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aliens not among - but IN US

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posted on Feb, 9 2007 @ 07:57 AM
try thinking of it more this way. not among us - IN us.

I mean come on, what's the deal with those Neuron starfish inside our heads.

right now. tiny colonies of cell starfish live in your BRAIN.

so what humans label themselves cool, cuz they got self mirror recognition.

recognize yourselves neurons.

DONT UNDERESTIMATE them just cuz they are tiny. Size is relative.

they give us pain, they give us joy. and practically our thoughts are just a tool for them. they speak with electric signals anyways.

yeah yeah we know they are eukarytes, and that they probably evolved over thousands of years into us.

BUT. this is ALL WE KNOW about their intentions. dont think they are stupid


afterall... they designed US.

we know nothing of their goals. have no clue of why they act as they do.

yes we got a theory from darwin about survival. still just thesis.

yes we know how they act and what they perform..

but why? .. don't be ignorant. they are familiar and inside, but still completely alien to our human plane of understanding.

It seriously puzzles me, that everyone just take it for granted.

and no one really questions our mikro builders. we are just their vessels.

strassmans dmt emperiments produced alien encounters in 20% of test subjects.

couldn't those experiences of meeting alien but friendly beings tryng to fix the dmt-subject, be endo-anthropomorphised Neuron and neuroglia workers, experienced via their vessel control-information code in the form of symbolic thinking, as found the primitive reptillian nervous system.

My Astrocytes have spoken. I am but the medium.

posted on Feb, 9 2007 @ 08:01 AM

Originally posted by kashyapa
right now. tiny colonies of cell starfish live in your BRAIN.

Can you provide any proof or references? How do you make the jump from neurons to "cellular starfish colonies"?

This sounds a bit too much like the whole scientology "thetan" thing.

If anything, I would have gone with the fact that Mitochondria live in our cells but have different DNA. That's at least scientifically shown. However, I got 0 Google results for "Cellular starfish".

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posted on Feb, 9 2007 @ 08:02 AM
There are alot of microscopic creatures that look like something out of a science fiction movie. If you wanted to really learn about a civilization what better way to study the anatomy but inside of the specimin. It is kind of like the movie Inner Space, but for aliens? Maybe they have been here studying as microbal life for a long time.

posted on Feb, 9 2007 @ 08:06 AM
I admit the idea of an infintestimally small universe or civilization existing in a single cell or drop of water seems pretty fascinating, but there is really no way that it's really possible. Yes, there are all those tiny microscopic creatures such as dust mites and ameobas that look pretty crazy, but they are nowhere near as advanced as even regular animals.

How would something that small and simple have such control over us?

posted on Feb, 9 2007 @ 08:34 AM
recent experiments have shown that Astrocytes actually regulate neurons much more than previosly though.

before scientists just though Neuroglia(including astrocyte) supplied food to the neurons. now it has been shown that they actuallly also manipulate Neuron signals etc.

there are 10 neurons for each Neuroglia.

Imagine your brain as an ants farm. with your thoughts being the leef-lice or neuron networks, and astrocytes being the controllers/ants.

here are some pictures

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posted on Feb, 9 2007 @ 09:32 AM

Go and study biology at university level then come back.

Symbiosis between a LOT of organisms has built up since the beginning of time with many life forms.

I mean our cells technically grow our own specialised protists. Eg. Mitochondrial DNA - RNA.

Life is exponential in nature. It just is.

I have studied ecology and zoology yet swapped majors as I realised the implications. The next few decades should be very interesting considering our current observational capabilities. I honestly believe that life sciences are the most complicated, there is technically no limit if you accept life off the planet (no amount of equations and suppositions can solve certain problems at our level or possible forever!). Physics and chemistry can be conquered if you have second and third points of reference(IMHO).

A great part of our insides could be considered alien, but only without research and understanding. Go and have a look at the known versus predicted number of species on the planet. Most of the unknowns are thought to be microbial. Were talking millions of species here.

And for those of you who would align against my opinions. There have been a few species of microbes that are living on the planet and are specifically suited to the radiation levels you would find on Mars. Very old news in the scientific world yet swept under the carpet as an unknown until NASA and other exploration endeavours start looking for the right things, not just resources.

My opinions as someone who has studied science...

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posted on Feb, 9 2007 @ 09:46 AM
I think this is a wonderfully thought provoking post.

The electrical/chemical system residing within us completely blows my mind and leaves much to be discovered.

posted on Feb, 9 2007 @ 09:47 AM
You wanna see something interesting? Go look at the anatomy of a virus.

Hard to classify them as technically alive.


The potential diversity of life is endless. Limited only by conditions and resources, everything else can use constants depending on your location.

The possibilities of life are endless.

[edit on 9-2-2007 by seenitall]

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