posted on Mar, 23 2014 @ 01:10 PM
Like many others here, given what I know now, I would not want to come back. But that begs many questions.
The first issue is that I may not understand at all what this life thing is about. My perspective while alive is limited and I don't even know what I
don't know. It may be true that once I'm dead I will have a greater understanding of life and reincarnation and the purpose of it all and therefore
be quite compliant with whatever happens next even though, right now, I think it would suck.
The second issue is that the Other Side, i.e.: Whatever realm we enter next, could be a totalitarian state where you don't have a choice in what you
do. We may be forced to endure many lives without any input on our part. Indeed, "we" may not even exist the way we think of existing now. The
structure of Reality itself may force us into it, i.e.: No one may be individually responsible. It may be like needing to breathe oxygen to stay
alive. I see no reason to suppose the next real is any sort of democracy where we all have an equal say. The whole idea of individual freedom may be
anathema to the Other Side.
From my perspective today I don't like that. In fact, I'm wondering if there isn't an opposition party of "souls" who don't like the way things
are run and are working to change it. In fact, the entire structure has to change. Right now it's well nigh impossible for humanity to really
advance. It's as if THEY want to keep us in turmoil and prevent us advancing our knowledge by keeping the veil between us here on Earth separate from
those on the Other Side (which is probably also on Earth, just at a higher vibration rate.) If WE are going to advance, we need to break those bonds
and establish a scientifically verifiable communications medium. That, IMO, is the next big leap science will take, the ability to first understand
that there IS an "Other Side" without condemning it to ridicule, and second, to establish communication and, eventually, even commerce and two-way
Given the ET stories we have accumulated and the "high strangeness" aspect of them, I'm thinking those guys have figured all this out and are
actively participating at that level, including manipulating us. Their "science" has advanced to the point where I believe our "science" needs to
be. And until we get there, we are condemned to reside at this rather un-enlightened plane of existence to "learn lessons" our Masters have deemed
necessary. Well, I'm not impressed.
Given what they put us through, I don't see the Masters as being particularly enlightened themselves. I liken them to kids in their Moms' basements
manipulating us like avatars for their own benefit. They get points and credits as they "advance" us to the next "level," but from their
perspective we, as avatars, have no intrinsic worth, no self-volition, no real life of our own. So, like Rossum's Universal Robots (the first sci-fi
story in which the word "robots" was used) we need to fight for our own liberation against this tyranny.
That's my working hypothesis until proven otherwise.