if i may add my .02 pennies.
its not a question of becoming non-believers,
i think it more psychological than that.
consciously, we're still waiting for the day a craft lands in front of the white house and the faithful word of "we come in peace" takes place.
or to the conspiracy theorists and self-proclaimed debunkers, they are hoping the day the black government or overt government botch some internal
case and accidentally reveals some information that forces them to total disclosure.
and some are just hoping to be abducted.
unconsciously though, there are a lot series of events that plagues our minds and almost forces us to lose hope.
some examples, in 2 or 3 recent threads, here
it makes us wonder why they havent contacted the "masses" and revealed themselves. if after we landed on the moon, such a paramount achievement at
the time it took place for us, and all the unknown crafts did was simply "observe" and watched the astronauts...
if we see today images of crafts simply orbiting our near by planets and going about their business, if they are freely entering our airspace and
if they can decisively appear and disappear in space and systematically has managed to keep themselves so illusive despite this world being inhabited
by 6 billion people [12 billion seeing eyes] and we are still skeptics and approaching 2008;
these questions and facts in turn makes us, unconsciously feel insignificant. and as a result, instead of being cautious, we are in "awe" of these
phenomenal beings or just deny them completely to boost our esteem. and believers almost worship them as our subconscious has convinced us they are
far more evolved and a superior race than us. if they werent, why would they not be as fascinated in us as we them. they certainly have the
capabilities to get all the answers they would want from us; but they are not doing that. they are ignoring us and going about their business. i think
in the near future, we will refrain from saying "our solar system" as we will soon realize its in fact not our solar system at all... we are mere
ants and pests and are expendable if the time would come.
an NO, we have no defense over them if the time would ever arise for us to defend ourselves. imagine if our technologies have advanced tot he point of
nukes or death ray weapons, imagine theirs.
and yes they pose no more a threat to us than we do ourselves.
if so, why would they wait for us to evolve so far to finally "attack us" ; which again solidifies my point of us being insignificant to them and
how thats affected us unconsciously.
truthfully, i feel pathetic and insignificant; how lowly are we that these beings feel no need to actually say, "hi we are neighbors".
they just watch us destroy our planet and each other ever slowly. and no, they dont "provide us with technology".how stupid would we be to accept
"cell phone" technology when we can find out how to build crafts that can orbit the sun or crafts that can maneuver easily in air space as they can
in outer space. so we accept from them weapons technology instead of decoding our own DNA or knowing the factual amount of species that exist on
earth.. if thats the case, and we accept "weapons tech" from them as oppose to cures for known diseases, then we are indeed insignificant to them,
and we are just puppets; and for that they dont have to reveal themselves to us and make us "believers".
and the list of examples go on and on. this very web site is further proof how much they could care less if we know they exist or dont, they dont care
how faithful you are, they are not your saviors, they are not going to cure us of global warming, if they were why would they wait for the tipping
point. even when we are on the brink of extension, they will still simply "hover" above us.
sad but true. so we lose hope
[edit on 8-9-2007 by omi_kron_gravitron]