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Originally posted by SixthDream
LOL there anorexic aliens. If they were eating us we wouldn't hear about any abductions becuase the people would be dead LOL.
[edit on 17-5-2008 by SixthDream]
Originally posted by Mr Green
reply to post by GrOuNd_ZeRo
Lets hope I do get over this fear. Yes your probably right I have seen one but have had the memory errased. How does this conditioning work then? Do you look at a pic of them and desensatize your self or something? Has anyone knowingly been taken for good by one of these though? You know never returned. You may be able to get over the fear of actually looking at one but what about the fear of what they can do to you?
Originally posted by Anonymous ATS
I've never posted on this board before, but I happened to stumble upon this particular thread and found it interesting. I've always felt that there were more types of aliens than just the "Greys." For example, looking back on some ancient paintings they have representation of a lizard-like creature (I guess "reptilians" as you would say) and then there's the classic "Greys" interpretation of such which seems totally seperate.
Now, think about it this way. If the Greys were from some planet, we'll say Planet Grey, and lets say they had a similar civilization to that of our own planet, with a similar infrastructure and Illuminati-type organizations. If someone from our own planet were to go to Planet Grey first, who do you think it would be? The "evil and satanic" elite? So what if it was the same way there? If their own equivalent to the Illuminati were the first to make contact here, you would expect them to treat us as rats, or worse. Hell, our own Illuminati does that on a daily basis. There could very well be a sense of good and evil in all of those creatures. I see no point in fearing them because if they come for you, they come for you. I realize this doesn't make it any easier not to fear them, as it is very hard not to fear the unknown. However, I have read reports saying that some people who reported crop circles in their area saw strange lights being chased off by fighter jets (I wish I had a link, I will work on finding it). So what if these "good" aliens were trying to reach us but the "evil" (or Illuminati-connected) aliens were preventing this?
How do you all feel about the Arecibo telescope message? Or the crop circle that included the face picture (which lacked the cold dark eyes of the typical Greys image) and binary code warning us against "Broken promises" and whatnot? Maybe those have been proven a hoax, I don't know, I guess I have a lot more research to do. I do think there are good "space brothers" out there, but maybe they just haven't figured out how to connect with us just yet. A lot of the crop circles make me feel strange, and seem much too detailed and geometric to be a hoax... yet, I have no idea what they mean. They seem familiar when you look at them though, like we should understand but don't.
Originally posted by Dinorage
reply to post by prevenge
Very interesting dream, prevenge... It reminds me of one I had just a few months ago. Except it wasn't really a Grey in the dream, it was an unseen "being."
I have problems with a lot of nightmares, it's something I deal with. But I was pulled out of a nightmare by this being. He told me that I needed to learn more control over my subconscious mind, and that once I did, the nightmares would stop. He sat me down in front of this ... it looked kind of like a pond of water, mirrored, only it was vertical. He said, picture something, and it will appear, you have control over what it is. So I would think of random things, and they would appear in the "pond." I was telling him "This is pretty neat, but why does everything look like a cartoon?" He told me that once I got better at it, they would look more 3-D. I wanted to practice more, but my time was up. Then I woke up. I didn't have a nightmare for a few weeks after that.