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Re: Abduction - The Issue Of Reality

From: Jim Mortellaro <Jsmortell@aol.com>
Date: Sat, 30 Jan 1999 19:31:49 EST
Fwd Date: Sat, 30 Jan 1999 20:45:42 -0500
Subject: Re: Abduction - The Issue Of Reality


>From: Leanne Martin <leanne_martin@hotmail.com>
>To: updates@globalserve.net
>Subject: Re: Abduction - The Issue Of Reality
>Date: Fri, 29 Jan 1999 14:37:26 PST

>>From: Jim Mortellaro <Jsmortell@aol.com>
>>Date: Fri, 29 Jan 1999 08:55:29 EST
>>To: updates@globalserve.net
>>Subject: Abduction - The Issue Of Reality

>>The experience leaves one exceedingly disturbed, is entirely too
>>realistic and remains in the memory longer than the worst of
>>recurring dreams. IF it continues off and on over a lifetime,
>>the results of such a personal encounter are fascinatingly
>>personal. It is like getting raped, altho being a guy, I can
>>never truly relate to that.
>
><snip>
>
>>Dr. Gesundt.
>>A very old fool for my age.
>
>G'day Jim (& List),
>
>A nice read Jim (btw - sorry for miss spelling your name the
>other day - I realised it as soon as I hit 'Send').
>
>In all seriousness . . .
>
>Do you know whether you needed a lot of hospital visits as an
>infant? What have your parents told you of your first two years
>of life? Were you a premature baby who needed life support?
>
There were no hospital visits at all... not until age 7 and that was
years AFTER these dream/memories/events.

>It strikes me as a possible cause of your dream as a toddler. I
>can understand if you see this as too intrusive.

Not at all.  There was never even an ambulance even near our home,
yet I was taken by one.... and had never seen one.  TV, while invented
:) was not in our home until I was 10 years old.  We didn't even have
a car until I was 10.

>Does anyone know of any correlation between being a prem-baby
>and 'abduction' experiences?


As far as being a premature infant... interestingly I was the
opposite. I arrive VERY late in the pregnancy and was delivered
by C-section. As in life in general, I gave my poor mom a rough
time. She was in labor for seven days...  that must've hurt a
lot...

No... no hospitals, no doc offices (except a lady perdiatrition
and she was TALL).  No labs, no ambulances, no nothing.  Just a
happy childhood.... and no, no mistreatment of any kind.  Lotsa
love.  Lotsa nurturing.

So, let's add it all up.

1) I was late

2) Never saw a hospital or lab until after these perceived
events

3) Ditto with an ambulance (yet I went to mom that very morning
and asked her why the ambulance took me away to the hopsital up
there last night...

4) No child abuse

5) rarely left the house and the pediatrition came to us.

6) Not only was I not premature they had to lift me out

7) My part of the delivery was a breeze... no squeezing thru a
narrow opening, no birth trauma.

This was 1943.

Jim


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