reply to post by watchZEITGEISTnow
Hi. Glad we can have a civil conversation about this. I am absolutely not trying to convince you that I am right and you are wrong. I just wanted
to state what I believe as food for thought.
I am not sure if you understand my point. I am not opposed anymore to the idea of extra-terrestrials visiting earth. I was always open to ancient
astronauts, but I recently met someone who supplied me with enough good
information that my skeptic mind was able to say "okay" to the idea
of extra-terrestrial contact here and now.
Out of all the contactees, the only one who has supposedly received information that panned out was that Billy Meier guy. I'm still researching him
because I think the saucers look cheesy, but...
My point(s) with Alex Collier is that a) none of his predictions panned out, b) the great wisdom they gave him isn't anything I haven't heard from
Oprah, c) it's all Star Trek-y, and d) if these entities are his friends then they are the worst friends in the universe for putting him into a
position like this. If that is how they are "friends" with people then who needs enemies?
What if you met someone on some dating site and you made plans to spend a weekend together...say you got all gussied up, spent money on a roundtrip
plane ticket, got on the plane, flew to this person's town and they didn't pick you up? Say you were so excited that you told all of your friends
and family about it...how would you feel if that person didn't show up?
You'd feel pretty bad about it. You'd feel lied to even if they said they had a "good" reason like they were sick because you went to a lot of
trouble (time and money) AND because you were humiliated in front of family and friends who probably thought you were stupid to fly across country to
meet someone you'd never met.
This is pretty much how I see "them".
They gave a dude who is not in any position financially or otherwise to get a message like this out, instructions to write and publish a book ($$), to
finance a lecture series, etc. They tell this funny looking dweeby guy that he's their "special" messenger (that's a mindfeck there) and get him
to put his reputation on the line with prophesies that don't come true. They could have given him something from their ship to take back, they could
have given him DNA, something anything. They chose not to.
Seriously, how "friendly" is this?
Yet, they are excused because they talk about love? Pimps talk about love. Abusive spouses usually talked about love first, too. Love is a ploy to
get people to trust you without your having to do a single thing to deserve their affection.
You cannot have love and "truth" without honor and trust.
In the ancient mythos most of the truly awful, petulant deities were anthropomorphic. Zeus, Ares, Vishnu (blue, btw), Dis...why is it that just
because something looks like us and promises to love us that they are "good"? Isn't that racist?
This whole "blame the reptilians" is another way of saying: the devil made me do it. That way we don't have to blame ourselves for death camps,
rape, poverty, etc. We can be like the Germans who claimed they "didn't know".
If they want us to take ownership of our planet then they need to let us point the finger at ourselves and not at the reptilians. Even if the
reptilians do exist and are a part of this...people choose to look the other way, people choose to participate. We're not inherently noble, guys.
Nobility is a choice. It is choosing honor over dishoner. It is living by your words, making promises and keeping them, standing up for your friends
even at great inconvenience to you. If you say you're clearing the planet of hostile ETs by 2003, you should have done it by 2003 or else you are a
liar and we don't have to listen to you.
That's how I feel. I'm not opposed to ETS, just ones that lie.
[edit on 27-11-2008 by Rintendo]