It seems as if a lot of the visitors' [abilities] can be accounted for if they have beenable to truly manipulate consciousness through technology. For example, light-speedtravel could be accomplished by "faxing" a person's "soul" through space, where itcould merge with a receptive physical body (kind of like telepresence, through whichscientists hope to explore dangerous planetary environments)."Post-biological" technologies like this seem to correspond to some of the visitors'apparent abilities. What you perceived as "artiﬁcial bodies" for instance, might havebeen exactly that.If you haven't researched transhumanism, there are some fascinating articles on theWeb I'm sure would interest you.
Sounds fascinating. Drop the link in. I'd love to take a look.
Are you aware of the research by Dr. Michael Persinger of Laurentian University?He's been able to duplicate the archetypical CE-like experience by exposing thebrain to computer-controlled electromagnetic ﬁelds. Researcher and author AlbertBudden wrote an excellent book expounding on Persinger's theories ("UFOs:Psychic Close Encounters--The Electromagnetic Indictment").I'd appreciate your thoughts on this controversial interpretation of the "visitorexperience."
He has been able to create a very limited version of the experience, from what I hear fromone of his subjects, but not having undergone the process myself, I can't really compare it.However, I am very open to the possibility that this isn't alien contact. More than willing tosee another explanation, if it is a true one.
[You] and other experiencers report aliens walking through physical structures suchas walls and doors. In an interview with Ed Conroy, [you] mention the possibility thathumans may be able to duplicate the visitors' remarkable feats given enoughtechnological progression. Betty Hill's description of amniocentesis is often cited asan example of the visitors' apparent high technology.Recent theoretical work suggests that even walking through walls can eventually beaccomplished using earthly technologies. "Nanotechnology," the applied science ofrestructuring matter on the molecular/atomic level, offers one explanation for thevisitors' reported ability to become "immune" to matter.
You wrote "'Nanotechnology,' the applied science of restructuring matter on the molecular/atomic level..." The visitors said to a witness back in 1985: "We rearrange atoms." So maybewe are damn well on the right track, here! Thanks for this neat post!
Evolution on a planet with high gravity isn't consistent with the frail, spindly limbsoften described by abductees. Of course, no one really knows exactly what a gray's