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Re: Abduction Sat 4 Oct 1997

From: Orca <pwedel@neptune.on.ca> [Paul Wedel]
Date: Mon, 13 Oct 97 16:41:54 -0000
Fwd Date: Mon, 13 Oct 1997 23:43:25 -0400
Subject: Re: Abduction Sat 4 Oct 1997

Hello Lawrie, Skye, Errol, et al,

>Subject:     UFO UpDate: Re: Abduction Sat 4 Oct 1997
>Sent:        10/13/97 4:23 PM
>Received:    10/13/97 4:06 PM
>From:        UFO UpDates - Toronto, updates@globalserve.net
>To:          Errol Bruce-Knapp, updates@globalserve.net

>Date: Sun, 12 Oct 1997 20:50:05 -0700
>To: updates@globalserve.net
>From: Skye Turell <turel33@west.net>
>Subject: Re: UFO UpDate: Abduction Sat 4 Oct 1997

>>From: wlmss@peg.apc.org [Lawrie Williams]
>>Date: Mon, 13 Oct 1997 07:36:06 +1000 (GMT+1000)
>>To: starfriends@esosoft.com, updates@globalserve.net
>>Subject: Abduction Sat 4 Oct 1997.

Lawrie wrote:

>>I told her in my opinion the visitation was by an actual craft
>>with humanoids, because this is consistent with similar incidents
>>taking place around the world. I said the experience would have
>>slipped into a dream, like the part about running through the

>>I told D that K could expect a phantom pregnancy, but that it would
>>be ended with another visitation. I said this could be three months,
>>but that perhaps someone on the Internet could give me a more likely
>>"term". (K is unlikely to be pregnant by any human, so it looks like
>>a classic potential "maiden birth", what is mistakenly known as
>>"virgin birth" since ancient times - a mistranslation.)

>>I told her that it could be possible that the purpose of all this
>>was to make hybrids, half like us and half like them.

Skye wrote:

>Lawrie, I'm not sure it's a good idea to tell the girls what they should
>expect to experience.  Let them have their own experiences and tell you.
>If it seems like they have common sorts of occurances, then tell them that
>others have done likewise, but don't plant ideas.
>That might lead them and it certainly will scare them.  They will allow the
>information through that they are capable of integrating, and not more than
>that.  That's a failsafe mechanism and you shouldn't try to override

Dear Lawrie,

  I must agree with Skye. I think it's admirable that people wish
to help others and take on such unusual work. Perhaps if at a
time they ask you your thoughts in the future, you present them
as one of many theories. For we do not know _for_sure_ why any of
this is happening.

  With respect to aliens farming us. This in itself could
generate undue fear in a "newbie" (please excuse the
colloqualism). I have interviewed several Mohawk and Innuit
Medicine people who do not think these beings are evil at all. -
Without going too far off topic, I just wanted to suggest that we
all have theories, and perhaps it is best in a research situation
to keep our theories close to our hearts during the intial phase
of the investigation.

  This may just be the beginning for your witnesses. As Skye
states, it is important for them to remember only what they are
comfortable remembering. There are internal mechanisms in place
from a neurological point of view (and goodness knows what else)
to allow them to deal with the shock. Leading them on (even
unintentionally) will not yield accurate data.


"Must get moose and squirrel!"

..Boris Badenov

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