reply to post by Vector J
Yeah, I know what you mean. When I was a kid I used to fill up a squirt gun with starch and go stalk ants to watch them, um, stiffen up. I am ashamed,
truly, today, and won't intentionally kill anything. Sorry about the bugs on the windshield.
Let me go out on a limb here and depart from my usual demeanor. There are a lot of questionable assumptions coming up, which I quite realize, so just
think of it as a thought-piece. I'm not claiming absolute knowledge of any of this.
I'm thinking the word "heaven" is a religious word used to describe a higher frequency dimension that is there for all of us when we 'move on' to
the next realm. I'm not talking God/Jesus/angels here at all; that's just a religious interpretation, but what if the 'next realm' were real?
Rather than an 'aliens from space' theory I tend to an 'interdimensional' theory to explain the observations and experiences many of us have
reported. I mean that UFOs and aliens don't play fair; they break the rules of physics, pop in and out of space, that sort of thing. I don't have an
iron clad theory for how this works except to say that String Theory may (just 'may') point in this direction. That's a pretty slim point to hang
all this on, and I also realize that, but this is just a talk. I'm not a zealot about it.
We're often told that at the next level science and religion merge so that you can't make any progress unless you make the transition. I'm on the
science side of this equation, but I still see the point. What if our Space Buddies have already figured this out and take advantage of it? Whitley
Strieber reports a strange incident where he 'saw dead relatives' in the company of the aliens. Maybe he's just an SF writer, but this view is
corraborated by a lot of observations and reports by others who themselves have no known agenda. The idea that the aliens see their physical bodies as
a container that can be shed is very common throughout the literature.
The thing is, if you follow this through, everyone gets what they want and believe. The Christians get their 'heaven.' The Muslims get their
version. The Indian religions get their reincarnation, and the Buddhists get their Oneness with the Universe. Further, science gets a General Systems
Theory out of the deal. They are all the same anyway, just local variations on the dialect of reality. It's true, the atheists will have to figure
out what to do with their souls once they discover they have them, but that's a pretty nice surprise, isn't it?
So to the question, 'do aliens go to heaven?' my answer is: "They've already been there and back and they've got the route memorized." That's
why 'Disclosure' may be much more about us as individuals than it is about governments, and also why I doubt there would be much panic. No soul gets
left behind. We're all going. And I'm quite convinced my dog will be in heaven waiting for me.