posted on Dec, 19 2007 @ 11:06 AM
Originally posted by dave420
No. Proof. They. Even. Exist. Further. Discussion. Pointless.
...And then he goes on to talk for another paragraph. I love it!
Originally posted by RunetangGreys just need a body to move about with.. hmm .. this is a good idea. This would mean they are like
spirits, and need a body, and can go into and out of bodies at will, unlike us. hmmm..
Actually, this is the more common part of my theory (at least I've heard it in a few places). The part I conceived of is that the little bodies they
have are mutated, accelerated human fetuses.
Originally posted by Elhardt
Chicken and the egg problem.
This is a very valid point. My only explanation for this would be that they started this program using a system of remote telekinesis, which probably
takes more energy. If you consider the folklore surrounding incubus/succubus mythology, you'll see where I'm going with this. I'm not particularly
of the camp that considers all UFO/Alien encounters to be paranormal or "demonic" in nature, so I really don't like my theory. At the same time,
clues from different schools of thought all across the board have sort of dropped into place to add up to this conclusion.
But Elhardt, it might help to think of them like the aliens from the Alien
movies. They don't have a physical form of their own, so they
create them. Their reasons for coming here and doing so remain unclear, unless you belong to the camp I was referring to. I'll elaborate a little but
I really did want to save some of this for it's own thread and this has grown away from the OP.
I believe the Bible contains truths. Everyone does to some extent. I'm not interested in "faith-based" conclusions but I'll consider any scripture
as having a possible basis in reality. There is a parable in the Bible that says that after the 'flood', god banished the fallen angels (the ones
who saw that the daughters of men were attractive and got busy etc.) to the earthly realm and somehow made it impossible for them to "materialize".
Perhaps they found a way around this. Sort of?
I'm not saying if this is true then we all have to start going to church, I'm just suggesting that this kind of fits into the notion of the