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Re: Scattered Not Unified

From: Jason Gammon <boyinthemachine.nul>
Date: Mon, 17 Jun 2013 15:07:27 -0400 (EDT)
Archived: Tue, 18 Jun 2013 05:34:56 -0400
Subject: Re: Scattered Not Unified

>From: Dave Emmons <ddemmons5649.nul>
>To: <post.nul>
>Date: Sun, 16 Jun 2013 11:14:24 -0700 (PDT)
>Subject: Scattered Not Unified

>Been reading and responding personally to some of the posters
>here on UFO UpDates. Seems that people are grasping at straws in
>trying to figure out dimensions and other universes. Academia's
>research is necessary but the theories and opinions seem to be
>all over the spectrum of UFO research - scattered and not

>Studies on ETs, UFOs, and scientific theories on dimensions are
>just a guess by most and completely over the head of others.
>Why is it that people don't want to believe legitimate

>The clues each of us experiencers give should help close the
>research gap and answer some questions. For instance, Kathy
>Marden's research should not be dissed. I am one of those

>Seems it is very difficult to explain ET/UFO experiences to so-
>called scientist or amateur scientists - those who read a lot of
>books - and get them to open their minds to possibilities.
>To me, I am happy with the experiences I have had with UFOs/ET
>throughout my life and sometimes I have to chuckle about all
>this einsteinium probabilities. Can't we all share without
>negative replies.

>My experiences include not seeing one up close but five UFOs.

The phenomenon of alien abduction is a topic that the UFO
community will never hold a unanimous opinion of. I'm not sure
if you are aware of this or not, but much of the UFO community
is skeptical of alleged alien abduction. The reason being is the
lack of evidence. With regards to alien abduction there are
cases such as Betty & Barney Hill's experience and the
experience of Travis Walton, which lead many in the UFO
community to believe there is a genuine reality to the reported

This would be due in part to the evidence and/or witnesses to
the events. However, in most reported cases of alien abduction
the alleged abductee is taken at night, while they are in bed,
with there being no witnesses and no evidence. These cases are
the cases that many in the UFO community are exremely skeptical
of. Going further there are many differences between these types
of alleged abductions.

There are other problematic features of the abduction phenomenon
and with alleged abductees. How do we know what is credible and
what is it. You mentioned legitimate abductess so therefore
there must also be those who are not legit. If there's no
evidence then how can we know who is legit and who isn't? Right
now there are alleged abductees who have been busted time and
time again hoaxing stuff yet they still recieve time and
attention. They still make the rounds on radio shows,
documentaries, books, and lectures. People simply ignore the
evidence they are con artists and view them as if they are the
real deal.

Many people don't know this but Dr. John Mack got out of the
alien abduction work right before his death. He did so because
he concluded that alien abduction would never produce physical
evidence which is absolutley necessary to prove it's reality. So
that's ultimately what we are left with...stories. And if we
should be forced to take stories at face value then we can't
cherry pick. If we have to accept the stories of alleged
abductess at face value then we should likewise accept tales of
ghost, fairies, vampires, witches, demons, and gods, in the same

Personally, I believe alien abduction is real. However, I also
believe that abductess routinely confabulate, adding fantasy to
their experiences and often twisting the experience around to
making them appear ultra-important, a messenger to humanity. In
reality they would be nothing more important than lab rats or
animal that have been tagged and released back into the wild.
Actually, I have people who contact me and get upset with my
answer to them. They want answers to their experiences but they
don't want the real answers. They want to be told they are
special, just like the aliens tell them. They want to be told
they are messengers to help save the planet. Nobody wants to
hear the cold, hard truth that they are ultimatley not important
and are just another test subject.

-Jason Gammon

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