A childhood fantasy: was I an alien experiment?

This image (sent by SD) at Amazing Lookalike! reminded me of a childhood fantasy.

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The figure on the right is the Mekon, the arch-enemy of sci-fi hero Dan Dare. Are they related? Asks Amazing Lookalike!

Probably not, but what about that childhood fantasy? At times I imagined that I was a massive social experiment by superior alien beings. They were trying to create a completely different environment to breed a new kid of species – less intelligent and capable than they were. So everything around me was a construct, a fabrication by these aliens. My parents, my siblings, the trees and animals, the towns and cities, language, and so on. I even tried to see glimpses of the alien presence, when they let their guard down and showed the reality beneath the fabrication.

Just a little narcissistic, of course, since I was the sole focus of this immense experiment. But I have been told that in some form or another it is not an uncommon childhood fantasy.

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2 thoughts on “A childhood fantasy: was I an alien experiment?

  1. We We are not an alien experiment. God made us to look like he looks in appearance. The difference is this: we are fallen having blood in us. Jesus is not coming in a space ship. The anti – Christ who is Satan will attempt to do that shining brightly standing on the earth saying he is God. Get away from him.

  2. We are not an alien experiment. God made us to look like he looks in appearance. The difference is this: we are fallen having blood in us. Jesus is not coming in a space ship. The anti – Christ who is Satan will attempt to do that shining brightly standing on the earth saying he is God. Get away from him.

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