Stories of my lifelong visitation, abduction experiences and all kinds of other randomness.
Suzanne, Kenny here. I have one question to ask you. What did the inside of the surroundings of the ship look like around you? In your best description. Thank you, Kenny
It was pretty simple, Kenny. There was a circular ledge encompassing the circumference of the craft, where the beings seemed to be "working", yet I saw no signs of any type of controls. It seemed to be backlit somehow, and the emanating light shone on the curved wall behind it. It was pure white, almost as If I was inside an egg. One of the beings brought me over to one side of the craft, and waved his hand over the wall, and it opened up like a window, almost like when you wipe condensation of the inside of a car window, and I could see outside . I could see the earth, and I would say I was probably as far away from it as our moon.
Suzanne, your account of your visit seems relaxed and pleeasant enough.Hard question but do you feel your, apparently, comfortable demeanor was solely of your own making and not a buffering technique sometimes employed by your new acquaintances?With regressive hypnosis you may uncover an element of unrealized fear associated with the very foreign surrondings you experienced.Without regressive hypnosis I had forgotten that my surrondings were, in fact, a bit frightening.
jjsirius I did indeed feel that my demeanor was my "own". I felt like myself in every way, especially the fear that I felt, and if I were in a similar situation again I would respond the very same way. And I agree about hypnosis, and for some reason the thought of recovering frightening memories does not appeal to me at all.
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Thank you for your interest in my blog. I am sure that me sharing this is akin to your need to do the same. We are all in this together, and I thank you for connecting.