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The alien jigsaw

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posted on May, 1 2009 @ 03:29 PM
If you ask anyone to step out of their hypnotic state that we call reality, tell them to put down their blackberry and Starbucks coffee and forget about their job and their sports teams for one second and have them think to themselves "outside of this world, is there really nothing else?" you will surely have them agree that we cannot be alone.
Certain powers obviously know more about this than the general public.

We all are keen for tangible proofs, that meet accepted scientific criteria (accessible, verifiable and repeatable) alien visitation ever took place on earth or elsewhere in our solar system - we have it: Testimonials, implants, crop circles photographs, footage etc . These "pieces" of the puzzle are more than in enough, to made us aware without harming us ( this view is in a way, why i think there inst any mass landings, because of the damage it might cause).

There is something that these beings are trying to tell us, like a final piece for this huge puzzle that we call life, something really profound.

So, we can't maintain a society without leadership, greed, wars and conquer dominates our deeds, and, we can't even handle the resources of our planet in a sustainable manner.

But aliens are not required for our evolution. It's a matter of ourselves. Despite, there are so many UFO-crazies, charlatans and false-hope-spreaders out there, they all wanted to implant people their religion into their heads. For money of course. Social and mental evolution can not be accelerated at will; but we can try to minimize friction losses. Undoubtedly a united humanity is one point - among many other tasks we have to perform.

I realize now that we are looking at the world through each other's eyes. Our true nature is raising its profile in our minds & we will soon realize that our perception of individuality was merely useful to help drive us towards working together.

We have the critical mass now that it takes to allow our intent for this knowledge to spread to literally induce this metamophosis of our world and minds.

We were NEVER alone.

[edit on 1-5-2009 by ImNOW]

posted on May, 1 2009 @ 03:36 PM
Everyone is too caught up in the Video Games, etc. Too many people have there attention wasted away in things that bring no value to their lives. Sure you may be great at Guitar Hero, but has that accomplished anything for you in your life. No.

If people spent as much time as they do on frivelous things, on Important breakthrough ideas. I'd say in ten years we'd be traveling to other earthlike planets. You cannot tell me if we put all our minds together for common goals we couldn't do that.

6.7 billion people on earth, I can name every single person that made a breakthrough- Einstein, Kaku, Copernicus, Galileo, Newton, Hawkings, I'm sure there are many more, but out of 6.7 billion people, it's very sad.

Makes me feel there are only .0000001 percent intelligent people on earth and the rest are all ape men, talking of a god Zeus and Apollo.

It's time we understood there is more to life, then day to day life!!!!!!!!!

posted on May, 1 2009 @ 03:52 PM
reply to post by Republican08

Haha yeah that is true.

I love playing video games, but i also love ATS, and finding out about the things that really actually matter in life.
Not just our day to day job and schedule.
I recently went to a chinese and got a fortune cookie, and it read, "Variety is the spice of life"
I had a massive think about my life then, and that i do the same thing, every single day. I have started to "spice" my life up with different things since then, doing things when i have the time.

I think we can find an equal balance of the two if our so called reality.


[edit on 1/5/2009 by JacobNH]

posted on May, 1 2009 @ 04:20 PM
A good start would be people taking responsibility for their own actions.
A second big step would be honesty.
The third, stopping greed.

I think just these three things alone would go along way in transforming the world.

posted on May, 1 2009 @ 05:49 PM
I think that the awareness that we are only one small dot in the middle of the universe, and that the universe could be full of life, could unite man kind towards it.

[edit on 1-5-2009 by ImNOW]

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