posted on Sep, 14 2003 @ 09:05 PM
I am incredibly skeptical of any alien contact stories. I do think aliens are visiting earth, but I do not think they are doing much communication
with the general human public.
Its apparent to me that if what has been happening has been going on for thousands, millions, or even billions of years on this planet with regards to
extraterrestrial visitation, the beings that come here want to have as little interaction with the human populace as possible.
My first question to anybody who is contacted and given very important information: If the information was so important and life saving, why would it
only be given to a singular person who lives within a very skeptical world where evidence is required for proof of such stories?
From everything I have read and seen, I think aliens have certainly made contact, but only with our governments. Aliens and our governments both know
that the revelation of their existence would shake up this planet to some degree and a plan has to be put into place to avoid this. I also don't
think that extraterrestrials nor our government have the best intentions in mind for being so secretive.
In any case, humans are well aware of their own problems and what could happen if they aren't solved. Aliens reminding us and not having any kind of
visible intervention doesn't help in the least. And aliens should realize this.
I did read the entire thing and do recognize that this guy didn't state anything that could be shot down immediately and negate his story. I almost
thought 10 light years away for planet Iagra was too close, but realized that there are stars as close as 4.3 light years to this planet.
I still think its bullcrap of the highest order. There was a one-sentence or so mention of why humans are so "evil". Because some other
extraterrestrial creatures altered humanity. I would think that such a story would be of grand importance. It was basically a sci-fi socialist tale
with reincarnation thrown in. The guy also saw fish that looked just like fish on earth, including sharks, in the alien video. That seems highly
improbable. Though I have read stories of aliens which look just like humans, so maybe its not.
Edit: I just read further into the explanations section. The dogma surrounding this stuff is way too unrealistic. It places Jesus as an actual
reality when there has yet to be one shred of proof of the actual existence of the man. That doesn't exactly destroy all the text, but it does bring
much of it into question.
[Edited on 15-9-2003 by heelstone]