Why Do We Forget Those Other-Worldly Experiences? Is it all True Series # 258
From my many years of experience and research, I have estimated that a minimum of 1 out 4 people you pass on the street have had other-worldly experiences. First let’s define “other-worldly” – I will define it as a meeting with another animated being from another dimension. Examples include, contact with aliens beings (Greys, Reptilians), fairies, elves, wee people, angels and demons, etc.
And note 95% of the 1 in 4 will never remember the encounter, and maybe another 10% of the total will occasionally have quick flashbacks of the event. What is interesting about that is that most these people have multiple encounters over their lifetime and remember none of them.
So why do we forget these “other-worldly” experiences? There are three primary reasons–One, we are in shock/trauma mode, and the human mind shuts down and hides these super-charged emotions. This mode protects our mind from a total collapse, which could lead to a fried brain and even death.
The second reason is we cannot perceive the experience – it is so out of the box that the mind ignores it. These types of experiences are outside of their reasoning capability. The left brain is telling the right side this not possible in my world. That is one of the reasons I have always said most of us can only make true alien contact through our right brain, for this side of the mind is the creative side and is capable of imagining the possibility.
The last reason is the IDBs (interdimensional beings) do not want the attention from the general public and our governments. So they (the beings) do two things to their abductees–they may screen the event to resemble something friendly and very normal, or they completely disturb the minds ability to remember anything of the event, a nearly permanent wipe clean.
Sleep-tight, I mean what I say – reality is not what it seems.