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It is at best, a 'wild-assed guess' to attribute any human characteristics to an alien race. Including the question of a 'moral code' for aliens
Originally posted by Gazrok
we must use basic human morality as a benchmark for comparison.
The aliens don't fit our new age religions of love and light, but they sure fit the old religion with its stern God and fearsome angels. And they sure exhibit the same morals.
You can bet your best mug that if humans found a planet filled with lower species they would eat them or find a way to exploit them all. They wouldn't show them full respect like we are demanding from the aliens.
Fowler himself analysed the Book of Enoch and came upon an intriguing reference on the general UFO abduction phenomenon. Enoch is home alone, resting in a seat and falls asleep. Suddenly, he hears something, though does not understand what is being said. Two men appear at the end of his feet; they know his name. Enoch wakes up, sees the two men and is afraid. They tell him not to be afraid, “you will ascend to Heaven with us”. It is in Heaven that Enoch is brought in front of “the Elders” and the rulers of a “stellar hegemony”.
The events described by Enoch are identical – if not archetypal – of the events reported in UFO abductions. Fowler was also intrigued by references Andreasson had made. She had described a group of blond human-like beings that were in control of the grey beings. She named these blond people “the Elders”.
True or not, there are important cultural parallels between the story of Enoch and the modern UFO abduction phenomenon.