posted on Nov, 20 2003 @ 05:35 PM
Although the aliens I've seen are reptilian, insect, mammal, octopi, etc they are not the same as the species by the same name on earth. Many of the
alien species I've seen have no name that we would be familiar with, and there is nothing I could use as a reference to give you some idea of what I
was trying to describe. For instance one of the first aliens I met was a kind of human with long solid tubes of skin hanging down from all over its
face. It was like a cross between a human and a cat fish, except the tubes were hanging from its whole face to down below its chin.
There are so many different types which I assume are part of a vast spectrum of life which covers countless dimensional planes, of which this earth is
There's more to the universe than meets the eye.
Not only that, the visible universe is said to make up only 4% of the light and planetary masses calculated and so some sort of dark matter and dark
energy is thought to make up 96% of the rest of the universe.
The beings in control of the multiverse do create life forms elsewhere which are similar to creatures we have on earth, however it is the
consciousness inside the beings that is the important thing. Like you can put a nuclear scientist next to a cave man and an alien may think that both
humans are identical. So just because some aliens are reptile or octopi does not mean that they have the same consciousness as creatures with similar
features here on earth.
Look at the bigfoot creatures. They can become invisible and control minds etc, but people are calling them apes. They have little in common with apes
and are far more advanced than apes, and yet still people call them apes.