day...
a word or phrase...
That triggers the onslaught.
How many children of project monarch are out there unknowingly waiting on instructions.
By the way, CA has a wealth of knowledge on the subject.

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02-18-2014, 12:03 AM #27
mcmxc Member
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(02-17-2014, 10:43 PM)JayRodney Wrote:  I'm quite familiar with MK Ultra. They claim the program was halted, yet, to this day, it permeates the MSM.
I often wonder how many of these random shooters "got the call" that day...
a word or phrase...
That triggers the onslaught.
How many children of project monarch are out there unknowingly waiting on instructions.
By the way, CA has a wealth of knowledge on the subject.

Yeah I figured he did, I got a bit happy when he posted his comment haha. I totally agree, the look in the eyes of these killers is robotic, not human. They're like automatic minds, it is terrifying.

The monarch idea is something different from your standard theory, which is why it intrigued me so much in the first place. The way it usually goes is you read a theory, peak your interest very early, get a bit carried away (naturally) and then the more you read, the less believable it is when put into context. MKULTRA and monarch were different for me, I'd known of them for years but never given them that serious research. Then the more I read about it, the more undeniable it becomes. The amount of evidence is so staggering that naturally people will dismiss it as 'too big a theory'.

It made me realize once I've finished my work that I need to remove myself from this influence, from this whole scene. I asked myself how long I plan on being a 'truth seeker', whether forums and the like would be my life from now on, considering I (like many of you) began to believe in nothing. With nothing to believe in you can become addicted to the communal hopelessness offered by internet conspiracy hideaways. But just like leaving bread in an oven can allow it to cook properly, leave it in there forever and it will become nothing. The point being; you can seek the truth, but once you've found your truth, what will be your end result? A loaf of bread? Or a lump of charred death.

My bags are half packed, I have little money saved, but I'm leaving this country next month and never coming back. The end result of my truth-seeking is in some way the discovery of my own path, and I desperately hope anyone lost who is reading this will find theirs. It might not be traveling, but I know for sure nobodies real path to happiness in life is inside an online pit of conspiracies and fear. Remember who you are, remember what you want, it's never too late to change things. And if something's holding you back, think hard. What, and why? It's the mental shackles we were born in, break them.
02-18-2014, 12:09 AM #28
Octo Mother Superior
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Where are you going, if you don't mind me asking?
02-18-2014, 12:26 AM #29
mcmxc Member
Posts:95 Threads:0 Joined:Dec 2013
(02-18-2014, 12:09 AM)Octo Wrote:  Where are you going, if you don't mind me asking?

Everywhere :) Anywhere. The second I step off the ferry at Calais, I'm free. Forming my plan has been so rewarding, and I'm truly happy for the first time in years. I spent so much time in the conspiracy world I'd forgotten what it was like to have ambition and purpose.

I want to live an unselfish, simple life, and help people. I've been a narcissistic bitter fool my entire life through growing up in an environment I hate, I'm desperate to right my wrongs, but more desperate to die proud of myself. To die happy, and experienced. We all want to have our own adventure, we've just forgotten we can control it I think.
02-18-2014, 12:27 AM #30
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
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Quote:but I know for sure nobodies real path to happiness in life is inside an online pit of conspiracies and fear.

Oh, I've seen peoples world come to an end over being banned from such pits. lmao.gif
Christ, I hope you don't mean us. chuckle.gif But best of luck with all your endeavors, the pursuit of happiness is what it's all about.

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