posted on Oct, 16 2016 @ 02:40 AM
I want aliens. Real ones. I need to see them &/or a crisp image of their ships or a blow your hair back ET message from the stars. It's time. The
time for full disclosure has come.
ET's come forth!
We know you're out there.
And we know you know we know that you know we know.
Why keep up the façade any longer?
It's getting frustrating, even annoying.
What's wrong with wanting real aliens?
We don't want to be ALONE, and we probably need their help, ah but who can we trust? What powers and principalities not of this world are there and
what master do they serve?
On second thought, maybe real aliens wouldn't be everything we think they're cracked up to be, if we were to encounter them. Maybe they would ruin
everything not the least of which is our own freedom and self determination.
Maybe otoh, now that I think of it, real aliens might be the last thing we need, or some sort of encyclopedia galactica, when we are not ready for
such a thing?
So as much as I want real aliens, I don't want them.
Plus I'd hate to see the social media reaction, knowing full well that said aliens have already hacked the entire internet for processing.
Overlords. Probably better than Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, but still overlords nonetheless.
Aliens be gone! You have no truck with the human being. Unless you're protecting us from meteor impact, scram.
A beacon from a distant star who's data we cannot decipher would be more comfortable.
If they were right on our face, that would suck, or even monitoring us and our every communication (hello).
I would rather, if they're not going to make contact, to get away, and honor our own right to privacy.
And to think that they are glued to the 2016 Presidential Election almost makes me sick to my stomach.
It's hard though, on the one hand so want real alien evidence, and on the other, not the real thing in your face blowing your hair back and making
you want to take the day off work because you just can't get your bearings at the actual news itself.
That said, I had a prophecy as a young child, that this would happen in my lifetime, and other things have come true. I predicted the war on terrorism
long long before that became an issue, and the great crash of the market at the very moment that it began (shrinking credit).
This is going to happen - full disclosure. There's no half measure about it.
I think that even if it's something that we can hardly understand or fathom that it would probably be a good thing to blow everyone's mind, might
wake us up to the need to be good stewards and show ourselves to be trustworthy in the coming age of FTL travel through the stars.
Whether they are there, or not, I think that we should be shaping policy "as if" they are, even if only where Civility may be defined as:
Consciously motivated organizational behavior that is ethical in submission to a higher power or an imagined perfect observer, who also observes the
If it's not ethical, then they must cease and desist.
Therefore, if we really want to have contact and get to enjoy the knowledge of real aliens, there must be an ethical framework by which that would be
made possible, and if we act as if, then we'll be ready when they show up as if right on time because that's the way these things kind of roll.
The teacher won't appear until the student is ready and in our case the student is not ready yet.
But it's interesting the impulse to both want the evidence, and not want it both, to allow our world to maintain a certain innocence, and to find our
way to a place where we would be fit to join the socio-political dynamic of the interstellar or intergalactic society of advanced, civilized worlds.
We have to keep on evolving and growing as a species and as a world of nations.
Then and only then will we get real aliens up close, and get to travel to other worlds with all kinds of stuff going on.
Contact for me, implies a tour.
I think we have much work to do in our own world, to heal it, at all levels, before we'll get to join them and play around with them, go places, do
This is one reason that I'm a Christian, because I am convinced that until we appropriate that model of authentic civilized leadership, we ain't
going anywhere worthwhile, except maybe dusty 'ol Mars.
Aliens take us away!
That would be funny if some day they showed up and we all had to board an arc because we were destroying the Earth, and be resettled for a time at
another prepared destination. As long as their manifesto didn't translate as "To Serve Man" (a cookbook).
Honestly, I think that the reason there hasn't been disclosure is because no one has the first clue as to what's going on or who or what we're
really dealing with, or how many or how they relate to one another and to our world.
They're too damned secretive, aliens and secret government both.
But do we REALLY want to know with absolute certainty?
The mere question almost scares me a bit because of the implications of it for me and for us all.
I'm conflicted about it.