Posted by Justin (18.104.22.168) on December 17, 2001 at 16:21:54:
In Reply to: Alien Monster posted by Bedysa on December 08, 2001 at 07:42:13:
As much as I like to believe these things, believers should look at all evidence as sceptics. All too often believers are discredited for eagerly believing all evidence, even though it is riddled with hoaxes, lies and pranks. We should be frugal with what we believe. There is plenty out there that is undeniable that we shouldn't focus on the things we cannot put as much credit in. Now that I got that out of my system (it wasn't fully connected to the monster post :P) I'll continue.
I had a lot of trouble understanding what you were trying to say, but I think I got the impression that you walked through walls, and you found some tooth marks on you. What you should really ask yourself is "Why in the world would this experience take place?" That is what makes me believe this was a dream. Walking through walls is not possible, for one. I have heard of
teleportation, etc but technology to make it possible to walk through your own wall
doesn't sound very plausible or even useable. Also, why would a monster come from millions of light years away to give you a little nibble on the hand and tell you he
didn't have snake eyes? From the sound of it, you should have had your hand ripped apart anyway, not just markings. In most abduction or encounter cases i have heard of, there is usually some sort of motive or purpose. This seems to be lacking that. I see you are interested in these sort of things, but
don't let that push you into believing what you see before really thinking about it. I hope my thoughts have contributed to your thoughts. Ultimately, your decision to believe or not is up to you. Keep in touch,