reply to post by LastStandingMan
Clifford is a spiritual man, he believes in the Bible from what I can read, AND I see what you're trying to convey deceivingly
All belief should be respected...but my belief is this...for you Mr. Stone:
My father believes in Christianity, he is a Catholic, and I know his points of view and respect them, he also respects mine...he talks about faith and
creation and I tell him from my opinion that "evolution" is just as incredible, I don't believe in a creator, I believe that the forces and
mechanisms of nature and the complexity of life and vastness of space have a staggering characteristic that shouldn't be attributed to the
"supernatural" but to the same complex system, marvelous occurrence that in its nature is so beyond our individual perspective of "such a short
time in this planet" and part of billions of years yet beyond our complete understanding, I believe that there are many religions that have been born
from the minds of our ancestors trying to explain this incredible phenomena, I believe that the Bible is a great book with a great humanitarian
philosophy based on the figure of Christ and that it serves as a "force" to millions of people who know about "faith", but it is a religion just
as many others and thus not the absolute truth.
I don't believe in the Bible, nor in God, I don't believe in Christ (but in the philosophy attributed to that character), I know the general
philosophy of Christinanity and Catholicism is one of brotherhood, union and altruism and that many other people lack those characteristics, even
those who call themselves Christians.I also know that christianity does not allow for the people to see beyond, and that they attribute almost
everything to the will of God, when it shouldn't be that way, rather we should try and change those things that in the first place cause the problems
of this world, all the poverty, illnesses, inequalities, flaws in our system, everything is the result of the reality we collectivly create for
ourselves, not in metaphysical terms, but in real terms. I care for others and I can see the unfairness of this world and I know why things are the
way they are...and I know that everyone should be born to the same rights and freedom. I know we all come from a common ancestor and share genetic
material, thus we are, in a sense, part of each other, I know the world could be a completely different place...I believe in freedom and the power of
humanity I believe in respect and empathy and understanding the feelings of others, I believe we are all the result of circumstances...I believe there
are many things I don't know
Now, I believe the Bible and ETs shouldn't be associated...and I would like to know in what do they believe...or what do they know that we
don't...you once said in the Disclosure Project P.C. that science didn't know why all Ets were humanoid, have you asked them this question, have
they told you (I believe there is a scientific explanation) I made a previous post on this...
now I apologize if i've made some rude posts based on incredulity, let me tell you I cannot know that you are Clifford Stone, nor that what Clifford
said at the Disclosure Project P.C. was true, but I believed in his words. I've seen UFOS myself ...some sort of small spheres of light, about ten
all heading the same direction, suddenly three merged and disappeared!! and as we drove towards the city lights they were no longer visible. That was
in Mexico about 5 years ago.
But what do Ets know Mr. Stone that we don't? could you tell us more about them.