I am from a family of people familiar with abnormal phenomenological experiences and curiosities. As for myself, I studied philosophy for many years and hold both a BA and a Masters in that field.
The motivation behind this particular writing, Maji, has more to do with collating the information that I have heard about over the years and then analyzing as much as possible the dubious, yet sometimes believeable, information to see what it implies. "If such a thing "x" is true, then how might that be?", is pretty much what I had asked myself.
The result is this story that has nagged me for many years. The reading of it will be decidedly different from the average read about wild claims and accusations. I sort of proceed from a platform that speaks to only "possible" truth, and the stumblings about with we human beings. I would also claim that what the evidence points to seems to have several outcomes, only one of which I had chosen for this story.
As a philosopher so called, I puzzle about some things in the world, and so this writing has issues in it that are not generally discussed in the alien/ufo community, though I sort of wish it was,
It isn't particularly what I would normally write either.