Jane - I hear what you're saying - if so many people are saying something, it's worth paying attention to or maybe there's some merit in it. I'm not dismissing anyone's stories, but having worked with clients for years, my experience is that there can be a major difference between perception and reality.
If someone firmly believes in something, then to them that is their experience, although what really happened could be quite different. This happens all the time, even as we recall our own past differently than how it happened. There are millions of people who firmly believe in God - it's not my direct experience that there is one being/person who dispenses justice on everyone, but it doesn't make it less valid for others who strongly believe it. And I'm always in favor of discarding all beliefs in favor of direct, personal experience, or simply saying "I'm not aware of that yet".
I've seen clients and taught internationally for years, and every client that I have seen that has claimed to be abducted, has had something else going on - schizophrenia, chemical imbalance, paranoia, physical/emotional abuse, combinations of things, etc. And I have actually spoken at some really interesting venues, including UFO organizations. That's not to say that governments/military don't have secrets, because they do. Are there typically people behind the govts/military who are manipulating things (i.e. Bildeburgers, Illuminati, etc) - sure, not a big secret anymore. Is it possible that aliens could abduct and do experiments on people - yes, it's possible.
Last edited by ChrisL; 02-06-2011 at 08:20 PM.