I was wondering if my 'coping' posts were coming up in searches, so I Googled “coping with alien abductions” just to see. It appears I have made #6 and #8 spots so far, with more further along, so yes– this site will likely get more hits because my titles trigger search terms.
But I had to laugh out loud when I saw that in today's “fake news” climate (where real news can be called fake, and fake news can be called real, even by highly placed members of our government!) my articles are being featured! Or– the links to the “Before Its News” site that carries my blog.
At the top it warns: “Untrustworthy News. Read with an open mind. This news source is untrusted and controversial. This article is for informational purposes only. Check the facts against multiple trusted news sources.” !!!!
OMG! I laughed so hard I've been coughing and choking! That's RICH.
That site here:
Very cool. At least they faithfully reproduced the beginning and middle of that post. Its obvious that they're trying to get hits on THEIR site instead of mine or Before Its News, but they have a link, so I'm not too put out about it. Curious people can track me down if they want quite easily. I did notice that Before Its News has a FREE PRESS thing they're hyping if you actually click that link, though. Hmmmm….
For the record, for you fake news checking folk out there…
I don't expect to be trusted. I'm writing specifically to other people who experience what I do and want some ideas on how to deal with it, not the general public, and I'm not trying to convince anyone that alien abductions are real. This series of posts is really just for those who don't have the luxury of doubting anymore and need concrete advice. Further, I'd like to mention that I don't get money from ads or from hits to my site, either, so my writing is not motivated by the need for material gain. I would still want other abductees to be wary and critically evaluate anything I pass along, though, because you are right– you can't just take people's word for things, not even on what constitutes “fake” and “real”. Our current dominant materialist dogma doesn't allow for things like alien abduction to be “real,” so I perfectly understand why my site is catagorized in this way.
This is a personal blog, not a “news site” per se, though– please note! Its chock full of one person's opinions, guesses, and speculations and has been repeatedly labeled as such by myself for YEARS.
Still, no hard feelings from me for you doing your due dilligence!
Oh… and also–?
THANKS FOR THE FREE PUBLICITY, GUYS!
Please, do stop by again! *waves* At Spiral’s End: What’s Left After the Paradigm Shatters is the personal paranormal blog of a woman that follows not only current odd events in her life, but recounts incidents from her past, including lifelong alien abductions, encounters with ghosts and other spiritual beings, and premonitions from either waking visions or dreams. She reacts and speculates about the deeper meaning behind these incidents and wonders– what is the ultimate reality or intelligence behind it all?