From: William Treurniet <wtreurniet.nul> Date: Tue, 20 Dec 2011 12:08:25 -0500 Archived: Wed, 21 Dec 2011 04:44:25 -0500 Subject: Re: Telepathy & UFOs >From: John Velez <jvelez49.nul> >To: post.nul >Date: Mon, 19 Dec 2011 16:23:48 -0500 >Subject: Telepath & UFOs [was: Prayer Meditation Cause...] >>From: Diana Cammack<cammack.nul> >>To: UFO UpDates - Toronto<post.nul> >>Date: Sat, 17 Dec 2011 14:19:32 +0200 >>Subject: Re: Prayer Meditation Cause 'White Orbs' To Respond >>>Source: UfoExaminer.Com >>>http://tinyurl.com/c4muyt6 >>>December 15, 2011 >>>Witness Says Prayer, Meditation Cause 'White Orbs' To Respond >>>Roger Marsh >><snip> >>Praying, meditating, shining a light and concentrating, or what >>Tim Good does, 'projecting thoughts' - all much the same really. >>But the question is, how (let alone why!) do these orbs and ETs >>pick up a single person's thinking out of the chaos of all our >>thoughts beaming out from earth to space? Also, what about the >>thoughts we don't want to share with anyone else - do those get >>sent out there too, to be heard by ETs and orbs? How >>disconcerting is that!? >In 1997 I had a daylight sighting of multiple orbs hovering in >the sky over my house in Queens, N.Y. I was thinking/wishing >that they would come closer so I could get a better look at >them. Instantly, as if in response to my request, one of the >orbs broke formation and rapidly descended toward me. >It executed a long, low sweeping arc overhead. At its closest >point of approach the object couldn't have been more than 3/400 >ft. over my head. It displayed a disc-shape, dull silver >surface, completely silent. I am convinced that the >object/occupant(s) had _responded_ to my mental request. >The other one I wanted to share was a response to a question I >had asked Budd Hopkins. I was visiting with Budd at his studio >in NY back in 93'/94' and the conversation centered on hybrids. >As he spoke, he betrayed a bit of fear, apprehension in regard >to these alleged hybrids. I asked what it was he feared about >them and he responded: "They can read your mind, get inside your >head. I don't like that." >I have never had anything to hide. I have (from necessity) >thought about telepathy and all its implications. Never feared >it though. >Budd's response made me wonder, more than the obvious invasion >of privacy, that many people have 'little secrets, little >traumas, little hurts,' that they don't want anybody to see. >Perhaps things they feel deep shame over; weaknesses, >shortcomings, major hidden flaws. His response really drove home >to me how very primal the fear is of someone/something else >being able to peruse the content of our minds. To share that >very personal space. >Telepathy plays a huge role in anything related to abduction of >human beings by whoever, whatever is responsible. I pay very >close attention to any reports/accounts of UFO contact involving >telepathy/mind to mind contact. It is one component of the >phenomenon that receives very little time or attention. Yet, it >is one of the single most revealing aspects. Hello John, I can understand the attraction of the source/receiver model of communication to account for what we call telepathy. But it is generally accepted that the physical signal strength of a thought is inadequate for any potential physical communication channel. So it has to be something else, and parapsychologists tend to gravitate to models that assume certain properties of consciousness. Donovan reviews some of those properties. http://tinyurl.com/6nvqxg2 One correlate of telepathic communication is empathy between sender and receiver. He notes that "the descriptive language characterizing both charisma and empathy overlap with that used to recount details of alleged telepathic phenomena". Similar language is used to describe psychic performance. He offers the following quote. "Psychics often commented that 'reading' a client was simple, a matter of 'becoming one with' that client and then 'reading themselves.' What psychics do, then, is predicated on the ability to literally or metaphorically 'let go' of their ego boundaries". The idea that the normal ego is a barrier to interpersonal telepathic communication suggests that Hopkins' fear may have been unfounded. It seems that telepathy requires the ability for two people to become one in some sense, and that implies consent on the part of both parties. With respect to your UFO encounter where one broke formation and came toward you, this model would say that you must have had some kind of empathic relationship with the UFO or its occupants. How likely is that? I think it is more likely that the UFO existed somehow inside your own personal psychic boundary unbeknownst to your conscious mind. I would suggest that the UFO was nonetheless physical and visible to anyone with you. This model says that you were a participant in creating the sighting at some unconscious level, so you may naturally have had some conscious control over the UFO's behavior. If one can unconsciously create a UFO sighting, then why not an alien abduction scenario? Since many abduction reports are similar, the scenario would have to be based on a trans-personal archetype available to us all. This model assumes that our consciousness is involved in the creation of reality in general, and so it accommodates all the "experience anomalies" that Jerome Clark talks about. Our consciousness has much more depth than we know, and it's creativity is obviously limited by stringent rules. But occasionally we may introduce a glitch and unknowingly create something that appears to violate causality. William Listen to 'Strange Days... Indeed' - The PodCast At: http://www.virtuallystrange.net/ufo/sdi/program/ These contents above are copyright of the author and UFO UpDates - Toronto. They may not be reproduced without the express permission of both parties and are intended for educational use only.
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