Their motivations aren’t human

    (Alan Bates) “You know the buildup of energy before something happens? How hair stands up before lighting strikes?”

    (Richard Gere) “Right, “before something happens”. Do you mean, do you mean that they cause disasters?”

   (Alan Bates) “Why would they need to?”

    (Richard Gere) “Alright, then. Are they — Are they trying to warn me?”

    (Alan Bates) “Their motivations aren’t human.”

    (Richard Gere) “Alright, then. What do they want?”

    (Alan Bates) “I have no idea. What you really want is to know — why you?”

~The Mothman Prophecies (film) Quotes

While watching the film The Fourth Kind about alien abductions in Nome, Alaska in 2000. I held up my new Mothman t-shirt in front of my youngest son.

“A gift to myself,” I said.

“I see,” said Shayne.

Then I turned around because I heard a voice. I then remembered the actors face. He plays Gordon Smallwood who has an ongoing relationship with Indrid Cold. The film I am referring to is The Mothman Prophecies. In the film The Fourth Kind he plays a sheriff in the town of Nome, Alaska.

I said with excitement.

“Wow imagine that. I held up the Mothman t-shirt as Gordon was speaking.”

Even if it is just actors pretending to be people who really had these real-life based extraterrestrial experiences it can still amplify as a real synchronicity experience, I said a real experience to me.

So now I got that strange, buzzed UFO feeling coming over me again. I must realize and say to myself,

“Their motivations aren’t human.”

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