Paige: Is That an Effing Ship?… “Keep Your Eyes on the Skies”

by / Thursday, 18 April 2013 / Published in Friends in 'High' Places

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Paige: Is That an Effing Ship?…

                                         “Keep Your Eyes on the Skies”

 

 

http://oppt-in.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Paige-Sighting-2013_04_18-1.mp3 First of all, a little disclaimer: I did not know this call was being recorded, so you’re going to hear some colorful language! (Click on the player button to listen to the recording of the call where Paige sees the craft Live on the call.)

 

In fact I didn’t know until the next day when I woke up and it had been posted in several chat rooms.  That said, I’m eternally grateful to Mark H. for recording it, for the reasons you’ll know if you listened to the 2nd call with Julien, among others.

At some point while we’ve been discussing this together the last few weeks, I had a conscious thought, kind of like a conversation, in which I volunteered and agreed that if it happened to me I would share my experience. I had no idea (on a conscious level) what I was getting myself into when I made that agreement. However, one of the primary themes for me since OPPT came into my life has been transparency, and this fits right into that.  So when Julien said, If it happens to you, will you take care of it, because it’s not just for you that it happens, I felt like he (or someone) was speaking directly to me and I had to speak up, even though it was uncomfortable. It’s also why I agreed to have the recording posted here and further share my experiences in writing now.

One of the reasons I was so quiet about my sighting (now three of them) is because I felt like people were going to want me to explain it, and I couldn’t.  And I didn’t want to start filling in the blanks with my imagination. I heartily endorse Julien’s advice to share your experience with like- or open-minded people, do it quickly (like immediately), and be very specific about it.  Write it down, sketch it, record it, whatever you have to do to remind yourself of what you saw, and that it IS/WAS real. Within just days afterward, the memories had nearly completely faded and I might not even believe my own story if it weren’t so well documented. Be specific and factual – Were there lights? How many? What color were they? Were they flashing or solid? What shape was it? How far away? How was it flying (fast, slow, up, down, hovering, turning quickly, etc.)?  How big was it? Was there any sound? What was the weather? What time was it? What else was going on in the area?

Equally important, I think, is the mental preparation you can do in advance.   There’s a thing called a possibility filter, which causes you to filter out things that you consider to be impossible.  If you can’t conceptually accept something, you can’t possibly see it, because your mind will reject it.  People see things all the time; they just don’t know that they see them.

The first one I saw a couple weeks earlier, I dismissed as not real and completely forgot about it until my second sighting.  The second one was so vivid I couldn’t dismiss it, but I was so stunned I didn’t know what to do when I saw it!  Of course I had the good fortune of being on the phone with supportive and like-minded people who talked me through it. What will you do? Try to photograph it?  Call someone?  Follow it if it moves?  Try to communicate with it? What will you say or ask? Plan it out, and then refer to your plan in the moment. No matter how much you think you “believe”… “seeing” really is another matter.

I know now why people get so excited about their sightings – it’s not just what you see, but the way it FEELS.  It’s amazing, sublime, and it lingers. But then, at least for me, came the questions.  What were those things, really?  Could they have been drones? Military craft? What if I generated those feelings on my own? What if it was just my adrenaline? I took Heather’s advice and asked myself, What do I KNOW? And it wasn’t much.  I knew what I saw, how I felt, and that was it. I got some questions answered by Julien and another trusted source “in the know” who confirmed that these were the real deal. But few people have such sources.

You see a UFO or lightcraft, and you want to know what it is, where it came from, if anyone is inside it and if so – who, if they’re aware of you and what their intentions are.  But all you can do is look at it and wonder. Of course you WANT to think it’s all sunshine and rainbows, but HOW DO YOU KNOW? When someone shows up on your doorstep do you automatically assume they came to bring you cookies?  It doesn’t mean you’re afraid – you just don’t know, so you ask them who they are and what they want. This experience has conjured a strong desire for more clarity and transparency on their end, and verifiability.  I WANT to KNOW.

After Julien indicated on Saturday night that the ones I saw on Thursday were Andromedan and Sirian, I thought about the people that were probably on them.  And then I broke down and cried.  The thought that kept running through my mind was, Once you KNOW you’re not alone in the universe, everything changes.  It was an emotional release as all these hopes, fears, desires and beliefs crashed into reality.  And some doors, once opened, cannot be closed again.

[4/21/13 2:53:45 PM] Julien Wells: You probably feel sad because you are likely feeling at some level that you were reconnecting with something like a lost family member and you wanted to reconnect, and now you don’t know when you will get to reconnect.

The morning after my third sighting, just before I woke up, I got a message that said, Yes, you can FEEL them, and yes, that was THEM last night communicating with you. So I’m beginning to be able to distinguish that feeling as a type of connection. I suppose that is a step toward the KNOWING I am seeking, we shall see.

Beyond that I have been experiencing a full spectrum of emotions and thoughts about it, from excitement to sadness, confusion to clarity, gratitude and even anger. I cried through most of Sirius and for an hour after. In the context of responsibility and reconciling all images of self, I was in grief to realize that I had done – even this – separation to myself.

I could write another couple of pages about the changes, synchronicities and anomalous events that have happened since, but I don’t have enough information to make sense of them yet.  So let’s just say it’s still unfolding, and the best way I can describe where I’m at now is with the lyrics of a popular song I can’t seem to get out of my head:

The sun goes down
The stars come out
And I’ve got is here and now
My universe will never be the same
I’m glad you came
I’M GLAD YOU CAME

I’m grateful for the experiences I’ve had, for the door that’s been opened that I now get to walk through, and for the community of people that are holding my hand every step of the way.  My eternal love to you all.  Keep your eyes on the skies.

Paige

 

 

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One Response to “Paige: Is That an Effing Ship?… “Keep Your Eyes on the Skies””

  1. Edward says : Reply

    What a wonderful and powerful experience for you. Thank you for sharing this and the experience of it all and the changes you felt with-in.

    Edward

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