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Where Do ETs Go When They Die?

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posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 07:23 PM
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Their Biomass is Recycled and their Consciousness Ascends to a Higher Frequency of Existence .




posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 07:25 PM
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thinking aliens are benevolent.


Of course all aliens are not benevolent. Just like not all people are benevolent.

It's a big universe out there, there's likely to be both good and bad, just like on earth.



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 07:27 PM
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When a person achieves Higher Mind, overcome lower mind and its temptations, and magentic pulls and urges, (parted the red sea of anger) and is connected to Higher Self and God, like in the bible, we are branches of the Vine, so Higher Self is Christ, and we are to birth Christ within us as Paul, the gnostic did write.



Well U, never let it be said I don't love Bruce Lee as a master
of the true human being. And your description of what a
Buddha is sparks no contention in me. In fact I deem it
perfectly accurate, because you have only described the
path of the true human being. All that GOD intended.

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Do you think I'm just going to let you add words and twist what I have said?
Not happening.

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posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 07:39 PM
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randyvs
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Save your inane religious bickering for the religion forum!



But you are making the same mistake boymonkey makes.
What you think and what he knows, carries the same weight
as a bucket of psss compared to doctrine that warns against
thinking aliens are benevolent.

And I'm by no means off topic with what I'm saying. Nor does it pertain
only to," The religious forums ". As evidenced right here. Aliens and
threads of this nature about them, must respect this view. PERIOD.
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Ok. Full quote.
No one knows anything for sure, but maybe they (ET) have a doctrine warning them that humans are not all benevolent.



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 07:40 PM
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Bruce was not a follower of "doctrine" though Randy.

Indeed one could very well argue that a person who is a follower of doctrine would never achieve what Bruce Lee did in his life as a human being, they would simply be a that: a follower of doctrine, bound and blinded. Doctrine is written by men, and singular people like Bruce Lee, the Buddha, or even Jesus Christ, choose not to be beholden to doctrine.

Jesus said he was not of this world.



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posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 07:42 PM
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My mistakes are my own and completely irrelevant. I'm not saying your wrong, man, nor do I declare myself right (whatever that is) but rather have stated a brief insight into the OP's original topic.

What are you doing?

Furthermore, when did I say all aliens are benevolent? I don't recall.



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 07:54 PM
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Furthermore, when did I say all aliens are benevolent? I don't recall.



You didn't. I'm saying they're not and I'm sure you know there is
proof of that. Do you also know of any proof, they are benevolent?
I warn you before you answer, I'm very familiar with this subject.

Seabag



Jesus said he was not of this world.


This is true and the doctrine I've sited, is the Revelation of Jesus Christ.
Whom I might add, has only accomplished a whole world more than Bruce.
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posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 08:14 PM
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randyvs
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Furthermore, when did I say all aliens are benevolent? I don't recall.



You didn't. I'm saying they're not and I'm sure you know there is
proof of that. Do you also know of any proof, they are benevolent?
I warn you before you answer, I'm very familiar with this subject.
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Is that supposed to sound intimidating?

We both know the answer to Your question. Of course I don't have proof they are ALL benevolent just as you have none that they are not ALL malevolent.

Do we look like ants from up there on your high horse?


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posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 08:16 PM
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My question would be can aliens die? If there technology is far superior to our own they should be able to conquer death wouldn't you think?



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 08:17 PM
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Well, if aliens exist, then they go to the same place when WE die. Which is, nowhere. Dead is dead, there is no spirit world.



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 08:19 PM
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miss_sky
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My question would be can aliens die? If there technology is far superior to our own they should be able to conquer death wouldn't you think?


Actually...

That's a pretty good point...

As a species we are getting there ourselves so I wouldn't put it past a highly advanced race.



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 08:23 PM
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sled735
Has anyone ever wondered where aliens go when they die?

I have.

If anyone has any further credible information, I would love to hear it.

Here is an interesting article on this subject:
thespiritguides.co.uk...


Since there must be people in some form similar to us human beings, living on many planets in the millions of galaxies around the universe, I have to ask the question: “where is their Spirit World, when they die ?”
However long their lifespan may be, and the Pleiadians talking to Eduard Meier say they live a thousand of our years in time, they must eventually pass on to their Spirit World. But so far we have heard nothing about spirits from other galaxies living in the Spirit World which our dead relatives inhabit.

So does each planet or galaxy have its own Spirit World, or Heaven, or eventually, do all spirits from everywhere in our vast universe, eventually meet up, in an even vaster Spirit World ?


In the book,The Afterlife of Billy Fingers, Billy encounters a place where he meets Shvara, Billy’s tribe leader. She leads him to a building which is pearly white, and has huge columns. There are an endless number of bridges that lead up to it. Each tribe has their own bridge, and their own tribe leader. Some of the leaders look very different to humans.
Could these beings be the aliens entering the spirit world after death?
This is discussed in my thread covering information in this book:
www.abovetopsecret.com...

I would like to have an "adult conversation" about this, please. I know that's a hard thing for people in this forum to do, but please, try.
I'm not interested in snide remarks, but intelligent conversations, and interesting links anyone might have on this subject.


Hi Sled, while I cannot prove any existence of 'Aliens' (another name for the unknown to me), I have a theory based on my own experience dealing with the earths Akashik record. If something dies within a sphere (The atmosphere) of a planet, their memories join into the records. These could be considered spirit memory complexes. I don't really have much to do with them anymore but the imprint of the conscious being becomes stored in the planetary grid. Sometimes this is so powerful in certain points that people can actually manipulate the behaviour of these image distortions. I do not know why some places are more electromagnetic then others but this phenomena is largely connected to those areas. In other areas the effect is still 100% there but less subtle to the optics of the human eyes/brain.

I guess to say this crudely would be they "enter earth heaven/hell"



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 08:26 PM
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Randy, can you show me in the doctrine you are referring to where it says aliens are bad or evil etc?



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 08:30 PM
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The devil dreams on an idle horse. I'll ask the same question again
and rephrase so you can't escape.

Do you have any accounts ( to make it easier for you instead of proof )
any documented encounters, anything to stand up against the common
sense judgement, in observation of any alien encounters existing in this
earthly realm and documented. That you can deem benevolent? Of course
you can't use any abduction cases and say they are benevolent. So scratch those.
At any rate I'm positive you can't site not one instance of benevolence.
Not ever. Now use just the slightest common sense.



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 08:36 PM
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Dude.

Perhaps you missed the part where I said no, I do not. Then I said you do not have proof for your argument either.

Its like another member already said, there are some good a d some bad, just like us daddy-o.

Kallisti

ETA: I may not ne able to cite them but o have heard abduction stories that weren't all "long needles and medical exams" where the EBEs just talked with the person, even taught them how the sipped worked, stuff like that. So the doo happen. Sure being taken from your bed is frightening as hell but once you chill they are good dudes. Now, obviously this isn't always the case. There are horror stories as well.

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posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 08:38 PM
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Seahac, why do you play at words? In the face of such an important conversation.
You know damn well, what I'm speaking of and your request for me to find the word
aliens in the Bible? Is an intellectually dishonest request, that you should also know
very well, I will call you on it.
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posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 08:39 PM
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They return to dust



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 08:43 PM
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Its like another member already said, there are some good a d some bad, just like us daddy-o.


No, sorry there isn't. Believe your own lie if you want.
But nothing they have done suggests what you are saying.
And everything they've done suggests the opposite is true.



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 08:44 PM
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Hey, relax.

I'm not trying to catch you out or play on words. I'm asking you to demonstrate to me what you, or others, have interpreted to mean aliens and how or why they are deemed evil, malevolent, in the doctrine, that is is all.

I'm actually honestly interested to hear your standpoint, you claim to know what you're talking about, show me how you have arrived at your conclusions. I am not trying to disrespect your beliefs.



posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 08:45 PM
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Okay thanks for the permission, chap.




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