|Theresa Janette Thurmond Morris writes about people, places, and things pertaining to "Alien Civilizations Exist!" She is a believer and supporter of the future and the accepts that other solar systems and ascended beings exist! She believes that we are not alone in this universe and that we are being visited by other beings more sophisticated than ourselves. She would be glad to speak on the subject and why she believes so strongly. You can read her articles and books. Visit her websites: www.roswellconnection.com and www.ufoassociation.com.
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Life on earth is understandable and there is an accepted way to be a normal human being. Those of us that do not accept the general ways to think about life on earth are not well accepted among the social and civilized populace. Those who are different from others are not well accepted by society and their communities.
That was always a fear of mine growing up. I always felt I was different but was taught to hide this feeling or feature of being an intelligent being while here. Fear is our greatest enemy on earth.
There was much I was told I could not possibly retain in my small human brain as a child and that someday I would be an adult and could understand more with my life experiences. I was taught by these extra terrestrials to be a good person and that I would never be alone. I always knew I was being watched all the time. Thus, the UFO experiences to enforce in life what I already knew and had been taught.
This part of my story is a brief overview to share a timescale and normal lifestyle before and during the Nasa Apollo days that occurred in America. The life I lead was normal in some ways and different in others.
As a child being born into an American Christian family, I was christened and accepted into the Christian faith We went to church every Sunday. My grandmother was my Sunday School Teacher and she was always very kind. I learned all the children's songs, and still have in my baby book a Southern Baptist Association print out that we got each Sunday. It had full color beautiful pictures on the front with little teachings inside. We were taught to all be a certain way in Sunday School and then we stayed for the large congregation meeting in the big church. This would help us maintain our proper ways of being good while we in school during the week. All my friends in school went to the same churches that I did. We were all Baptists and we were all baptized submerged under water after the age of eight. This carried me through to my adult hood when we moved from West Monroe to Houston.
The larger city offered so much more to do with museums, and a zoo. So many large buildings and we would visit something new each weekend. Life was good for me as a child although I was the oldest of seven children. I grew up during the 1960s and we lived in Houston which was home to NASA. My boyfriend, who would become my husband began working at Nasa in Clear Lake. I was married with my first daughter when man walked on the moon. My life then seemed to revolved around Nasa. My husband had to work overtime and those we knew all worked at Nasa. I met several of the Astronauts and they came through my window in their gold corvettes with black bat wings. I was a bank teller at the Nassau Bay National Bank in Clear Lake.
That was my first official job that I applied for in life. Before that, I worked at Dairy Queen in high school and then was given a position as an apartment manager by a Dr. John Hill and Dr. Grady Hallman who were friends in the music business with my husband who had made all state orchestra and won five scholarships to universities. Being smart and talented was recognized in Houston and people in high places helped us. Chris Kraft had to sign my husband's papers to keep him out of the Viet Nam war back then. I was thankful.
We were a young couple and somehow had become important to our Nasa community. I had to fill out papers for security clearances just like my husband did in 1968. Prior to that I had signed papers in May, 1967 through the Houston Spinnerettes as an official Ambassador of Goodwill and we were to go to Washington, D.C. the summer of 1967 before I was married. Instead they sent down personnel to interview us that year for working with the government. This is how I know when my first background checks were completed in my life. It had to do with the future I would create with space and the military or the government in general. I knew somehow, someday I could and would do more.
I had no clue how the whole system in life worked but I knew that I was going to be a part somehow and someday. I chose law enforcement and psychology in college as my first college courses although I tested best suited for business administration. It was during my life experiences with Nasa that we learned about the "Bogies" that were seen by the astronauts. There were secrets and there was an inner circle of people who worked at Nasa who talked among themselves. We just happened to be in and out of the parties and circles.
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