reply to post by brotherishtar
CommanderAleon, is...is that you?
Oh, how I've missed your innovative use of language, your decidedly unique talent of just getting the message out
without bothering yourself
with minor annoyances such as legitimate enquiries regarding the provenance of your claims and sidestepping any uncomfortable questions!
I do not have any problem with the theory of ET contact. In fact, I believe it has happened, and have stated as such. There are thousands of
levelheaded, honest people who have encountered the extraordinary. Often, they are reluctant to speak of it. In their testimonies there is no attempt
at falsity, and it comes across as such.
What I do
have a problem with is this type of mindless attempt at hoodwinking. And as soon as I read anything
about the Ashtar Command,
then my hackles shoot straight up.
With due respect for the T&C's, and to you for even contemplating this, brotherishtar
, and bearing in mind you are a "higher being", did it
not occur that others have endeavoured to trick us with this type of message before? They have, you know.
Did you do any
homework on previous efforts to inflict the Command's credo on us? Seriously, if you have, it certainly isn't coming across,
as you're doing exactly the same thing.
Back in reality: I really think the BS filters are backing up here on ATS. The OP's entire "communication" is without forethought, except for
publicity, devoid of originality, and badly, badly
written. Pick any decent sci-fi author and their work will come across as palusible and
believable, and they're making it up.
Is it too much to assume that a real communication from an alien could possibly include the following:
models of thought that stretch our ability to comprehend the realm we inhabit with truly breathtaking and unusual concepts
make predictions, not of far flung events, but of the next day variety in which they can have a deciding effect
offer technical specifications, of even the most mundane piece of equipment they possess, that indicates to the scientifically minded a feasible
advancement way and beyond our present knowledge
supply imagery of their homeworld on a format that we can study, only for us to find that the images they've given, no matter what
put them through, haven't
been produced on a computer?
All of the above will be declared fake by those who refuse to believe, but at least the arguements that ensue because of them will be informed and
lively. Rationality will always prevail over infantile story telling.
But no; what do we get instead of such potentially conclusive factors? The darn Ashtar Galactic Command and its repetitive message of space-brotherly
Every one of these threads reads the same, and IMO this is why: they're authored by someone who's googled "alien", gone on to find the Command's
website, read their mission statement forgetting in the meantime they were born with a rational brain, then begin to spout idioms and vernacular they
haven't quite grasped.
This is all we're getting brotherishtar, except for those who have already attuned their minds to a higher frequency.
However, it's a shame that this higher frequency is only broadcasting poorly realised creative writing.