My name is Shannon Gilmour. I am an indie Christian author
who has survived to tell a story...

To some it is one whopper of a tale, but to me, I can only remain true to my experience. I detail that experience in the book entitled 'Non Existent Entities'.

To read my detailed encounters, order my books at Amazon.

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Wrestling with the truth that becomes reality

The missing persons situations show us that it no longer matters what we are willing or unwilling to accept. To place such boundaries on improbabilities only continues to make the situation about us, and it isn't. It's about the victims, those who are left behind and those who are taken. The only way this becomes about us, is as a collective group on how we can possibly keep ourselves safe, by watching out for one another by informing each other. We need to do that; to start watching out for our fellow man for the betterment of our world.

We need the truth. The families deserve the truth, because the reality of what is going on is a crime against humanity. I am guilty for not taking this as serious as this needs to be. Shame on me, because I know and what I know is not something the families would want to hear. Thank God for David Paulides for his working slant helps the families come to some sort of understanding. While those understandings are beneficial to a point, they don't help in discovering what needs to be discovered; the truth.

We assume we have all the answers; I know I do. But as it turns out just when I think I have things all figured out; I really don't. That's what happened with me and this interview.  I assumed I knew what David was going to say, and his interview was just more of the same. I don't mean that to sound rude but like I said, and I am sure you will agree, that listening to missing person's stories leaves a black cloud around one's heart.
I wanted to listen but in all honesty, I had been engulfed in a separate area of study, that needed my attention. How was I to know that one had everything to do with the other?

I didn't and I didn't assume that they did as I couldn't have known this until after I had concluded my area of study. They say timing is everything and the bible tells us that there are no such things as coincidences. Things truly happen for a reason...

Wrestling with the truth

I finally listened to David Paulides most recent interview on Coast to Coast. It was an interesting interview, promoting his newest book '411: The devil is in the details'. I have to admit, it was another sobering and heavy burden to listen to. I had to ask myself why was I so conflicted? For me it goes a bit beyond human nature  because I know what I know; it's what most people don't want to know or aren't willing to admit. I don't mean that to sound arrogant. I just have no choice but to stay true to my experience.

I could have been one of those victims, a thousand times over. Any one of us out in the field of study can be at any given moment. Why them and not us?