A bit defensive today, eh?
No part of anything I wrote had anything to do with tell you to “take a hike.” Everyone who has responded here is trying to be helpful.
Remember one of the cornerstone phrases of skepticism: “extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.” Related is: “claims presented without evidence can be equally dismissed without evidence.” How can you expect a skeptical community to accept your claims of seeing an alien any other way, without any other evidence than personal experience? This can’t be a new conversation pattern to you. You had to know what to expect.
Perhaps one thing that can get overlooked in language is that I (and very likely most other people here) have no doubt that you experienced what you say you did, and that you aren’t making it up. This is NOT the same as being critical of the interpretation of an experience.
It was rather insulting to suggest that I was medicate or hallucinating as was first said in a previous post… Or did you forget about that?
I do not require any extraordinary evidence, but apparently you do. You don’t know what you don’t know and may never know if you won’t allow yourself to explore the reports from people that claim to have seen aliens.
I do not expect you to take my report of seeing aliens at face value. I would like to listen to your “constructive” criticisms. Another cornerstone of scientific skepticism is to keep an open mind and try to encourage others to bring more ideas to the table. Name-calling will not encourage others to come forward.
Like I said earlier; this is not the forum I was expecting too find closed minded people that would suggest I used drugs or suffered from some mental disorder.
Thank you for hearing me out and I do wish you all the best in the future.