posted on Oct, 2 2010 @ 03:08 PM
Originally posted by PhyberDragon
reply to post by spacevisitor
If people struggle with the idea of whether aliens are real while the aliens are in fact visiting their planet, could not be assumed that people
struggled with whether a GOD or GOD's existed even as that GOD was visiting them?
The BIBLE certainly makes a case for this, how many times did the Lord (singular or plural I don't care which) have to appear to them and many still
skeptical walked away.
Hi PhyberDragon, here are some of my thoughts and views about that.
For both groups of people it is in a way the same problem or difficulty for a better word, the ongoing struggling to find out the undeniable right
answers to those questions I mean.
For instance, how come that one person is convinced that we are being visited by alien beings and the other is convinced we are not, or how come that
one person is convinced that there is a God and the other is convinced there is no God, despite they are able to look at the same information and/or
Could it be that that is because it depends on the level of awareness those people have?
So, could it be that one person has another level of awareness then the other?
And could it be that for some reason one person is "allowed" to have another [higher or lower] level of awareness then the other?
And then the most important question, who decides that then?
Would we ever to be able to answer all the questions with the undeniable right answers?
I don’t know, but I have nevertheless made up my mind about it all.