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An Advanced Alien Case Study: the Mind of a Repeat-Offender

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posted on Nov, 21 2007 @ 06:28 PM
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(this is a new chapter added to Alien Mind - a Primer, today, along
with a chapter about whether aliens sleep, and more in the how to
contend w. aliens sctn---at www.alienmindbook.org
Happy Thanksgiving!)


AN ADVANCED ALIEN CASE STUDY: THE MIND OF A REPEAT-OFFENDER

He's an old alien who oversees IFSP aliens and often comments on
their intervention here. Like the rest of his crew, he's cautious
about giving out his name. His comments, although usually framed
obliquely, always support the intervention, and he tends to coldly
rationalize its worst abuses. It's a coldness based upon a larger map
of history and daily reports about alien affairs, a coldness also
fixed by distance, given the millions of light years to his home
galaxy. He isn't a so-called "Verdant," the aliens described by
Phillip Krapf in books about an alien alignment visiting here.
Instead, he's from a group of aliens that both he and other aliens
say long pre-dates the Verdants.


(Mod edit -- please don't cut and paste whole chapters. ATS only allows you to quote a paragraph or two and then link to the other website.

[edit on 21-11-2007 by Byrd]




posted on Nov, 21 2007 @ 08:05 PM
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Ummmmmm...


An Advanced Alien Case Study: The Mind of a Repeat-Offender

He’s an old alien who oversees IFSP aliens and often comments on their intervention here. Like the rest of his crew, he’s cautious about giving out his name. His comments, although usually framed obliquely, always support the intervention, and he tends to coldly rationalize its worst abuses. It’s a coldness based upon a larger map of history and daily reports about alien affairs, a coldness also fixed by distance, given the millions of light years to his home galaxy. He isn’t a so-called “Verdant,” the aliens described by Phillip Krapf in books about an alien alignment visiting here. Instead, he’s from a group of aliens that both he and other aliens say long pre-dates the Verdants.


From Here


Alien Mind - a Primer begins where other books usually leave off.


From the same site.

Selling books, are we ?

Disappointed,
Lex



 
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