posted on Jun, 9 2008 @ 09:14 PM
I believe that we can say with full certainty that there is a galactic counsel in existence, and that our fears of what lies out there are unfounded.
I am writing this thread as a witness to multiple UFO sightings, and as a person who sees the idea of aliens that could communicate with us as a
foregone conclusion. That said, I also believe that there are species and creatures that exist in parallel dimensions, as well as some Alien species
that may have such a different chemistry or make up that they are separate from all other "races" in the Galaxy. That it is possible that not all
species fall in this council.
So how can I say this with absolute certainty? Read on and I will present my case...
I don't know how many of you are familiar with the term "prime directive"? This term comes from the fictional universe that exists within Star
Trek. I am not a trekkie, but did read one of the books and have seen some of the movies. The term refers to the galactic rule of not interfering
with, or presenting ourselves to, planetary species that do not yet have the "warp drive" technology.
I believe that this was decided for multiple reasons, but the main one being the events that lead to such an invention would have to be the product of
a mature and scientific society that had reached conclusions regarding the overall promotion of peace and advancement..
The point is, and I will lay it out, is that I believe that there has to be a plan for us that comes from the other beings in this Galaxy. That
although some of these civilizations may not even register who or what we are, there are others who do.
So here are the four points, as I see them...
1) Multiple Alien species exist.
What does this prove? Well, we all know of Drakes equation, and using that, we can assume that there are thousands of planets where life evolved to
advanced societies. Assuming all sorts of issues, from sudden ELE's to war, are overcome, there would be dozens, if not hundreds of alien species
that conquered interstellar travel.
This would have resulted in multiple species exploring the universe at once. And this would require a governing body, for trade and conflict, etc.
We have multiple witnesses here on earth that relate events that have different aliens, and different types of ships. From the Greys to the
Reptilians, and then the shadow people and the others. If multiple aliens are combing through the universe, then it would mean....
2) We do not have a plan for contact, but they will.
Although there are probably a few government agencies that have preliminary contact protocol, I doubt that any major institution has a ground up plan
for dealing with initiation to Alien life. I don't think that there is the ability to prepare for such a varying possibility. I will say this
however, it is possible that we have already begun this process. But that only proves my point.
If multiple species are roaming the galaxy, then they have already established protocol for this very contingency. They have decided the best ways to
integrate said civilizations, as well as deciding the requirements for this contact. Other than the possibility of rogue species, and other
dimensional beings, then it makes no sense that there are many species, and they have not contacted each other. And that through that contact, they
have adopted a ruling body that regulates such things.
3) We may be a pawn in an intergalactic political battle. A Missouri compromise of sorts.
I will accept that some witnesses have seen what is believed to be conflict between varying races. Although I highly doubt this planet has anything
unique to it other than Man himself, I can see, based on our own society, that there may still be cause to interfere or abuse the greater abilities of
the advanced alien race. There are cons in every society, as well as murderers and such.
And just as we have separate parties in our own government, it is only natural to believe that there may be two sides to an issue involving our
adoption into the federation. Not to mention that there may be warring sides in the outer worlds.
4) They are not here to harvest us or our resources.
I think that it is safe to say that if all of our resources are around the universe, they don't need to strip mine us here on Earth. That is not to
say that our volcanos or thunderstorms may not be intergalactic gas stations, but not in the conquering sort of way. And I won't put it past some
members of the council, or other outside beings, to experiment on us. But lets face it. If we can almost do cloning, then don't you think that a
superior races could grab a dozen or so people and be done with us? Why go to all this trouble of enslaving us?
Anyway, that is it. I think that using this theory, one could go to bed at night knowing that "War of the Worlds" is just a movie. I know the thread
title is slightly misleading, but can you argue with it?
admin edit: Corrected title to more accurately reflect the content.
[edit on 10-6-2008 by jasonjnelson]
[edit on 6-10-2008 by Springer]