There have been some interesting posts here, and of course some typical "don't even dare talk about life outside of the small circle of Earth,
especially on a forum named 'Above Top Secret'!"-stuff.
But again, a couple of perspectives that I'd immediate use, have not been mentioned much. So let me offer them to you, for whatever they are worth (in
some posters' opinion(s), probably not much).
What if there doesn't need to be anything -hostile- about possible invitation to an adventurous space flight by higher beings with superior
I mean, the current Earth level is not the be-all, end-all of achievement and technology - everything is still progressing, evolving, getting better,
right? Until we reach the ABSOLUTE END in all possible cultivation, we should realize that others have done it before us on other planets, and reached
as high heights as it's possible to reach - in all human endeavours, whether it's technology or spirituality.
As long as we are 'evolving' and 'improving', we are not the highest possible existence, our tech is not the superior tech in the Universe - we should
know that since there CAN be higher technology (and spirituality) in the future (for us), there IS higher technology (and spirituality), on other
planets/planes of existence).
It's only logical. Someone 100 years ago would deny that there are computers that are networked in a way that reaches around the world. And yet, here
we are, capable of saying to them: "There IS higher technology than what you are used to!"
Why can't some other planet have reached 100, 1000 or 10000000000 years higher technology than we have? After all, surely in the endless Universe,
there must be planets that have existed much longer than Earth (and with less accidents that have destroyed the evolving civilization, time and time
I have read that when the Challenger blew up, its crew was safely transported (teleported?) away in a spaceship to live on another planet before the
explosion. It may or may not be true, but if you can keep this thought in mind, you can realize what I mean by 'not necessarily hostile'.
When we see 'kidnapping' or 'abduction', the experiencer may actually see 'a once-a-lifetime opportunity', 'a great adventure', 'a friendly
invitation' or 'an elevating, life-changing, wonderful experience and chance'.
When we see 'hostile act', the higher beings may see a 'benevolent privilege' that not all Earth-people can experience (at least before they enter the
astral plane, and sometimes, not even then), that they graciously afford them.
How do we know whether they had everyone's consent, before doing it? Perhaps they were telepathically asked, whether they'd like to come aboard a
large spacecraft and take a few years holiday in a better world, to learn of it and then come back to Earth to tell about it (or not)? I mean, it's at
least as possible as the 'hostile abduction'.
Why do Earth-people immediately always assume hostility and have fear-based reactions to the unknown?
Another thing that people somehow have forgotten to consider; and it boggles my mind, as to why.
The plane was not just full of engineers. They were engineers SPECIALIZING in the field of _STEALTH_TECHNOLOGY_.
Let that thought thoroughly immerse itself in your mind before continuing. Stealth.
What does stealth technology do to airplanes?
What would be the best kind of a field test - an unannounced one, of course. That way, if something goes wrong and the stealth device/field/whatever
doesn't work, no one loses face, because no one will know anything out of the ordinary was even supposed to occur.
And if it works, it'll amaze the world and blow everyone away, and be a great, explosive success!
Why do people only consider the 'mundane', in the Universe that's full of wonders and miracles?
Have decades of living on this grey and lifeless planet really dulled so many people's senses and killed their imagination so well that they can't
even CONSIDER other possibilities than the most nihilistic, materialistic, dull, boring, mundane and depressing?
Why does everything have to be hostile?
Why does everything have to be mundane and depressing? Wars, terrorists, crashes and murdering the passengers.
Is that how everyone's mind now works? Are those the thoughts that fill people's thoughts on this planet now?
I am not saying I know -= ANYTHING =- about the plane - I have not researched it, I have not even intuitively investigated it or anything.
But I know enough to know that there are only a handful of people who own all mainstream media, and I know they have enormous power as to what is fed
to people. I also know that if such a plane didn't even exist, it would be a great exercize as to how to create panic and fear about 'terrorists'
without having to create actual attacks or cause controlled demolitions of empty buildings.
Perhaps this was a smaller version of 'blue beam'.. if the plane was a hologram to begin with, it'd be easy to just shut the image off and - voilá! A
plane that 'mysteriously disappeared'.
I am always suspicious of the 'official story' (for a good reason), and I do feel there is something extremely fishy about the whole thing.
In my opinion, it's possible that the whole plane never existed. I mean, how can anyone be 100% sure that it did? What irrefutable proof is there?
What evidence, at least? Numbers and graphcs on airports' computers? (Bought) officials that 'swear' such a plane did take off? The CEOs of
corporations that swear such engineers did work for them?
(Easily-forged) papers that prove that the plane was manufactured and has been flown for years? (Paid) eyewitness accounts? (Actor)-friends and family
of the engineers convincingly talking to the cameras?
I mean, there could have been a real plane that was scrapped, and then used for a gimmick like this - this would create an irrefutable paper trail of
proof that the plane existed.. the possibilities for faking the whole thing are almost endless in the modern time, when practically everyone (even
lots of ATS-people, I'll bet) blindly believes everything they read, hear or see in mainstream media "news".
I never saw the plane, so I can't be sure it ever existed. Everything else is hearsay (at least until I research and/or investigate it myself, and
possibly, even then).
So, it could also have been friendly space-brothers that did everything with their consent, it could have been a successful test of the stealth device
that the stealth experts onboard were experimenting with, or it could have been faked.
For some reason, the poster that listed "ALL PLAUSIBLE POSSIBILITIES", failed to mention any of these possibilities.
And as they say; once you have eliminated the other possibilities, the remaining ones, no matter how 'implausible', must be the truth.
edit on 25-9-2014 by Shoujikina because: (no reason given)