posted on Jul, 23 2016 @ 05:25 PM
I apologize in advance for my long-winded reply. Hopefully it's coherent, my first attempt typing in the window crashed my browser...anyway...it's
Saturday! Cashews and Stella here!
Hopefully you will enjoy my thoughts.
My knee-jerk reaction to such a question on a conspiracy site is:
'The aliens created man-kind to mine gold to save their planet'
Now, if you subscribe to this belief, perhaps you could be open to some of my thoughts that would seem to compliment the idea gold does has some
innate meaning to humans. Since gold has been used in religion, art, technology, and as a backbone for some society's financial structure, I like
to think that there is something 'special' about it.
I often wonder if the forbidden fruit was gold. I mean, if humans were supposed to mine it for aliens, surely they wouldn't want us to be accessing
it for our own purposes, or would at least want to 'control' our access to it. Thus, if one of these miners were to realize that this could be used
in some way to save their own society/let alone planet...without lending themselves solely to the protection of their creator, there would perhaps at
some point be a moment of 'distrust'.
Now, I'd like to think that this mined gold was used when the aliens hoped to suspend it in their atmosphere to protect their planet from impending
radiation or whatever. Since mars seems to be a red planet I will try not to refer to the aliens as being from mars or their attempt to do this as a
failure. Instead, I will suggest Mars perhaps was one of the first possible planets in relation to earth where terrestrial mining for atmospheric
rescue failed, mainly due to gold not being used. Could the reference to streets of gold be the result of a planet elsewhere that had gold initially
fall out of the sky (due to it's specific gravity). In summary, aliens may have once come from Mars (or descendants of) at one point and tried to
save their own planet with their own resources, and having earth as a second well to draw from, they were able to prep an alternate habitat. I am
sorry that I am generalizing aliens, but they can be interchanged within your own conspiracy cannon entities.
So, here the earthlings evolve, still bound to their innate nature of harvesting gold. However, like a squirrel with an abundance of nuts, they
realize that this needs to be kept from 'disappearing'. And disappearing from what or whom? Well, we could assume other humans, but what if their
attempts were to keep it from returning 'deities'/aliens?
What is the best way to hide something? In plain sight! Now if you ONLY used gold as currency, it's eventually going to be stolen, looted,
misplaced, sunken at the bottom of the sea or worse. If you use gold in religion, you have something that is rather easy to work with and change as
your religion and deity changes...this keeps society together and would be duly noted if missing. Meaning it's doubtful some aliens are going to come
down and take your giant gold statue without notice. Neither are the trinkets around peoples arms and neck going to go missing without notice.
Gold is the only element I can attribute to a recent migration within the past 200 years, known as the Gold Rush. What may be interesting to note
however, is that element which brought a nation's growth also had a short amount of time being the standard for currency...Well, didn't I just mention
above that gold as currency could easily go unaccounted for? Well, perhaps the US realized this too in 1933.
What happened in 1933 that matters? Well that was when we stopped using gold as currency and the government did a buy back for any gold that people
in what would appear as a way to get it out of circulation. Despite the factors that caused this change, it is interesting to note that this is less
than 15 years before Roswell.
Roswell? Yeah. I mention it mainly because within the key of conspiracy, lets continue to conspire that US technology is introduced 15 years after
it's been perfected. I only mention this because it seems to leave a window of time where gold could have been collected and then used on a large
scale project by mankind.
Nonetheless. That's a lot of gold to use on any one project, and if it's such a limited resource, nobody is going to throw all their eggs in one
basket and lose it due to human-error. Imagine all the gold being used on one megalithic project just to have the news reel one night report '89% of
the world's gold lost in one instant during flash in sky!' So back to the plain sight method of hiding things...incorporate gold into consumer
products...At first this would be no easy feat. But when you figure that starting with book edges in gold you may agree to this possibility. When
computers were introduced in the early days, one machine could have lasted the consumer 8 years. Now, people buy computers seasonally, and in
multiples to accommodate their lifestyles. Kind of hard for the aliens to come and take that gold out of your pc without your pc not working, or you
not realizing its missing, and maybe one laptop stolen ok, but all your machines? Rather doubtful that would go unnoticed. There were many years of
computer manufacturing happening without any e-cycling as well, which may have aided in gold going 'missing'.
So yeah. I think we all launder gold to keep it away from the aliens.