posted on Apr, 2 2009 @ 09:58 AM
Originally posted by SaviorComplex
Originally posted by kshaund
So I could presume the naysayers have done all the research and came up with a different scenario? Would love to hear it...
I can think of a few...
Intimate Guide to Human Origins
The Human Story: Our History
From the Stone Age to Today
But I am one of those crazy people that looks to science, research and evidence rather than a poor science-fiction story with no corraboration.
I do find your presumption of arrogance cute. Have you done all the research?
Cute? Why thanks
Have I done all the research? It begs the question of how much is "all". No, I haven't done all the research, what I have done is read upwards of a
thousand non-fiction books, I have gone through and referenced many books by people like Whitley Strieber, Sitchin, Budd Hopkins (all of whom I've
met plus many others) so that I have a stack of papers about 20 inches high of just referenced quotes and research I did from and about other
researchers... As an aside I found by doing this that most ex-military people speaking out had experienced abductions (mind control?) and
coincidentally most abductions happened very near a military base in the US. I also researched more in depth into the abduction phenomena (which I
called Grey Date Rape) in my synopsis.
I then took a lot of these quotes and references and compared them. I also spent time (two years) in Arizona and did several field trips to the
Canyonlands and Chaco Canyon, etc. and saw evidence of aliens (eg massive carvings in the rocks where mainstream tourists will never see). I do have
some photos of them. I have previewed every interview possible from anyone deep into the research or a possible whistle blower. I have scoured all
religions (actually that was my first step when I was 16), I'm now in my 50's, for their truths and commonalities and it always comes down to EA,
And yes, I've even read books like you referenced above, science books. You can look at our history on any level and get answers - the challenge is
to go "beyond" and get the real answers. Problem is most people aren't open-minded enough to look further for many reasons...
Does that answer your question? It doesn't make me "right", it makes me "informed" at worst. Is the Terra Papers exactly accurate? Mostly likely
not - but the real question is not its total accuracy, but does it accurately depict a likely scenario for us humans? And to that I say, Yes, I
believe it does...