I have seen a pattern among people who tell of direct contact experiences. A curiously high number of them will tell of a newfound inability to kill living things. This goes beyond just being a vegetarian (another common trait). I’ve repeatedly heard abductees explain how they no longer swat mosquitos or squash spiders. I just spoke with a man recently who used to be a hunter. He grew up in the wide open spaces in the Rockies and sometime in the 1980’s he shot a deer and then broke down sobbing. He vowed he would never harm another animal again. This was a decided conversion from his previous self.
Often, these conversions come before the experiencer will have any recognition of their own involvement in the UFO phenomenon. I include myself in this, I went through a phase where I stopped slapping mosquitos. Sometime in the late 90’s I made this very conscious decision and bugs simply stopped bothering me. This came at a time when I was spending a LOT of time outdoors. Sometimes mosquitos would bite me, but it lost any sense of being annoying. I would explain to my fellow campers that I had changed my vibrations; this was only in jest, but only partially. Over the years I have faltered in some insanely buggy environments, but for the most part it feels absolutely normal—it’s simply who I am.
I still drive a car where bugs die on my windshield and I buy cat food for my cat. So I am by no means some kind of ascended master, but I feel different than the person I once was.
Chuck Weiss talks about his experiences with not killing roaches in one of my favorite interviews on this site (linked HERE).