posted on Aug, 25 2008 @ 08:42 PM
The Mingloucho Chronicles are fiction perhaps but does that matter really? In this fast paced age of iPhones, GPS and Segways perhaps we just all
need to sit back and realize our history is not all we have been told and maybe that doesn't matter. All of our modern technology has clouded our
vision, when was the last time we sat back and smelled the blossoming flowers? Or the grass? Or enjoyed the view of the sun as it gently warmed our
beautiful planet and brought life to young seeds and animals? The Mingloucho Chronicles speaks to something deep within the human psyche, it speaks to
our eternal desire to understand and feel complete. For many people religion provides this solution but for others, it does not offer anything.
For these people, tales like the Mingloucho Chronicles are an eloquent way to give "order" and "meaning" to our increasingly complex and worrisome
life. Some people pray and others meditate but a few read these Chronicles and find hope. They read stories of heroism and love in the "178
Obstacles", they find courage in the story of the brave Greys fighting the nefarious Reptilians, they feel like they are "privileged" to know the
hidden knowledge of the Mingloucho Chronicles. It makes them feel special to understand that they are some of the few humans to read this story, even
if it is completely fictional. They look to the skies and see lights, whilst these lights are easily explained as aircraft and flares people want them
to be something else. They can look up and imagine these aircraft as the majestic Grey "Seed Craft" and the menacing "Bringers of Darkness" of the
Reptilian war fleets, bent on world domination. People who are abducted speak of "insect" type aliens, in the Mingloucho Chroincles these beings
are the Min-kah-bu-ar, silly and comical sidekicks to the serious Greys. The Greys and Min-kah-bu-ar are clever representations of two sides of the
human pysche: the serious scientific side and the carefree dreams of youth and warm summer nights (remember the sound of the crickets chirping?).
The Mingloucho Chronicles represent an early 21st century attempt to give meaning to this globalized and technologized world. It is an amazing tale of
intergalactic spirituality and even gives meaning to our evolution. Not everyone is merely content with accepting the "scientific" understanding of
life, even if they believe the evidence. People want to believe that some kind of holy or spiritual motive for life. The Mingloucho Chronicles give
people this hope and it doesn't present it in the condescending form of a burning bush or night journey but in the form of modern science and desires
for extraterrestrial contact. We are not simply advanced apes with language and culture but we are the special creations of the mighty Alien! We have
been engineered to meet destiny! Our ancient monuments hold the keys to these advanced energies and secret histories! These are the things people want
In the end the Mingloucho Chronicles are the key to understanding modern man, circa 2008. They represent the totality of our experience and
understanding up to this point, even for skeptics they hold much meaning. Take it or leave it, the Mingloucho Chroincles are here to stay and are
changing the lives of millions of people worldwide. Much good can be gleamed from the text of this story.
Thank you and good night.
[edit on 25-8-2008 by fishspeaker]