Ok, so I've run across a few more things I'd like to discuss here. First, I'm going to post the link to where I found some of these ideas so the
right people can have credit for them.
From the Fringe
- A lot of this sounds like silliness, but some
it does actually sound like it has some logic to it.
- from the above link.
One of the things discussed here is that greys have two hemisphere that act as seperate brains, dividing by a thick "wall" of bone in between.
I've heard this theory running around before, but the simple fact of the matter is that this can not be proven. Actually, come to think of it, none
of the above on this thread can be proven. Ha.
So if this is the case, if you wanted to damage the brain, you would have to hit both brains at the same time. I think the theory is that if you
destroy one brain, the other can still work as a back up. On the link above they discussed explosives for destroying the brain. Somehow I think that
explosives wouldn't work... Don't know why; let's just call it a hunch. Whatever the case, you might try finding a way to break their necks, or
sever their spinal cord somehow. I wonder if they considered that even if the spinal column is severed and the grey is paralyzed, it could possibly
still be alive in the brain, and thus still be capable of sending out telepathic messages.
The one I like the most is about learning to kill without having to think about what you are doing. It's something kids playing video games learn to
do all the time. With the right amount of training and practice, your actions all become instinct; mechanic. You'd become a killing machine,
basically. You see this all the time in war. Soldiers become jaded from killing so much. It's hard on them, yes; but in the end it's something
they just do without thinking.
The idea is that greys are telepathic and figure out what a person's intent
is. Any attempt at premeditated strategy might just result in
disaster since they would likely just read it right from your thoughts. But if you're actions become mechanical instinct, you could think kill over
and over, all the while thinking about going fishing, or what you're going to eat for dinner that night. How confusing would that be to a grey to
find that it's attacker is thinking about fish?
That brings me to the next one. Things that confuse greys.
This one I hear a lot too. Some abductees have said that if, during their abduction, they began to act in a random, unpredictable manner, their
abducters would become extremely confused and the entire procedure would come to a complete halt as the greys took time to figure out what was
happening, recover, gather their thoughts, and figure out a way to respond. Apparently there is a chain of command that thoughts have to go through.
Reportedly, this is a process that takes a long
time, and sometimes the abducters would rather return the abductee than deal with the actual
I think I read in the Dulce Files (which I know a lot of people consider to be bunk) from Phil Schneider (also apparently bunk) that speaking
pig-latin confuses them too. Anything that breaks from their predicted patterns.
Well, that's all I have for now. Let me know your thoughts, and tell me if you have any ideas of your own.
Of course, this is all theory. My ideas on greys have changed slightly on the possibility that they are hostile since I first started this thread.
I'm now leaning more towards "I don't know #." So this is all meant to be worst case scenario. Let's not outright assume that we are dealing
with an enemy
. Even if the majority of "evidence" seems to indicate they are...
They still creep me out though.