Another Nail In The Coffin Of Alien Theory

The headline in the link above captured me immediately because the answer came as quickly as I read it:

Biodegradable Biomedical Implants – ET-Style Technology Here on Earth?

I only bring this to everyone’s attention because the answer to the headline is no, for to say yes would be to revise history. The alleged implants removed from people were not biodegradable. Many of the experiencers claimed that they received these implants in childhood. Whitley Strieber himself still has something in his ear that has been there since the 80′s.

This is important because, to my mind, it’s another nail in the coffin of advanced aliens with whom we are catching up, and further evidence that whatever this phenomenon is, it stays just ahead of our present but lags far behind our future. It perhaps emulates where we imagine our technology is going at the rudimentary stage of our being able to imagine it. Implanted tracking devices? Sure. Collectively, we could see that coming. We imagined it and they delivered something that we assumed too much about. Maybe it’s better put that they implanted some experiencers with a placebo so that they would assume about it, talk about it, keep the conversation going.

But we humans have now gone a step further in actuality and have invented biodegradable components that get absorbed by the body. We can’t rightfully look back at alien implants and say, “Aha! Confirmation!” What we can do is look back and wonder how it is that we’ve once again outpaced the advanced aliens. Advanced aliens still implanting people with bulky, detectable tech. Still using rudimentary doctor’s tools to perform outdated surgeries. We’re on the verge of creating dinosaurs from strands of kagillion-year-old DNA. They’re stealing sperm and ovum to create hybrid children that don’t come out right. It’s kinda silly at this point and I’m willing to blame hypnosis for most of it.

Now that I think of it, even my premise assumes that these retrieved “implants” came from an unknown source to begin with. Perhaps when little Billy fell down and got that sliver of glass stuck in his foot, he should have extracted it instead of waiting 20 years to go to a hypnotist to tell him to extract it because it’s an alien implant.

Or is that unfair, too?

Perhaps I’m wrong on that account. But I’m not wrong in saying that alien implants are not biodegradable. If they were, no one would know what an alien implant was and I wouldn’t be writing this.

Abduction Memory: Why Is It Stored The Way It Is?

DNA-StrandThe problem with “alien abductions” and science is that we are highly unlikely to chance upon an abduction during an fMRI scan. But if it did happen and the subject didn’t disappear thanks to a Star Trek-like transporter, what would we see happening in the brain and would it be enough to know what’s happening with the person? Would it at least be enough to know  how and therefore where the experience is stored?

The general misperception is still that memories are stored in neat little compartments in the brain. But they aren’t. It’s far more fluid than that. Also, it depends on what type of memory we’re talking about. Humans, it turns out, store memory not as neat computer files of factual download, but as relationship. This is why, for instance, you recognize friends and family even if you haven’t seen them in years. Their hair may change, the color of their skin, their clothes, their voices… but the proportions of their faces remain the same, as do key elements of their body language–and you recognize those things.

With memory, we have lot’s of issues to dissect. The issue of long-term and short-term memory. The issue of wake-state and sleep-state. Drug-induced hallucinogenic. We know the body unconsciously stores traumas in it, right? Back problems related to psychological issues; psycho-somatic rashes and temporary blindness; nervous tics. We can consciously program muscle memory through repetition. And then there’s the vastly unexplored territory of the heart. We know we communicate through the heart. Do we store whole or bits of memory there, too?

Hey. Reader. Look up. Do you see a pattern in those paragraphs missing from neuroscience? Memory is “stored” all over the body. We move through time experiencing/remembering. We are not recorders separate from our memories, we are them. Every billionth of a second of the day we become our own past. Our bodies aren’t marked with the stains of time, they are time. Time being told. Full emersion.

Let’s call what we’re talking about above “topical memory.” It’s the short-term memory of the species playing out through individual lifetimes. The pieces that stick and make sense to remember as instinct or reflex–well those get stored in the DNA as long-term memory.

Maybe we can’t figure out where abduction experiences take place or how the memory is stored yet. But maybe we can see why. Maybe they’re drilling into us for the long haul. And maybe what they’re drilling with is the thing that most easily pierces us: fear. Or, here’s a thought, maybe they use fear for most of us but not those who lack it. Here’s something you actually could study with an fMRI: what are the brain differences in those who say they’ve had positive “space brother” experiences and those who have been terrified? Wouldn’t it be ironic if we found that the “space brother” encounters happen to experiencers with psychopathic brain and behavioral traits? (And no, this doesn’t mean such a person is a serial killer. It means we now know there are physical differences, which, if nurtured improperly, tend to lead one down a horror movie path.)

Ultimately, we’re an immature or perhaps broken species until we “mature” by dropping the self-sense–the persona who moves through time pretending to be separate from the body–and allowing our timeless nature to light the vessel. And that’s a tough hill to climb because it involved death of self, which very few of us will undertake before the undertaker comes for the physical thing.

Perhaps whoever the abductors are know this about us. They know we are incapable of relationship as equals but something about that relationship is important to have. And if it doesn’t happen in this generation or the next or the next, perhaps they are sticking around for when we are ready by engraining themselves in us as DNA or cellular memory.

How else does one not from this time stream embed oneself in the stream?

You do it through the time-makers themselves: humans. And you do it through their storage system: relationship. Why you do it doesn’t get revealed to the broken, immature, uncooked individual. That person who spends her life wondering “Why me?” is not even a pawn on the chessboard.

Think about that.

Do Aliens Call Themselves Experiencers, Too?

Photo on 3-8-14 at 10.13 PMHey, experiencer. Yeah, I’m talkin’ to you, alien abductee. I’m talking directly to you because I’m done talking through ufology. They don’t care about us, so it’s just you and me now. Let’s talk aliens. Or “aliens.” I suspect they aren’t doctors from another planet. How about you?

Have you ever noticed that they don’t baby-talk us the way we do children and animals? That’s weird, right? I mean it’s just kind of our nature to speak slowly and sweetly to the ones we love with whom we have a relationship of unequal understanding tipped in our favor. But aliens. They aren’t us so there’s no reason to think they’d behave like us… except they talk to us in our own languages and show us visions that apply to our lives and our sustainability on this here Mother Earth. They do relate to us as humans either on a verbal or an emotional level. So, we’re not animals, we’re not children, and they haven’t squashed us like bugs.

It’s as though we’re equals but we don’t know it. They know it; we don’t. Perhaps what’s true in that is we’re equal in the way that it counts to us both–some codependent multidimensional way where what one does affects the other. Maybe we’re not intellectual or emotional equals but we are conjoined twins: like it or not, we all must survive if any of us are going to. Family in a fractal reality; shards of one broken mirror; a stained glass mural. Or perhaps photo negatives is more like it.

Lately I’ve been on a kick about how the deep structure of the experience and syntax (deep structure) of the communication are sensible even if the surrounding events and grammar are not. Something about linguistics has for years struck me as important here but for just as many, I haven’t been able to put my figure on it.

Speaking of for years…. For years I have said that what makes sense to me is that this intelligence subverts our conscious surface self to speak to our unconscious “more-real-me-than-me” self. That means there is a symbolic communication going on that has subliminal effects. This communication is made to look like a real event but is no more real than a play that conveys a deeper shared reality through subtext. Enter George Hansen and Jacques Vallee to remind us that the mitigating personal circumstances surrounding the very fact that a person is experiencing this at all is its own subtext. Quiet, you two! I’m thinkin’ out loud here!


Experiencers say they have great long-term memories. I have a fantastic long-term memory and a terrible short-term. I can’t tell you what I did yesterday but I can recall the time I ran into the kitchen from the living room all excited because “Mister Rogers” said my age on TV — three. (“Daddy! Daddy! He said my age! He said Twee! He said Twee!” And that’s when my dad bent down to my three-year-old face and taught me how to say “three” instead of “twee.” I don’t think he was nearly as excited about this as I was.)


It is a fact that people generally tend to remember the gist of events and conversations but forget the exact details within 10 seconds of having experienced them.


Let’s put this mural together in the form of a question: Is it possible I’ve been wrong all these years about the unimportance of the surface presentation we consciously remember?  Family or not, what if this intelligence hides the deep stuff in the shallows of the presentation? Hey, even family’s got secrets to keep, right? So, if humans tend to remember the gist and forget the details, could they be hiding the important stuff in plain sight because that’s the stuff we’ll forget anyway? And what we don’t forget we commit to our outstanding long term memories. I don’t want to alarm anyone here, but this is too perfect.

What if the message or audio/visual we remember as the important takeaway from the experience… is unimportant? What if it’s a ruse? What if we are misdirected, manipulated into latching onto the wrong piece of the experience by following our natural inclination like a magic act or a con?

I don’t know or even suspect that this is true–not in a nefarious way, at least. But it’s fun to contemplate.

So… experiencers… do you remember the surrounding details of your experiences? What of the surface, shallow aspects that you discarded can you recall?

Is there anything important there, anything we’ve missed?