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posted on Feb, 23 2009 @ 04:57 AM
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I don't know what's funnier, the fact that Ironman posted up a ridiculous joke segment of a Ghostbuster movie (that wasn't that funny to me) or that you guys are treating it as legit.

Come on ATS...pull your pants back up!
Ironman...shame on you.


Anyway on topic, I think there are many people that have had conversations with other beings and most, if not almost all, don't even know it.

Even if they think they are dreaming of a chat with a relative, or receive a phone call from one.

- Lee




posted on Feb, 23 2009 @ 05:04 AM
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ah.. should i be feeling embarrassed for not knowing enough geek fan info

.......or greatful

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posted on Feb, 23 2009 @ 12:57 PM
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Originally posted by lee anoma
reply to Come on ATS...pull your pants back up!
Ironman...shame on you.




No way, you mean his sister didnt have a drink with an alien. She doesnt wear cheap shoes and Ironman doesnt know all those other characters (Ripley and whot not)

Ghostbusters you say...really. Next thing you'll be saying is he isnt a real alien hunter.....with a real time machine....

Conversations with aliens. I believe its all mainly done astrally, very few occassions is it able to be done face to face. They find our dimension too "loud", their souls vibrate at another level and so find it uncomfertable to be in our dimension. Bit like us trying to have a quite relaxing hour say reading or meditating in the middle of a class of 4 years olds at playtime. We would find it almost impossible. They too find it hard to concentrate I think in our 3rd dimension. So to speak to us they meet us half way between the dimensions (astrally).



posted on Feb, 23 2009 @ 10:10 PM
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Originally posted by BorgHoffen
I think that anyone who really spoke directly to an Alien.
Wouldn't bother telling anyone.
Because A.No one would believe them and B.They would be so happy and enlightened they wouldn't care about proving it.


Hit the nail on the head... Thank you!



posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 03:22 AM
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Originally posted by Flux8

Originally posted by BorgHoffen
I think that anyone who really spoke directly to an Alien.
Wouldn't bother telling anyone.
Because A.No one would believe them and B.They would be so happy and enlightened they wouldn't care about proving it.


Hit the nail on the head... Thank you!


Not true. The whole point of an alien talking to you is so you can tell others. Whats the point of one person in millions becoming enlightened from an alien then just going away in a haze of enlightenment...no point at all.


Plus enlightenment is not found from aliens, its found within. Speaking to aliens just opens up people to the possibilty of progress, a wider consciousness and enlightenment. The chat with the alien (if its got good intentions) is just a trigger, nothing more.




[edit on 24-2-2009 by Mr Green]



posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 01:08 PM
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Originally posted by Mr Green


Not true. The whole point of an alien talking to you is so you can tell others.


And why is that? Maybe it was just a friendly chit-chat over a latte on a lazy Sunday afternoon. Maybe you stumbled in on a casual conversation and they were nice enough people to include you for a bit. Given the context, there are many scenarios in which communication with other intelligences doesn't necessarily equal telling others.




Whats the point of one person in millions becoming enlightened from an alien then just going away in a haze of enlightenment...no point at all.



You assume there is a point. Again, casual friendly conversations usually have little meaning to those around you. Generally, the minutia of our lives don't interest others outside our own small social circles.

And on that note, trying to keep in context of what you wrote, enlightenment is a personal thing. What triggers enlightenment in one person might be something different for someone else. It's based on our own personal journeys. That's why it almost makes no sense trying to convince others of your experiences. It was yours, for you. If you want to share it, fine, but be prepared for the wrath of others trying to impress their version of consentual reality on you in whatever brutal way they can.



posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 01:20 PM
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Originally posted by Flux8

And why is that? Maybe it was just a friendly chit-chat over a latte on a lazy Sunday afternoon. Maybe you stumbled in on a casual conversation and they were nice enough people to include you for a bit. Given the context, there are many scenarios in which communication with other intelligences doesn't necessarily equal telling others.




A friendly chit-chat with an alien over a latte on a sunday aft. Now thats a conversation Id love to have.



posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 03:47 PM
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Erm... (cough) I'm er, sorry about the interview thing.
It was a moment of weakness, living here in the Ice
Cream van, well it's like a Groundhog day... but the
kids love us.

So on with the topic of conversations with Aliens.
I presume the Grays have no vocal chords and all
their communications are via telepathy.

I do try to determine the Alien agenda as a scientist,
but as Ripley once said "You know, you don't act like a
scientist".
I agreed, they're usually pretty stiff.
Ripley snorted and sneared "You're more like a game show
host".
Could it be that the Grays can only communicate with certain
types of human? The more sensitive of us are maybe more
vunerable.
If I was on a table awaiting the probe, looking at the 3 wavy lines
on the ceiling,I'd be terrified beyond the capacity for rational thought.

Recently, a fellow ATSer asked me if I took this subject seriously!
The ATSer said "I'm going to ask you a couple of standard questions,
okay? Have you or any of your family been diagnosed schizophrenic
Mentally incompetant?
I retorted "My uncle thought he was Saint Jerome".

The ATSer responded "I'd call that a big yes".

He continued "are you habitually using drugs? Stimulants? Alcohol?
I was angry and typed back NO!
Calmly, the message read "No, no. Just asking. Are you, IronMan,
menstruating right now?"
I looked around at my band of Alien hunters and typed "What's has
that got to do with it?
The last words tumbled onto my laptop... Back off, man. I'm a
scientist.
It makes you think nuh?


[edit on 24-2-2009 by IronMan]



posted on Feb, 24 2009 @ 05:14 PM
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Originally posted by IronMan

So on with the topic of conversations with Aliens.
I presume the Grays have no vocal chords and all
their communications are via telepathy.

I do try to determine the Alien agenda as a scientist,
but as Ripley once said "You know, you don't act like a
scientist".
I agreed, they're usually pretty stiff.

He continued "are you habitually using drugs? Stimulants? Alcohol?
I was angry and typed back NO!
Calmly, the message read "No, no. Just asking. Are you, IronMan,
menstruating right now?"
I looked around at my band of Alien hunters and typed "What's has
that got to do with it?
The last words tumbled onto my laptop... Back off, man. I'm a
scientist.
It makes you think nuh?




[edit on 24-2-2009 by IronMan]


hey whats all this anti scientist stuff.
Thanks not sure how to take it. My CV says Im one but really Im not sure most days. What have I discovered..not much. Will I discover much..prob not.

Have Greys got vocal chords..good point prob not. Maybe I could work on that for them and it could be my next big discovery...erm make that my first big discovery



posted on Feb, 25 2009 @ 03:17 PM
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(This is Newt, the others are asleep right now, so shhhh!)

Don't get me wrong, I don't have a problem with
scientists, they do a great job making toothpastes
and the such. It's just that their sense of morality
may be... well, a little 'iffy'

I've seen the movie Terminator II and what Sarah
Connor says about Oppenheimer is correct, they can
be dangerous.
My Science teacher, who's name was also Sarah, she
and I talked for hours about the positives and negatives
of science on society.
Many times I was late for tea, because of our time together.

It's the white coats (shiver), and Sarah's pony-tail...
(They're waking up, gotta go...)



posted on Feb, 25 2009 @ 05:35 PM
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Originally posted by IronMan
reply to post by Mr Green
 

(This is Newt, the others are asleep right now, so shhhh!)

Don't get me wrong, I don't have a problem with
scientists, they do a great job making toothpastes
and the such.

I've seen the movie Terminator II and what Sarah
Connor says about Oppenheimer is correct, they can
be dangerous.


Mmm well not sure about toothpaste, dont make that myself but I can see its uses.

Terminator II is that the one with the liquid nitrogen, the "bad" terminator gets thrown into a vat of liquid nitrogen and becomes lots of bits of brittle metal. I have two lovely big vats of that at work, always reminds me of the terminator when i see it bubbling away.

Not sure about conversations with Oppenheimer, his theories are a little above me to say the least. Which brings me back to the topic of conversations with aliens......why is no one ever told of great technological advances when they chat to aliens??? Why is it mostly doom and gloom and the taking of body parts. Yes you may think youve had a lovely chat with an alien, but theyve most probably wiped from your memory the previous 10 mins where body parts were taken. Not saying all aliens do this, because they dont but it happens.

Newt? Are you from a film also? How fortunate you have all met up. Amazing stroke of luck Id say. You spoke to aliens didnt you Im sure you did.

MG

Sorry OP I am trying to stay on topic here !



posted on Feb, 25 2009 @ 06:07 PM
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Sorry for the delay, they've gone out and left me (I can't believe
they left me!) cleaning the weapons. Ramius built them, but I'm
not sure what they do.
Bruce's tank really smells bad now.
I once... oh lordy, this is a first, yes I once 'spoke' to an alien.

I was 12 going on 13 the first time I saw a Gray. It happened in the summer of 1997- a long time ago, but only if you measure in terms of years. I was living in a small town in Kansas called Hicksville; there were only twelve hundred and eighty-one people, but to me it was the whole world.
The evening was starry and I was making my way home from a pie-
eating competition.

It was the last fair of the year and 'Lard-ass' Higgins won the competition.
But first he created something beautiful. As we scoffed the pies down, he
imagined he was eating cow-plops.
The next thing he barfed over the tressled table, but what came next was
worse.
He also chucked onto some of the contestants, they was covered with
five pies worth of used blueberries.
The women in the audience screamed. Bossman Bob Cormier took
one look at Bill Travis and barfed on Principal Wiggins, who barfed
on the lumberjack that was sitting next to him. Mayor Grundy barfed
on his wife's tits. But when the smell hit the crowd, that's when Lardass'
plan really started to work. Girlfriends barfed on boyfriends. Kids barfed
on their parents. A fat lady barfed in her purse. The Donnelley twins
barfed on each other, and the Women's Auxiliary barfed all over the
Benevolent Order of Antelopes. And Lardass just sat back and enjoyed
what he'd created-a complete and total barf-o-rama!

But I digress, the Gray 'snook' from the bushes as I neared Coke pond
and even though it felt like my world went upside down, the poor
creature looked more scared than me.

Then it spoke, the voice was in my head, but it was the alien behind
it. It said... "Alright, alright, Mickey's a mouse, Donald's a duck, Pluto's a
dog, what's Goofy?"
I gulped and whispered "Goofy's a dog. He's definitely a dog".
The Gray tilted his head dog-like and called "He can't be a dog.
He drives a car and wears a hat".
I looked at the cool water of Coke pond and spluttered "That's weird.
What the hell is Goofy?"

Then the Gray shook it's huge head and walked back towards the
foilage, but with a backward glance, the voice in my head said
"is that a Cov-Brum accent?"
And the rest as they say is history. Of course Mother never listened,
she was more interested in her precious photos.




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