posted on Apr, 20 2009 @ 08:38 PM
There is no proof of lands beyond our shore.
There are no people who have skin that is dark.
People do not live among the jungles as animals! Men are civilized, as we can clearly see.
What Heresy to suggest that God made us to live with the animals. In their domain - NO! Surely we control our own domain and have been given the
animals, and the plants!
These sailors, with their tales of Mermaids, lost lands, ghost ships, sea dragons... they all suffer from the sea sickness.
Likewise, it is too that our own Star Sailors bring back stories of space Mermaids, moon bases, UFOs and ET life.
Astronauts suffer from a form of psychosis as they lose their strong connections with the government indoctrination and training programs which are
designed to shield the mind from going over the edge and promoting stories of fantasy. The psychological impact of having actually been off of the
planet, in space, and to the moon eventually causes a break down, a degradation of their imposed mental shielding.
Granted, it's not a dangerous form of psychosis, but one that drives our species to discover. Perhaps their long periods of training with the
government have deluded our human tendency to... do something more than is required. The psychosis is a natural disposition that humans adopt when
faced with the mystery of what is beyond the frontier. It's an innate response within us when faced with mystery, and it is what drives us to explore
and to discover.
The first sailors and fisherman must certainly have been afflicted by the same mental phenomenon. Surely they must have believed without a doubt that
there was more lands to be discovered... more... New Worlds, as we say. There must be something else. There just has to be something
It isn't too much of a logical or reasonable to leap for a sailor, fisherman, or anyone who has spent much of their life on the seas to say, "If
there is land here, there is probably land elsewhere... further away... magical lands with dragons. Waters with mermaids, we've all heard the stories
of them from our fellow men! Surely they do not lie! I shall set sail and see for myself. I shall not be afflicted by any disease of the mind to cause
me to claim falsehoods."
It's the same with these Astronauts. They don't know for certain, and they have no evidence at all other than the typical myth of the "space
mermaid", the word of mouth of contemporaries.. if you know what I mean. Things that people see... the space junk that looks like something in their
imagination.. something that they want to desperately be something else.
Just illusions of the sea, really.