posted on Aug, 7 2003 @ 08:13 PM
I think that people like to believe that greys are just drones because, in a way, it makes them superior to aliens who can obviously abduct people at
The observation that greys are always serious and task-minded during CE3 and CE4 events does not necessarily support the notion that they are drones.
Just look at how human commandos or, even scientists out gathering data act... while 'in country', they get their mission done and then get out...
joking and telling tall tales is for later on at the officer's club or the bar.
Beyond all that, though, there have been many cases where the aliens appeared to almost play tricks on or games with the human they were
abducting/encountering. In particular, there are several early cases of aliens asking humans strange questions that are designed to either confuse
the human or see how he will react. They also, during such (reported) incidents of human-alien communications, occasionally make comments that seem
to either test human logic or mock its validity. A CE3 observer, once, was asked "what time is it?" by an alien. When the person replied with,
"four o'clock" the alien, in turn, said, "No, it's ten o'clock" or something like that... a comment some have interpreted as a critique of our
general non-relative approach to time (this is an old incident, for those who only want to believe in modern internet UFOlogy... I admit it does sound
corny, but Jacques Vallee traced the tale's pedigree... which cannot be said for much 'believable' modern internet UFOlogy).