posted on Feb, 23 2019 @ 06:11 PM
You ever play Mass Effect?
The question is totally off point to what you're asking but there were a couple of things that popped into my head while reading the post and
First, when I used to play Mass Effect, you'd have so many different civilizations. You've got the peacekeepers, the war mongers, you could have
bandit solar systems, conflicting universal entities (ie imagine the republic in Star Wars under the ideals of the Nazis and then there's another
empire that had other beliefs). It's hard to imagine such a situation when there's still a belief hard coded in humanities DNA that there's no life
near us, we're in a dreamworld where people cant begin to imagine what it would be like to be in cahoots with a star faring culture. I digress.
It's insane the amount of people with experiences and stories, there really is a feeling of "will it ever just bloody happen?"
I look at the sky sometimes and imagine a massive rig soaring in from the outer solar system, slowly making its way through the atmosphere as it
descends into its landing zone, and imaging every persons response to this scene the same as we now view another airplane in the sky.
I remember reading a post on this website before, it stated that there must be some kind of safeguard for civilizations classed as we
are(non-believers, easily panicked, best avoided). Perhaps there are entities out there blockading traffic and information from a safe distance from
us and other low grade civs'. Another post I remember reading was about a professor in America, I cant remember his name, but he was abducted a few
times and through being hypnotized he could recall conversations with human looking telepathic beings who possessed powers to create anything they
wanted through symbols with their hands (similar to the white scene in the matrix perhaps?) and also other types of beings, scaled etc. Why don't you
see these people on mainstream news or documentaries?
Then there's another bakers dozen stories with such clarity, made by people whose lifestyles beforehand had been totally normal, some not even savvy
with science fiction stories.
Anyway, my fingers are getting sore.