posted on Apr, 6 2008 @ 08:51 PM
I'm glad we got one of you guys on here, I don't believe that what you believe is right, but I'm will to discus it in a civil manner so we
can both understand each other better.
Good haha that's all any intelligent person can hope for. For these questions, now:
These extra-terrestrial creators were in turn created by another civilization; no divine creation, no evolution. The only 'evolution' evident on
Earth is that of the creator's technology and their ability to create increasingly more complex lifeforms. These extra-terrestrials do not want us to
worship them; they don't want us sitting in stone buildings monotonously spewing out phrases like we're dumb and fascinated by 'miracles'. They
-do- hope for us to love them and at the very least respect them even as our equals.
For your other two questions, jimmyjackblack, I cannot honestly give you a solid answer. Rael states that the Elohim created humans on two other
planets than Earth, so it may be possible they are on our world abducting and mutilating. However it is of my opinion this is not the case. Rael has
said that other intergalactic civilizations are always peaceful: when you discover the energy to travel to other worlds, you discover energy to blow
yourselves up; if you're a violent society then you're gonna end up choosing the latter first.
As for what happens upon Elohim-arrival...there will of course be people who join and welcome the Creators and there will be those who say it is the
devil. Concerning the treatment of the latter, I don't know. I definitely don't imagine a sort of 'hell' though.
And yes, there is no soul, no god, no magical plane of heaven or hell. Spirituality, though, of course exists. I suppose it depends on your
definition, but it at least is a sense of belonging, connecting with the world around you; it is love; some may say it's a sense of purpose, and I'd
be hard-pressed to disagree