a reply to: KellyPrettyBear
I'm sure the that Plato's shade is laughing somewhere.
I personally never understood how people got so hung up on the idea of a nuts-and-bolts explanation for UFOs. The only one I've ever seen was absurd,
and it looked like some child's idea of a flying saucer. I suppose it could have been a disc-shaped blimp lit up like a disco, but it bobbed around
as it flew along like it was shouting "Look at meee! I'm an Alien Ship!" lol. There's also no reason I can think of for "aliens" to use what looked
like Christmas lights alongside one bright spotlight that randomly rotated around the edge like it was checking out the clouds.
Anyhow, it didn't seem high-tech, and it very well could have been alive and just took that form for some reason.
I also saw a typical grey once while rolling over in bed, but I mumbled something along the lines of "Go bother someone else" and it patted the bed
once and I went back to sleep. People see lots of strange crap in hypnagogic states anyway, so I wasn't worried about whatever it may have been.
The one time I tried to "look" for sentient alien life I saw mental images of something like a crystalline plant-analogue whose life-cycle was kind of
like some types of sea-life. It would start off rooted to the ground, then after many years went by it would break free and become mobile, and it was
able to generate some kind of field that allowed it to travel to other worlds as an adult stage.
Similar to what you said further back in the thread, I got the sense that those beings were extremely far away, although it could have been 7 galaxies
or 700 for all I know. No idea if any of that's accurate of course, but if nothing else it's always seemed strange to me that all the supposed aliens
humans encounter look so similar to us. I don't think anything truly alien would exhibit bilateral symmetry or have two arms, two legs and a head. I
suppose it's possible, somewhere, but I think other living worlds would produce very different forms of life.
I do believe there are tomb-worlds in this galaxy though, places where sentient organic life has died out entirely for one reason or another.
Hopefully we won't follow that path as a species but we may be too far down that road already to change anything.
I do think some of the things people see are black projects, among other things, but for the rest of the really weird ones sentient plasma makes a lot
of sense in my opinion.
edit on 18-2-2016 by Rethaya because: (no reason given)