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Re: Will The UFO Horror Stories Get News Attention?

From: Jay Nelson <jnelson.nul>
Date: Sat, 01 Dec 2007 15:59:10 -0700
Archived: Sun, 02 Dec 2007 09:23:10 -0500
Subject: Re: Will The UFO Horror Stories Get News Attention?

>From: Greg Boone <evolbaby.nul>
>To: <ufoupdates.nul>
>Date: Sat, 1 Dec 2007 08:15:03 -0800
>Subject: Re: Will The UFO Horror Stories Get News Attention?

>>From: Eleanor White <ewraven1.nul>
>>To: ufoupdates.nul
>>Date: Fri, 30 Nov 2007 16:14:18 -0500
>>Subject: Re: Will The UFO Horror Stories Get News Attention?

>>>From: Greg Boone <evolbaby.nul>
>>>To: <ufoupdates.nul>
>>>Date: Thu, 29 Nov 2007 16:37:24 -0800
>>>Subject: Re: Will The UFO Horror Stories Get News Attention?


>>>There's no telling what else has gone on that we don't know
>>>about. One thing for sure is that Linda Moulton Howe's "Strange
>>>Harvest" video, the scariest thing you could watch is tame
>>>compared to the stories I'm getting.

>>>We need to take a double take on this issue. If these stories
>>>don't get the public to start a fire under official asses
>>>nothing will.

>>Greg, with your media and other experience, and with your
>>obvious motivation on this topic, I can't help wondering if
>>you're not being called to launch the book.

>>I agree, this damn censorship, especially if it originates
>>within the ufology community where there is no "national
>>security" excuse, is repulsive.

>Eleanor, right on regarding that censorship! We've got wolves in
>the fold for sure. With the number of emails I've gotten off-List
>containing horror stories I have finally discovered the true
>meaning of hair-tingling.

>The stories are so horrifying I can't repeat them. Gut
>wrenching, mind-numbing, spine-chilling would all be
>understatements to the second power. I had no idea there were so
>many ways to torture people. These stories make Torquemada look
>like bake off pastry chef. No wonder abductees are so quiet and
>reserved. After experiencing things I'm reading I'd be locked up
>in a mountain with enough firepower to take on the 7th Fleet.

>This has got to be the worst experience a human being can endure
>and there's no telling how long it's gone on and how widespread.
>I'm learning that again there are people this has happened to
>and somehow, someway they pick themselves up and go on to try to
>live a normal life with this and in many cases repeat life-long

>This is far too grisly for me to handle. Some people said they
>tried to get hold of folks like Budd Hopkins to help them but to
>no avail. Can you imagine undergoing this stuff and having no
>one to turn to? It's un-fathomable to me.

>Several people like you have suggested a book but I don't think
>I could stomach it and if it came out there'd be chaos in the
>streets. Just three of the stories I've received if publicly
>known would send people into unresolving panic. The only thing
>keeping me together right now is something I can't mention here
>on the List. Let's just say growing up in tough neighborhoods
>has it's advantages.

>Dr. Jacobs book The Threat, just became more important in my

>The next guy making with the benevolent space brothers, they're
>older and wiser than us, they're aliens so they're more
>benevolent nonsense is gonna get the works from me.

>Sorry I even asked the question in the first place.

>Our history on this world needs a revamp.


Having tried to bring the horrific reality of clergy sexual
abuse to the attention of the world for the past decade or so, I
must resoundingly agree with your assessment of the difficulties
involved in bring up these subjects.

_Nobody_ wants to deal with this kind of stuff, whatever the
source. Not victims, not therapists, not the authorities. And
it's all understandably quite human.

And with abductees, the effects must be even worse, as you say.
Their utter powerlessness and isolation must be even more soul-

Which makes me wonder about all that talk about us as 'soul-
containers'. If that's what we are, it seems the aliens have
little respect for the packaging...

Anyway, I just wanted to say that my experiences in exposing
such difficult topics show that _any_ such disclosure must be
done very gradually. It starts off with the least horrific and
advances by baby steps to the full truth. It takes time and
courage, both by the revealer and the listener, too.

And if the stories seem unbelievable, well, a friend who
survived the worst abuse I've ever heard about once said,
"Denial is our friend." It is a kindness that can keep us alive
and more-or-less functioning.

We are getting there, as this discussion proves, but it will
take awhile.

Sweet dreams!


    "History is the lie
  commonly agreed upon."

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