posted on Aug, 22 2005 @ 09:50 PM
It makes sense that aliens, if they exist, have some form of hierarchical organisation, with one or more leaders. After all, interstellar space travel
is no small feat and doubtless requires a certain degree of organisation, even if you have mastered the technology. Furthermore, if aliens are making
the effort to travel vast distances across the gulf of space to come to Earth, then they certainly have a reason for doing so. The fact that they seem
to be making a great number of trips implies that this reason is more of an agenda, something that they are unable to accomplish in a short period of
time. It implies a long-term goal or objective. Such a goal implies that there is some form of leadership group or individual directing efforts.
The mere fact that the aliens are able to cross the gulf of space to get here also implies that they exist in sizeable numbers, since it no doubt
requires a large number of individuals to establish infrastructure necessary for constructing the ships, piloting the ships, establishing and
researching necessary facts and data regarding Earth and then actually carrying out the trip as part of some larger vision or plan. Large populations
invariably require some form of leadership. This may be in the form of a council, a single individual, a caste system, or some other form that we are
unaware of. I note, however, that abductees have, in the past, reported that some aliens were taller than others and appeared to be the leaders.
Perhaps this evidence, as sketchy and perhaps unreliable as it is, suggests some form of caste system within the alien's society.
I am not convinced that aliens are visiting Earth, although I am increasingly leaning towards the possibility. However, I do believe that if aliens
are here and are engaging in the acts reported by abductees, then they do not have our best interests at heart. As crazy as it sounds, perhaps
information on alien society and hierarchy would prove invaluable information if we needed it in the future.