The history could somewhat similar. I believe the book of enoch depicts the flood and destruction that happened and that it is correlated to two
differing groups agenda for the planet. Greys too me, are nonsexual, ie. clones, but not without emotion, rather they are less agressive and far more
subtle in their feelings and more rational perhaps due to their nonsexual natures.
The problem is there are so many conflicting ideas regarding the motives of ets. I've just been reading another old thread that really drives home
the completely different motives. And now I'm torn between two different ones. This thread here:
Earthsister makes some very intereting points, that more coincide with most people's experiences, and even a sense of past life connection. What I
disagree with in this is her stance that there is one federation, and its good, and that there are no ets or hybrids on earth. I don't believe
either of these concepts. Then gl2, who gives a compelling account. I've read his Alien Minds and it something you have to read several times to
But again, I'm left with many questions from this including the historical imprint of ets, especially with the natives, the Hopis, their myths, the
Okanagan natives whose legend is that they were the tall blondes on an island/continent in the pacific which a different name to, but is definately
Lemuria, which has its connection to the tall blondes from Mars. They are called the white natives. They've interbred well over the years.
Then, a similar message that brings historical activity and native myths together, Miriam Delicado. Her interview with project camelot is very good,
her book: Bluestar fulfilling prophecy, excellent. She has her own website and discussion place.
I do see interesting history in your writing. But I'm not convinced in any way the Nibiru is real. In fact, the NEAT comet that came in 2003 on a
37,000 year cycle, was apparently very large and we are miraculously here, in my opinion. This could have been the time of Mars being destroyed and
one of the great deluges on earth, when Lemuria was destroyed. I've always been trying to pinpoint that date. Richard Hoagland said something about
around 36,000 years in a Project Camelot interview. I've read accounts that put it all around 11,000 years. Boriska, the boy in Russia, speaks of
so much larger dates than these. But that comet is close to one of them. But I don't really believe in Nibiru.
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