posted on Jan, 7 2015 @ 08:13 PM
Well, having read this several times, I find to be a really good post in a lot of ways, especially all the information on planets. That is really
terrific work. It lends an enormous amount of credence to those who claim alien visitation.
Where this post really falls short, however, is when she discusses the greys. And there really isn't a lot about the greys themselves in these posts.
A lot of speculation about their possible world of origin, some very familiar speculation about their evolution, and that's about it. Very little new
information or even speculation that is of any use.
But here's where her analysis fails before it really begins: She ignores that there are perhaps a dozen different species of what we call "greys",
differing substantially in anatomy. She very briefly mentions a "tall grey"' but only in passing. And that's about it.
This is a major failure in a posting purporting to be an "analysis" of the greys. This is like writing an analysis of human beings and limiting the
discussion to Eskimos. Or perhaps pygmies. Not a useful or accurate overview of the human race. The unfortunate result is shoddy work.
This prevents her from being able to seriously discuss the greys in even basic physiological terms. And it seems to have left her blind to the rigid
hierarchical structure that exists between certain different species of greys. All of which limit her understanding of the greys, both physically, and
as "social" beings.
But even on a strictly physical analysis, this causes her to fall short of the mark. So when she discusses, for example, the anatomy of the hand of a
grey, she misses completely a more common description which is quite radically different than the graphic she posts.
I'm running short of time right now so I must continue this later, but not before I mention another aspect I find extremely problematic:
She states that the greys do not have a "hive mind", and even more incredibly, she states they are not telepathic. This is a completely unfounded
conclusion to leap to, given that the greys exist at all.
She bases this entire discussion on witness descriptions of the grey, correct? Then I ask, has there ever been a witness account that did not involve
telepathy? Then why cherry pick evidence?
If a witness says " the greys are this tall," or "the greys eyes are like this", jade star uses that information.
But when EVERY witness says "the greys communicate telepathically!" Jade says no they don't.
That's where her work crashes to the ground harder than Roswell.
And she even contradicts herself on this very important issue. She states that the mouth of the greys is vestigial, unused for communication, based on
descriptions. Then she says they aren't telepathic, despite every description.
This is what happens when someone who denies the reality of alien contact starts pontificating on aliens. This effort might get a passing grade as a
term paper, but it is of no use if you want to understand the greys.
I have a lot of other points to make but must stop here. I do applaud her effort, and I would hate to discourage her. But regarding aliens, she should
be learning, not teaching.