Discussion in 'Alien-UFOs Personal Experiences' started by Kchoo, Sep 4, 2017.
dont think so, its an more "just the facts" presentation without any emotions or speculation
Should I clean up the tenses and typos and produce "Kchoo Experience- Chronology" as a paperback?
i see no problem in doing that
Humanoidlord, the book is basically what you are looking for. Kchoo just lays out his experiences and lets the reader make their own decisions about it. I'm now about 70% through and it is well worth the modest price, trust me.
yeah but the fiction-like romantic structure of the text doesnt appeals to me
i am more into solid facts about the case
it makes researching it easier
I don't really get that vibe as I read it. It seems more like stream of consciousness with minimal outside context to me. If I'm not mistaken, Kchoo is working on some fictional accounts which are more like what you are talking about.
'stream of consciousness' is a good description.
I tried to keep the book true to the experiences and dreams...
I dont think there was any romance...
Your story has parallels with others, but also some very unique elements to it. I'll probably have alot of questions when I'm through!
well its your opinion
really i aint an fan of flowery writing outside of fiction
Dream- A blonde middle aged woman with a gold band in her hair spoke to me. I remember we discussed how different we are, but how similar as well. She was very pleasant and soft spoken. I said I remembered her from some time in the past, and she said there were a few times, but she and I mostly never spoke.., it was just quiet moments as strangers.
She said I have been visisted by many, and never even realized it. They often pass by in the park or at festivals and other public places.
'Why so many?' I wanted to know.
"Curiosity mostly", she said.
"No. All of you... "
"People do not acknowledge you like I do?"
"Some do, but not as much as we would like..,"
"I kissed you once, when we were teanagers?"
"Yes, I kept you company when you were sad once.., you felt rejected by your peers... "
"You seem like angels."
"Haha... sometimes we do..."
Just got done with Kchoo I. Great read, I really enjoyed it. The experiences presented here have some parallels with others but not so much that I could really categorize them. I like the 'stream of consciousness' narrative, with minimal analysis and interpretation. The downside of course is that many readers may see the work as half- finished. I like it personally.
In every college writing course I took, we were instructed to heed the triumvirate of thesis-evidence-conclusion. This book is nearly all evidence. The only real thesis is, Kchoo had these experiences. The conclusion is only a bit longer and contained in the epilogue. I won't spoil it for you, but I must say that Kchoo doesn't purport to have the last word on the subject.
Too many Ufology books are written from the perspective of "I've got it all figured out, and here are all the reasons I selected to prove it." Sometimes this is necessary, particularly when the author is only working with primary sources and/or has been studying a particular UFO story for a long time, i.e., Stanton Friedman. Kchoo I is a rarity in Ufology, an opportunity for the reader to simply listen to the author describe his experiences in detail and arrive at their own conclusions, or just leave them undone for the time.
Chronology will be restored next Wednesday
Meanwhile, you can read the happenings since last December here...
Kchoo, this lady's experience seems to have alot in common with yours. The aliens she interacted with already knew who she was and had intentionally sought her out. I'm not sure if they were the same group as yours but there are alot of similarities. The crew seemed to have a command structure and was comprised of greys and human-like beings. They also seemed to be interested in monitoring her health, albeit in a more typical abduction fashion.
It sounds like the beings she interacted with are similar to yours, however their tactics are much more typical of the invasive "Evil Grey". Maybe they are the enemies of your group, or a criminal element of the same civilization.
I will listen to it tonight...
I too have had about 5 of those encounters, but in my case, Semjase came to stop them two of those times and if she stopped rhe third, it was while I was unconcious...
I know I didnt like the situation...
I was hard on Brunette on during one of the visits because I suspected her as an accomplis.... Later found out more truth about the Greys...
They do scare people intentionally... It is a type of psychological warefare I think...
I think the Greys are manipulating our politicians... And in many respects they seem demonic, but I think they are just twisted...
They still have their struggles with some factions of Greys...
The first 40 minutes or so is the real meat of her experiences. Most everything after that is opinion and reflection. What caught my ear is that the aliens in her story clearly were not her friends or concerned about her best interest but they did seem to desire some kind of relationship with her. It's as if she was more important to them than the average random abductee would be. She talked about meeting hybrid children later in the video, I didn't catch most of it due to all the noise from shift change at work.
It can be confusing because they are really harmless, and, even when it is frightening, there is no permanent result, other than perhaps psychological...
Making one to think they are crazy seems to be the biggest impact...
But I think they may have their reasons though their bedside manner is basically non existent even in the good ones, yet they are almost always soft spoken...
They are just different I guess...
The first thing that blew me away is the yellow drink... I have had that a few times...
Also a blamd white drink... a couole different times, and an injection saying I would be sick if they didnt so that, bit I got sick anyway for a day after. slept alot...
The time of an Hour and 4o minutes coincides with what I was told.