reply to post by Keeper of the Garden
there doesn't seem to be a concensus on what the greys are, so i can't really answer that question and be at least marginally sure i'm on the right
track. all i can do is guess at it. my best guess would be that several tiered, for example:
if they are robotic, they may be acting as host bodies
if they are clones, they may be acting as host bodies
if they are organic, unique entities, they may be acting as host bodies
lol that's as far as i can get with it because i don't understand why the bulk of people's experience with them is as scientific experiments. that
reminds me alot of the references to enki being a geneticist and somewhat of a mad scientist.
have you watched the stargate film or the tv show? there's an episode in the tv show called "Fragile Balance" where Jack O'Neill is abducted by
Loki (one of the grey like Asgard), rendered unconscious and cloned. his clone is much younger than him and has his memories and his personality.
essentially, the entire Asgard race are clones in which their consciences are transferred into new bodies, repeatedly, for millenia, until they simply
can no longer clone new bodies. some kind of diminishing returns problem.
that's one potential answer.
I'm of the opinion that Loki and Enki are the same guy, and that he's been cloning and/or body snatching like the Goa'uld do in Stargate SG-1.
the tv show tries to depict the Asgard as different from the Goa'uld but I really don't think they are in their real life equivalents, and that's
where the problem comes in when attempting interpretation. if these are all the same beings, generationally layered, how does one determine motive of
any given event without first determining who's doing what? "why" seems to come way down the road from who and what.
i guess how that translates is, they seem somewhat evil to me, primarily because these things are done against the will of the people being abducted,
which means the idea of free will decision is not in the vocabulary.
you can see the episode "Fragile Balance". It's in 2 parts, and the links for both parts are by the video screen in the bottom left hand corner.
it's Divx video, so if you don't have Divx installed you won't be able to watch it: www.piggymoo.com...
[edit on 25-6-2008 by undo]