What Really is Cupid and his EVIL arrow!

Observe the Drama

This angle of approach is better understood if you place yourself in the position of a drama director: Imagine for a moment, watching a children’s puppet show. Raggedy Andy meets Raggedy Ann. They flip and flop to the tune of an enigmatic love affair. Raggedy Andy courts his beloved Ann, wooing her to that anticipated kiss. Raggedy Ann swooned into a spell of romantic love. The curtain closes.

Next scene Raggedy Ann is yearning for her newfound knight in shining armour. Raggedy Andy sees her, but instead of running to embrace her, he turns around and walks off stage, leaving Ann grieved with unrequited love.

Raggedy Andy and Ann are not really puppets; they’re real people who have had lifelong alien encounters. The puppet masters are the aliens playing the role of the proverbial Cupid and his arrow. Perhaps a puppet show is a harsh analogy for the lives of some abductees caught in the dramas of the alien matchmakers. But I adjure you to take a look from a different perspective, one that asks different questions regarding the modus operandi of the alien or extraterrestrial intelligence.

Throughout my experience studying and counselling abductees and "experiencers", I can confidently say that the alien presence – or whoever is acting behind its image – exerts a heavy influence on their lives, sometimes down to the lovers they meet and even the very partners they choose to marry.


3 Responses to “What Really is Cupid and his EVIL arrow!”

  1. I know this is really boring and you are skipping to the next comment, but I just wanted to throw you a big thanks – you cleared up some things for me!

  2. Thank you for another fantastic blog. Where else could I get this kind of information written in such an incite full way? I have a project that I am just now working on, and I have been looking for such information… Regards…

  3. Thanks for the informative post. It helped me a lot. May the Force be with you.

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