posted on Mar, 4 2009 @ 05:54 PM
Okay, here's how it's going to go down. First, the ships arrive. People never see the ships but they can feel the vibration of them arriving. You
might notice a lack of wildlife in the area.
Then people start disappearing. Some might complain they can't remember the last few hours. Some might not remember days or even weeks.
Then it gets really weird. Local grocery stores start to stock really odd items - like food made with glowing jellies or odd looking bugs you've
never seen before. Your neighbors don't respond to their own names, and they don't smile anymore, though they still go about watering the lawn,
washing the car, mowing the grass like normal. Children decide not to go out and play anymore. In fact, it's common to go into a house or a building
a find packs of children, sometimes up to 50, just standing there, facing the same direction, sometimes staring at a wall, or a picture on the wall,
or sometimes a piece of furniture.
Near the end of all of this you will notice that dark clouds of dust seem to obscure the sun more and more during the daylight hours until finally
it's nothing but twighlight at noonAlmost everyone you know is either non responsive anymore or has vanished and the grocery store no longer sells
anything you would want to eat. That's when the moon will open one night, like a great orifice, and all of the cloaked ships will appear. From the
moon's orifice will come a great mothership announcing herself with a tremendous roar and the sound of a million trumpet blasts. And in each of his
or native toungues, those left will hear words telling them not to be afraid, that it is time for the Earth to become immortal. And in a brilliant
blast of bluish-white light, the Earth and everyone on it is taken into tow and placed in a massive, giant glass cube - put on display with other
life-giving planets in the galaxy's only space museum. Life-standard conditions remain on Earth and life will continue, though Earth will then be
subject to visits every week by millions of alien children visiting the "many backwards worlds" collected by their museum custodians. And there
Earth rests for eternity, a giant sign reading "A once beautiful planet, now inhabited by lower class, dangerous bipedal lifeforms. Please do not