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Re: Fewer Abductions? - Velez

From: John Velez <johnvelez.aic@verizon.net>
Date: Thu, 6 Jun 2002 16:34:27 -0400
Fwd Date: Thu, 06 Jun 2002 19:39:22 -0400
Subject: Re: Fewer Abductions? - Velez


 >From: Reed Hall <Tanaleaf9@aol.com>
 >To: ufoupdates@virtuallystrange.net
 >Date: Tue, 4 Jun 2002 17:54:27 EDT
 >Subject: Re: Fewer Abductions?

 >>To: ufoupdates@virtuallystrange.net
 >>From: John Velez <johnvelez.aic@verizon.net>
 >>Date: Mon, 3 Jun 2002 16:29:43 -0400
 >>Subject: Fewer Abductions?

 >>Have the 'Bugs' finally collected enough human DNA??

 >>Are the "aliens" through with us?

 >>Has 'Phase Two' of whatever the hell it is 'They' are up to
 >>been completed/accomplished?

 ><snip>

 >>So what does it all mean? Anything that follows must of
 >>necessity be pure speculation, but we _can_ make some
 >>intelligent guesses as to what may be happening.

 ><snip>

Hi Reed,

I wrote:

 >>the number of reports are way down. What I do know is; they
 >>_are_ down and that that means something. Possibly something
 >>important.

You responded:

 >Endgame, perhaps? If Phase Two is completed, is there a Phase
 >Three, now imminent?

 >If indeed the incidences of abduction events are on the wane,
 >one obvious possible interpretation which springs to mind is
 >that they're just about finished with whatever it is they've
 >been up to thus far.

That's a perfectly logical and easy conclusion to jump to. It's
just so hard to speculate about 'other possibilities' because we
know so very little to begin with. Again, the lack of proper
investigation and follow-up rears its ugly head and clearly
shows the price we pay in ignorance because of the apathy and
politics of the institutions we rely on to look into these
matters for us/on our behalf. (Academic research institutions,
medical researchers, law enforcement, etc.)

Not to mention the fact that experiencers/contactees still have
no one and no place they can turn to for _responsible_ help. We
deal with issues that would drive others completely mad. The
only thing most people can look forward to in terms of 'getting
help' will be to run into _opportunists_ that will exploit them
for their own selfish purposes. There are many more Sinners than
Saints in this business. Landsharks disguised as lambs. Users.
Please excuse the digression.

 >What popped into my own head, as I read John Velez's post, was
 >the following passage from David Jacobs' "The Threat":

 >"As if to reaffirm their plan, when aliens talk about the
 >future, they do not say what most abductees and researchers want
 >them to say: 'Soon we will be gone. Our program is at an end.
 >Thank you for your help. Once we leave no one will be sure we
 >were ever here.' This is _never_ stated. The future for the
 >aliens and hybrids is always a future on Earth where they will
 >be integrated with humans. They offer no other possibility."
 >(p. 253, hardbound edition)

 >Certainly there are other "takes" on the ultimate nature,
 >meaning, and significance of the abduction phenom. But this is
 >one "take" which has a great deal of evidence going for it, it
 >seems, and is at least worth considering. It's one possible,
 >perhaps speculative (but not altogether uninformed or
 >unintelligent) guess as to what may be happening -- especially
 >if it's true that abductions are currently tapering off. Food
 >for thought, FWIW.

Well said. But bear in mind that this interpretation of the
material is David's. It may have seemed like an inevitable
conclusion to arrive at for him, and it may in fact be the case
that no other conclusion can be reached, but some one else may
view the same material differently (put it through a different
set of filters) and arrive at a whole other set of conclusions.

Yes, David speaks with the authority granted him by years of
working with this particular 'population.' But for the most part
conclusions are best arrived at by each individual as they weigh
and consider all the available information and possibilities.

It's much better if we each do our own homework and arrive at
our own 'logical' conclusions. It's a hop, skip and-a-jump from
there to consensus. But first, we each need to have a good
handle on what 'we think' is going on.


Enjoyed your input.  :)

John Velez




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