posted on Aug, 9 2007 @ 05:40 PM
There are many Earth-Centered theories that can be cooked up to explain why "aliens" are interested in "us": for instance, we could be the
descendants of a powerful race of star makers, who pose a threat to the various "benevolent" aliens that are allegedly visiting our planet.
Or perhaps, we are a completely unique life form: the exception in the Universe. Extraterrestrial civilizations are extremely puzzled by how we
evolved, and are still trying to sort that out.
Maybe we're even an unwitting incubator. An advanced Trans-Galactic empire sent their child to "grow" on this planet and be protected by it,
because it's very noisy and scary to most other ET races. When their child has grown far enough, he will return and rule their race with great
wisdom. Interestingly, their beliefs are similar to ours, and what we have observed as "reincarnations" of "ascended masters" is really the same
extraterrestrial child "growing", as it were.
I think if an alien race knew we had a (functional?) stargate - and wanted it - they would also know a lot more about our planet. Since we're not
currently using this stargate ... or at least, aware of its existence, it may not be unreasonable to think that they would stroll in, pick it up and
leave; we'd be none the wiser. Our civilization would likely do the same thing. If you reason along the lines of a very selfish race, you would
do the same thing. A hypothetical benevolent race would probably consider our current knowledge and use of the star gate. If it was
unknown to us, and we showed no interest in it to begin with, they would likely take it because it would be useful to them, and never to us.
Theories abound, my friend.
It only depends on how far you wish to stretch the imagination. Yes... yours is an entertaining one.