posted on May, 27 2006 @ 04:24 PM
This thread has become particularly painful to me in a personal way. A number of people on and off ATS have asked my opinions of it and given me
theirs so I will say a little here.
Claims like sleeper's are personally offensive against all of the honest alien experiencers who always do their best to tell the truth as it
is however much they know or understand themselves from their own experiences. Many who have alien experiences do not even realize how offensive
this is- many mistakenly think that just because they have seen something to know that alien life is real, that it means that anybody could be telling
the truth about it. Just because somebody sees something real, doesn't mean he knows all about it. In fact, never seeing anything "alien" may leave
a person smarter against false claims about it.
Claims like sleeper's are only causing damage to the delicate credibility of the honest alien experiencers at the point of direct exchange, in the
heart of the arena. And it is souring the minds and wearing thin the patience of the most serious searchers of the truth who frequent ATS. It
frustrates me that this still works so well among us.
Claims like sleeper's include some truths among the untruths as I know from my extensive experience with alien life, but which of his are true and
untrue doesn't matter to the purpose of my post. My concern is that when people can't tell the difference, they let the truths lend credibility to
the untruths, and the untruths discredit the truths, and their frustration repels them even further from those who are really just telling the truth,
and of course from the visiting races.
Those who believe strongly that the alien races are real, but just do not know "what" to believe about them, may be easily led by anybody's
attractive claims, or in any direction, one as well as another, or by any piece of evidence. Claims repeated sound more believable and the most
attractive ones become most popular. People who figure this out may throw it all away, still believing something but never trusting anybody.
People who knowingly bear false witness about alien life only add to the soup of confusion and disinformation, even when they claim for themselves the
things they heard from somebody else who was telling the truth. Even people who have actually witnessed "something" alien themselves have no
privilege to then lie about it or add more exciting or more horrible fabrications to more stories, and they should have no immunity to consequences.
Unfortunately, those with some experience or some degree in something may be better at creating believable fabrications. This amounts to mass slander
against the reputations and intentions of all our neighboring races, and this only limits our own race, not theirs.
Military personnel who may have witnessed something "alien" in government custody, who tell about it, are committing a crime due to their oath of
secrecy, and would certainly be stopped from doing so- unless, of course, their lies are well spoken, well informed and popular enough to actually
serve the public delusion.
The alien races of people who are visiting Earth are as real and physical as we are. Most of what you ever hear about them on Earth is not the truth.
Sometimes disinformation is perpetuated by mistake, but most often it's created on purpose- sometimes personally, but most often professionally.
It is no small problem for the alien races to find humans who are willing to work with them, can handle working with them, and are trustworthy to be
honest if they speak about it. It takes a great deal of planning and effort to bring a human to true awareness of themselves to help educate others,
and they don't have idle time to waste like some humans do.
[edit on 5/27/2006 by EarthSister]