Day 14: Your earliest memory
Some of you may think I am nuts for this, but what I have to say about this post is completely true. I believe in aliens and for two years I was part of MUFON where I investigated sightings. As for my earliest memory I was between one and two years old. I was sitting in the floor of the living room watching my siblings and cousins playing. It was my brother, sister, and three of my cousins. They were playing Frisbee. The Frisbee went out the window. I remember them going outside to get it. I could hear them playing with it outside.
That’s when it happened. A small disk came into the living room and hovered in front of me just above my head. I heard a voice say “We can’t take this one.” Then the disk flew away. The reason this memory sticks out so vividly after 38 years is, because of what happened when I was eight years old. I was sitting in the floor of our living room (different house) my parents were watching a show. Not sure if it was the news or a history program.
They were talking about WWII and they brought up the Foo Fighters that were reported by several pilots. At the time I had never heard of them before. It was when they described the small metal crafts the size of a Frisbee that this event from my childhood came back to me. Since then, I don’t think a day has gone by that I haven’t thought of that event. What did they mean by “We can’t take this one”?
Well there you have it, my earliest memory. Believe it or not, that’s up to you but, keep this in mind. There are billions of stars I our galaxy. There are estimated to be one hundred billion galaxies. Can you truly say we are alone? Leave your thoughts. I would love to hear them.