posted on Sep, 5 2008 @ 06:53 AM
reply to post by euclid
I never said that you believed in aliens. I wasn't pointing out flaws in what you BELIEVE, just flaws in your logic - regardless of whether or not
you believe in them, are playing devils advocate, or just going along with the supposition that they are real in order to debate the OP and likeminded
posters. I'm not really concerned with whether or not you believe in them.
Further, the question of their existence is very much in the context of this thread. Perhaps not the direct context, but the overall context. Even if
the OP wishes to make the claim that ET's love us, it's a moot point to argue whether they do or not considering the question of their existence
hasn't even been proven. It's like two men arguing over what color the invisible coat is.
As far as flawed musing go, I believe you only pointed out one you suspected of which, that I detailed above. Your comment:
If the people who channel the new age BS are truly channeling the aliens, like they say they are, then the aliens are proffering their message through
them as I stated.
... is a bit unnecessary. There is nothing tautologically wrong with the statement that: "When the Aliens are channeling to new-age mystics, then
they are conveying their own message to them". I simply fail to understand how you see the merit is combating baseless supposition with baseless
As for their Nocturnal visitation. Yes, brilliant. Thank you for pointing out that Night Operations take place in the Dark. I simply fail to see the
relevance if we're talking about comparing a supposedly alien phenomena with a military operation. Would you classify every nocturnal animal as
behaving in a militaristic fashion? Do lions stalk their prey in a militaristic fashion? Does that mean that tarsiers expand and explore their
environments in a militaristic fashion? Do biologists in the field at night operate in a militaristic fashion?
I guess I'm mainly just critiquing your choice of words at this point, as saying that they operate in a militaristic fashion is strongly suggestive
of their intentions being militaristic in nature - of which cannot be substantiated.