ZetaTalk: Drug Induced
Note: written on Feb 15, 1996
Among the myths circulating on how, when, and where visitation occurs is the myth that hallucinogens facilitate. They do not. Many would-be leaders and their
hangers-on wish to get on the bandwagon and make a living if not a profit on the increasing curiosity about the alien presence, and are looking for a niche.
- Can they compete with genuine contactees who run the gamut of emotions when hypnotized by professionals and exhibit scars that appear overnight or
positive pregnancy tests that result in the missing-baby syndrome? They would be discovered as the frauds they are if this were attempted.
- Can they compete with genuine channelers, whose work has an internal consistency no matter how voluminous, and connects with other genuine channeled
works as though several soloists were suddenly a chorus? This type of fraud requires talent, and is in any case a lot of work, and as these frauds come under
increasing pressure to explain contradictions it is not the perfect solution.
- Can they claim they saw and learned wondrous things while in a drug induced state, and offer to show the masses how it's done, for a fee? Why not? What
basis for rejecting or accepting their statements exist? Its a safe fraud, and more than one such fraud is currently running.
Visitations are not facilitated by recreational drugs, no matter what the users might imagine. In fact, as the contactee would be dysfunctional, it's counter-productive.
Any stories claiming otherwise are false, as are stories that alien visitors encourage the use of recreational drugs.
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