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Re: UFOs & Fairies? - Pope

From: Nick Pope <nick.nul>
Date: Tue, 2 Mar 2004 23:32:50 -0000
Fwd Date: Wed, 03 Mar 2004 08:52:37 -0500
Subject: Re: UFOs & Fairies? - Pope


>From: John Novak <john.nul>
>To: <ufoupdates.nul>
>Date: Sat, 28 Feb 2004 13:05:44 -0800
>Subject: Re: UFOs & Fairies?

>>From: Nick Pope <nick.nul>
>>To: <ufoupdates.nul>
>>Date: Sat, 28 Feb 2004 17:23:31 -0000
>>Subject: Re: UFOs & Fairies?

>>>From: Thiago Luiz Ticchetti <thiagolt.nul>
>>>To: ufoupdates.nul
>>>Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2004 15:51:15 -0300
>>>Subject: UFOs & Fairies?

>>>I would like to know if anyone has information about the
>>>correlation between UFOs and fairies, mythology, legends,
>>>folklore and so on.

<snip>

>>To cite an example from my own casefiles, I was working with an
>>abductee who had deliberately not spoken to her young son about
>>her experiences. She reported to me that one day the babysitter
>>had asked the boy if he wished to sleep in the playroom at the
>>top of the stairs, where he sometimes slept. The child's reply
>>was as follows:

>>"I don't want to sleep in that room. If I do, the bad fairies
>>will come and take me away."

>Hi Nick & others,

>I am wondering if you are at liberty to tell if the child you
>mentioned had any kind of "abnormalities" with his brain.

>I have Temporal Lobe Epilepsy, effecting the pineal gland. It
>was due to a brain injury when I was 14. However, in my own
>research and study, it seems my pineal has been "mis-firing"
>from an even earlier age, though it didn't show up as epilepsy
>until a few days after the injury.

>If you've read anything I have written here or anywhere else,
>you might know that I was an active part of James Gilliland's
>ECETI for years. While there, I experienced all manner of, not
>just UFO, but other paranormal activity that I just don't know
>how to fully explain. I have had extremely bizarre experiences
>all my life. Most times, I can write off the strangeness to
>over-active brain activity taking place.

>I do know that because of the nature of the temporal lobe
>activity I experience, I am at somewhat of a disadvantage when
>trying to give first hand accounts of UFO and paranormal
>experiences. However, enough has happened that takes place to me
>and other people around me to make me wonder if it isn't just my
>temporal lobes lighting up. It seems something else is going on,
>especially in the case of UFOs that were seen and sometimes
>filmed by large groups.

>Those out there who have seen these things for themselves come away
>completely different. It is a life altering experience and very
>emotional, which then gives direct correlation, I would think, to
>these experiences and high temporal lobe activity, much the way the
>"religious" or ecstatic experience does as current research is showing
>with NDE and drug induced tests.

>I guess the logical question here would be, has there been any
>research to this end? Is there a way that technology can cause
>an increase in temporal lobe activity? If it is fairly easy to
>do with electronic or magnetic means, then it would seem to me
>that our current grip on reality is tenuous at best and we are
>at the liberty of any higher technology or natural force that
>can manipulate this.

John,

To answer your first question, I'm not aware that the child has
any abnormal medical condition of the type you describe. But
it's my policy not to work with child abductees, and this only
came up in the margins of my work with the child's mother, with
whom I'm still in occasional contact.

On your second question, Michael Persinger has done some
experimental work where he delivers magnetic field pulses to the
brain, firing the temporal lobes, trying to create some of the
effects commonly reported in alien abductions. Sue Blackmore
tried this during the filming of a 1994 documentary for
"Horizon", the prestigious BBC2 science series. While she
reported experiencing a strange pulling sensation, coupled with
strong feelings of anger and fear, there were no UFOs, no
entities, and none of the detailed narrative or motifs that crop
up in alien abduction accounts.

Though they come at it from different angles, researchers such
as Paul Devereux and Albert Budden have done work that is
relevant to your question.


Best wishes,

Nick Pope




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