reply to post by MAC269
Will we believe what the et’s have to tell us when they do land on the White house lawn???
Doesn’t that depend on whether they were invited, and what they have to say?
If they do land on the White House lawn, then surely there would have had some discussion with the Government first, as I imagine any
trying to land there unannounced would be met with lethal force. The last thing we would want to see was a mysterious craft sailing down seemingly
impervious to the barrage of missiles slamming against its hull/shields etc., or, on the other hand, it shot down in flames. Either way, that would be
day for humanity.
So, the likelihood is that “they” would have the whole scenario planned out beforehand, complete with permission and a Guard of Honour, and
various cultural representatives awaiting them.
I sincerely hope that their address wouldn’t just be in English. They should have realised that the entire planet
will be watching their
arrival. Their address should be in all the major languages, translated accordingly from a pre-prepared script. Why should anyone be excluded from
understanding what is happening on the day that changes our world?
As to what they’d say; who knows? A message of warmth, hopefully; supportive, and with promises of mutual respect and encouragement, preferably. The
assurance of sharing their knowledge, maybe.
A message of intention to dominate? Doubt it.
So really what will change from where we are now??
We could not
go back to the world we knew before they landed, once they are here. To wish to would be folly, to try to would be pointless. How
could we deny an event so profound, so significant, so valuable to us as a species without appearing to be incredibly insular, naïve and arrogant?
As soon as they set foot on our soil for all of us to see, the Universe will suddenly, and irretrievably, become not only understandable, but
Personally, I cannot wait.