posted on Jul, 15 2008 @ 05:22 PM
In many accounts of witnesses claiming visitation by forms of alien life, one of the most consistently underscored aspects of their experiences is the
overwhelming smell of the creatures themselves and the spaces with which they are associated.
Whitley Streiber describes this smell as that of "cheese and cinnamon" in his personal accounts, and has also referred to the smell of burning
cardboard more than once. His impression of their spaces was that they weren't "clean" in the conventional sense, based almost entirely on his
recollection of the powerful odor he encountered.
Sulfur is as pungeant an aroma as can be imagined, and the appearance of "demons" accompanied by the smell of sulfuric brimstone in religious lore
may very well correlate with the modern visitor experience. Some say the two categories of encounter are one and the same.
There is much evidence
on Earth to suggest that life
can thrive on Sulfur, although no sulfur-based life has ever been observed. Biologists
that life can indeed consist of building blocks other than the familiar
carbon, such as silicon, as well as the newly considered sulfur-based
life now at
Based on the evidence put forth by those claiming 4th degree encounters, as well as their similarity with "demon" appearances in centuries past, is
there a strong enough correlation to support the probability that Streiber's Greys (who have perhaps been visiting our world for the entire breadth
of recorded history) are sulfur-based lifeforms?