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Why are we terrified of the Grays?

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posted on Jul, 6 2008 @ 03:16 PM
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It never ends and as you americans say, all bets are off.

Bruce, you're 32 years old, and you've achieved nothing.
Jesus Christ was dead and alive again by 33. You better
get crackin'. I however must accept my age, and grow
my olives and tomatoes.

I've lost the lust for women, and now my mind is clear.
Never hate your enemies. It affects your judgment.

All right, just relax. Now, tell me; who sent you?




posted on Jul, 6 2008 @ 03:22 PM
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Originally posted by IronMan
Me no strange sister, I just took the blue and red pill, ground
them together and sloughed them down!
It just that folk here are looking for the answer that we've
all been asking for centuries.

Where am I going? is this all there is? and does Andrex
really get more off?
We're all in our own Ice Cream van, travelling through time.

The only difference is what we carry in our canteens.


I have no idea to any of these questions. Yes I ask them all the time (except the one about andrex, cant say Im that concerned about this issue)
Folk here are looking for answers..we just never seem to get any do we lol
Yet we still keep coming back hoping that today will be the day we finally log on and get our answer.



posted on Jul, 6 2008 @ 03:34 PM
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Originally posted by kshaund
I've heard abductees talk of the film over the eyes, that someone once was able to pull it off and revealed another eye (no visible pupil) - they (I believe) are needed on earth because of our lighting - and if anyone's noticed how the street lights everywhere are turning 'pinkish' it's because that's a better light - for them.

I don't believe they think I think they are drones manufactured to do bidding of masters and depending on what their bidding is determines what's happening in our world, because they are in control, not us...



I have not noticed street lamps going pink at all.
Orange yes but not pink , not near me anyway. I thought they could not survive our atmosphere which is why they jump between dimensions quick, so to walk down our streets would not make sense. Would we not see them, unless they are cloaked of course.

How are they in control though? Do you think there are groups in each government that tell them what to do? I know one was seen in the white house but I really do question that photo.
I wonder if one could tell our prime minister, Mr brown £1.20 for a litre of petrol is a bit much



posted on Jul, 6 2008 @ 03:37 PM
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It may seem at times that things can get out of hand
Vasili, but I can assure you, if the Grays come for us.

I'll keep one bottle for myself and one for you... friend.
If it comes to that, I'll do us both.



posted on Jul, 6 2008 @ 03:42 PM
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I very much doubt that Prime Minister Brown has ever
spoken to a 'visitor' never mind seen one.
I can only guess that if these Grays have taken the
British Government under their wing, then a meeting
would take place in a dusty civil-servant's office, with
dust motes floating in the sunlight through the window.

Filing cabinets, stuffed with out-of-date KGB information
and folders about what 'Charlie' is up to.
I can see it now.



posted on Jul, 6 2008 @ 03:52 PM
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Originally posted by IronMan
reply to post by Mr Green
 


I very much doubt that Prime Minister Brown has ever
spoken to a 'visitor' never mind seen one.
I can only guess that if these Grays have taken the
British Government under their wing, then a meeting
would take place in a dusty civil-servant's office, with
dust motes floating in the sunlight through the window.

Filing cabinets, stuffed with out-of-date KGB information
and folders about what 'Charlie' is up to.
I can see it now.


Oh you make him sound so in control and super modern, maybe he should hire a cleaner and sort out his dusty old cabinet out.
I dont think he'd even notice a grey at prime ministers question time if it sat next to him, they all look half asleep whenever their on the TV. Greys could run amok and no one would notice in there.
Best question time I ever saw was when those protestors threw purple paint at Tony Blair, great entertainment to watch live



posted on Jul, 6 2008 @ 03:55 PM
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The film over their eyes Pitilium, a 'plastic-like'
substance that reacts to ammonia. Some drone
crafts from Nevada have a similair skin over their
cameras, it's hardy to light and heat, although it
shows the surroundings as normal.
It's like Lone Watie's red rock candy... it's for
lookin' thru'.

Snort! it may not work very well on this site!
But I digress, Ms. Green... when you see the Grays
in your sleep, watch for head movements (looking
side to side). That's the sign.



posted on Jul, 6 2008 @ 04:00 PM
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You may be correct.
I think that most of the Wales phenomena is tied
to tectonic plate movement. Strange lights, plasma
balls wisking about the place and a strange feeling
among folk.
Remember, electrical fields alter brain-wave patterns,
so there maybe something to the 'feelings that somebody
was next to me'.

Just a thought... the Grays give off very little persona.



posted on Jul, 6 2008 @ 05:34 PM
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Originally posted by IronMan
reply to post by Mr Green
 


Remember, electrical fields alter brain-wave patterns,
so there maybe something to the 'feelings that somebody
was next to me'.

Just a thought... the Grays give off very little persona.


This is a good point actually, is this why we cant seem to actually remember them but sense them. They give off very little persona.
I knew something was there but just couldn't move to see it.



posted on Jul, 6 2008 @ 05:39 PM
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I hate using cliches such as Occam's Razor,
but sometimes the obvious, more mundane
reason IS the real reason.

Newt agrees... imagine my happiness (sarcasm)

But it would still be wise have a billy-can of p*ss
beside you... It guarentees that no one will bother
you.



posted on Jul, 7 2008 @ 04:37 AM
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Originally posted by IronMan
The film over their eyes Pitilium, a 'plastic-like'
substance that reacts to ammonia. Some drone
crafts from Nevada have a similair skin over their
cameras, it's hardy to light and heat, although it
shows the surroundings as normal.
It's like Lone Watie's red rock candy... it's for
lookin' thru'.



So there is actually a scientific reason for using ammonia, Im still not sure Id use this as a defence mechanism .
My dad keeps a jar to water his plants , maybe he should try feeding his tomatoes to the greys. Ive always thought this watering practise strange but now maybe not



posted on Jul, 8 2008 @ 06:15 PM
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Sorry for the delay... an infestation in Belarus 1982.
Sorted.
Yeah, it probably ties in with growing onions, leeks and
garlic. Folk still use urine from women in 'their time' for
empowering their leeks and even though ale is used on
pumpkins and the such, it's better if it's 'filtered' through
the body.

Even the derogatory English term "...are you takin' the p*ss!"
may have a root reason concerning beating aliens.

Dogs and other animals mark their territory with musk and
urine, a pungent smell that 'warns' others away.

All I know is that when these ambivelent critters who are
star people, who seem to know your very thoughts and with
a higher thought process want to RAM a corrugated hoover
pipe up where the sun doesn't shine, the romance is lost and
it's time that we can fight fire with fire... figuratively speaking.

Onwards to Casper, Wyoming.



posted on Jul, 8 2008 @ 09:45 PM
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Originally posted by IronMan
reply to post by Mr Green
 


Dogs and other animals mark their territory with musk and
urine, a pungent smell that 'warns' others away.


An interesting point you raise, but Big Al says dogs can't look up!

"The only thing that will redeem mankind is cooperation."
I think we can all appreciate the relevance of that now.

Bruce: Was that on a beer mat?

Vasili: Yeah, it was Guinness Extra Cold, have you still
got the child-locks on?

Just look at the face, it's vacant, with a hint of sadness.
Like a drunk who's lost a bet.



posted on Jul, 9 2008 @ 05:01 AM
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Originally posted by IronMan

Even the derogatory English term "...are you takin' the p*ss!"
may have a root reason concerning beating aliens.

Dogs and other animals mark their territory with musk and
urine, a pungent smell that 'warns' others away.

Onwards to Casper, Wyoming.


Mmm seems you have a point here, maybe the English actually invented alien hunting in this fashion. St George, take him he used to hunt dragons..or were they really dragons? Maybe they were reptiles, but the flags of him only show St George wielding a sword no pots of pee pee to be seen.
Does this technique work on reptiles or is it plainly greys? Reptiles will have thicker skins I imagine, prob need acid to get them .

Oh and yes Oh boy bordon, it is correct dogs can not look up ever Im afraid.




posted on Jul, 9 2008 @ 04:18 PM
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There is some literature that indicates that St. George
was a born-again christian, who originally 'dabbled' in
Wicca/old English dark times ceromonies.
The belief in the olde horned one, who passed over the
land at the height of the Winter Solstice, the use of
indigenous plants for healing and 'majic'.

One less-known practice was to 'wash' in ones own fluids.
Such behaviour was believed to improve skin complexion,
null body odour and of course, assisted in saving fresh, clean
water.
The dragon slaying story may well of been our red-crossed clad
hero fending off a Reptoid from poor villagers and using his
magical waters, subdued the alien and sending him off into
the bare Autumn woodland.

Of course, over the years the tale would be altered to spare
the niave and the straight-thinkers.

Anyway, who ever heard of a dragon that DIDN'T sound like
Sean Connery.



posted on Jul, 9 2008 @ 04:37 PM
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I never knew the 'dogs can't look up' theory was
actually true. I assumed that like tortoises and
polecats, they could turn their heads towards the
sky.

Again, dogs are part of our past and do cross the
path of alien/human history.

In the 12th Century, a story arose about how a man
who was travelling towards... I think it was Norfolk in
the UK, ... in a cart, was set on by four Grays that were
doing something with fens? (I'm still checking that out).

The Grays rushed the traveller and tried to abduct him.
The man's trusty canine bounded from the cart and
commenced to savage the visitors. In the book 'Yarns from
the Dykes' in 1846, the author Brian Glover went on to
show that the faithful dog ran off with the corrugated pipe
that the aliens use to... well, you know, and that the space
folk scampered after it, leaving the man to continue his trek.

It shows that these pesky ones have been harrasing us for a
long time Mr. Mulder.



posted on Jul, 9 2008 @ 04:47 PM
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Was he ably assisted by the lovely Debbie McGee?
NOW THAT'S MAJIK!

But seriously, the things that we fear the most have already
happened to us... It's alright, Bruce! It's just bolognaise!
We're all put to the test... but it never comes in the form
or at the point we would prefer, does it?

My oppinion, a good plan today is better than a perfect plan tomorrow.
Remember that time when we had no plans and so we tried to eat the
guy in the hot dog suit. That was more embarrassing than the time you
started cleaning your beans at Don Knotts' Christmas party.



posted on Jul, 9 2008 @ 04:49 PM
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Originally posted by IronMan

One less-known practice was to 'wash' in ones own fluids.
Such behaviour was believed to improve skin complexion,
null body odour and of course, assisted in saving fresh, clean
water.
The dragon slaying story may well of been our red-crossed clad
hero fending off a Reptoid from poor villagers and using his
magical waters, subdued the alien and sending him off into
the bare Autumn woodland.


Anyway, who ever heard of a dragon that DIDN'T sound like
Sean Connery.



Many a tale of old is based on fact, look at all the reptiles/snakes/dragons there are in old stores, quite a lot.

But Sean is Scottish.



posted on Jul, 9 2008 @ 05:00 PM
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'But Sean is Scottish'
Well! he kept that quiet! I guessed that he may have
been Spanish, possibly Ukranian. That's quite a blow
Ms. Green.

Connery is a coruption of the word coppery. a word
used in the old skill of mining tin. In Cornwall in the
12th century (about the time Henry II came to the throne),
Tinsmen used to fashion the ore that was mined nearby
into many articles for use all over the known world.

One little, and often forgotten fact, was that tin joined
with urine creates a negative charge and that Tin miners
often 'wee'd' on goblins that supposedly lurked in the Cornish
tunnels, so that when these creatures came in contact with
the unmined rock, they got a nasty jolt of electricity!

The saying of "he'll be abit coppery for a while" came from
this act.



posted on Jul, 9 2008 @ 05:06 PM
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Originally posted by IronMan
reply to post by Mr Green
 


'But Sean is Scottish'
Well! he kept that quiet! I guessed that he may have
been Spanish, possibly Ukranian. That's quite a blow
Ms. Green.


One little, and often forgotten fact, was that tin joined
with urine creates a negative charge and that Tin miners
often 'wee'd' on goblins that supposedly lurked in the Cornish
tunnels, so that when these creatures came in contact with
the unmined rock, they got a nasty jolt of electricity!

The saying of "he'll be abit coppery for a while" came from
this act.


Yes sorry to break it to you, he is indeed Scottish. Its fairly obviouse when he talks, even in the Hunt for Red October, he was fooling no one he was Russian.



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